Fast field lining up for Bristol

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The Bristol 10k, that is the third race in the runbritain Grand Prix takes place on 31 May and has already attracted a super-fast field!

Early elite entries in the men's competition include John Beattie (handicap -4.9) who is currently sitting second on the table with 349 points and just one point behind Ian Kimpton (handicap -4.8) )and the men's 2011 and 2013 overall Grand Prix winners: Phil Wicks (handicap -4.2) and Nicholas Torry (handicap -4.1)

The women's competition is also stacking up nicely with registrations from the winner of last year's Grand PrixEmma Stepto (handicap -0.9);  Rachel Felton (handicap 0.1)  who finished 3rd last year and Olympian, Mara Yamauchi (handicap 5.6) who, at 41, is now looking to claim masters' titles.

Also looking for titles and world best times in the masters' categories are' Martin Rees (handicap -0.9) who will aim to run the fastest ever 10k for a 62 year old at the Bristol 10k and Andrew Green (handicap -2.3), who currently holds the world best for a 52 year old.

To enter the Bristol 10k click here.

There are discounts for club members who want to do a block booking. Please click here.

Places are reserved for elite athletes. Guide times: Men sub 31.30 mins, Women sub 35.30 (but we may also consider requests from up-and-coming young athletes). Please send a brief CV with your recent achievements and PB’s setting out your case for being given a reserved place to our race administration service who will pass your request on to Bud Baldaro for consideration.
Click here to email your request to bristol@frsystems.co.uk