Hindersitched Up! Results
Follow the link to see the Results 2018
The inaugural ‘Hindersitched Up’ took place on Saturday 15th September 2018. A short sharp shock of a race, 1.15 miles starting at the Family Tree, Whatstandwell and ending at the Cliff Inn, Crich with a total of 456 feet of elevation! There were 65 runners, with the overall winner being Andy Harding with an incredible time of 8.14. First Lady to the Cliff was Hayley Gill in an equally impressive time of 10.31. They have the pleasure of seeing their names on the course record trophies held at the Cliff Inn. The first junior male and female were James Briggs in 9.57 and Olivia Allen in 10.54. The first Whatstandwellian was Charlie Unsworth in 9.34.
There was music, food and drinks at the Cliff to help the runners forget their pain, the beer of choice (as ever) was Ay Up from Dancing Duck.
17 from Whatstandwell itself
1st male, 1st senior male, 1st overall and setting the course record – Andy Harding – 8:14
1st female, 1st senior female, setting the female course record – Hayley Gill – 10:31
1st junior male and 9th overall – James Briggs – 9:57
1st junior female and 20th overall -Olivia Allen – 10:54
1st Whatstandwellian and 8th overall – Charlie Unsworth – 9:34
1st vet male and 17th overall – Wayne Stone – 10:46
1st vet female and 48th overall – Jane Gadie – 14:36
New event – Hindersitched Up!
Scheduled for Saturday 15th September the inaugural Whatstandwell Time Trial Hill Climb running event is open to all.
The climb is around 500ft over the course of a mile or so. Competitors will start at 1 minute intervals from the Family Tree at the bottom of the village on the A6 and finish in the field opposite the Cliff Inn at Crich. The first runner will go at 5pm. Entrance is £5 of which £3 is a redeemable voucher towards a drink either at the Cliff or the Family Tree at the end of the run.
The run will be fully marshalled and there will be awards for fastest male and fastest female in the categories: a) junior (up to 15), b) seniors (15 – 49) and c) veterans (50 plus). There will also be an award for fastest Whatstandwellian.
There’s no need to register in advance, just turn up on the day ready to run.