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London Marathon - 3rd October 2021

Last weekend witnessed the return of the London Marathon for the masses, following the 2020 event being limited to an elite-only field held within a restricted area, due to Covid-19. Bourton Roadrunners were fortunate to have five runners join tens of thousands of others, ranging from world champions to fun runners.

Liz Hulcup at London Marathon - 3rd October 2021 Darren Long at London Marathon - 3rd October 2021 Jenni Glass at London Marathon - 3rd October 2021 Liz Hulcup at London Marathon - 3rd October 2021 Lead ladies at London Marathon - 3rd October 2021 Lead men at London Marathon - 3rd October 2021

A few photos of our runners at London Marathon, together with the leaders
photos by john gibson

Bourton’s five, covering the full age-range, were proudly representing their club and a range of charities, all testing their bodies over the 26.2 mile route, supported around the course by the crowd, plus friends and family.

First home for the club was Darren Long, who has a PB of 2 hours 52 minutes, finishing comfortably in a time of 3:18:37. Next to finish was Jennie Glass in a time of 3:59:47. Liz Hulcup (LV65) had a brilliant run in 4:31:05, just ahead of Amy Hallam who finished in 4:34:20. Rob Williams, who is more accustomed to shorter races, showed amazing resilience proudly representing his charity in a time of 6:16:30; well done to Rob.

Berkeley 10k – 3rd October 2021

On the same day Linda Edward (2nd claim member) joined 158 other runners at the Berkeley 10k, the 6th event in this year’s Gloucestershire AAA Road Race Series. Linda finished in a time of 56:27.


Chipping Norton School: Derek Darby – 21:51.

Cheltenham: Chris Dry – 27:00, Cath Nesbitt – 28:38.

Tredegar House Park: Jaq Underwood (2nd claim) – 22:58.

Aston Court:Susan Hunt (2nd claim) – 25:55.



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Five Bourton Roadrunners joined tens of thousand others at the 2021 London Marathon.

Congratulations to Darren Long, Jennie Glass, Liz Hulcup, Amy Hallam and Rob Williams.

Liz Hulcup after London Marathon

Liz Hulcup after London Marathon.

Parkrun continues to prove to be as popular as ever, so take the time to check-out our regualar parkrunners and consider joining them.



Other reports may be found on our recent race reports page.