Collins leads Burgess Hill Runners home in Brighton 10k

Some wet, windswept BHR at Brighton 10k (courtesy: Jay Wadey) Fye8NSi51YrokU_5i2nO
Some wet, windswept BHR at Brighton 10k (courtesy: Jay Wadey) Fye8NSi51YrokU_5i2nO
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James Collins led the Burgess Hill Runners contingent at the annual Brighton 10k this weekend completing the course in 37:27.

With strong winds making the race somewhat trickier, the blue army conquered the distance with several impressive performers.

Following James’ magnificent performance were: Paul Sargent (38:31), Jon Boxall (38:46, PB), Gary Woolven (39:47), Steve Bird (40:02), Jonathan Lelliott (40:44), Andy Sayers (43:44), Stuart Condie (44:14), Matthew Cawthra (44:25, PB), Sharona Harrington (44:54), Ross Wiggins (45:23), Martin Skeats (45:43), Emma Goodhead (45:47), Oliver Dewdney (46:18), Benny Coxhill (46:35), Jay Wadey (46:50), Andrew Gasson (47:02, PB), Dave Oldfield (47:04), Lee Crow (47:16), Simon Thompson (47:23), Malcolm Slater (47:37), John Palmer (48:01), Hannah Tedman (48:36), Emma Buckland (48:44, PB), Catherine Kempton (49:12), Oliver Jones (49:17, PB), Annette Maynard (49:22), Andrew Pullen (49:25), Owain Powell (50:17), Steve Osborne (50:31), Mark Craigs (50:47), Emma Leeson (50:56), Keith Brown (51:06), Linda Russell (51:18), Claire Tucknott (51:37, PB), Jonathan Leak (51:42), Lara Maynard (51:56), Cath Beckett (52:15), Sally Symes (52:21), Melanie Acres (52:33), Jean Leak (52:46), Marie Carey (53:24), Gary Foley (53:47, PB), Dave Woodhouse (54:15), Jon Lavis (54:38), Gill Berglund (55:37), Kay Mcmenamin (55:55), Mustak Miah (56:40), Amy Hulley (57:19, first 10k), Philippe Ecaille (59:07), Jackie Osborne (59:28), Sarah McEwen (59:28, first 10k), Jane Owen (1:00:17), Claire Giles (1:00:20), Tracey Golbey (1:00:33, first 10k), Hannah Watkins (1:01:38), Hugh Stevenage (1:02:05) and Helen Pratt (1:03:42).

On Saturday 14 youngsters aged 8-13 year olds from the club’s Junior Academy represented the club in the Sports Hall event which included a variety of disciplines such as speed bounce, standing vertical jumps, relay and hurdles. The club are proud of the efforts put in by the youngsters who competed for them in club colours.

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