Malvern Joggers running club were out in force in Crowle at the 10KM event, with over 40 members taking to the course.

Four members of the team finished in the top 20.

Shaun Green (36.52) was first of the club across the line in fifth overall with Henry Pugh (37.17, 8th), Simon Richardson (39.10, 13th) and Ben Toon (40.07, 20th) not far behind.

Joggers' Crowle 10K results: Chris Prosser 43.09; Jamie Francis 43.37; Andrew Brown 45.19; Warwick Taylor 45.25; Chris Reed 45.56; Suzie Lane 47.24; Lauren White 47.26; Nick Yarworth 48.07; Jess Depper 48.11; Georgina McDonald 48.36; Jon Gray 49.01; Mark Witt 49.09; Sharon White 49.56; Neil Griffiths 51.21; Sarah Thomas 52.53; Robert Burns 52.56; Jane Roberts 1st in age cat 52.52; Emma Davies 53.25; Pat Johnson 2nd in age cat 53.45; John Raine 54.32; Sophie Dalley 56.49; Karen Hobson 57.27; Tracy Taylor 58.09; Sophie Barnes 58.33; Kirsten Palmer-Jeffery 59.56; Laura Johnson 1.01.09; Gem Linsey 1.02.43; Jon Fligelstone 1.03.29; Martin May 1.04.48; Jo Judd 1.04.44; Ian Fuller & Cam White 1.06.08; Tim Winstanley 1.06.15; Abigail Pamich 1.08.21; Simone Morgan 1.15.13; Carol Witt 1.17.25; Sharon Dalley 1.17.32; Carol Winstanley 1.18.34.

Further afield, one of Malvern Joggers' own took part in the extremely arduous yet popular Snowdon SkyRace last weekend.

James Davies took on the incredibly tough event, a 40KM run that involves a figure of eight route exploring the area’s most iconic ridges and Grade 1 scrambles including Crib Goch and Tryfan North Ridge, as well as an array of ruthless, technical trails as part of the Skyrunner World Series.

James said: " I took on what was to be the hardest 40k I’ve ever done, with over 10,000ft of ascent, huge terrifying scrambles up 3000ft mountains and rocky traverses and steep descents with some runnable sections."

Davies finished the run in nine hours, five minutes and 36 seconds.