The Ryde Harriers' Brading 10km road race saw 136 athletes take on a route from Smallbrook Stadium, on the evening of June 2.

First home, in 32:36, was the group's Chris Newnham, while the Isle of Wight Road Runners' Josh Price came second, in 33:42.

Gary Marshall was third man in for the Harriers, in 34:30.

In the women’s event, Carly Scoble, also running for Ryde Harriers, completed the course in 40:26. Second was Hannah Pain, in 45:19, while Millie Williams took third, in 46:31.

Unlike in previous years, the race kicked off at 6pm, which organisers say meant quieter roads and cooler temperatures.

Wight Tri members were also represented.

For the group, Jack Elton-Walters was first man home, recording a PB of 38:14, finishing 14th overall. 

Lizzi Elton-Walters was first female Wight Tri runner to finish, in 50:16 - sixth placed woman overall.

An early close battle saw Mike Kimber finish in 46:31, before Martin Calmon crossed the line in a time of 47:58. Addy Swann finished in 50:17. 

Liz Dunlop won in her age group, and was 18th woman home, in 53:54, while Arielle Elton-Walters recorded a time of 56:14.