Published: 00:00, 19 September 2002
AN INDIVIDUAL gold medal and team silver rewarded three Invicta East Kent veteran runners in the British Masters Athletics Federation 10-mile championships at Nuneaton.
Martyn Rouse won the M55 category with a time of 59min 27sec, ahead of Cheltenham’s Martin Ford, 61.32, and Keith Horn, of Leeds City, 62.27.
On an undulating course of two five-mile loops, Eddie Broad was sixth in the M60s, with 70.08, behind winners Fred Gibbs, of Bingley, 60.36.
Trevor Edgley was also sixth, in the M50 race, with 60.57, behind Paul Kelly, of Northbrook, who won in 56.19.
The three Invicta men combined to take the silver medals, behind Leeds City, in the M50 team event, with Worcester third.