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Featured Stories

Many Marathons Returning
This weekend saw a near-record number of marathons reporting results. We're happy to see the continued return to normalcy. Keep running!

Boston Marathon
Kenyans Benson Kipruto and Diana Kipyokei won today's first fall edition of the Boston Marathon here this morning, breaking away in the latter stages of the race to each pocket $, in prize money, the largest first prize in global marathon running this year. Kipruto, 30, from the village of Kapsabet, covered the five kilometers between the 35 and K marks in a blistering to put the race away in Kipyokei, 27, from Iten, fended off late race challenges from two former world champions, Kenya's Edna Kiplagat and Ethiopia's Netsanet Gudeta, to win in Today's race, on the traditional course from Hopkinton to Boston, featured just under 16, starters.
Additional Writeup in process
Complete Searchable Results Here!
Read the Press Release

Chicago Marathon
26, runners participated in the Chicago Marathon in a return to normalcy. Americans finished second in the men's and women's races, just missing the gold medal in each.
Complete Searchable Results Here!
Read the Press Release

London Marathon - 35,+ finishers, top times
Three men ran to sub finish times at the London Marathon, but ultimately it was Sisay Lemma who ended victorious in Vincent Kipchumba finished runner-up in with Mosinet Geremew in third place in In the women's race, five women were together through 21 miles, when two-time defending champion and Olympics Marathon champion Brigid Kosgei fell off the pace, ultimately finishing in fourth place. Joyciline Jepkosgei, with three miles remaining, accelerated and outran her other competitors to be the women's victor in Degitu Azimeraw was runner-up in Ashete Bekere was third in
Recent London Marathon Press Releases

No COVID Cases from Vienna City Marathon
Only in is it news when nothing happens But, it is good news that the Vienna City Marathon - with 18, participants from countries - has announced that two weeks after the event, no COVID cases have been reported in conjunction with the event. As we've all known participating in a running event is safe!
Read the Press Release

Marine Corps Marathon is Cancelled
While most marathons are returning, a few more are cancelling. The latest casualty, the Marine Corps Marathon. The slew of military-service events cancelling seems to be related to a DOD policy and not necessarily the choice of the individual events. This is just too bad.
Read the Press Release

Berlin Marathon - big numbers, fast times
More than 23, runners finished the Berlin Marathon, making it the largest marathon since the pandemic began. Hopefully the success of the event in a country that continues to maintain tough COVID restrictions will give hope to the return of running that is still ongoing.

Women's Olympic Marathon
Peres Jepchirchir took the gold medal at the pandemic-delayed "" "Tokyo" Olympics Marathon (but of course held in in Sapporo). Jepchirchir, a two-time world champion in the half marathon outlasted all other runners to take the win in World record holder, Brigid Kosgei finished with the silver medal in American Molly Seidel finished in third place for the bronze medal being the only other runner to stick with the lead pack to the finish and nearly a minute ahead of the fourth place finisher.
Complete Searchable Results Here!

Men's Olympic Marathon
Eliud Kipchoge proved, again, that he is the most dominant man in marathoning easily winning the gold medal at the / Olympics Marathon in more than a minute ahead of the rest of the field. What is most incredible about Kipchoge's win and time is that he was with the other runners at the 30K split and, running alone, created a separation from the remaining runners in just the last 10K of the race. The silver and bronze medals came down to the final meters as four runners were together to vie for the final two podium spots. Ultimately, two training partners took the silver and bronze with Abdi Nageeye, running for the Netherlands, finishing second in and Bashir Abdi, Belarus, finishing with the bronze medal in Lawrence Cherono of Kenya missed a medal by just two seconds while finishing fourth.
Complete Searchable Results Here!

Weekend Results
USA/Canada Results | International Results

USA and Canada Results

Bank of America Chicago Marathon - Oct 10 - Chicago, IL
Seifu Tura Abdiwak, of Ethiopia, was the winner of the Chicago Marathon in Galen Rupp of was second in Eric Kiptanui, of Kenya, was third in
In the women's race, Ruth Chepngetich, of Kenya, was first in Emma Bates of was second in Sara Hall of was third in
Complete Searchable Results Here!

