Ashford & District RRC 5 & 10 Mile Marshalls’ Race – Sunday 21stOctober 2018

Ashford & District RRC 5 & 10 Mile Marshalls’ Race – Sunday 21st October 2018

Those marshaling the club’s Halloween 5 & 10 Mile Race had the opportunity to compete on the course themselves on Sunday morning. In the 5-mile race, Rob Barton was first home in 33:40, with Stuart Nunn next in 43:49 and John Fidge close behind in 45:27. Lisa Jones was first lady home in 48:46, closely followed by Sarah Homewood in 49:05. Anne Fidge and Anne Healy both finished in 50:45, with Lesley Moody achieving a personal best time of 52:41. Rachel Jenkins (54:49) and Lucy Johnstone (54:54) finished in quick succession, followed by Julie Foster in 1:16:52.

Paul Moses was the first to complete the 10-mile course in 1:09:56, with Scotty Lynch hot on his heels in 1:10:26. Richard Baker was next in 1:12:40, followed by Carl Ireland in 1:17:00 and Elodie Paviot in a personal best time of 1:17:10. James Phillips finished the course in 1:22:38, followed by Mark Cleworth (1:30:52), Keith Lynn (1:36:10) and Will Whittington (1:37:07).

Great South Run – 21st October 2018

Shaun Snowwolf-Harris completed the Great South Run around the streets and sights of Portsmouth, finishing the 10-mile course in a personal best time of 1:26:13.

Croydon 10K – Sunday 21st October 2018

Gill O’Connor completed the Croydon 10K on Sunday. The race, which snaked around the outskirts of Croydon’s Lloyd Park, saw her come 1st in the V55 category with a time of 47:41.

Thanet Colour Run – Sunday 21st October 2018

Emma Jenkins enjoyed the 5k Colour Run in Thanet on Sunday, finishing in 45:00. The course took runners through clouds of powdered paint.

Parkrun – Saturday 20th October 2018

Cristine Costiff ran the 5K forest trail of Bedgebury Parkrun on Saturday, coming 1st in the VW55-59 category with a time of 23:23.

On the Kent coast, both Will Whittington (24:56) and Trevor Sparkes (26:20) completed the Walmer and Deal Parkrun in personal best times; Emma Jenkins crossed the finish line in 32:47.

Closer to home, Paul Ridley was 7th overall and achieved a personal best time of 19:13 in the Ashford Parkrun; Shaun Snowwolf-Harris completed the course in 27:59.

 

by Verity Dunbar