In the multi-terrain series organised by YVAA
, three more races have gone by.
Homfirth hosted the second race in the YVAA multi-terrain series, with just under 200 runners from 29 Yorkshire clubs taking part.
The start of the YVAA multi-terrain race hosted by Holmfirth Harriers PIC: NORMAN BERRY
The following Thursday was the YVAA 5 mile Championships incorporated in the Full Bronte 5, at Haworth.
In the YVAA Multi-terrain race of about 8K from the John Charles Stadium, Leeds, there were some excellent performances all round and it was nice to see a few more of our women vets managing to get to the event.
|Holmfirth Harriers took part in the last YVAA
multi-terrain event for 2016 at Cleckheaton.
A team of 14 Harriers took part in the final race of the 2015 YVAA
Multi-terrain Grand Prix series staged which was staged at Cleckheaton.
The Holmfirth Harriers teams (above) at the YVAA
Road Relay Championships , Yvette Arthur (below left) bringing the |F45-54 team home in first place and Juan Biurrun (below right) on the first leg for the M35-39 team ROB KERSEY
The last race in the YVAA
year is this coming Sunday, November 9, over multi-terrain from Cleckheaton running track (11.02am).
With the year drawing to a close the YVAA
events are nearly over for another year with just the Fell Championships at Meltham on Sunday and the last GP at Cleckheaton on November 9 still to come.
Holmfirth Harriers at the YVAA
Cross Country Champs (from left) Jonny Sykes, Margaret Sykes, Kath Farquhar and Mark Law
The Vets are now looking forward to the YVAA
Track and Field Championships on September 27 and the Cross Country Championships, which are held the following day.