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Silver How Uphill Race Tuesday 16th July

Silver How Uphill Race

Tuesday 16th July – 7pm start at Tweedies

1 mile/1000ft

Please park elsewhere in the village – not at Tweedies!

Food (probably chips) will be available after in the bar

The club’s annual red-line, lactic burn up is back with a different course and format. This year for the first time it will be a mass start affair on a shorter course that the winners could well see off in under 15 minutes. Tear yourself away from the comforts of Tweedies to line up outside the bar. Once away, tarmac and vehicle track give way to a traditional Lakeland walled path (think assault course) before the fell is reached and the gradient steepens. Only the strongest will run this bit. The steepness eases as the summit comes into sight, but you are not done yet. The final cruel ‘wall’ to the top gives a final chance to overhaul your rivals before a collapse at the summit and a short jog down to the bar.

The course will be fully flagged.

Juniors aged 12 and above can compete at their parents’ discretion.

Help will be needed with results and gates on the night – I’ll firm this up nearer the time.

The course

Screen Shot 2019 07 05 at 05.15.39 622x501 Silver How Uphill Race Tuesday 16th JulyThe men’s and women’s winners will be awarded the most beautiful trophies to adorn their mantle piece for a year to follow.

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Great Lakes Race Report from Ben

Great Lakes Race Report 2019

Great Lakes Results

Well done to all who ran. Results here

Fairfield results

Fairfield results here

Great Lakes entries open

Great Lakes entries open on SI entries here

Jane Reedy 3 Peaks Challenge

Jane Reedy is doing a fundraising challenge this year – click the link below for more details and to donate.

She is also holding a talk on Thursday 13th June at Wilf’s. Supper and talk for a fiver starting at 7pm. Tickets available form Jane, Cancercare Kendal and Wilf’s.

Minutes of Committee Meeting – 23rd April 2019

Minutes from the latest committee meeting. Thanks to Paul K for doing the minutes and to all who attended.

AAC comm meeting 23 April 2019AAC comm meeting 23 April 2019

Lakes 10 Peaks Ultra – Sat 29th June 2019

LAKES 10 PEAKS ULTRA – Sat 29th June 2019
Dear Club members,
Kong running are organising the Lakes 10 Peaks Ultra event on Saturday 29th June which is based at Kong Adventure in Keswick. The event begins at 3am on Saturday 29th June and takes in Helvellyn, High Raise, Bowfell, Esk Pike, Great End, Scafell Pike, Scafell, Great Gable, Green Gable, High Spy, Maiden Moor and Skiddaw. Competitors have 24 hours to complete the challenge.
We are offering you the opportunity to help support this event and in return, you will be given either free entry to the event for the following year, or shop vouchers of £50 for each day you help.
We need help on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday (28th, 29th and 30th June) with manning checkpoints on the hill, manning roadside support points and setting out and retrieving checkpoints.
If you would like to be involved, even if you can only spare a few hours, your help would be most gratefully received,
Please reply to

Yours in sport,
Lou Roberts.

New and Improved Loughrigg Results!

The latest, and most accurate version is here

Great Lakes guaranteed entries open 1st May



The full list of those who qualify for Guaranteed Entry is here (English) and here (British).  To be guaranteed an entry you should enter by 16:00 on Friday 3rd May.

If you are NOT on the list PLEASE DO NOT ENTER during this period, otherwise your entry will be cancelled, your entry fee will be returned to you less an admin fee of £5 and you will not be allowed to take part in the race..

Entries for all remaining places will open at 08:00 on Saturday 4th May and a Waiting List will be used if the event becomes full.