Links 10k 2013

[Wed 28th Aug 2013] 


This year’s race saw 237 finishers, 25 down on last year’s almost record turnout of 264.  

In the absence of Ian Harding, the winner for the last 3 year’s, Graeme Cook of NSP who was second last year, took his chance and won in a time of 33:39, with his NSP club mate Scott Ellis 34 seconds adrift in second.  

First lady back and 14th overall was Stephanie MaClean-Dann also of NSP in a time of 37:54 which puts her third in the best ten female times (in fact Stephanie currently holds the record with 37:47 which she achieved in 2010).  

First Blyth finisher with a time of 37:33 was Jon French in 10th place, and the first Blyth lady to finish was Heather Christopher in 43:22.

There is only one trophy presented and this is the “Brian Stringfellow” trophy which is presented to the first Blyth veteran runner home and this was won by Dale Smith.

Full results are on the Links 10K pages of the web site.