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Kings Lynn
Friday, August 23, 2019

Jordan swims, cycles and runs out of Alcatraz

TRIATHLON: One of the appeals of triathlon is the variety of races and members of King’s Lynn Triathlon Club really took advantage of that...

Maximum effort keeps women high

ATHLETICS: Ryston Runners’ women’s team consolidated their position at the top of their EMAC 2019 Track & Field League table with a fine display...

McCusker faces a hilly thriller at Tullaroan

ATHLETICS: A mixed bag of events and activities over the weekend proved the versatility and all-encompassing nature of Ryston Runners AC. “I Got My Thrills...

Moyse jumps to a record

ATHLETICS: Ryston Runners came second as they hosted their home Southern Athletics League match at Lynnsport on Saturday. That came despite some significant absences but...

Broad smile for Quadkid winner

ATHLETICS: In the second Quadkids event of the season at Thetford on Sunday, there were a number of young West Norfolk AC athletes participating. In the years...

Ryston set GEAR pace well

ATHLETICS: As well as seven members acting as pacers, giving up their own race chance to help others achieve their targets in the Grand...

Age win for Sparrow

TRIATHLON: King’s Lynn Triathlon club continued their run of podium finishes last weekend.  Jamie Sparrow and Dan Guppy were both in Peterborough for the Monster Mojito. The swim...

Renegades’ marathon input

ATHLETICS: Renegade Runners provided a platform for some local runners to help with training for Sunday’s London Marathon. Gayton United goalkeeper Jonny Cockerill, who has been...

Sennitt-Clough takes on world’s oldest race

ATHLETICS: A hilly race in warm and windy conditions failed to knock the smile off Liz Sennitt-Clough’s face. The Renegades Runners member took on the...

Wilkinson impresses with win on debut

ATHLETICS: West Norfolk Athletic Club travelled to a cold and windy St Ives for the first Southern Athletics League of the season. Despite battling against...