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Ella Jones

Impressive performances by LPS women on the roads

Tour of Tameside Kirsty Longley regained her Tour of Tameside title in impressive fashion finishing in 6th place overall giving her a 40 minute winning margin over second place athlete and an improvement of 1.45 on last years winning time. This very popular event is held over 5 different events on different days. Day 1 […]

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Kirsty Longley

Double victories for Kirsty and fast times all round at Chrisleton

Kirsty Longley had a busy but rewarding weekend picking up two first places on the roads in Cheshire. On Friday 17th May she won the Chrislton 5k in an impressive 17.16, our women packed well with Helen Sahgal (L/35) coming 7th in 18.09 followed by Lisa Gawthorne (L/35) running as well as ever just failing […]

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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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Nicholas Usher

Northern Road Relays

Glorious sunshine greeted runners at the northern road relay championships in Manchester, a far cry from the dismal conditions at Delamere two weeks earlier. This time the course was truly road relays, meandering around the perimeter of the Etihad stadium and the campus of Sports City. The younger age groups all ran a distance of […]

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Lisa goes below 19 minutes for a new PB, Helen wins in Spain.

Running in the very popular Sale Sizzler 5k on 16th august Lisa Gawthorne claimed  a new pb with a time of 18.49. This was enough to see her finish 5th female and second V/35. Over in Spain whilst on a family holiday Helen Sahgal won the 7.4k XIV Cursa Nocturna Ronda Murada Alcúdia which was […]

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Helen Sahgal and Lisa Gawthorne

World duathlon champs

Helen Sahgal and Lisa Gawthorne flew the GB flag the world duathlon championships held at Odense in Denmark on  8th July. Both of them have previous international experience over this event and it paid dividends as Helen finished 5th and Lisa 12th in their age group. The run was largely in the town centre across […]

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Kirsty wins tour of Tameside again

Kirsty wins Tour of Tameside

The ‘Tour of Tameside’ series of races is the brain child of Dr. Ron Hill and involves 4 races over 4 consecutive days, over different distances & different terrains. It began with a 10K Multi-terrain race over woodland steps in Oldham on Thursday, before a 6 mile ‘hell on the fell’ race in Staleybridge on […]

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Erin Birchall

LPS clinch third place

The second fixture in the Northern League division 2W took place at sun drenched Leigh Sports village on Sunday. Despite fielding a depleted team LPS(356) clinched third place, behind Leigh Harriers (405) and Team Isle of Man(368). Liverpool Harriers were 4th (322), Manchester Harriers were 5th, with Blackpool in 6th place (301). The hot conditions […]

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Hillary Honeyball winner of Liverpool marathon 2018

Sun shines on LPS as Kirsty tops ranking and Hillary wins marathon

On a weekend of beautiful spring sunshine LPS athletes hit the roads picking up titles and PBs. It was an early start to the weekend as on Friday night five of our runners made the journey to Cheshire for the very fast and popular Christlelton 5k. First LPS runner home was Mark Wynne in 43rd […]

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Lisa Gawthorne and Helen Sahgal first and second at the Tunnel 10k

LPS Ladies first and second at Tunnel 10k

The annual Mersey Tunnel Run took place on Sunday with over 2,500 entries. The race started on the Liverpool side of the Mersey before entering the tunnel after 1Km. It was a steady ascent for the next 2K before the athletes saw daylight on the Wirral side. The final 5K from the Wallasey ferry terminal […]

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