Bradley was pushed hard by Plymouth Harriers teenager Sam Yearling, who took second place in the popular event. Bradley ran more than 30 seconds quicker than he had done in 2018 to retain his title.
He clocked 38.19 minutes, with Yearling eventually coming home in 39.48 minutes, with Royal Navy athlete Sean Childs third in 41.22 minutes.
Tamar Trotters’ Bex Ezra was a dominant winner in the women’s race. She finished fourth overall in 42.33 minutes. Second women was Louise Gentry in 46.06, with Plymouth Harriers’ Nicola Lilley third in 52.36 minutes.
The multi-terrain race, hosted by Plymouth Musketeers, again attracted a good field, with 171 finishing. The event started and finished at King’s Tamerton Community Centre and took runners into Ham Woods.
Full results can be found HERE.