Monthly Archives: September 2015
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Witton 5k Park Run
Two hundred and sixty three runners at the second Race of the newly organised 5k Run in Witton Park and won again by a Blackburn Harrier – Tim Raynes in 16.55. With Karl Billington winning the first Race can another Blackburn Harrier make it three in a row at Race 3?
Full Results HERE
Race Video HERE
A number of Blackburn Harriers turned out with some first timers. among them. Dominic Mahoney was one of those and seems to be making a return to racing with his second race in a week coming 6th in his latest outing in a time of 19.08. Joanne Nelson (runs for the Harriers on the Track) placed 8th in 19.28 followed by U17 Nick Smith – another First Timer – in 9th (19.39).
Great to see Sarah Ridehalgh back running too in 17th (20.29) followed by U13 Amy Davies (18th) in 20.50 which was a new PB; Mark Almond (19th) in 20.52; Carly Edwards in 24th (21.40) and Richard Taylor 26th with a time of (21.56).
Kaylie Panaro was next home in 35th (23.02) with Charlotte Atkinson coming in 56th (24.30), David Billington 84th in 26.43 and a new PB and also with a new PB – Lindsay Davies (101st) in 27.45.
Golden Ball 20 Mile Road Race
Two athletes who compete for the Harriers on the Track ran for their First Claim Clubs at the weekend in this Race with a 98 strong field. Both had good runs with Matt Lalor – in his first time over the distance – winning the race in 1hr 59.12 and Joanne Nelson coming home 8th overall and 1st Woman in 2hr.18.19 for a massive new PB by 20 minutes…just reward for her attitude and work in training.
Michael Sharp was delighted with his run today getting a new PB of 43.55 (257th) which was 25 seconds better than his previous best and commented “Really happy training starting to pay off”.
In another Road Race last week Joe Monk competed in the final Race of this years Inter-Club Series – The Red Rose at Worden Park and 4.22miles in length, Joe finished a really good 5th with a time of 23.25 which was just under five and half minute miling.
Ben Nevis Race
Four Hundred and eighty three finishers in this Race, a Race where the second half may well be preferable to the first!!
Full Results HERE
Race Photos HERE
Helen Leigh ‘fresh’ from winning the Woman’s Race at the C2C last weekend decided to run ‘The Ben’ as part of her ‘rest & recovery week’, or at least that would be the case for normal human beings – but not Helen. Finishing 7th woman and 143rd overall in a time of 2hrs 14.23 Helen was less than four minutes behind Clayton runner Garry Wilkinson and commented “Great day running the Ben Nevis race in beautiful weather and stunning scenery. Was 7th 2hrs 14 Not too shabby with last weekends efforts in my legs!”
Running with the Queen at the Braemar Gathering Hill Race
Not often that runners are watched by Royalty, but this is what happened to Blackburn Harriers Mick Toms and his daughter Sarah Toms at the weekend when they ran in a Race watched by over 16000 people and the Queen!!
Mick talked to the Club about the event which saw him place 19th in 32.46 and Sarah 67th in 42.51 and commented that he “travelled to The Braemar Gathering (Highland Games) Saturday 5th September to run the famous Braemar Hill Race and meet Sarah and the RAF Hill Running Team Pictured is Rebeccaa Metin, Sarah Toms, Mick Toms and Will Gardner. The race is 3.2 miles and 1350ft a Tough climb up a well trodden track then a free for all descent finishing back in the Games Stadium with a lap of the grass track in front of the 16,000 strong crowd including The Queen, Prince Phillip and Prince Charles. A great day of Running, Tug of War, Toss Braemar Caber, Scottish Dancing, High Leap, Sack Race, Hammer Throwing”.
Race Results HERE
Islam cannot be utilized as purpose intended for terrorism
Terrorists all too often strike and destroy harmless individuals the brand name of dispersing their faith. However, they fail to understand that religion demands respect and justice for all people. In truth, God necessitates we make harmoniously together leaving any kind of penalty to him.
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The British Athletics Mountain Running Championships took place at Betws Y Coed on Saturday 22nd August 2015 and incorporated the Senior Home Countries International, BA World Mountain Running Championships Trials, 3rd race in the 2015 BA Mountain Running Challenge and the Welsh B&I Junior Mountain Running Championships Trials
Full Results HERE
Jack Hindle competed in the U20 Men’s qualifying Race along with 26 other athletes. The Race won by Jack Adlin in 35.02 saw Jack finish in 8th place with a time of 37.26, which has secured him an England Vest for the forthcoming Home International. Speaking to the Club after the event, Jack said that he was “Happy with my performance, I’ve had to put a lot of hard work and training in preparation for the event! With GB and England Vests available from the trial I knew there’s was going to be a quality field. I wasn’t wrong when I lined up at the start. I started sensibly and worked my way through the field in what where terrible conditions. I finished in a strong position, not close enough for a GB slot, but hopefully enough for an England vest at the Home international”.
Jacks aim for next year has already been set as he told us that “GB for definite next year!”
Liz Greenwood ran in the U20 Women’s Race which featured a 25 strong field. Having just been on holiday for two weeks, it wasn’t the best preparation. Liz finished in 21st place and had already secured her England Vest by winning the FRA Championships. She told the Club that she “was disappointed with how I ran but am happy to get another England vest and to run in the home international in September”.
Gary Priestley running for England – (who competes for the Harriers on the Track) – ran in the Senior Men’s Race featuring 44 athletes. Gary came in 16th with a time of 53.25 with the Race being won by Robbie Simpson in 48.37.
Bank Holiday Monday Racing in the Royal Rumble at Tockholes
(First Blackburn Harrier home – Chris Davies)
(Race Winner Jon Green leading the field at the start of the Race as they approach Cartridge Hill at the inaugural Royal Rumble Race held at Tockholes on Bank Holiday Monday where the rain thankfully held off until the end)
This local Race was a new venture and Blackburn Harrier Richard Taylor – the Race Organiser – commented afterwards that “The Royal Rumble was a new race on a new route combing Roddlesworth Woods and Darwen Tower. It is the 2nd event under English Hill Runners and set up as a test event to show prospective race organisers of fell and hill races that there is an alternative way to register and insure their events. It was a small field of 39 runners, but was a good test of the route and race management procedures. Feedback is being taken and with a view to having 2 or 3 events around the area in 2016 £50 was donated to Bolton Mountain Rescue who came with fantastic support for the event and a full report of the race will be on www.englishhillrunners.com in the next 24 hours”
Chris Davies was the first Blackburn Harrier home in 3rd place (37.10) followed by Dominic Mahoney 6th in 39.48 – Liz Greenwood 9th in 41.10 and 1st Woman – Beckie Taylor 12th in 42.14 – Connor Mahoney 16th in 44.53 after going the wrong way – Carly Edwards 18th in 45.26 – and Paul Wilkinson in 27th (53.54). The Harriers also won the Team Prize.
Importance and Groups of Cell Section
The cell in considered the most basic item of existence. All surviving organism are composed of cells. Whilst not having the existence of cells, there is no life span on this planet. All cells have the similar general runs for any organism. However, with similarities comes differences.
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