Athletics: No half measures for East End Road Runners

PUBLISHED: 16:00 05 October 2018

East End Road Runners face the camera

East End Road Runners face the camera


East End Road Runners enjoyed a busy weekend of half marathons across the UK.

In-Yong Hwang (1.34) and Nick Gorman (2.01) kicked off the weekend by runnning the Lee Valley Velopark Half Marathon on Saturday.

And SSunday saw Megan Davies (1.48), Mark McColgan (1.28) and Gopal Gautam (1.57) take on the Ealinghalf, Kat Gibson and Jacqueline Fernandez complete the Windsor half and Rachel Terry (1.46) the Robin Hood half, as Richard Charlwood completed The Great Scottish Run half (2.08).

And running the last 5k ELVIS race of the season at Valentines Park were Marino Agudelo, Chinthana Amarasingh, Catherine Apps, Dauda Ayodele, Rod Baldwin, Sarah Bemand, Chris Chilton, Joanna Dorling, Naomi Elliott, Dave Elsom, Uli Gerstenberg, Nick Gorman, Vanessa Lawrence, Jimmi Lee, Simon Leung-Chester, Sandra Montoya, Lisa Naylor, Dini Patel, Alice Ridgway, David Thurtle, Rory Tregaskis, Wis Wang-Koh, Sarah Wixey and Jamie Zucker.

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