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The Revival of the Marazion 10k

We were so thrilled to resurrect the Marazion 10K for the first time since 2015, and even some horrible weather couldn’t dampen our excitement on the day.

Over 300 runners took on the route, which is a single loop, left-turn race starting below Trevenna Square in Marazion. The race has 131m of elevation – which is basically flat in Cornish terms – with a slightly inconvenient hill up to the finish, but we wouldn’t want to make things too easy!

Peter Le Grice from Bristol and West AC was first man home, followed by Dave Angell in second, and John McWilliams in third, both from Mile High running club. First woman was Jo Temple from Truro Running Club, with Zelah Morrall of Cornwall AC in second, and Sarah Reel from Falmouth Running Club in third.

The race entrants from Hayle also had a very successful event with men’s teams coming in first and third places. In first place were Neil Hayhurst, Sean Bradbury, Jon Eldon, Paul Gough, Liam O’Neill, and Ian Earles; while Craig Underhill, Andrew Ellis, Charles Simpson, Johnathan Billing, Santino Magion, and Richard Collier made up the team in third place. The Hayle women’s team came in second and comprised Melissa Nicholas, Andrea Simmons, Kelly Bills, Alison Thomas, Jennifer Buckland, and Helen Knowles.

  • Melissa Nicholas – Women 19-34 – 3rd
  • Andrea Simmons – Women 65-69 – 1st
  • Neil Hayhurst – Men 40-44 – 1st
  • Paul Gough – Men 50-54 – 3rd
  • Jon Eldon – Men 60-64 – 1st
  • Martin Curtis – Men 75-79 – 2nd

“The Marazion 10k was last ran in 2015, so to bring back this local favourite race was a great privilege for the club. We’re even more excited that for next year, the Marazion 10k will be part of the Cornwall Road Running Grand Prix Series.

We do however want to apologise to the 315 runners that had to endure the 40mph gusty headwinds on the final hill. We generally don’t make a habit of organising that bit.”

Richard Collett
Club Chairman

Huge thanks to everybody who joined us yesterday, whether as participants, supporters, or volunteers. This race wouldn’t have been possible without all of you.