Round up from Sunday
Well done to members of Aire...
Leon Foster 7th Elite
David Alcock 2nd Vet, one mistake on 18 cost him the win!
Robert Gatenby 16th Vet, one silly mistake going to 25 before 24 probably cost me about 10 places.
Ian Marshall 9th Super Vet
Susan Stevens 7th Ultra Vet
Gerry Symes 15th Ultra Vet
Two AIRE Overall Winners
The Yorkshire Urban League has concluded for 2018 with an Ebor event at Woodthorpe. This was the 14th event in the series where the best 7 scores count. Overall Leon Foster won the Mens Open class with a full 700 point score having won 7 of the 9 races he competed in. It was an Aire 123 with Paul Leipins 2nd and Dave Murgatroyd 3rd.
Dave Alcock won the Mens Veterans on 693 points taking 6 wins in his 7 races. Anne Maguire was 3rd overall in the Womens Open after a 2nd place at Woodthorpe. Ian Marshall won the Mens Super Vet course at the Woodthorpe event while Jack Cooper was 2nd in Mens Open on the day.
Congratulations to David Alcock, who came 1st MV in the Gainsborough Urban at the weekend and now has an insurmountable lead in the Yorkshire Urban League with one race to go!
Running the last leg in the sprint relay for GBR at the Junior European Champs, Laura pulled the team up from tenth to sixth and onto the podium.
AGM highlights (Yes! Really!)
Top talks from Ali McLeod (who won the sprint race, of course, with Bryony) and Evie Conway
New chair David Williams
New treasurer Peter (Baildon) Jones
New club captain Steve Webb
and, best of all, a Webmaster at last - thanks Rob Gatenby
Feel free to download the photos. If you use them in newsletters etc, please credit Wendy Carlyle
Thank you to all helpers and competitors for taking part in this year's sprint series. We hope that you all enjoyed yourselves and will see you back for more sprints next year.
See our website for future events starting with the Fat Rascal races this weekend 14-15th July.
Congratulations to the following winners:
- Dave Murgatroyd
- Ian Marshall
- Amicia Lee
- Joyce Marshall
Prizes to be awarded.
Congratulations and best wishes to Ali McLeod and Alice Leake who have been selected for WOC in Latvia, to Laura King who is going to JWOC in Hungary, Joe Woodley to World Universities and Evie Conway to British start squad training. Ex-AIRE member Hector Haines is also in the WOC team.
The club is making a contribution to the juniors' costs. Support for the GB WOC squad is through a crowd funding page at the address below (it works even if you can't see it all). Please contribute if you can.