Race Date: Sunday 20th November 2016
The great thing about living at the seaside is that during the winter months, there’s plenty of empty roads to run on. The worst thing about living on the seaside is that there aren’t many people around to share the empty roads with.
Inspired by this, Vigilantes Running is proud to present “The Maravan”, a unique Marathon Double event run on the almost empty roads of a virtually deserted caravan park.
With the aim of providing a fun, sociable event which doesn’t take itself too seriously, with an interesting venue and a local flavour, all finishers will receive a Vigilantes medal for each day, along with a quality goody bag.
Perfectly acceptable for 100 club membership, this 7-lapper will be run under ARC regulations. Permit number TBA for both days – permit will be displayed at Race HQ.
On Sunday, Strider Paul Ledger made the journey to Cleethorpes in the cold and the rain to compete in the Maravan, and finished in an excellent 3rd place. Some runners ran both days and there was a course record set on the Sunday. Well done to Paul for a great performance.
The race was won by David Robinson of Scunthorpe and District AC in a new course record of 2.48.51. The first woman was Sarah McFadzean of Campbeltown RC in 4.07.56.
|3||Paul Ledger||M Sen||3.19.26|
Full results: here