done it before?
I'd looked at that too, & considered going over to see about an 'entry on the line'.
Partly because it's not too far away (40 minutes or so, along the A1/A64, & up to Stamford Bridge) but, I'm already entered in the HolmeMoss Fell-Race on the Sunday
http://holmfirthharriers.com/events/HolmeMoss.html (it's a round of the '2010 English Fell Running Championship')
I know that it will undoubtedly be the hardest thing I've ever physically undertaken; at 17 miles, & 4000 feet of climbing
I'll 'stick my neck out here', & state that it'll be more than likely harder than practically any on-road marathon............ not that I've run a marathon (only a single 'half'; the '2009 Cross-Bay Challenge)
Hi E .Toe ,I`m in for the second year.Loved it last and can`t wait again for this.Great location,one of my favourites.Although I didn`t do well at Humber this year,I aim to make up for it at the Wolds race.You should be fine with your normal trainers,the off road sections aren`t that bad.
Great little country fayre going on too,quaint little mug as a momento too.
Hi Mike,are you doing it too this year.
Hi folks, entered this ages ago but not heard anything re. numbers etc. Anybody know the situation??
Cheers David, just need to get b and b sorted now
I did this event last year as a relative newcomer to running. Athough I found it very tough, the scenery and sense of satisfaction when you cross the finish line made it well worth doing. Casting my mind back some of the hills seemed to go on forever, but don't let that put you off. If you're looking for a PB then I wouldn't recomend the Yorkshire Wolds HM; however, if you're up for a challenge and enjoy a run in the country then this is the one for you. The Bishop Wilton Fair also means there's something to do for any spectators who might have come to watch.
Anyone see how much entry to the show is?
If I go along theres likely to be the wife along with my 2,6 & 8 year olds....
had a good look already. It may be on there, but its nowhere that jumps out at you.
Ta DCT, sounds OK.
Now to persuade the missus
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