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Race for Remembrance Leaderboard 2022

Here is the leaderboard for Race for Remembrance 11k 2022.

Thank you to all of our participants who are taking part to honour our armed forces personnel, past and present, by supporting veterans who need our help today.

Every penny we raise goes directly to Care for Veterans and will enable us to continue to provide our high standard of care and rehabilitation, which makes a huge difference to the physically disabled veterans we support.

By taking part, you are helping to ensure that our veterans don’t have to face the toughest challenge of their lives alone.

Add your time to the leaderboard here or get in touch on 01903 218444 or email

Congratulations to everyone who has taken part.


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Position Runner Name Time
1 Treena 1:00:04
2 Charlotte 1:02:03
3 Matt Robey 1:08:29
4 Csilla Galicz 1:13:08
5 Ross Yardley 1:14:48
6 Colin Staines 1:17:09
7 Myra 1:20:14
8 Michael Toulouse 1:21:06
9 Colin Tomlinson 1:25:00
10 Sally Tomlinson 1:30:00
11 Wendy Harbour 1:45:09
12 Iain 1:49:38
13 Christine 2:50:22
14 Sharon Briggenshaw 7:30:00

I do this in remembrance of my dear Father, who served his country and fought for our freedom. Also for all those who serve to keep us safe.

– Wendy Harbour, Race for Remembrance 2022 runner

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I decided to support Care for Veterans after learning of you guys and the amazing work you do through my friend Dani Churcher. I did my run along the Worthing seafront and it was great to know the money I donated is being used for such a great cause!

– Matt Robey, Race for Remembrance 2022 runner

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All veterans need the maximum support and help from both Government and the general public.

– Michael Toulouse, Race for Remembrance 2022 runner

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I support Care for Veterans as I think it’s so important to support those that have given so much to our nation. I completed my 11k challenge by running a circular route from Littlehampton to East Preston. I completed this in between a break in the rain.

– Ross Yardley, Race for Remembrance 2022 runner

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I completed the Brighton 10K run and it started and finished at Hove lawns Hove. I parked 1k away, so the distance totalled 12K. I am an ex serviceman, who served 9 years, and purchased a vest, in honour of care for Veterans, running alongside a blind person, with his coach. I was proud to have taken part, and look forward to entering both Worthing and Brighton 10K runs again next year, as achieved in 2022.

– Colin Staines, Race for Remembrance 2022 runner

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I walked the 11 miles, well I actually did 12 miles on my treadmill at home, I have Parkinson’s Disease so I’m slower than the average person

– Sharon Briggenshaw, Race for Remembrance 2022 runner

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