Cam’s personal best time

Weston Junior Athletic Club member Cam Slater set a personal best time in the latest prom race held on Weston seafront.

TWENTY-five young junior athletes competed in the one mile junior prom race.

First home was Cam Slater from Weston Junior Athletic Club in a course personal best time of 5.13, followed by Daniel Gadsby in 5.53 and Henry Cox in 6.08.

First girl home was Lucy Maine from Weston Junior Athletic Club in 6.23, followed by Jess Dadds in 6.39 and Eleanor Atwell in 6.58.

The next race will take place on March 21 at 6.45pm and is free for all junior runners. See for more details and an entry form.

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In the senior prom race, 234 runners competed in the five-mile prom race along Weston seafront.

On a freezing winter night, the winner was Scott Campbell from Westbury Harriers in 27.07, followed in second place by Steve Goss from Bristol & West AC in 27.19 and in third place was Andrew Cooke from Bristol & West in 27.28.

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First lady home was Sophie Voller from Westbury Harriers in 30.39, second place went to Julia Belyavin in 30.57 from Bristol & West and third was Penny Gardiner, also from Bristol & West AC, in 31.18.

Full results and entry forms for our next race on March 21 at 7.30pm are available on the club website -

Congratulations to all the Weston AC team members who competed in this year’s Tough 10 race held.

First members home were: Pete Clark in sixth place overall in a time of 1.02.30, followed by Guy Bradford (14th) 1.04.40, Sam Morteo (16th) 1.05.23. Top ladies were Claudine Mercer (3rd FV40) 1.15.16, Nicola Fulstow 1.23.52 and Geraldine Hope in 1.24.47.

Full members results can be seen on the link at

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