Lake Handicap Results

Congratulations to Ann Moorhouse, winner of this year’s first race of the lake handicap series. Ann came in a whopping 4 minutes 11 ahead of her handicap time. Victoria Webster was an almost-as-impressive 3:44 under her handicap with Stuart Vickers not far behind.

On a lovely and unusually still night, there were lots of great performances to start the year.

The next race is on 18th July.

Race 1 results

Summer League 11th May

The next summer league race is our own, which is run on a very fast 5 mile course around the lake and along the lane, so it’s an excellent opportunity for a PB if the conditions are right.

We already have lots of marshals, so thanks to everyone who has volunteered.

Let’s have another great turnout!

AGM 18th May

The club AGM will be at 8pm on Wednesday 18th May.

After the success of our virtual AGMs over the past 2 years, the Committee have agreed to continue doing so.

The Zoom link to the AGM will be communicated via email in due course.

In the meantime you can find all the details here.

The various reports have now been uploaded.

Cliffs Handicap

Congratulations to Marc Faulder, who won the Cliffs Handicap a mere 2 seconds off his handicap time. Chairman Jogger was in second place just 7 seconds off with Karen Long third at 18 seconds.

In the space of just 3 years the club Marc has now been the holder of both of the venerable club trophies, following his Lake Handicap triumph in 2019.

Victory to the Men

The V50 men finally broke the ladies’ 6-race winning streak with victory in the annual challenge race for the first time since 2013. First across the line was Naomi Elliott, followed by Hannah Matharu, but the men packed well in the midfield and a navigational error may have played its part…

Well done to all who took part.

Race Results

Christmas club Activities

Thursday 23rd December – 7pm at NWSC – No Selby Road hills this week.

Monday 27th December – No club run.

Tuesday 28th December – No track.

Thursday 30th December – No club run – centre closed.

Monday 3rd January – No club run.

Tuesday 4th January – 8pm at Bingham Leisure Centre – Meet at 7.45pm for warm-up. 5 x 500m.

Thursday 6th January – 7pm at NWSC. No Selby road hills. Hills will be back on 13th January.

Don’t forget the Christmas Relays on at 10.30 on 28th December. If you’re not running, Steve T would love to hear from you for a spot of festive marshalling.

See your club email for contact details.

In light of the current Omicron situation we’ll be keeping an eye out for any government announcements that could change any of the above sessions and will communicate via email and Facebook in the event that changes need to be made.

Annual Dinner 29th January 2022 – save the date!

To reserve your place please use THIS FORM to register and remember to pay directly to the club bank account, details below ensuring you state your name as a reference for us to cross check with for final numbers.

Account name: Holme Pierrepont Running Club

Sort code: 40-35-19

Account no: 91271148

Your Social Secretaries Ann and Emma will be delighted to welcome you to a fantastic evening!

LaKe Handicap final results

The winner of this year’s Lake Handicap series is selfie supremo Chris Jekiel who came from 7th place to take the title by a comfortable margin with an impressive 4th place on the night.

He beat previous series leader Mark Bidmead into second place.

The winner on the night was Sue Whitehead with Emma Moncrieff second and Christine Heaton third.

On a warm but for once still night almost three quarters of the field beat their handicap times and it was great to see so many faces, old and new, for the social afterwards. Roll on next year when we hope to have a full series of real races and some of us are going to have brutal handicap times. But still we come back for more…

Race 3 and full series results

Holme Pierrepont 10K – Final Results

We now have a final set of results.

Congratulations to our race winners Thomas Gostelow and Sophie Hall and thanks to all of you who ran for making the event a success.

Our Race Director Gary Cragg was the man who pulled it all together, ably assisted by an army of dedicated HPRC people who stepped up to make it all happen.

If you’re one of the category winners and haven’t yet given us details to send your prize, check your emails for one from us requesting your details or contact us and we’ll sort it out for you.

Thanks for bearing with us while we sorted the results out and we hope we’ll be back next year with a full Grand Prix series. Watch this space.