Wed 21 Mar
Central Leeds - Winter Night League
Near: Leeds more details...
Sat 24 Mar
Danefield - Local Event
Near: Otley more details...
Sun 8 Apr
Near: Baildon more details...
Every Tuesday evening, 7pm
Join us for a run, a jog, a walk or just for the food afterwards! more details...
An Aire Club League Event.
The Leeds city centre event postponed due to the heavy snow has been rescheduled for Wed 21st March.
If you want to run (and didn't enter previously), please email Richard on firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday 15th March 12pm please with course choice and SI number.
Course lengths: Long: 7.8km, Medium 6.4km, Short 5.2km and VShort/Intro 2.7km. High vis clothing essential - there are busy roads to cross on most courses.
Thanks to ALL of you who ran at Clowbridge today.
Apologies for slightly noddy courses, but it was good fresh air on a nice day.
Provisional results have us second, only 7 points behind LOC. Well done to you all for an excellent turnout, and especially to Club Capt PJ for organising. If you still owe money, please pay AIRE asap, pref by BACS. A/c details from email@example.com.
Tony T (Chair)
We want you to run for AIRE!!
The BOC Relays are at Balmoral on Sunday 20th May. Lovely terrain.
If you wish to run for AIRE please enter your details by 1st May at the very latest (CD is 4 May) in the spreadsheet on the following link:-
The club will pay for any juniors who run for us.
Pete Jones (Captain)
Congratulations to AIRE Yorkshire Champions at Storthes Hall:
M21 Dave Murgatroyd, M35 Pauls Liepins, W35 Anne Maguire, W55 Gill Adams, W60 Shirley Wood, M70 Tony Thornley (list deduced from the results, apologies for errors or omissions - mail firstname.lastname@example.org with any corrections).
Rather scrappy Green course (M65/70) shown. Nice orienteering, but some gratuitous climb - I did 200m against the description sheet 120m - and not really bad routes……...
Airienteers would like to thank all the staff at the Temple Newsam estate and in particular Steve Worrilow, Estate Manager, and David Bradley, Farm Manager, for their friendly help and assistance in staging our two events last weekend.
In particular we are grateful for the estate allowing us the use of indoor facilities for registration and download, which made the events much easier to run. We would also like to thank Leeds Parks and Countryside department for the use of the estate for orienteering.
We hope everyone who came to the events enjoyed them and enjoyed the good Yorkshire weather!
Thanks go to Chris and Helen Burden who did an excellent job of organising the annual New Year's Day Event and Social, this year in Heaton & Northcliffe Park. There was a good turnout of all ages, many wearing festive hats, who enjoyed the slippery slopes and the opportunity to see in the New Year in good company. David Alcock won the chocs for visiting all of the controls in the 45 minutes, well done David!