Ronnie Richmond and Shaun Antell made it a one-two for Bideford Amateur Athletic Club at its 25th Bideford Half Marathon on Sunday.
It was Richmond who took victory and a one-off prize of £200 in the wet and blustery conditions, finishing ahead of some 1,250 entrants with a time of 1hr, 7mins and 36secs.
Antell, who won last year’s race, took second place this time out, finishing with a time of 1hr, 10mins, 53secs.
Tavistock Run Project and 2017 race winner Jim Cole was third with a time of 1hr, 11mins and 16secs.
There was also a top 10 finish for Bideford’s James Pugsley (1:14:53).
Hereford Couriers’ Katie Synge-Curtis, 19th overall, was the fastest female for the second year in a row, crossing the line after 1hr, 20mins and 34secs.
Tamar Trotters’ Rebecca Ezra was the second fastest, finishing with a time of 1hr, 21mins, 45secs.
Taunton AC’s Kate Drew was third with a time of 1hr, 22mins, 27secs.
Competitors set off from Kingsley Road, running to Torrington on the A386 before heading back to Bideford Quay on the Tarka Trail.