Some excellent running from NFRs, with John Butters running an astounding race to come in third, Mark Clarkson and Phil Green also have top ten placings. Read blogs from John and Phil below.
“Clear skies and high temperatures made for an enjoyable but hot day on the hill” – Andy Russell
- results and report on Wooler RC website here
- blog reports from John Butters and Phil Green
- Lots of photos of facebook (you may need to join facebook – groups: Chevy Chase, NFR and friends)
- photos by Andy Russell
Results now on Saltwell Harriers website here. Andy Blackett (DFR) wins with Karen first lady home and Phil Green first in for NFR.
After a good few months of testing, Dexter reviews More Mile’s “Cheviot 2” fell shoes here
Record turnout. Jonny Malley (Dark Peak) and Miriam Bennett (UA) take the honours.
photo: Keith Cooper
Looks like a great turnout at Humbleton Fell. David Beech (Tyne Bridge) sets a new record with previous holder Steve Birkinshaw just behind. Karen keeps her title of first lady.
A few NFRs have fun at this urban hill race: Phil Green’s blog here
This is the new-look NFR website Continue reading
As a way of marking the change to the new site, here’s a look back at some of the screenshots of website banners from 2007 onwards, plus a few shots of Paul Jameson’s earlier site.
Will writes “I have finally managed to get around to sorting the NECAA and NEHRA championship just in time for what could be the deciding 8 days in the championship, between Windy Gyle on the 23rd and Cronkley on the 30th June. Continue reading
Here’s a short video on the Guardian website with 2011 British fell-running champion and ex-NFR Morgan Donnelly.