Organised by Purple Gecko Events the Lobster Lollop helps raise funds for the National Lobster Hatchery running out and back from Padstow along the Camel Trail, with a 2.5k, 5k, 10k and Canicross. Well done everyone. Big shout out to Emma who won the 5k event, and to Jacky and Stephen who were first in their age categories.
So on Sunday I headed down to Helston for the Freedom Racing Penrose Woods 10k & 20k races. The 10k looped around the lake while the 20k continued out onto the coastal path. When I arrived I met Marty Barnfield who was running in the 10k. Here are a few images from the morning. Mine is of my usual action shot of me in the background hands on knees staggering up a steep path thinking I should of stayed in bed. All in all it was a great morning Marty ran the 10k in rapid 53:21 whereas I completed the 20k in 1:57:17. Definitely recommend it Happy Days.
I ran the Exeter marathon last weekend- a surprisingly pleasant route, back and forth alongside the river and some pretty paths- managed 4.56 which I am pleased with, considering I’m still suffering with the dreaded plantar fasciitis!!
Organised by Purple Gecko Events, The Ready Money Ramble is a “timed 8km route from Readymoney Cove along the Coast path to Polridmouth, back overland to loop through Fowey before returning to Readymoney!” There were three events, one loop 8k, two loops 16k, 3 loops 24k. Well done to Antony Boardman and Jane Stephens for completing the 24k event.
Well done to Quentin Gunderson and Lesley Taphouse for running the Reading Half last weekend. Lesley got a 4 minute PB and it was Quentin’s first race in the BRR kit, hopefully the first of many Quentin!!