Results sent on Monday 25th June

Torbay Half Marathon   

At the Torbay Half Marathon with 1520 finishers on a very warm day Charlie Arnell knocked 5 minutes off her best half time to claim the second lady prize in (1:18:44) with proud Dad Tony said afterwards things have just got serious!! 4th Lady Naomi Flanagan (1:26:46) also had a great run in the conditions saying my fastest paced half marathon in two years! and best time on the course by 1 minute. Although most Club members were assisting with the many tasks on the day a few lucky ones were competing 20 Charlie Arnell Torbay 2nd Lady (1:18:44)-38 Shaun McKernan (01:24:50)
55 Naomi Flanagan 6th Lady (1:26:46)-89 Chris Billing (1:30:05)- 104 Dean Hodge (1:31:53)-
214 Adam Taylor (1:40:18)- 439 Ray Brown (1:51:08)-486 David Maxwell (1:52:53)- 555 Christopher Norman (1:56:01)- 848 Mark Smith (2:07:46)-1332 Gemma Radcliffe (2:34:02)1352 Alma Badard (2:36:13)

Devon AA Track Races

In the Devon County 10k Track Championship at Exeter Arena MV45 Anthony Raine finished 1st in (40:10:77) with Sonny Harvey 2nd SM (42:41:55). In the West County Mile Iona Farquharson finished 11th and 1st U13 in (5:30:28) In the try the Track Mile event Mia Radcliffe finished 1st F13 (6:17:99)

Giants Head Marathon 

Mark Bruce had a brilliant day completing his first marathon White Star Running’s 6th running of the Giants Head Marathon 6th and its 100th event. Starting from the beautiful village of Sydling St.Nicholas Dorset This was a very challenging hilly but beautiful off road course running through the Sydling and Cerne valleys around and under the famous Cerne Giant. Mark Bruce an excellent 70th in (5:24:63) with 465 finishers.

Seelbach 10k

In the Black Forest Debbie Drake was trying out her racing flats for the first time at the Seelbach 10k Germany, where her new shoes helped her knock nearly 2 mins off her normal time at (46.11) and claim 1st spot in the FV50 category with 650 finishers

  Culinary Coastal Canter

Seventeen miles of Hot and hilly Coastal and Estuary Paths at the Culinary Coastal Canter , the route a smorgasbord of coastal trails, beaches and riverside    meanderings. 17    miles in all, starting from the Schoolhouse Restaurant in Mothecombe, on the Flete Estate, South Hams. Brian Lewis who finished in 34th place      from 84 runners in (3.39.42) said  afterwards we started with wet feet as we crossed the Erme Estuary and finished with a 400 metre run on the beach dodging    sunbathers on South Milton Sands. including a mile  run along the beach at Bigbury.