BANBURY Harriers’ Tim Wright won the Adderbury Three Spires Challenge multi-terrain race.
Wright completed the approximately 14-mile course in 1hr 22mins 48secs to hold off White Horse Harriers’ Paul Jegou, who clocked 1.24.52.
Fiona Tideswell (Saffron) was the first lady home in 1.39.57, with Headington Road Runners’ Sandra Wolanski (1.48.19) the leading local lady in third.
Russell Forsbrook (Cheltenham) won the approximately 10K event in 41.07 ahead of Adderbury’s Paddy Haynes (43.06) and Witney’s Chris Ellis (43.49).
Rachel Edwards (David Lloyd Redway Runners) was the first lady home in 52.10.
EYNSHAM Road Runners’ Hannah Hale was the second lady home at the Evesham 10K.
Hale completed the course in 40mins 33secs to finish in 29th place overall.
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