Post by Peter Bakwin on Apr 23, 2017 10:15:39 GMT -5
Stephen Pyke, 10h20m, October 2015 Nicki Spinks, 11h2m24s, 22 April 2017 Previous: Jane Meeks, 12h17m, 11 June 2011
Joss Naylor Lakeland Challenge: "Increasingly regarded as an old man’s Bob Graham, this route has become the benchmark challenge for the mature runner. It was inaugurated by Joss Naylor in 1990 as a fund-raising challenge to the over 50’s. In addition to completing the route, successful contenders must raise at least £100 for a charity of their choice. Joss’s challenge involves climbing 30 tops, crossing some 48 miles of mountain terrain and ascending nearly 17000 feet. The route starts in Pooley Bridge, Ullswater and finishes at Greendale Bridge, Wasdale. Each age group has a specific time limit varying between 12 and 24 hours with different times for men and women. There is no emphasis on record times and pacers are mandatory for safety reasons. Full details of the Joss Naylor Lakeland Challenge including the history, schedules and accounts by successful contenders are available on the official blog."