Macclesfield Harriers & Athletic Club

The fell running manager is Graham Brown - Contact_Details

Teggs Nose Fell Race - Results

This year's Teggs Nose fell race was won by Malcolm Fowler from Cheshire Hill Racers with Andy Lamont from Macclesfield Harriers in 2nd place. First lady was Kate Burge from Stafford Harriers with Janet Hatton from Macclesfield 3rd lady.

Thanks to all the marshals and helpers.

For full results, click on the read more link below, or as an excel spreadsheet .

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Forest 5 - 19 July - results

Thanks to Pete Nolan and his team of helpers for putting on this friendly race. Sounds like over £300 was raised for the Alder Hey Children's hospital, this year's selected charity.

Smile RESULTS NOW IN!!!! click on the read more link below...

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Tour De Taxal - Wed Night Fell Event

Next Wednesday (5th July), Phil Cheek invites you to partake in the "Tour de Taxal". This is an Orienteering  event (easy) with an additional mental challenge (also easy). Solo or pairs. Bring a pen or pencil, map supplied. Start between 6 & 7 pm to suit yourself & to allow any footie fans to get away in time to watch Portugal v Brazil!!!! There may even be a prize...

Venue:   Pym Chair car park

Bollington Nostalgia Run - Results

Full results in Word doc format. When I first received these, some Harriers were down as "unattached". I've editted the file accordingly, please let me know of any other changes needed.

Important - Fell Race Rules

It's great to see a number of the regular "roadies" out on the hills, but after an embarrassing incident at Boar's Head last week, can all club runners please be aware of some of the rules associated with fell races. The most important being that if you retire, you must report to the organisers that you are doing so. Failure to do so may result in searches being instigated as all registered runners must be accounted for.

The other rule that people may fall foul of is carrying safety kit - this is compulsory on category A medium and long races, and at the organiser's discretion at others. Bottom line is always be prepared by having waterproof top and bottoms, compass, whistle and map handy.

Full rules can be found on the FRA website - safety rules and rules for competition .