The annual Penistone 10K road race, awarded the prestigious Bill Reynolds Memorial Trophy for 2017/18 by the British Association of Road Races, is now open for entries. Details of online entry and form for postal entry are available on the race page.
Entries are now open for the Oxspring Hunshelf Amble – see the race page for details.
The Thurlstone Chase will be run on Saturday 14th July at 2pm. Details and entry form are available on the race page.
Following on from the successful relay in January, Gaz and Caz are organising another informal multi-terrain relay race, “The Travellers Relay 2”, on Saturday 21st July at 3pm
This time it’s anticlockwise!
Otherwise the same format:
Men and mixed: 4 × 2.6 miles
Ladies: 3 × 2.6 miles
Entry £1 per runner: registration from 2pm
Registration, race start and finish, presentations and post-race refreshments (including a barbecue, weather permitting) at the Travellers Inn, Four Lane Ends, Oxspring (top of Bower Hill)
A record number of teams (34) with all 340 runners completing their legs, and a new course record for the Barnsley AC ladies team. Final results and details of winning teams are on the race page.
All the results from last night’s club mile, 4x400m and junior races are here. Despite being pipped by the impressive Barnsley AC teams, both the Penistone 4x400m relay teams broke club records, and there was a new V55 record set by Sue Hall for the mile. Several juniors came within a second of their age group records, so there is good potential there. Thanks to everyone who supported it across both PFR and Barnsley AC, and in particular to Shaun Dimelow, Martyn Cartwright, Keith Binney, Helen Fryers, Jill Carlton and Sophie Dimelow for all your contributions to the running of the evening.
Congratulations to Nathan Lawson and Katie Walshaw, each winning last night’s Hartcliff Hill race by a big margin in times of 16:46 and 19:17 respectively, making a mockery of heavy conditions. The full results are here. Thanks to all organisers, marshals and Woodhead Mountain Rescue Team, and to all runners.
For the 4th year Penistone Footpath Runners are organising a ‘Walk to Run’ group. The aim is to encourage locals to be able to run 5 kilometres. It is aimed at people who have never run before or who have not run for some time.
The group will meet on Thursday evenings at 6:30 in Penistone starting on Thursday 12th April, for ten weeks.
For links to videos to help with pre-run warm up and post run stretches, see the Links page.
For more details, click here.
Results for final race are here.
A disappointing turnout of 42 runners for the last race despite a pleasant enough evening, albeit a bit breezy on the tops. Obviously this helped Andrew who, in his first race for a few years, ‘breezed’ to a win by over two and a half minutes. Not that this mattered, as tonight was really about who won the championship. Jill was second in the race with a much improved time but the big winner was Shelley Gill who can claim the winter handicap championship. Second place goes to Sue Hall and third to Simon Pike. All the qualifying runners are in bold on the results. Times in general were down due to the wind but yet again Alan Knox was consistent enough to take 3rd place in the WMA on the night and first place overall. 2nd in WMA was Richard Mackie and 3rd was Matt Robinson. They will be joined as trophy winners by Laura Gill and Damian Kilpin as fastest lady and man. Congratulations to everyone. A great series blessed by good weather and many thanks to the helpers. Martyn, Janet in particular and Paul for the excellent results service. It might seem a long way off but it will be no time at all before it all begins again. Enjoy the summer and don’t forget it’s the Winter (Christmas) Handicap (the other one) this coming Sunday. Details here.
There are two versions of the membership application/renewal form for 2018: one for single membership and one for family members (up to two adults and two children under 17 on 1st January 2018, living at the same address).
The forms can either be printed off, filled in by hand and sent with a cheque to the membership secretary, Peter Cross, or they can be completed on a computer and e-mailed to Peter Cross, and payment sent by bank transfer. Addresses and payment details are on the forms.
The final standings in the inaugural Fell League are here. Congratulations to John Tomlinson on completing his 50th fell race of the year and running away with the league! Sarah Jones-Morris finished top of the women’s table.
Final standings in the 2017 parkrun competition are also now online here. Rob Lees and Jacqueline Armitage being first man and first lady respectively.
