Todmorden Harriers faced two very different long distance challenges at the weekend.
On Saturday, five Harriers completed the classic Three Peaks Race. The 24-mile route took in the iconic Yorkshire peaks of Ingleborough, Pen-Y-Ghent and Whernside.
Nick Barber led the way for the club with Dwane Dixon keeping the pressure up all the way round as they finished in 3:38:13 and 3:46:51 respectively.
Peter Bowles completed the course in 4:13:51 with Andy McFie and Ben Crowther following over the line just seconds behind.
Almost 5,000 runners braved the heavy rain and strong winds as the Manchester Marathon made a return on Sunday.
John Lloyd finished his first attempt at the marathon distance of 26.2 miles in a time of 2:55:31 for 38th position.
It was also a first marathon for Kevin Coughlan who completed the course in 3:40:41 with Mel Robertson finishing not far behind in 3:41:58, beating her London Marathon time from a year ago by over 30 minutes, to claim fifth vet50 female.