Boston Marathon - Oct 11 - Boston, MA
Benson Kipruto, of Kenya, was the winner of the Boston Marathon in Lemi Berhanu, of Ethiopia, was second in Jemal Yimer, of Ethiopia, was third in
In the women's race, Diana Kipyokei, of Kenya, was first in Edna Kiplagat, of Kenya, was second in Mary Ngugi, of Kenya, was third in
Complete Searchable Results Here!

Baltimore Marathon - Oct 9 - Baltimore, MD
Jeremy Ardanuy, 28 of Baltimore, was the winner of the Baltimore Marathon in Jordan Tropf, 29 of Silver Spring, was second in Michael Heimes, 43 of Reading, was third in
In the women's race, Joanna Hayes, 35 of Dillsburg, was first in Mikka Macdonald, 27 of Washington, was second in Rosie Blair, 28 of Philadelphia, was third in
Complete Searchable Results Here!

Long Beach Marathon - Oct 10 - Long Beach, CA
Kenneth Richardson, 42 of Ogden UT, was the winner of the Long Beach Marathon in Nicholas Spector, 29 of Costa Mesa CA, was second in Nate Clayson, 35 of Saratoga Springs UT, was third in
In the women's race, Bonnie Axman Keating, 36 of San Diego CA, was first in Payton Golwas, 21 of San Luis Obispo CA, was second in Jenna Crawford, 30 of Huntington Beach CA, was third in
Complete Searchable Results Here!

Eversource Hartford Marathon - Oct 9 - Hartford, CT
Alex Norstrom, 25 of Coventry CT, was the winner of the Hartford Marathon in Jason Ayr, 34 of Philadelphia PA, was second in Andrew Mccann, 33 of Westerly RI, was third in
In the women's race, Christine Myers, 23 of Altamont NY, was first in Jenna Gigliotti, 28 of Amherst MA, was second in Lauren Ross, 30 of Portland OR, was third in
Complete Searchable Results Here!

Catalina Marathon - Oct 9 - Catalina Island, CA
Patrick Fernandez, 34 of La Verne CA, was the winner of the Catalina Marathon in Jeff Creighton, 58 of Encinitas CA, was second in Andrew Simpson, 37 of Idyllwild CA, was third in
In the women's race, Melissa Dellatorre, 29 of Los Angeles CA, was first in Jennifer Mendez, 49 of Carbondale CO, was second in Rachel Heiss, 37 of Los Angeles CA, was third in
Complete Searchable Results Here!

Mohawk-Hudson River Marathon - Oct 10 - Albany, NY
Dylan Gearinger, 24 of Berwick PA, was the winner of the Mohawk-Hudson River Marathon in Scott Mindel, 35 of Burlington MA, was second in Joshua Kalapos, 23 of Somerville MA, was third in
In the women's race, Jenny Goswami, 37 of Gladwyne PA, was first in Karen Bertasso-hughes, 37 of Selkirk NY, was second in Stephanie Popovitch, 24 of Round Lake NY, was third in
Complete Searchable Results Here!

Amica Insurance Newport Marathon (formerly the Breakers Marathon) - Oct 10 - Newport, RI
Jeremy Winter, 30, was the winner of the Newport Marathon (formerly the Breakers Marathon) in Connor Buchholz, 28, was second in Cain Hassim, 24, was third in
In the women's race, Olivia Maeder, 24, was first in Stephanie Hunt, 38, was second in Natalie Walz, 41, was third in
Complete Searchable Results Here!

Memorial Medical Center WhistleStop Marathon - Oct 9 - Ashland, WI
Jakob Wartman, 35 of Duluth MN, was the winner of the WhistleStop Marathon in Kendall Hill, 23 of Duluth MN, was second in Braden Richardson, 36 of Byron MN, was third in
In the women's race, Emma Cameron, 29 of Madison WI, was first in Melissa Goble, 38 of Brainerd MN, was second in Susan Drache, 27 of Duluth MN, was third in
Complete Searchable Results Here!

