Running: Latest from Sudbury Joggers

After five months out of competitive action due to an Achilles injury, Wesley Benton made his impressive comeback at the fast Martlesham 10km course. Wesley finished 4th overall in 33:31, amazingly only just outside his best ever time.

After five months out of competitive action due to an Achilles injury, Wesley Benton made his impressive comeback at the fast Martlesham 10km course. Wesley finished 4th overall in 33:31, amazingly only just outside his best ever time.

Fiona Mumford was next Sudbury Jogger home. Fiona continued her much improved form with a new personal best time of 45:09 for 73rd overall. This was almost a full two minutes quicker than her previous time. Alex Wilson raced again for the first time in a while, and ran a strong race for 130th place in 50:41.

Three club runners travelled to the Leicester Marathon. Amanda Henry produced a fine performance in 3:11:38 for 77th, while Andy Buck was pleased to get around in 3:14:42 and 96th. Tom Cresswell had bitten the bullet and aimed for a really fast time, however it did not go to plan on the day for him, but he still finished with a new best time of 3:29:34 in 188th.

Darren Judd was racing again just two weeks after completing the Berlin Marathon. Darren completed the Peterborough Half Marathon in 1:31:39 for 239th.


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Alan Anstead was again competing in his favoured offroad environment. The Marriotts Way 10km is run between Aylsham and Reepham, and Alan was placed 4th overall in 39:55, only losing out on a top-three placing in a sprint finish.

Sudbury Joggers meet on Wednesday at Sudbury Sports Centre, at 7:30pm.

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