Fenland Running Club sent nine teams to the annual Hereward Relay recently.
Fenland Running Club sent two of its members to compete in the Abingdon Marathon.
Sunday saw the Frostbite Friendly League’s 30th Anniversary Race get underway.
Fenland Running Club submitted two teams, countless volunteers and bikers to support its 29th appearance at the Norfolk relay.
Nine members of the Fenland Running Club travelled to the historic village of Oxborough in Norfolk to take part in the Wissey Half Marathon of mroe than 13 miles.
On a glorious Sunday morning 17 Fenland runners competed in the Abbey 10k race whilst is was a Fenland family affair for seven runners in the Abbey 2.1K Fun Run both hosted by Ramsey Road Runners on June 24.
Members of the Fenland Running Club have been celebrating after claiming three team wins and a number of achievements in a seven-stage 45 mile race that started in Peterborough.
Members of the Fenland Running Club competed in “four very different” events over the weekend covering four counties, namely Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire, Norfolk and Suffolk.
The weekend saw the Frostbite final race, the Milton Keynes 20 mile Race and Rough Runner Half Marathon.
The results are in, here’s how the Fenland Running Club got on at the ‘Frostbite run’ last weekend.
Fenland Running Club took part in the Stamford Striders 25th annual Valentines 30k which is recognised as one of the toughest courses available to local runners.
Recovering from Christmas, the Fenland Running Club (FRC) got back into action, taking on the hugely popular Ely Runners New Years Eve 10k race in Little Downham.