Results for 3rd – 11th September 2022

Results for the Mendip Marauder 30 & 50 Mile – 3.9.22

The Mendip Way features the spectacular Ebbor and Cheddar Gorges, the brutal climb up Wavering Down through King’s Wood, incredible views over the Somerset Levels and to the circular Cheddar Reservoir, and then England’s smallest city, Wells.  Finishing at the beach at Uphill just outside Weston Super Mare

30 miles Barry Allen
30 miles Rachael Allen

Results for the Stratford Big 10k – 4.9.22

Based on Stratford Recreation Ground runners headed up the A3400 before turning right and heading along the B4362, Clifford Lane, turning onto the Milcote Road. Past the halfway point runners were taken onto the infamous Greenway, heading all the way down the Greenway along past the Racecourse, taking the path to the river and on up to Holy Trinity Church.  Finally there was a slightly downhill section past both the Courtyard Theatre and the RSC Theatre before a final right to onto the Rec where the race finished near the bandstand.

6000:42:42Alan McDougall
15200:47:57Sue Leonard
21100:50:32Lizzie Watts
25300:52:16Philip McCarron
28800:53:22Nathan Bignall
31800:54:55Kim Davies
31900:55:00Richard Pearce
42800:58:34Chris Haydon
42900:58:29Martin Smith
44400:58:51Michelle Eaton
47501:00:06Wendy Foxall
50601:01:59Fiona Ball
52701:02:45Clare Weston
52801:02:44Georgina Bradley
61201:07:34Liz Hurst
66401:10:49Kelvin Elliott
69801:15:09Michael Hammond
73001:27:50Maggie Morgan

Results for the Wilne 10k – 4.9.22

This was a fast and flat 10km race suitable for all runners and was one and three-quarter laps

41500:51:35Sonia Karamat

Results for The Lap (Anticlockwise) – 10.9.22

This was a 75k/47 mile trail ultra around Lake Windermere.  Runners and walkers had 24 hours to circumnavigate Englands Largest lake.

 47 miles Simon Smith
 47 miles Kerrie Grayman

Results for Kenilworth Half Marathon – 11.9.22

This year the race reverted to a one-lap course which started and finished in Kenilworth Town Centre and was an undulating out and back course along quiet country lanes with the first and last part on the town’s main.

7301:29:28Mark Ursell
15401:39:49Stephen Friswell
17801:42:11Paul Curtis
21101:44:33Andrew Popplewell
24401:47:01Zoe Moore
25701:47:53Oliver Keeling
34801:55:44Sonia Karamat
40101:59:05Kim Davies
41402:00:23Philip Hayes
42002:01:04Nicholas Connolly
48802:10:08Angela McKay
49302:10:40John Duncan Bennett
49902:11:03Joanna Kisiala
51302:13:36Charlotte Slattery
56102:24:54Georgina Bradley
56302:25:40Clare Weston

Results for the Great North Run – 11.9.22

17 Massey Runners took part in the largest half-marathon in the world with more than 57,000 runners taking part.  Starting in Newcastle upon Tyne the 13.1 mile route took runners through the city centre towards the River Tyne where runners crossed over the iconic Tyne Bridge, where if you were lucky you got a glimpse of the Red Arrows passing overhead.  Runners then travelled through Gateshead towards South Shields where they ran along the sea front for the final one mile. 

190601:35:18Alan McDougall
233001:37:30Mark Eastwood
427601:44:58Barry Allen
505901:47:17Molly Sims
583501:49:17Sue Leonard
1414102:06:43Richard Middleton
1513302:08:41David Goodwin
1526102:08:56Rachel Brock
1684702:11:58Emma Eastwood
2293702:24:06Rachael Allen
2441102:27:22Paul Cooper
2905302:38:29Anne-Marie Goodwin
3500502:58:16Joe Reynolds
3554603:00:35Kelvin Elliott
3617803:03:32Rachel Betts
3617703:03:32Heather Betts
3937503:29:06Helen Rowe

Results for the Mersey Tunnel 10k – 11.9.22

This 10K course started on Blackstock Street approx 250m before the KingswayTunnel.  The runners started with a gentle 1 mile descent under the River Mersey. The Tunnel entrance marked the 1k point with 2k & 3k inside the Tunnel.   At 2.5k runners started the long, slow ascent out of the Tunnel and into the daylight on the Wirral side of the river.  Leaving the Tunnel runners moved on to Oakdale Road with the 5k halfway point just behind the Mersey Ferry terminal on Birkenhead Road.  The second half of the course was flat from the Wallasey Ferry terminal to the finish at New Brighton running alongside the River Mersey. 

87801:16:21Brenda Lee

Results for the Nuneaton 10k – 11.9.22

Nuneaton Harriers Athletics Club, in conjunction with Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council, hosted the Nuneaton 10k Road Race.  Competitors began the race at the Town Hall and undertook three laps of the fast, flat, course on the roads surrounding Riversley Park, crossing the finish line in the Pingles Stadium. 

12100:57:31Michelle Eaton
13000:59:27Emma King
13100:59:34Stuart Sahan
13600:59:48Laura Hankey
1461:02:20Fiona Ball

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