Duo return with international honours
Ashford & Dist Road Runners
Ashford&DistrictRoadRunners’CJLattimer picked up the trophy for fastest international male at the Hardelot 10k in France on Saturday.
Lattimer finished 14th in the field of 665 runners, clocking 36min 19sec.
Jo Faux took home the trophy the fastest international female, 46.10.
Chris Boyce smashed his personal best, finishing close behind Lattimer in 18th
Monday: Rest Tuesday: 30 minutes
- easy, running continuously
last 5 minutes steady for the Wednesday: Rest
minutes Thursday: 30
– easy continuously
Friday: Rest Saturday: Rest
minutes Sunday: 40-50
– easy continuously for in place, in 36.42. Dean Bracken came home next for the club, in 40th place (38.51).
The work required steps up a little in the fourth week of our training plan to help beginners prepare for the Givaudan Ashford 10k, which takes place on Sunday, October 11.
The plan is recommended by last year’s race winner, GB runner Phil Hurst and provides an eight-week guide aimed at making sure you are in the best possible shape on the big day.
The race, hosted
by (77th, 41.02, personal best time), Robin Butler (41.16), Neil Buckley (44.47), Rhian Shrimplin (9th lady, 47.26, PB), Jon Wiles (47.37), Steve Hickman (49.00), Danyel Giles (49.05), Colin Howard (51.59), Lucy Cresser (52.46), Andrew Smith (56.24, PB), Sam Howard (56.54) and Anne Fidge (59.49).
Chris Boyce was the overall winner of the Samphire Hoe Summer Series 5k, finishing second in the last race of the series in of 17.39.
In the Kent at the weekend, came home 25th 3:24.05.
Jon Wells finished an impressive third at the Maverick trail run on Saturday in 1:14. Ashford AC and organised on their behalf by Sporting Events UK, is regularly rated as one of the best 10k races in the South and follows a town centre route with the start and finish in the Julie Rose Stadium. Coastal Robert
place, Marathon Carpenter
Ashford & District RR’s CJ Lattimer and Jo Faux at the Hardelot 10k