Runners celebrate personal bests at the GEAR 10K race in King’s Lynn

GEAR run by Fenland Running Club members

GEAR run by Fenland Running Club members - Credit: Archant

Personal bests were smashed by athletes from the Fenland Running Club at a 10K race in King’s Lynn.

GEAR run by Fenland Runing Club

GEAR run by Fenland Runing Club - Credit: Archant

The GEAR race saw personal bests for half of the 36 club runners who turned out.

With superb conditions, in a field of more than two thousand finishers, FRC had some great results.

First home for the club was Andrew Plume, gracing his charity raising efforts for Alzheimer’s Society with a PB of 36:06.

First lady home for the club was new Bethan Everson who was seventh female senior overall in a PB time of 38:43.


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Another outstanding effort was made by Ryan Jones who achieved a time of 40:23 whilst running in an Incredibles superhero outfit.

Full results: Andrew Plume 31st 36:06 (PB); Martin Jennings 48th 36:54; Richard Hammond 59th 37:19 (PB); Bethan Everson 87th 38:43 (PB); Stuart Follen 104th 39:36 (PB); Ryan Jones 126th 40:23; Rod Sinnott 133rd 40:43; John Shaw 167th 41:32 (PB); Richard Agger 294th 44:28 (PB); Claudia Milburn 300th 44:34 (PB); Tom Richards 326th 44:44; Sarah Gauvin 326th 45:09; Nicky Jennings 353rd 45:38; Max Pearson 374th 46:00 (PB); Ian King 416th 46:43 (PB); Carol Bowett 158th 47:10 (PB); Ann Trett 501st 48:03; Paulina Zub 532nd 48:23; Pamela Reynolds 512th 48:28 (PB); Justin Brown 558th 48:39 (PB); Keith White 587th 49:02; John Welborne 606th 47:10; Sam Lyddiatt 833rd 52:09; Jane Greenwood 929th 53:18 (PB); Paula Mulcock 1,028th 54:35; Joanne Clarke 1,068th 55:05; Tracy Adams 1,078th 55:17 (PB); Julie Garner 1,130th 55:49 (PB); Carol Slater-Garner 1,582nd 1:02:55 (PB); Barbara Welborne 1,565th 1:02:39; Julia Oram 1:03:13 (PB); Stephen Brunton 1,653rd 1:04:22; Kristy Brunton 1,708th 1:05:36 (PB); Sally King 1.950th 1:12:50 (PB).

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