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Lydia Turner: joint fastest women’s time at Durham


Durham University Playing Fields TYNE BRIDGE led all the way to win the senior men’s relay, Les Venmore reports.

Marc Fenwick led on leg one for Tyne Bridge clocking the day’s fastest time. He was followed 18 seconds behind by Dan Jenkin of host club Durham City.

Dave Green and James Dunce extended the Tyne Bridge advantage to 33 seconds at the finish line ahead of Durham, who remained second throughout, with Jarrow & Hebburn, through George Lowry, moving up from sixth to third on the final leg.

Birtley reversed 2015 placings with Gateshead in the women’s race.

Mary Ferrier led for Gateshead on leg one ahead of Chloe Price of Birtley, but Lydia Turner took Birtley into a 45-second lead on leg two. This was the first outing for Turner, the 2014 European junior cross-country bronze medallist, for more than 16 months, having been sidelined through illness. Sophie Burnett extended the advantage on the third leg, with the Gateshead B team finishing third.

Ferrier and Turner shared the fastest time.

Sunderland held off a strong Morpeth challenge to retain the veterans’ trophy. Morpeth, through John Butters, led on leg one before Kevin Jeffress took Sunderland into a 29-second lead on leg two. Chris Smith reduced the deficit to Steve McMahon on the final leg by four seconds, clocking the fastest time.

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About AW - The best coverage of the No.1 Olympic sport

RIO 2016 COVERAGE 6 Introduction and medal table MEN 8 200m 10 1500m 12 5000m 14 3000m s’chase 16 110m hurdles 17 400m hurdles 18 High jump 19 Triple jump 20 Shot put 21 Hammer 22 Javelin 24 Decathlon 26 50km walk 28 Marathon 30 4x100m 31 4x400m WOMEN 34 200m 36 800m 38 1500m 40 5000m 42 100m hurdles 44 400m hurdles 45 High jump 46 Long jump 48 Pole vault 49 Discus 50 Javelin 51 20km walk 52 4x100m 53 4x400m NEWS 56 Chris Thompson’s tribute to Mo Farah 57 Coach tips Andy Butchart for podium 58 Danny Talbot pleased with 2016 60 Jess Judd switches coaches PERFORMANCE 62 Sports science news 64 Athlete Insight – Jake Wightman 66 ‘Overspeed’ training for sprints RESULTS & FIXTURES 68 Results round-up, including Manchester International and BMC Stretford Grand Prix 77 What’s On – fixtures guide REGULARS 82 DIP FINISH

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