ATHLETICS: Podium finishes and Parkrun bests for Three Counties runners

PUBLISHED: 11:04 13 December 2017 | UPDATED: 11:04 13 December 2017

Three Counties Running Club members at the Brandon Parkrun, from the left, Sarah Johnson, Graham Rushmer, Jonny Clark, Sarah Lamb, Jodie Clark.

Three Counties Running Club members at the Brandon Parkrun, from the left, Sarah Johnson, Graham Rushmer, Jonny Clark, Sarah Lamb, Jodie Clark.

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A Three Counties Running Club braved the freezing conditions to collect podium finishes last Sunday.

Kersten Muller of Three Counties Running Club.Kersten Muller of Three Counties Running Club.

Morgan Harrison and Kersten Muller both claimed third places in their age groups at the latest round of the Ryston Runners Cross-Country Series in Norfolk.

Harrison completed a muddy and icy course at Shouldham in 28.43 with Muller clocking 29.15.

Daniel Barnes was the club’s quickest member in Parkrun events last Saturday. He completed the King’s Lynn race in 20.14 where Mark Mattless finished in 22.41.

Graham Rushmer set a new personal best of 21.09 at Brandon where Sarah Johnson finished first in her age group in 26.36. Jonny Clark (22.54), Sarah Lamb (34.13) and Jodie Clark (34.20) also ran there.

Steve Clarke completed the March Parkrun in 34.58.

Three Counties Running Club is staging a Santa Run at Wisbech Park on December 23.

The event will feature a 5km main race and a 1km fun run along with food and refreshment stalls, a craft stall and a raffle.

All finishers receive a medal and a Santa hat. Entry is £6 in advance through www.threecountiesrc.org or £7 on the day.


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