Sunday 30th September – Redcar Half Marathon

Sunday 30th September – Redcar Half Marathon

Tom Paget reports:   

I travelled up to Teeside this morning for the Redcar Half Marathon.

A strong headwind for half of the race made things a bit tricky on this ‘out-and-back-and-then-out-the-other-way-and-back’ course and I finished in 118th place out of in a time of 90.51.

I saw Reid Haddow looking very comfortable at about nine miles and he finished 647th in a time of 1:54:05.  

Full results here.

2 thoughts on “Sunday 30th September – Redcar Half Marathon

  1. hi tom , glad to see another” black and white 2 up in the north east, the weather was blowing a gale , in your face, when we set off from outside the leisure centre on Redcar seafront, up the dual carriage way for three and a half miles turned round with the the gale in your face again , another three and a half miles, back past the leisure centre, down through Redcar town, onto the sea front, where the gale nearly took you off your feet, down the seaside wildernessfor another three miles, ahh, the final turn round point, no wind at your back, blowing you home, again in your face on the last three and a half back to the finish line but we were home in chip time of1.53.29 , position 644th. 6th over 65 out of 20.
    great medal and goody bag, nice buff, nice annivesary cloth badge, good changing facilities, but what an ordeal to get out of Redcar, road works every where, they are rebuilding Redcar, be nice when its finished!! Well done Tom, thanks for he shout! “up the Black and Whites”

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