Prom race victory for Ian

PUBLISHED: 14:18 23 November 2011

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Clevedon Athletic Club member Ian Smith notched up another win in the Weston Prom Run.

CLEVEDON Athletic Club member Ian Smith notched up another win in the Weston Prom Run, as he cruised home in 27.47.

Andy Heyes, recovering well from his Dublin efforts came home in seventh (29.08), with Luke Murray one spot behind in 29.16 and Stuart Hancock 12th (29.22). Andy Sloan (14th) and Richard Smith (15th) both recorded the same time of 29.44.

Other results: Maria Powell 41st (31.21), Steve Bull 45th (31.32), Steven James 51st (32.15), Julie Poole 53rd (32.20), Laura Croker 55th (32.27), Nigel Charman 56th (32.28), Ben Hides 98th (34.35), Hayley Marriott 100th (34.37), Andy King 102nd (34.43), Neil Wallace 114th (35.19), Bob Croker 115th (35.29), Malcolm Roberts 124th (36.14), Jessica Lovell 128th (36.33), Geoff Binns 140th (37.05), Carole Thomas 142nd (37.08), Alison Roberts 143rd (37.10), Andy Ewing 151st (37.42), Paula Hall 163rd (38.29), Eleanor Murray 186th (40.03), Maggie Naden 233rd (44.25), Milly 
Stowell 237th (44.48), Stuart Mcleod 239th (45.00), Fiona Sainty 255th 49.05.

Andy Tancock took part in the 8.5 mile Sodbury Slog, and came home in one hour 13 minutes in a race full of mud.

Alan Baker took part in the Bushy Park (park run) in Surrey. He finished in 11th spot in a time of 17.39 in a field of about 800 runners. Stuart Hancock finished in 29th position in the Derby XC League held at Foremark Reservoir.

Maria Powell competed in the Castle Combe Chilly Duathlon (2m run, 10m bike, 2m run) and recorded times of (run 1: 12:16, bike: 25:07, run 2: 12:34 for a total time of 51:35 and to finish as first female.

Clevedon AC meet on Tuesdays at the Clevedon Community School field and Thursdays in Strode Sport Centre in Clevedon (both days 7pm sharp). Also see the club web site www.clevedonac.co.uk for further contact information.


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