ATHLETICS: Johnson and Pitts survive the Dursley Dirty Dozen

First published in Sport

TOM JOHNSON and Martin Pitts were the only RSE runners up for the challenge of the Dursley Dirty Dozen, a renowned hilly and muddy 12-miler.

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Dursley Dirty Dozen

Tom finished in 2:13.25 and despite being blown over by the wind on Dursley Golf Course Martin finished just behind in 2:13.30.

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FOUR RSE runners turned out for the very muddy two-mile run, 10-mile bike and two-mile run on Sunday morning.

First home for the club was Andrew Maddison in 1:23.19 which earned him 26th position overall. Nick Duncan completed the course in 1:28.32, Andy Sampson in 1:38.20 and Oliver Cooper in 1:40.24.

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