Buis and Maisch take marathon honours


LESS than 24 hours after first stepping on island soil at the start of a family holiday, Carlisle’s James Buis eased to a comfortable victory in yesterday’s Canaccord Genuity Guernsey Marathon.

2006 European champion to run Guernsey Marathon


ROCQUAINE has a new sports star. Only the little coastal community probably does not know they have an Olympian and champion runner in their midst – even if she may have become a regular figure pushing out the miles up and down the west coast in recent months.

Mason into the 1500m running


ED MASON took advantage of Michael Batiste’s early-season rustiness to push himself into belated contention for a 1,500m spot at the NatWest Island Games in three weeks’ time.

Confident Chalmers impresses over one lap


TOM DRUCE lost a record, but nevertheless hailed the 400m performance of Cameron Chalmers, who set the local track and field season alight with a brilliant effort at Footes Lane.

GIAAC athletes gearing up for Games

Le Masuriers athletics open. 400mh. Sam Wallbridge. Picture: JON GUEGAN

THE trio of Ed Mason, Cameron Chalmers and newcomer James Bougourd all shone as Guernsey’s top athletes were in action at the FB Fields last weekend.

Guernsey athletes to take on Britain's best

Picture by Max Coomer 19/04/14. Cross Country at L'Ancresse. No 1 Lee Merrien

GUERNSEY’S endurance athletes may not have the traditional end of season cross-country inter-insular to look forward to, but they have much bigger fish to fry with their invitation to this weekend’s Home Counties Championships held at Antrim this weekend.

Emery runs off script

Picture By Peter Frankland. 06-12-14 Cross country running at Home Farm.

DAVE EMERY won the penultimate event in the five-race FNB Winter League series, but the man who had most to celebrate was runner-up Mike Wilesmith.

Wilesmith eases away from challengers


MIKE WILESMITH strengthened his grip on the FNB Winter League cross-country overall title with a convincing win in the six-mile Stonecrusher event at L’Ancresse.

Individual cross country league titles up for grabs


WITH three of last year’s race winners out of the picture before the first starting hooter, there is every chance of a new champion as a new FNB Cross Country League gets under way at Delancey Park tomorrow afternoon.