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Weekend review: June 9 & 10, 2012

by Editor
Monday 11th June 2012
 
 

Saturday, June 9, 2012

Naden Valley 6 Mile Multi-Terrain Race

Naden Valley 6 Mile Multi-Terrain Race © Ian Slater

Photos, l-r: Paper House Bridge. Mark Walker and junior winner Ben Johnson. Richard Worlmald (24)and John Mayall (18) © Ian Slater

Last weekend marked the eighteenth and probably wettest Naden Valley Multi-terrain race, Rochdale. During a weekend when parts of the UK were cut off due to flooding, the race went ahead with a few modifications taking account of the conditions.

The six-mile, undulating course started in Norden village near the Pennines, and took in three laps of the Naden Valley conservation area, before returning to the village. Along the way competitors faced lots of hills, several stile climbs and wooden bridges.

Naden Valley 6 Mile Multi-Terrain Race © Ian Slater

Photos, l-r: Emma Coverley (46) , Tracey Wilcox (44) and Andrea Wragg (45). Women's race winner Jacqui Khoueiry © Ian Slater

John Mayall commented “The conditions were awful out there today, making it great fun. Before the race we developed a kind of Dunkirk spirit, knowing we just had to get round and not to worry too much about the times. Several paths had turned into streams and on one section walking was compulsory for safety reasons. It was brilliant!”.

The race was won by Rossendale junior Danny Walsh in a terrific 40 min 25 sec, with John Lloyd and Paul Branningan, both from Todmorden Harriers, taking second and third.

The ladies winner was Jacqui Khoueiry of Holmfirth Harriers, posting 49 min 12 sec. This was all the more impressive because she had competed in the Norden 6 Mile Road race in strong wind, rain and fog only the night before as part of the Rochdale Harriers Three Day Event. Rochdale’s Jan Needham was next (49:12), followed by Catherine Wilson from Rossendale (54:19).

Naden Valley 6 Mile Multi-Terrain Race © Ian Slater

Photos: Ian Roberts shows how it's done © Paul McGlynn. Race winner Danny Walsh © Ian Slater

Men's results

1 Danny Walsh Rossendale Harriers 40:25
2 John Lloyd Todmorden Harriers 40:42
3 Paul Brannigan Todmorden Harriers 41:53

 

Women's results

1 Jacqui Khoueiry Holmfirth Harriers 49:12
2 Jan Needham Rochdale Harriers 49:35
3 Catherine Wilson Rossendale Harriers 54:19

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Chippenham Harriers 5 Mile Road Race

The rain held off for the inaugural running of the Chippenham Harriers 5 Mile Road Race. Over 90 competitors lined up at Chippenham Rugby Club to run the 5 mile race which followed a scenic route out towards Biddestone Village.

The £50 cash first male prize, sponsored by Norman E Webb Ltd, was claimed by Simon Nott from Calne Running Club in a time of 26:40, just 20 seconds off the course record. Peter Marritt from Southampton City AC (28:42), finished second, ahead of Stuart Henderson from Corsham Running Club (29:16). The male veteran prize was claimed by the Chippenham Harriers’ own Jeremy Coward in a time of 29:55.

Bristol and West AC’s Nicola Brookland claimed the £50 cash prize in the female race in a time of 30:26, also claiming the first female veteran prize. Wotton Bassett Hounds Sam Kelly finish second (32:03) ahead of the Chippenham Harriers own Melanie Blackman (34:46). First senior female was Debbie Jones also from the Chippenham Harriers (34:55).

There was a big turnout from the Wotton Bassett Hounds who claimed both the men’s and ladies team prizes. The men’s team prize was won by Brian Cooke (31:17), Jason Parr (32:45), Dan Stephens (34:44) and Martin Cooper (34:49). Sam Kelly (32:03), Michelle Leighton (35:16), Dawn Mccafferty (38:56) and Lorraine Ferris (41:21) claimed the ladies prize.

There was also a good turnout for the Family Fun Runs with 65 runners taking part in either the half or full mile races.

The next Chippenham Harriers is the Club’s annual 5k River Run and Fun Run which takes place on Wednesday 11th July 2012. Click here for details.

