The popularity of the Cottenham Fun Run continues to grow with 164 runners in the main race which was a great success and raised £1,000 for good causes in the Fen Edge patch. The results are in and can be viewed here
A total of 67 runners completed the mini fun-run.
The morning was bright and sunny and thankfully the hailstorm forecast before the race didn’t materialise, but it was windy and very chilly.
First home was Finn Johnson (now the winner for the fourth year in a row) with a time of 22 minutes 55 seconds. And it was congratulations all round in the Johnson family with two category wins and two category places. Special mentions must also go to secondary boys, Tom Bridger and Alfie Pipe, who came 2nd and 4th respectively, within the complete field.
Congratulations to all competitors, for a great achievement.
Once again we are indebted to Malary Ltd waste recycling solutions for their sponsorship and ever generous support and we would also like to thank all the volunteers who helped with race registration, the volunteer stewards for keeping the runners safe and on track, Cottenham Scouts for the timekeeping and of course main race organiser Martyn Leeks, ably supported this year by Mark Hurworth, and junior run organiser Rebecca Cole.
Check out the great photos by David Bradley and Richard Gymer on our Facebook page.
All proceeds will be donated to good causes in the Fen Edge patch. Details of awards will be announced on the FECA website.
Photographs courtesy of David Bradley – see more here