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Burley Festival Moor Run

Listed by northernslowcoach
Burley in Wharfedale, Burley in Wharfedale Ilkley LS29 UK
7 Entrants Club PB SB Pred Time WAVA
Dave A Unaffiliated 35:42 36:31 50:12 53.62
mawngyguy Rodillian Runners 52:54 53:40 1:00:00
multiterrainer Horsforth Fellandale Club, LDWA 34:27 45:38 1:03:56 47.25
northernslowcoach Unaffiliated 53:37 1:21:09 38.72
Shonky Knutsford Tri Club 37:06 38:40 58:36 48.12
swittle Red Herring Road Runners 41:17 57:33 1:05:14 1:13:28 44.28
Yorkshire Pie Unaffiliated 46:54 47:31 1:17:14 39.38
loved it! hope this does become a regular event :)
What a glorious morning for an excellent race with a bit of everything - tough climbs and tricky descent (and not just the main one), fast track sections and plenty of mud/bogs particularly on the narrower paths across the moor. Reckon it was nearer to 7 miles than 10k(6.2m).*

Definitely one to do again in the future although maybe require a further marshall or two or extra tape in parts on a less clear day.

*edit: Measured it on Mapometer.com as 6.8 miles with 1400feet ascent/descent. Not sure how to change the distance on here though.
Excellent race, the 1st 15 went the wrong way at the 1st gate and I moved into 3rd place for a while :)

Found the results here, you will need your race number otleyac.org.uk
This should become a regular fixture imo: friendly, low key and run in beautiful autumnal weather & unrivalled Yorkshire scenery. Marshalls might be a little more animated but it would be uncharitable to criticise such a cracking event :)