Can you spot yourself in our Framlingham 10k picture gallery?

Winner John Millar accepts his award Picture: PHILIP DONLAN

Winner John Millar accepts his award Picture: PHILIP DONLAN - Credit: Archant

The Framlingham 10k course record was broken this weekend as more than 340 runners competed for the top honours.

Sam Lines was the fastest woman finishing in just under 37 minutes Picture: PHILIP DONLAN

Sam Lines was the fastest woman finishing in just under 37 minutes Picture: PHILIP DONLAN - Credit: Archant

John Millar, part of the Ipswich Harriers, completed the 10,000 metre competition in just under 31mins breaking the previous record by over 45secs set by Matt Barnes-Smith in 2009.

It's all about the taking part Picture: PHILIP DONLAN

It's all about the taking part Picture: PHILIP DONLAN - Credit: Archant

Sam Lines, of Waveney Valley Running Club, was the fastest woman with a time of 36mins 59secs.

Jack Millar, on his way to a course record at last Sunday's Framlingham 10K. Picture: PHILIP DONLAN

Jack Millar, on his way to a course record at last Sunday's Framlingham 10K. Picture: PHILIP DONLAN - Credit: Archant

Elspeth Gilmour, race director and Framlingham Running Club member, said: “We were excited when we found out John was taking part.

Sam Lines was the fastest woman at the event Picture: PHILIP DONLAN

Sam Lines was the fastest woman at the event Picture: PHILIP DONLAN - Credit: Archant

“He’s been running well for a while and when he finished he didn’t look like he had broken sweat. He probably could have done it all over again.

Jack Millar, already with just the lead cyclist for company, during the Framlingham 10K road race. P

Jack Millar, already with just the lead cyclist for company, during the Framlingham 10K road race. Picture: PHILIP DONLAN - Credit: Archant


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“Sam was also fantastic, she ran a great time.”

One of the 340 or so runners who took part Picture: PHILIP DONLAN

One of the 340 or so runners who took part Picture: PHILIP DONLAN - Credit: Archant

The 10k was not just a show for Suffolk’s fittest athletes it was also a family event, with 83 under-15s running in the junior race.

Race director Elspeth has described the event as "hugely important" Picture: PHILIP DONLAN

Race director Elspeth has described the event as "hugely important" Picture: PHILIP DONLAN - Credit: Archant

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Ms Gilmour said: “Running is such a lone sport so it’s always nice to get together with other people who are mad enough to do it.”

Adam Howlett, of the host club Framlingham Flyers, who was first veteran and eighth overall at the F

Adam Howlett, of the host club Framlingham Flyers, who was first veteran and eighth overall at the Framlingham 10K Picture: PHILIP DONLAN - Credit: Archant

If you all cross the line together no one loses right? Picture: PHILIP DONLAN

If you all cross the line together no one loses right? Picture: PHILIP DONLAN - Credit: Archant

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