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Fenland Running Club hosts joint 2022 and 2019 awards evening



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Fenland Running Club held its 2021 Awards Evening in front of a packed audience.

The overall club champion was Tom Richards, who also scooped the cross-country prize from the winter Frostbite League.

His female counterpart in the Frostbite races was Hayley Missin, who also doubled up with a prize for the quickest 10K by a female - a cool 48.56 and personal best in the GEAR race in King's Lynn.

Fenland Running Club award winners (56702036)
Fenland Running Club award winners (56702036)

The fastest male 10K prize went to Rimvydas Muduras, who scorched around the same route in 35.59. He also won the award for the best half marathon - finishing the Wissey Half Marathon in 1.23.11.

Veteran runner Jane Clarke has had a resurgent season, and won the best marathon award as well as the best half-marathon performance and the Jane Tagney Memorial Mile.

Graham Milham won the male category for the same Memorial Mile, while Rod Sinnott took the prize for the best UK marathon and Alan Bird won the Geoff Tye Overseas Marathon prize as part of a Spanish triathlon.

The club's 2019 award winners were finally rewarded
The club's 2019 award winners were finally rewarded

Sarah Rippon took the ultra race award.

Much appreciation was shown to long-time coach John Chapman, who was awarded the Hayden Practice Shield, while Dean Clark's run in Stage 10 of the Round Norfolk Relay was recognised, too. Club champions were Nigel Searle and Jac Richards. The 2019 Awards were also finally given out.

Audience members at the awards (56702033)
Audience members at the awards (56702033)
Rimvydas Muduras was also a 10K Champ at GEAR (56702025)
Rimvydas Muduras was also a 10K Champ at GEAR (56702025)
Hayley Missin was the 10K Champ at GEAR (56702022)
Hayley Missin was the 10K Champ at GEAR (56702022)


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