Prairie Fire Wichita Marathon - Oct 10 - Wichita, KS
Rob Hays, 55 of Topeka KS, was the winner of the Prairie Fire Wichita Marathon in Logan Jones, 31 of Wichita KS, was second in Bradley Kramer, 39 of Leawood KS, was third in
In the women's race, Megan Smyth, 37 of Dallas TX, was first in Jeanne Bennett, 47 of Tulsa OK, was second in Zanae Pray, 34 of Wichita KS, was third in
Complete Searchable Results Here!

Towpath Marathon - Oct 10 - Cleveland/Akron Area, OH
Jeremy Swenson was the winner of the Towpath Marathon in Michael Faber was second in Andrew Zgrabik was third in
In the women's race, Amanda Jamil was first in Michelle Rzeszutek was second in Lyla Graham was third in
Complete Searchable Results Here!

Whiskeydaddle Races - Barrel Marathon (formerly the Peoria Marathon) - Oct 10 - Peoria, IL
Adam White, 45 of Washington IL, was the winner of the Whiskeydaddle Races - Barrel Marathon (formerly the Peoria Marathon) in Ethan Zeman, 42 of Brimfield IL, was second in David Johnson, 40 of Suitland-silver Hill MD, was third in
In the women's race, Julia Adams, 38 of Peoria IL, was first in Amanda Parker, 39 of Dunlap IL, was second in Nicole Burk, 36 of Dunlap IL, was third in
Complete Searchable Results Here!

Layton Marathon - Oct 9 - Syracuse, UT
Ben Johnson, 22 of Logan UT, was the winner of the Layton Marathon in Kyle Reini, 29 of Eagle Mountain UT, was second in George Orr, 53 of Holladay UT, was third in
In the women's race, Justine Weston, 30 of Salt Lake City UT, was first in Hannah Stedge, 35 of Ogden UT, was second in Heather Sugimoto, 48 of Hooper UT, was third in
Complete Searchable Results Here!

Valley Harvest Marathon - Oct 10 - Wolfville, NS, Canada
David Holder, of Bedford NS, was the winner of the Valley Harvest Marathon in Wade Were, of Dartmouth NS, was second in Matthias Mueller, of Lower Sackville NS, was third in
In the women's race, Lisa Holmes, of Beaver Bank NS, was first in Lavinia Carreau, of Lower Truro NS, was second in Janet Hawkins, of Halifax NS, was third in
Complete Searchable Results Here!

Prescott YMCA Whiskey Row Marathon - Oct 9 - Prescott, AZ
Adam Folts, 34 of Prescott AZ, was the winner of the Whiskey Row Marathon in Carl Zapfe, 26 of Tucson AZ, was second in Gene Seymour, 38 of Tucson AZ, was third in
In the women's race, Jessica Clark, 35 of Prescott AZ, was first in Mary Bowen, 29 of Denver CO, was second in Kate Mcadams, 33 of Littleton CO, was third in
Complete Searchable Results Here!

Sanford Bemidji Blue Ox Marathon - Oct 9 - Bemidji, MN
Anthony Fagundes, 31 of Fair Oaks CA, was the winner of the Bemidji Blue Ox Marathon in Brandon Lee, 40 of West Fargo ND, was second in Dave Haglin, 40 of Duluth MN, was third in
In the women's race, Amanda Blair, 31 of Grand Forks ND, was first in Amy Will, 34 of Warren MN, was second in Amanda Reynolds, 36 of Pineville NC, was third in
Complete Searchable Results Here!

Spokane Series Marathon - Oct 10 - Spokane, WA
Joe Marek, 38 of Spokane WA, was the winner of the Spokane Series Marathon in Christian Kuplack, 20 of Spokane WA, was second in Joel Mott, 22 of Spokane WA, was third in
In the women's race, Chelsey Grassfield, 31 of Chicago IL, was first in Megan Marion, 33 of Cheney WA, was second in Tessa Lucero, 57 of Santa Clarita CA, was third in
Complete Searchable Results Here!

