Results for 9th October 2016

Results for the Yorkshire Marathon – 9.10.16

The Plusnet Yorkshire Marathon took participants past some of York’s splendid historic sites and along scenic country lanes.  The route went through York City Centre past the medieval gateway at Walmgate Bar, past York Minster and out towards Heworth Green.  The route returned to York and the University of York Heslington Campus.

191504:18:19Ian Bourne

Results for the Oxford Half-Marathon – 9.10.16

This race started on Broad Street, overlooked by Trinity College and went past Oxford University Parks, past the University Museum and along the Banbury Road.  After crossing the River Cherwell the route headed out toward the village of Old Marston for the half-way point.  After looping Marston the runners headed back towards the city with the route taking in a mile lap of the Oxford University Parks.

541402:16:16Clare Weston
542602:16:30Dave Fawkner
542702:16:30Lee Hill

Results for the Royal Parks Half-Marathon – 9.10.16

This route takes in four of London’s Royal Parks – Hyde Park, Green Park, St James’s Park and Kensington Gardens.  The race started and finished in Hyde Park and also went past Buckingham Palace, Horse Guards Parade and Royal Albert Hall.  Read Alison’s race report here

1084002:14:55Alison Lowe

Results for the Green Leek 10k – 9.10.16

The Green Leek 10K was a brand new multi-terrain 10k race through the Warwickshire Countryside.  It was a point to point route which started near to Burton Green Primary School and finish near All Saints school in Leek Wooton.  The event was held to raise money for the two primary schools in the Green Leek Federation.

Most of the course was run on the historic Kenilworth Greenway, the site of the old Kenilworth Railway for 4.5k.  Runners then went through Abby Fields, taking in views of Kenilworth Castle before entering the fields behind the Castle Sports Centre, making their way across farmland to Rouncil Lane.  The route then joined a trail around the Warwickshire Golf Club finishing on a large field.  Former world record holder David Moorcroft started the run which was slightly longer than 10k, (nearer 10.2k, 6.4 miles).  A Great local event, it would be good to see this repeated next year.




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