Gallery: Hunts runners out in force for Cambourne 10k
STEPHEN Watterson showed a clean pair of heels to a field of 1250 runners as he won the 2010 Cambourne 10k title by more than 45 seconds. The Cambridge and Coleridge runner built on his victory in last year s St Neots half marathon to lead home second-pla
STEPHEN Watterson showed a clean pair of heels to a field of 1250 runners as he won the 2010 Cambourne 10k title by more than 45 seconds.
The Cambridge and Coleridge runner built on his victory in last year's St Neots half marathon to lead home second-placed John Herbert.
The first woman across the line, in seventh spot overall, was England international marathon runner Helen Decker, representing Ipswich Jaffa RC.
Hunts AC runner Hugo Hocknell was the top Huntingdonshire runner, finishing in a fine 13th place in 36.47 with fellow club runner Adam Pearson 31st in 39.20.
Nine BRJ Road Runners completed the distance, with Keith Douglas leading his team home in 43.00.
The second running of the race, held as part of the Cambridge Festival of Running, took athletes on a rural run around Cambourne before finishing at the Business Park.
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The race raised money for Anna's Hope, a charity which supports children and young people with brain tumours and their families, the Wildlife Trust and the Cambridge Athletics Trust.