ATHLETICS: Local runners star at Run Norwich 10k

PUBLISHED: 14:39 08 August 2017 | UPDATED: 14:40 08 August 2017

Fenland Running Club duo Ian and Claudia Milburn at the Run Norwich 10k.

Fenland Running Club duo Ian and Claudia Milburn at the Run Norwich 10k.


Local runners were busy recording top times at the Run Norwich 10k at the weekend.

Both Fenland Running Club and Three Counties Running Club stars were in action in Norfolk alongside over 4,700 other runners.

Bethan Everson was first across the line for FRC in 43:17 (226th), followed by Claudia Milburn (44:40, 319th), Daniel Spiller (47:47, 343rd) and Ian Milburn (47:47, 626th), who claimed the MV70 category title.

For Three Counties, Adam Chown was first home in 45:04, followed by Karen Louise and Mark Southwood, who both recorded 50:49 which proved to be a new personal best for Karen.

Team Garner were next to finish with Jo beating her husband Chris in her hometown with a course personal best of 1:01:09. Chris also posted a new best time of 1:01:38.

Next home for TCRC was father and daughter duo Steve and Esme Whitelam, who both achieved course bests in 1:05:33 and 1:16:32 respectively.


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