CHILLY CONDITIONS FOR COSARC RACERS

The LARMER Spring Half Marathon was run on a chilly day with strong headwinds writes Vasen Moodley


The scenic views offered the racers a distraction from the tough weather conditions. Edward Cane finished in 2:04:18, with Katie Mahoney in 2:36:49. Kate Buttimer finished in 2:41:00 in her first White Star Half Marathon race. LARMER Tree Spring HM Results can be found HERE


The LARMER Tree Marathon course was very hilly and muddy, conditions that were thoroughly enjoyed by the racers. This was a typical White Star event, where the advertised distance frequently differs from that actually run. Vicky Robinson finished up running 27 miles in a time of 4:44:51. LARMER Tree Marathon Results can be found HERE


The LARMER Tree 7 Mile was a hilly off road course run on a chilly day. A portent of things to come was a marshal dressed as the Grim Reaper, waiting for the runners at the top of the steepest hill in the first half of the race. Despite the Grim Reaper Richard Williams finished in 1:04:23, with Amanda Ansell coming home in 1:39:47.

Post race posing from Ben Frayne, Peter Manning and Richard Williams.

LARMER Tree 7 Mile Results can be found HERE

Zoe Lambard with her trophy.

In the Surrey Half Marathon Poppy Langdon-Down recorded a magnificent time of 1:29:51 as she finished 12th female out of a field of over 500 females.


Surrey HM Results can be found HERE


Zoe Lambard used the Hullavington 20 Mile Race as a training run for the Manchester Marathon in April. She finished in very fast time of 2:45:04, beating her previous PB by 3 minutes. Zoe was also 1st Female in the VF40 category.


Hullavington 20 Mile Results can be found HERE

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