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Athletics | 23rd May 2019

It’s an uphill struggle


IT WAS a true family challenge – mums, dads and children joined other runners for the annual Muckle Toon Joggers’ uphill run on Tuesday.
Starting at the bottom of the hill road, the runners took on the gruelling climb up to the cattle grid at the top, a distance of one mile.
Maintaining a good lead all the way, Martin Thomlinson reached the top first in 12.12 and took the male over 16 trophy.
In second place was Iona Jamieson in 13.09 and she won the female under 16 trophy.
The male under 16 winner was Thomas McCleary in 13.56 and the first female over 16 runner was Rhea Cavers in 15.36.
A total of 35 runners completed the challenge and they were rewarded with lots of cake at the finish. The trophies were presented by Liz Elliot.

Uphill Family Challenge 2019 Results
1 Martin Thomlinson 2:12; 2 Iona Jamieson 13:07; 3 Thomas McCleary 13:56, 4 Glen Jamieson 14:33, 5 Derek Johnston 15:28, 6 Rhea Cavers 15:36, 7 Robbie Graham 15:37, 8 Pauline Irving 16:18, 9 Mia Harvey 16:50, 10 Joss Skelton 18:34, 11 Rory Irving 18:43, 12 Gemma Skelton 18:48, 13 Ciara McKinnel 19:51, 14 Jessica Cuthbert 19:53, 15 Donna McKinnel 19:53, 16 Carol Irving 19:53, 17 David Smith 20:27, 18 Tilda Smith 20:27, 19 Deborah Cook 20:29, 20 Cathy McCleary 20:27, 21 Angus McCleary 20:37, 22 Noah Smith 20:46, 23 Molly Phillips 20:47, 24 Sarah Phillips 20:47, 25 Judy Laycock 22:54, 26 Ashleigh Tolson 23:42, 27 Dawn Lamb 24:48, 28 Tilda Lamb 24:48, 29 Iona Palmer-Smith 25:05, 30 Anna Cuthbert 26:30, 31 Alex Cuthbert 26:30, 32 Kate Miller 26:42, 33 Emma Little 27:48, 34 Gemma Currie 31:04, 35 Laura Smith 31:04

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