Men's results

1 Simon NOTT Calne Rrunning Club 26:40
2 Peter MARRITT Southampton City AC 28:42
3 Stuart HENDERSON Corsham Running Club 29:16

 

Women's results

1 Nicola BROOKLAND Bristol & West AC 30:26
2 Sam KELLY Wootton Bassett Hounds 32:03
3 Melanie BLACKMAN Chippenham Harriers 34:46

 

Click here for full results of the 5 mile race

For results of the fun runs: Click here for U7s, Click here for U15s

 

 

Isle of Skye Half-Marathon

Isle of Skye Half-Marathon

We had a fantastic day here on Skye with fabulous blue Skye weather. There was a super turnout of runners with almost 260 people taking part in the Half Marathon and over 100 in the fun run.

The winner Paul Arcari dominated the event and finished well clear of the field in 1:12:29. There were excellent efforts from Gordon Lennox (Forres) and Greig Gelndinning in second and third.

Sheenagh MacLullich of Edinburgh AC took the ladies title beating Joanne Foley and Catriona Fraser into second and third place. Jeremy Rossiter and Josephine MacDonald took the respective local male and female titles. With Josephine competing in her first ever Half Marathon!

Well done to all who participated and thanks very much to all who volunteered to help today and made the event a great success.

Men's results

1 Paul Arcari Kilbarchan AAC 1.12.29
2 Gordon Lennox Forres H 1.18.39
3 Greig Glendinning Bellahouston RR 1.19.22

 

Women's results

1 Sheenagh MacLullich Edinburgh AC 1.37.58
2 Joanne Foley Unatt 1.40.53
3 Catriona Fraser Inverness H 1.40.54

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Dechmont Law 10km Trail Race and Fun Run

Dechmont Law was shrouded in mist on Sunday giving ideal running conditions but there was a sense of unease from those that recalled the Dechmont Alien UFO sighting of 1979. The first event was the Fun Run with over 30 entrants. First back was Callum Clark in 08:33

The 10km Trail Run this year had a slightly different route at the start bringing the course up to the advertised 10km. An extra loop brought the runners back past the start after the first kilometre before they disappeared into the mists. The underfoot conditions were good on the paths but soft on some of the woodland trails. With the revised course new course best times were set.

At the finish runners received mementos, goody bag, fruit and clooty dumpling - a tradition for this event which has now entered its second decade.

Cloe Cox Ladies Winner ahead of Ultra Veteran Winner Charlie McDougall

Photo: Cloe Cox Ladies Winner ahead of Ultra Veteran Winner Charlie McDougall

Men's results

1 Mark Johnston Bellahouston Harriers 36:30
2 Grant Wilkie Corstorphine AAC 37:13
3 Huw Jones Hunters Bog Trotters 37:55

 

Women's results

1 Cloe Cox Lothian Running Club 41:05
2 Susan Ridley Edinburgh Athletic Club 42:29
3 Yana Thandrayen Portobello Running Club 45:29

 

Full results are available on the web site http://www.lothianrunningclub.co.uk/?page_id=3558

 

 

The South Downs Trail Marathon

The South Downs Trail Marathon was blessed with a window of good weather either side of absolute downpours. Setting the routes on Thursday and Friday the Downs had a river flowing down every pathway, yet on race day it was predominantly dry as if it had never rained and with 17C temperatures it was perfect trail running weather.

The marathon started at Slindon College near Arundel and made its way through National Trust forest to meet the South Downs Way at the 5.5mile drink station and then headed west for 21 miles to finish in Queen Elizabeth Country Park near Petersfield.

Starting in QE Park was the first ever South Downs Half Marathon which started with a tough climb up infamous Butser Hill with rewarding views from the top as the runners descended back through the start area and along the Staunton Way to join the marathon route after 10 miles.

The outstanding runs on the day were with Julian Manning winning the half marathon by 6mins and Nina Griffiths finishing 4th overall as first female, while in the full marathon Paul Jegou was outstanding winning by seven minutes and Naomi Tier finishing a remarkable third overall.

Men's marathon results

1 Paul Jegou 3:02:49
2 Thomas Adams 3:09:16
3 Paul Bennett 3:11:15


Women's marathon results

1 Naomi Tier 3:11:13
2 Jane Fanning 3:25:15
3 Annabelle Stearns 3:30:28

 

Men's half marathon results

1 Julian Manning 1:23:49
2 Richard Newey 1:29:58
3 James Briercliffe 1:30:53

 

Women's half marathon results

1 Nina Griffith 1:31:37
2 Liz Hartney 1:33:53
3 Yasmin Chaudhri 1:36:57

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Dartmoor Discovery Ultra Marathon

Bideford AC’s John Ward smashed the Dartmoor Discovery (DD) ultramarathon course record on Saturday (9 June), storming round the 32-mile circuit in a blistering 3:33:36 and knocking more than two-and-a-half minutes off the previous record.

