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Adnams Southwold 10K Run Results 2014

By Sarah Groves, also posted in News on

Adnams Southwold 10K Run 2014 startsA huge well done to all the runners who took part in this year’s run, and a big thank you to all the brilliant volunteers without whom this event couldn’t happen. First across the finishing line at an amazing 33:18 was Dominic Oliver from The City of Norwich Athletics Club. Dom came second in last year’s race, so it’s great to see him take number one spot - well done Dom! Second was Ted Oldman from The Bungay Black Dog Running Club at 33:31 followed by Matt Spencer from Ipswich Jaffa at 34:24. The first lady across the line was Katie Keeble at a brilliant 39:48. Second was Georgiana Simmons from Vegan Runners UK at 40:29 followed by Melanie Humphreys at 41:22. The fastest local runner was Lloyd Scriven at 42:26 and the fastest team prize was awarded to Rock Estate Runners. The winners of our newest category, Best Fancy Dress, were the ‘Where’s Wally’ team Fiona and Julie, although they had some stiff competition in the form of a running beer bottle, two naughty school ‘children’ and a couple of fairies… All running events are tough, and we had a few injuries during the race this year. We’d like to give a special mention to the kind runners who took the time to stop and help their fellow runners cross the line - sport at its finest. You can find the full results on the ResultsBase website. Special thanks also goes to our sponsors, support and volunteer groups: The Co-Op for supplying the bananas, Southwold Treatment Rooms for offering post-race massages and raising money for the Adnams Charity, Coastal Spring Water, Powerade, Munchy Seeds, Kettle Chips, The Rotary Club, Southwold RNLI, St John’s Ambulance, Gary Matthews from GEM Fitness, Adnams staff and volunteers, and everyone else who gave the 10K run their support.

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