New record set as more than 800 runners take part in Adnams 10k race in Southwold
A new race record was set at 10k race in Southwold this year.
More than 800 runners took part in the Adnams 10k which raises money for charity.
This year’s overall winner was Andrew Rooke, from the Framlingham Flyers, who set a new course record of 32:05.
Dominic Oliver, from the City of Norwich Athletics Club, who has won the race for the last three years, had to settle for second place with Ipswich Jaffa Running Club’s Robert Chenery coming third.
Colleen Nicole Mukuya, from Gydac & Dunerunner, was the top woman with Cat Cummings, from Wymondham Athletics Club, and Rosie Horsfield, from Woodbridge Shufflers Running Club, coming second and third.
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A beer station was also on hand at the event as well as the traditional water station for runners on their third lap.
Adnams head of corporate affairs, Emma Hibbert, said: “It was a beautiful day.
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“A big thank you to all the volunteers without whom the race would not take place.”