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Lee records super time of 40:56 and seventh place out of 357 runners among pine trees of forest


By Fenland Citizen Reporter


On a rather chilly Sunday morning three Three Counties Running Club members entered the Thetford Trail 10k Race.

The one-lap course ventured down winding trails through the picturesque pine trees of Thetford forest.

The first club member home in a superb time of 40:56 and seventh place out of 357 runners was Lee Johnson just four seconds off his PB. Team member and wife Sarah Johnson was next home in a PB of 55:07 followed by Sarah Melton-Whitelam in a great time of 57:01.

From left: Sarah Melton-Whitelam, Lee Johnson and Sarah Johnson at Thetford (6033588)
From left: Sarah Melton-Whitelam, Lee Johnson and Sarah Johnson at Thetford (6033588)

Junior Parkrun saw seven junior members finish the 2k run with Hayden Hall finishing first for the club in 9:53, then came William Durkin 10:16, Issac Western 11:32, Stephanie Harbord 12:06, Kallum Hall 14:12, Rowan Coultard 16:51 and Laurence Durkin 20:37.

Maisie Macdonald and Molli Western were both presented with their marathon certificates and wrists bands for running in 21 events.

Other Parkrun results, King’s Lynn: Richard Stapleton 23:09. March: Mark Mattless 23:57, Melvin Green 31:12, Elliot Green 32:04, Steve Clarke 32:42.

Paris Bois du Boulogne: Tim Clough 20:29, Elisabeth Sennitt-Clough 20:56PB.

Boston: Colin Apps 24:07, Joely Apps 41:27. Northampton: Steve Rhodes 22:51, Sandra Rhodes 30:55. Harrogate: Tony Lamb 27:25, Sarah Lamb 31:38.

This Saturday, December 22, sees TCRC’s annual 1k and 5k Santa Run at Wisbech Park. There is something for everyone with stalls, games, food and bouncy castle. See Three Counties website or Facebook page for details.

Entries are open on the day but finishing medals are not guaranteed.



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