6 Results for author: Karen Doherty

04-08-19 update

Radcliffe AC’s Chris Whittaker knocked more than two minutes off his time from last year to finish a superb 22nd out of thousands of runners at a hot and humid York 10k. He was among the 5,200 people who completed the course around the streets of the city in temperatures of around 22C. Whittaker, the club’s male captain, ran the popular road race, ... More

Race report 8/7/19

Radcliffe AC’s Lisa Carter and Fiona Lynch took on tough terrain in the two-day Saunders Lakeland Mountain Marathon. They paired up to finish fourth woman vets team in the event’s Carrock race, completing approximately 61 miles and 11,150ft of climbing in 16 hours, 20 minutes and 24 secs. The event in the Howgill Fells was only open to people with ... More

Race report 01/07/2019

The memory of Radcliffe AC stalwart Jim Rhodes lived on when athletes of all ages competed in Radcliffe. Twenty four runners lined up in Radcliffe AC’s annual Joan Rhodes and Fred Norris 5k on Sunday while around 30 juniors competed over various distances in the Jim Rhodes Junior Races on the same day Jim, who died in January aged 78, organised the ... More

Race Report 10/6/19

Radcliffe AC runners Sheila Jones and Neal Emmerson have earned England Masters vests after great marathon and half-marathon performances. Vet-35 Emmerson has qualified to represent his country in his age group at Maidenhead Half-Marathon in September. He received the news from England Athletics after finishing ninth in 01:16:13 at the recent Hull ... More

28/04/19 Update

Five Radcliffe AC members joined more than 40,000 runners at the 39th London Marathon – while others took to the hills for their own marathon efforts. John Wrigley was first home for the club at the world-famous event, crossing the finishing line in The Mall in 03:28:16. Kate Holden was next in 04:00:39, followed by Rob Lister in 04:02:58 while ... More

21/04/19 Update

Radcliffe AC’s Lisa Carter travelled to the Lake District for the challenging 11.5-mile Newlands Memorial Fell Race. With around 3,609ft of climbing, the course covers the peaks of Robinson, Hindscarth, Dale Head, High Spy and Cat Bells. In sweltering conditions, Carter felt dizzy and sick approaching Cat Bells but had a ‘great day’, finishing ... More