Running Events Devon Marathon

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Thanks to Jane Stedman for use of the photo

Another weekend of running for Jane Stedman who completed Running Events Devon’s inaugural marathon in 04:32 in highly humid conditions. Well done Jane

Tywardreath Trotter

Claire, Lesley, John and Julie (thanks to Julie for the photo)

Bleddy lovely race last evening. It was good to be racing again. All the old favourites: heat, crowds, hugs, struggles down stony tracks and lots of laughs. Well done BRR peeps. It was good fun (Ian)


0:48:13 Chris MADELEY, Chris 20th position overall

1:09:29 Julie OXENHAM 162

1:14:13 Claire BARLOW 195

1:16:45 Ian RINGER 211

1:20:02 John TILLEY 227

1:28:00 Lesley TAPHOUSE 248

Exe Estuary marathon

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Another weekend of running for Jane Stedman; this weekend it was the Exe Estuary marathon “5.11-lovely, very picturesque route and brilliantly organised.” Well done Jane

Hope 24

Thanks to AG Images/Hope Trail Festival for the use of the above photos

Hope 24 is part of the Hope Trail Festival and is a “24 hour relay on a 5 mile trail course. Open to solo runners or teams of 2-8”. There’s also a 12 hour relay on the 5 mile trail course (Hope 12) and a 1.5 mile course open to children under 16 (Hope Kids). Incentives are given for charity fundraising. This year hope 24 partnered with Dartmoor Search and Rescue Team


Craig Welch 35 miles (7 laps in 22:33)

Sharon Hambly 30 miles (6 laps in 12:09:07)

Lesley Taphouse 15 miles (3 laps in 4:19)

William Calloway 15 miles (3 Laps in 4:50:29

Big shout out to Craig’s son Jack who completed Hope Kids in 18 minutes

Full results (copy and paste the link):

Ham & Lyme 50k

Well done to Jane Stedman, who enjoyed a giggle while completing the Ham & Lyme 50k with Martin Draper.

“30.5 miles with 3600 feet ascent. Gorgeous off road route”

Club Run Cardinham 1 July

Great to see so many BRR’s yesterday evening for our little reunion! Three groups, hard work and good conversation, let’s keep up the attendance and start growing again (Dominic)

Burrator Horseshoe

This evening two of our intrepid members took on the Burrator Horseshoe, our new chairman Ian Ringer and my gorgeous husband (Stefan Palmer). Good running from both chaps on a tough course, the river was a tad deeper this year though and no cakes after but they did get a flapjack (Race report and photos by Rebecca Palmer)

The Burrator Horseshoe Run is a 6 mile moorland run from Meavy and out over Dartmoor, via Burrator Reservoir, Sheepstor Dam, Sheepstor Summit (369m), Gutter Tor Summit (357m), Ringmoor Down and the cooling Meavy River Ford.  ” (entrycentral)


Thanks to everyone who came to the AGM today – a small but select group. Firstly, a VERY BIG thank you to Becky for being club secretary for the past three years. It is the pivotal role for any club and Becky has carried it out brilliantly.Keeping it in the family, taking over the role is Dominic Bateman. We’re very grateful Dom. There was a positive feeling at the meeting with much looking forward to returning to normal club meetings. Ian is to post monthly training schedules as before, the normal meeting point being Mt Folly at 7pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays. More later…


Smuggler’s Scuttler

Proper Job to all who showed up & finished the Scuttler today, we all looked like wet xtras from Pirates of Penzance!  Bleeeeeeeedyy loved it, despite the torrents, mucky, gnarly, granity, bog hopping off road madness! I’m now slightly pissed on the Rum (Mike)

Rachael Wilsher 3:05:38

Rebecca Palmer 3:17:40

Kerri Rowe 3:24:03

Zoe Buse 3:25:03

Mike Reed 3:25:09

Julie Oxenham 3:29:54

Fran Vosper 3:30:46

Nic Vosper

David Bidgway 3:39:15

Craig Welch 3:55:08

Katrina Verran 3:55:11

Claire Barlow 4:10:40

Dee Smith 4:28:51

Jules Atherton 5:00:41

Full results :

Organised by Bys Vyken Events, the Scuttler is a half marathon from Lands End to Cape Cornwall and back again.

Athletes!!! Katrina, Dave and Craig

Tsunami Marathon and Tsunami Ultra

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Photo by Claire Boardman

Another weekend of racing for Antony Boardman who completed the Tsunami Marathon in 06:35:06.

Tom Sparkes completed the Tsunami Ultra (37.5 miles) in an impressive 9.56:18

The Tsunami Marathon and Ultra are organised by Puretrail.UK and cover the ‘undulating’ coast path from Clovelly to Bude, and Westward Ho! to Bude