Membership fees

Despite the name, the club participates in all disciplines of running, fell, cross country and road and welcomes applications from runners of all abilities to join us. If you are not sure if the club is for you, why not come to one of our training sessions or one of our regular pub runs. You will be under no obligation to join, but you will get a feel for the club and a better idea if the club is for you. You can merely turn up to a training session unannounced, but it would be better if you contacted our club secretary first (details on the contacts page) and let him know that you will be coming and he will make sure that whoever is leading the group will look out for you. If you are an absolute beginner to running, you too are most welcome to join us in one of our sessions, but please contact our secretary first and he will make sure that you will have a programme with which you are comfortable. Membership fees for the club are as follows:
  • Seniors
  • For members over the age of 18
  • £10/year
  • For runners of all abilities over the age of 18
  • For runners participating in all disciplines of running, fell, cross country and road running
  • Regular training and coaching sessions provided
  • Apply
  • Juniors
  • For members under the age of 18
  • FREE
  • For runners of all abilities under the age of 18.
  • Regular (weekly) training sessions led by experienced runners/coaches
  • Advice about how to train properly so juniors can develop as athletes
  • Apply
  • Non-runners
  • For non-running members
  • £5/year
  • For supporters of the club and club members
  • Support the club and all the senior and junior runners
  • Apply
Race Reports Archive
An archive of all the race reports

Cloey Mason is the latest Barlicker to subject herself to the pain and suffering of long distance running.  Here is her account of the day.


The Hardmoors 60 is a 62 mile race on the coast from Guisborough to Filey. The route of the 62 mile race follows the second half of the Hardmoors 110, along the beautiful Cleveland Coast, through Saltburn, Runswick Bay, Staithes, Whitby, Robin Hoods Bay, Ravenscar, Scarborough and into the finish location, the seaside resort of Filey.

Needless to say it was the toughest running I have ever done, especially 2 weeks after sinus surgery.  I split the race into thirds in my head.  I gained places in the first third from Guisborough and was steady away. Had the mid section blues in the second third from Runswick Bay to Ravenscar.  I got a bit of tummy trouble and lost my mojo a little,but got support from other runners along this mid section, who were in the same boa -  all keeping each others spirits up etc. Had a blinding last third 22 miles as I regained my wind, after a good hot feed at Ravenscar 41 mile checkpoint and a change of clothes. Saw my son Alex for the first time in the race as he had been up to Newcastle Uni visit all day with his dad so couldn't support. A little pep talk and I was told I was 17th lady with the next lady 5 mins ahead, so I was on my way again.  I took back numerous places with only one man passing me all that way to the finish at Filey. I also made up 8 female places too in this last section, the last of which was less than a km from the finish line.   I was running with her in the early miles and she originally passed me at mile 11 climbing out of Saltburn on Sea. My feet are quite sore and blistery as you would expect, and I would think  that I will lose a couple of nails - one of the side effects of Ultra running. I have been working up to this race all year and it didn't disappoint!

81 Cloey Mason 14:58:37 (9th lady, 3rd F40)

250 starters - 40 DNF

2 Jon Cleaver 18:51
23 David Pease 22:45
51 Emma Pease 26:00 (2nd F40)

This was the last race in the series and Emma Pease did well finishing, 5th overall and 2nd F40.

25 David Pease 40:24
49 Emma Pease 46:43 (3rd F40)

Tim Chadwick and David Poole took the seemingly never ending journey to Wasdale Head to take on this race, which enabled both to tick off the three big ones in a year. At five miles, this is the shortest race, compared to Snowden and The Ben.

A Friday night on the Moretti the night before worked wonders -  carb loading done right with Tim knocking around two mins off last year's time and finishing 19th    David crossed the line in 6th place.

David was in with a chance for the King of the Mountains, but sadly, it was not to be as the last minute arrival of John Yells all but dashed the hopes of taking home the impressive trophy.   However, in the end, it was still an impressive 2nd place in the King of the Mountains challenge for him.

The official results are not out yet, but the approximate finish times are:

6 David Poole 1:01:20
19 Tim Chadwick 1:06:08

Friday, 13 September 2019 08:41

Bradley Fell Race - 8 September 2019

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A good day out for the Barlick juniors with Jack Villiers, Ciara Duffy and Lucille Pickles all coming away with first places, although in the case of Jack, it was a very close run thing.  A  good run by Logan McCredie also saw him get a podium finish.

U17
1 Jack Villiers 25:42
5 Ciara Duffy 34:21 (1st girl)

U14
12 Jody Whitfield 14:32 (6th girl)

U12
3 Logan McCredie 6:44
6 Lucille Pickles 7:04 (1st girl)
9 Will Pease 7:17
15 Michael Rigg 7:48
17 Garth Duffy 7:53
18 Bella McCredie 7:55 (5th girl)
33 Izzy Teal 9:16 (17th girl)

 

There was no Bradley Show this year and it is a sad sign of the times that people no longer seem prepared to give up their time to put on community events.  However, the fell race still went ahead and is perhaps indicative that many are still prepared to put themselves out and organise races and we should be eternally grateful to all race organisers and their helpers for their willingness to still do so. .

Joe Hudson not only won the senior race, but he also set a new course record and is perhaps another sign that this young man is destined to be a force in the sport.  Ian Beresford of Barlick was in second place and on any other day, he would have probably been the race winner.

2 Ian Beresford 25:33
18 David Pease 31:44
48 Diane Macdonald 46:17

You may remember that Gary Bradley completed this 60 miles / 20,000 ft race in under 20 hours.  He has since recovered and has found enough energy to be able to tap his keyboard and recount this challenge.  It is a good story, along with photographs from the day and it can be accessed from the link below.

Gary Bradley's Race Report

 

Jon Cleaver and Luke Turner won the pairs race last year and were keen to emulate their success again.  But, after 6 miles, Jon twisted his ankle and they fell back a little,  However, after another couple of miles, it numbed off and they fought their way back up the field, knocking 5 minutes off their last year's finishing time and easily running out race winners.  In the euphoria of their win, they vowed to return next year and try to not only make it a hat trick, but to try and do it in a sub 3:30 time. 

Jon is now going to let his ankle recover for a couple of days and then start tapering for the bog one in three weeks time

In the singles race, Craig Storozuk finished in 12th place.

Pairs
1 Jon Cleaver & Luke Turner 3:36:11
15 Michael Alexander & Bob Jackson 6:06:50

Singles
12 Craig Storozuk 3:54:06
13 Stephen Shorrock 3:54:12
146 James Crook 4:29:15

Half
539 Lucy Brown 2:23:33

Victoria Peel had an amazing performance, improving on her last year's time by 15 minutes, and coming home 3rd woman overall.  Not only that, but she was also first U23 woman.  

Barlick were also the third team behind Lochaber and Wharfedale.

9 Luke Maude 1:48:28
16 David Poole 1:51:38
21 Andy Collins 1:55:34
42 Nick Treitl 1:59:36
50 Tim Chadwick 2:01:22
105 Zac Kaye 2:13:16
119 Victoria Peel 2:15:53
131 Karl Robb 2:17:21
253 Andrew Smith 2:36:11
309 Jennifier Hird 2:45:56
395 Hannah Newbold 3:04:04
407 Jacqueline Collins 3:09:43

John Boothman is a pretty consistent runner.  He finished this race in exactly the same time, to the second, as he did two years ago.

1254 John Boothman 1:37:28
2316 Paul Elcock 1:38:49
33013 Colette Ward 2:24:50

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