Following the third race in the Multi-terrain Race Series last Sunday, we take a look at who’s making the early running in the overall series. First of all, a quick recap of the winners from the 200+ runners who took part in the Remembrance Run. In the men’s event Newquay triathlete Jonny Colaco won the 4.2-ish mile race, just pulling ahead of Nailsea’s Daniel Potter in the final stretch. Craig Hall of Carn Runners took third place. The ladies’ race was won by Carol Randall (Mounts Bay Harriers), with Janna Eyre (Carn Runners) just beating Sharon Daw (East Cornwall Harriers) for second.
|1||0:25:19||COLACO, Jonny||Newquay Road Runners|
|2||0:25:21||POTTER, Daniel||Nailsea R C|
|3||0:25:33||HALL, Craig||Carn Runners|
|4||0:25:59||ANGELL, Dave||Mile High|
|5||0:26:15||WILLIAMS, Alan||Tamar Trotters|
|1||0:28:11||RANDALL, Carol||Mounts Bay Harriers|
|2||0:30:24||EYRE, Janna||Carn Runners|
|3||0:30:30||DAW, Sharon||East Cornwall Harriers|
|4||0:30:35||MAXWELL, Cherish||Mounts Bay Harriers|
|5||0:30:36||CLEMENTS, Colette||Newquay Road Runners|
In the overall series, this puts Jonny Colaco and Janna Eyre in pole position, both on 893 points and over ten points clear of their nearest rivals. In all, five Carn Runners find themselves in the top ten men and women, putting Janna in good company! There is still plenty of time for this to change though, with another eight races to go in the overall series. The next event is the Race For Wildlife in Penzance next month, details and entry form here. As you’ll see from the ladies summary, only nine have completed all three races in the series so far. With only twenty males having completed all three events so far, it looks like very few will complete the whole series of eleven.
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