KIYA Dee led the way with a double victory for Bourton Roadrunner Juniors at the St Andrew's Primary School 3k Fun Run.

It was a family affair for Kiya who claimed the bragging rights by beating sister Taya Dee to the fun run and under-13 prizes by a slender six seconds. Brother Kian Dee was the first under-11 boy home and fifth overall.

Eight-year-old prospect Michael Astor managed third overall in the junior race, emerging as first boy to claim the under-nine prize, while Arthur Quli was the best-placed St Andrew's pupil in sixth.

Improving brothers Atticus and Jacob Sinton came in eighth and 12th respectively, Harvey Sawyer came in 11th and was the best-placed under-15 boy with Olivia Morris finishing 14th.

Thomas Cassidy (15th), Edward Jones (16th), Jonathan Cook (17th), Isobel Dennett (18th) and Darcey Thompson (19th) showed promise, while Noah Williams (23rd), Oliver Craughwell (24th), William Chalmers (30th) were among the under-nines that performed admirably.

Jasper Williams (36th), Eleanor Jones (51st) and Elizabeth Craughwell (55th) starred as under-sevens.

In the 5k trail run, Jake Astor topped Bourton's bill with third place and best under-15 ahead of George Quli who took fourth and best under-11 boy.

Callum Woolley (9th), club debutant Will Lockey (12th), first under-17 girl gabby Jones (18th) and first under-13 girl Maite Capper (19th) were the others to shine.

In senior racing, Jennifer Glass overcame illness at the halfway point and wet conditions with 90 per cent humidity to set a personal best of 4:02 in the Berlin Marathon.

Elsewhere, Tony Goodwill and Susan Hunt ran the Draycote Water 20-mile and 10k races as part of their Autumn marathon preparations.

Despite unseasonably warm sunshine Goodwill completed the required four laps of the reservoir in 2:47 to finish first male veteran over-60, while surprised herself in the single-lap 10k, making a rare appearance on the podium by finishing 10th overall and second lady.