North Tyneside 10k

Clear skies, a slight prevailing tailwind and cool temperatures brought out the very best in some of the club’s members in this year’s North Tyneside 10k race.

Well done to all the members who took part in the race and many congratulations to those who recorded a PB.

TBH times.

PlaceTimeName
130:35:18DAVISON, Darryl
230:36:20HILTON, Paul
540:37:59JACKSON, Mark Ian
550:38:01PRENDERGAST, Mark
570:38:06WISHART, Rob
580:38:10DANIELS, David James
630:38:19HARRISON, Andrew
650:38:30KELLY, Sean Paul
660:38:32BARKER, Stephen John
710:38:36LISLE, Andy James
750:38:38TOLLITT, John Henry
790:38:50YOUNG, David
1070:39:44KNOX, James
1120:39:52LOCKWOOD, Alex
1170:40:00MARR, Sophie
1700:41:46MOSS, Jon
1910:42:04ROWE, David Craig
1990:42:12PEARSON, Nicholas Murray
2520:43:15KING, Graham
3110:44:34ROONEY, Keith Terence
3150:44:37DICKSON, Stuart
3610:45:28MILLER-GROSSETT, Claire
4220:46:41REED, Kerry
4480:47:13CARPENTER, Charlotte
4900:47:52DOUTHWAITE, Steve
5110:48:17CHEETHAM, Kevin
5560:49:03BRADY, Nicola
5860:49:25WARDBROBE, Sophie
5870:49:26CLAMP, Elizabeth
7370:51:45COFFEY, Sinead
7490:51:58WAUGH, Denise June
8080:52:54PRYDE, Simon John
8680:53:45WILKINSON, Scott
10150:56:09BRADY, Gemma
10170:56:10SCOTT, Donna
10420:56:35LIDDELL, Sharon
10430:56:37GORDON, Kate
11020:57:27MCFARLANE, Stephanie
11240:57:54SPENCE, Kelly
13371:02:43SEDGELY, Sara Louise
14561:06:10CHAMBERS, Kim

 

I would also like to thank all the lads n lasses who travelled down to support their team-mates.

Ian Hudspith of Morpeth Harriers won the race, and Alyson Dixon, Sunderland Strollers, was first female finisher.

Full results can be found here.

 

Also racing at the weekend was Emma Wright, who took part in the Northampton Half Marathon. Following a serious injury suffered earlier in the year, Emma has made a fantastic recovery and her time of 1:52:16 was good enough to earn her 3rd female place.

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    • kenny mac on 3rd April 2013 at 21:48

    Well done Mark, what time did you do

    • Mark Boyd on 4th April 2013 at 08:36

    1hr 7 minutes and 37 seconds

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