Mystery Mountain Marathon - Oct 10 - Chatsworth, GA
Results and Writeup as we get them in.

Arkansas Marathon - Oct 9 - Booneville, AR
Results and Writeup as we get them in.

Kings Mountain Marathon - Oct 9 - Clover, SC
Josh Stone, 31 of Taylorsville NC, was the winner of the Kings Mountain Marathon in Philip Mintac, 36 of Charlotte NC, was second in Anthony Burgess, 28 of Columbus GA, was third in
In the women's race, Liz Jackson, 52 of Burlington NC, was first in Kelley Fejes, 47 of Columbia SC, was second in Kaela Swanson, 24 of Fort Mill SC, was third in
Complete Searchable Results Here!

AIB International Little Apple Marathon - Oct 9 - Manhattan, KS
Abdullah Al Ali, 32 of Manhattan KS, was the winner of the Little Apple Marathon in Eric Smith, 39 of Topeka KS, was second in Eric Morin, 34 of Manhattan KS, was third in
In the women's race, Elizabeth Hurst, 35 of Platte City MO, was first in Magdeline Anderson, 23 of Saint Peter MN, was second in Leighann Long, 36 of Abilene KS, was third in
Complete Searchable Results Here!

Rockaway Marathon - Oct 9 - Rockaway Beach, NY
Unknown Runner was the winner of the Rockaway Marathon in Matthew Shores, 37, was second in Lucas Sidle was third in
In the women's race, Neera Jokitalo, 29, was first in Stephanie Strauss, 32, was second in Caroline Tarantino, 27, was third in
Complete Searchable Results Here!

Escalante Canyons Marathon - Oct 9 - Escalante, UT
Martin Oconnell, 25, was the winner of the Escalante Canyons Marathon in Tyler Smith, 24, was second in Mark Moehling, 33, was third in
In the women's race, Morgan Chidester, 24, was first in Lindsey Wood, 26, was second in Zoe Flavin, 26, was third in
Complete Searchable Results Here!

Trapline Marathon - Oct 10 - Happy Valley-Goose Bay, NF, Canada
Results and Writeup in process.

NJ Trail Series One Day Marathon - Oct 9 - Augusta, NJ
Monte Bradford, 60, was the winner of the NJ Trail Series One Day Marathon in Robert Toonkel, 46, was second in Frank Fumich, 53, was third in
In the women's race, Sarah Carson, 20, was first in Tracey Newenhouse, 60, was second in Selvi Karuppaswamy, 51, was third in
Complete Searchable Results Here!

Boulderthon Marathon - Oct 10 - Boulder, CO
Mike Binder, 34 of Erie CO, was the winner of the Boulderthon Marathon in Chris Gombeski, 35 of Denver CO, was second in Gryphon Ketterling, 23 of Broomfield CO, was third in
In the women's race, Anke Schoettle, 25 of Denver CO, was first in Taylor Redlin, 24 of Denver CO, was second in Natalia Crawford, 46 of Eriw CO, was third in
Complete Searchable Results Here!

International Results

Muenchen (Munich) Marathon - Oct 10 - Munich, Germany
Alexander Hirschhauser of Germany was the winner of the Munich Marathon in Anthony Tomsich of Germany was second in Philipp Baar of Germany was third in
In the women's race, Corinna Harrer of Germany was first in Isabel Leibfried of Germany was second in Andrea Meier, of Switzerland, was third in
Read the Press Release

Asics Greater Manchester Marathon - Oct 10 - Manchester, United Kingdom
Lewis Gamble-thompson was the winner of the Greater Manchester Marathon in Matthew Watson was second in Kieran Walker was third in
In the women's race, Hannah Price was first in Katie Sloane was second in Luisa Candioli was third in
Complete Searchable Results Here!

