Results for 2nd, 4th, 6th & 7th May 2017

Results for the Silverstone 10k – 2.5.17

The Silverstone Grand Prix 10K race is held each spring (early May) on the Silverstone Race Circuit.  This race has more participants that any other 10k road race in the Midlands, with regularly more than 1,000 entrants.  The route is two laps around the former grand prix circuit (now known as the Bridge Circuit) starting on the main grid and finishing in the Pit Lane.

Position Chip Time Name
215 42:46 Andrew Rollins
229 42:50 Alan McDougall
400 46:55 Martin Smith
648 51:46 Darren Chambers
741 53:57 Cathy Keay
743 54:01 David Goodwin
978 59:24 Phyll Douglas
979 59:25 Jason Douglas
1121 66:27 Joe Reynolds

Results for the Dudley Kingswinford 10k – 3.5.17

Read Dave’s race report here.

Position Chip Time Name
734 01:13:24 David Phillips

Results for the May the Fourth Half Marathon – 4.5.17

This race will took place in the beautiful Shropshire Hills.  Each of the laps were 13.1 miles and took in the views from the top of Pole Bank, the famous mountain bike descent of Minton Batch, and the most beautiful valley on the Mynd Ashes Hollow.


Position Chip Time Name
66 02:42:09 Darren Chambers
140 04:08:12 Nicola Chambers

Results for the Kentmere 17k Trail Race – 6.5.17

Starting and finishing at Staveley Recreation Ground the three courses (5K, 10k & 17k) followed well-marked and marshalled footpaths and bridleways, taking in panoramic views of most of the southern Lakeland fells. The trail climbed out from Staveley above the Kentmere valley, before returning along the valley itself past idyllic tarns and through ancient woodland, climbing Reston Scar before the descent back into Staveley village. Underfoot conditions were quite variable, short sections of tarmac, grassy footpaths, stony bridleways with some stiles to climb over near the end, all added to the unique nature of the event.

Position Chip Time Name
187 02:12:08 Natalie Deven

Results for the Geneva Marathon – 7.5.17

The Harmony Geneva Marathon for Unicef is arguably one of the most picturesque city marathons in Europe and unquestionably one of the fastest. The course takes in the countryside nestled between mountains and the shore of Lake Geneva before finishing in the heart of the city in front of the famous Jet d’Eau.  The race started from Chene-Bourg and finished at Geneve, Pont Du Mont-Blanc.  Read Lisa’s race report here.

Position Chip Time Name
04:01:32 Carmel Capelett
990 04:52:14 Lisa Jay

Results for the Stratford Shakespeare Marathon & Half-marathon – 7.5.17

This  mainly flat, fast course, started in the centre of the town, opposite Shakespeare’s old school, taking in sights such as the River Avon, Holy Trinity Church (home to the grave of William Shakespeare) and the Royal Shakespeare Theatres.  Just before the 12 mile marker the marathoners headed off on their slightly longer second lap, while the half-marathoners carried on into Stratford under a bridge and towards the Recreation Ground and the finish.  Read Dave’s race report here


Position Chip Time Name
382 04:20:29 Dave Fawkner
614 06:05:07 David Phillips


Position Chip Time Name
452 01:49:45 Chris Ramadhar
705 01:54:06 Sophie Abbott
932 02:01:27 Trevor Day
1028 02:02:39 Kerry Grantham
1080 02:03:11 Paige Zhang-Green
1193 02:09:07 Paul Curtis
1435 02:13:26 Clare Weston
1528 02:17:44 Lee Hill

Results for the Market Drayton 10k – 7.5.17

This popular race started in 2004 and now sells out in hours !  18 lucky Massey Runners took on the 10k route which started and finished at Grove School.  Read Daniel’s race report here

Position Chip Time Name
210 00:44:45 Marie Edmunds
404 00:48:16 Samuel Lowe
510 00:49:35 Robert Eyley
527 00:50:15 James Padvis
554 00:50:39 Cathy McKeown
582 00:51:15 Jamie Turner
658 00:52:35 Stuart Sahan
773 00:53:36 Richard Pearce
1256 00:59:04 Daniel Connolly
1279 00:59:25 Mary Connolly
1508 01:04:07 Carol Martin
1733 01:08:29 Mylene Feeney
1814 01:09:15 Jodie Turner
1875 01:11:28 Marie O’Connor
2024 01:16:18 Tiffannie Slatford
2112 01:21:01 Maggie Morgan
2116 01:22:21 Michaela Eyley
2158 01:27:10 Kelli Boyde



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