Clevedon runners enjoy success at Weston races

PUBLISHED: 14:23 27 February 2018 | UPDATED: 14:23 27 February 2018

Luke and Jen and Weston Prom Race.

Luke and Jen and Weston Prom Race.


Clevedon Athletic Club members enjoyed success at the Weston Prom five-mile race and the Two Bays Tough Ten event.

It was a great night for Clevedon Athletic Club at the recent Weston Prom five-mile race with first places for Luke Murray and Jen Bishop and personal best times for Steph James and Si Smith.

Full results: Luke Murray 26.58, Ryan Kestle 28.44, Lee Southernwood 29.23, Matthew Crocker 29.50, Tom Abrahams 30.34, Jen Bishop 31.14, Ben Burns 31.27, Nathan Walpole 31.53, Alex Murray 32.31, Laura Meech 32.49, Nigel Charman 32.49, Simon Smith 32.51, Gary Lewis 33.29, Lindsey Kestle 34.36, Peter Wheddon 34.56, Paul Green 35.05, Helen Ball 35.58, Jemma Lewis 36.07, Laura Croker 36.27, Sophie Bridges 36.45, Simon Hawkes 36.52, Dawn Barcham 37.12, Paula Hall 37.36, Lara Carty 37.43, Kerry Coombes 38.49, Sally Richards 38.55, Marie Lochrie 39.07, Stephanie James 39.09, Anthony Dauncey 39.47, Andy King 41.23, Andrew Mooney 41.26, Kate Dewfall 45.22, Elaine Heyes 46.41, Katie Watts 46.44 and Lucy Burston 46.55.

Also in Weston, several members took part in the Two Bays Tough Ten. An event that always lives up to its name, the 10-mile course takes runners on a mixture of terrain out and up to Sand Point, before returning through Worlebury Woods and finishing under the Grand Pier. Congratulations to Jen Bishop who finished second lady.

Times: Ryan Kestle 1.05.19, Martin Hewlett 1.10.09, Jen Bishop 1.11.13, Gary Lewis 1.14.28, Nigel Charman 1.17.52, Jemma Lewis 1.28.31, Sally Richards 1.29.20, Helen Ball 1.30.02 and Marie Lochrie 1.35.12.

If you want to join in with the success of Clevedon Athletic Club, please come along to a training session, full details on the website.

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