Mablethorpe Running Club: Wayne on form at Bassetlaw Sprint Triathlon

Wayne Kew EMN-150817-173542002
Wayne Kew EMN-150817-173542002

Mablethorpe Running Club member Wayne Kew finished comfortably within the top quarter at the Bassetlaw Sprint Triathlon.

The event, hosted by the Bassetlaw Tri Club in Worksop, consisted of a 400m pool swim followed by a 20km ride and finishing with a 5km run on a mix of town and country roads.

There were 218 finishers at this event with Wayne coming home in a fine 33rd place. He completed the swim in 9min 09secs, the cycling in 40min 29secs and the run in 21min 03secs for a total finish time, including changeovers, of 1hr 12min 28secs.

Andy Tarry won in a total finish time of 57min 22secs.

* The fourth in Louth AC’s five-race Wolds Dash series took place last week at the picturesque Hubbards Hills.

A large contingent of junior and senior Mablethorpe RC runners took part.

Times – Under 13s Girls (3.22km): Hope Midgley 16min 59secs; Rebecca Millward 19.55. Under 15 Girls (4.23km): Alice Hockham 21.54. Under 17 Girls (5.24km): Paige Midgley 26.35. Senior Men (10.15km): Andrew Tomlin 44.02. Veteran Men (10.15km): Carl Musson 56.09. Senior Women (10.15km): Ellie Norman 1hr 05min 06secs. Veteran Women (10.15km): Debbie Jinks 53.16; Sharon Wheatley-Margarson 53.29; Elaine Wilson 56.26; Lisa Musson 1hr 00min 04secs; Andrea Mettam 1.05.06; Diane Holmes 1.12.23; Louise Willey 1.15.44; Helen Rice-Mundy 1.15.44.

The final Wolds Dash is scheduled for Wednesday, September 2 with entry taken on the night.

* Sharon Wheatley-Margarson and Elaine Wilson once again returned for the fourth in the Croxby Crawl series, hosted by Cleethorpes AC.

A field of 129 competitors took on one lap of the challenging 4.44-mile course with Sharon clocking 37min 11secs for 76th place, and Elaine finishing 99th in 39.49.

The race was won by Nick Martin (Caistor RC) in 24.04, and first female to finish was Jill Otley (Cleethorpes AC) in 31.41.

* Mablethorpe RC member Louise Willey and her daughter Phoebe took part in the Free Cycle event at the Ride London festival of cycling.

They took part in a family-orientated event over a 10-mile route on closed roads around the centre of London.