Tuesday, 21 November 2017

Results of Stoke Row 10km

ABOUT 120 runners took part in the Stoke Row 10km on Sunday, May 19.

ABOUT 120 runners took part in the Stoke Row 10km on Sunday, May 19.

The race, which started and finished on the village playing fields, raised £1,200 for IT equipment at the primary school.

There were also three children’s events split into age categories that attracted 60 runners.

Naturalist and TV presenter Steve Backshall was watching with friends and signed autographs for children.

Roger Gill, 34, from Brightwell, near Wallingford, won the race in a time of 37 minutes and 22 seconds.

The highest-placed woman was Belinda Tull, 42, from South Stoke, who finished 12th overall with a time of 42 minutes and 39 seconds.

David Pryce, 37, who is chairman of governors at the school, was the best-placed finisher from Stoke Row as he crossed the line in ninth place after 41 minutes and 40 seconds. Last year, he ran 80 miles in less than 18 hours to raise money for new classrooms.

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