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Athletics: Harold Wood Running Club’s Adam Bartlett as third fastest man at Thurrock 10k

PUBLISHED: 14:00 02 November 2017 | UPDATED: 10:29 03 November 2017

Adam Bartlett of Harold Wood Running Club (pic: HWRC)

Adam Bartlett of Harold Wood Running Club (pic: HWRC)

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Harold Wood Running Club member Adam Bartlett impressed at the Thurrock 10k, finishing third overall.

Barrett was joined at the race by club colleagues Louise Hawker, Martin Hawker and Rosie Hatch.

Elsewhere, Harold Wood member Josh Jenner completed the gruelling two-day OMM Marathon Mountain Challenge in the Lake District.

Jenner’s wife Helen, meanwhile, ventured even further north when taking in the Middlesbrough parkrun.

There was also parkrun action for plenty of other club members, though a lot closer to home as they took in the latest race in Raphael Park.

Corinne Mouhot, Leanne Mitchell and Lynsey Mann took in the Spooky Tricky and Treat event in London.

Paul Dupree and Ruth Quince completed the Beachy Head 10k, while Dorottya Norton, Deb Kemp and Sophie Apps race in an aquathon, where the latter came 10th.

Harold Wood Running Club meet at the 6.30pm Monday to Friday at Harold Wood Neighbourhood Centre.

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