Cancellation – RUN, HEIFER, RUN! SUTTON PARK – 12th Aug 2018

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It is with much regret that KP Events have to inform you that Run, Heifer, Run! have made the decision to cancel the UK Events planned for the Summer of 2018. This is not a decision that has been taken lightly, and is due to unforeseen circumstance. KP Events and Run, Heifer, Run! Hope to work together again in the near future.

In line with KP Events terms & Conditions, you will be issued with a full refund in the next few days. This will be done through Regevent online entry system, and KP Events administration team. Payment will be retuned to the account or card that you paid with. KP Events administration team will only be in touch again if there are any issues with your refund.

Again KP Events would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused, and hope to see you at another one on their races.

Results – Solihull Half Marathon Sunday April 8th 2018

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1st male was Chris Sharp (391) Knowle & Dorridge RC 1:12:55, 2nd male Neil Laurenson (420) Black Pearl Joggers 1:14:27, 3rd male Jack Bristow (387) Knowle & Dorridge RC 1:18:59.

1st Female was Susannah Gill (521) 1:27:39, 2nd female Jacqui Phillips (559) 1:32:19, 3rd female Rosie Marsh (210) Knowle & Dorridge RC 1:33:11.

Full results of the Solihull Half Marathon can be found on STUWED. Photos will be available at www.charleswhittonphotography.com.

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Results – Florette Fradley 10k 11th March 2018

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SEE FULL RESULTS HERE

PHOTOS ARE HERE

MISSEN MANAGES FRADLEY TRIUMPH

Birchfield Harrier Matthew Missen won in an exciting finish to the Fradley 10k today (Sunday March 11th). Another big turn out for the region’s first major 10k of the running season saw Missen lead early on in a small group containing Hatton Dart’s Ashley Hurdman the 2017 Fradley10k winner and Lee Gratton and the three fought it out all the way round the flat fast route for Missen to break away and win in 33:07 followed closely by Hurdman in second 33:26 and Gratton a close third in 33:33.

First female Home was Higham Harriers’ Rachel Doherty in 37:43 with Jessie Lutwyche second in 38:31 and Birchfield Harrier Elizabeth Watters third in 40:15.

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