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Athletics: Barking Road Runners athlete Lee Johnson continues return from broken leg at SOAR Mile

PUBLISHED: 12:00 02 August 2017

Lee Johnson of Barking Road Runners (pic: Barking Road Runners)

Lee Johnson of Barking Road Runners (pic: Barking Road Runners)

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The latest news from the Barking Road Runners club, including a round-up of the most recent parkrun results

Amanda Heslegrave, Cristina Cooper and Trevor Cooper of Barking Road Runners at the Trifarm Triple Crown Race (pic: Barking Road Runners)Amanda Heslegrave, Cristina Cooper and Trevor Cooper of Barking Road Runners at the Trifarm Triple Crown Race (pic: Barking Road Runners)

Barking Road Runners member Lee Johnson continued his return from a broken leg with a stunning time of four minutes 40 seconds at the SOAR Mile in Battersea Park.

Elsewhere, Faye Spooner continued her efforts to run 12 marathons in 12th months, finishing number eight when completing 20 and a half laps of the Redbridge Cycle Path.

Natalie Traylen, meanwhile completed the Runaway Bride 10k in Regents Park in a time of 53.34.

Amanda Hestlegrave, Cristina Cooper and Trevor Cooper all took part in the Trifarm Triple Crown race.

Parkrun results, Barking: Dervish Bartlett 19.16; Philip Ellul 20.16; Alex Jeremy 20.29; Andy Preston 23.48; Wayne McAllister 25.19; Nikki Cranmer 27.37; Kresh Veerasamy 30.31; Jennifer Birch 31.50; Richard Ash 33.14; David Mottley 33.32; Sally Bridge 34.18; Sonu Thethy 34.19; Dawn Blake 34.20; Micky Ball 35.48; Alan Murphy 43.50; Trevor Parkin 47.41; Margaret Byers 50.10.

Valentines: Diarmuid Mac Donnell 20.50; Rakesh Sandhu 24.03; Mark Durrant 27.23; Antony Leckerman 27.28; Robin Booputh 28.22.

Raphael: Gary Harford 25.47; Ray Taylor 36.19.

Beckton: Barry Culling 24.24.

Hoblingwell: Vicky Cooper 22.23.


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