Hussey around in sub-60
FAYE Hussey was the only FIT2Run entrant to break the hour barrier in the Jurassic Coast 10k.
Twelve ladies from the Newton Abbot club – they meet at the Recreational Trust in Marsh Road every Tuesday and Thursday – went to Budleigh Salterton for the race.
Hussey (58.21) was 143rd out of 235 finishers. Next FIT2Runner was Clare Turner in 1.04.36, beating her time from last week's off-road 10k at Roadford.
Turner was followed in by Vanessa Zalman (1.05.55) and Sandra Weddon (1.05.59). Lorraine Thompson was next home in 1.07.26, Roz Norris in 1.08.29 and June White in 1.09.00.
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Other finishers were: Sharon Ellis (1.09.34), Helen Kinsman (1.12.37) in her first 10k, Tracey Stronghill (1.15.20), Cindy Luxton (1.23.14) and Vanessa Williams (1.23.15).
To cool down after the race, they joined fellow competitors by heading into the sea.
The event is not for profit and all money raised after costs is donated to FORCE Cancer Charity.
The ladies from FIT2run donated £60 to this cause, which they raised by marshalling at the Torbay Half-Marathon.
SIMON Bunday was the lone Dawlish Coaster taking part in the Jurassic Coast 10k at Budleigh Salterton. He completed the course in 50.32 and finished 72nd overall.