ATHLETICS: March Athletics Club stars smash their personal bests at Thorney five-mile road race

PUBLISHED: 15:24 22 August 2017 | UPDATED: 15:24 22 August 2017

March AC members at the Thorney five-mile road race.

March AC members at the Thorney five-mile road race.

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March Athletics Club members posted new personal best times – and scooped trophies – at the Thorney five-mile road race last Sunday.

First to cross the line for the local club was Billy Bremner in a personal best time of 29 minutes and three seconds – enough to take second place in his age category.

For the ladies, both Toni Alcaraz and Emma Tuck sealed new best times, coming in third in the ladies and first in the Vet 40 category respectively. Geraldine Larham also lifted a trophy – the Vet 45 prize after her time of 34:27.

Times: Billy Bremner: 29:03 (PB, 2nd in category), David Burgess: 29:18 (PB), Toni Alcaraz: 32:19 (PB, first in category), Emma Tuck: 33:23 (PB, second in category), Geraldine Larham: 34:27 (first in category), Bryan Newman: 36:59 (second in category), Bryan Goodenough: 38:38, Steve Starr: 39:26, Harry Littlemore: 40:19, Jon Long: 40:34, Sarah Starr: 41:59, Mark Oakerbee: 43:28 (PB), Fay Scrivener: 44:23, Malcolm Hunt: 50:05, Pat Brown: 50:47, Gena Jackman: 1:00:33 (third in category).


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