Clevedon runners take part in range of distances

PUBLISHED: 12:39 18 July 2017 | UPDATED: 12:39 18 July 2017

Clevedon Athletic Club.

Clevedon Athletic Club.

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Clevedon Athletic Club members took part in a range of racing distances, from five to 100 kilometres.

The summer events have kept coming for Clevedon Athletic Club with athletes racing distances ranging from five to 100 kilometres.

At the Bitton 5k, it was a personal best for Steve and age group win plus second lady position for Laura Meech.

Jo Gallagher was the first lay home at the Gloucester 10k and there were great performances at the Thornbury 10k and the Two Tunnels 10k where Ben Burns finished in third place.

There was a brilliant turnout of 26 runners to take part in the invitation only Tow Path 10k Mob Match hosted by Great Western Runners.

Superb running all round including a fifth place for Luke Murray and PBs for Steve Wood and Chris Davies. Congratulations to the whole team for a third place finish.

Congratulations to Jemma and Gary Lewis and Chris Hillier who took on the 100k (62 miles) Race to the Stones. This endurance event held over one or two days takes runners along The Ridgeway which is described as Britain’s oldest road and runs from the Chilterns to the North Wessex Downs and finishes next to the 5,000-year-old stone circle at Avebury.

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: www.clevedonac.co.uk


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