To see where individual Striders have finished click on the appropriate link. Many races log their results can on one of the two excellent websites dedicated to results namely race-results.co.uk and ukresults.net. If you are a member of Steel City Striders and have raced during April to June 2014 then your results should be on this page. If your result doesn't appear send your result through to the webmaster. See also The Long Distance Strider. Many photos used on this page are published courtsey of TAImages.com or xsfotoevents.com (from where the full sized photos can be purchased).
List of races involving Striders - April, May and June 2014
3rd South Yorkshire 5 at Low Bradfield, Sheffield - Wednesday 30th April 2014 (full results)
The third South Yorkshire 5 mile race of the season was held on a warm evening around Dam Flask reservoir. The race was won by Bertie Houghton (Doncaster AC) in a time of 26:31; the first female was Nicki Green (Barnsley AC) in a time of 30:26. There were 43 Striders amongst the 341 finishers.
2nd South Yorkshire 5 at Lodge Moor, Sheffield - Wednesday 23rd April 2014 (full results)
The second South Yorkshire 5 mile race of the season was held at Lodge Moor on a wet evening. The course was hilly! The race was won by Bertie Houghton (Doncaster AC) in a time of 27:10; the first female was Kaeti MacKenzie (Barnsley AC) in a time of 32:50. There were 44 Striders amongst the 331 finishers.
World record holder Wilson Kipsang broke the men's course record to regain the Virgin Money London Marathon title he won two years ago, while two-times world champion Edna Kiplagat made it third time lucky as she finally claimed the women's crown after finishing runner-up for the last two years. There were 35,766 finishers.
1st South Yorkshire 5, Oxspring - Wednesday 9th April 2014 (full results)
The first South Yorkshire 5 mile race of the season was held at Oxspring on a beautiful evening perfect for fast times. The course was hilly but not overdemanding. The race was won by Darren Newbould (Hallamshire Harriers) in a time of 27:10; the first female was Fiona Davies in a time of 29:52. There were 336 finishers.