|The fifth running of this event on a dedicated cycle circuit much like a scaled down version of Brands Hatch course, on the first race walking road event in mainland Britain since lockdown.
In all there were 38 entries with 35 on the line, a slight increase from 2019, in good racing conditions on a mild cloudy day. The starter was George Nibre, former GB international.
The ladiesí 5k was won by Abby Hughes (Taunton AC) who achieved a new pb in 25:25, and a new course record, previously held by Olympian and Commonwealth Games medal winner Lisa Kehler (Wolverhampton & Bilston) since 2016 (26:26).
The menís 5k was won by Christian Hopper (Cambridge H) who also achieved a new pb in 25:06, and a new course record, formerly held by Marshall Smith (Ashford AC) also since 2016 (27:22).
Due to COVID a number of additional SWC competitions were incorporated into this event
1 Lola-Mae Billingham U17W Aldershot, Farnham & District AC 15:36
1 Abby Hughes U17W Taunton AC 25:25
2 Hannah Hopper U20W Cambridge Harriers 28:53
3 Abigail Smith U17W Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC 29:13
1 Christian Hopper U17M Cambridge Harriers 25:06
2 Christopher Hobbs M65 Ashford AC 31:31
3 Peter Watts M65 Swanley & District AC 31:41
4 Jonathan Ellerton U15B Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC 33:03
5 David Hoben M65 Surrey Walking Club 35:14
Peter Hannell M75 Surrey Walking Club DNF
1 Millie Morris U20W Ashford AC 54:33
2 Silvana Alves W45 Barnet & District AC 58:13
3 Grazia Manzotti W50 Tonbridge AC 58:21
1 Luc Legon SM Cambridge Harriers 45:29
2 Graham Chapman M65 Headington RRC 1:01:10
3 Roger Michell M70 Surrey Walking Club 1:01:52
1 Abigail Jennings U23W Aldershot, Farnham & District AC 1:24:36
2 Jacqueline Benson U23W Ashford AC 1:30:29
3 Katherine Smith W55 Aldershot, Farnham & District AC 1:52:48
1 Dominic King M35 Colchester Harriers AC 1:06:18
2 Daniel King M35 Colchester Harriers AC 1:06:19
3 Ian Richards M70 Steyning AC 1:22:50
9 Christopher Flint M75 Surrey Walking Club 1:54:06