New course for Clevedon runners

PUBLISHED: 14:36 25 February 2015

Luke Murray.

Luke Murray.


Clevedon Athletic Club members faced a new course at Weston.

CONGRATULATIONS go to the Clevedon Athletic Club runners who raced the new course at Weston.

The refreshing of the former Tough Ten Challenge created the new Two Bays Tough Ten, with the updated 10-mile course using sections of beach in Weston Bay and Sand Bay, (closed) tarmac road along the seafront and coast, sections of promenade, woodland trails within Worlebury Woods, and the National Trust headland and trig point on Sand Point.

There was a great second place to Clevedon resident and former club member James Rogers and a few minutes back and in third place was Luke Murray, followed by Alex Crossland in fifth place for Clevedon.

Results: 2nd, James Rodgers 58.37; 3rd, Luke Murray 1.01.42; 5th, Alex Crossland 1.03.14; 23rd, Neil Maston 1.07.39; 25th, Matt Crocker 1.08.17; 27th, Nick Hides 1.08.24; 32nd, Paul Bird 1.09.11; 36th, Ben Burns 1.09.30; 43rd, Peter Wheddon 1.10.47; 104th, Maria Powell 1.16.21; 123rd, Laura Meech 1.17.13; 143rd, Simon Smith 1.18.38; 211st, James Hollis 1.21.42; 216th, Ben Sharp 1.22.07; 226th, Hayley Marriott 1.22.40; 235th, Geoff Binns 1.23.09; 265th, Christopher Davies 1.24.24; 372nd, Sally Dennis 1.28.41; 285th, Mike Rawlings 1.29.16; 423, Peter Coekin 1.30.51; 439th, Donna Davies 1.31.43; 540th, Marie Lochrie 1.35.24.

If you wish to join in with the success of the club, come along to one of our sessions and give it a go. The club meet at various times for training, including a weekly indoor cross training session on a Monday.

The weekly Tuesday and Thursday running sessions start at 7pm at Strode Leisure Centre, Clevedon. Other coached sessions are also offered over the weekends.

Further information is available on the club website

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