01/07/2022 - Pre-resignation(s) throwback.

Race results

It’s Throw๐Ÿ”™ edition numero tre, and since these races took place we’ve seen two Prime Minister resignations ๐Ÿ‘‹๐Ÿผ , which would make you think we’re on our way back a few years surely, but no, only three months, which probably means we’ve waited long enough, so let’s get cracking. Because whilst No. 10 is a rocky place to be, our runners continue to rock the boat with their epic performances week on week.

Kicking off July with a bang ๐Ÿ’ฅ, James Cox stormed home in 15th place overall for the shiniest of personal bests at the popular Colin Potter 10K in Derby. A sweet 38:34 greeted him at the finish, taking 3 minutes 35 seconds off the time he ran at Gate Gallop only the Sunday before.

Next home, showing fabulous improvements this season, was Jordan Cope, but adding his first 10K to his Ivanhoe scorecard, 43:57 earning him 57th position. Patrick Horn was our next runner braving the summer temperatures, recording his first 10K of 2022, however I implore you to read one of our recent reports covering the Brewers 10K ๐Ÿป to see how Pat has gone from strength to strength in just a matter of months. ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿผ

Regularly taking ๐Ÿ” podium position within the Ivanhoe squad, Amelia Monaghan was next ๐Ÿก , running 46:57, a fine result that logged her firmly within the overall top 10. Paul Averillo was next to the line, running a new PB on the fairly hilly โœŒ๐Ÿผ lap course, his 51:44 took 40 secs off his 2019 Adrian Smith time. Keep your ๐Ÿ‘€ peeled for a report coming out shortly about how Paul has continued to tear up the tarmac over the 6.2 distance.

Helen Finn stood proud atop her age category with the fastest and most fabulous time of 52:29, and Lucy Allsop ran a superb pace round the Darley park route, accompanied by local runner Lisa from neighbouring club South Derbyshire, who did a cracking job of encouraging each other round for 56:02. ๐Ÿ’›๐Ÿ’™

Power couple Team Jeyes jumped into action at the Donegal 10K, a low key Irish event they were able to through their names into the hat for on the same day. Sally scored a beautiful time of 55:39 who stepped into the ๐Ÿฅ‰podium position for her age category, whilst it was a glittering ๐Ÿฅ‡ for Andy in 48:40.

Written by Emily Partridge - last updated on 06/11/2022