Mike Feighan, who set the existing record of 3:36:18 in 2002, also posted his time in a Bideford vest, proving that the hills of north Devon are an admirable training round for the challenge of the DD, which takes in some of the stiffest hill climbs and descents to be found on the UK ultramarathon scene. Starting and finishing in Princetown in the heart of Dartmoor, the DD is the UK’s longest single-lap road race and attracts top ultra distance runners, as well as a growing number of determined enthusiasts spanning all ages and a wide range of abilities.

It was a particularly good day for John, who was running the DD for the first time, making his achievement even more notable in an event that is often won by runners who have experience of its daunting nature. In addition to his overall winner’s trophy, John picked up a clutch of MV40 category, course record and newcomer awards totalling £215. He finished ahead of DD veteran and 2010 winner Dave Stone, of the Exmouth Harriers, who clocked 3:43:59 to take second place. Third-placed Crawley AC runner Paul Navesey crossed the line in 3:46:34.

The DD is organised by Newton Abbot-based running club the Teignbridge Trotters, who took over the race in 2010, when the previous organiser announced his retirement, casting doubt over the future of the well-loved event. The 2012 race has proved more popular than ever before, with a record 175 finishers conquering the gruelling course.

Teignbridge Trotters Chairman Roger Hayes, who is also the DD’s Race Director, said: ‘The weekend was another massive success, from the Friday night pasta party right through to the after-race disco. But the stand-out moment had to be John Ward’s superb new course record. His achievement proves that this event offers top runners a chance to perform at their very best in one of the country’s toughest running environments. At the same time, this year’s record number of finishers demonstrates that ultramarathons and the DD in particular are growing in popularity for the wider community of runners who are looking for that special challenge. But none of this would be possible without the huge army of helpers that make the event what it is. I take my hat off to them. Roll on next year!’

The Ladies’ event produced a stunning performance from another newcomer to the race, as Truro Running Club’s Isobel Wykes powered round the hilly course in 4:07:32 – just a few minutes adrift of the female course record. Ellie Sutcliffe, running for the Teignbridge Trotters, came second in 4:27:02, bettering her 2011 time. Unattached runner Rachel Tuck finished third in 4:31:46.

Men's results

1 John WARD Bideford AC 3:33:36
2 Dave STONE Exmouth Harriers 3:43:59
3 Paul NAVESEY Crawley AC 3:46:34

 

Women's results

1 Isobel WYKES Truro Running Club 4:07:32
2 Ellie SUTCLIFFE Teignbridge Trotters 4:27:02
3 Rachel TUCK   4:31:46

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Sunday, June 10, 2012

Southend Half-Marathon

2012 Southend Half-Marathon

The Southend Half Marathon is run in aid of Havens Hospices and is one of the charity’s biggest fundraising events. Over 1500 runners lined up at Shoebury East Beach, before completing the 13.1 mile route along the towns coastal paths, where the public lined the streets to cheer the runners on.

The route which is flat and traffic free is perfect for a PB and attracts both experienced Half marathon runners and those new to the distance. At the same time 238 fun runners took part in the family friendly 3km BTMK Fun Run, which took place around the lake at Shoebury Garrison.

This years’ winner of the Southend Half Marathon was Anthony Jackson, 26, a member of Sittingbourne Running Club. Anthony completed the course in an impressive 1 hour 14 minutes 50 seconds. The prize for fastest female went to Catriona Reid, 28, who travelled all the way from Edinburgh to complete the race in 1 hour 27 minutes 19 seconds.

Leanne Cann, 38 from Southend, is a previous fastest female in the Southend Half Marathon. This year Leanne took on a different challenge, starting her own “You Can Run” running club for mums, children and amateur runners. The group formed just six weeks ago, with the aim of the whole club completing the BTMK Fun Run.

Leanne said, “I took it upon myself to inspire and train people to start running. A fun run was my first ever event, so I thought it would be a great target for the group. You Cann Run is based in Southend, and is open to all sorts of people at all sorts of ages.”

The winner of the BTMK Fun Run was Josh Mann, 15 from Southend, who won the race for the third year in a row. The first girl home was Juliette Le Mare, 11, also from Southend. Both Josh and Juliette are members of Southend AC running club.

