Three Counties Runners gain personal bests at Shouldham Cross Country event - despite the cold weather snap

Morgan Harrison ran a fantastic race finishing in a time of 25:44 grabbing 2nd in age place for the

Morgan Harrison ran a fantastic race finishing in a time of 25:44 grabbing 2nd in age place for the entire series. - Credit: Archant

The snow, cold winds and ice didn’t put off Three Counties Running Club Members running their socks off at the final Shouldham Cross Country event of the series and bagging lots of PB’s and podium places.

Once again Under 17s Runner Morgan Harrison ran a fantastic race finishing in a time of 25:44 grabbing 2nd in age place not only for the race but also the entire series.

First home in the 6.5km race for TCRC was Senior Mens Runner Graham Rushmer in a great time of 25:58 followed by Lee Johnson 27:02PB.

Senior Lady

Louise Drew finished in 40:46 after taking a tumble at the start.


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Vet ladies 35-39

Sarah Johnson not only got a PB with a time of 35:46 but also grabbed 3rd in age podium place followed by Fay Gratton in 39:50.

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Vet Men 40-44

Kersten Muller 29:37 followed by Matt Hunter 35:44PB.

Vet Ladies 40-44

Claire Apted ran into 2nd of age place and also managed a PB of 31:11 followed by team mate Tracey Else taking 3rd in age spot and a time of 33:47.

Vet Ladies 45-49

Sarah Lamb 42:30PB

Vet Men 50-54

A strong three Counties field with Stephen Rhodes running a PB 30:58, Colin Apps 33:43, Arthur Sargeant 34:38 and Tony Lamb 35:47PB.

Vet Ladies +55

A fantastic run by Sandra Rhodes racing into a podium 3rd place spot and a PB 38:29.

Parkrun results

Boston

Colin Apps 25:46

Joely Apps 59:39(tail runner)

March

Steve Clarke 37:10

TCRC are next flying the flag Sunday at the Wyndham20 miler and the London landmarks Half marathon.

Don’t forget to check out ThreeCountiesRC Facebook page and website for details on the up and coming Bunny Run which is being held on Good Friday at Wisbech Park. Visit: www.threecountiesrc.org

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