Links 10k 2014

[Wed 27th Aug 2014] 


This year’s race saw 267 finishers, just 5 down on 2011’s record turnout of 272.  

This year's winner was Ross Floyd of Morpeth Harriers in a time of 33:30, some 30 seconds quicker than second placed Iain Twaddle of NSP, with Iain’s clubmate Scott Ellis in third.   

First lady back and 13th overall was Gina Rutherford of NSP in a time of 37:54 which puts her equal third in the best ten female times.  

First Blyth finisher with a time of 39:30 was Martin Gaughan in 28th place, and the first Blyth lady to finish was Heather Christopher in 45:07.

There is only one trophy presented and this is the “Brian Stringfellow” trophy which is presented to the first Blyth veteran runner home and this was won by Martin Gaughan.

Full results are on the Links 10K pages of the web site.