Results for the Saltmarsh Half Marathon – 5.10.19
Results for the Loch Ness Marathon – 6.10.19
This race followed a spectacular point-to-point route alongside world famous Loch Ness, starting in an atmospheric moorland setting and continued through stunning Highland scenery, taking runners along the south-eastern shores of Loch Ness, across the River Ness, to finish in Inverness, capital city of the Highlands.
Results for the Chester Marathon & Metric Marathon – 6.10.19
The MBNA Chester Marathon is listed as the UK’s favourite marathon, with a spectacular start and finish at Chester Racecourse, the route passed all Chester’s iconic landmarks, then headed out into the Cheshire & North Wales countryside, before returning along the banks of the River Dee for a finish back at the racecourse. The metric marathon (26.2k) route also took in the historic city centre sights and the scenic villages of Cheshire. After running through Aldford the course reached the turnround point, and joined the marathon runners on the return to Chester. On re-entering the City, runners follow the River Dee along the Groves and Castle Drive before a triumphant finish at the racecourse! Well done to Dave & Delroy the 4:00 and 4:30 pacers.
Results for the Bournemouth Marathon & Half Marathon – 6.10.19
The Bournemouth half marathon route followed the full marathon route, starting in Kings Park before heading down onto the seafront. The route followed the coast until mile 6 – which stood mid-way between Poole Harbour and Hurst Spit, forming the main division between Poole and Christchurch bays. The course then turned west running along the Boscombe Pier at mile 8, and then past Lower Gardens at mile 10 before the final home stretch along the stunning coastal seafront and a grandstand finish.
Results for the Rugby 10 Mile – 6.10.19
This race was based at Barby Cricket Club near Rugby and was the final race of the Warwickshire Road Race League. The course was run entirely on public roads, starting in Barby, passing through Kilsby, Hillmorton, Barby, Kilsby and returning to Barby. The last mile was the same as the first mile but run in the opposite direction. The course was undulating and included ‘Cart Hill’ after 6 miles.
Results for the Seco Alcester 10k – 6.10.19
The race started and finished in the beautiful market town of Alcester near Stratford Upon Avon. Starting on the High Street the route took runners out into the country lanes of Warwickshire for a single loop. Read Dave’s race report here