Oundle 10k a rip-roaring success

The first running of the Oundle 10k was a rip-roaring success with the 500 places selling out well in advance of Sunday’s race.

Thursday, 17th January 2019, 8:05 am
Updated Thursday, 7th February 2019, 5:31 pm
Jim Morris.

Peterborough Athletic Club newcomer John Uff was first over the line with a 35.13 clocking, well over a minute clear of the runner-up.

Jim Morris of Helpston Harriers ran 37.52 to finish in fifth place and first over 50.

Nene Valley’s Luke Myers was seventh, 50 seconds behind Morris.

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Bushfield Jogger Paul Baxter came in 20th, while Darryl Coulter finished 30th in what must have felt like a mere warm-up run for the Nene Valley marathon addict.

Emily Foran of Sleaford Striders won the ladies race, clocking 40.51.