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Lots of Year Best performances in Kimbolton Castle Half Marathon

Seven Joggers took part in the Kimbolton Castle Half Marathon on Sunday 18th August. Adam Maltpress was first male Jogger home in 1:43:25, from Miles Johnson (1:57:56), Oliver Stockmann (2:02:17 Year Best!) and David Crowley (2:19:54 YB!). For the women, Lynda McCormack (2:03:23 YB!) had a great run, her best half marathon time since 2015. Mary Marsh (2:17:45) and Caroline … Read more

Neville Clarke takes age group trophy in Great Yarmouth Half; Elke Hausler takes bronze in British Masters 5000m in Birmingham

Neville Clarke was bang in form on Sunday in the Great Yarmouth Half Marathon. He clocked 1:45:13, coming home 92nd of 307 overall and 1st of 7 in his MV65 age group by over 7 minutes. This was despite a strong SW wind of around 25mph gusting to 40mph, which made conditions extremely difficult and any PBs near impossible. This … Read more

Sales and Parsons top performers for Joggers in Kevin Henry League

On Thursday evening, in the 5th of 6 fixtures of the Kevin Henry 5K League at Kedington, near Haverhill, Jamie Sales and Hannah Parsons were top performers for Newmarket Joggers. On a very hilly route, Sales clocked 17:21, his best 5K time this year and was 10th of 194 male runners overall. Parsons  finished 26th of 155 female runners in … Read more

Neville Clarke clocks best time for 6 years in Littleport 10K

Veteran Newmarket Jogger Neville Clarke came up trumps in the Littleport 10K on Sunday, winning the MV65 age group trophy by over 3 minutes in a time of 42:20, his best 10K time since 2013. It’s been a great season for Clarke, who has found it hard to put a foot wrong with strong performances at all distances up to … Read more

Neil Pollard sets new PB in Run Norwich 10K

Neil Pollard managed to get a late transfer into the Run Norwich 10K on Sunday and didn’t regret it. He clocked a PB time of 34:09, finishing 13th of 6,198 runners overall and 1st of 467 in his MV40 age group. This comes just two weeks after his previous 10K PB of 34:42  in the Marcus Gynn Newmarket 10K. Other … Read more

Maisey Snaith chosen to represent GB in U20 European Championships

We are proud to report that 18 year old Maisey Snaith, 2nd claim Newmarket Jogger, is among 69 athletes chosen to represent Great Britain in the U20 European Athletics Championships in Boras, Sweden, July 18-21. She is one of 6 picked for the 4 x 400m women’s relay team. She represents Cambridge & Coleridge as 1st claim but also trains … Read more

Wizardry in Marcus Gynn Newmarket 10K

On Sunday, the Marcus Gynn Newmarket 10K, organised by Newmarket Joggers, took place at The Ellesmere Centre in Stetchworth. This race celebrates the life of young fellow club runner Marcus Gynn, who sadly lost his fight against sarcoma cancer 3 years ago. The race helped to raise funds for Sarcoma UK, with Gareth Knighton, a cousin of Marcus, receiving £1000 … Read more

Caroline Mcintosh On Song in Stowmarket Friday 5

The fifth in the series of six Friday 5 mile races took place at Stowmarket on Friday evening in perfect conditions over a gently undulating road route, which started and finished in Haughley Park. Five Newmarket Joggers took part: Brian Munns (37:27), Jim Withers (43:55), Sianie Painter (47:12), Chris Aylmer (50:58) and Caroline Mcintosh (51:00). Mcintosh was on song and … Read more

Neville Clarke continues winning streak in Bury Friday 5

In Bury St Edmunds on Friday evening, eight Newmarket Joggers took part in the fourth of the Friday 5 mile series of six races in a field of 443 runners.  Neville Clarke was first Jogger home and maintained his complete dominance of the MV65 age category by finishing 1st of 16 by over 2 minutes, in a time of 35:06. … Read more

Neville Clarke in command at Sudbury Friday 5

On Friday evening, at Great Cornard Sports Centre near Sudbury, it was the third of the Friday 5 mile series of six road races, which are taking place weekly at different Suffolk venues until the 5th July. Five Newmarket Joggers took part in this challenging race, which involved a steep climb up the notorious Kedington Hill and a helter-skelter descent … Read more