West Norfolk club has more than 60 entrants in Sunday's Grand East Anglia Run
As well as those acting as pacers, giving up their own race time opportunities to help other achieve their targets in the Grand East Anglian Run on Sunday, some 60 Ryston Runners were competing themselves.
The club had already hosted several weeks of “Get into GEAR” training sessions, so could sit back and reflect after the event on what an impact its members had had across the board on people’s experience of and success on the day.
James O’Neill (M35) ran a blinder to place second overall/first senior man, completing the 10k course in 33.32.
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