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Saturday saw the clubs 10mile event take place at the towns South Park. Again it was an excellent turnout from club runners and officials which made the event possible. The race was won by Durham City’s Will Lindsay in 55:52 but club runners Chris Fothersgill, Colin Taylor and Paul Allan, who incidentally was using the event to pace his upcoming Chicago marathon finished 2nd, 3rd and 4th respectively.
The event was made possible by an amazing team of supporters from the club who fulfilled all roles on the day. Thank you everyone who came along and supported. Results for South Park 10 can be found here
Earlier in the week we had some of our runners at the latest Darlington Trail race at South Park. The 5k (or in this case around 2.7m race) had a new name on the winners list as club runner Harry Wilson showed veteran, and race favourite Colin Taylor a clean pair of heels by edging him out by 5 seconds. V60 runner Phil Teece was also in action along with Harry’s parents Kevin and Sarah who finished 5th, 8th and 12th in a field of 36. Well done all of you.
Results for the event can be found here
Eleanor Gibson finished 2nd place in the u13 fell race and 2nd place in the u17 handicap 1600m race at the Rusland Show in the Lake District on Saturday while mum Caroline took on the Senior run (1.75miles but with 560ft ascent). Well done both of you.
Details of the Rusland Show can be found here
David Nalder was our only competitor at Dalton Park 10mile race on Sunday. David finished the event 1st in his age category and 18th overall on the day in a time of 1:21:12. Great running David.
Full results can be found here
In a time where officials are at a premium, was fantastic to see two of our very own supporting a recent U20’s international event at Swansea. Mark Tallon and Sarah Johnson who are two of our club officials and are constantly banging the drum for people to get involved showed terrific leadership by supporting this event and showing people what can be achieved away from the track, road and field. Well done guys, you are both a credit to the club.