Tone Zoners rack up the miles - and the personal-best times

Tone Zone Runners at the South Downs races
Tone Zone Runners at the South Downs races

Bognor Tone Zone Runners have had a busy couple of weeks.

A record number of club competitors entered the South Downs Marathon, Half Marathon and Marathon Relay.

The team Do It For Sue – Simon Gill, Harry Annals, Marc Annals and Stephen Mcloughlin – came fourth overall which is a fantastic achievement given such a strong field was present.

Nifty 50s came second in their category and and the Bognor Dune Runners third. In the half marathon, Kari Mack completed the challenging course in 1.39.02.

The Lavant five-mile race saw Simon Gill finish in an astounding 27.27, proving that he’s in excellent form this season. The race was run by a total of 41 Tone Zoners.

Gary Mitchell came first for the club at the Hayling Billy five-miler in 37.03. In other races, Paul Coe run the Munro Half Marathon and Sarah Baker ran the Alresford 10k.

Tone Zone times - South Downs Marathon - Andrew Mair 3.51.19; Anne Kari Enes 4.13.23; Karen Harrison 4.13.24; Paul Coe 4.22.07; Simon Bodworth 4.23.54; Grace Natoli 5.25.21; Ian Culton 5.53.31.

South Downs Half Marathon - Kari Mack 1.39.02; Mark Williamson 1.41.18; Gary Bushby 2.08.22; James Savage 2.19.17; Amanda Worne 2.24.32; Amber Woollven 2.24.35.

South Downs Marathon & Relay - Do It For Sue (74) Simon Gill, Harry Annals, Marc Annals & Stephen McLoughlin, 2.55.52, fourth overall; Nifty 50s (5) Keith Hardwell, Danny Mahoney, Duncan Stephenson-Gill & Tony Holcombe 3.18.21, 2nd in category; Bognor Dune Runners (64) - Ian Bayley, Colin Hiscock, Chris Glagher & Gary Pidgeon, 3.27.16 3rd in category; Scrambled Legs (10) - Jack Penfold, Richard Peach, Neil Strudwick & Daniel Hughes 3.27.59; Itsuptoher (78) - Dan Crosthwaite, Gary Mitchell, Andy Miles & Nina Baldwinson 3.28.16; Blonds Have More Fun (67) Carolyn Stapely, Kate O’Connor, Louisa Proctor & Hannah Satchelli, 3.37.15; Allsorts (31) Debbie Pacey, Jackie Williamson, Lisa Robinson & Karen Blackman 4.04.39; Jelly Beans (32) Viv Baker, Natalie Tribe, Jo Hinckley & Laurence Ward 4.04.41; Almost There (35) Alison Stead, Claire Baker, Marcus Gwilliam and Sam Yates 4.55.01; Not Far Now (34) Sarah Baker, Carole Mulry Cheryl Laing and Nicky King, 4.55.03; Alresford 10k - Sarah Baker 54.50. Lavant 5 - Simon Gill 27.27; Kari Mack 32.17; Duncan Stephenson-Gill 33.05; Paul Jarvis 33.25; Anthony Hancock 34.15; Tony Holcombe 35.01; Chris Gallagher 35.09; Neil Strudwick 35.37; Gary Pidgeon 35.40;

Ian Bayley 35.54; Neil Barley 36.27; Anna-Kari Enes 36.30; Keith Hardwell 36.37; Carl Bryant 36.44; Louisa Proctor 37.19; Daniel Hughes 37.51; Carolyn Stapely 37.57; Gary Bushby 38.40; Robet Little 38.48; Jessica Thomson 39.24; Michael Stead 41.30; Peter Ramsdale 41.33;

Peter Lomax 42.09; Stuart Thomson 42.25; Paul Stevenson 42.25; James Savage 42.33; Wendy Harding 42.35; Stephen Goddard 43.03; Simon Dugdale 43.49; Neil Pacey 43.56; Christine Rounds 44.17; Denise Moznabi 44.49; Alice Slater 48.40; Amanda Shepheard 48.51; Nathalie Omahony 48.52; Jane Beaven 49.40; Clare Baker 50.26; Natalie King 50.29; Mike Monk 50.38; Andrew Miles 54.40; Michelle Miles 54.40. Hayling Billy 5: Gary Mitchell 37.03; Andrew Miles 40.18; Jessica Thomson 40.18; Stuart Thomson 42.55; Lisa Robinson 43.14; Amanda Worne 43.17; Paul Stevenson 43.25; Morrigan Glendenning 1.08.27; Peter Chittenden 1.09.42. Munro Half Marathon: Paul Coe 2.28.13.

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