Results for 30th April, 4th & 6th May 2019

Results for the Salcey Forest Challenge – 30.4.19

This was a 3.3-mile loop at Salcey Forest with runners deciding how many laps they wanted to run within the 6-hour time limit.  The route was along well maintained pathways.

DistanceTimeName
6 laps (19.8)03:31:03Cathy Keay
4 laps (13.2)02:36:10Carol Martin

Results for the May The 4th Be With You – 4.5.19

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.

PositionTimeName
2206:27:24Joanne Stacy

Results for the Oxford Greenbelt 10k – 4.5.19

This  was a predominantly off-road and undulating course, taking in a short section of the Oxford Greenbelt Way, a beautiful long-distance route encircling historic Oxford.

PositionTimeName
 TBCSimon Trenchard
 TBCCasey Leaver

Results for the Great Northern Run (Mickleover) – 6.5.19

The “Great Northern” Run, was set in Mickleover, Derby starting from Mickleover Cricket Club. The route took runners around the surrounding country lanes and returned on the beautiful, former Great Northern Railway line. 

Half Marathon
Position
TimeName
10701:58:31Cathy Keay
14902:13:04Angela McKay
15002:13:28Sonia Karamat

10k
Position
TimeName
22401:05:07David McKay

Results for the Milton Keynes Half & Marathon – 6.5.19

The MK Marathon started from MK stadium. The first five miles for both races were on wide roads and tree lined boulevards.  The route continued through picturesque Woughton-on-the-Green and Woolstone parishes, where the half marathoners split from the full marathon course at mile seven, and continued around Caldecotte Lake before the stadium finish.

The marathon runners continue through the original Milton Keynes Village, and then on to Willen Lake and the Peace Pagoda before looping back to join the historic grand union canal. The route also took in St Andrews, before passing the Bradwell Windmill, built in 1810 at around mile 18.

The route continued west to Bancroft past the remains of an ancient Roman Villa. then headed south, following the brook, passing the famous Concrete Cows and then Bradwell Abbey, built in the 14th century.  The course then went through Loughton Valley Park, before heading back for a victory lap of the stadium MK football pitch.

Marathon

PositionTimeName
74903:59:22Delroy Taylor
81204:04:03Julia Minty
143104:51:31Wendy Foxall
143204:51:34Christopher Foxall
156805:09:24Padvis James

Half Marathon

PositionTimeName
155002:10:30David Goodwin
197802:22:50Anne-Marie Goodwin

Results for the Kenilworth Mayday 10k – 6.5.19

The Mayday 10k was a challenging 3 lap 10K over parkland and footpaths around Abbey Fields in Kenilworth, organised by Kenilworth Runners. The race could be run by individuals or by a 3 person relay team with each member running 1 lap.

PositionTimeName
6951:00Simon Trenchard
18269:39Casey Leaver

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