City of Salisbury athletes took the notorious 12-mile Pewsey ‘Terminator’ race by storm on Sunday, notching first place in the men’s race and winning the ladies’ team event.
Stuart Holloway was the men’s winner on a multi-terrain course known for its steep hills, and his strong run of 77min 08sec was more than four minutes too good for his nearest challenger, Stuart Padgett of Chippenham Harriers.
Reece Ingram was not far back in 88.41, then came Ruth Thom with 99.32 for a good third place in her age group and leading place in the victorious team, completed by Charlotte Ingram’s 106.38 and Louise Sloan’s 123.18.
Other Salisbury finishers were Steve Mitchell 104.18, James Ballard 108.04, Stuart Robertson 113.40, Jon Kershaw 116.54, Linda Robson 139.42, Lisa Milner 148.34, Mel Murphy 148.37, Liz Roberts 148.43 and Kathryn Dreyer 158.05.
In the Tenterden 5mile road race, James Ballard clocked 34min 43sec to earn a first ever win in his 50-plus age category.