Stephen Fabes got a win, finishing with a time of 01:23:11. He bested Jason Lee who crossed the finish line 22 seconds behind him. Marcin Gawel got third place in 01:26:13. In the ladies’ race, Rose Penfold scored the victory with a time of 01:32:53 . She bested Alexie Williams who crossed the finish line 2 minutes 37 seconds behind her.
Marathon Luke Delderfield grinded past more than 2201 runners to win in 03:05:56, followed by James Turner who finished with a time of 03:06:55. The third place went to Gary Laybourne with a time of 03:07:41 In the ladies race, Rebecca Bunting took top spot in 03:24:23 . She finished 25 minutes 7 seconds ahead of Laura Temple. Rounding out the
Marathon Andy Coley-Maud grinded past more than 2212 runners to win in 02:49:02. Coming in second was Todd Leckie (02:49:23). Rounding out the top three was Milan Watson with a time of 02:59:38. In the women’s race, Rebecca Bunting got a win, finishing with a time of 03:16:44 . She bested Emma Dacis who crossed the finish line une minute 49
Nicola Williams is the Co-Ordinator for the Beachy Head Marathon. He works with the Event Director, Hugh Graham, on behalf of Eastbourne Borough Council to deliver a top-class, well-organised event. They have been responsible for the Beachy Head Marathon since its inception in 2002 and have both run it themselves when it called the ‘Seven Sisters Marathon’. They both are Eastbourne