Results for 8th & 9th April 2017

Results for A Coventry Way – 9.4.17

Ten Massey runners took on the full 40 miles of this race with another 13 taking part in the team relay, covering the same route.  Both walkers and runners were encouraged to take part  and there were check points during the event for competitors to register their times and to re-fuel with pork pie and cakes !  The challenge started and finished at the Queens Head Pub in Meriden and took an anti-clockwise route around the countryside, calling at Kenilworth, Stoneleigh, Wolston, Brinklow, Bedworth, and Fillongley.

Position Time Name
16 07:26 Peter Paprcka
43 08:37 Joanne Steele
44 08:40 MFRC Team
72 09:25 Cathy McKeown
88 09:57 Anne-Marie Paszkiewicz
106 10:37 Ruth Mahon
123 11:15 Clare Weston
123 11:15 Lee Hill
123 11:15 Dave Fawkner
137 11:40 Lisa Jay
215 13:49 Sophie Abbott

Results for the Brighton Marathon – 9.4.17

This race started in Preston Park and wound through the city taking in some of Brighton’s attractions (the Royal Pavilion, Brighton Dome, the i360 tower, the North Laine, Peace Statue, the Pier, Kemp Town, Hove Lawns and more) before hitting the famous promenade and finishing on Madeira Drive, just east of Brighton Pier.

Position Chip Time Name
03:57:34 Sheree Mercer-Bowell
03:57:34 Paul Mattock
04:14:18 Robert Bowell
04:29:10 Lorraine Chamberlain
04:53:01 Rachel Brock
04:53:24 John Bennett
05:05:58 Kim Mattock Barylo

Results for the Belvoir Half Marathon – 9.4.17

This race starts and finishes at Hose Village Hall, Leicestershire, the route goes along fairly quiet roads, through attractive, rural, gently undulating countryside.  The route went through the villages of Langar, Colston Bassett and Long Clawson.  The event is organised by Hose Village Hall Management Committee in order to raise funds to improve the village hall facilities.

Position Chip Time Name
240 01:52:02 Nathan Bignall
364 02:08:44 David Goodwin
401 02:13:52 James Padvis

Results for the Plusnet Yorkshire Half Marathon-Sheffield – 9.4.17

With a city centre start and finish, this event boasts a super scenic route – with stunning views of the Peak District for those who conquer the climb to Ringinglow.  The route started in the heart of the city, runners then ran along Ecclesall Road before taking a right turn up towards Ringinglow.  The route then went along country roads and on to the famous Norfolk Arms, where the route takes a left turn and offers superb views of the city of Sheffield and the Peak District.   The course then goes downhill to the outskirts of Dore, back to Ecclesall Road and on to the grand finish at the Town Hall.  The race also gives entrants a chance to be crowned ‘King or Queen of the Hill’ in a timed hill climb.

Position Chip Time Name
5210 02:38:47 Nicky Chambers

Results for the Run in the Forest 5 miles – 9.4.17

This race was held at Conkers Waterside Centre over a 5-mile course almost entirely off road and taking in some of the fine scenery that the National Forest has to offer. The surface comprised of hard packed trails along disused railway lines and canal towpaths with some sections of tarmac.  The event was part of the Burton & District Summer League and is very much an open race.  Fantastic runs by Cal and Sally who both came 1st in their age category !

Position Chip Time Name
207 00:57:44 Cal Oddy
218 01:22:37 Sally Slevin

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