AVR quartet complete the Age UK Exeter 10k Superhero Run

(Left to right) AVR members Lee Moran, Karen Ayre and Rob Collier at the Exeter 10k Superhero Run.Pi

(Left to right) AVR members Lee Moran, Karen Ayre and Rob Collier at the Exeter 10k Superhero Run.Picture AVR - Credit: Archant

Four Axe Valley Runners took on the Age UK Exeter 10k Superhero Run which is part of the Instep series of races, writes Dave Mutter.

It starts and finishes from the Piazza Terracina at Haven Banks. 32nd overall and the first F45 was Karen Eyre in 45:50.

Denise Burgess also completed the run, finishing in 1:17:42. For the men, Lee Moran, competing in his first road 10k for some time, ran a very good 38:09 finishing sixth and second M40. He was closely followed by Rob Collier, who finished seventh and also 2nd M45 in a time of 38:29.

Meanwhile, Ellie Dominey completed the Killerton Duathlon, a run-bike-run sprint of 5k - 20k - 3k, with off-road runs around Killerton grounds and a road bike to Cullompton and back.

There was a strong female field so didn't expect too much and set out conservatively as it was her first multi-sport race since giving birth to her son just four months ago, but was pleased to feel strong throughout and finish as third female, 24th overall in a total time of 1:15:57.

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