Results for the Milton Keynes 10k – 10.7.18
This was the last race in the 8 road race East Midlands Grand Prix series which had started with the Silverstone 10k back in May.
On a hot evening, the race started in Woughton Park and headed towards the western shores of Caldecotte Lake for the first 3km before joining the pedestrian routes beside the dual carriageways which circuit Milton Keynes for the next 5km which necessitated negotiating several underpasses
until we reached Ouzel Valley Park where we turned and headed for the Open University Sports Field. The course was well marshalled by Milton Keynes AC.
Back at the Sports Pavilion the poor barmaid was inundated with hot and thirsty runners so much so that she ran out of lager, cider, and Guinness ! Luckily there was real ale ! Congratuations to Graham Patton as he was winner of his age group for the whole series. Race Report Martin Smith
Results for the Piece of Cake Trail Run – 14.7.18
This race saw runners tackling 13.1 or 26.2 miles of the beautiful Shropshire Hills and The Long Mynd.
Results for the Lulworth Cove Trail Running Challenge – Half Marathon – 14.7.18
Starting at the Lulworth Cove runners headed off up the hill out of the car park, towards the world famous Durdle Door. All four distances took on this stretch of coastline, almost all the way to Weymouth – the route then carried on to Osminton Mills, joining the upper coast path and heading back to Lulworth Cove, enjoying the views from a different direction and a slightly higher view point.
Results for the Timberhonger 10k – 14.7.18
The Timberhonger 10k is part of Bromsgrove Carnival at Sanders Park. After an uphill first km, the route then flowed mainly downhill for the next 3km to the end of Timberhonger Lane. Runners then completed two 2km loops round Berry Lane and New House Lane, and then returned up Timberhonger Lane where there was a challenging hill at 8km, and from then on it was downhill all the way to the finish at Sanders park.
Results for the St Ives 10k – 15.7.18
This 10k race consists of an undulating “out & back” course on mainly traffic free roads. Taking runners from the outskirts of St. Ives, Cambridgeshire, along a quiet rural lane, to the taxiways of RAF Wyton airfield, before returning to the finish at St. Ives One Leisure Outdoor Centre.