Runners register excellent times on the prom

PUBLISHED: 14:46 04 March 2015 | UPDATED: 14:47 04 March 2015

Clevedon Athletic Club.

Clevedon Athletic Club.

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Clevedon Athletic Club members enjoyed good results at the latest Weston Prom Run.

CONGRATULATIONS go to the 32 Clevedon Athletic Club runners who turned up at Weston for the latest Prom Run.

Commiserations to Clive Richards and Pete Wheddon, who had to pull out, either during or before the race.

Results: 2nd, Luke Murray 27.26; 3rd, Alex Crossland 28.06; 12th, Peter Fews 29.38; 16th, Baaba Sow 30.02; 17th, Matthew Crocker 30.03; 18th, Paul Bird 30.09; 21st, Nick Hides 30.18; 29th, Andy Heyes 30.43; 49th, Julie Poole 32.16; 52nd, Louise Manson 32.32; 53rd, Ben Burns 32.35; 57th, Paul O’Connell 32.53; 59th, Alex Murray 33.09; 63rd, Nathan Walpole 33.31; 64th, Laura Meech 33.34; 66th, Nigel Charman 33.38; 78th, Simon Smith 34.38; 79th, Mark Storey 34.50; 91st, Dawn Barcham 35.21; 102nd, Ben Sharp 35.46; 109th, Mark Baker 36.01; 112th, Jane Cooley 36.28; 115th, Donna Davies 36.45; 116th, Michael Andrews 36.58; 130th, Sally Dennis 38.05; 140th, Charlotte Gray 38.44; 146th, Marie Lochrie 39.10; 152nd, Helen Ball 39.24; 161st, Andy King 40.16; 176th, Elaine Heyes 41.26.

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 www.clevedonac.co.uk


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