Results for 14th April 2019

Results for the Paris Marathon – 14.4.19

This is one of the biggest marathons in the world with approx. 57,000 runners.  The route across Paris took in the Champs Elysees, the Bois de Vincennes, Arc de Triomphe, Place de la Concorde, Notre Dame and the Eiffel Tower. 

2262904:04:01Cathy McKeown

Results for the Brighton Marathon – 14.4.19

The marathon started in Preston Park and wound through the city taking in some of Brighton’s attractions (the Royal Pavilion, Brighton Dome, the i360 tower, the North Laine, Peace Statue, the Pier, Kemp Town, Hove Lawns and more) before hitting the famous promenade and finishing on Madeira Drive, just east of Brighton Pier.

105803:32:24Alan McDougall

Results for the Boston Marathon (UK) – 14.4.18

This run claims to be the flattest marathon course in the country, held on the Sunday preceding USA Patriots Day (3rd Monday of April), the day of the more famous US Boston marathon. It is a road marathon and completely flat all along the course. Starting at Boston Market place and finishing at Boston College.  Read Dave’s race report here.

10803:23:15Jeremy Smith
20803:40:21Jeremy Smith
38704:11:03Julia Minty
61406:14:31David Phillips

Results for the Rutland Spring Half Marathon – 14.4.19

The course started at Barnsdale setting off towards Oakham along the North shore of Rutland water.  The route followed the shoreline and towards the Hambleton Peninsula and the village of Hambleton.  Following the peninsula, runners headed back towards the A606 and Oakham.

49602:11:27Cathy Keay
54102:15:31Rachel Brock
56102:17:20Carol Martin

Results for the Droitwich Half Marathon – 14.4.19

This was a rural half marathon along a scenic route taking in country lanes in and around Droitwich Spa, Worcestershire, the race stated at Westacre School and finish on Droitwich High School’s Athletic track. 

30202:25:10Rebecca Draper
30402:25:12Katie Kingston

Results for the Mersey Tunnel 10k – 14.4.19

This 10K course started on Blackstock St approx 250m before the Kingsway Tunnel.  The runners started with a gentle 1 mile descent under the River Mersey. The Tunnel entrance marked the 1k point with 2k & 3k inside the Tunnel.   At 2.5k runners started the long, slow ascent out of the Tunnel and into the daylight on the Wirral side of the river.  Leaving the Tunnel runners moved on to Oakdale Road with the 5k halfway point just behind the Mersey Ferry terminal on Birkenhead Road.  The second half of the course was flat from the Wallasey Ferry terminal to the finish at New Brighton running alongside the River Mersey. 

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176001:10:00Brenda Lee

Results for the Draycote Water 10 Mile & 10k – 14.4.19

Read Emma’s race report here.


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3145:44Same Lowe

10 Mile

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4401:17:10Steven Mumford
8601:27:19Rachel Hogg
10601:31:46Nikki Carter
13801:38:23Alison Lowe
15101:40:51John Bennett
15701:43:15Lesley Keighley
18501:52:20Nicola Hunt
18901:54:04Emma King
19001:54:10Cal Oddy
19301:54:35Claire Newman
19501:54:49Diana Wilson
20402:03:31Jane Bates
20502:03:36Jo Pinches

Results for the Battlefield Duathlon – 14.4.19

The event was situated in the picturesque village of Naseby on the Leicestershire/Northamptonshire border.  There was 3 different distances, Chris took on the Middle Distance which was 20k run, 76k bike, 10k run.

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3306:15:10Chris Foxall

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