Results for the Manchester Marathon – 16.4.23
The race village was located at Emirates Old Trafford, the home of Lancashire Cricket Club, with runners starting the race just a short walk away on the A56 White City Roundabout with the finish on Talbot Road outside Emirates Old Trafford. The first 3 miles of the route looped around Old Trafford and then headed south towards Sale & Altrincham, at 16 miles and after looping Altrincham the runners went through Sale and out towards Urmaston. The last few miles went through Stretford and back towards the cricket ground.
Results for the Newport Marathon – 16.4.23
The route is one of Europe’s flattest marathon races. It started and finished on Newport’s riverfront and went past landmarks such as the city’s Transporter Bridge and the Gwent Levels. The single loop route took runners past the University of South Wales before heading over the SDR Bridge, through the east of the city and then on towards the village of Magor in Monmouthshire before runners headed back towards the revamped city centre.
Results for the Leicester Big 10k – 16.4.23
This beautiful and significantly flat 10k took place in stunning Abbey Park in Leicester. The route started within Abbey Park and had lap of the park before heading around the outside of park perimeter. After running down the canal the route turned back into the park to perform another circle of the inside route of the park. Runners repeated the route on the outside of the park for the second time then coming back into the park for the finish.
Results for the Corvedale Cake Walk – 22.4.23
This was a 10 or 22 mile route over Abdun Burf and Wenlock Edge.
Results for the London Marathon – 23.4.23
15 Massey runners headed to London for this iconic marathon, with many more Massey runners supporting along the route and watching on the TV at home !
Results for the Tissington Trail Marathon – 23.4.23
The Tissington Trail, the site of a former railway line from Ashbourne to Buxton, runs along a 13 mile route from Parsley Hay to Ashbourne in Derbyshire. Surrounded by beautiful countryside the traffic-free route gently climbs uphill towards Parsley Hay before slightly downhill all the way back,
Results for the Longhorn 10k & half-marathon – 23.4.23
Runners could choose 5k, 10k, half marathon, full marathon or 60k Ultra set in private areas of Sherwood Forest & the beautiful grounds of Thoresby Park; next to a Grade1 listed 19th Century country house in north Nottinghamshire; Thoresby Hall. The route involved running over old military roads, cleared tracks through ancient woodland and grassed paths around the country estate.