London Marathon: George Birt 2:36:18, Christian Weikhart-Picker 3:48:08, Kevin Meats 4:31:47, Paul Clayton 2:58:51, Andrea Earley 5:06:53, Odette Foxall 4:39:13, Tammy Clarke, Kelly Smith and Rachael Middleton 4:17:57, John Padbury 3:53:51, Diane Wildbur 5:31:24, Ed Nixon 3:29:49, Elizabeth Aspden-Mansfield 5:19:28, Jayne Thomas 4:26:21, Dave Limmer 2:44:12, Karl Scally 3:00:39, Chris Langham 2:58:56, Helen Wilebore 4:09:14, Jacqui Campbell 5:06:53, Penny Masser 3:53:51, Matt Johnson 2:55:10, Stephen Penney 3:15:05, Graham Berridge 2:59:11
Members of Hinckley running club have been going the distance over the last few weeks, taking part in Spring marathons across the UK and beyond. A total of 37 club members have ran the 26.2 mile distance during the spring marathon season, with many runners participating in their first marathon and achieving personal bests. George Birt was the first club runner home at London in 2:36:18. Results are as follows:
Paris Marathon: Sarah McSharry 3:31:48, Leanne Byard 4:33:20, Liz Lees 5:02:05
Manchester Marathon: Jo Martin 4:03:33, Aly Wren 4:07:16, Andy Lauder, 4:06:12, Kirsty Pollard 4:36:10, Richard Guest 4:36:12, Leanne Byard 4:36:11
Shakespeare Marathon: Chris Limmer 3:04:09, Jonathan Strong 3:14:59, Celine Guery 3:57:19, Lisa Freestone 4:59:29
Anne Ashton also completed Hamburg Marathon in 4:31:05, Lisa Freestone ran Brighton in 4:21:02 and Rolf Hoelmer completed Milton Keynes marathon in 4:13:33
Meanwhile club president Geoff Oliver continues to inspire club members to run marathons and beyond. Geoff, 81, recently set 3 new over 80 world records at the Barry 40 mile ultra marathon. Geoff broke 3 of his own world records set last year by running 30 miles in 5:00:23, 50 kilometres in 5:10:23 and by running 54.039 kilometres in 6 hours.
Jenny Green – Publicity