A host of East London Runners members took part in the Mince Pies Revenge duathlon at the London Olympic Park on Sunday.

The event was a run-bike-run format around the closed road circuit of the park, starting with a two-mile run followed by a 10-mile cycle before finishing with another mile run.

Dan Senior was the first ELR competitor to finish, coming 17th overall with a time of 50.07, and he was closely followed by Thomas Burrard-Lucas in 20th, whose time came in at 51.57.

Michael Bamford and Louie Le Roux were the next across, finishing 27th and 30th with respective times of 52.59 and 53.55, and they were followed by Sarah Burns who finished in a time of 55.49, placing 48th.

Terry Lewsey’s debut event for the club ended well as he came 60th and came in just under the hour mark at 59.22, while Andrew Howard was five places behind in 65th, timing 1:01.05.

Stuart Barton was next to cross for ELR, coming 73rd overall with a time of 1:04.43, while Anna Dingle and Suzanne Bench were 76th and 77th with times of 1:05.17 and 1:05.23.

Jason Levy finished 80th overall in a time of 1:06.49 and there was then another debut for the club as Marc Akers timed 1:06.52, finishing 82nd.

In 86th was Rachel Le Roux with a time of 1:08.08, Andrea Waller was 89th with 1:09.26 and lastly Jayne Brown timed 1:11.18, finishing 91st overall.

Elsewhere on Sunday, Antonio Martin Romero finished fifth at the Ciudad Del Sol 26km race in Ecija, Spain in a time of 1:26.18, and Alice Barrett was among the finishers at the Walt Disney World Half Marathon with a time of 2:40.10.

Finally, Isabella Allen finished the Finsbury Park 10km in a time of 1:02.25, finishing 181st overall, while at the Met League Race 3 at Alexandra Palace, Maud Hodson finished 171st overall with a time of 45.01 and Alexandra Rutishauser-Perera came 226th with 55.15.