The Durham City international will line up in a record field running for Scottish club Hunters Bog Trotters in an attempt to improve on fifth place when the championships were last held on the same course two years ago.
What does HBT stand for?
HBT stands for Hunters Bog Trotters (running club; Scotland, UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Steven, who runs for the Hunters Bog Trotters club, added: "I was very angry at first.
There have to be winners and, while Scottish raider Charles Hutchinson from the aptly-named Hunters Bog Trotters club took the major honours, everyone who managed to run, walk or, dare I say it, crawl across the line, can proudly claim to be winners on a day when the mercury soared to temperatures unheard of for many a year.
It was really annoying to finish second for I felt I was going really well," said the Durham City Harrier, who was running in the colours of her Scottish outfit Hunters Bog Trotters.
Flying doctor Sam Smith took the honours in the Moel Wnion fell-race at Aber, but the ladies' race was dominated by members of the Scottish club Hunters Bog Trotters, who recorded a 1-2-3.
The highest-placed women's team was Hunters Bog Trotters, 37th in 04.
It was a clean sweep for athletes from the region who lined up for their Scottish clubs, with Raven - also of Chester-le-Street - competing for Central AC, and Durham City's North East champion Smith running in the colours of Hunters Bog Trotters.
Into a strong headwind however, Ward, who won the race on his only previous visit in 2004 and runs for the Hunters Bog Trotters Club, dug deep into his reserves and, with the finish rapidly approaching, significantly cut back the deficit.