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Traditionally, the fast forward of daylight saving in March sees the return of lighter evenings and the start of the hotly anticipated Trunce series. Described as "a one off race in true cross country style" cannot be argued, it is truly unique. The organisers own quote solidified by the 347 participants that huddled the start line on Monday night. There was just one thing missing..... daylight. In true Yorkshire style the skies blackened and the rain fell in biblical proportions. Rose W was the only GV representitive and battled through the quagmire and thigh deep (in places) river crossings to a 24/85 female result, bagging 3 series points in the process.
Well done Rose, you certainly appear to be enjoying the experience!
Photo by Steve Frith (please support this excellent cause).
Posted on: Thursday, April 02, 2015