Laura finishes second at Tough Ten

PUBLISHED: 15:01 15 February 2017 | UPDATED: 15:01 15 February 2017

Clevedon Athletic Club.

Clevedon Athletic Club.

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Clevedon Athletic Club members recorded some fine results at the challenging Two Bays Tough Ten race at Weston.

Several members of Clevedon Athletic Club took part in the challenging Two Bays Tough Ten race in Weston.

The 10-mile course covers a variety of terrain including road, sand and woodland trails, plus a sharp hill climb up to Sand Point.

Many congratulations to Laura Meech who completed the course in 1.12.56 and took the prize for second lady. Prizes also went to Pete Wheddon for first V60 (1.12.50) and Hayley Marriott 10th lady and third V40 (1.21.37).

Other results: Ben Burns 1.01.47, Matt Crocker 1.08.04, Alex Murray 1.10.23, Martin Hewlett 1.11.54, Simon Smith 1.15.20, Gary Lewis 1.15.35, Simon Hancock 1.20.12, Kevin Neads 1.27.53, Sally Richards 1.29.14, Jemma Lewis 1.34.27.

This year a friendly five race option was held for the first time, also starting on the beach and taking runners along an undulating course back to the finish through Worlebury Woods. Congratulations to Charlotte Gray who finished as third lady and first V45 (39.17) and to Clare Holdaway (53.52).

If you want to join in with the success of Clevedon Athletic Club, please come along to a training session, whether it is the weekly circuit training at Clevedon School gym on a Monday evening at 7pm or the two running sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Sessions start at 7pm from Strode Sports Centre and there are different groups for different abilities. Keep up to date with club news by liking us on Facebook or following us on Twitter.


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