The results for today’s race are available here.
Results for race 6 and Keith’s report are here.
The results of the race 5 in the junior winter league are now available here.
Standings as at 10 December are here.
Standings updated with today’s Shittern Santa Saunter (10th December). Any missing results please let me know and I’ll add them in.
The final standings in this year’s championship are here. Congratulations to Lee Storey and Laura Gill, overall champions and fell champions, Scott Hinchcliffe and Sam Shaw, road champions, Martin Ball and Julie Darigala, cross-country champions and Sue Hall, Challenge Champion.
Across the year, 119 members took part in at least one championship race, and 23 qualified for the overall championship, with 31, 29 and 31 qualifying for the road, cross-country and fell sections respectively. 39 different members have won trophies in at least one category – these will be awarded at the presentation evening in February.
Thanks to Geoff for organising and everyone for joining in.
The results of the race on Sunday 24th September, and Shaun’s race report, are on the race page.
Results from the Thurlstone Chase on Saturday 1st July are here.
Results from the Broomhead Chase on Sunday 9th July are here.
Results from the Amble on Saturday 8th July are here. Thanks to all who ran, marshalled, helped and supported another successful race.
The fourth year of the Hoylandswaine Hill Races saw a record 62 entries and the impromptu introduction of a new under 5s race! Thanks to Greg Parkin, Karen Schofield and others involved in organising the evening, Chloe Hinchliffe and Olivia Clough for timing the races and all the runners, parents and clubs for supporting the event. The results for all five races are here.
Thanks to all who ran and helped organise the 10K today. Results from the race are here. Team results are here.
Results are here. Well done everyone who took part and thanks to the many involved in organising.
Results of the club mile and junior races at last night’s track evening are here.
Results from the Hartcliff Hill fell race are on the Race Page.
Thanks to Simon Rippon for organising, all 144 runners for turning out, Andy Swift and Caitlin Rice for breaking their own course records and all who supported, baked, marshalled, etc.
Any queries about the results contact Simon directly or use the enquiries form.
Results for the last winter handicap race and final WMA table are on the race page.
The website has been reorganised a little, to accommodate all the additional activities going on in the club this year. There is a new “Club competitions” section on the main menu, which includes the club championship, winter handicap, fell league, parkrun competition and a new section on the Northern Track and Field League. The last section includes a link to details of Richard’s new Wednesday evening track sessions. Apologies if you can’t find something on the website because it has moved – nothing has been removed.
The new club standards for road distances are now on the website here.
While the club had a fab turn out just over the hill at Meltham, 7 Penistone runners made the short journey to Ferriby for the Ferriby 10 road race, first home for the club was John Howsham in 69:08. The first lady back for the club and also first in her age category was Dawn Broom in 72:14
Click here for the club results.
First road race in the club champs today at Meltham. Well done to Sam Shaw for 1st overall lady. Shaun Dimelow 2nd V45 Barabara Haigh 1st FV70, Raymond Brown 1st V75 and also 1st in both team prizes. For the ladies the winning team was Samantha Shaw, Julie Darigala and Laura Gill. For the mens it was Shaun Dimelow, Matthew Robinson and Damien Briscoe. Full results can be found on the results page by clicking here.
This past Saturday was the Northern Cross Country Championships over at Knowsley Safari Park. Injury and illness meant representation at the club was down to one soul. That person was Gary Dean, here is a brief report from Caroline Dean “Gary made the 4 hour public transport/walk along the grass verge on the A58 trek to the Northern Cross Countries to fly the flag for PFR yesterday
For result click here
This past Wednesday night Barnsley AC held their 2nd race of their winter series. This time it was over the distance of 3000m. Penistone had 5 runners venture out on a cold Wednesday night to set some early season personal bests. In the A race Richard Hayes was 2nd overall in a new personal best time of 9.58.10. In the B race Tom Fryers finished 3rd, Julia Johnson was our only female representation but she is now ranked 1st in the country in her age category, well done Julia!
Click here for the results
Results and WMA league standings are on the race page.
