Popular race is fast approaching

PUBLISHED: 11:51 20 September 2007 | UPDATED: 21:49 29 May 2010

Runners line up at the start of last year’s Saffron Walden 10K 	Picture: SUBMITTED

Runners line up at the start of last year’s Saffron Walden 10K Picture: SUBMITTED

There are less than two weeks to go before the Saffron Walden 10K race on Sunday September 30. Entries are coming in fast, although athletes will still be able to enter on the day. The route takes the participants from the County High School to the park

There are less than two weeks to go before the Saffron Walden 10K race on Sunday September 30.

Entries are coming in fast, although athletes will still be able to enter on the day.

The route takes the participants from the County High School to the park via Audley End village. The runners then go through the town before heading up Windmill Hill and into Littlebury.

The final section of the race is in Audley End Park before finishing at the High School.

Pick up an entry form from Runnerway, download from www.saffronstriders.org.uk or call 01799 500109

An amazing number of 25 runners represented Saffron Striders in the final 5K league race of the season.

The Kevin Henry Summer 5K League had long ago been sewn up by Cambridge & Coleridge, but despite the fantastic turnout, Striders were unable to snatch second place away from Newmarket Joggers.

Bryn Reynolds, Chris Dodge, Stephane Toussenel, Gavin Long and Nigel Coates all finished in the top 20, with John James, James Snell, Steve White and Toby Lumsden in the top 30.

Janet Bradshaw, Anne Williams and Fiona Tideswell all performed brilliantly as part of the Striders' female team which took third place.

Janet Lipski rounded off a fantastic season with third spot and she was supported by excellent runs from Claire Waters, Deb Frostick, Kim Hirst, Kate Holden, Monica Krylander and Liz Shields.

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