Competitor's Own Stories
are some great stories and pictures. Please send us links to blogs
and stories you have written about your LAMM weekend in the Beinn
Dearg hills to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are offering a prize for the best blog.
you also took some photographs during the event, don't forget
the LAMM Photo Competition. We will offer 2 prizes of Lowe
Alpine kit for best digital photographs taken by competitors while
the event is in progress. The two categories are best photo of
LAMMers in action and best scenic photo (which should also include
a few competitors). The photos will be displayed on the website.
Please only send a maximum of 2 of your very best photos and
no bigger than 0.8MB. Email them to email@example.com.
Williams - http://www.haydnwilliams.com/blog/lamm-2011-beinn-dearg
Accompanied by Ben, they finished 22nd on the C. Great pictures
Jenneson - http://www.invergarrylodge.co.uk/site/2011/lowe-alpine-mountain-marathon
by Ian, they finished 7th on the C course. It was their 1st LAMM.
Firth - http://www.cloudyskiesandrain.com/2011/lowe-alpine-mountain-marathon-2011-beinn-dearg
Accompanied by Scott were placed 47th on the B. Great pictures.
Winter - http://stickless.blogspot.com/2011/06/lamm.html
competitor with Parkinson's Disease has written a very full and
interesting blog post on her two days at the LAMM. She got round
the D course (taking in 2 Munros on the way) in 79th place in
a combined time of 20:03:51 (which makes the score look like a
walk in the park).
Cooper and Sally Ozanne - http://www.planetfear.com/news/LAMM_2011_Report_2700.html
Over at the Planet Fear website, Ant and Sally racing as team
Planet Fear were 23rd in the B class
Gilbert - http://www.digilbert.co.uk/newsarticle.asp?id=136
Partnered with Susie Allison, they were 13th and
first ladies on the C course
Cheesewright - http://teacake-kate.blogspot.com/2011/06/lowe-alpine-mountain-marathon.html
Lives in Cheshire but seems to spend every weekend in Scotland.
Jon Brooke met her twice before at events he has been photographing
this year, the Strathpuffer (24 hour mountain bike race in January!)
and the Highlander MM. This year she was 54th in the C class with
Jane Owen-Pam and you can read of her many adventures on
foot, mountain bike and skis, including the LAMM.
George - http://heliospanoptes.blogspot.com/2011/06/mountains-and-molehills.html
66th in the Score class with her partner Penny Clay. She
has some particularly evocative B&W photos of the event over
at her blog The Thin Line That Leads Us, which also includes articles
on her sea kayaking and travelling
Rawlik - http://www.carnethy.com/reports/2011/rep_lamm2011.html
With partner Ondrej Mandula was 4th in the elite has
posted his write up on the Carnethy website along with that of
Cameron Scott who with Stewart Barrie was 44th in
the Score - Carnethy Hill Running Club as always had a whole bunch
of competitors in the event
Fallon - http://stevenfallon.blogspot.com/2011_06_01_archive.html
Has his own blog where he has written a report on his win in the
score with yet another Carnethy runner, Jon Ascroft
Duff - http://www.northumberlandfellrunners.co.uk/html/racereports/2011/LAMM.html
Report and nice photos. John was 16th in the A class with his
partner Paul Hainsworth. It can be found over at the Northumberland
Fell Runners site
By Foreign Teams
Pérez Mélida - http://demonfit.com/2011/06/low-alpine-mountain-marathon-lo-que-mata-es-la-humedad
you want to practice your Spanish, or French, or Swedish, have
a look at by 36th B class with Ramon Garcia-Catalan
Fitchie and Hugues Lacroix - http://val-en-cavale.blogspot.com/2011_06_01_archive.html
Somoene named "Val" recounts Martin & Hugues exploits!
and Peter - http://teamrockrunners.blogspot.com/2011_06_01_archive.html
the most detailed control by control account from our Swedish
friends from team Rockrunners at And even if you don't speak Swedish
you should look at this via Google translator, which adds a certain
something to the account, as per this extract "On the way
to the start we had to map the size of an oil drum lid as usual.
But this year there were already all checks drawn on the map which
would make it easier for everyone to find just the control that
coordinates described. We got on the bus that would take us to
the start which was about 20 minutes away up the valley. We trudged
over to the man who would launch us and after a quick pee so we
squeaked up time."