BUH&AC Hosted Races 2015

Saturday, 18th October 2014

The Club’s Race Directors have been beavering away again and are pleased to present the hosted races for 2015. Postal and online entries are now being taken.

The Central Lancashire 5K will be on Sunday, 15th February at 10.30am.
Full details can be found by clicking here.

The Bolton 10K will be on Sunday, 26th April at 10am.
The associated One Mile Fun Run, ideal for the Club’s juniors to compete on familiar territory, will be held at 9am.
Full details can be found by clicking here.

The Last Drop Loop Fell Race will be returning for a third edition. Watch this space for details.

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  • Red Rose Cross Country – Leigh

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  • London Marathon Places 2015

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  • Chester Marathon

    Sunday, 5th October 2014 Mark ‘Swanny’ Swannell swanned around the Chester Marathon in a stonking 2:48:28, claiming 32nd place (9th M40). It was his best time on this course, which famously takes in two countries due to its veering into Wales, but just over two minutes off his PB for read more