Event Organiser Judy Grocott said, “With so many runners taking part in the Southend Half Marathon and BTMK Fun Run, we’re hoping to raise £60,000 for the charity. Our hospices can only exist because of the support and generosity of the local community, and I would like to thank every single runner, supporter and sponsor for their part in these events.”

Men's results

1 Anthony Jackson Sittingbourne Striders 1:14:50
2 James Gillanders London Frontrunners 1:17:50
3 Stephen Pettit Ely Runners 1:18:53

 

Women's results

1 Catriona Reid   1:27:19
2 Lin Lascelles Maiden Newton Runners 1:27:32
3 Michelle Palmer-Harris Worthing Harriers 1:29:01

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Wymondham AC Midsummer 10 Mile - Incorporating the Norfolk County Championships

Wymondham AC Midsummer 10 Mile - Incorporating the Norfolk County Championships

A break in the weather provided meaning to the name of the Wymondham AC Midsummer 10 Mile road race. The sun appeared on Sunday the 10th June over Norfolk to provided runners with a perfect backdrop running through some of Norfolk’s great countryside.

However Suffolk runner Brad Jones (Ipswich Jaffa) crossed the border to record the second win of his running career. Brad led from the front of the race and won in a time of 55.23 mins with a winning margin of over 5 minutes.

Second overall and first Norfolk runner was Fernando Silva (Wymondham AC), a great result for Fernando who is a veteran at 55 years old. Fernando clinched the Norfolk 10 Mile title in a time of 60.54 mins. In third place running for Coltishall Jaguars was Steve Bates who has found some great form this year, which has paid off with a great run on Sunday.

Marie French (Ryston runners AC) won the women’s race, also with a significant margin in a time of 63.35 mins. The win meant that Marie retained her Norfolk 10 Mile title for another year leading the other runners with a margin of over 5 minutes. Marie’s teammate Caroline Wakefield finished second in a time of 69.22 mins closely followed by Alex Smith (Norwich Road Runners) 69.52 mins.

The event was a great success for Wymondham AC and thanks to all club members who turned up to volunteer on the day and for those that have helped organize the race for the club and fellow runners. The clubs next race is the popular New Years Day 10k, with entries opening soon online.

Wymondham AC Midsummer 10 Mile - Incorporating the Norfolk County Championships

Photos: Female winner Marie French and male winner Brad Jones

Men's results

1 Brad Jones Ipswich JAFFA 0:55:23
2 Fernando Silva Wymondham AC 1:00:54
3 Steve Bates Coltishall Jaguars 1:.02:11

 

Women's results

1 Marie French Ryston Runners 1.03.35
2 Caroline Wakefield Ryston Runners 1.09.22
3 Alex Smith Norwich Road Runners 1.09.52

 

Full results can be found on the Wymondham AC website, www.wymondhamac.org.uk.

 

 

The Rotary Club of Kenilworth Two Castles 10km Run 2012

The Rotary Club of Kenilworth Two Castles 10km Run 2012

Photo: The start at Warwick castle © Sally Evans

Sunday’s 30th Two Castles Run enjoyed good sunny conditions. The race, organised by the Kenilworth Rotary Club with the help of Leamington Cycling and Athletics Club, lived up to its reputation of one of the best 10k runs in the country. Runners enjoyed the safety of closed roads that is now a statutory requirement for this type of event.

The race started inside Warwick Castle and some 32 minutes 48 seconds later the winner Ryan Kenny, a member of Coventry Godiva Harriers, crossed the finish line in Kenilworth Castle.
Ryan commented "A little bit too warm this morning but made up for that by appreciating the tremendous support along the route".

The first lady home was Amanda Deavy from Northbrook AC in 39 minutes 22 seconds. She said “The first time for me in this event but I enjoyed the atmosphere and will definitely be back again”. First Male Junior was Patrick Roddy in a time of 35 minutes 37 seconds. First Female junior was Julie Emmerson in 42minutes 23 seconds

A representative of main sponsors Blythe Liggins solicitors Richard Thornton stated that they felt it was a privilege to be associated with the event again which is now such an important part of the Kenilworth, Warwick and Leamington community and which he felt improves year on year.

Both the mayors of Kenilworth George Illingworth, The Mayor of Warwick Elizabeth Higgins and the Chairman of Warwickshire County council Councillor Doody were in attendance at the finish to present prizes.

