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Leverington Three Counties runner Tracey makes duathlon debut

Tracey Else in her first ever Duathlon event
Tracey Else in her first ever Duathlon event

Mothering Sunday saw Three Counties Running Club member Tracey Else compete in her first-ever duathlon event.

The Monster Duathlon at Witchford Village College comprised a 5k run, 25k cycle ride and another 5k run.

The first run was an out- and-back across a disused World War Two airfield and the cycle event headed briefly on to the A10 before heading into Fenland territory, going into Little Downham and Coveney.

Tracey’s times were: 5k run 24:41, 25k cycle 55:09, final 5k run 26:29.

l Twelve members competed in the multi-terrain Thetford Hoohah 10k race, registering eight PBs and two finishes in the top 20.

Graham Rushmer was first TCRC home in 10th position in a PB of 42:54, closely followed in 11th by Lee Johnson, PB, 43:14.

Lauren Day was the first lady home in 50:24.

Other results: Steve Rhodes 51:34 PB, Arthur Sargeant 54:56 PB, Debbie Agger 55:28, Sarah Johnson 55:31 PB, Sarah Melton-Whitelam 58:41, Tony Lamb 58:52 PB, Louise Drew 59:34 PB, Sandra Rhodes 1:04:20 and Jemma Redhead in 1:05:02 PB.

Parkrun results: Peterborough – Elisabeth Sennitt-Clough 22:05. King’s Lynn – Jemma Redhead 30:17, Emma Sage 36:23 PB, Barbara Leake 36:25. Boston – Colin Apps 24:12, Joely Apps 34:26.

In the Junior Parkrun at Peterborough, Steph Harbord run her first race in a time of 14:59.

TCRC are at the Shouldham XC Series on Sunday.

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