Results for 7th & 8th April 2018

Results for the Spring Wolf Run – 7.4.18 & 8.4.18

Set in Warwickshire’s un spoilt landscape with breathtaking natural and man made obstacles this 10k run involved high climbing nets, log walls and a fast landslide. The title WOLF Run stands for Woods, Obstacles, Lakes & Fields.  Read Helen’s Race Report here.


Results for A Coventry Way (40 miles) – 8.4.18

Nine Massey runners took on the full 40 miles of this race with another group taking part in the team relay, covering the same route.  Both walkers and runners were encouraged to take part and there were check points during the event for competitors to register their times and to re-fuel with pork pie and cakes !  The challenge started and finished at the Queens Head Pub in Meriden and took an anti-clockwise route around the countryside, calling at Kenilworth, Stoneleigh, Wolston, Brinklow, Bedworth, and Fillongley. Read Lou’s race blog here.

PositionTimeName
3808:22:00Dave Lee
3908:22:00Peter Paprcka
4808:31:00Marc Skelton
6709:24:00Darren Chambers
7009:29:00Joanne Stacey
10111:24:00Ruth Mahon
10511:26:00Daniel Connolly
12012:03:00Lisa Kenny
12112:03:00Louise Wilce
TBCMassey Relay Team

Results for the Rome Marathon – 8.4.18

This course included almost all the most beautiful and important monuments, streets and squares of Rome.   The start was in front of the 2,000 year old Coliseum, and from here the course went past Saint Peter’s Basilica, the Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, the Spanish Steps and through a lot of picturesque, narrow streets in the old part of the city.   The course is surprisingly flat for a city built on seven hills, but with uneven cobblestone streets covering about 7k of the route.  Read Cathy’s race report here.

PositionChip TimeName
857204:48:41Rachel Brock
924404:58:30Cathy Keay
1059705:32:15Phyllis Douglas
1059905:32:19Jason Douglas
1154806:33:46Marie O’Connor
1157306:39:10Emma Cutting
1164706:59:56Jane Damms

Results for the Manchester Marathon – 8.4.18

The race village was located at Emirates Old Trafford, the home of Lancashire Cricket Club, with runners starting the race just a short walk away on the A56 White City Roundabout with the finish on Talbot Road outside Emirates Old Trafford.  The first 3 miles of the route looped around Old Trafford and then headed south towards Sale & Altrincham, at 16 miles and after looping Altrincham the runners went through Sale  and out towards Urmaston.  The last few miles went through Stretford and back towards the cricket ground.

PositionChip TimeName
15702:51:16Simon Neale
54603:03:26Chris Moore
54903:03:28Alex Cotterill
204503:32:07Robert Bowell
298003:44:27Paul Mattock
677504:34:52Nikki Carter
691604:37:24David Goodwin

Results for the Warwick Half Marathon – 8.4.18

Rescheduled from March, this race started and finished at Warwick Racecourse on an anticlockwise route.  The first 3 miles headed out towards Leek Wootton and they headed towards Haseley Knob before turning towards Hatton at 9 miles.  The route then headed back towards Warwick through Budbrooke and Hampton on the Hill.  Read Dave’s Race Report here.

PositionChip TimeName
6001:31:23Andrew Rollins
8301:33:29Alan McDougall
10101:34:54Marie Edmunds
32401:48:52Jonathan Kingston
37601:51:46Zoe Moore
51501:59:07Sophie Abbott
68402:11:59Alison Lowe
91202:50:48David Phillips
93903:30:39Brenda Lee
94003:30:40Maggie Morgan

Results for the Belvoir Half Marathon – 8.4.18

This race starts and finishes at Hose Village Hall, Leicestershire, the route goes along fairly quiet roads, through attractive, rural, gently undulating countryside.  The route went through the villages of Langar, Colston Bassett and Long Clawson.  The event is organised by Hose Village Hall Management Committee in order to raise funds to improve the village hall facilities.

PositionChip TimeName
13401:44:25Nathan Bignall

Results for the Cathedral to Castle 10 mile – 8.4.18

The Cathedral to Castle 10 Mile Run – or ‘Cathedral to Castle’ is a multi-terrain event which uses the roads, paths, tracks and canal towpaths to take a varied route between Lichfield and Tamworth.  The course was fast and relatively flat; the route started in Beacon Park and headed out past Cathedral Close before leaving Lichfield by going down Darnford Lane. Runners then took local paths around Whittington Heath and went round Hopwas Woods and onto the canal path until Hopwas village. There was then a short section on roads before runners entered Wiggington Park in Tamworth. The final section of the race took runners through the streets and into Tamworth Castle Grounds.

PositionChip TimeName
59601:43:58Sonia Karamat
74201:52:11Mylene Feeney
76101:54:03Helen Goodwin

Results for the Draycote Summer 10k Series – 8.4.18

PositionChip TimeName
3400:46:15Brian Boyle
6300:50:37David Mason
8300:54:06Jeff Heape
9200:55:38Joanne Walton

 

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