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ATHLETICS: Studley impresses on England duty
DAN Studley secured a top-20 placing while running for England at the Cross Internacional Italica in Seville, Spain.
The 22-year-old Oxford Brookes University student finished 18th in the men’s race, clocking 34mins 4secs for the 10.8km course.
Studley said: “It was easily one of the best races I’ve been a part of.
“I was tenth of the European athletes and second amongst the four-strong England team.
“It was another fantastic experience and opportunity with the national team and I look forward to many more in the near future.”
He added: “I was very pleased with my time on a tricky, technical course with two 180-degree turns and five or six 90-degree turns.
“It means I was through 10k in around 30.40.”
ENTRIES for the Milton Park Abingdon Marathon will open on Saturday, February 1, organisers have announced.
The increasingly popular race, which will take place on Sunday, October 19, sold out within 27 days last year.
For more details, visit abingdonmarathon.org.uk.
THE Oxford 10K Charity Fun Run has been rescheduled for Sunday, March 9.
Originally scheduled for this Sunday, organisers have gone for the new date due to flooding on the course in Cutteslowe Park and Sunnymead Park.
For more information, visit mccpromotions.com.
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