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May 29

North Lincs Adventure Challenge Results

Sunday the 29th May saw competitors arrive from all over UK to compete in the 10th Annual North Lincs Adventure Challenge. North Lincs Adventure Challenge is an adventure race which is run annually on the bank holiday weekend towards the end of May. There are three disciplines consisting of: a 36 kilometre cycle race on the roads around Brigg, two laps in a canoe or kayak around the Brigg ‘Island’ and a 10K trail run finishing in Brigg Market Place. The day look set to see some rain, however a hellish wind ensured it stayed dry for the most part.

The Race started with the 36 kilometre bike leg with all competitors setting of at 1 minute intervals. Last years winner Steve Clark setting off with the pressure of having the No.1 on his back posted a blistering 52:35, so the race was on. The wind seemed to blow from all directions except from behind!

The kayak leg saw Josh Hook post a brilliant 50:28 followed by newcomer Ian Smith with a blistering 51:23 only beaton by Andy Grimwood who was competing in a team with a 48:04.

On to the run and it was now between Steve Clark and Matt Stephenson for the overall honors. Steve had the advantage and Matt was running like a Steam Train to try and make up lost ground, eventually posting a wicked 38:53. This was not enough to make up the defecit on Senor Clark and Steve took the top spot for the third year in a row missing out on the course record by only a minute.

Peter Chappill and Andy Yeadon received an “Outstanding Achievement Award” for having competed in all 10 of the Adventure Challenge Races.

The days racing was a success and ran smoothly thanks to Andy Veitch who has taken over as Race Director after many great years at the hands of Ken Collier. A big thank you to everyone that helped organise, marshall, registrations, goody bags and support the race. See you next year.

  • 1st Place – Steve Clark – LiNCSQUAD – 2:26:43
  • 2nd Place – Matt Stephenson – Stockport – 2:29:42
  • 3rd Place – Ian Smith – Herefordshire – 2:31:20
  • 4th Place – Peter Connolly –  LiNCSQUAD – 2:38:18
  • 5th Place – Phil Binch – LiNCSQUAD -2:38:50
  • 1st Lady – Alison Deykin – LiNCSQUAD – 3:10:15
  • 1st Team – Tony Yeats and Andy Grimwood – 2:42:29

(Course Record – John Parker – Worcester Canoe Club – 2:25:43) 

FULL RESULTS HERE

Previous Adventure Challenge Results

Some photos taken by Mick Hardie from today.
Some photos taken by Ben Nobbs from today.

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  1. Paul Carvill

    Well done Steve, good effort. Also a big shout out to everyone else, tough day 🙂

  2. Paul Barley

    Great day and well organised event, a big thank you to all marshalls especially the marshall you tried in vane to fix my broke chain more than once and the marshall that gave me and my bike a lift back to the transition area enabling me to complete the remaining two events.

    Enjoyed the morning, again well done all.

    A very welcoming club.

  3. Mat Stephenson

    Great race today, and thoroughly enjoyed it all. Thanks to everyone involved in the organisation. Wish I could have stayed for the evening. See you at the Bomber!

  4. Andy Yeadon

    Thanks and well done to the organisers, an excellent event.
    Along with Pete Chappill, I have also completed all 10 events and stll got all the T shirts!

  5. steve

    10 out 10 great effort that Andy, 11 out 11 next year then.

    Great race once again next event Brigg Bomber 10th July get your entries in teams of solos welcome

  6. Andy Yeadon

    Just a note to say thanks to the committee for beautiful inscribed plate, Steve presented to me at the recent Burringham Duathlon. It is a fantastic memento and on I shall cherish

    Many Thanks

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