24th Tees Valley Half Marathon in Redcar

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Timing and results by HS Sports Ltd:

Race start

Sunday 12th March 2006

REDCAR & Cleveland Borough Council's Mayor Councillor Peter Spencer has paid tribute to the record entry of around 1,400 club and fun runners who braved bitter conditions to take part in the Tees Valley Partnership-sponsored Half Marathon at Redcar on Sunday (March 12).

Late entry Stephen Hepples from Loftus Athletic Club won the event for the second year running, clocking 69 minutes 50 seconds to win the North East Championship title. The ladies race was easily won by Judith Nutt of Elswick Harriers in a time of 80 minutes 16 seconds.

Councillor Spencer, who made the presentations, said: "The event was brilliant - the largest number of runners we've ever had. It was a very bitterly cold day, but everybody enjoyed themselves. It was remarkable how fresh a lot of the runners were after completing the ordeal!"

Jane Shearer, one of the organisers from the Council's Events Team, said: "The conditions were very cold, but under the circumstances, the runners coped very well and there was a terrific atmosphere."

Many of the runners were sponsored, with the event's adopted charity, Zoe's Place, the children's hospice at Normanby, the main beneficiary.

Runners crossing the start line

Thank you to our sponsors.

Many thanks to New Marske Harriers, One NorthEast, Highland Spring, Kallkwik, Steel River Textiles, IS Designs, BBC Radio Cleveland, The Northern Echo, the Advertiser, Mizuno for their continued support and involvement.

Zoes Place is the official charity for the event. This is a local charity, located in Normanby, and is 'a home from home' for babies with special needs. You can get a sponsor form from Zoes place and help to make a difference to these children and their families by contacting them at Crossbeck House, High Street, Normanby or by telephone on (01642) 457985.

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