ETU Triathlon European Champs:
Congratulations to Jack Bristow who this weekend became the European Age Group champion in the ETU Triathlon 20-24 Age Group Champs. Held in Estonia the champs bring together elite and age group competitors from across Europe. Going in to the champs wanting a spot on the podium Jack excelled to take 1st place. From joining the club in 2017 as Dorridge Fun Run’s 1st non-affiliated local… while we’d like to take all the credit for his progress Jack’s a superb athlete who’s been a credit to the club in his time with us so far.
Top swim, bike, running from Jack following on from Keith Whitehead and Ellaine Callinan’s age-group tri-exploits.
A FAST bloke ran Brueton in 15:30 ish on Saturday. But didn’t bring his barcode. Rookie error. Gareth Wainwright didn’t forget his as he ran 17:16. Behind him Rob Michaelson-Yeates clocked 18:26 and Jane Evans split the blokes with an 18:46. Paul Bentley was third man in 18:57. With a 23:17 Jane Hunt was second K&D woman followed by Sarah Cattell in 25:14.
A pre-Thunder Run jaunt out for Darren John and Kate Marsh. Both ran 32:01 taking it easy before their 50km each of trail running later in the day.
Swin-DONE as Lissy Calvert ticked off another parkrun on her list. Lissy ran 29:58.
Arrow Valley parkrun:
A Bentley, an Aston and a Park. Simon Bentley took advantage of good weather and the undulating course to run a 17:44 while Rachel Aston clocked 25:52. Newbie Caroline Park put down a 23:52. Welcome to the club Caroline!
Cannon Hill parkrun:
Keith Whitehead took the short jaunt over to Cannon Hill to pop down a 26:08.
Kevin Tomkinson continued his quest to do every parkrun in the world with a 28:39. No word if he visited Black Gang Chine after.
O’Donnell 1 and 2 made a jaunt to Lanhydrock parkrun over the weekend. Paul ran 25:14 while Siobhan registered 36:43.
Friend of the clun Riina Kuuselo ran 20:08 in Finland. More like FASTland.
Nope. Not one round the hospital in Birmingham. Actually to be found in Pool, Redruth. Steve Marks ran 35:02.