Two years ago Victor Wixey proposed to Andrea Newton at Leek Wotton as they both ran in that years event , she accepted and they were married in Kenilworth Castle 18 hours before this years event. They ran this time as Mr and Mrs Wixey and Andrea wearing a headdress was carried over the finish line by her new husband. A double success for the run!

Among the many groups running were four girls running to raise funds for charity 'Baby life Line', who had raised £700 to date. They are typical of the competitors who get together to support so many charities. The Kenilworth Rotary Club will add a percentage to the amounts raised by these groups running in support of recognised charities up to a maximum of £250.

Last year the event raised some £ 130,000for charity this year the first feed back suggest a similar amount can be expected this year.

The Rotary Club of Kenilworth Two Castles 10km Run 2012

Photos, l-r: Runners finish under blue skies. Female winner Amanda Deavy © Sally Evans. Overall winner Ryan Kenny

More photos on twocastlesrun.org.uk

Men's results

1 Ryan Kenny COVENTRY GODIVA HARRIERS 32:46
2 Alistair Smith COVENTRY GODIVA HARRIERS 33:23
3 Phillip Gould KENILWORTH RUNNERS 33:50

 

Women's results

1 Amanda Deavy NORTHBROOK AC 39:16
2 Nardia Poole KENILWORTH RUNNERS 39:37
3 Rebecca Smith NORTHBROOK AC 40:31

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Concorde 10K

Men's results

1 Peter TUCKER Metropolitan Police 32:41
2 Jim COOPER Metropolitan Police 33:05
3 Stephen EARLEY Bedford & County AC 35:36

 

Women's results

1 Caroline WALSH Metropolitan Police 38:37
2 Karmen PARDOE   40:03
3 Paula FUDGE Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow AC 43:31

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Stanwick Lakes Alexander the Great Run

After a wet and somewhat stormy week, the sun shone brightly in Northamptonshire and welcomed the third running of this event. An enthusiastic band of runners supported by an excellent crowd gathered in preparation to run 5km, 10km or a half marathon through the stunning scenery of the Stanwick Lakes site. The race started at 10am in near perfect running conditions though temperatures quickly rose in the morning sun thus ensuring that all the runners had a very hot race.

The traffic free route proved ideal for the runners as they made their way rapidly through the site of special scientific interest which is home to a variety of birds, deer and otters. The 5k race was won in tremendous style by Tom Allum who had also won the St George’s Day Run earlier in the year. Tom was followed home by Adam Eales and David Shakespeare.

The 10k race was won by Matthew Crosse who was two minutes and one second ahead of Gary Finch with Shane Allen coming home in third place.

The half marathon was completed in just 1.22.59 by Alexander Brighton ahead of Duncan Bush and Daniel Groom.

Lloyd Clark, Race Director stated that it was a pleasure to see so many happy and athletic runners encouraging the back of the pack runners which made the whole event a pleasure to organise. The day went smoothly thanks to some excellent marshals and an incredibly enthusiastic group of runners without whom such events could not be staged.

The next event at Stanwick will be held on 28th October 2012, entry details can be found at www.ultramarathon.org.uk

2012 Stanwick Lakes Alexander the Great Run

Men's 5k results

1 138 Tom Allum 00.21.33
2 134 Adam Eales 00.22.20
3 99 David Shakespeare 00.22.33

 

Women's 5k results

1 Lucy Hacker 00.26.02
2 Kate Green 00.27.55
3 Susan Williams 00.28.03

 

Men's 10k results

1 1200 Matthew Crosse 00.36.38
2 1242 Gary Finch 00.38.39
3 1223 Shane Allen 00.39.12

 

Women's 10k results

1 Katie Lefeuvre 00.44.28
2 Tracey Hanmore 00.50.40
3 Katie Lamont 00.52.13

 

Men's half marathon results

1 3396 Alexander Brighton 01.22.59
2 3399 Duncan Bush 01.23.44
3 3409 Daniel Groom 01.26.49

 

Women's half marathon results

1 Harriet Allen 01.33.41
2 Zoe Campbell 01.34.08
3 Kate Mcneil 01.42.30

 

 

 

Southport Fun Fest 5k

The Fun Fest 5k races were the first event on the second day of the Southport Fun Fest, an annual event with many attractions and stalls to entertain the crowds.

