Bathed in glorious sunshine, 238 leading masters athletes from England and Wales lined up on the streets of Bristol to compete in a Home Nations Masters 10km International on Sunday 25 September.
There were some fabulous performances throughout the field with England's V40 athlete Helen Gaunt the first female masters athlete home in a time of 35:39.
The fastest masters man was Wales' V35 athlete Matt Rees in a time of 31:30, finishing 2nd to overall race winner Tom Merson.
England won both the men’s and women’s team races and there were impressive results throughout including 32:42 for V50 Paul Jones, 37:42 for V55 Kate Wright, 51:08 for V75 Caroline Lavis and 58:30 for V80 Michael Conway.
- View the masters and wider races results.
The Great Bristol Run is organised by Great Run and takes place on a flat and scenic route around the historic harbour of Bristol and the city centre with over 15,000 runners taking part.
The England Athletics Masters Programme is a celebration of masters road running and offers England Athletics members over the age of 35 the chance to qualify to represent England as a masters athlete.
More details can be found on the masters page of our website