Frosty competition for Fenland Running Club

PUBLISHED: 15:39 05 February 2018 | UPDATED: 15:39 05 February 2018

Stuart Follen of Fenland Running Club at Nene Park, Peterborough

Stuart Follen of Fenland Running Club at Nene Park, Peterborough

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As the fourth race got underway in three degrees, frost and mud underfoot, alongside a blistering head wind, the Fenland Running Club fielded an 11 strong team to blast across the 5.3 mile cross country course at Nene Park, Peterborough.

Sarah Gauvin of Fenland Running Club Sarah Gauvin of Fenland Running Club

Our first man home was Stuart Follen in 71st place with a frostbiting time of 34:07 followed by our first female home, Sarah Gauvin, in 206th place with a chilling time of 40:10.

Full results are Stuart Follen 71st 34:07; Tim Chapman 123rd 36:43, Richard Agger 141st 37:27; Sarah Gauvin 206th 40:10; Alan Bird 250th 41:53; Ian Milburn 252nd 41:59; Tony Foice-Beard 283rd 43:15; Derek Barsby 333rd 46:23; Larissa Follen 349th 47:54; Sarah Rippon 391st 53:28; Emma Bonner 430th 101:19.

Photography was courtesy of Tim Chapman and Audrius Klimasauskas.

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