Sunshine Coast Marathon - Oct 10 - Sunshine Coast, Australia
Isaias Beyn was the winner of the Sunshine Coast Marathon in Wayne Spies was second in Kieren Perkins was third in
In the women's race, Riine Ringi was first in Roxie Fraser was second in Carol Robertson was third in
Complete Searchable Results Here!

Eden Project Marathon - Oct 10 - Bodelva, United Kingdom
Luke Grenfell-shaw was the winner of the Eden Project Marathon in Martin Dawson was second in Steve Reynolds was third in
In the women's race, Pippa Ebel was first in Lucy Williams was second in Emma Langstaff was third in
Complete Searchable Results Here!

Isle of Wight Marathon - Oct 10 - Isle of Wight, United Kingdom
Nick Fisher was the winner of the Isle of Wight Marathon in Matthew Jobson was second in Alistair Watson was third in
In the women's race, Emilia Enqvist was first in Hayley Baxter was second in Natasha Colebrook was third in
Complete Searchable Results Here!

Ascot Park Hotel Southland Festival of Running Marathon - Oct 10 - Invercargill, New Zealand
Craig Iverson, 46, was the winner of the Southland Festival of Running Marathon in Jerome Lagumbay, 33, was second in John Wallace, 50, was third in
In the women's race, Virginia Pile, 29, was first in Bobi-rose Leatherby, 34, was second in Rebecca Edgecombe, 52, was third in
Complete Searchable Results Here!

Sparkasse 3-Laender-Marathon - Oct 10 - Bregenz, Germany
Isaac Toroitich Kosgei, of Kenya, was the winner of the 3-Laender-Marathon in Raphael Josef, of Switzerland, was second in Mathias Nuesch, of Switzerland, was third in
In the women's race, Katharina Kaiser of Germany was first in Janine Karajan of Germany was second in Marianne Adler of Germany was third in

Brocken Marathon - Oct 9 - Brocken, Germany
Thomas Kuhlmann was the winner of the Brocken Marathon in Martin Ahlburg was second in Paul Weinmann was third in
In the women's race, Franziska Kranich was first in Katharina Kleczek was second in Mandy Giesecke was third in

Spar Budapest Marathon - Oct 10 - Budapest, Hungary
Peter Nagy, of Budapest Hungary, was the winner of the Budapest Marathon in Benedek Kaposi, of Szeged Hungary, was second in Peter Simon, of Szeged Hungary, was third in
In the women's race, Anna Borisenko, of Moscow Russian Federation, was first in Anne Sophie Krog Pedersen, of Kobenhavn Sv Denmark, was second in Kristina Megyeri, of Budapest Hungary, was third in

Buenos Aires Marathon - Oct 10 - Buenos Aires, Argentina
Hector Garibay Floreso of Argentina was the winner of the Buenos Aires Marathon in David Prudencio Rodriguez of Argentina was second in Ulises Pedro Sanguinetti of Argentina was third in
In the women's race, Florencia Borelli of Argentina was first in Karina Natalia Fuentealba of Argentina was second in Maria Del Carmen Arguello of Argentina was third in

ASML Eindhoven Marathon - Oct 10 - Eindhoven, Netherlands
Silas Too, of Kenya, was the winner of the Eindhoven Marathon in Martin Kosgey, of Kenya, was second in Timothy Kiplagat Ronoh, of Kenya, was third in
In the women's race, Bregje Smits, of Eindhoven Netherlands, was first in Wendy Lenaert, of Mol Belgium, was second in Marieke Van Der Vegt, of Nijverdal Netherlands, was third in

Innogy Essen Marathon - Oct 10 - Essen, Germany
Rok Puhar of Germany was the winner of the Essen Marathon in Jan Hense of Germany was second in Joseph Katib of Germany was third in
In the women's race, Kristina Hendel of Germany was first in Marit Bergmann of Germany was second in Nele Alde-baerens of Germany was third in

Goteborg Marathon - Oct 9 - Göteborg, Sweden
Writeup as we get them in.

