Hunts 10k fundraising event gets better every year

Huntingdon 10k run, Brampton juniors

Huntingdon 10k run, Brampton juniors - Credit: Archant

More than 700 runners took part in this year’s Hunts10K, with funds going to eight charities including Action for Children and Huntingdon Community Care Network.

The event, organised by Hunts10K Charitable Trust in partnership with BRJ Run and Tri and Team Bex, saw three courses – 10k, 3k and 1k – with mascot RaceBob also at the Alconbury Weald track.

Sullivan Smith took gold after completing the 10k course in just 35 minutes and 21 seconds, and Ben Wright shaved six seconds off the 3k run record, crossing the line in 10 minutes 55 seconds.

The 1k Fun Run was won by Gaige Duffy in the male category, with Madison Bell for the female group.

Bob Hulstrom, race director, said: “Hunts10k gets better and better every year. None of it would be possible without the support of the amazing volunteers who organise this event and the marshals who turn up very early on the day.”

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