Athletics: Fenland Running Club members keep busy over 10k

Fenland Running Club members at the New Year's Eve 10k

Fenland Running Club members at the New Year's Eve 10k - Credit: Archant

Fenland Running Club members have been busy over the festive period.

Lucy Hicks

Lucy Hicks - Credit: Archant

A group of 25 took on three 10k races on New Year’s Eve, with 15 at the Sublime Advanced Performance event in Peterborough.

Bethan Everson (41.32) was first home for the club and fourth female overall, with Rod Sinnott (43.48) not far behind.

Nicky Jennings (45.42) and Jane Greenwood (53.55) had age groups wins, with Maire Kay (48.08) and Ian King (52.33) finishing inbetween.

Sue Barrow (53.59), Adrian Searle (54.51), Rachael Nichols (55.58) and Lucy icks (60.48) set personal bests, with Carol Slater-Garner (58.48), Sarah Rippon (60.28), Gilly Anderson (62.15), Barbara Welbourne (65.00) and Chris Anderson (65.09) also in action.

Bethan Everson

Bethan Everson - Credit: Archant


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At the annual Ely 10k, Claudia Milburn led Fenland home in 46.08, followed by Alan Bird (52.43), Neil Bailey (52.51), Ian Milburn (64.02) and Sharon Bird (68.36).

And Nigel Searle (42.33), Steve Bennington (43.15), Hayley Missin (53.06) and Andy Wicklen took on the RAF Marham 10k around the perimeter of the airfield.

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Wicklen had raised £452 in a solo charity marathon run around Wisbech for the cricket and hockey club a few days earlier.

Jane Greenwood

Jane Greenwood - Credit: Archant

Rod Sinnott

Rod Sinnott - Credit: Archant

Nicky Jennings

Nicky Jennings - Credit: Archant

Barbara Welbourn

Barbara Welbourn - Credit: Archant

SteveBenningotn and Hayley MIssin at RAF Marham

SteveBenningotn and Hayley MIssin at RAF Marham - Credit: Archant

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