KGP Larkfield 10K – The Results


As some of you know, the Harrier who finishes in the same position as the date of the race gets to write the race report, and that lucky individual is Mike King. We look forward to seeing your report! However, I will help Mike with the results and where we currently stand in the KGP Table.

Harrier Results (Individual times listed below)

33 Deckchairs took part in today’s race which had 301 finishers. Congratulations to Liam, the overall race winner, and Emily for being the first lady harrier. I believe some of you got PBs today, so well done!

This race was also a Kent Champs event (a race within a race), and we won some silverware!

Ladies Overal Team Category

3) Bronze Medal – Emily Nash, Ali Farral & Jillian Holford

F45 Category

1) Gold Medal – Ali Farral

3) Bronze Medal – Jillian Holford

F45 Team Category

1) Gold Medal – Ali Farral, Jillian Holford & Nicola Morris

Male Overall Category

1) Gold Medal – Liam White 

Male Overal Team Category

2) Silver Medal – Liam White, Dillon Hobbs, Dave Weston

M40 Team Category

3) Bronze Medal – James Sarre, Craig Chapman, Mike King

So, with 7/8 races completed, here’s where our teams currently stand in the KGP (give or take a few points). Note: Results are based on the best six race scores out of the eight races run.


Men (first six to score)

  1. Tunbridge Wells Harriers       2,945
  2. Ashford & District RR               2,382
  3. Petts Wood Runners                2,131
  4. Maidstone Harriers                  1,817
  5. Medway & Maidstone AC        1,716


Ladies (first four to score)

  1. Petts Wood Runners                837
  2. Tunbridge Wells Harriers     801
  3. Tonbridge AC                           712
  4. Maidstone Harriers                  594
  5. Ashford & District RR              509

Thanks again to all those that ran. Remember, having a minimum team of ten (six men and four ladies) is always great to collect the maximum KGP points, which count towards the team scores. But, as always, the more harriers, the merrier as you take points away from the competition.

What’s next, and how can you sign-up?

Thanks for your support

Craig Chapman