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More than 100 people take part in charity race
DOZENS of people donned their running gear and burned off their Christmas calories by taking part in a charity race.
The fourth Pednor 10-mile run, which took place on Sunday (Dec 30), attracted128 people, which is the highest number to date.
The course was a 10-mile road race, made up of two five mile laps undulating lanes around Pednor. A relay was also available which consisted of one lap per person.
The race is expected to have raised more than £500 for Cancer Research UK and the Hospice of St Francis.
The race is organised by Matt Kirby and is run by Arctic One, which is a newly formed charity which aims to get people of all abilities involved in sport and other community projects whilst also contributing to the fight against cancer related diseases through sport.
Mr Kirby said: "I'm very pleased and everything went to plan. I'm pleased with the numbers, it was the highest we've had to date.
"We also had a relay, which makes it slightly less daunting for people.
"We want to try and get more local people having a go at it."
Chesham Leisure Centre, in White Hill, gave a free pass to all those that took part and Chesham Moor Gym and Swim, in Moor Road, gave entrants a free swim voucher.
This year's Pednor 10 will take place on Sunday, December 29.
For more information visit www.arctic1.co.uk.
1st Senior Male - Matthew Salt
2nd Senior Male - Darren Mcneely
3rd Senior Male - Matt Winn Smith
1st Senior Female - Emma Pallant
2nd Senior Female - Sian Thomas
3rd Senior Female - Katy Young
1st Male 40+ - Matthew Loddy
1st Female 40+ - Abigail Askey
1st Male 50+ - Steve Hyett
1st Female 50+ - Kate Loach
1st Male 60+ - Ted Hamilton
1st Male Relay - Two Bares
1st Female Relay - Caroline And Christine
1st Mixed Relay - Dacorum Dashers
1st Local, Unaffiliated athlete - George Sibley
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