ABCD 10k proves to be a big success
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.