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Tone Zone go west for action

Bognor Regis Tone Zone Runners still managed to find races despite them being cancelled left, right and centre due to the coronavirus pandemic.


Eight club runners raced at the West Worthing 10k, which was windy for the second half of the race. Paul Jarvis was the first home for the club and finished in 42.19. Daryl Fairbrother and Grahame Hurren finished in 44.06 and 49.16 respectively.


Tina Ede and Beth Suter both recorded personal bests (PBs). The pair ran with Jack Penfold for the whole race, achieving a PB at the 5k mark and holding the pace to the end. Ede took seven minutes off her previous best while Suter took two minutes off her best, both finishing in one hour. Charles Stewart and Wendy Morris came in together, accompanied by their fellow club-mates they both finished in 1:09.


Over at Hampton Court was the Half Marathon. Tom Howell showed his training has been paying off with a time of one hour 30 minutes. Nathalie Reynolds came away with a smile on her face as she finished under the two-hour mark with a time of 1:58:55. Sophie Howell ran her first ever half marathon to cross the line in 2:04.45. Good friends and training partners Nik Crisp and Susan Brigstock Parker ran the course together to finish in 2:25, a new PB from Crisp.


West Worthing 10k: Paul Jarvis 42.19; Daryl Fairbrother 44.06; Grahame Hurren 49.16; Tina Ede 1.00.16 PB; Beth Suter 1.00.17 PB; Jack Penfold 1.00.17; Charles Stewart 1.09.27; Wendy Morris 1.09.35.


Hampton Court Half Marathon: Tom Howell 1:30.26; Nathalie Reynolds 1:58.55 PB; Sophie Howell 2:04.45; Nik Crisp 2:25.31 PB; Susan Brigstock Parker 2:25.31.

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