Well over the half way point in the 2021 Club Championship, Karen Newton now leads the ladies' championship with Lindsey Walker second and Samantha Kelly third. For the men, Simon Donaghue leads from Richard Knott and Roy McGhie. 36 male and 58 female members have taken place in CC events so far this year.
ALNE TIME TRIAL
CC ROUND 1
Due to COVID restrictions, this event was organised so that members could time themselves over a 5 mile out and back route.
62 members took part with Cameron Choules and Samantha Davies the fastest male and female.
CC ROUND 3
Our traditional Road Race League event, but just for ERC members this year.
53 runners took part in damp conditions with Julian Ollive and Samantha Davies the fastest male and female.
HOODED HORSE 10K
CC ROUND 5
Well done to the members who took on the toughest 10k in the Club Championship on the hilly course
Craig Gath made his racing return with a fine 4th place and our first male while Emily Gregg was our first lady finisher in 44th.
SESSAY SWIFT 6K
CC ROUND 9
47 members took part in the Sessay Swift 6k event. A sell out event on a warm, breezy and cloudy evening saw some fast running with some great times set by our members. Colin Fletcher and Sam DAvies were first male and female.
CC ROUND 11
Another warm one with a 2pm start at Wetherby Racecourse. 7 ERC members joined this event. Jane Maloney and Michael Wallis were first female and male picking up the 50 points.
MYTON X COUNTRY
CC ROUND 2
Still working to COVID restrictions, this event was run in waves with six people of similar pace in each group
49 members took part with Julian Ollive and Samantha Davies the fastest male and female.
BURTON LEONARD 10K
CC ROUND 4
Our first proper race with other runners in 15 months! A great off-road event run in very hot conditions.
21 runners took part with Georgina Robinson and Julian Ollive first female and male.
CC ROUND 10
22 members joined this popular event which was well organised in fairly warm and humid conditions as well as being very muddy underfoot. Steph Cooper and Simon Donaghue were first female and male.