Veteran runner Steve Boyd turned in another impressive performance at the Runners’ Choice London Distance Series event on Sunday. Megan Brown also moved into Canada’s all-time top 20 in the 10,000m.
The 47-year-old Boyd finished fourth in the 10,000m, but his time of 31:31.21 was a new Canadian Masters record for runners aged 45-49. Earlier this year, Boyd set the Canadian Masters 3,000m record of 8:49.35 at an indoor meet in Toronto.
Brown, who recently won the Canadian half-marathon championship, ran 33:10.47, easily winning the women’s 10,000m, which doubled as the Ontario Provincial Championship.