Timmy Davies Leads The Team At The Humber Bridge 10k

Timmy Davies Leads The Team At The Humber Bridge 10k

headed up the team at this year’s 10k last Sunday.

This followed up recent success at the Humberside Championships where he took 800, 1500 and 5000m titles. His 10 k time of 35:31 netted him 4th place overall, just beating ex Beverley runner into 5th.

The 10k is usually a fairly testing course with a good deal of the race being on an upward gradient, finishing with a fast last 2k from the Bridge back to the finish at Hessle Club. This year the weather, though not too cold, was very blustery on the bridge and the long slog back from the south bank seemed harder than usual.

Some other Beverley runners had notable days. Lee Phipps is on an upward form curve and 37:29 gave him 14th place. Darren Edge was 19th in 38:51. Darren always puts in consistently strong efforts at both short and long distances.

is something of a race machine these days and has been stepping up to ultra distances, but still kept his form up at 10k with 40:26. Relatively new to the club, Matthew Horrocks turned in a creditable 41:17

Age category firsts came for in the M60s in 46:54 and in the F65s in 61:04. Stalwarts of the club, they often challenge for the top prize in their age groups.
Rachel Sullivan was first Beverley lady back in 53:03

times:

35:31, Lee Phipps 37:29, Darren Edge 38:51, 40:26, Matthew Horrocks 41:17, Rob Gray 41:39, Mark Dawson 42:01, Andy Arnold 43:01, 44:12, 46:47, 46:54, Rachel Sullivan 53:03, Steve Ogden 53:44, 53:51, Andy Wilks 54:58, Sandra Dawson 56:15, Jorge Hardege 56.55, 61:04, Kay Farrow 61:30, 61:53, Sarah Tock 63:48, Cat Williamson 66:11

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