ILKLEY Harrier Tom Adams has set another course record.

In the final Race You to the Summit race, covering seven kilometres and 260 metres of ascent near Littleborough, Adams clocked a new best of 27min 29sec, heading the 99 finishers.

Pauline Munro, who is a Harriers newcomer but a very experienced and accomplished runner, won the women's race at the Sheffield 10k on Sunday.

She was 31st overall and first vet 45 in a time of 37min 52 sec in what is a hard course with climbing all the way to the six-kilometre mark.

Neil Bloor took part in the Macclesfield Forest Off-Road Duathlon on Saturday, coming second vet 50 in 2hr 6min.

Lucy Williamson won first lady in the Penrhyn Park Run in 19min 57sec, while Petra Bijsterveld tackled the Snowdonia Marathon on the same day.

With tremendous support from the spectators, she finished in 4hr 50min 31sec, which was well within her five-hour target.

The course is a clockwise circuit of Snowdon, predominantly on the road but with two rough track sections and three major climbs (2744 ft of ascent).

The first climb starts two miles in and lasts for two miles to Pen y Pass, followed by a long descent to Beddgelert. Another two-mile climb follows and there is a flattish section to Waunfawr at 22 miles.

The final steep climb is four miles from the finish (2.5 miles), followed by an even steeper descent to the finish in Llanberis.

Steve Murray managed a personal best of 43min 11sec in the Bradford City Runs 10K on Sunday, despite a hilly course.

In the Bradford City Half Marathon, consisting of four hilly laps, Simon Jenkins also managed a personal best of 1hr 40min 31sec and Louise Airey was 97th in 1:54:54.

There were some outstanding performances from the Harriers at the West Yorkshire Cross-Country race at Nunroyd Park on Sunday.

Jack Wood was seventh senior man home in 37min 30sec, while Tim Ashelford, Paul Carmen and Dave Westhead were all close together, followed by Steve Weston, Mark Iley, Ben Joynson, Arthur Reilly and Andrew Sheldon.

Jemima was 11th in the ladies' senior race and second under 19 years.

Kate Archer, Sally Malir and Lucy Haines all came in the top 50, followed by a further 12 Harriers!

The ladies were fifth team and the men tenth team.

Senior men (1 36:50 Daniel Garbutt, Skyrac): 7 37:30 Jack Wood, 58 43:11 Tim Ashelford, 62 43:26 Paul Carmen, 64 43:27 Dave Westhead, 92 45:54 Steve Weston, 102 47:11 Mark Iley, 105 47:25 Ben Joynson, 123 49:36 Arthur Reilly, 124 49:54 Andrew Sheldon, 169 finished.

Senior ladies (1 23:33 Katie Walshaw, Holmfirth): 11 25:29 Jemima Elgood, 25 26:52 Kate Archer, 42 28:09 Sally Malir, 50 28:48 Lucy Haines, 54 29:09 Jann Smith, 70 30:44 Mary Gibbons, 71 30:46 Anna Nolan, 73 30:55 Tracey Watson, 78 31:18 Lucy Jacques, 94 33:26 Alison Bennett, 97 34:28 Gaenor Coy, 98 34:43 Elizabeth Westhead, 106 36:55 Julie Elmes, 108 37:37 Sue Williamson, 112 38:58 Kate Lofthouse, 113 39:08 Jacqui Weston, 116 finished.