Are available here: 2014 Askern 10km Results v2 (Updated 22/05) and soon to be available on John Schofield’s excellent site here: http://www.ukresults.net/14may.html#askern
These are preliminary results and subject to change.
A huge field with over 670 finishers meant this event is as popular as ever, hopefully you’ll be back next year.
Thanks to all the supporters and marshals who make this event possible. We like to keep our races as affordable as possible and all help is on a volunteer basis.
The results from both the main race and fun run are here: 2014 Norton 9 Mile Results
Thanks to everyone for entering and the marshals / administrators who enable this race to be run cheaply for the benefit of all.
Conditions were a little tricky but hopefully not too bad. The overall race winner entered on the day so wasn’t eligible for a prize! Always try to pre-enter to save yourself time and £2 on the day.
Hopefully see you all next year.
Are available from here: 2013 Askern 10 Mile Results.
Race report to follow…
Are online – 2013 Askern 10km Results (updated results).
Great turnout again, 517 finishers in reasonable weather (given the weather yesterday and earlier today, we got away with it). Good times at the top end (although the winner entered on the day and wasn’t eligible for a prize) and we also had a M70 in under 42 minutes!
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It was busy on the night too with a 191 entries. We’d always encourage people to pre-enter (although appreciate its not always certain) as its both cheaper and less stressful for you (and us!).
Hope everyone enjoyed the event and a reminder the Askern 10mile is only 12 weeks away…
Some impressive performances (PBs all round I think??? Correct me if I’m wrong) from ADRC runners this weekend in the Retford Half – think the weather caught some of them out (Steve B!) so given the Arctic conditions even more impressive…
- Steve Barber – 1:28:41
- Joe Restell – 1:29:48
- Stan Willians – 1:29:48
- Duncan Marlow – 1:35:56
- Amber Torrington – 1:41:30
- Christine Peacock – 1:59:12
- Jen Barber – 2:12:04
Provisional Results, copied from http://www.retfordac.co.uk/c.do?category=29
Another successful running of the Norton 9 saw over 500 runners complete the course in ideal conditions. Congratulations to Pumlani Bengani of Salford Harriers who was the overall winner in a time of 48:50 and Julie Briscoe of Wakefield Harriers in a time of 52:24 and 11th overall.
Results for the full race are here: 2013 Norton 9 Mile Results
Results for the fun run are here: 2013 Norton Fun Run Preliminary Results
The highest placed Askern runner was 17th, Paul Collingwood in a time of 52:29 – races like this can only be put on by the voluntary help of club runners so many Askern runners aren’t able to compete on the day. Occasionally we let other runners win…
Many thanks to all entrants and hope to see you next year.
For those of you that were able to run (so not me then) the results are up: http://2pointb.co.uk/Running/TrailRaces/edwinstowe/Results2012.pdf
Hopefully you enjoyed the race and meal.
Couple of thoughts for next year – we’re not fixed on Edwinstowe (although its good in many ways) and if we’re slightly flexible on being late November rather than early December we’ll have more options. Here’s a couple:
As always, ideas welcome, don’t just rely on the usual few to think of everything…
It seems ADRCs latest trip to Middelkerke has made it into the leading international publication… Norton Parish Council Magazine.
Update: results are now on John Schofields
ADRC provided four entrants to this trail race. Paul ‘Tumnus’ Collingwood, Daniel ‘Danjermouse’ O’Grady, Paul ‘The Beef’ Smith and Steve ‘Burgers’ Leyland, ‘Benidorm’ Baz provided the much needed moral support.
It was a challenging course due to the temperature and soggy underfoot conditions. ‘Burgers’ providing an alternative to the Disney on Ice franchise, a couple of Bambi moments misjudging his footing in a couple of puddles. The course can be loosely likened to a figure 8 shape through the lovely woodland setting, many warning given before and after the race that it was ‘private land’ but nobody would be shot at today, reassuring, although may improve some times.
Collo went off from the start and from 2.5 started to work his way through the field (and trees) culminating in him having clear ground by the time he emerged back onto the track/road on his way to the finish.
Hot off the press are the 2012 Askern 10 Mile Results (would have been hotter but I had a two year old birthday party to attend).
Massive thank you to the marshals as always, these races can only be put on by the volunteers of running clubs – particular thank you to the organisational skills of Fez and the Collingwood twins who do so much behind the scenes.
The weather was OK, could have been better, could have been worse – nothing too troubling out on the course, the worst casualty was our own Mick Aydon right by his house!
The results will also be submitted to John Schofield’s excellent site where there is searching facilities.