Neal Emmerson was a thrilling second in the Ramsbottom Summer Mile and led Radcliffe AC’s men’s team to victory in a great week of racing for the club.
He clocked 4:58 on the course in Nuttall Park in an exciting race in which just three seconds separated the top three.
Radcliffe had a strong turnout of 24 members at the event which was part of the ...
Three Radcliffe AC runners battled horrendous weather when they notched up their latest ultras.
Head coach Ian Warrington completed the challenging Lakeland 100 in 31 hours 23 minutes and 19 seconds, coming a superb 87th out of 265 finishers.
Michelle Hincks finished the Lakeland 50 in 13:51:46 and Sarah Oxley knocked nearly an hour off her time from ...
THREE Radcliffe AC runners lined up against athletes from around the world when they took on the highest peak in England and Wales.
Lisa Carter, Mark Wolfenden and Paul Swyers joined a top-class field at the 44th Snowdon Race.
The famous mountain challenge starts from the edge of Lake Padarn in the ...
Radcliffe AC’s Scott Baxter combined his running and climbing skills when he took on what is billed as England’s most extreme race.
He finished 20th man in the inaugural Pinnacle Ridge Extreme in the Lake District - approximately 17 miles and 8,860ft of ascent of technically hard running and scrambling.
The loop from Patterdale Hall had five ...
RADCLIFFE AC’s Sheila Jones was named the female runner of the decade at Heaton Parkrun’s 10th anniversary event.
The Vet-60 said she was “overwhelmed” after receiving a trophy at Saturday’s event.
Jones has run 398 of the free weekly 5ks which take place around the country on Saturday mornings - 351 of them at Heaton Park – notching up a ...
Three Radcliffe AC runners completed four races in four days when they took part in the Tour of Tameside.
Mark Garner, Sharon Peterkin and Karen Doherty ran the X Trail 10k on Thursday and the six-mile Hell on the Fell race the following evening.
The challenge also included the Hero Half Marathon on Saturday and Sunday’s Dr Ron Hyde 7 Mile road ...
Jenny Yates was crowned the woman’s champion at the Hollingworth Lake 5k Series in Rochdale in a week of great results for Radcliffe AC.
Held over five Wednesdays, the event proved successful for the club with Sheila Jones winning the Vet 60 title while Caroline Malone and Sarah Oxley finished second and third respectively in the Vet 45 category.
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.