ATHLETICS: Honours for Huntingdon BRJ duo and Riverside runner in Bedford race

PUBLISHED: 09:36 05 December 2017 | UPDATED: 09:36 05 December 2017

David Hudson crosses the finish line when winning the recent St Neots Half Marathon. Picture: SALLY JEX

David Hudson crosses the finish line when winning the recent St Neots Half Marathon. Picture: SALLY JEX


Three local runners collected age-group honours in the Bedford Harriers Half Marathon last Sunday.

Huntingdon BRJ Run & Tri duo David Hudson (MV35) and Annette Newton (FV65) both tasted success in an event staged on an undulating course.

And Riverside Runners lady Jo O’Regan was another athlete to impress on her way to victory in the FV35 section.

Local Bedford Harriers Half Marathon results . . .

BRJ: 9 David Hudson 1:15.49, 36 Rob Farrant 1:24.09, 97 Chirag Godhania 1:30.02, 162 Martin Dawe 1:34.16, 165 Paul Mitton 1:34.33, 166 Shelley Duffy 1:34.44, 174 Neil Jarvis 1:35.28, 274 David Newton 1:40.48, 290 Simon Somerville Large 1:41.28, 312 Alice Synge 1:42.05, 432 Richard Davies 1:49.10, 484 Annette Newton 1:52.24, 517 Cheryl Hannibal 1:54.02, 530 Jude Newham 1:54.59, 549 David Thomas 1:55.49, 820 Claire Fee 2:13.27, 821 Kate Ruddock 2:13.27, 822 Joanna Cooper 2:13.21.

Riverside: 25 Rodrigo Santos 1:21.48, 64 Jo O’Regan 1:27.06, 81 Ian Moran 1:28.47, 277 Michael Ball 1:40.35, 499 Trevor Hufford 1:52.40, 527 Lee Radley 1:54.20, 631 Matt Cotterell 1:59.12, 632 Laura Steel 1:59.12, 863 Diane Hufford 2:18.15, 919 Helen Munday 2:31.25, 952 Jack Rivers 2:56.55.


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