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Athletics: Viewtube Runners enjoy Ealing challenge

PUBLISHED: 10:00 09 October 2018

Viewtube Runners at the Ealing half marathon

Viewtube Runners at the Ealing half marathon

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Newham’s Viewtube Runners took on the Ealing half marathon at the weekend.

Petter Axby led them home in one hour 37 minutes and 20 seconds, just a few seconds outside his personal best.

And Ivaylo Enchev was not far behind in 1:42.09, while Harry Papanastasiou (1:58.25) set a new best after breaking the two-hour barrier for the first time.

Charlie Kingdon (1:59.08) also went below two hours for the first time, paced by Paul Lewis, while Susan McDowell (2:00.20) was not too far behind.

Anna Mutunga (2:25.12) completed the line-up of runners in another best, while several other members volunteered on the day.

Deborah Harouma and Danielle Ashley Turner completed the 10-mile Diabetes UK London Bridges Walk for charity.

Viewtube Runners have started their winter training for spring half and full marathons. All abilities are welcome. See runvt.org..uk

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