JANE BREMNER made sure Tamar Trotters once again had a home winner as they held their annual Saltash Half Marathon on Sunday.
For the second year running, the 13.1-mile race started and finished at Longstone Park and was tied in with the town’s May Fair.
Also, after its success last year, Tamar Trotters once again held a 5k race and fun run alongside the main event.
Over-65 athlete Bremner, who recently came third in her age category at the London Marathon, finished as first woman in the half marathon. She clocked 1:44.27 for the tough course.
Tavistock’s F45 athlete Soozie Trice was second female in 1:46.19, with Hayle’s Debbie Harrison-Webb just behind in third.
Highgate Harriers’ Lewis Greaves won the men’s race in 1:18.17, with Tavistock’s Joe Beaton taking the runners-up spot for the second year running in 1:19.01, which was nearly seven minutes quicker than he ran last year.
Pontypridd’s Billy Hayton was third in 1:20.06, with Plymouth Musketeers’ Ross Macdonald fourth in 1:23.22 and Erme Valley’s Simon Fitz fifth in 1:25.04.
Newquay & Par youngster Dylan Stevens won the 5k race for the second year running in 17.59, with Plymouth Harriers’ Ross Penney second (18.31) and Tavistock’s Grant Harvey third (19.21).
City of Plymouth’s Holly Reid was a dominant winner of the women’s 5k race in 20.02 minutes. She was also fourth overall.
City of Plymouth actually filled the top four female spots in the 5k, with Molly Gilbey second (22.01), Abbie Chapman third (22.11) and Bella May fourth (22.29).
Full half marathon results can be found HERE
The 5k results are available HERE.
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