Councillor Chapman tumbled near the start of the race between the districts mayors, tearing a shoulder ligament and bruising his knee, ribs and head. Godmanchester mayor Christopher Vane Percy went on to win the race. Huntingdon mayor Colin Hyams and St Ives mayor Debbie Townsend came in joint-second. Cllr Chapman said: I think I wore inappropriate footwear, although it could have been wear from cyclists inappropriately using the high street thats what Colin Hyams is saying. Cllr Vane Percy said: Its good for Godmanchester to win its been a while since Graham Wilson won and weve had a couple of seconds and a few lasts in that time. My main competitor fell in the early stages but I carried on ... its what you have to do in these situations. Children flocked to the town from Ramsey, St Ives, St Neots and all around to take part in the races, with youngest competitors Mani Branch and Reece taking part in the under-3s run. The retail race was close, with the Waitrose team edging out Wilkinsons in the final. Luminus, Argos, B&Q, BID Huntingdon, Rosamunds, and Haines Watts Accountants took part in the heats. Teams from the Leonard Cheshire Home, Papworth Trust and Live to Learn also raced against each other in the charity competitions.