Kleine Zeitung Graz Marathon - Oct 10 - Graz, Austria
Charles Juma Ndiema, of Kenya, was the winner of the Graz Marathon in Joel Kipkenei Melly, of Kenya, was second in Onesmus Kiplagat, of Kenya, was third in
In the women's race, Eniko Molnar, of Hungary, was first in Evi Streilhofer of Austria was second in Ines Price of Austria was third in

Leiden Marathon - Oct 10 - Leiden, Netherlands
Maikel Stolwijk of Netherlands was the winner of the Leiden Marathon in Jesse Van Burg of Netherlands was second in Philip Wong of Netherlands was third in
In the women's race, Verena Vogt, of Germany, was first in Leone De Voogd of Netherlands was second in Lisa Duijvestijn of Netherlands was third in

Marathon des Sables - Oct 10 - Ouarazazate, Morocco
Writeup as we get them in.

Marathon Metz Mirabelle - Oct 10 - Metz, France
Cedric Lefevre was the winner of the Marathon Metz Mirabelle in Nicolas Fenot was second in Cedric Dabit was third in
In the women's race, Latifa Mokhtari was first in Lorène Moriceau was second in Virginie Schmaltz was third in

Reims Marathon - Oct 10 - Reims, France
Julien Sicard, 34, was the winner of the Reims Marathon in Elio Garnier, 28, was second in Julien Chartier, 42, was third in
In the women's race, Brigitte Martigny, 46, was first in Celine Schneider, 46, was second in Sabrina Barkati, 38, was third in

Schwarzwald Marathon - Oct 10 - Braeunlingen, Germany
Frtiz Cook was the winner of the Schwarzwald Marathon in Nils Schallner was second in Simon Khun was third in
In the women's race, Stephanie Doll was first in Katrin Kongeter was second in Ann-katrin Hellstern was third in

Wizz Air Sofia Marathon - Oct 10 - Sofia, Bulgaria
Duncan Koech of Bulgaria was the winner of the Sofia Marathon in Mohamed Chabout of Bulgaria was second in Ahmet Alkanoglu of Bulgaria was third in
In the women's race, Erdal Tubay of Bulgaria was first in Militsa Mircheva of Bulgaria was second in Lilian Jelagat of Bulgaria was third in

Stockholm Marathon - Oct 9 - Stockholm, Sweden
Fikadu Teferi, of Ethiopia, was the winner of the Stockholm Marathon in James Kiplagat, of Kenya, was second in Ronald Korir, of Kenya, was third in
In the women's race, Atalel Anmut, of Ethiopia, was first in Carolina Wikstrom of Sweden was second in Charlotta Fougberg of Sweden was third in

Zagreb Marathon & Half Marathon - Oct 10 - Zagreb, Croatia
Ivan Dracar, of Zagreb Croatia, was the winner of the Zagreb Marathon & Half Marathon in Petar Bratulic, of Zagreb Croatia, was second in Kristijan Rubinic, of Jastrebarsko Croatia, was third in
In the women's race, Tea Faber, of Dubrovnik Croatia, was first in Silvia Simunovic, of Zagreb Croatia, was second in Ines Jozic, of Slavonski Brod Croatia, was third in

Vantaa Marathon - Oct 9 - Vantaa, Finland
Writeup as we get them in.

Older News

Alberto Salazar Canceled
Alberto Salazar is being removed from the New York Road Runners' Hall of Fame. Salazar was a three-time winner of the New York City Marathon () and the winner of the Boston Marathon among other achievements (including winning the Comrade's Marathon). In recent years, Salazar has been sanctioned for alleged doping offenses in regard to the athletes he has coached and is under a four-year ban from coaching. Ironically, Salazar was believed to have set a world record in the marathon at the New York City Marathon, but post-race the course was remeasured and found to be short meaning Salazar's records did not stand - ironic in that Salazar's world record was effectively canceled in New York as his membership in the NYRR Hall of Fame is now canceled.
Read the Press Release

