Sittingbourne 10k 2017

Sittingbourne 10k : 14th May 2017

There was burgundy and gold vests as far as the eye could see as at Westlands school, as a whopping 74 Striders lined up to run in the next race in the club championships, the Sittingbourne 10k.

Sittingbourne 10k

Hot and windy conditions didn’t seem to deter Rhys Goddard who won the race in a time of 34.18! 2nd Strider home was Kevin Rye in a time of 39.12 placing him 8th out of 243 overall with Lee Simpson picking up 3rd Strider spot in a time of 40.42 placing him 12th overall. Jennifer Coleman was 1st strider across the line and also 1st lady overall in a time of 45.33.

A great day for Sittingbourne Striders who collected the following awards:

Rhys Goddard: Race winner

Jennifer Coleman: 1st Lady

Lucy Hewett: 2nd Lady & age group winner W40

Olwen Cockell: 3rd Lady

Rhys Goddard; Kevin Rye and Lee Simpson: Male Team Winners

Jennifer Coleman; Lucy Hewett & Olwen Cockell: Female Team Winners

Karen Seymour: age group winner W50

Wendy Knee: age group winner W60

Sittingbourne 10K

Event: Sittingbourne 10K
Date: 15th May 2016
Location: Sittingbourne
Distance 10K

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The Striders were out in force on a sunny May morning for the 6th Rotary Club of Sittingbourne Invicta 10k race which lead them around the country lanes of Sittingbourne on a not too hilly course.
62 Striders took part Lee Simpson being the first strider home setting a new PB of 37:39 and placing him 10th overall in a field of 347 runners. In second Strider spot was James Sieloff in a time of 38:46 which placed him 14th overall. Taking third position was Jeremy Pridmore in a time of 39:44 a PB for him putting him in 18th place. Katie Rose was first female strider home in a time of 45:54 her first 10k placing her 72nd overall in the field of runners. Wendy Knee won a trophy for winning her age category (F 60+) and Katie Rose, Gill Holmes & Lucy Hewett took the Female Team Winners prize for Striders. The friendly encouragement of team members must of helped as 26 PB’s were totted up in total what a great day this was for the Striders!