Achtung Baby! St Albans Striders’ trio conquer Berlin Marathon

PUBLISHED: 17:00 30 September 2017

Jenny Moore, Stacey Harris and Judy Willits helped St Albans Striders take the team prize at the Windsor half marathon.

Jenny Moore, Stacey Harris and Judy Willits helped St Albans Striders take the team prize at the Windsor half marathon.

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The autumn marathon season started off with three St Albans Striders completing the Berlin Marathon.

Ian Hirth was one of three from St Albans Striders to complete the Berlin Marathon.Ian Hirth was one of three from St Albans Striders to complete the Berlin Marathon.

Ian Hirth ran three hours 21 minutes 20 seconds, Andrew Hull 4:38:00 and Petra Große-Hull 4:59:16.

Steve Cockrell successfully finished Loch Ness in challenging conditions while Mark Travers ran the Hull Marathon in 4:04:12.

Three ladies from the club won the team prize in the Windsor half marathon; Stacey Harris was seventh lady overall in 1:34:48, followed by Jenny Moore with 1:38:51 and Judy Willits in 1:43:52.

Six Striders were among the thousands at the Ealing Half Marathon with Blake K Vivian overcoming injury to finish 12th overall in 1:16:10.

Chris Barr also overcame an injury to run 1:27:42, followed by James Harrison (1:41;32), Richard Olney (1:44:03), Steve Elkan (1:45:22) and Paul Earnshaw (1:54:36).

Chris Curran ran 1:47:46 in Ipswich’s Great East Run.

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