Runners from Louth Athletic Club competed in the county’s biggest road race on Sunday, the Lincoln 10k.
Four-time Winter Paralympic medallist Jade Etherington greeted athletes at the finish line and presented trophies to the winners.
First male was Richard Brown of Lincoln Wellington AC (32.10), first female was Jo Maddick of Kingston upon Hull AC (36.18) and wheelchair race winner was Bret Crossley of Leeds (27.27).
First across the line for Louth and 29th overall was Nick Marsh in 36.16.
Nick finished fourth in his age group, as did Kevin Wallis who finished in 40.20.
Ken Jackson was second in his category with a time of 56.19 and Debbie Simpson was fifth in her age group, finishing in 44.51.
Results (chip times and positions): 29: Nick Marsh, 36:16; 147: Kevin Wallis, 40.20; 295: Richard Conway, 42.53; 354: Mick Dean, 43.36; 478: Debbie Simpson, 44.51; 479: Sean Topham, 44.51, 1684: Kate Conway, 53.09; 2053: Simon Sharp, 55.17; 2106: John Smyth, 55.35; 2226: Ken Jackson, 56.19.