Jordan Scott was first home and Cat Macdonald first woman at the
13th Druridge Bay 10k on Bank Holiday Sunday 26th May 2019
A case once again of hometown boy makes good, Jordan had in fact won the race in its second ever year and maintains the select list of the ‘Amble Massive’ (Harding, Taylor, Scott) who have triumphed most years ever since the race’s inception. (And don’t forget, Laura W from only a bit further up the coast ran the race in its first two years when she was still at school). Jordan finished in a time of 34 minutes and 55 seconds (for comparison, in 2008 when he was nowt but a lad he won in its second year in 37m 33s).
Cat Macdonald was tenth overall and ran 40m 22s with sister Lorna chasing her all the way to finish as second woman in 41m 5s. Lindsey finished a bit further back but is making steady progress with a time of 48m 52s.
Jason Dawson also had a good run to finish in 6th place in 39m 31s and Phil Smith was 30th in 44m 56s. Ali D meanwhile paced Tayla round to finish together in 44m 42s, with Tayla 4th woman home.