The major action of the weekend was in New York, Mansfield and Doha but there were other events of note
Lotto Cross Cup, Mol, Belgium, November 1
Emelia Gorecka made a return to competitive action after six months out with a foot injury.
The 21-year-old, who was contesting her first Lotto Cross Cup event, had suffered a stress fracture ahead of her summer season opener.
She finished 10th in a race won by Belgium’s defending champion Louise Carton.
Billericay Striders 10km, November 1
Paul Whittaker won in a course record 30:31.
Newcastle Town Moor Marathon, November 1
Adam Holland won in a time of 2:36:26 and the first veteran – M50 Nigel Rackham – finished second in 2:41:09.
The race incorporated the British Masters Championships and Rackham won the men’s masters title.
The first woman – and veteran – was Kelly Dodds in 3:27:30.
Les Venmore’s report and David Hewitson’s photographs will appear in this week’s AW magazine.
Richard Burton 10km, Cwmavon, November 1
Dewi Griffiths won the men’s race in 30:24.
Priory Relays, Reigate, October 31
Despite the success of the English Cross Country Relay Championships in Mansfield, around 100 senior teams competed in this event.
Tonbridge’s men won in 56:45 with South London’s Ben Coldray running the fastest leg of 13:25.
Belgrave Harriers retained the women’s title while Reigate’s Fiona Clark was the fastest with 15:58.
Martin Duff’s report and Jeremy Hemming’s photographs will appear in this week’s issue.
FNB Guernsey League, Delancey, October 31
Olympic marathoner Lee Merrien won the men’s race easily in 14:14.
West Yorkshire League, Huddersfield, October 31
Tom Adams won the men’s race by over a minute.
Kate Walshaw won the women’s race from top Veteran Helen Berry.