Results for the Longest Day Challenge – 21.6.18
The Longest Day Challenge was held at Harsthill Hayes Country Park. Runners decided how many of the 2.5mile laps they wanted to run within the 6-hour time limit.
|14.4 miles||03:57:08||Anne-Marie Goodwin|
Results for the Giant’s Head Marathon – 24.6.18
Held in the beautiful village of Sydling St.Nicholas. This was a very, very challenging hilly but beautiful course running through the Sydling and Cerne valleys running around and under the famous Cerne Giant. Read Daniel’s race report here.
Results for the JCP Swansea Half Marathon – 24.6.18
The Half Marathon started in front of Brangwyn Hall, before heading through the City Centre onto Oystermouth Road where you could see the floodlights of St Helen’s Rugby ground. The route then went around Swansea Bay heading towards the village of Mumbles and the pier and lighthouse. The course then turned back towards Swansea via the cycle/walkway alongside miles of sandy beaches. The return leg of the race headed towards the Meridian Tower – Wales’ tallest building, along the promenade towards Swansea Marina where runners went over the lock bridge in to the city’s newly developed SA1 area before crossing the Millennium Bridge and heading back towards the finish near to Museum Green. Read Jenna’s race report here.
Results for the Shifnal Half Marathon – 24.6.18
The fourteenth running of the Shifnal ‘Steeplechase’ Half Marathon followed a rural multi-terrain route between the churches of Shifnal, Ryton, Beckbury and Kemberton before returning to Shifnal. Read Dave’s race report here.
Results for the Torbay Half Marathon – 24.6.18
The route was a traffic free two lap route which started and finished on Paignton seafront, taking in the stunning coastal views across Torbay. Runners started with one lap of Paignton Green before heading towards Torquay, where the course passed the historic Torre Abbey and Princess Gardens where runners started the return back to Paignton.
Results for the CPM Thame 10k – 24.6.18
This is a very well established road race, which regularly attracts the race limit of 1000 runners. This race started and finished at Upper school playing fields, the route went out through the historic town centre of Thame and back along the traffic free Phoenix Trail.
Results for the Tamworth Gate Gallop – 24.6.18
Held at the Anker Valley Sports Complex in Amington, the course started around the sports field and then went off on to the North Warwickshire Moors. The route was all off road and consisted of grass, tracks, concrete paths, running around farmer’s field and stiles and gates to climb over. Read Helen’s race report here.