Fabulous PB for Joel

Jason Potter, Terry Emmett, Matt Orsman, Adrian Strawbridge and Joel Seward took part last Thursday’s evening 5km event along Exeter Quay which was successfully organised by City Runs.

Joel Seward was the first AVR home, 16th overall in a new P.B. of 17:15. Terry Emmett was just behind Joel in 18th spot with a very fast time of 17:17. Matt Orsman was 30th, 17:52 and in his debut race Adrian Strawbridge finished 65th place with a very impressive 20:20. Jason Potter was 67th with a time of 20:26.

Westcountry Flat 50 Mile Ultra

On Saturday Amie and Tim Sibley plus Rob Collier took on the Albion Running organised Westcountry Flat 50 mile ultra which was actually 52 miles and had 1,800 feet of climb!

Starting in Taunton the route follows the canal to Bridgwater and then the River Parrett to the coast. Then heading west along the coastline with a slight inland diversion around Hinckley Point before returning to the coast. Another inland diversion through East /West Quantoxhead returning to the coast at Watchet and finishing in Minehead.

This was the first attempt at 50 miles for all 3 runners, some 20 miles further than they’d run before. Rob had a couple of navigational issues and ended up running 53 miles but still managed to finish 6th in 8 hours 37 minutes. Tim and Amie Sibley really enjoyed the variety of scenic views that Somerset has to offer and were pleased to complete the event together in 13 hours and 56 minutes.




The 2022 Grizzly will take place on Sunday 6 March 2022.  There will be a full (c20mile) and Cub (c9mile) race as usual.  
Entries will open around September time this year with the number of entries into each race to be confirmed.  
Please keep an eye on the Facebook page:   Facebook.com/grizzly2022 or the website for updates and details of when entries will open.
A reminder that, sadly, there will be no Grizzly this year (2021). 

1st Place for Patrick!

Patrick Devine-Wright took 1st place in the 2021 East Devon Round ultra-marathon trail race, finishing the distance of about 100km with approximately 3000m of climb in 11 hours and 46 minutes. A friendly yet challenging event, the route included local highlights such as Danes Hill above Dalwood, the Unde