THANET Roadrunners were in good form at the annual Bailey's Nissan Whitstable 10k road race.
More than 600 runners turned out in the spring sunshine for the race on Bank Holiday Monday, organised by Canterbury Harriers Athletics Club.
The course started at Tankerton Slopes and went out to Hampton Pier at Herne Bay. The terrain was mainly flat, with the second half of the race going along the promenade by the beach huts.
Jason Cherriman was the first athlete across the line in the 14th annual race. The runner, who does not have a club, finished the 10km course in 32 minutes 21 seconds. He was followed home by Spencer Hempsted, of Ilford AC, and Martin Potter, from London Heathside.
TRAC finished fifth in both the men's and women's team events.
Alex Horsley was the first Thanet athlete across the line, finishing in 37th place with a time of 40:56.
Nigel Cook was not far behind him, taking 40th place in 41:08, while Adrian Waters claimed 44th place in 41:29 as the men all finished within 35 seconds of one another.
Dartford Harriers took the men's team honours from Bexley AC.
Michaela Hill was the most successful Thanet runner on the day as she claimed an impressive fourth place in the women's individual event.
She finished the course in 42:09, almost six minutes behind eventual winner Liz Weeks, from Sittingbourne Striders.
In fact, such was the Sittingbourne woman's domination, she took ninth place overall, finishing a full three minutes ahead of second-placed woman Kristina Mikalausklene.
Elsewhere for Thanet, Tanya Edwards finished in 51:14 for 47th place and Sara Sutton was 61st in 52:40.
Barbara Gambrill was 79th in 54:11. The women's team event was won by London Heathside, with Invicta East Kent taking second.