Exmouth Harrier Lisa Hatchard completes her 50th marathon

PUBLISHED: 13:13 10 March 2020 | UPDATED: 13:31 10 March 2020

Exmouth Harrier Lisa Hatchard running in the Lamer Tree Marathon, her 50th such race. Picture DIRTY BEARD PHOTOS

Exmouth Harrier Lisa Hatchard running in the Lamer Tree Marathon, her 50th such race. Picture DIRTY BEARD PHOTOS

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Four Exmouth Harriers travelled to North Devon on Sunday to take part in the Bideford Half Marathon, writes Kate Baker.

This even is traditionally run over a fast and flat course.

Tristan Kelsall-Spurr made a promising return from injury in 1.21, following by Terry McKie in 1:36, Des White who was fifth in the M65 age category in 1:45 and Katherine Moore in 1:56 - well done, to all who raced.

Meanwhile, another Harrier, Lisa Hatchard was also in Sunday action when she took on her 50th Marathon.

Lisa took part in the Lamer Tree Marathon, a Dorset trail marathon combining mud, some pretty steep hills and rain!

A huge well done, to Lisa who finished in a time of 5:15 and will no doubt be off again on another epic challenge soon!


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