Manchester Marathon, Lincoln 10km and Bungay

Action packed weekend for Ryston Runners. With PBs and Medals won at Lincoln and Bunday 10km, Manchester Marathon, as well a Ryston taking part in a 10km in Hawai. 
Manchester Marathon
Ryton Runners athletes kicked off Marathon Season with a bang. 
There was PB's galore. Confirmed PB's so far are as follows; Will Honeybone who was the third Ryston home in a time of 3:02:27 (7min PB TBC), Shaun Mann ran 3:12:01 (8 min PB TBC), Amy Chapman ran 3:28:08, Mel Reed ran 3:32:57 (6 min PB TBC), Mark Doughty ran 3:33:31 (25 min PB TBC), Julia Norman ran 3:45:06 (6 min PB TBC)
Juliette Meek dipped under 4 hours for the first time to run 3:59:34 (2 min PB)
The first Ryston home was Matthew Allen who ran 2:49:53 off a blistering first half marathon (1:18:10).
Also running was Simon Able (3.00.47), Warren Armstrong (3:16:55), Ian Milburn (3:21:32) Terry Leake (3:24:48) Stephan Harris (3:38:22) Eamonn McCusker (3:42.38) Jeremy Navrady (3:49:10).
Lincoln 10km
Often known as a quick 10km Course, Lincoln 10km did not disapoint again this year. 
Jane Ashby won her age group with a time of 50:09.
Matt Pyatt was 12th in a new personal best time of 32:58. Darren Easter also set a new PB with a time of 37:29.
Full set of results of the Ryston Athletes who took part are below.
Matt Pyatt 12 th 32.58 PB
Darren Easter 65th 37.29 (4th Age Cat)
Martin Heeley 42.52
Lisa Pyatt 44.54
Paul Carter 45.02
John Bowen 46.38
Martin Blackburn 48.26
Jane Ashby 50.09 (1st Age Cat)
Bungay 10km
There was more 10km success today, this time at the Bungay 10km. Lorena Latisaite was the second female home in a time of 42 minutes. Dan Pratt was the first M40 in a time of 40:30. Also running was Adam Howard in 41:39. Very good times for a hilly course with Off Road Sections.
Bungay Half Marathon
Liz Blakey and pete Johnson ran half marathon at Bungay we are awaiting confirmation of their performances.
Ford Island 10km (Honolulu, Hawaii)
Richard Watson mid honeymoon took part in the Ford Island 10km in Hawaii. Battling the sun and wind Richard was happy with his time and position of 34th in 43:21.