Personal bests for March Athletics Club runners

PUBLISHED: 15:52 19 November 2018 | UPDATED: 15:52 19 November 2018

March Athletics Club.  Picture: DEBRA WAIT.

March Athletics Club. Picture: DEBRA WAIT.

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March Athletics Club took part in the St Neots half marathon and saw eight members achieve personal best times.

The club clearly on form, with Andrew Larham winning 1st V60 prize and Geraldine Larham won 1st V45.

Great performances from Dave Burgess completing the race is a fabulous 1 hour 18 minutes followed by first lady for the club Toni Alcaraz in 1 hour 24 minutes.

TIMES:-

David Burgess 1:18:58, Toni Alcaraz 1:24:06, Andrew Larham 1:27:48 (1st in Age Cat), Mick Stacey 1:28:24, Robin Wright 1:28:48pb, Geraldine Larham 1:29:15 (1st in Age Cat), Emma Tuck 1:31:25, Daniel Barber 1:33:36, Andrew Wool 1:34:24pb, Justin Elvidge 1:38:14, Kev Bunn 1:43:07, Teilo Pearce 1:45:53pb, Megan Ayling 1:46:23pb, Laura Webb 1:50:38pb, Simon Mills 1:55:29, Kathryn Brand 1:55:52pb, Samantha Wool 1:59:10, Gaelle Bryant 2:03:52, Mark Darlow 2:05:16, Dawn Veal 2:07:04, Graeme Dedman 2:07:17, Tracey Dickerson 2:08:48pb, Tina Lambert 2:11:21, Nina Markillie 2:11:22, Philip Cole 2:16:01, Sue Ward 2:16:02, Michelle Fovargue 2:19:03, Nicky Markillie 2:33:00, Sally Mills 2:34:00. Archie Bullman completed the 3k race and was 1st in U11 Age Cat. Darren Moat took part in the local long Sutton 10k and finished in a time of 46:19. Meanwhile going the distance at the Gosfield Trail Marathon Alan Brown and Phil Beldom completed the race in 4:51:47, followed by Suzanne Orr 6:58:50 and going half the distance the Trial Half Marathon – Luke Brown covered the course in 1:45:37 and Diane Brown 2:45:56


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