Antell beat Kevin Heywood's 2012 record by four seconds as he stormed to victory in 30 minutes and 39 seconds, winning the race for the first time since 2015. The Blues made their mark on the race in glorious conditions, taking the top five places and seventh. Steve Gallienne came in second, a minute behind Antell with a time of 31mins, 38secs. Mark Jenkin was third, coming in after 31mins, 51secs. Last year's winner Flynn Jennings was fourth overall and U20 winner, beating his 2018 time by more than two minutes after finishing in 32mins, 16secs. James Pugsley, third last year, made it an all-Bideford top five with his time of 32mins, 49secs. Keith Shapland (34:48)completed the list of Blues runners to finish in the top 10, with Cornwall AC's Oliver Wright (34:21) finishing ahead of him in sixth. South Molton Strugglers' Paul Cooke (34:51), Clevedon's Sam Tabberner (35:07) and Ben Francis (35:35) completed the top 10 on the day. Tiverton AC's Serane Stone was the fastest female with a time of 37mins, 41secs. Cornwall AC's Ruby Lily Orchard was the second fastest with a time of 38mins, 4secs. London Heathside's Leigh James was the third fastest, crossing the line after 40mins and 28secs. Bideford AAC's biggest ever 10k saw 1,167 people complete the race. Runners set off from The Pill and along the Quay before heading out to Instow on the B3233. The second half of the race saw them return to Bideford along the Tarka Trail before finishing on the Quay. The full results can be found here.