JK2019 Middle Distance Prizewinners, credit: Iain Shepherd
The 2019 took place in central Southern England from April 19th - 22nd.
The weather was exceptionally warm and dry, and everything about the competition was very good, except the results service and timing which were not up to it.
(It's late Tuesday evening now, and "All results are now under review and will be published as soon as they are validated.")
Top three in the Women's Overall enjoying the weather, credit: Iain Shepherd
Assembly, Day 2, credit Wendy Carlyle
In the women's: Megan Carter-Davies won the overall based on the two forest races combined, and the sprint. Cat Taylor, managing rehabilitation from injury won the middle and was in the second placed team in the relay.
Megan Carter-Davies finishes the 12.1km + 340m climb long race
Cat Taylor runs in at the Middle (credit: Steve Rush)
In the men's: Chris Smithard won the overall - by 7 seconds from Peter Bray - and was in the winning relay team. The sprint was taken by Will Gardner gaining a first individual JK medal - and Will added second in the long and third overall, and was in the third placed team in the relay. Peter Hodkinson won the middle from Graham Gristwood, with neither taking on the long race (or the sprint), and Graham being in the winning relay team.
Chris Smithard finishes the 17.8km + 500m climb long race
Peter Bray runs in at the Middle (credit: Steve Rush)
On The Red Line Reports:
credit: Rob Lines
credit: Rob Lines
photo credit: Rob Lines
Edinburgh University winners of the JK Womens premier relay, credit: Rob Lines
JK Womens premier relay prizegiving, credit: Rob Lines
Forth Valley winners of the JK Trophy relay, credit: Rob Lines
JK Trophy relay prizegiving, credit: Rob Lines