HEEL and TOE
- The President implores you to support the Dick Maxwell and Xmas Handicap on December 7, 2019
- Atmospheric Upper Torsos in the Bill Jackson Trophy race!
- XMAS RACE IN YORKSHIRE, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8 – wicked prizes!
- Bill Jackson Trophy goes to new President, Tony Taylor
- LANCASHIRE WALKING CLUB FIXTURES 2020
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Tag Archives: Guy Goodair
I couldn’t resist asking John if I could pull together into a single post his almost unbelievable memory of his victory in the 1966 Blackpool, previously covered in Guy Goodair’s reminiscences. Fascinating to read Guy Goodair’s account of the … Continue reading
1972 We’d just had our first child so I didn’t enter this year 1 J Eddershaw (Sheffield UH) 8.16.10 2 P Markham (Leicester WC) 8.17.41 3 E Crompton (Leyland) 8.24.16 Team Leyland Motors 24 pts, 38 finished [A … Continue reading
Manchester-Blackpool Memories continued: 1969-1971 1969 George & I were determined not to let Pat Duncan achieve a hat trick of wins this year and so set off at a cracking pace going through 10 miles in 89 mins, Horwich (2h … Continue reading
Manchester to Blackpool Memories: 1966-1968 1966 John Paddick took an early lead and I only caught him after Preston. ‘How far to go?’ he asked “About 20 miles’ I replied and encouraged him to stay with me. (In hindsight I … Continue reading
Manchester to Blackpool Memories: 1964-1965 1964 Having won the Bradford Walk in the previous month and done a 4:30:57 PB in the National 50km at Enfield a fortnight earlier, I was very confident for this race. It rained incessantly throughout. … Continue reading
Better late than never I have the greatest pleasure in posting the first instalment of Guy Goodair’s evocative memories of his exploits in our club’s ‘Blue Riband’ event. Manchester to Blackpool Memories I first started serious race walking in February … Continue reading
When Fred Pearce suggested holding a 2 Hour track walk to commemorate Ron Wallwork’s UK and Commonwealth record set in 1971 there were a few raised eyebrows. Why forty five years on, couldn’t we wait till fifty? Never mind that … Continue reading