Club Championship – 2018

This page is an archive of the 2018 Club Championship competition

Championship Table

Click here to view the 2018 Championship Table (PDF)


Championship Race Listing

The 2018 Club Championship Race Listing is up to date on 7 October 2018, but remains subject to changes made by race organisers.

Group 1: (5 miles and under)

15/04/2018[expand title=”Hartlepool Marina”]
5 miles, flat run from Hartlepool’s Historic Quay.[/expand]
5miRoadResults – Hartlepool Marina
25/04/2018Spring Coast Road5kmRoadResults – Spring Coast Road
09/05/2018Pie and Peas5miRoadResults – Pie and Peas
01/07/2018[expand title=”Ali Brownlee”]
A flat fast 5k road race starting outside Middlesbrough FC’s Riverside Stadium and finishing inside the stadium.[/expand]
5kmRoadResult – Ali Brownlee
18/07/2018[expand title=”Summer Coast Road”]
Entries now closed[/expand]
5kmRoadResult – Summer Coast Road
26/08/2018[expand title=”Auckland Castle”]Auckland Castle commands a prominent position overlooking the River Wear, surrounded by 200 acres of idyllic parkland, making this a perfect spot for our trail run. Starting at the Clock Tower, the run will take you past our Walled Gardens, into the park, where you can take in its natural beauty as well as sites such as the Deer House. At approximately 5 miles it includes all terrain, trail and forest. On your return you will finish at The Wyatt Arch.[/expand]5miTrailResults – Auckland Castle
29/08/2018[expand title=”Rosebery Topping”]
This is one of two short races that can be run in Cleveland. The start is at The Newton Under Roseberry Car Park, currently owned by The National Trust.
The registration takes place in the car park 571128. The start and finish are adjacent to this on Roseberry Lane 571129. The rules are simple as Roseberry Common is open access. ‘Touch the Trig’ at 579126, using Roseberry Lane ‘up and down’ until you reach or after you leave Newton.[/expand]
1.5miFellResults – Rosebery Topping
03/09/2018[expand title=”Quaker Mile”]
The Quaker Mile is a timed event run by Quakers Running club with runners completed 4 laps of Eastbourne track. Registration on evening.[/expand]
1miTrackResults – Quaker Mile
05/09/2018Autumn Coast Road5kmRoadResults – Autumn Coast Road
23/09/2018Thirsk Relays2miCross CountryResults – Thirsk Relays
25/11/2018Gavin Duffy Memorial5kmTrailResults – Gavin Duffy Memorial


Group 2: (Under 10 miles)

30/03/2018Mermaid 10km10kmRoad Results – Mermaid 10km
20/05/2018[expand title=”Raby Castle 10km”]
The event will be hosted once again by Teesdale Athletic Club within the magnificant grounds of Raby Castle, near Staindrop, in Teesdale, and its surrounding estate. It’s a beautiful run taking in the gorgeous scenery of Raby Estates.[/expand]
10kmMostly RoadResults – Raby Castle
27/05/2018[expand title=”Northallerton 10km”]
The Northallerton 10km is a loop that takes you from an electric, atmospheric start on Northallerton high street, out of the town into some of the most stunning country road views in North Yorkshire. The course has been conquered by all abilities & ages from 15 to 82 yrs old![/expand]
10kmMostly RoadResults – Northallerton
09/06/2018[expand title=”Blaydon Race”]
The Blaydon Race is a 5.6 mile athletics race from Newcastle upon Tyne to Blaydon, in England, that is steeped in local tradition. It takes place on June 9th every year starting on Collingwood Street in Newcastle, heading west along Scotswood Road and finishing in Blaydon. The actual race was the inspiration for Dr James Dewar of Blaydon Harriers, who organised the first 24 races starting in 1981.[/expand]
5.6miRoadResults – Blaydon Race
20/06/2018[expand title=”Whorlton Run”]
This is a long established summer fete race, which we have adjusted with the agreement of the parish council to make it a little more challenging.[/expand]
10kmFellResults – Whorlton Run
08/07/2018[expand title =”Kilburn Feast”]
Kilburn 7 Road Race is an annual event run as part of the charity Kilburn Feast weekend.
Kilburn is 20 miles north of York, 6 miles east of Thirsk in the North York Moors National Park. An undulating, scenic route overlooked by the White Horse. The race passes through historic Coxwold – Lawrence Sterne’s Shandy Hall on your left, the Norman Church on your right – the Cistercian Byland Abbey – the picturesque village of Oldstead – back to Kilburn with its Robert Thompson ‘Mouseman’ Workshops, Museum & Café, plus the Norman Church & 12th century Forresters Arms.
Race starts in Kilburn, through Coxwold, pass Byland Abbey, onto Oldstead & then back to Kilburn.[/expand]
7miRoadResult – Kilburn Feast
29/07/2018[expand title=”James Herriot Trail”]
A 14th run will take place over the same scenic route on moorland tracks and paths near Castle Bolton in Wensleydale by kind permission of Lord Bolton. The Start/Finish will again be in the same field, close to Bolton Castle car park.Traffic free and well marshalled.[/expand]
14kmTrailResult – James Herriot Trail
19/08/2018[expand title =”Scorton Feast Memorial”]
The Scorton 10K is a Multi-Terrain race around Scorton Lakes to raise money for Target Ovarian Cancer and Heriott Hospice Homecare.  The route is approx. 10K.  It is mostly flat race covering public footpaths, bridle ways and some private land.[/expand]
10kmMulti TerrainResult – Scorton Feast Memorial
22/09/2018Snape10kmTrailResults – Snape
14/10/2018[expand title=”Richmond Castle”]
The race starts in Richmond’s cobbled market place, passes the spectacular Richmond Falls on the River Swale, and finishes within the grounds of Richmond Castle.[/expand]
10kmRoadResults – Richmond Castle
21/10/2018[expand title=”Yorkshire Coast”]
The 10km course is almost flat with approximately 25 metres of climb throughout.
The 10km course route is as follows:-
The run starts at the Spa Complex, onto South Bay foreshore, Sandside, Marine Drive and around the Castle Headland.
Continue to the Peasholm Gap roundabout and then through Northstead Manor Gardens (past the miniature railway station), through the fantastic new open air theatre and out onto the North Bay promenade and on to the Sealife Centre.
The turn point is just after the Sea Life Centre and proceed back directly along North Bay promenade (past the brightly coloured beach chalets,) along Marine Drive and back to the Spa Complex.[/expand]
10kmRoadResults – Yorkshire Coast
11/11/2018[expand title=”Dalby Dash”]
In remembrance of our soldiers in the 1st & 2nd World Wars and subsequent wars & conflicts. A beautiful run on Tarmac & hard trails, in association with Pickering Running Club. The race starts outside the beautiful Visitor’s Centre and you run up a firm Tarmac road (Housedale) to the top of the only hill in the race (a steady slope!) – First man and woman to the top gets a special prize. Then along the top of the rigg on gravel trails and a long and speedy decent down to the beck. Then a ‘DASH’ to the finish line back at Low Dalby. Click here to enter[/expand]
10kmMulti TerrainResults – Dalby Dash
24/11/2018Ravenstonedale Red10kmRoadResults – Ravenstonedale Red


