Exmouth's Katrina Rye, representing Great Britain, won the European Triathlon Championships (Middle Distance) in Romania last weekend, and now is targeting glory at the World Championships being held in France in September, writes Steve Birley.
An army physiotherapist from Exmouth, representing Great Britain, won the European Triathlon Championships (Middle Distance) in Romania last weekend, in the build-up to the World Championships in September in France, writes Steve Birley.
Two Exmouth Harriers, Lisa Hatchard and Martin Collins, both ran in a new local race 'The East Devon Round' a 62 mile (100km), hilly, 8,000 ft of climbing and challenging trail, ultra around East Devon, writes Kate Baker.
On the same day as some intrepid HRC members were pounding the streets of London, some other members took part in the Exmouth Half Marathon which was described as multi terrain, starting on Exmouth Sea front, writes Judy Davey.
Exmouth's Tom Merson has dominated the local running scene for many years and, with a Half Marathon personal best (PB) of 66:23 in Bath, in March, could see his successes repeated more frequently at national level, writes Catherine Newman.
Runners look to Bristol Half Marathon for fast times; the flat city centre course and September timing of the event often provide good conditions to capitalise on the summer's training, writes Cathy Newman.