It's hot and hilly for runners
Bungay Black Dog Running Club entered four teams in the Mutford Relay, held on Sunday.Teams of five ran a hot and hilly 5km circuit around country lanes, handing over a baton at the village hall.
Bungay Black Dog Running Club entered four teams in the Mutford Relay, held on Sunday.
Teams of five ran a hot and hilly 5km circuit around country lanes, handing over a baton at the village hall.
The first leg is always run by a female.
The fastest lap time for the Black Dogs was Ian Taylor, running second for the A team, in 19:16.
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Robbie James ran a 19:43 lap for the A team as well, which finished 10th out of 30 teams.
The event is part of the Suffolk County Championships so competition is always very tough. Just to prove his fitness, Ian Taylor also ran a circuit for the D Team in 19:54.
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A team total time: 1-44:21 (Carol Maycock 24:11, Ian Taylor (1st circuit) 19:16, Steve Barrett 20:35, Chris Chorley 20:36, Robbie James 19:43). B team total time: 1-54:00 (Bobbie Sauerzapf 23:02, Gavin Cole 22:28, John Wharton 22:51 Richard Dye 23:47, Terry Mulcahy 21:52). C Team total time: 2- 2:50 (Karen Gedge 25:50, Nigel Gilham 22:39, Bruce Rayner 22:38, Neil Thomas 25:22, Colin Whale 26:21). D Team total time: 2-9:22 (Karen Walters 28:47, Bob Paul 25:59, Steve Cant 26:11, Ian Taylor (2nd circuit) 19:54, Karen McMorran 28:31).
The 10th anniversary run of Coltishall Jaguars' Mike Groves Run was held on Wednesday, July 8 over a distance of 5.85 km.
The lovely run commemorated the life of Mike Groves who was killed in a road accident whilst training.
The pretty course wound through the hamlets adjacent to the Bure Valley Railway.
Of the 116 finishers, Chris Chorley was ninth (23.51), Bobbie Sauerzapf 37th (27.30) and Philip Neave 70th (31.18).
Two days later, on Friday evening July 10, the popular Great Bentley five miles took place.
This was a lovely route through rural Essex.
Of the 457 finishers, Chris Chorley was 86th (32:37), Bobbie Sauerzapf was 237th (37:43) and Robin Farrar, 381st (43:36).