RUNNERS return to the scenic Weymouth Bay 10k event this weekend.

Hundreds of competitors are expected to turn out for the popular race on Sunday (10am), which covers 122 metres plus two laps of Bowleaze Green before stretching out to Weymouth Pavilion Car Park and doubling back to the finish at Overcombe Corner.

Last year, there was a home victory as Jonathan Cooper of Egdon Heath Harriers won in a time of 34 minutes and 53 seconds.

And 17-year-old Daisy Baker set a new ladies course record of 38 minutes and 16 seconds as more than 350 runners took part.

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Runners of all abilities are welcome to enter and entries will be accepted on the day at The Harvester Spyglass between 9 and 9.45am. Entry costs £19 and includes a bespoke medal.

There is plenty of free and pay parking at Heron Close Car Park, and the surrounding area, although due to the closure of The Riviera Hotel it is advised to park up before 9.30am, or arrange a lift.

Results will be published within 48 hours of the run. For further information call run director Mark Caswell on 07977 831519.