LandAid Ambassador Challenge 2019
09 May 2019
Please click the links below to find out the results of this year’s LandAid 10K.
If you have any queries about the results below, please contact Innovation Sports on 01372 231360 / email@example.com
We had a load of prizes at this year’s 10K. And the winners were:
Highest company fundraising sponsored by Allsop – highest fundraising as at 3pm on Monday 3 June: Howard De Walden Estate
Highest individual fundraising sponsored by Grosvenor – highest fundraising as at 3pm on Monday 3 June: Jorge Mendonca of Grosvenor
Fastest female under 45 sponsored by Oyster Partnership: Liana Boholtan of Waterman
Fastest male under 45 sponsored by Watts: Michael Wright of Watts
ERI CEO Champion sponsored by Evans Randall Investors: James King of VTS
LandAid Ambassador Champion sponsored by The Howard de Walden Estate: David Wilkinson of CMS
Fastest team sponsored by Gerald Eve: Gerald Eve Team 1 - Cordelia Batt, Hannah Bryant, Hettie Cust, Anna Gargan and Alice Schorb
Fastest veteran female 45+: Hermione Mackrill of LandSec
Fastest veteran male 45+: Arief Larham of Orion
Fastest 5K runner: Greg Snow of CLS Holdings
Innovation Sports, our event management company, have extensive experience in measuring and finalising routes for 10K runs. The route has been measured using both a metric wheel and GPS and has been calculated based on the fastest line taken on the course. Please note distances according to personal GPS apps on phones may vary depending on the line taken during the race. If you have any queries, please contact Innovation Sports.
Thank you to our headline sponsor Evans Randall Investors for sponsoring the LandAid 10K for the second year running. Kent Gardner, CEO of Evans Randall Investors, said: “Evans Randall are so pleased to be supporting the LandAid 10K once again this year. The move back to Regent’s Park has been fantastic and it was great to see so many faces old and new at the event, which has raised invaluable funds which will help vulnerable young people. Well done to all the runners and fundraisers, who made it a great event once again.”
The race course follows a scenic route around two laps of Regent's Park (just one for those of you taking on the 5K race). The race starts and finishes on a stretch next to the LandAid Event Village. The course is multi-terrain but fairly flat; you will run on grass, trail and concrete paths. There will also be stewards along the course to help guide you and to keep the general public off the course. There are some sharp turns on the course, although fewer than last year, so please follow the signage throughout! Whilst the course involves no road crossings, Regent's Park is a public space so you will need to look out for members of the public!
Innovation Sports, our event management company, have extensive experience in measuring and finalising routes for 10K runs. The route has been measured using both a metric wheel and GPS and has been calculated based on the fastest line taken on the course. Please note distances according to personal GPS apps on phones may vary depending on the line taken during the race.
Please ensure you are wearing suitable footwear, which should be running trainers which support your feet correctly and have adequate grip, especially if the ground is wet.