Results to Monday 21st May 2018

The Great Manchester Run

Charlie Arnell was 9th British lady finisher in the Great Manchester 10k Run, where time stood still as thousands of competitors paused to remember the Arena victims. Among the field were the Men’s race winner Sir Mo Farah (28:27) and Ladies winner Ethiopian champion Tirunesh Dibaba.(31:08)
Although Arnell just missed out on the cash prizes which were awarded to the top six British finishers, this was an invaluable experience rubbing shoulders with the best with no entry fee or queues! A brilliant day and a good job done said Charlie with a (36:56) finish at 17th out of the 30 elite girls in what were very hot conditions on a not particularly fast course. Next race the Torbay Half Marathon!

Plymouth Half Marathon

Four TAAC members ran in Britain’s Ocean City Half Marathon at Plymouth on a challenging, yet scenic 13.1 mile course taking in Plymouth’s famous landmarks. Finishing 89th was S/M Chris Billing in (1:30:47) followed closely by 122nd MV40 Steve Weeks (1:32:27) with 1007th Pete McCraig M/V45 (1:56:09) chased home by 1008th Katie Codling S/F (1:56:10) There were 3394 finishers

The Clyst Hydon Huff
At the Clyst Hydon Huff a scenic multi terrain 10km Mark Bruce enjoyed the great weather, with beautiful scenery and a fantastic run with Laura Hawker in her first race. Bruce was pleased with his finishing time of 1hr 10mins, on a route up hills, around lanes, in woods and through ankle deep bog!

Parkruns
Torbay Velopark parkrun (240 runners): 2 Peter MONAGHAN (16:37), 5 Shaun MCKERNAN (17:40), 6 Martyn BRESLAN (18:07), 7 Andrew LONGTHORPE (18:17), 13 Nick ROBINSON (19:44), 25 Ian HAYWARD (21:52), 31 Stephen WILBRAHAM (22:07), 32 (2nd Lady) Fay CAMERON (22:17), 33 Louise OLDRIDGE (22:19), 45 Mike DAVIES (23:01), 50 Stephen LOFTHOUSE (23:32), 83 Mark SMITH (25:50), 90 Simon GILBOY (26:21), 94 Sally DAVIES (26:27), 169 Kirsten MUNDY (32:23)
Parke parkrun (132 runners): 84 Robert WELLS (31:46)
Haga parkrun (87 runners): 39 Hamish RENTON (26:00), 80 Max RENTON (37:52)