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Runner of the month nominations for September

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August winner Phil Bland. Prize Bottle of wine.

Bingley Away 2 2014

Bingley "away night" 2014.

To help improve the results service in the newsletter we have introduced a new dedicated email address for you to report your results to:

results@baildonrunners.co.uk

Emails to this address will not be delivered to the main club mailbox but will divert directly to the club’s statistician instead and will therefore help to reduce the amount of email traffic.

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Enjoying the Autumn sunshire in Robert's Park

Ian Hartman

Great North Run 2014

GNR 2014

Congratulations to this year's finishers of the
Great North Run.

Clive Turner 1:34:04
Ian Ferris 1:36:39
Danny Miles 1:38:42
Rebecca Langdon 1:40:30
Jim Barnett 1:43:29
John Cawley 1:45:37
Jane Chapman 2:03:26
Abi Galluci 2:03:26
Hester Stefanuti 2:03:26
Karen Baildon 2:06:38
Phil Worsley 2:08:01
Richard Sykes 2:11:05

Jane, Abi and Hester pictured at the finish in South Shields.

Kevin Brain
Phil Brown

Pictured above competing in the Jack Bloor fell race from top to bottom are Ian Hartman, Kevin Brain and Phil Brown..

BBW Charity Presentations 2014

Cheques totalling £2800 - proceeds of the 2014 Baildon Boundary Way were presented to our two nominated charities Daniel Yorath House and Meningitis Now by Geoff Perigo and Alan Clements.

Dan Yorath Meningitis Now 1
LCW Leg 5 2014 Nicola

Leeds Country Way.

Below Leeds Country Way relay leg 1 runners Ian Ferris, John Cawley, Debbie Bland and Dan Cobb prior to the start at Garforth.
To the right and still smiling after completing leg 5 at Scarcroft are Nicola Steffen and Geoff Perigo.

LCW Leg 1 2014

Fell League Winter Challenge 2014/5

The winter challenge got off to a fast start over two autumnal weekends. Mist burned off Oxenhope Stoop just in time for Withins Skyline but the bright sun couldn't take care of deep bog and slippy flagstones over the top of the moor. Racing up the slope from the road and down the sharp dip to the finish Baildon's Emma Stoney found her way over demanding terrain to finish in the good time of 58:28.
The twisty Woodland Challenge course saw category second places for
Emma and for Peter Hughes (Queensbury)
Ian Hartman (Baildon) was close at the finish with the edge just going to
Mick Hogan in the final metres.
As the season begins, lining up at the head of the individual league
are Peter Hughes, Chris Williams, Emma Stoney, Ian Hartman and Mick
Coe. Baildon have a 5000 point lead over Queensbury in the team
league with Skyrac third and Eccleshill fourth.
The next fixtures are the Pain Barrier at Tong (1 Nov), Wadsworth Half
Trog (Joker, 9 Nov) and Harriers v Cyclists (15 Nov).
Anna.

Old Gits of Baildon.