Athletics: Austin wins award after taking huge bite out of 10K time

Lifestyle / Tue 9th Aug 2016 pm31 03:19pm

HARLOW Running Club member Afewerk was first finisher at the Gunpowder parkrun
5K at Waltham Abbey, finishing in 17min 34sec, just 1 second outside his
personal best time for the distance (PB) and he was followed home by Amaniel
Tesfay 2nd in 18.18 (PB). Carinne Jay was 19th in 21.51 (PB) which is a new HRC
Female Vet 50 record which has stood since 2002. Julia Gardiner was 20th in
21.56, Jamie Luck 21st in 22.00 and Dionne Jones 24th in 22.05.

Meanwhile at the Harlow parkrun 5K Craig Segal finished in 5th place out of 143
finishers in 20min 48sec. He was followed by Terry Ridge 7th in 21.35, Catherine
Ridge 12th in 22.25, Andy Bradley 15th in 22.50, Mark Ramsey 17th in 23.16 (PB),
Darren Tiley 18th in 23.21, Graham Saville 20th in 23.34, Spencer Brooks 26th in
23.53, Nicola Smith 27th in 24.03, Andy Smith 73rd in 29.20, Jeff Mace 80th in
29.50, Debbie Barry 84th in 30.03, Pushpa Mistry 92nd in 30.47 and Brenda
Clayton 105th in 32.38.

At the Hackney Marshes parkrun 5K Alex Smith finished in 15th place out of 144
finishers in 19min 17sec and Martyn Coulter was 19th in 20.14 (PB).

At the Chichester parkrun 5K Andy Terrell finished in 6th place out of 164
finishers in 20min 03sec.

At the Stevenage parkrun 5K Jason Haigh finished in 11th place out of 279
finishers in 20min 09sec and Celia Haigh was 82nd in 25.05 (PB).

At the Galway parkrun 5K in Ireland Paul Lee finished in 8th place out of 55
finishers in 21min 58sec and Faith Jackson-Lee was 9th in 22.36 (PB).

At the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park 10K Michelle Hyde finished in 184th place
out of 379 finishers in 54min 25sec.

At the AJ Bell London Triathlon, a 1500 metre swim, 40K bike ride and a 10k run,
Paul Schroder finished in 2226th place out of 3285 finishers in 3hrs 06min
56sec. He was followed by Carmen Byfield 2599th in 3.17.32 and Anna Robey 2652nd
in 3.19.33,

Austin Nyamande was awarded the inaugural Decathlon sponsored Runner of the
Month Trophy for July for his performance at the Ware 10K race where he
improved his PB by a massive 9m 30s.

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