Bognor runners are a wow in Worthing 10k

Tone Zone Runners at Worthing
Tone Zone Runners at Worthing

A beautiful sunny day greeted 19 Tone Zone runners who ran the annual Worthing 10k on Sunday.

In the heat, not many records were broken – but Jess Thomson continues to impress and finished in a personal best 46min 13sec.

First home for the club was Paul Jarvis in 42.30, closely followed in by Sy Daymond with an excellent time of 43.15.

Also on Sunday was the D Day 10k in Portsmouth, where the club had four runners taking part. Tony Hancock finished in 45.36, Debbie Patching and Bogumila Skiadanek crossed the line in an hour with Peter Chittenden finishing in 1.47.

Chittenden also ran the Lindfield 10k cross-country last week in just over two hours.

Last Wednesday saw the Indiana Jones run in Walton, Surrey, where you can decide how many of the 3.25-mile laps you complete up to marathon distance.

Paul Coe completed the full eight laps to achieve his 25th marathon in 3.48 and Rebecca Wetherill ran her first-ever race.

Paul Coe completed the full eight laps to achieve his 25th marathon in 3.48 and Rebecca Wetherill ran her first-ever race.

Tone Zone times - Worthing 10k; Paul Jarvis 42.30; Simon Daymond 43.15; Nina Baldwinson 44.58; Gary Mitchell 45.10; Neil Strudwick 46.05; Jessica Thomson 46.13; Simon Bodsworth 48.46; Adam Norgett 48.58; Carl Bryant 49.08; Andrew Miles 50.09; Stuart Thomson 51.22; Derek Natoli 52.27; Alice Slater 58.13; Alison Mcloughlin 58.17; Paul Wells 1.01.48; Gemma Hanna 1.06.22; Samantha Yates 1.06.53; Nicola Kettley 1.12.40; Sarah Vockins 1.20.13. D-Day 10k: Tony Hancock 45.36; Debbie Patching 1.00.41; Bogumila Skiadanek 1.00.47; Peter Chittenden 1.47.01. Indiana Jones Run: Paul Coe 3.48.06 8 laps; Cheryl Laing 2.59.33 5 laps; Jessica Thomson 2.27.49 5 laps; Sarah Baker 2.24.10 4 laps; Michelle Maxium 2.06.51 3 laps; Benita Milton 2.06.51 3 laps; Rebecca Jones 1.32.25 2 laps; Sarah Stothard 1.32.25 2 laps; Mark Edwards 1.04.14 2 laps; Rebecca Wetherill 52.27 1 lap. Lindfield 10k: Peter Chittenden 2.02.09.

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