Check out how Aldershot, Farnham and District Athletic Club did in the Great South Run and see full results for Hampshire's 272 runners
Runners from Aldershot, Farnham and District Athletic Club enjoyed a successful Great South Run in Portsmouth on Sunday (October 27).
Andy Vernon, Chris Thompson and Stephen Scullion finished fourth, sixth and ninth respectively in the men's category while Charlotte Purdue and Louise Small came home third and seventh-placed women.
Taking part in her first race in 14 months after a series of injuries which have included a stress fracture in her right knee and spinal problems, Purdue finished the 10-mile-long course in 56m 57s, 75 seconds ahead of her teammate Louise Small.
Speaking afterwards Purdue said: "I've waited so long to get back into racing. I've missed it so much.
"I'm so excited at how everything has gone. It was a good, hard race and I have to go home a very happy person."
In the men's race, Andy Vernon was the first British runner home after running the course in 49m 21s, with Thompson on 50m 04s and Scullion on 51m 31s.
Kenyans Emmanuel Bett and Florence Kiplagat won the men's and women's races respectively.
Nearly 30,000 runners took to the streets of Portsmouth to take on the route and 272 of them were from Hampshire.