Pictures, Thanks, Times and Prizes 2014

Congratulations to everyone who completed the 2014 Peak District Challenge! Here are entrants completion times:

Gold 90km:

Simon Harper – 13 hours 35 minutes – UTMB points – WINNER

Alex McCann – 16 hours 25 minutes – UTMB points

Hugh Lovatt – 17 hours 55 minutes – Not verified – missed checkpoint

Rob Woolen – 18 hours 02 minutes – Not verified – missed checkpoint

Chin Yong – 19 hours 26 minutes – Not verified – missed checkpoint

Shelly Hufner – 20 hours 31 minutes  – UTMB points

Daniel Murphy – 20 hours 31 minutes – UTMB points

Ibi Esat – 21 hours 09 minutes – Not verified – missed checkpoint

Ben Warburton – 23 hours 32 minutes – UTMB points

 

Silver 80km:

Annette McQueen – 18 hours 46 minutes – WINNER

Robert Potter – 18 hours 46 minutes – WINNER

Mateo Cabello – 20 hours 10 minutes

Richard Sewell – 21 hours 45 minutes

John Woods – 21 hours 45 minutes

Paul Powerville – 22 hours 07 minutes

Ian Roger – 22 hours 36 minutes

 

Bronze 50km

Serge Semenov – 11 hours 34 minutes – WINNER

Rowan Wakeford – 11 hours 34 minutes – WINNER

Richard Lawrence – 11 hours 34 minutes – WINNER

Helen Murphy (61) – 12 hours 19 minutes

Lisa Osbourne – 12 hours 19 minutes

Aaron Banks – 12 hours 37 minutes

Alex Cresswell – 12 hours 49 minutes

Julian Cresswell – 12 hours 49 minutes

 

Copper 25km 

Anne Mildmay-White – 7 hours 16 minutes – WINNER

John Mildmay-White – 7 hours 16 minutes – WINNER

Lily Mildmay-White – 7 hours 16 minutes – WINNER

David Little – 7 hours 24 minutes

Janet Litowczuk – 7 hours 41 minutes

Sara Morgan – 7 hours 41 minutes

Helen Murphy (62) – 7 hours 41 minutes

James Chandler – 8 hours 21 minutes

Iruka Dedigama – 8 hours 32 minutes

Kalinga Ellawala – 8 hours 32 minutes

Liam Abrahamsen – 8 hours 35 minutes

Chris Lennon – 8 hours 38 minutes

Ashton Davies – 8 hours 38 minutes

Rosemary Artley – 8 hours – 40 minutes

Tricia Keenan – 8 hours 40 minutes

Pauline Sheaff – 8 hours 40 minutes

Alana Rauk – 8 hours 46 minutes

Claire Vincent – 8 hours 46 minutes

Elizabeth Barry – 8 hours 46 minutes

Michelle Carter – 8 hours 47 minutes

Nigel Fenlon – 9 hours 03 minutes

Janet Litowczuk – 9 hours 03 minutes

John Platt – 9 hours 03 minutes

Hannah Rogers – 9 hours 03 minutes

Melissa Miller – 9 hours 03 minutes

Mike Toohey – 9 hours 08 minutes

Alan Rowe – 9 hours 58 minutes

Laura Colley – 9 hours 58 minutes

Laura Hinchley – 9 hours 58 minutes

Hazel Denton – 9 hours 58 minutes

Kerry Toy – 9 hours 58 minutes

Robert Davies – 9 hours 58 minutes

Carole Boynton – 9 hours 58 minutes

Jessica Boynton – 9 hours 58 minutes

Andrew Buttle – 9 hours 58 minutes

Jake Ramsden – 9 hours 58 minutes

David Chambers – 9 hours 58 minutes

 

 

Thank you to the following organisations who supported the Peak District Challenge with prizes and materials this year, we couldn’t have done it without you!

Frog and Bucket Comedy Club have provided us with four tickets to attend one of their hilarious Manchester comedy shows!

 

 

 

Pieroth Wines have donated 4 Prestige Home Wine Tasting vouchers, RRP £99. The package includes wine tasting for up to 4 people in your own home and a complimentary bottle of their flagship wine.

 

 

Facewest, the Adventure equipment specialists, have supplied us with a Mountain Equipment Chamonix sweater worth £85!

 

Thanks to Hathersage Swimming Pool who have provided all of our participants and volunteers with half price entry to their beautiful outdoor pool.

 

Anatomy Manchester have donated 4 gift vouchers for a treatment session at their health and well-being centre. The perfect way to relax after the Peak District Challenge!

 

One of our lucky winners will be awarded a pair of Mountain Bear Ground Control fell running shoes (RRP £80) courtesy of Running Bear!

 

Nomad Travel Manchester have generously provided vouchers for all of our participants and volunteers!

 

Thank you to Unicorn Grocery for supplying with delicious fresh produce!

 

 

Outside Hathersage have kindly given us bags to house all of our goodies!

 

 

Graze have donated one of their delicious snack boxes for each of our participants and volunteers.

 

 

Go Outdoors Hathersage have generously donated a rucksack to the Peak District Challenge!

 

 

The Naked Ape are providing us with some of their high-protein paleo snacks! Perfect to keep you going on your future adventures.

 

 

Abundance Manchester have kindly donated some lovely apples to the Peak District Challenge!

 

 

Cintra’s Tea Room in Hathersage have provided us with tea-for-two at their beautiful restaurant and gardens!

 

 

 

The Co-operative Food in Netherside have generously donated food for our Challengers!

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22-23 September 2017

Please note main entries for the 2017 event have now closed.

Late entries will be accepted until Wednesday 20th September or until the event is full. Late entries will not be able to get a t-shirt.

Next year’s event:

21-22 September 2018 (Entries open Dec 2017)

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