HUNDREDS of runners took part in the St Luke’s Hospice Test Track 10 Mile race at the Fords Test Track in Dunton on Sunday.
The sun peeked out from the clouds and made it a (relatively) pleasurable day for the runners.
Many of the runners were using the race as a stepping stone for the London Marathon in April.
Once again, the organisation by Kerry Chambers and her team was excellent.
First runner home was James Sullivan in 56.55.
Our editor took part and would like to thank Runner 179 Kelly Barham and Runner 100 Christina Scott-Farnell for their chat round the course.
Well done to all.
Photos courtesy of Markk Ward Media.