Duathlete in blistering form

North Norfolk Beach Runners' recent recruit Will Dorsett showed his incredible duathlon potential with a blistering run at the Trowse 10k race. Soon after qualifying to represent Britain at the World Duathlon Championships in America later this year, the North Norfolk Wheeler ran a tremendous time of 35:36 for seventh out of 364 finishers.

North Norfolk Beach Runners' recent recruit Will Dorsett showed his incredible duathlon potential with a blistering run at the Trowse 10k race. Soon after qualifying to represent Britain at the World Duathlon Championships in America later this year, the North Norfolk Wheeler ran a tremendous time of 35:36 for seventh out of 364 finishers. Not far behind Dorsett was the fast-improving Rob Kett, who clocked 36:59 for an excellent 14th place, whilst Mike Sadler, who does most of his training on a treadmill far out in the North Sea, ran a creditable 41:15 for 54th place. Veteran Malcolm Ball was making his return to road racing after a lengthy period of injury. His time of 53:10 was far from his best but all his supporters were delighted to see him back in a running vest.

At the Trowse 10k amongst the other Beach Runners taking on the hilly, two-lap course, Ryan Callaby ran an excellent 43:04 for 77th place whilst Ian Jarvis was his usual steady self, clocking 47:22.

Further back Rob Saines and Claire Foulkes were separated by less than a minute, both running

fine races to finish well up the field.


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