Naude pips Harris in road race
Triathlete Evan Naude was pushed all the way to win today’s five-mile run in the Fidelity Couples Race, crossing the line just three seconds ahead of Christopher Harris.
The annual event, which started in the 1980s and has been held every year since, also featured a 5K run and a 5K walk with entrants running as couples or individually.
Naude clocked 28.12 with Harris (28.15) just a few steps behind in the five-miler.
May 24 Derby winner Rose-Anna Hoey was fourth overall with a time of 31.22.
The 5K was won by Stephen Allen who stopped the clock at 16.00, almost two minutes ahead of second-placed Ryan Wilson (17:46).
Third overall in 18.28 was women's winner Ashley Estwanik.