Picture gallery: Crowds turn out for Caistor Sting

Caistor 10k Sting and mini run. Start of the 10k EMN-190807-092538001
Caistor 10k Sting and mini run. Start of the 10k EMN-190807-092538001

There was a record breaking result at Sunday’s Brianplant “Sting in the Tail” 10K and a record breaking turnout for the Rand Farm Park ‘Mini Sting’ Fun Run.

The 10k course record was broken by William Strangeway of Lincoln Wellington AC with a time of 31:51, this pushed Caistor’s Nick Martin into second with a personal best time of 32:18.

Caistor 10k Sting and mini run. Carrie Vaughan with, left, Demi Vaughan (8) and Freya Vaughan (5) of Keelby EMN-190807-092332001

Caistor 10k Sting and mini run. Carrie Vaughan with, left, Demi Vaughan (8) and Freya Vaughan (5) of Keelby EMN-190807-092332001

The winning time was an incredible 51 seconds under the course record set by Nick last year.

The ‘Mini Sting’ had more than 200 participants - the highest number to date.

Caistor 10k Sting and mini run. Chris Hurst, left, and Hilary Speller. EMN-190807-092457001

Caistor 10k Sting and mini run. Chris Hurst, left, and Hilary Speller. EMN-190807-092457001

Caistor 10k Sting and mini run. Jacq Bancroft, left, and Anne Findlay. EMN-190807-092354001

Caistor 10k Sting and mini run. Jacq Bancroft, left, and Anne Findlay. EMN-190807-092354001

Caistor Sting 10k and Mini fun Run EMN-190907-063729001

Caistor Sting 10k and Mini fun Run EMN-190907-063729001

Caistor Sting 10k and Mini fun Run EMN-190907-063840001

Caistor Sting 10k and Mini fun Run EMN-190907-063840001