We are based at the Baildon Rugby & Cricket Sports Club on Jenny Lane, Baildon. 

We meet on Thursdays at 7pm at the cricket pavilion for our main club run.  The routes are planned so we all meet back at the sports club at approximately the same time.  Showers are available in the cricket pavilion and afterwards we unwind with a few drinks and food in the bar.

We train on Saturdays at 10am at Titus Salt School car park, Higher Coach Road - for beginners and Improvers

We also train on Tuesdays at 6.30pm, meeting at the car park on Jenny Lane. Our sessions include speed work, circuits, hill reps, track work at UAK on the first Tuesday of the month and more!e Meeting

BAILDON RUNNERS

 

​​​​©  2019 Baildon Runners     ​​​​© Photos by Col Morley and others

 

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Baildon compete at the British Fell Relays for the first time!

October 21, 2018

"15 years ago  remember marshalling at the Fell Relays and thinking how sad it was that Baildon would probably never get a team together for the event. Interest in fell running was so low at the club that I had to join Calder Valley!
It’s fantastic to see the way that interest, numbers and talent have grown since then. Well done to all! This really marks another important milestone in the development of the club as an off-road force."

 

The words of a fellow Phillip Jones yesterday after Baildon Runners competed in the British Fell Relays 2018, finishing 185th overall.

Leg 1 was fully marked and run by Andy Robinson who regretted his decision of wearing just a vest! Leg 2 run by Ben Watson and James Wright, with James getting so excited he ran a little too fast down hill and had to use his chin to slow himself down!. Leg 3 required Emma Wilkins and Andy Price to navigate using a map they had only been given minutes after starting their leg, and finally Jeff Singleton ran the final leg which included all the best bits of the Lakes ; huge climbs and steep technical descents!

 

Well done to all of the team who faced consistent drizzle and low visibility as they completed their races in the mountains. Nice to see a nice big 'BAILDON RUNNERS' flag next to the finishing line too!

 

 

 

 

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