URSULA MOORE became the first ever York Knavesmire Harriers runner to complete the 66-mile Bob Graham Round.

The route saw Moore traverse 42 of the Lake District’s highest fells in under 24 hours, beginning and ending at the Moot Hall in Keswick, with Skiddaw, Scafell Pike and Helvellyn just three of the mountains climbed along the way.

Setting off in the dark at 2am on Saturday, Moore returned to Keswick before midnight to record a time of 21-and-a-half-hours.

She was assisted along the way by an enthusiastic support crew, some of whom were fell runners from Knavesmire Harriers.

During the last 60 years, less than 2,500 people have completed the round and become members of the Bob Graham club. The ladies record stands at 14 hours and 34 minutes.