Return from COVID or Not Gold Coast Marathon promises and then is canceled
Just a month before its scheduled date, the Gold Coast Marathon announced it expected to be the largest-ever marathon held in Australia as pent-up demand led it to have the largest field in its history. We were excited to see a return to running, but excitement has turned to disappointment as just days before the race, the event announced that a three-day lockdown due to COVID issues was being enforced by the Queensland Government (where the event is located) meaning that the event would be canceled.
Read the Cancellation Press Release
Read the Original Press Release

USA Olympic Marathon Trials Marathon!
The USA's Marathon Team for the Olympics is now set! In a great Olympic Trials Marathon, on a hilly and windy course, three men and three women distinguished themselves above all others to make the Olympic team. Galen Rupp again proved himself to be one of the best American Marathoners ever by winning his second consecutive Marathon Trials race with his run. Jacob Riley, back from injuries, ran a personal best to finish runner-up. Abdi Abdirahman, at 43 years of age, made his fifth OLympics team and set a USA Masters record with a finish.
The women: Aliphine Tuliamuk showed bravery to bust apart the pack and push the pace to win in Molly Seidel stuck with Tuliamuk and finished second in - an amazing feat considering this was her debut marathon and she was competing against many many seasoned marathoners. Sally Kipyego, newly an American, finished third in
Post-Race Writeups:
- Men's Race
- Women's Race
Also, read our "As It Happens" real-time notes from the race - the best available mile-by-mile recap anywhere
And Still Up - All of the Stats and Pre-Race Information:
As fans of American distance running, our favorite day of every four years is the Olympic Trials Marathon. This event showcases the best of the best of the current crop of America's road runners. Wow.
And, to get the best information - for anything marathoning, but especially for this event - you must come to MarathonGuide.com.
On this website:
- Coverage Home Page
- Information about qualifying and the qualifiers
(on those pages all qualifiers showing who has declared and registered, as well as lists ordered by race quality, qualifying races, runner homes and runner colleges!
- Men's Start Lists
- Women's Start Lists
- Men's Preview
- Women's Preview
- Mens's Trials History (all races since )
- Women's Trials History (all races since )

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Nuneaton Foodbank 'deeply concerned' over Universal Credit cut impact on 12, claimants

Nuneaton Foodbank says it is 'deeply concerned' about the impact of the £20 a week cut to Universal Credit payments on the thousands who rely on it.

During the lockdown period alone, between April and March , 4, people, of which 1, were children, needed emergency food parcels from the local foodbank.

This was during the period when the £20 uplift in Universal Credit was in place, now that it has been cut, David Stanier, Foodbank Manager of Nuneaton Foodbank, fears many more people will need help to put food on the table.

Read more Nuneaton news here

More than 12, people in Nuneaton claim Universal Credit, according to latest figures for August

Department for Work and Pensions figures for Nuneaton show that in August , 5, people were claiming Universal Credit, and by February this was at 7, people.

This rose to 12, people in August - which shows a 78 per cent rise between February and August

Rising numbers needing Universal Credit, combined with the uplift cut, could lead to even more turning to the foodbank.

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'Everyone in our community should have enough money for the essentials'

While calling for the government to reinstate the £20 uplift, Mr Stanier stressed that if people struggle to feed themselves or their families, there are there to help.

“We know what a difficult time this is for many people in the Nuneaton area," he said.

"If you are struggling to afford the basics, we will do everything we can to provide support. But charities shouldn’t need to provide emergency food because people don’t have enough money for something as vital as food. Everyone in our community should have enough money for the essentials."

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He went on: "The UK government must choose to protect people when they need support, not cut them adrift. That’s why we’re backing calls for them to urgently reinstate £20 a week to Universal Credit. Social security must be strong enough for all of us to rely on when we need a lifeline – because, as the pandemic has shown us, life is full of things we can’t plan for."

