Worthing 10k 2019: Can you see yourself in our picture special?

Runners from across the county and beyond came out in force for the Worthing 10k yesterday.

Monday, 3rd June 2019, 10:36 am
Runners set off in the Worthing 10k

Brighton Phoenix's Finn McNally was the first of 2,257 finishers across the line. He was crowned 2019 champion in dramatic fashion with his time of 30minutes 39seconds. Worthing Harriers' Jack Leitch clocked the same time but was just pipped at the finish. Andrew Greenleaf (31:19) completed the top three. Maisie Trafford of Arena 80 won the women's race. Photographer Derek Martin was at the event. See if you can see yourself in our picture special.

Runners set off in the Worthing 10k
Runners set off in the Worthing 10k
Runners set off in the Worthing 10k
Runners set off in the Worthing 10k
Runners set off in the Worthing 10k
Runners set off in the Worthing 10k
Runners set off in the Worthing 10k
Runners set off in the Worthing 10k
Runners set off in the Worthing 10k
Youngsters set off in the inaugural junior mile race
Runners pose for a picture prior to the race
Promenade Plodders members pictured prior to the race
Lancing Eagles runners pictured prior to the race
Runners pictured prior to the race
Bognor Tone Zone Runners members pictured prior to the race
Home club Worthing Harriers had a large contingent involved in the race
Foxy Ladies Running Club members appeared in good spirits prior to the race
Gareth Duddy (left) and Jon O'Callaghan
A wheelchair race also took place again this year