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Three is the magic number

By Gareth Rowett 18th October 2017

Three is the magic number

Peter Le Grice and Lesley Locks continued their domination of the Eden Half Marathon as they both won the event for the third year on the spin. Cornish Grand Prix regular Le Grice, once again claimed the victory running at a sub-six mile pace to cross the line in one hour, 13 minutes and 16 seconds, just 20 seconds off his 2013 course record time. Locks, 40, from Fleet in Hampshire meanwhile broke her own course record by nearly a minute, cr...

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