4th Oct – Athlone 3/4 Marathon

Colin McCrum gave it 100% at the 5th Athlone 3/4 Marathon on Sunday. Set in the heart of the Midlands around Lough Ree the course undulated for the first 10k before settling to a pleasant descent back into Glasson village. The measured course distance is an even 31.646km / 19.664 miles long !!! and Colin completed  in a time of 2hr 48min – a Athlone three quarter marathon Colin McCrumPB for that distance.

4th Oct – RunHer Titanic

RunHer Titanic Becki

22 Seapark Ladies were amongst the 1600 females taking part in today’s biggest ever RunHer event in Belfast.

In the 5k race Seapark ladies placed twice in the first 10 with Qin Ni coming in 7th place in an impressive time of 23:17 and Sarah Rea in 10th place in a time of 24:26. First home for Seapark in the 10k was Elisoa Crawford in a time of 43:32 with Caroline Salters 28 seconds behind on 44:00. This placed both ladies 4th and 5th overall.

The 10k line up included Becki Tester who has been attending a series of pre-event training workshops for the last 8 weeks. You can read more about Becki’s training journey on Belfast Telegraph website.

RunHer Titanic
Results 10k:

Elisoa Crawford  43:32 (4th)

Alanah McCombe 44:00  (5th)

Ruth Hawkins 50:42

Roisin McConnell 54:41

Lynette Magill 55:26

Beth McCormick 55:56

Ann McCracken 58:41

Geraldine Kane 62:37

Karen Poag 59:54

Alison Welsh 60:00

Marie Nicholson 60:01

Chantel Daniels 60:02

Sara Johnston 60:26

Glenda Murray 60:34

Becki Tester 60:42

Julie Kelly 61:27

Emma Pearson 62:48

Karen McMaster 67:21

Carol Downey 67:58

Susan Kane 70:01
Results – 5k

Qin Ni 23:17 (7th)

Sarah Rea 24:26 (10th)





3rd Oct – NI & Ulster Road Relay Championships 2015

NI Road Relay Championships Charlie Brendan Clive BobbieSeapark males made history today through their attendance at the annual NI & Ulster Road Relay Championships hosted by Orangegrove AC.  This is the first time that Seapark have entered the event and whilst there were no podium places for the Club the 4 man relay team came a respectable 29th out of 44 teams taking part in the Masters Men’s relay Race.

Bobbie Irvine, Clive Weatherhead, Charlie McCormick and Brendan Rice each completed 3.380m. The atmospheric finish proved a popular end to an exciting day of local racing.

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