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Seco Alcester 10k a great success
The second Seco Alcester 10k took place in glorious sunshine yesterday with record entries and spectators soaking up the atmosphere in this delightful Warwickshire market town. There was street entertainment for the children and a free Kids Fun Run which was very popular. The main event, which was started by Rio Olympic show jumping gold medallist Nick Skelton, was a close fought affair. Joseph McCleod of Coventry Godiva beat Ted Mocket of Rannelagh Harriers by just 3 seconds with Ed Barlow of BRAT coming home in third place a further 9 seconds behind. The fastest woman was Joanne Scott with Lindsey Lewis- Painter of Evesham Vale Running Club coming in 61 seconds behind and Kellie Massie in third place at 2:29. The full results are available on Stuweb.
Olympic Gold Medallist to Start the Seco Alcester 10k
We are delighted to announce that Nick Skelton winner of the show jumping gold medal at the 2016 Olympic Games, and local resident, will be starting the race.