Some weekend running ‘shorts’ – results round-up

Another weekend which saw plenty of triathletes use their fitness in running events – with one becoming New Zealand 5000m champion…

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Triathletes on the run – on the track, road and cross country

With the World Triathlon Abu Dhabi postponed, the weekend saw many international athletes seeking out alternative racing options. I spotted quite a few of those – along with some past and present triathlon names – running around the world (or domestically), across a range of surfaces and distances.

Check out some of those below!

Hayden Wilde – New Zealand 5000m track champion

https://www.instagram.com/p/B9dDSCeB1eq/

Richard Murray – no Abu Dhabi, so also jumped onto the track

Mario Mola – seventh in Spanish Cross Country Championships

(Full results)

https://www.instagram.com/p/B9elXkSnuxA/

Gwen Jorgensen – fourth at US 15km Championships (50.26_

(Full results)

https://www.instagram.com/p/B9clzNqnrB1/

Inter Counties Cross Country Championships, Loughborough

Second for ex-GB Elite Adam Hickey and fifth for English National Champion Calum Johnson in the Senior Men’s race. A strong third place for Hamish Reilly in the Under-17 race too.

(Full Results)

https://www.instagram.com/p/B9e7Y_shiTj/

Triathletes at the Cambridge Half Marathon

Lots of multisport athletes at the OSB Events organised Saucony Cambridge Half Marathon on Sunday. Top performance goes to Tom Vickery (three-time winner of Long Course Weekend Mallorca), taking four minutes off of his PB to finish fourth overall in the 11,000+ race with a swift 1:07:57.

(Full results). A few others I noted:

  • Thomas Davis –  1:09:54
  • Jack Schofield – 1:11:38
  • Sam Proctor – 1:14:06
  • Kimberley Morrison – 1:22:57
  • Davina Greenwell – 1:28:41

https://www.instagram.com/p/B9emskJhFsQ/

https://www.instagram.com/p/B9epa-lhHBN/

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