Having qualified for the Final by virtue of their performance in the semi final last month, a great team performance by the RPAC young athletes saw them finish in fifth place.

Special congratulations go to Jack Timbrell who was third boy overall, and to Eva Peters and Shakila Keable who were seventh and ninth girl respectively. 

Nearly all our competitors improved their score over the semi finals and out of the twelve who took part, no fewer than eight were awarded the Gold Award which is a great achievement!

As eight of the team are still in year five (or below!), this makes their performance even more impressive. They will have the opportunity to return for next year's competition with every chance of even greater success!

Royal Parks Half Marathon, 8th October 2017

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