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A record 5,512 runners ran the fourth Run Norwich. Despite early morning temperatures clocking in at 23 degrees, both the male and female course records were broken. Making it a hat trick of victories was Nick Earl (30:49), while City of Norwich AC clubmate Dani Nimmock set a new benchmark of 35.03.
Weather: Sunny, 23° | Finishers: 5,512 | Race starter: Wes Hoolahan & Russell Martin | Male winner: Nick Earl | Female winner: Danielle Nimmock | Winning time: 30:49 (CR) | Full race report here
Glorious blue skies and crowd-filled streets formed the majestic backdrop to the third Run Norwich, as a record 4,875 runners took to the course. At the front, and in the absence of two-time champions Nick Earl and Tracy Barlow, Michael Kallenberg set a blisteringly quick course record (31:12), while Emma Risbey finished first in the women’s race.
Weather: Sunny, 18° | Finishers: 4,875 | Race starter: Grant Holt | Male winner: Michael Kallenberg | Female winner: Emma Risbey | Winning time: 31:12 (CR) | Full race report here
Hot, sweaty, but such fun! On one of the hottest mornings of the year, Nick Earl and Tracy Barlow followed up their inaugural victories with wins, as runners ran a revised city centre route that took in the beautiful Cathedral grounds for the first time.
Weather: Sunny, 26° | Finishers: 4,240 | Race starter: Delia Smith | Male winner: Nick Earl | Female winner: Tracy Barlow | Winning time: 32:23 | Full race report here
The inaugural Run Norwich was everything it could have been; over 3,000 runners pounding the streets of our beautiful city centre for the very first time. Norwich-born Nick Earl passes the finish line first, with Tracy Barlow claiming the honours for the women.
Weather: Overcast, 15° | Finishers: 3,170 | Race starter: David James | Male winner: Nick Earl | Female winner: Tracy Barlow | Winning time: 31:28 | Full race report here
"The organisation of the event was second to none and the crowd support was brilliant."
Winner (female), 2015 & 2016