The Durrell Dash in pictures

Around 450 people took part in this year's Durrell Dash and helped raise £10,000 for the charity.

Around 450 people took part in this year's Durrell Dash and helped raise £10,000 for the charity.

It was the fifth event organised by the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, which allows Islanders to take part in either a 13 km or 6 km along lanes and roads around the zoo.

The first to cross the finish line in the 13 km race was Jamie Barker in a time of 48 min 27 sec and the first woman was Jo Gorrod, who wass third overall, in 49.43. First in the 6km was Oliver Terry and first lady was Florence Gothard.

• Full results are published in today's Jersey Evening Post

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