Results from the Amble’s Revenge on 2 January 2017 are here.
Standings have been updated to include the Travellers 6 results and are here.
Final standings in the inaugural junior club championship are here.
Results are on the race page. Thanks to all who supported the race, as organisers, marshalls and runners.
Final results from last Saturday’s race are on the race page. Thanks to all who ran and those who helped organise, register, marshall, etc.
The 2016 Club Summer Handicap was a paired event, run round Langsett Reservoir. Congratulations to Andy Walch and Steve Storey, the winning pair, with Lindsay Crew and Shaun Dimelow second and John Tomlinson and Brent Lindsay third.
The Junior Summer Handicap was run at the same time – results are here.
Thanks to Annie Lightowler, John Spencer, Ian Charlesworth and all others who helped with organising, timing, marshalling, etc. and to everyone for contributing to an enjoyable run and banquet afterwards.
The 2016 Thurlstone Chase was won by Andy Swift and Nicky Spinks. Full results are here.
Thanks to all that helped organise and marshal today and to all 252 runners. Results are available here.
Final results are here. Thanks to all clubs and teams for supporting the event!
Results of the club mile, run on Wednesday 20th April are here. Junior results from the night are here.
The results of the 2016 Hartcliff Hill Race are on the race page.
The Amble’s Revenge results are now available on the race page.
Final standings are now on the championship results page.
As runners we all spend time out training, buying the latest kit and entering races. But the one thing most of us forget, can’t be bothered to do or just don’t know how to do, is a post run stretch. In an attempt to keep injury free we really should not ignore this part of our training routine.
This link shows a number of key stretches that all runners should do post run. They shouldn’t take more than 5-10 mins and your muscles will appreciate them.
Results from the race on 27th September are here.
Results from the race run on 8th September are now available here. Congratulations to this year’s winners: Chloe Hinchliffe and Thomas Wood.
Results after the third and final race in Bob’s Duathlon series are on the race page. 34 people competed in one or more races, either as an individual or as part of a team. 12 individuals, one team and one dog qualified by competing in two or more races. Congratulations to this year’s winners: Shaun Dimelow, John Broom, Gary Dean, Sarah Halstead, Annie Lightowler, John Halstead, Tom Fryers and Scott & Kelvin Bowskill.
Dates for the winter handicap are on the winter handicap page.
Results from the 2015 Broomhead Chase are on the race page.
We were told to ‘prepare to be baffled’, and we were baffled, but we all got there in the end. Andrew Heppenstall, Tim Webster, Jane Cockerton and Keith Gordon got there first though, and they are this year’s winners!
Results of the senior relay race are here.
Thanks to Anne Beresford for organising an entertaining evening!
The junior race was won by Hannah Hinchliffe, with Harry Jarvis second and Laurel Claydon third. Full results here.
Results from today’s Thurlstone Chase are on the race page.
Results from the Penistone 10K, held on Sunday 28th June, are available on the race page. Thanks to all those who ran and supported the race, and to the organisers and marshals.
The results of the 2015 Oxspring Hunshelf Amble are available on the race page.
The results from Saturday’s race are now on the race page.
Results of the 2015 Hartcliff Hill Fell Race are now available on the race page.
Results are available here. Thanks to Nick and Teresa for organising, and to Andy and Sarah for hosting.
The results for the Oxspring Hunshelf Amble on 6 December 2014 are available here.
Copies of the club records as they stood in January of each year, from 1998 to date, are now accessible here.
Mark has set up a new Race Results page on the website for PFRAC runners’ results which Dave Needham helpfully provides. Results will appear there instead of this home page.
Steve Frith has provided some new header images for the website. Steve is raising money for Malaria No More by accepting donations for his photographs of local events – for more information visit his flickr site. If there is an image of you used here that you would like us to remove, please let us know.
The results for the Penistone Hill Race on Sunday 28th September are available here.
The results for the Thurlstone Chase on Saturday 5th July 2014 are available here.
The results for the Penistone 10K race on Sunday 29th June 2014 are available here.
The results for the 2014 Penistone Boundary Race are available here.
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