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Club Awards Winter 2013/2014


Tony Simmons hands out awards at local rivals Photos

Luton legend Tony Simons ventured into the lion’s den of local rivals Bedford & County AC to present the trophies at Bedford’s annual Cross Country & Road Awards evening last week.

Tony, who missed out on a European gold medal by four hundredths of a second, placed second in the World Cross Country Championships, fourth in the 1976 Olympics and set a world best for half marathon, described his proudest moment as winning the National Cross Country  title in 1975 .“It was the race to win”, he said. “Everybody was there and the course was only 500 yards from my front door.”

Each of the Team Managers gave their report of the year with Tony Forrest who justifiably claimed that Bedford’s Senior Men were in the top two clubs in the Country, illuminating his report with a film of their national triumph.  Amongst the many awards he handed out was the U15 Boys National Trophy, the National Cross Country Senior Team Trophy (won by Bedford for the first time in its 147 year history), a silver salver presented to Alex and Rosemary Stanton in recognition of their 34 years of outstanding achievement in coaching, and an international salver to Jack Goodwin for his first Senior GB international.