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Athletics: Edmonton proves to be the place for speedy park runs

Lifestyle / Tue 25th Aug 2015 at 07:14am

TWO Harlow Running Club members took advantage of a flat course at the Edmonton Parkrun 5K to record personal best times for the distance(PB). Robin Lozeau finished in 9th place out of 39 finishers in 21min 47sec and Alan Wellbelove was 12th in 24min 13sec.

Meanwhile at the Harlow Parkrun 5K Darren Tiley finished in 7th place out of 112 finishers in 21min 52sec. He was followed home by Terry Ridge (11th in 22:41), Paul Dixon (16th in 23:31), Martyn Coulter (21st in 24:29PB), Spencer Brooks (25th in 25:00), Louise Cootes (48th in 29:00), Debbie Cooper (59th in 30:35) and Pushpa Mistry (68th in 32:02).

At the Hatfield Forset Parkrun 5K Graham Saville finished in 32nd place out of 138 finishers in 23min 37sec. He was followed by Terry Pike (44th in 24:34), David Page (56th in 25:26) and Janice Page (62nd and 2nd Female Vet 50 in 25:47).

At the Weymouth Parkrun 5K Jamie Jephcott finished in 6th place out of 271 finishers and 1st Vet 40 in an excellent 18min 51sec.

At the Gunpowder Parkrun 5K at Waltham Abbey Colin Moody finished in 28th place out of 124 finishers in 23min 10sec.

At the Kimbolton Castle Half Marathon in Cambridgeshire Justin Patten finished in 229th place out of 583 finishers in 1hr 48min 02sec. He was followed by Martyn Poulter (311th in 1:55:26), Debbie Barry (447th in 2:08:59) and Darren Tiley (448th in 2:09:00)

At Leila’s Run at Wheathampstead, a multi-terrain marathon, Andy Kinney finished in 84th place out of 110 finishers in 5hrs 55min 03sec.

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