London Marathon

Julie running over Tower Bridge
Helen, Jane, Nicky , Gemma , Fran and Nic

Bodmin Road Runners took to the streets of London and the local trails and moors in force this weekend to run the London Marathon

Big shout out to

Lisa Hawke

Wow what a day in London. The run was exhausting but no one warns you that slapping kids hands, clapping all the band’s and street acts and saying thank you everyone that shouts your name in encouragement is even more knackering.Really appreciated meeting up and tagging along with a lady from Hayle Runners. We ran the last 7 miles together and crossed the finish line with the St Piran’s Flag.

Julie Oxenham

The most electric atmosphere running in London.. supporters through the whole 26.2 miles which kept us all going… would I do it again??… ye

Claire Barlow

What an amazing experience, loved all the support from the crowds, the bands, drums and djs all along the way and I crossed the line next to a man in a rhino suit (Claire)

Kerrie Parker

Craig Welch

Katrina Verran

Lesley Taphouse

Sabrina Hicks

Dave Bidgway

Sharon Hambley

Dan Cox  

For me Sunday was a fantastic day as I completed my first Marathon, running it Virtually on the Goss Moor!In some very testing conditions of heavy rain and strong headwinds, accompanied by Phil Dawber joining me for the last 8 miles.. I was also really happy to finish with the sub 4 time I’d aimed for of 3:48:12 (Dan)

Helen Stevenson

Jane Stedman

Nicky Brenton

Gemma Vare

Fran and Nic Vosper

Still nursing chafing and toe nails! Very pleased to limp to the end in testing conditions!

Great work everyone x

Karen and Dave Anderson, went to London Town to cheer on the Mencap Team and BRRs.

Karen Anderson in all her cheering glory

Thanks to the runners and their support crew for use of the photos.

Man Up & Down

Organised by Purple Gecko Events, and in support of Man Down Cornwall!

“Nice to get back to a coastal challenge. First one since May. Man up and down 20k from Portreath to Perranporth. Perfect weather and great views if I could take my eyes of the ground long enough! Prize was a pint at the watering hole to finish” (Race Report by Marty)

Fab running Marty, Graham and Claire

Results

Marty Barnfield 2:14:18

Graham Laidler 2:44:39

Claire Barlow 2:59:30

Full Results : https://www.resultsbase.net/event/5579/results?fbclid=IwAR2hzvRGJM8EemaABoyexxe8Fm8V6-uZep8q5rMzShI-NRTC6N3m61Eb8zQ

White Horse 50k

Before anyone says it, I know all the proper runners stayed at home but I bagged 2nd lady and 4th overall in The White Horse 50k today! (Jane Stephens)

Torbay Half Marathon by Claire Barlow

Today I did the Torbay half marathon and I loved it. Did better than last week, learnt from what I did wrong, really pleased with my time although it’s not as fast as I used to be, hopefully I will get there again. Would definitely recommend this as a good road race for a good time.

Bude Pirate Run

Club results from the Bude Pirate Run: Jane Stedman: 1.31.26 (with a fabulous sprint finish), Julie Oxenham: 1.34.50 Ian Ringer: 1.38.28 John Tilley: 1.38.41 Nichola Sinclair: 1.51.00We can’t leave out Jo Temple, 1st female home, in 1.06.29. Well done Jo. In spite of a promise of rain, it was dry and warm for the run. It’s a great route with BIG climbs and beautiful coastal views. The Bude Surf club was very welcoming and the pasty delicious. Finally, a big thank you to Jane Stephens, who stepped in as race director, as Phil is isolating. The race would not have happened if Jane had not volunteered. Thanks Jane. (Race Report by Ian)

Full results

Granite Way 20

Results Kerri Rowe 3:30:32 and Julie Oxenham 3:32:35. Fantastic running, well done both

Full results :

Organised by Exeter Community Trust “The Granite Way run takes you along the Granite Way cycle path through Devon with fantastic views of Dartmoor and the surrounding countryside” and includes a 10 and 20 mile event