HEEL and TOE
- Best Wishes to All for the Hundred from Dave Ainsworth and LIVE info from Sue Clements
- Cooler in Crete than Chorley – Goodwin Cup 10k
- What about a Lancashire WC team at the 2023 Nijmegen Walks ?!?!
- Looking Forward to the Goodwin Cup, the Middlesborough Hundred and remembering Flo Payn
- Chris Bolton’s 19th Nijmegen – he was only there for the beer!
Christopher Bolton on Looking Forward to the Goodwin… William Mackintosh S… on Chris Bolton’s 19th Nijm… My Site on WORLD ATHLETICS RACE WALKING T… Tony Taylor on Thirty Years Ago this Month… Graham jackson on Thirty Years Ago this Month…
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Monthly Archives: January 2016
Find below the Club 2016 Fixture list plus notification of Northern Championship events and the annual British Masters 5k at Horwich, which we have dominated in recent years. February 13 Sam Shoebottom 10k at Simister February 20 NARWA 20k at … Continue reading
It’s great to receive the 2016 Soup and Roll League Fixtures from the indefatigible duo of Trevor and Linda McDermot. Staged in beautiful villages these events are always excellently organised and a warm atmosphere duly created. Indeed at the last … Continue reading
We’ve received the following message from Maurice Ireland, which reveals two touching and humorous stories related to his entry into the ranks of the Lancashire Walking Club. As a past Chairman & President of LWC I join with all who … Continue reading
Before Xmas Greg Smith announced that on Friday 1st January 2016 he would be celebrating 50 years since his first walking race. It was the Essex Beagles Boys 1⅞ Miles Walk, organised by Phil Everard at Chigwell Row, Essex on … Continue reading
Further to our tribute to Fred Pearce on becoming the RWA President here is a lovely personal note from Chris Bolton, number 17 in the above photo, of which more later. Many congratulations to Fred on becoming RWA President, an … Continue reading
Becoming the National Race Walking Association President is an honour Fred Pearce richly deserves. All of us know how much he has contributed over the years through both the good times and the bad to keeping race walking alive both … Continue reading
Firstly I must apologise that the site has been dormant for well over year. I’ll spare you the excuses, but it’s not entirely down to my dull sloth. Whatever, my New Year resolution is to get things up and walking … Continue reading