ABCD 10k proves to be a big suc­cess

The Oban Times - - Sport -

AL­MOST 100 peo­ple showed up to com­pete in the an­nual Ar­gyll Beats Car­dio­vas­cu­lar Dis­ease (ABCD) 10k race.

Com­peti­tors of all ages took part in the run, which started at the Lorn and Is­lands hospi­tal, in­clud­ing chil­dren, who ran in their own 1k fun run race

Eva Chong and Ste­wart Inglis were the first girl and boy over the 10k fin­ish line and Eva was also the first woman to fin­ish the event, fol­lowed by Ally Chong in sec­ond place and Paula Lai­dler and Jo Smith, who ran the race with their ba­bies and prams, in joint third.

Cal­lum Ste­wart was the first man to fin­ish the event, with D J Barr in sec­ond place and Craig MacNiven in third.

In the vet­eran cat­e­gory, Ali­son Hall was the first woman and Wil­liam Hal­l­i­day was the first man to cross the line.

In the chil­dren’s fun run event, Daniel Teape was first in the boy’s cat­e­gory, fol­lowed by Calan Chong and Fin­lay MacLean.

And Han­nah Teape was first in the girl’s cat­e­gory, fol­lowed by Amy Gb­son and Zoe Brown.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from UK

© PressReader. All rights reserved.