Pipped to the post

Huntingdon BRJ runner Pete Galpin was pipped to first place in the latest round of the Frostbite Friendly League at Bourne. Galpin covered the woodland course in a time of 27mins 28secs – 38 seconds behind winner Alex Tate, from Ely. Will Mackay was top o

Huntingdon BRJ runner Pete Galpin was pipped to first place in the latest round of the Frostbite Friendly League at Bourne. Galpin covered the woodland course in a time of 27mins 28secs - 38 seconds behind winner Alex Tate, from Ely.

Will Mackay was top of the pile for St Neots-based Riverside Runners, coming home fifth in a time of 28mins 23secs.

Chris Miller was Ramsey Running Club's top finisher while Michael Smith was first across the line for Hunts Athletics Club.

Suzi Boast, from Riverside Runners, was the first female finisher, in a time of 30mins 3secs.


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Hunts AC's Christopher Smith won the junior race in 7mins 47secs.

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