Athletes from Halmer Harriers have been putting their body on the line at multiple events in recent weeks.
Runs don’t come tougher than the London Marathon, with the Spalding club having five runners in action there. Among them were Lisa Gill, who ran her eighth London
Marathon to raise money for Age UK, and Carly Wilkinson completed her first to raise funds for Karis House.
London Marathon – Rob Hammond 3.42.11hrs; Colin Crump 3.46.36hrs; Trevor Darnes 3.48.32hrs; Lisa Gill 4.28.17hrs; Carly Wilkinson 5.01.46hrs.
Langtoft 10k – Rebecca Richards 49.34mins; Louise Southgate 49.43mins; Liz Johnson 55.40mins; Nicky Hastings 55.42mins; Di Gill 56.41mins; Annette Gudgeon 58.34mins.
GEAR 10k (King’s Lynn) – Mark Goodale – 44.41mins; Ade Mills 49.20mins; Lee Pittam 49.34mins (pacer); Martin Wallis 49.35mins (pacer); Kristina Basaraba-Lazdina 55.06mins (pacer); Peter Booth 55.42mins; Katy Hopkins 56.40mins; Zoe Parla 58.48mins; Pete Stafford 59.40mins; Dawn Allen 59.44mins; Rob Hammond 59.53mins (pacer); Jennifer Maltby 59.57mins; Natasha Ladbrook 1.00.14hrs; Andrea Cooke 1.01.28hrs; Julie Thorold 1.01.46hrs; Alex Gills 1.03.19hrs; Lisa Gill 1.04.23hrs (pacer); Susan Booth 1.07.21hrs; Karen Wallis 1.07.55hrs; Steve Tucker 1.09.43hrs (pacer); Di Lettice 1.09.47hrs (pacer); Louise Clarkson 1.12.49hrs; Sue Tucker-Reynolds 1.14.27hrs; Kizzy Rickett 1.15.33hrs; Fiona Thomas 1.15.39hrs (pacer); Tim Baxter 1.15.44hrs; Katherine Baxter 1.15.44hrs; Jenny Van Gemeren 1.15.44hrs; Rob Green 1.19.26hrs.