Results from tonights fell race are now on the website, follow the link from Race Results
No running involved but thought I'd mention this as it's in Mercialand (well, Radnor anway). Anyone at a loose end and fancying a wander up a nice heathery hill, please get in touch.
Further details will be updated on the Triggers Forum: http://gagb.co.uk/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=19
The Latest series results for are now available to view on the results page of the website
The last I hear everyone had made it up Carrantuohill, Ireland's highest peak via the Devils Ladder Route and at 11:00pm last night they where all down the pup drinking the local brew either that or fast asleep in the corner after another epic trip, we'll done everyone concerned and safe journey home today, I'm sure a full report will follow on the adventure of the weekend
The team made it to ferry and headed out across the Irish Sea for the last two peaks of the challenge, they will have driven through Belfast and down the coast to Newcastle, setting off runing at first light over Donard Bridge up a wooded glen, this is the shortest of the runs they will do over the weekend, its about 3mile but rises steeply all the way from sea level to the summit at 853m, navigation is made easy by first following the Glen River to the saddle between Slieve Commedagh and Slieve Donnard, you then turn left and follow The Mourne Wall, a 2m high dry stone wall that encircles the