Results for 17th, 19th & 20th November 2016

Results for the Tunnel Vision 5 Mile Night Race – 17.11.16

Tunnel Vision is an out and back, 5 mile running race. The route starts approx. ½ mile down from the entrance to the Brampton Valley Way, Market Harborough.  The routes took in the very long and very dark Oxendon Tunnel. At 422m long, the old railway tunnel really is an imposing sight and pitch black. The organisers decided to light it to provide a unique opportunity for runners to run through it…and back again.  At the half way point, all runners were given a pair of glow in the dark glasses item to prove that they have run the full distance.

Position Time Name
172 00:51:37 Lisa Jay

Results for the Elan Valley 10 – 19.11.16

Advertised as one of the most scenic races in the UK, this race follows a very scenic 10 mile loop around part of the Elan Valley.

Position Time Name
TBC Ian O’Donnell

Results for the Cornish Marathon Bodmin Moor – 20.11.16

The Cornish Marathon is Cornwall’s only all road marathon. It began in 1987 and originally started out from Saltash following the A38 and A390 to Lostwithiel.   The route now starts from Millenium House, with a scenic circular out and back route which takes runners along the Draynes Valley, through the ‘Poldark’ country of Bodmin Moor, past King Arthur’s legendary Dozmary Pool, Du Maurier’s Jamaica Inn at Bolventor and back along the Fowey Valley, taking in a climb to Foredown between miles 24 and 25, which most runners will remember for a long time, and not just for the fabulous views !  Read Dave’s report here

Position Time Name
06:27:00 Dave Phillips

Results for the Conwy Half-marathon – 20.11.16

This race started on Conwy Quayside next to the river Conwy and in front of the 700+ year old Conwy Castle, from here it went along the road through to Deganwy (appprox 2 miles) and on to the West Shore in the Victorian Town of Llandudno (approx 3.5 miles), then along Church Walks and past the pier. The next part of the route was the tough bit as runners went around the Great Orme (from approx 5 miles), this is undulating and also has a couple of steep sections; after approx 2 miles of being on the orme runners began a 2 mile down hill section which returned to the West shore (approx 9.5 miles) as the runners then retrace the route back to the finish on Conwy Quayside.

Position Time Name
916 01:54:30 Jan Hall

Results for the Coombe 8 – 20.11.16

This approximate 8 mile (7.6 mile this year), tough, multi-terrain course was ran on woodland trails & farm land within Coombe Country Park boundary, it was a cold, blustery November morning, but luckily the rain held off and the course wasn’t too muddy, although the river crossing was very cold !! The hot soup and buff at the end was well deserved by all that ran (especially Cristina who took a wrong turn and ran an extra 0.8 mile !!).


Position Time Name
16 00:51:38 LAWSON, Gary
20 00:52:54 CLARKE, David
30 00:54:02 NEALE, Simon
33 00:54:10 SANCHEZ, Jose Luis
41 00:54:57 TAYLOR, Richard
47 00:55:25 SILIO, Virginia
61 00:56:47 LEE, David
75 00:58:16 HINSON, Kevin
82 01:00:01 DOUGLAS, Jason
90 01:00:56 DOBSON, Elizabeth
96 01:01:27 MCDOUGALL, Alan
108 01:02:46 EDMUNDS, Marie
118 01:04:07 JAMES, David
119 01:04:07 JACKSON, Leighton
139 01:06:25 COPPOLA, Leon
156 01:08:06 SELLARS, Philip
166 01:10:22 PADVIS, James
168 01:11:02 CONNOLLY, Daniel
172 01:11:39 ZHANG-GREEN, Paige
175 01:12:04 MINTY, Julia
180 01:13:07 WILLIAMS, Mark
202 01:17:42 KEAY, Cathy
208 01:18:42 MAHON, Ruth
209 01:18:42 WESTON, Clare
210 01:18:44 DEVEN, Natalie
215 01:20:34 SEMPLE, Cristina
243 01:28:16 GOODWIN, David

Results for the Tempo Events Winter 10k series Race 2 – 20.11.16

A series of five road races run over a course of 10.13k (6.3miles). The course is the same for each race but is run counter clockwise then clockwise on each alternate date.  

Position Time Name
4 00:40:00 Dean Clarke
34 00:47:18 Marc Skelton
61 00:51:21 Sam Lowe
97 00:55:02 Hugh Miller
108 00:57:06 Sean Fox
127 00:58:46 Stuart Sahan
164 01:05:00 Alison Lowe
206 01:16:38 Cal Oddy
210 01:21:39 Cathy Boden

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