Perfect weather awaited the 521 runners in the 10th staging of the Valentines 10k road race.
Celebrating their 40th year as a club, Wymondham AC hosted their annual New Year’s Day 10k.
Festive weather was the talk of the day for the annual running of the 10 mile road race, affectionately known as the Turkey Trot.
A total of 733 runners completed the Snetterton Half marathon around the racing circuit at the weekend, eight of them representing Great Yarmouth Road Runners.
Great Yarmouth Road Runners were well represented in the Holt 10k race organised by North Norfolk Beach Runners at the weekend.
The long trip to Newcastle to compete in the Great North Run was certainly worth it for six members of Great Yarmouth Road Runners.
Another beautiful day attracted 382 parkrunners to Gorleston Cliffs for the weekly 5k, just two short of the record.
Beautiful, calm conditions paved the way for some great performances in this week’s Gorleston Cliffs parkrun, with a near-record 372 people taking part.
North Norfolk Beach Runners hosted the 29th Worstead 5-mile road race on Friday evening.
Humpty Dumpty, all the king’s horses and all the king’s men plus 36 Great Yarmouth Road Runners (GYRR) turned out to compete in one of the most popular 10k road races at the weekend.
A group of 14 Great Yarmouth Road Runners flew around the Mike Groves 10k held at the old RAF base at Coltishall.
Temperatures soared at the latest Gorleston Parkrun, attracting a near record turnout of 381.
It was another successful year for athletes from Great Yarmouth and District AC at the county championships of Norfolk and Suffolk, with a haul of 10 golds, 14 silvers and nine bronzes as well as trophies.
The latest Gorleston Cliffs parkrun attracted 293 runners and featured 23 first timers and 56 personal bests.
Great Yarmouth Road Runners were out in force at Dereham Road Runners’ annual 10-mile road race, which attracted a field of 500.
The latest Gorleston Cliffs parkrun provided ideal conditions for fast times.
A total of 40,000 hopefuls took to the streets for the 37th London Marathon and amongst them were nine Great Yarmouth Road Runners.
Despite there being several regulars missing due to marathon season starting, the Gorleston Cliffs Parkrun still had an impressive 302 finishers.
Gorleston parkrun is approaching its eighth birthday. With 10 runners taking part in the first event back in 2009, it has grown over the years and at the weekend had 306 participants.
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