Baildon Runners

Welcome to Baildon Runners

skipton WL 2014

Runner of the month nominations for February.

Kirsty Allen for breaking the F40 10K record by 1 minute 26 secs.
Ian Hartman for breaking the M60 5K record by 4 secs.
Rebecca Langdon - 1st F35, 2nd F at Otley Chevin runSunday on 9 February
Malcolm Sharp for best supporter in the world... Whichever corner we turned he seemed to be there!
The Saturday beginners group who all ran to the top of the tramway without stopping
Emma Stoney for being first lady at Saltaire Shaker 15K and breaking the F35 15K record by 2 mins 37 secs in the process.
February winner Malcolm Sharp. Prize Bottle of wine or 2 speciality beers.

More than just a running club. Give us a try and find the social side to running. Beginners especially welcome.

Official Copper Beech Winter League Presentation photos courtesy of Matthew Gurney can be viewed here.

Absolute Beginners Group


Get fit for Spring. Leave your excuses at home and get started now!

Are You considering taking up running? For many the hardest part is often getting started. This is why we have a group aimed at the complete beginner, those relatively new to running, and those returning after an injury. It's not all about running as many adjourn afterwards to the park café for coffee and cake, a vital part of a runner's recovery and to socialise.


Kathryn Thomas and Steve Hall head back to Haworth at the Yorkshireman Half Marathon.
Photo: Woodentops

Summer Championship 2014

The Summer Championship is off and running. The next event is the first Esholt 5K race on 5 May.
Early leaders are Paul Baildon - Premier Division.
Liz Caven - First Division.
Sally Gavaghan - Second Division.
View the full list of events here.

Fell League Summer Challenge 2014

The summer challenge had already kicked off with the first Bunny Run
earlier this week and continues with beautiful spring races: the Guiseley Gallop on Easter Sunday and the Bluebell Trail on 4th May.

Good luck, great to have more daylight in the evenings.


Sunday near Guiseley

Sunday runners on a rare sunny February morning near to Guiseley.

Winter League Practice Run

Baildon Runners preparing for the winter league season - we found them mud, hills and the obligatory stream to cross...

Winter League 2013-14

The mudfest of Stainland concluded what has been a fantastic season for Baildon. Considering we are not the largest club in the league of 10, to achieve 3rd place overall is a credit to all involved.
Provisional WYWL 2013/2014 overall results: Ladies 3rd (2nd on the day!), Men 4th (3rd on the day) and Overall 3rd! Well done Team Baildon, you saved the best till last! Congratulations on a tremendous Winter League campaign. A huge thank you to everybody who has run, cheered or helped out this season, you should all be very proud.


Dave L tackling one of the climbs on the recent winter league practice run

Alice and Catherine

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