Dulwich Runners round-up: Gold for W55 team at Sutton Park

Six Dulwich teams took part in the annual British Masters Athletics Federation Road Relays at Sutton Park in the West Midlands.

The W55-plus team won gold – Ros Tabor (24:06), Ange Norris (21:29) and Clare Elms (18:45).

The M55-plus team were 10th – Steve Smythe (21:11), Tony Tuohy (17:51) and Michael Fullilove (20:35). The M55-plus B team finished 27th – Andy Murray (28:48), Ebe Prill (21:22) and Ian Sesnan (25:20). The men’s M65-plus team were sixth – Bob Bell (24:12), Hugh Balfour (21:31) and Barrie John Nicholls (25:03).

The M35-plus came 27th – Lee Fedden ran a storming 16:16. James Burrows (19:10), Ross Rook (19:46), Jonathan Whittaker (20:21), Martin Double (21:05) and Gary Budinger (24:53) made up the team.

The M45-plus finished 19th – Steve Davies (17:31), Charles Lound’s (18:33), Mark Foster (20:34) and Andrea Ceccolini (20:51).

Dulwich had a team of 11 run 22 stages over 220 miles in the Green Belt Relay around London – ending 20th. Andrea Pickup won Stage 10 in Essex. Dylan Wymer and Tom South recorded podium positions on their stages. Norris made it down to Essex following her gold medal run at Sutton Park to race another 7.5 miles on the Saturday afternoon.

Jack Ramm clocked two hours 53 minutes to take bronze on a three-lap Exeter Marathon course. Paul Devine finished sixth with in three hours four minutes.

Grzegorz Galezia’s hunt for a sub-three hour marathon will have to wait for another day after a three hour nine minute run in Copenhagen.


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