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Athletics - City of Salisbury A&RC
Written by Sport4Salisbury Reporter   
Monday, 11 September 2017 14:01

SALISBURY Athletics Club’s Stuart Holloway was victorious in the Great Wishford 10k, registering a notably quick 36.05 minutes - fully five minutes clear of his closest challenger, Winchester AC's Ian Berry-Bowers.

Mark Glanville was fourth in 42.55, while in the women’s race, Ruth Thom also won by an impressive margin, crossing the line in a speedy 46.06.

At ten times the distance, the Thames Path 100k from Putney to Henley is a huge challenge of endurance. Phil Perry was unfazed, finishing in 11 hours and 27.10 minutes.

Jef Hutchby completed his fifth marathon in three months at the hilly off-road ‘Bad Cow’ event in Dorset, where he was timed at 6:10.32, not far behind the 6.04.55 of both Kathryn Dreyer and Jeanette Hardiman, and 5:54.30 of Liz Roberts, the latter having run a 12-mile warm-up event on the same terrain in 2:29.23.

In the half-marathon version, Steven Mitchell clocked 1:57.24 and Denise von Roretz 2:28.39.

At the Great North Run half-marathon in Newcastle, Richard Larcombe was among the 41,000 finishers and recorded 1:40.29, while Sue Sheppard and Wendy Lucas were timed at 3:23.06.

Over the same distance at Chippenham, Ian Shelley was well up the big field with 1:32.47 and Andy Budgell was not far behind in 1:38.19.

Chrissy Gorham was Salisbury’s only representative in the Farnham Pilgrim marathon, clocking 5.12.

Finally in the New Forest, Lee Syrett was the club’s best in the half marathon in 1:29.37, followed by Stuart Robertson 1:44.09 and Jana Tomblin 2:26.21; marathon times were Peter Manning 4:00.33, Di Cross 4:45.47 and Rebecca Lockwood 4:53.23; and in the 10k Jackie Chlebowski 61.53 and Carol Cheblowski 62.26.


Report by John Ruskin

Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 September 2017 05:02

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