After the torrential rain on Saturday, the runners were very pleased to be greeted by glorious sunshine on the morning of the Fun Fest 5k. The fun run was first off at 9.00am and first home was Joseph Monk, in 7:12, followed by Karolina Wresilo in 8:06.

The 5k was a great success. The course took the runners in and around Victoria Park, home of the famous Southport Flower Show. The race was won by David Hamilton, a local runner from Southport Waterloo AC, in 16:45. Second male was Mark Wynne in 18:30, and third man home was Andrew Lyall in 18:52.

First lady home was another local runner, Lisa Gawthorne of Liverpool Sefton Pembroke in 21:04. Second lady was Jenny Caton of Lymm Runners in 22:51 and third lady was Jane Lindley from Buckley in 23:04.

The races provided a great start to a sunny day’s festivities in Southport.

Men's results

1 David Hamilton Southport Waterloo 16:45
2 Mark Wynne Unattached 18:30
3 Andrew Lyall Unattached 18:52

 

Women's results

1 Lisa Gawthorne Liverpool Pembroke Sefton 21:04
2 Jenny Caton Lymm Runners 22:51
3 Jane Lindley Buckley 23:04

 

Click here for full results


 

The Woodland Stampede Half Marathon trail race

The Woodland Stampede Half Marathon trail race

The Woodland Stampede Half Marathon trail race took place in Bourne Woods in south Lincolnshire. The weather was forecast to be overcast with rain showers but on the morning of the race sunshine greeted the runners as they began their weaving run through the woodland trails.

From the start Matt Green of Nene Valley Harriers took to the front with Matthew Stratford close in tow. These positions stayed like this for between the first six to seven miles until Stratford broke into the lead which he had stretched to around 150 meters going into mile 10. At mile 13 the lead had been moved to two minutes as Stratford powered down the 200 meter downhill straight into the finish line in a time of 1hr:19 mins: 37 secs

The Woodland Stampede Half Marathon trail race

Tara Spillings won the overall womans category with her father David Spillings Winning the male 50+ category. Neil Martin won the male 40+ category, Melanie Hayes won the female 40+ category and Clare Burrel won the female 50+ category.

A great day for Fat Feet events and with the ultra and half marathon events taking place in July at Grimsthorpe Castle, Fat Feet are expecting a great turn out to grace the castle estate. Enter online asap as entries will be closing in the coming weeks www.fat-feet.co.uk

The Woodland Stampede Half Marathon trail race

Photos: David and Tara Spilling. Race winner Matthew Stratford

Men's results

1 Matthew Stratford Redhill Road Runners 1:19:37
2 Matt Green Nene Valley Harriers 1:21:34
3 Olly Slater Nene Valley Harriers 1:23:47

 

Women's results

1 Tara Spillings Unattached 1:32:46
2 Melanie Hayes Manchester Triathlon Club 1:41:10
3 Caroline Gasper Stamford Striders 1:46:22

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Ruby Run Half Marathon - 10th Anniversary Run

The Ruby Run Half Marathon had 219 participant a marked increase on numbers from 2011. Seven teams had entered a relay race over the course, and walkers were also allowed to take part in the event.

The majority of the participants came from the West Country although some runners had travelled from Wales, London, Sussex, Hampshire and the furthest afield arrived from North Yorkshire. The oldest male was aged 76 and the oldest female was 64.

Chris Sellend was first with a lead of over three minutes over second placed Andrew Vallance. Martin Colwill was third.

Jo Meek had an even bigger winning margin in the women's competition, finishing well clear of Sarah Ivory and Charlotte Cassels in second and third respectively.

Men's results

1 Chris Sellens Westward Ho! 1.16.45
2 Andrew Vallance Inwardleigh 1.19.59
3 Martin Colwill Hartland 1.20.20

 

Women's results

1 Jo Meek   1.23.56
2 Sarah Ivory Westward Ho! 1.28.28
3 Charlotte Cassels North Tawton 1.32.50



Click here for full results

 

 

Strathearn Marathon

Men's results

1 WILL BEAUCHAMP Sheffield Running 2:45:06
2 CHRIS MCCANN Unattached 2:57:24
3 GAVIN HARVIE Kirkintilloch Olympians 2:58:05

 

Women's results

1 GAIL MURDOCH Carnegie Harriers 3:12:25
2 ISOBEL BURNETT Carnegie Harriers 3:28:09
3 JULIA DREWER Ferranti AAC 3:44:11

 

Click here for full results

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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