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Tiffany Penfold team gold medal winner at European cross country championships 2018

Tiffany performs at the highest level

Tiffany Penfold astonished a few with her GB Under 20 selection for the European Cross Country Championships hosted in Tilburg, the Netherlands but she justified her choice with a stirring run. The course was typically `continental’ with long, flat, lakeside stretches of sand and a scattering of artificial barriers. The start was always going to […]

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Tiffany picked for GB

The classy Cross Challenge series of events turned up once more at Sefton Park with, for Senior athletes, the added spice of possible selection for the GB team that will compete shortly in the European Championships in the Netherlands. The eyes of the Liverpool Pembroke and Sefton contingent were very much on the Under 20 […]

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PBs for Mark and Chris at Cheshire 10k. Tiff sets new course record

LPS athletes were busy again this weekend, on Saturday morning three of our runners took part in the Cheshire 10k in Warrington. In a good quality field Mark Wynne was first home for the club in 16th place with a fine time of 32.51. Fresh from his pb last week in the Abbey Dash in […]

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Lisa, Helen and Tiffany

Tiffany’s fast 5k at Halewodd

LPS athletes turned out in numbers for the monthly 5k race at Halewood on the 3rd November. Halewood has a history of good times so it was a perfect opportunity for young Tiffany Penfold to see how her winter training was progressing as she lined up with nine other club members in perfect conditions. Tiff […]

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LPS Seniors at Arrowe Park

Chris and Tiff star at Arrowe Park

The cross country season got off for Liverpool Pembroke and Sefton harriers to an extremely wet and wind swept start. The senior men and women were partaking in the Liverpool and District League at Arrowe Park while the rest of the club made the long trip to Ulverston for a Mid Lancs League fixture. At […]

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Vicky Gilbody

Tour of Merseyside 2018

The 52 mile Tour of Merseyside, in its 6th Year now has its first LPS title as Victoria Gilbody surpasses her 2016 runners-up podium place with a Female winner’s trophy. Over the past three years of entering the race, Vicki has gained a reputation for improving in stature & finesse through the six races across […]

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Jamie Doolan

Jamie completes 25 Liverpool Half Marathons

Club chairman Jamie Doolan  completed his consecutive 25th Liverpool half marathon on Sunday 25th March 2018.  Jamie along with one other athlete are the only two who have competed in all the Liverpool half marathons going back to 1994. Jamie time this year was a very respectable 1.39 and along with a few athletes from […]

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Beacon Park Report

‘Old but not obsolete!’, It was a day for the super-vets in the third L&D cross country fixture at the often avoided Beacon Park course! The cold and sunny conditions rapidly deteriorated into sleet and a heavy snow flurry as the race progressed. The team finished third behind Sutton St Helens and Liverpool Harriers. Kevin […]

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LPS Under 13 Boys Team

Mud Dominates at Cuerden Valley.

A record number (53) of Liverpool Pembroke athletes made the short journey to Cuerden Valley Park to compete in the opening fixture of the Mid Lancs Cross Country League. This is a true cross country course with varying slopes, plenty of mud and even a couple of river crossings. The best individual performance of the […]

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Kirsty Longley

Jenny and Kirsty sparkle

Liverpool Pembroke and Sefton stars, Jenny Pyatt and Kirsty Longley, had a weekend to remember. Guesting for Liverpool Harriers at a Youth Development League in Preston, Jenny threw the Discus an amazing 45.11m. The 18 year old  immediately leapt into the top 10 UK athletes and third in the Junior lists. Needless to say it […]

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