East Yorkshire Cross Country League

Yorkshire Wolds Runners is again part of the East Yorkshire Cross Country League for the 2019/20 season. There are six races in the season, all hosted by different member clubs, including one hosted by YWR.

There is a team competition and results will be posted within the members area after each race, but above all our aim is for as many of us as possible to join in and to enjoy ourselves!

If you would like to join in please contact Kath Hammond for a number.

 

  • All races will start at 10.00 Except Langdale End which is to be 10.30am
  • A 90 minute time limit will apply to all races
  • Courses not suitable for spikes
  • Age groups as at 30 September 19 but a minimum age 17 as at 1 September 19
  • Club Vests to be worn by all runners
Bishop Wilton – 13th October 19

Very rural setting. Starting from the village, then climbing a very steep hill and heading off across fields before returning down another very steep hill to the village. (Home Club -Pocklington R)

Distance 5.7 miles

Drewton Woods, South Cave -10th November 2019

A mixture of woods and farm tracks which take in parts of the Wolds Way. Race starts and finishes along the lane which is on the right hand side of the road north of South Cave. (Home Clubs – Beverley AC and City of Hull)

Distance 6.2 miles

Langdale End – 8th Dec 2019

This course is about 10 miles from Scarborough. The village of Langdale End is on the edge of the North York Moors. Usually considered a demanding course. (Home Club – Scarborough AC)

Distance 5.7 miles

Sledmere Estate – 5th Jan 2020

This was a new venue in 2013. The course is 2 laps around the stately grounds of Sledmere House. (Home Club – Driffield Striders).

Distance 7.1 miles

Wetwang – 9th February 2020

New venue for 2020 has various terrain and undulating single lap course heading from Wetwang towards Sledmere Monument.

(Home Club – Yorkshire Wolds Runners)

Distance 5.7 miles

Sewerby – 1st March 2020

Start and finish is on cliff top.  The course takes in the ancient land mark of Dane’s Dyke then heads off across the fields to Flamborough and returns along the cliff-top path to Sewerby.  (Home Club – Bridlington RR)

Distance 5.3 miles