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Not just a Running Club!

No truer way to illustrate this than from the results from Oulton Park on Sunday 4th October, the scene of a National Duathlon qualifying competition. Four Tattenhall runners took part in the competition held at the famous motor racing circuit.

The race comprised an 8.6km run, followed by a 39km bike and ending with a final 4.3km run. With entry limited to 500, and reflecting a high class, national field, competition was always going to be tough.

Notwithstanding, Tattenhall Runners put in an excellent finish with Ali Grundy taking third place in the FV40 Category and Martin Durrant, 5th in the MV55.
Results were:Rob Arden. 2-03-14. 13th in age category Martin Durrant 2-08-25. 5th V55 Alli Grundy 2-11-33. 3rd V40 Martin Hilton 2-17-32. 9th in age category.

Not bad for a village running club!

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