Results for Fission 20/20 – 11.3.17
This race gave runners the option of 20k or 20 miles James opted for the 20 mile route which was a two-lap flat course in lovely countryside close to the river Severn and around Berkeley Deer Park.
Results for The Spring Shakespeare Runs – 11.3.17
On Saturday there was a Massey Quartet at Long Marston airfield for each distance, All the run distances started together running a different number of laps per distance, each lap was 5k, with Ian Redford coming first in his age category. Read Dave Phillips race report here
Results for Knighton 20 – 12.3.17
This race was formally known as the Stafford 20 and is a 3 lap course with slight undulations.
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Results for Finchley 20 – 12.3.17
This 20 mile race is hosted by Hillingdon Athletics Club and is the longest-running 20-mile race in the UK founded in 1933. The race consisted of 4 x 5 mile laps
Results for Larmer Tree 20 – 12.3.17
Starting and finishing at Larmer Tree Gardens, and taking place in one of Britain’s most beautiful landscapes, the Larmer Tree Races took place over the weekend of 11th & 12th March 2017. The races were held on the Rushmore Estate on the Wiltshire downs.
Results for Silverstone Half Marathon – 12.3.17
The race started at Copse Corner on the F1 circuit at 12 noon, the course featured plenty of twists and turns with 3 slightly different laps.
Results for Ironbridge Half Marathon – 12.3.17
The race started at the arena in Telford Town Park, and ran through the Town Park and down the Silkin Way, past Blists Hill Museum and Coalport China Museum into the Severn Gorge. Runners followed the old Severn Valley railway line past Maws craft centre and the Tile Works/Museum. After crossing the world’s first Iron Bridge runners ran over the Ironbridge itself, through Coalbrookdale and Rough Park and back up onto the Silkin Way to the arena.
Results for Lydd Half Marathon – 12.3.17
This race took place in and around the country lanes to the north of the town of Lydd in the Romney Marsh area of South Kent. The race started on the main road and runners headed out to the north of the town to cover a rural out and back route through the quiet lanes surrounding the town before making their way back to the Lydd and the finish at the Sports Club.