Fenland Running Club fielded a much weakened side at the second Frostbite Friendly League and slid further down the league table as a result. With several runners still in the USA taking part in the New York Marathon, there were 20 who made it to the FFL race two at Nene Park Ferry Meadows hosted by Bushfielfd… Read More »
Fenland Running Club hosted their 32nd running of their ten mile race on Sunday, the GreenThumb FEN10. As guest Starter, Stephen Barclay MP for North East Cambridgeshire got the race off to a flying start with a field of 310 finishers, 11 of whom broke the one-hour barrier with fantastic runs and a winning time of… Read More »
Three Fenland Running Club members completed the Muscular Dystrophy UK Cambridge Town and Gown 10K on Sunday. Battling the tail end of Storm Briam conditions were less than perfect but there were still 1,533 finishers. Elisabeth Sennitt Clough was first home for FRC placed 273rd with a time of 46:27. Jane Clarke set a new… Read More »
Fenland Running Club were represented in a range of events over the weekend at the inaugural Birmingham International Marathon, the Brighton 10 mile and nearer to home at the Ryston Runners Cross Country 5K at Shouldham Warren. Martin Jennings and Richard Hammond ran in the ever popular Brighton 10 mile race along the seafront on Sunday. 1,744… Read More »
Thirty two Fenland Running Club members took to the streets of Peterborough in the Perkins Great East Run Half Marathon on Sunday which had a massive field of 4,183 finishers. For some it was their first half Marathon since joing the Club in the Summer, for some it was chasing down that elusive PB. In-form… Read More »
Fenland Running Club members were spread throughout the country over the weekend competing in various races and distances. Kicking off the weekend on Saturday, Jane Clarke was in Berkshire at the Bouda Vida Womens 10K Windsor where she was 65th in a field of 620 ladies and despite a hilly course, pulled out a PB… Read More »
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