Day to remember for running duo

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GOG Triathlon Club members Merilin Sikk and Simon Blain (pictured) travelled to the Shrewsbury Cycle Track in Sundorn on December 28th for the 9BAR Sunrise to Sunset Challenge. The aim of the race is for runners to run as far as they can between the hours of Sunrise (8.20) and Sunset (16.01), the winner being the runner who records the furthest distance.
Merilin covered 66 laps of the 1km circuit, attaining her target of over 40 miles. Impressively she managed to run nonstop through the day taking on food and drink on the move. According to Merilin the format of the race not only tests your endurance but also your patience! Blain ran 57 laps amounting to over 36 miles, another great effort and the furthest distance he has run to date.
On Boxing day David and Laurie Griffith and Nicola Tomlinson took part in the Essar Chester Round the Walls race. The approximately 6km route follows a clockwise section of the Roman and Medieval walls, including passing under the iconic Eastgate clock, and finishes at the Racecourse. David finished in 51st place in a time of 27.24 mins, Laurie was 30th lady home in 32.17 and Nicola was 36th in 32.48.
Over the festive period a group of over 30 GOGs enjoyed some trail running with a group run and social at Bodafon Farm. Some club members also took on the various charity swims with members dipping their toes in the sea in Penmaenmawr and Llandudno.