Festival of Running

Bungay Festival of Running

The provisional date for the next event is 10th April 2022

 

Any questions – BFoR@bungayblackdogrunningclub.co.uk

 

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Bungay FoR Results 2019

Results

Full Marathon
Half Marathon
10 km
5 km

Prize Lists

Full Marathon
Half Marathon
10 km
5 km

Double Doggie Prizes and Results & Prizes

Photos

On the 2019 event the photos were taken by a team of club members, and are here.

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Bungay FoR Results 2018

Results

Full Marathon Results
Half Marathon Results
10 km Results

Prize Lists

Full Marathon Prizes
Half Marathon Prizes
10 km Prizes

Double Doggie
Results and Prizes

Photos from around the course from the 2018 event from Digitography.

Bungay FoR Results 2017

Results

Full Marathon Results
Half Marathon Results
10 km Results

Prize Lists

Full Marathon Prizes
Half Marathon Prizes
10 km Prizes

Photos from around the course from the 2017 event from Digitography.

Bungay FoR Results 2016

Results

Full Marathon Results
Half Marathon Results
10 km Results

Prize Lists

Full Marathon Prizes
Half Marathon Prizes
10 km Prizes

Photos from around the course for 2016 from Digitography.

2018 Event

£6000 was raised and shared between BACT and the NSPCC.

2015-Marathon-Pic

Course Records

New Course – From 2006

Marathon  
Male: Matthew Jeffries
Waveney Valley Athletic Club
2:39:30  (2016)

Female: Susan Harrison
Leamington C & AC
2:56:19  (2011)

Half Marathon  
Male: Kevin Murphy
Woodford Green AC
1:11:55  (2006)

Female: Jennie Roberts
Ipswich Jaffa
1:20:58  (2008)

Old Course – 1982 to 2005

Marathon
Male: Jonas Ericsson
Stockhom, Sweden
2:29:03  (1985)

Female: Veronica Manley
Diss AC
3:10:04  (1992)

Half Marathon
Male: Paul Evans
Lowestoft AC
1:06:11  (1987)

Female: Sally Eastall
St. Edmunds Pacers
1:15:08  (1992)

Bungay Black Dog Runners Best Times

New Course – From 2006

Marathon

Male: Matt Lawes
2:58:45 (2011)

Female: Lynn Emmett
3:14:02 (2012)

Local Information

Bungay, with its attractive location In the Waveney Valley, and wealth of historic sites, is one of the most fascinating towns in Suffolk. Visit the Bungay Suffolk website for more information, including accommodation guides.

adnams
Digitography
Norfolk and Suffolk 4x4 Response
M&H
Wightmans of Bungay
Old Bank Tearooms
The Kitchen and Bathroom Studio
The Chocolate Box
The Castle Inn
360 Active
Redz
Physio East
mustard creative
Little Green Wholefood Shop
Lan Synergy
Earsham Hall Event
Cratfield cattery
Giddens and Thompson
Little Black Dog Wardrobe
Bungay Computers
John Groom
Earsham Street Deli
fleece
Art Trading Company
Absolute Body Conditoning
New Beginnings
people with energy

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