How you can support the foodbank

The foodbank has a shopping list of the most-needed items in the warehouse and they are:

Food items

  • Small jars of coffee
  • Long life Milk
  • Tinned Meat
  • Tinned Vegetables
  • Tinned Tomatoes
  • Tinned Potatoes
  • Instant Mash
  • Fruit juice/Squash
  • Tinned Fruit

Toiletries and kitchen items

  • Washing-up Liquid
  • Washing powder
  • Male and Female Deodorant
  • Shower Gel
  • Toilet Roll
  • Nappies size 5/6

How you can help

Anyone who would like to help can make a donation at collection points at Nuneaton Asda, Sainsburys, Attleborough Co-op, Galley Common Co-op, Bulkington Co-op, Yorkshire Bank and Dunelm Mill.

Items can also be dropped off at the Nuneaton Foodbank warehouse in Priory Street, which is open to receive donations of packaged food on Mondays, Tuesday and Thursdays from 9am to am.

Cash donations can be made direct to the Foodbank to help pay towards food and this has proved to be a popular and welcome help to the foodbank.

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FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live) - A West Fargo Parent and member of their city commission is calling the school district’s COVID protocols into question after attempting to call her daughter out sick.

Mandy George said that when she attempted to tell the school her daughter would be out with a stomachache and headache, she was automatically added to the school’s screener, which would require her to be tested for COVID, stay out of school for 10 days, or get an alternate diagnosis from a doctor.

“It was basically a little tummy-ache. She wasn’t puking. It was nothing." George Said over a zoom interview, "It was minor. It never would have crossed my mind that they would put her on a COVID list.”

The screening tool has been in place since the beginning of the school year, and includes symptoms that show whether or not the student should come to school. Nausea and Headaches are both listed in the symptoms that would require a student to stay home.

When asked about the experience George said, “I just think the policy is over the top. I get that we have to protect families, have to protect teachers, I get it. If she had a fever and I genuinely thought she was sick, I understand it. Do the 2-week quarantine in that situation. I understand. But to have such ridiculously minor issues and for them to put her on a COVID list, that’s what I found really frustrating and infuriating.”

George went on to say that this incident has made her question whether or not she wants to report symptoms to the school in the future.

“I would not feel comfortable telling the school the truth the next time around." George said, "If she’s going to be quarantined and not able to go to school for 10 days and put on a COVID list for a little bit of a stomach ache, I’ll be honest I’m not going to tell the school.”

We reached out to West Fargo Public Schools who told us via email that they are by no means saying that any individual who does not pass the screening tool has COVID, they are just taking precautions to protect student and anyone they may come in contact with. They would not talk to us on camera about this particular issue.

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Nuneaton sports club's new pavilion plan set for green light

A new pavilion at a popular Nuneaton club is set to be given the green light.

It is being recommended that the new venture at Ambleside Sports and Social Club is allowed to go ahead.

This is despite some objections from residents who live nearby.

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As we reported in our newsletter, the club unveiled incredible expansion plans - including the new pavilion, earlier this year.

The pavilion itself would also be used by youngsters, including through the launch of two new youth clubs - one for youngsters and one for older children.

But the plans have not been welcomed by all.

Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council received 19 objections from 11 addresses about the pavilion proposal, which will be built next to the existing under 5s football pitch and will overlap some of the pitch itself.

The objections included noise pollution, questions about whether the building would overlook houses, concerns about when the building would be used, and fears that it will overshadow nearby bungalows.

Sport England was consulted as the development technically sees the loss of some ‘playing field’ although replaced with a pavilion for sporting purposes.

Sport England initially objected to the application but, following some amended plans and additional information, it removed its objection on the condition that a replacement playing field is made available before the pavilion is built.

Why the council says it should be approved

According to a report to the council's planning committee, planners believe that concerns raised by residents can be allayed.

A condition attached to the proposal being given the go-ahead would include adding an extra five car parking spaces on the site.

The proposed pavilion will be located around 40m from the nearest residential garden. There are no concerns over loss of light or privacy with the pavilion being set so far away from the boundary and facing away from the residential gardens.

In relation to noise concerns, Environmental Health requested a condition relating to preventing amplified sound, and this has been agreed with the applicant.

Final decision

Planning committee members are due to make a final decision on whether to give the plan the green light.

The meeting is being held on Tuesday, October 12 at 6pm at the Town Hall.

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