Athletics: Saffron Striders make most of favourable conditions

PUBLISHED: 16:13 05 February 2020 | UPDATED: 16:13 05 February 2020

Saffron Striders Mark and Nikki Coutts

Saffron Striders Mark and Nikki Coutts

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Saffron Striders were out in force and making the most of favourable weather on Sunday.

Guy Tremayne travelled to south west London to compete in the Thorpe & Egham half marathon, after the early morning rain.

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And he crossed the line in just under two hours to earn one of the best post-race goodie bags in Britain!

Meanwhile, closer to home in the Essex village of Great Bentley, Striders Matthew Billis ran the 13.1-mile half marathon distance in 1:28.

And further afield, Mark and Nikki Coutts were taking on the marathon distance of 26-plus miles at The Sushi Run, where raw fish and rice replaced chocolate cake and biscuits at the finish.

Saffron Striders meet outside the Lord Butler Fitness & Leisure Centre every Tuesday evening at 7.45pm for an 8pm start, with all abilities welcomed.


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