ATHLETICS: Shona Crombie-Hicks wins ladies' race at Angels 10k
9:42am Tuesday 29th April 2014 in Sport
BOURTON ROADRUNNERS scooped a host of prizes at the Angels 10k in Ashleworth, near Tewkesbury.
Dennis Walmsley was fourth overall on the challenging technical course, his time of 35.57 earning him 15th pace in the British V50 rankings.
Shona Crombie-Hicks won the first lady prize in 38.07.
Ewen Smith flew around the course for second MV45 with 38.24.
Other times: Darren Long 39.21; Tony Goodwill 43.13 (1st MV55); John Gibson 44.28 (1st MV60); Brian Hulcup 46.27 (2nd MV60); Chris Dry 47.11; Jan Short 50.35 (1st LV55); Liz Hulcup 51.42 (3rd LV60) and Lynn Hudson 54.21 (3rd LV55).
Shakepeare Rotary Half Marathon
MEANWHILE, another group of Roadrunners took part in the Shakepeare Rotary Half Marathon and Marathon.
In the half marathon, Maxine Emes finished in 1:52.38 and Ed Rozier in 2:05.01.
In the marathon, David Turnbull paced his debut marathon perfectly to finish in 3:56.53. Claire Harrison was keeping Susan Hunt company (4:02.27 and 4:02.28 respectively) and Julia Kelly finished in 4:20.18.
IAN and Niamh Shoemark headed to the Highworth 5-mile race, where they clocked up times of 32.12 and 34.59 respectively.
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