Tracey Brindley

Tracey Brindley (born 25 August 1972[1]) is a British runner who has been a medallist at the World Mountain Running Trophy and a national fell running champion.

Brindley won the individual bronze and a team gold medal at the World Trophy in Girdwood, Alaska, in 2003.[2] She improved her individual result to second place at the 2005 World Trophy which was held in Wellington.[3]

She won the over-35 women’s race at the World Masters Mountain Running Championships in 2007[4] and finished second in the mountain race at the Commonwealth Mountain and Ultradistance Running Championships in 2011.[5]

Domestically, Brindley’s fell race wins include the Three Peaks[6] and Snowdon.[7] In 2004, she was both British fell running champion[8] and Scottish Athletics hill running champion.[9]

She has also competed in road running, winning the Morpeth To Newcastle Road Race in 1999[10] and the Inverness Half Marathon in 2001.[11]

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