Results for 1st, 5th & 6th August 2017

Results for the St Ives Bay 10k – 1.8.17

Starting on the beach at the west end of Hayle, Cornwall, just below the “bluff” This off road 10k ran the complete length of the beach before turning inland and tackling the sand dunes of Hayle Towans. There was beautiful scenery as runners followed long trodden paths before being faced with “the dune”. A steep, long sand dune that runners had climb but once at the top there were great views overlooking St Ives bay as the sun started to set.

Position Chip Time Name
120 00:71:50 Fiona Ryan

Results for the Stourbridge Stumble 10k – 5.8.17

The Stumble is an approximately 10k multi-terrain course using paths, tracks and parkland with some road and is run on a Saturday evening in August, hosted by Stourbridge Running Club.

Position Chip Time Name
49 00:49:40 Leon Coppola
117 01:05:36 Casey Leaver

Results for the 9bar Railway Ultra – 5.8.17

This route gave runners the option of running 19, 27 or 36 miles.  The route took runners along the banks of the River Severn between Ironbridge and Bridgnorth along the discussed railway line with great views of the river.  Each out and back lap was 9.4 miles (4.7 miles one way).

19 Miles

Position Chip Time Name
11 02:54:48 Cathy McKeown
20 03:25:17 Geoff Sanders

Half Marathon

Position Chip Time Name
2 02:47:09 Clare Weston

Results for the Gloucester City Half Marathon – 6.8.17

This was the first running of the half-marathon alongside the Gloucester City Marathon.  The course started and finished at Gloucester Quays and followed much of the same route as the longer race but took a shorter route across the rural lanes between Staverton and Sandhurst.   Runners ran past Kingsholm Stadium, home of Gloucester Rugby and Gloucester Airport the route was exceptionally flat, not a hill or incline in sight !

Position Chip Time Name
02:06:15 Cathy Keay
02:26:41 Natalie Deven

Results for the Cannock Chase 10k Trail Run – 6.8.17

This was the 4th running of the Cannock Chase 10K. Based in the Area of Outstanding Natural beauty of Cannock Chase, this race offered an entirely off road alternative to most conventional 10K road races. No concrete, no traffic; just nature, wood lands and peace. Running through the heart of the forest, the course took in some of Cannock’s finest scenery.

Position Chip Time Name
549 01:14:20 Richard Pearce

Results for the Hooky 6 – 6.8.17

This 6 mile course took runners on an undulating two-lap route around the beautiful village of Hook Norton. Starting on the road and finishing on grass at the Hook Norton Sports & Social Club.

Position Chip Time Name
261 00:55:52 Clare Weston
281 00:58:04 Lee Hill

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