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Club Records

MALE TRACK
8001:59:04Ollie SmartExeter29.06.2019U17
15003:54:02Ollie SmartBirmingham09.06.2021U20
30008:16:02Ollie SmartMilton Keynes05.05.2021U20
5000
10000
MALE ROAD
5k14:46Ollie SmartHaldon02.04.2021U20
5m25m 24sOllie SmartExmouth20.10.2020U20
10k31m 26sJim ColeTelford09.12.2018
10m
Half Marathon1h 9m 56sJordan AndrewsBath15.03.2020
Marathon2h 25 50Jordan AndrewsWindsor03.04.2021
FEMALE TRACK
300011m 27sJenny SabinePlymouth28.05.2019
500019m 13sSam LakeExeter22.07.2018
1000039m 29sSam LakeExeter20.06.2018
FEMALE ROAD
5k18m 58sSam LakeTavistock15.12.2018
10k38m 24sRachael MalthouseExeter19.01.2020
Half Marathon1h 27m 13sSam LakeExeter14.06.2019
Marathon2h 59m 3sSam LakeLondon22.05.2018
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Racing Returns

The club is slowly bouncing back from the effects of Coronavirus and building towards the upcoming cross country season. Anyone who wants to know more about TRP or maybe wants to join the club, feel free to contact Dave Chanter on 07815318145 or check out the clubs website.

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PASSING ON THE BATON

Last Thursday (15th July) saw a welcome return of the Tavistock Relays staged after a one year hiatus.Staged in the Meadows over a course of 1.1 mile this is a popular event, though this year numbers were a little down on previous years.

The first event was the senior ladies race and it looked to be turning into a domestic battle between Tavistock AC with their teams holding the top 3 positions. However after solid legs from Hannah Smith and Emma Baker, Holly Cole brought TRP back into contention for Claire Fraser to run a storming anchor leg to take the team into 3rd place just running out of tarmac to secure 2nd.

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Fast Friday

Good Friday saw a return to racing for TRP with 7 athletes making the journey up to Exeter for the fast Friday 5k.
A new venue for the event saw it staged at the Exeter racecourse. An undulating multi lap course made tougher by a gusting southerly wind challenged the runners, however most were happy to return to some normality. The event was well organised as ever by Mark Cowan and his team at City Runs and the race went off in waves to follow England athletics Covid guidelines.
With racing underway Ollie Smart quickly separated from the lead group and steadily moved away to win in a stellar time of 14:46. Jordan Andrews put his hard training into practice in the Marathon at Eton Dorney. In a Multi lap course around the lake he finished 1st in an amazing 2hours 25minutes 50 seconds over 26.1miles, taking over 5 munutes off his pb,

Jordan Andrews -Mara pb