Results for 26th & 27th October 2019

Results for the Snowdonia Marathon – 26.10.19

The Snowdonia Marathon has been voted best British marathon twice. The demanding and spectacular route, encircled Snowdon, Wales’ and England’s highest peak.

Position Time Name
1319 04:15:58 Ian O’Donnell
2915 05:08:56 Joanne Stacey

Results for the Beachy Head Marathon – 26.10.19

The Eastbourne Beachy Head Marathon is one the biggest off-road marathons in the UK. Formerly known as the Seven Sisters Marathon, it is popular for its scenic and challenging route through the South Downs National Park countryside.  The marathon covers a 26.2 mile course that includes 300 steps and 14 gates, passing through the picturesque Sussex villages of Jevington, Alfriston, Litlington, Friston Forest, the Cuckmere Valley and Seven Sisters, including Birling Gap and Beachy Head.  Read Mary’s race report here.

Position Time Name
1165 05:54:38 Chris Foxall
1502 06:23:12 Vicky Groom
1639 06:43:44 Mary Connolly

Results for the Not Langley Not 7 – 26.10.19

This race was about 8 miles round the ‘new and even more scenic and challenging’ circuit (the same as 2018 and a bit longer and hillier than previous years) on quiet country lanes, none of which actually pass through Langley.

Position Time Name
91 01:17:18 Cathy McKeown

Results for the Bedford Autodrome Half Marathon – 27.10.19

This race involved laps for the 5k, 10k, half-marathon and Marathon.  The Marathon was 8 laps around the motor circuit.

Position Time Name
121 02:08:03 Katie Kingston

Results for the Dublin Marathon – 27.10.19

The single lap marathon started in Fitzwilliam Street near Merrion Square and headed west past St Stephen’s Green toward the River Liffy.  At mile 2 runners crossed the river and the course carried on west towards Phoenix Park, with miles 4, 5, & 6 being ran in the park.  Upon exiting the park the route headed south with mile 8 & 9 clipping the south of the park.  At mile 10 runners crossed the river again and headed south east passing Brickfields Park and Bushy Park.  At mile 22 the route wound around University College Dublin and Elm Park Golf Course, before heading north toward the finish at Merrion Square.

Position Time Name
16894 05:58:34 Marie O’Connor

Results for the Rugby Half Marathon – 27.10.19

This raced started at Hart field, and followed country lanes with the finish in the town centre after following the old railway line which is now a recognised wildlife hotspot.  Well done to Dean with his 3rd place finish. 

Position Time Name
3 01:17:43 Dean Clarke
58 01:32:17 David Lee
108 01:39:16 Jeremy Smith
127 01:40:33 Zoe Moore
144 01:42:19 Eden Ratcliffe
165 01:43:29 Simon Trenchard
268 01:53:13 James Padvis
351 01:57:18 Richard Middleton
366 01:59:17 Delroy Taylor * (2-hr pacer)
425 02:03:33 Cathy Keay
613 02:24:54 John Bennett
626 02:25:56 Kerrie Grayman
718 02:57:32 Samantha Pointon
  TBC Simon Smith

Results for the Stroud Half Marathon – 27.10.19

The course was entirely run on road and was mainly flat and fast with a steady rise between 6 and 7 miles (along A38).

Position Time Name
1022 01:58:24 Julia Minty


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