Group 3: (10 miles and over)

10/03/2018[expand title=”Dentdale Run”]
The Dentdale Run is a 14.2 mile road race staged on the roads and lanes around Dentdale, the Yorkshire Dales’s beautiful “secret” dale. Following a figure-of-eight course, it winds up hill and down dale, starting and finishing at Dent Primary School, where finishers are treated to a hot drink, sandwich and cake! The race is one of the most scenic road races you are ever likely to do. Plus, back for 2018, the shorter 7.5 mile race that takes in the the first half of the course before cutting back to the village. All proceeds go directly to Dent C of E Primary School.[/expand]
14miRoadResults – Dentdale Run
25/03/2018[expand title=”DHAC South Park 20″]
Darlington Harriers & AC, are hosting this multi lap event for those runners who are looking to run a fast 20 mile race, prepare for a Spring full or half marathon. Using predominantly the same course as the Darlington South park parkrun, although removing the infamous ‘Squirrel Hill’. Starting outside the tropical bird cage…well it has a parrot. Runners will head out past the children’s play area before taking a sharp left down a slight incline before taking another left as you head towards the bandstand. Taking a right turn, takes the runners around the outskirts of the bandstand and around a cluster of trees and a sharp left before taking the left path adjacent to the river Skerne before once again turning left one last time back to the starting point. Runners will receive a bespoke medal. You can run all 20 miles as an individual or you can enter a team of 4 and run as a relay team. Prizes will be given based on number of entrants.[/expand]
20miRoad Results – DHAC South Park 20
08/04/2018[expand title=”Thirsk 10″]
The Thirsk 10 has been run for over 30 years and in the early days it was run from Northallerton to Thirsk. However with the passage of time and the increase in road traffic the route had to be changed. For many years the route went through Sowerby and then out into the country, but some years ago the route had to be changed again because of the problems with closing the roads around town and the resulting traffic congestion.
We now have a fast flat course which lends its self to a fast time and gives all abilities a chance of achieving a PB. It is a wheel chair friendly route and such competitors are started 10 minutes ahead of the main field. In recent years the Club has hosted the North of England 10 mile Championship, Yorkshire Veterans Championships and the North Yorkshire Championships.
The finish is at the main grandstand at Thirsk Race Course and the Club appreciates the support give by the Race Course. Cash prizes are awarded in all age categories in 5 years age bands and team prizes.[/expand]
10miRoadResults – Thirsk Ten
09/09/2018[expand title=”Vale of York Half Marathon”]
The Vale of York Half Marathon is a fast and flat half marathon in aid of Sue Ryder. The race starts on a race track and ends by a runway and takes in scenic closed roads on the way. For the novice runner this is a perfect introduction to a longer distance. For the more seasoned racer it is a genuine PB opportunity. And for those training for an autumn marathon it fits perfectly into your training schedule.[/expand]
13.1miRoadResults – Vale of York Half Marathon
30/09/2018[expand title=”Redcar Half Marathon”]
The Redcar Half Marathon has a potentially fast course given the right conditions. With a start that takes you along Majuba Road on to the Trunk Road and returning to head off towards Marske before returning to finish on the promenade passed Tuned In.[/expand]
13.1miRoadResults – Redcar Half Marathon
04/11/2018[expand title=”Guy Fawkes 10″]
This is a hilly 10 mile run starting and finishing at Ripley Castle. Most of the course is on quiet country roads with a couple of sections on well surfaced bridleway.[/expand]
10miMostly roadResults – Guy Fawkes 10
18/11/2018[expand title=”Town Moor Half Marathon”]
For those who don’t mind multi-lap runs! This is a run of Newcastle upon Tyne’s marathon over a traffic-free 7 lap course (or half of that for a half marathon) on good footpaths through and around its historic Exhibition Park and Town Moor. Road shoes are perfect for this event. Gates are tied or held open by marshals, but there may be cows joining you! There is a feed station on the course with water, juice and sweets. Feel free to bring your own food and drinks to leave at the feed station. Portable toilets are provided on the course and there is a single toilet at race HQ, in the Boathouse. Hot drinks, chocolate are available in race HQ after the race.[/expand]
13.1miRoadResults – Town Moor Half Marathon