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Victoria Wilkinson helped Great Britain win gold in the team event at the 2015 World Mountain Running Championships in Wales

Victoria Wilkinson wins world gold after answering late GB call up

Jimmy Craig of Barlick Fell Runners on his way to victory

Craig makes waves as he splashes to Muker Show Fell Race win

Wharfedale Harriers' Emma Hopkinson, left, battles to second place in the ladies race at Reeth Picture: Bruce Craig

Craig and Hopkinson earn Reeth runners-up spots

Richard Hargreaves receives the Albert Smith Trophy from President Alister Keighley

Keighley's Hargreaves wins JACS Merit for third time in five years

Settle Harriers Rachel Hill was the winner at Arncliffe Fell Race

Settle's Hill produces peak performance

Keighley and Craven's Joe Hudson won the under-12 boys race Picture: Dave Woodhead

Thrills and spills at Ambleside race

Alice Jones at the Farleton Knott Fell Race

Addison holds off Craven challengers to tie up Knott win

Ian Willis of Keighley & Craven was the surprise winner of the Cowling Gala Fell Race men's rac (33244671)

Willis is surprise winner of Cowling Gala Fell Race

Wharfedale Harriers' Ted Mason shows the effort he put in in finishing second in the senior men's at the Cracoe Fell Race Picture: Eileen Woodhead

Helena shows the boys the way home in Cracoe Fell Race

Wharfedale Harriers' Sophie Martin was the first lady home in the Silsden Murder Mile. Behind her is Alice Jones, the first under-12 girl to finish.

Adams goes close to Hall record in Silsden Murder Mile

WINNING COMBINATION: The leading finishers in the under-14 age group after the prize presentation, from left, Katie Atkinson, Louis Hudson and Joe Hudson (all Keighley & Craven), Katie Thurlow (Helm Hill), Emily Jones  and Logan Hargreaves-Madhas (both Wh

Bumpy descent for Alva competitors

Rebecca Robinson, Annie Conway, Victoria Wilkinson and Emma Clayton (31158834)

Golden return for victorious Wilkinson

Ted Mason winning Kirkby Gala Fell Race

Fifth win for champion Mason as Wharfedale athletes enjoy a gala day

Ted Mason leads his Wharfedale Harriers team-mate Jack Smith. Picture: Andy Holden

Mason pipped by home winner Addison at Helm Hill Races

Ted Mason makes his descent to victory. Picture: Dave Woodhead

Ted Mason fells his rivals with dash to victory

Hebden's Victoria Wilkinson secures European Championship place

Hebden's Victoria Wilkinson secures European Championship place

Lund shows promise in Hyde Park race

Lund shows promise in Hyde Park race

Race winner Sam Smith Picture: Estelle Willis

Wharfedale's Sam Smith fells rivals in Coniston Gullies

Wharfedale's Jack Smith  Picture: Geoff Thompson

Winder-ful performance by Wharfedale's Smith

Keighley & Craven's Hannah Thom, left, with her team silver medal from the under-18 girls' race at the UK Counties Athletic Union's Inter-County Fell Running Championship at Betwys-y-Coed in north Wales. Alongside her are sisters Joanne (centre) and Lucy

Keighley & Craven athletes help white rose team bloom in North Wales

Lightfoot hot foots it to Three Peaks and triumphs again

Lightfoot hot foots it to Three Peaks and triumphs again

Victoria Wilkinson

Wilkinson looks to chase Three Peaks record

Y8 Champions Laurie Petrucci, Jonny Thompson, Matthew Kenneth, Joel Phillip, Will Thompson & Will Taylor.

Ermysted's sparkle in North of England Cross Country Championships

Ruby Firth on her way to the under-12 girls title

Skipton Girls High School's Katie Atkinson and Ruby Firth sparkle to win North Yorkshire titles

Katie Atkinson

Katie claims runner-up spot as Keighley & Craven triumph

Do the 'Wallybot': Youngsters perform their own version of Mo Farah's 'Mobot' dressed as Where's Wally characters in the Silsden New Year Fun Run Pictures: Andy Holden

There's Wally and Superman in Silsden's fun runs

ALL SET: From left to right: Emma Yiu, Joel Dalby, Sue Marshall, Brian Hugill, Helen Lindley, Angela Dowbiggin, Neil Maloney (kneeling), James Kirkpatrick, Emma Newbould, Ben Davies, Mel Ives, Alastair Wallace, Melanie Steventon, Hilary Seward, Derek Ives

Hats off to Skipton's Hood at winter League meeting

Katie Atkinson on her way to victory

Katie Atkinson leads the way as Skipton Girls High School win two national title

Matthew Kenneth was the top finisher for Ermysted's juniors

Ermysted's go fourth with strong display in English Schools Championships

Katie Atkinson was a winner again

Craven athletes collect six individual and six team titles

Ermysted's victorious Year 7/8 team. From left: Charlie Wood, Tom Horsley, Matthew Kenneth, Louis Hudson, Harvey Lewis, Will Thompson & Jonny Thompson

Atkinson and Matthew romp to victories as Skipton Girls High School and Ermysted's enjoy team success

Thomas Nelson on his way to victory in the under-17 race at Wasdale Picture: Geoff Thompson.

Sunshine and rainbows for final fell race of BOFRA season

Helen Wright

Helen's on the Wright path

SILVER SUCCESS: From left, Lucy Fryers, Angelina Bairstow and Katie Atkinson

Glory on the road for Keighley & Craven trio

AWESOME FOURSOME: Long Preston’s Mary Wilkinson helped GB ladies win silver medals at the World Mountain Running Championships in Italy. From left: Katie Walshaw, Emma Clayton, Wilkinson and Rebecca Robinson Picture: Giancarlo Colombo/FIDAL

World Championship silver for Wilkinson, who is on song in Casette di Massa

Duncan Birtwhistle on his way to victory at Embsay Picture: Eileen Woodhead

Birtwhistle is Crag fast as he clinches Embsay victory

Victoria Wilkinson is a double champion

Hebden's Victoria Wilkinson is crowned British and English champion

Wharfedale Harriers Kirsty Hall. Picture: Andy Holden

Bailey ends Mason's winning run

Ted Mason, seen here on his way to victory at Muker, won again at Bradley. Picture: Andy Holden

Champions Mason takes top spot at Bradley

Thomas Nelson and Ruiadh Mon Williams battle it out at Reeth

Wharfedale's Jack Smith wins at Reeth

Emma Hopkinson and Mark Addison

Addison makes his mark at Ambleside

Emma Hopkinson on the descent

Ted and Emma maintain their winning streaks

Will Atkinson and Jack Muir Picture: Dave Woodhead

Jack is the ace in Cowling Gala race

Ellamae Gibson was the first and only under-17 girl finisher

Might Mason conquers Scottish race

James Hall smashed the course record. Picture: Dave Woodhead

James Hall murders course record as he wins at Silsden

Ian Holmes

Local clubs shine in Bradford Millennium relay

Will Smith (centre) and Craig Shearer (right) were first and third in the Full Bronte 5

Track and field juniors shine

Victoria Wilkinson on her way to a new record

Victoria Wilkinson smashes course record

Victoria Wilkinson runs past Ribblehead Viaduct on the way to the fourth fastest time by a woman in the Three Peaks Race

Wilkinson wins Three Peaks Race but misses out on cash bonus

Hugh Symonds and Jasmin Paris were winners in 2013

Norwegian lights up Three Peaks entries

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