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Athletics: East End Road Runners up to the challenge

PUBLISHED: 14:00 10 October 2018

East End Road Runners at their latest event

East End Road Runners at their latest event

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East End Road Runners took on various challenges at the weekend, with plenty of success.

Bisi Imafidon completed the Yes to Life 10k in Victoria Park on Saturday, while Tanya Earle raced the Olympic Park Winter 10k.

Sunday saw members out at half marathons, with a group of 11 travelling to Oxford where personal bests were set by Sarah Wixey, Alice Cliverd, Janet Thomas and Chinthana Amarasinghe, as Nuray Shoukri made her debut.

Sarah Bemand, Jamie Zucker, Albert Kurniadi and Leena Choi also completed the 13.1 mile distance.

Imran Patel, Jimmi Lee and Grace Agate-Bacon competed in Bournemouth, while Rachel Terry ran at Kingston and Peter Webb and Carys Parry completed the Cardiff race.

Catherine Apps went for a shorter distance of five miles at Harold Wood’s charity run, as Seth and Tess Healy took part in the NSW 10,000m Championships in Australia.

For more information on the club see eerr.org.uk.

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