European cross-country star Taylor wins top prize

Charlotte Taylor was awarded the top prize, the President’s Cup, for finishing sixth in the European Cross-Country Championships when Nene Valley Harriers held their 2017/2018 presentation of awards at the Post Office Club on Friday.

William Kong.

King Kong rules with a terrific treble

Nene Valley Harriers secured a satisfying third place in their opening Eastern Young Athletes League match at Stevenage on Sunday.

Elena Rivetti set a new PB.

Max sprints to victory in first league match

Peterborough Athletic Club launched their track and field outdoor season with a number of promising performances in Sunday’s Eastern Young Athletes League match at Bedford.

Sarah Caskey (left) and Hannah Chapman made the top three in the Cambourne 10k.

Chapman shines on her PAC debut

Peterborough Athletic Club’s Hannah Chapman and Sarah Caskey finished as second and third senior ladies in the Cambourne 10k on Sunday.

Aaron Scott on his way to victory in the Stamford 30k.

Stamford ace Scott joins an elite group in London

The eyes of the world will be on Aaron Scott this weekend as he lines up with the world’s very best as one of 21 elite runners in the London Marathon.

Kirk Brawn

RESULTS: A personal best in the marathon shattered by 15 minutes

Kirk Brawn of Peterborough AC shattered his marathon best by 15 minutes last weekend.

Tomi Ogunyoye was a winner for Nene Valley Harriers in the high jump.

RESULTS: Nene Valley Harriers and Peterborough Athletic Club make a big splash in the Embankment rain

The Nene Valley throwers made a big splash as the rain poured down at the Embankment last weekend (April 8).

Lotte Hemmings.

A promising start for young Harriers

A trio of talented young Nene Valley Harriers athletes got their outdoor track seasons off to a flying start in the Corby Open meeting with personals bests all round.

The start of the Thorney 10k, which was won by Ian Kimpton (no 341).

It’s a Sunday morning stroll as Luton man cruises to victory

Ian Kimpton of Luton AC left the rest of the field standing in The Thorney 10k on Sunday.

The start of yesterday's Thorney 10k.

THORNEY 10k: PAC pair in the top three

Peterborough Athletic Club had two of the top three finishers in the annual Thorney 10k road race yesterday (March 25).

Laura Whitton won the Swavesey 5.

Laura leads the way to record the second win of her career

Road racing fixtures were obliterated by the weekend snow leaving many local runners frustrated by the cancellation of the Lincoln 10k, the Ashby 20 and the Oakley 20.

Simon Achurch.

Nene Valley throwers on a gold rush at British Championships

Nene Valley Harriers veterans Simon Achurch and Andrea Jenkins enjoyed a gold rush at the British Masters Championships at Lee Valley at the weekend.

Tracy McCartney.

McCartney is the leading lady in Jubilee Park

Nene Valley Harriers finished third and Yaxley Runners were fourth in the final round of the Frostbite League at Jubilee Park in Huntingdon on Sunday.

The start of the Langtoft 10k.

ROAD RACE: Langtoft 10k places filling up fast

Organisers of a popular village road race and fun run are hoping for another record year.

Aaron Scott.

A case of safety-first for elite marathon man Scott

It was a tale of two cities for Aaron Scott on Sunday.

Nene Valley's Under 13 girls team. From the left are Leonie Hart, Josie Knight, Lottie Hemmings, Amelia Devine, Niamh Hodgson and Chelsea Bole.

Kempson leads the way

The success of the Nene Valley Harriers production line was showcased in London on Saturday as graduates past and present made their mark on the England Cross-Country Championship at Parliament Hill Fields.

National champion Elizabeth Taylor on top of the podium in Sheffield.

Taylor and Fraser land English gold, McGivern a British champ

Two athletes from local clubs were crowned English indoor champions at the weekend and a third became a British champion.

Donovan Capes (12) won the Under 15 age group.

Capes kids catch the eye in Shotacular

There were some stand-out performances by some local throwers at the second Geoff Capes Shotacular Series meeting at Holbeach on Sunday.

Sarah Caskey was third lady finisher.

No stars but Yaxley still manage to shine bright

Yaxley and Eye led the local challenge in Sunday’s Frostbite League race at Hinchingbrooke Park.

The start of the Stamford 30k with Aaron Scott at the head of proceedings. Picture: Tim Chapman

It’s another Stamford stunner for super Scott

Aaron Scott tightened his stranglehold on the local road racing scene with an emphatic win in Sunday’s Stamford 30k.

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