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Barking Road Runners enjoy success this weekend

PUBLISHED: 10:00 29 August 2017

Barking Road Runners

Barking Road Runners

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Barking Road Runners members enjoyed success in various runs this weekend.

Stuart Henderson finished third in the male veteran 40 category, 12th overall at the Ridgeway Challenge.

Henderson finished the ultra marathon, which was an 86 mile route at Ivinghoe Beacon near Tring in an impressive 17 hours and nine minutes.

Parkruns: Barking - Diarmuid Mac Donnell 21:29, James Lowndes 21:36, Dervish Bartlett 21:37, Cristina Cooper 23:57, Ronald Vialls 24:21, John Lang 25:34, Barry Culling 25:40, Nikki Cranmer 28:00. Jennifer Birch 31:41, Melissa Lowndes 31:48, Sandra Swan 34:10, Robert Courtier 38:48, Trevor Parki 46:11 and Trevor Cooper as Tail Runner 52:08

Valentines: Rakesh Sandhu 22:48, Paul David Withyman 22:49, Robin Booputh 25:12, Mark Durran 25:17, Vicki Groves 29:07

Raphael: Kieran Ware 24:29. Martin Brooks 25:45, Kresh Veerasamy 30:42

Mile End: Andrew Gwilliam 22:54.

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