Tom Bebee joined the club soon after it was formed, but more recently, he has been keeping a low profile. However, it is good to know that he is still running and this weekend, he had a trot out in this race and came home in 35th place in a time of 4:22:58.
Luke Maude Wins the Bradley Fell Race
Luke Maude has recently got back to fell running and today he showed some of the class that once made him a top runner by taking this race ahead of Ali Burns & Dave Kirkham, both of Wharfedale. The places below are provisional and there are no times available at the moment.
1 Luke Maude
10 Jethro Whitfield
13 Scott McCredie
19 Andrew Smith
33 Tony Duffy
39 Jamie Fox
48 Eleanor Moore
54 Emma Pease
59 Richard Treitl
60 Susan Hird
61 Diane Macdonald
Sadly a rainy day greeted this quite unique fell race where juniors and seniors run together. This used to be common, but is quite rare today. Jack Woods of Ilkley won the race in 10:39. The Barlickers finished as follows:
13 Garth Duffy 15:36 (1st BU12)
14 Christopher Whitfield 15:45 (3rd MV40)
15 Ciara Duffy 16:06 (First Female Runner, First Junior Girl & First GU12)
18 Tony Duffy 16:26 (5th MV40)
23 Chloe Boothman 17:16 (4th Female Runner, 3rd GU12)
24 John Boothman 17:17 (3rd MV50)
25 Eleanor Moore 17:48 (1st Senior Lady)
26 Jody Whitfield 18:26 (4th GU12)
31 Lily-Grace Clayton 22:09 (5th GU12)
32 Oscar Clayton 22:25 (3rd BU12)
For those who are wondering, this is a new Park Run in Ulverston in South Lakeland. The course is full of twists and turns and the terrain is a mixture of grass, mud, woodland and tarmac. In addition, it was raining heavily during the race. However, in Barlick Fell Runners, we have a tough set of up and coming youngsters. Not deterred by the weather or the terrain, young Lucille Pickles went out and put in another one of those sterling performances we have come to expect of her. She not only finished as the first female runner, but she also broke the course record for a JW10 runner.
8 Lucille Pickles 23:20 (New JW10 Record at Ford)
Jack Ingham & Ian Livesey are the latest Barlickers to test themselves in ultra running. This race involved running 44 miles, including 7,131 of ascent and they entered the pairs section. They finished in 5th position, although at the penultimate check point, they were lying third.
5 Jack Ingham & Ian Livesey 11:07:20