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The Cambridge Cambourne 10k and Fun Run was back in its normal slot on Sunday (April 10) after being held in September last year due to Covid.

The Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography
The Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography

Gordon Aspin, race director, said: “We had a pretty good turnout. We had about 400 runners in total on the day: about 350 on the main 10k race and about another 50 on the fun run.

“We introduced some new things this year. We had [personal trainer] Dexter Wright doing a warm-up session beforehand and we had a nice new medal. We specifically decided to design a special one for us, and I think all the runners were very pleased with that – and everything went off very smoothly.”

The Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography
The Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography
The Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography
The Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography
The medals awarded at the Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography
The medals awarded at the Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography
The Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography
The Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography
The Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography
The Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography

This year, the race – which has been taking place for about 15 years – was won by Martin Amos of Huntingdonshire AC in the men’s event with a time of 34:06, while the women’s race was won by Kanina O’Neil of March AC with a time of 40:10.

The Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography
The Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography
The Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography
The Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography
The Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography
The Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography
Kanina O’Neil, the first woman in the Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography
Kanina O’Neil, the first woman in the Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography
Martin Amos, the first man in the Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography
Martin Amos, the first man in the Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography

Oliver Warburton (34:08) and Keelan Duffy (35:49) were second and third respectively in the men’s race, and Dana Shiner (40:47) and Shelley Duffy (42:27) came in second and third in the women’s event.

Dana Shiner, the second woman in the Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography
Dana Shiner, the second woman in the Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography
Oliver Warburton, the second man in the Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography
Oliver Warburton, the second man in the Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography
Shelley Duffy, the third woman in the Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography
Shelley Duffy, the third woman in the Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography
Keelan Duffy, who was the third man in the Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography
Keelan Duffy, who was the third man in the Cambourne 10k. Picture: Charles Sturman Photography

For more information, visit cambridgeandcoleridge.org.uk/cambridge-cambourne-10k-and-fun-run.

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