35 Leamington C&AC runners took to the streets of Leamington on Sunday as part of the Regency 10k and came home with a number of first placed categories. Callum Hanlon, who had taken the winner’s crown last year, was faced with tougher competition this year and had to settle for third in what was a tightly run race. Hanlon crossed the line in 32:46.
The younger athletes were also showing off their talents with Greg West coming home in 7th position overall which also saw him win the junior title in a time of 34:33. Not to be outdone by the men, the female juniors took first, second and third place in their category with Rosie Cale (43:46), Saffie Chiba 45:57) and Rositsa Gugutkova (46:33) all having a good run.
Natalie Bhangal had more success crossing the line as first lady in a time of 38:35 with team-mate Megan Mcdonald not far behind, coming in at 39:27 to finish second lady. Jenny Jeeves was fourth lady across the line in 40:18 which also saw her win second in her age category. Steve Hundal was first in his age category finishing in 39:06.
Other runners: Dean Mawby (37:14); Howard Roden (38:12); Paul Okey (39:45); Andrew Cooknell (39:57); John Knibb (40:41); Simon West (41:01); Andrew Higgins (41:44); Simon Perkins (42:11); Zac Cale (44:19); Caroline Coward (44:56); Saffia del Torre (44:59); Aneta Radaczewska (45:05); Emma Roberts (45:14); Shamir Naidu-Young (47:01); Alex Montgomery (47:10); Jatinder Sispal (47:48); Sarah Price (49:01); Carol Blower (49:49); Georgina Hurt (50:04); Jane Senior (50:09); Roger Fagge (50:46); Laura Gould (51:01); Christian Ibbs (52:56); Judith Hanlon (53:02); Tara Fagge (53:19); Larissa Hurt (1:01:26)