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Athletics: The Jephcotts and Andy Kinney keep running and running.

Lifestyle / Wed 8th Apr 2015 at 11:15am

HARLOW Running Club member Jamie Jephcott was victorious at the Gunpowder Parkrun 5K at Waltham Abbey winning the race out of 113 finishers in an excellent personal best time for the distance of 18min 13sec and son Daniel was 3rd and 1st U20 in 19min 44sec.

Meanwhile at the Hatfield Forest Parkrun 5K Justin Patten finished in 33rd place out of 139 finishers in 24min 13sec. He was followed home by Jim Bates in 36th place and 1st Vet 70 in a superb 24min 29sec, Dave Page 57th in 26min 47sec, Terry Pike 83rd in 28min 16sec, Alan Bore 135th and 2nd Vet 70 in 39min 54sec and Caroline Bore 136th and 1st Lady Vet 60 in 40min 13sec.

At the Harlow Parkrun 5K Spencer Brooks finished in 14th place out of 97 finishers in 24min 35sec and Alan Wellbelove was 32nd in 26min 57sec.

At the Mid Essex Casuals Eggstravaganza Trail Half Marathon Darren Coates finished in 6th place out of 33 finishers in 1hr 49min 16sec.

Prolific runner Andy Kinney completed an incredible four marathons in four days over the Easter weekend. On Friday Kinney finished the Bletchley Enigma Marathon in 5hrs 36min.

On Saturday he completed the first day of the Easter Triple around the Reservoir Marathon at Northampton, finishing in 79th place out of 90 finishers in 5hrs 34min 50sec. On Sunday he completed the second day in 58th place out of 64 finishers in 5hrs 30min 06sec and on Monday the third day in 33rd place out of 37 finishers in 5hrs 35min 21sec. Over the four days Kinney spent an exhausting 22 hours completing a total distance of 104 miles.

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