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mari curiHornsea Rotary One Third Marathon National Championship

Next race is on Sunday 9 April 2017

One Third Marathon run and registration entries will be opening on 1st October 2016.

A huge thank you to everyone who took part in our eighth One Third Marathon on Sunday 10th April 2016 at Densholme Farm, Great Hatfield. The numbers have increased year after year, proving to be one of the most popular shorter runs in the north of England. 
It was a great success, with more than 600 runners and supporters packing the country roads, which will enable the Rotary Club of Hornsea and East Riding to give Marie Curie Cancer Care an even bigger donation to help fund one or two nurses working in the East Riding.  
The weather was exceptionally good for this Sunday spring morning, with sunshine and gentle breeze and was perfect for running. 

Out of 500 who registered, 420 turned out to support this annual run.
A huge thank you to all the Rotary Club members, spouses and partners who worked so hard as an organised  team and to our sponsors, Neil Hudgell solicitors, HPS Estate Agents in Hornsea, William's Farm Kitchen of Hornsea, and Tesco in Hornsea. Thanks also to the many young helpers from Hornsea Army Cadets, Canine Partners, Marie Curie associates and the Parish Councillors of Sigglesthorne and Great Hatfield. Special thanks go to Denys Fell from Densholme Farm, without whom we would not have achieved this, and all the fundraising team for their hard work in organising such an excellent event.

The top prizes of the day went to Steve Bateson from East Hull Harriers and Carla Stansfield of City of Hull AC for first places in male and female, respectively. First place in the Over 70 vet male went to Vic Shirley and Pam Atkins of Beverley AC for the Over 70 female. An exceptional prize for over 80 goes to Robert Thomson of Haltemprice RRC.

This year's winning Club is Scarborough Athletic Club with a finishing inter-club time of 61 mins and 16 seconds. The Fundraising Feat team was first with an average scored time of 61 minutes 40 seconds.

Thanks to all the Runners, Helpers and Sponsors for making it such a great success. We are looking forward to seeing you all on the 9th of April. 

To access the results for 2016 go to: http://www.sportstimingsolutions.co.uk/rd.php?id=97

For PHOTOS of the DAY - click HERE

For VIDEO CLIP of the DAY - click HERE

Ultra Great BritainĀ© 20th - 24th August 2016

A Unique 200 mile Ultra-Marathon following the Trans-Pennine Trail from Liverpool to Hornsea earning an amazing 'Ultra Great Britain' Buckle.
The Trail follows a variety of terrain over the Pennines and combines a mixture of natural trail and urban trail. The Trans Pennine Trail "Sea Mark" at the Hornsea sea wall has been chosen as the finishing line for an international Ultra-Marathon.
Organiser Wayne Drinkwater is expecting that the race, trademarked as "Ultra Great Britain", will change a long held concept about athletic limitations that suggests a runner stops striving having reached the ............. read more

 

 

 

 

 

 

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http://paulmybrainrecovery.co.uk/June%208%202014.jpgHudgell Solicitors has been helping with the right legal advice and care. One in particular is Paul Spence from Hull, who fought back from a serious brain injury and is now helping others in their recovery. This is the testament to his inspiring story,

On June 8, 2014, Paul was pleased to take part in the Hull 10K . It was another great experience and the run created a positive buzz in the city that morning. He will be taking part in our next Hornsea marathon for 2016 ...Read more ...


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20th-24th August 2016