Results for 24th & 25th August 2019

Results for the Killin 10k – 24.8.19

The ‘Loch Tay Highland Lodges Killin 10K and 5K’ route started and finished in Breadalbane Park. The route took runners to cross the Dochart Bridge before joining the old railway line, and then crossed the river again over the old rail viaduct.  The route then went towards McLaren Hall up Glen Lochay and past the hydro station and then back into Killin.   

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18200:53:35Julia Minty

Results for the Double or Quits 15 mile – 24.8.19

The route was one, two or three laps, each lap being around scenic Shipley Park in Derbyshire.  Runners could finish after one lap or continue on to do a second lap, if you complete lap 2 within 1 hour 30 minutes you had the option of completing a third lap.

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1702:09:01Ian O’Donnell

Results for the Badgers Atherstone 10k – 25.8.19

Held in the market town of Atherstone in Warwickshire, the event offered a challenging course taking in the beautiful North Warwickshire countryside including exclusive access through the private Merevale Estate. The race started on Long Street and finished in historic Market Square.

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6500:45:04Dave Lee
10800:47:49Alan McDougall
16700:51:11Sam Lowe
23000:54:38Jonathan Kingston
25200:56:11Cathy McKeown
28400:57:54Lizzie Walts
33501:00:24Joanne Stacey
34801:01:04Chris Averill
37301:02:31James Padvis
43001:05:51Katie Kingston
48901:09:09Alison Lowe
52201:11:40Rachel Marrington
53201:12:46Frances Averill
53801:13:57Beckie Draper
54901:14:40Cal Oddy
57501:16:45Michael Hammond
57701:17:24Brenda Lee
59101:19:55Ed Goodwin
61801:34:49Helen Rowe
61901:38:44Helen Goodwin
62101:40:36Maggie Morgan
62201:40:34Sara Slevin

Results for the Ellesmere 10k – 25.8.19

This race was held at Lakelands School, Ellesmere in Shropshire and was a mix of road and well surfaced flat trail, with very gentle undulations with just one sharp turn and a hump-back canal bridge to negotiate.

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45901:03:47Angela McKay
60001:09:54David McKay
71101:18:17Elaine Dunkerley

Results for the Pershore Plum 10k – 25.8.19

This was a multi-terrain 10k route, starting at the Pershore Leisure Centre, heading out along Pershore High Street, over the river, into the countryside and fields surrounding Wick, returning into Pershore town, finishing in the Abbey Park with the backdrop of the impressive Pershore Abbey.

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7300:49:16Sue Leonard

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