Radcliffe AC’s Fiona Lynch became the first person in the club’s history to complete the world’s toughest five-day mountain race.
She described it as “the experience of a lifetime” after finishing eighth woman and second female veteran at the legendary Berghaus Dragon’s Back Race.
The mum-of-three climbed almost twice the height of Everest to ...
Radcliffe AC head coach Ian Warrington completed the 100-mile Chester Ultra in a great week of running for the club.
He finished a brilliant ninth in 23:32:22 on some of the region’s very best trails.
The tough course included the River Dee, the North Cheshire Way, Helsby Hill, Frodsham Hill, the Sandstone Trail, Delamere Forest and the beautiful trails ...
James Hall took on a mountain of a challenge at the Great Lakeland 3 Day event.
He completed three consecutive days on the fells in the mini-mountain marathon which has a choice of three courses for runners and walkers.
Known for its relaxed and friendly atmosphere, participants start and finish each day at the same location and camp overnight.
Lisa Carter was honoured at a Christie awards evening after raising nearly £2,000 in memory of former Radcliffe AC head coach Eileen Royle.
She ran the hottest London Marathon on record in April – followed by the 23-mile Three Peaks fell race just six days later –in aid of the world- famous cancer hospital where Eileen was treated.
Eileen was a ...
JENNY Yates was first vet-50 in the popular We Love Manchester 10k on Sunday.
In a field of more than 1,600 on a route billed as fast she clocked 44mins 58secs in scorching conditions and was presented with a rucksack of goodies by the Lord Mayor of Manchester Councillor June Hitchen.
Having a great season she was one of 11 from the club running ...
MICHELLE Hincks enjoyed the dark side when she ran through the night and won a 12 hour race.
She got herself a medal and a voucher when she took on the Trailblazer Night Run at Townley Park, Burnley on Saturday completing 13 laps, 40 miles, of a 5k trail course. She had taken part in the solo class and was "over the moon" with her overall win, beating both ...
FIONA Lynch took on a mountain of a challenge when she became the first woman in the club to complete the Bob Graham Round, one of the toughest fell running challenges in Britain.
With 24 hours to cover its 66 miles, 42 summits and its 26,000 feet of climbing she finished the circular route at Keswick's Moot Hall on Saturday evening in 23hrs 12mins...
RADCLIFFE AC's Dave McGrath took a well deserved second place in the Edenfield Fell Race on Sunday. He ran the 6.4 mile course with its 1,565 feet of climbing in a fine 47mins 42secs losing out to the winner from Todmorden by just three seconds.
But there was drama for the great turnout of 23 runners from Radcliffe when Donna Cartwright had a nasty ...