10 Pioneers ventured across dartmoor for the Burrator 10K hosted by Wild Night Run.
An event as confusing as it was scenic, 1.6 flat-ish laps of Burrator Reservoir.
John Gossman 2nd M-V60
Anita May 3rd F-SNR
Dale Staff 7th M-V40
Katie Gummow 10th F-V35
12 Pioneers travelled across the border to take on the Muskies Madne5.5 hosted by Plymouth Musketeers who managed to raise incredible sum of £500 for St Luke's Hospice.
5.5 miles of undulating multi-terrain woodland track, riverside path and roadside pavement.
Amazing effort by all particularly Liam Chalk achieving 13th place
A highlight of the results as of race 4 of The Cornish Glass and Glazing Grand Prix Series.
As a club over all Looe pioneers are 12th
Male vets over 70 Peter Heywood 3rd
Male vets over 55 Peter Catnach 12th
Female vets over 55 Geraldine Bowden 13th
Female vets over 40 Alison Catnach 20th
Male vets over 45 Bryan Maywood 32nd
Three pioneers headed up north to take on the Bideford 10k hosted by Bideford AAC.
The sun was out but it was raining PB's for Kirstie Maywood, Bryan Maywood & Steven Skinner.
Looe Pioneers sent three young men down to Newquay for the Trevornick 10, a tough off road 10 miler hosted by the Newquay Road Runners.
Peter Heywood, Peter Catnach & Bryan Maywood