Mighty Greens take on brutal Beer Blazer and hilly fun run
- Credit: SRC
Another full club outing took place recently when the Sidmouth Running Club juniors took part in the Beer Blazer fun run, whilst the adult members ran the 10-mile route.
Junior coach Kerry Boyle said: “The Juniors were great again today at the hilly Beer Blazer fun run! Eleven ran in total and first home for the Mighty Greens was Isaac Corfield (2nd place), closely followed by Aidan Corfield, Ella Bond was 1st girl, with Dom Hall next, then Seth and Flynn Lancaster, William Hall, Hamish Bishop, John Dunsford, Ben Barnard and Louis Bridges-Galvez.”
Club chairman Terry Bewes found the 10-mile course a lot different to the 10km one he ran last time describing it as brutal with some lovely views!
The race takes in parts of both the Grizzly and Cub routes and areas you can only run in this race. Mighty Green David King finished first in his age category in 1:53:35 and Carol Hounsell was back on form and thoroughly enjoyed the run.
Beer Blazer results: Pete Norman 21st o/a 1:45:04, David King 1:53:35 , Stuart Moul 2:00:01, Sue Collman 2:19:03, Sarah Clapham 2:19:06, Carol Hounsell 2:41:20 3rd in age group, Sarah Watkins 2:41:21, Terry Bewes 2:47:42 2nd in age group.
There were 91 finishers.
If you are looking for some running inspiration, visit the club’s website for some great routes, including this one: From the Sailing Club, go West along the esplanade and at the 2nd mini roundabout at the Bedford Hotel take the 2nd exit onto the B3176 Station Road following onto Bulverton Road.
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At the Bowd Inn, take the second exit and turn left onto the A3052 sign post Exeter. Follow the road into Newton Poppleford, at the end of the village at the mini roundabout take the 2nd exit, sign post A3052 Exeter.
Continue on this road to Halfway House and turn left onto the B3180 sign post Exmouth. Follow this road pass Woodbury Golf Club on your right and then through the ‘z’ bends in the wooded area follow the road down the hill to the Four Firs cross road, turn left and the car park is on your right.