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Alex Moore Relay

There was a huge turnout of Jaguars making up over half the field of the Alex Moore Relay, and despite the scorching temperatures there were some notable results. Wayne Gibbs, Mark Haynes and Ben Letzer were first overall whilst there were a number of  other prize winners in the various categories.
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Great Yarmouth 5 Mile Series Race 3

The sun shone on Great Yarmouth for the last in this years 5 mile series and once again there was an excellent turnout of Jaguars. 18 of our runners took to the start, 2 for the first time in a 5 miler. The warm conditions produced some excellent times including 4 p.b’s.

Steve Bates managed another superb sub 30 minute run, taking 3rd place in his age group and 4th place overall for the whole series, whilst Colin Robilliard with a time of 31.29 took second in his category. There were personal best times for Richard Collyer, Stewart Marden, Emily Hannant and Sarah Jay who also took second prize in her age group.
Full Results

Steve Bates29.37Diamond
Mark Haynes30.18Gold
Colin Robilliard31.29Diamond
Darren Edridge32.13Gold
Alan Bushell33.08 Gold
Richard Collyer33.47 (pb)Silver
Stewart Marden34.16 (pb)Gold
Scott Chadwick35.07Bronze
Emily Hannant35.25 (pb)Silver
Ady Jay35.34Silver
Ben Dennington35.37 (1st)Bronze
Ellie Bye36.51Silver
Sarah Jay37.43 (pb)Gold
Jackie Harrop40.28 (1st)Gold
Claire Owen42.36Bronze
Adele Bushell42.39Bronze
Becky Durant45.09Gold
Katherine Garwood48.37

Wroxham 5k Series Race 1

The orange army was out in full force on Wednesday,  both running and supporting, and there were some notable performances on a perfect evening for running. Of the 21 Jaguars who started 5 came away with personal bests and another 5 were running the distance for the first time. Wayne Gibbs came in first for the club in a personal best time of 18.53 (Gold standard), whilst further down the standings Richard Collyer and Ken Bowman battled out the last 400 metres for a very exciting finish. Richard just got in ahead of Ken taking a new 5k pb whilst Ken in finishing with a diamond standard 19.53 took first prize in his age category. Ellie Bye, Adele Bushell and Katherine Garwood all ran well to achieve their best ever times.

There was disappointment for Emily Hannant, Ellie Bye and Verity Holmes who were told on the night that they had won the senior ladies category, but were later informed that this was incorrect and they had in fact finished second. Nevertheless their collective performance was excellent and gives them some unfinished business for the next race which takes place on 20th June.
Full Results

Wayne Gibbs18.53 (pb)Gold
Darren Edridge19.03Gold
Colin Robilliard19.12Diamond
Richard Collyer19.50 (pb)Gold
Ken Bowman19.53Diamond
Scott Chadwick20.19Silver
Ady Jay20.25Silver
Grant Randell20.40 (1st)Gold
Emily Hannant21.15Silver
Martin Colley21.20 (1st)Bronze
David Brailey21.44Bronze
Ellie Bye21.57 (pb)Silver
Sarah Jay23.08Silver
Verity Holmes24.40 (1st)Bronze
Christine Cooke24.44Silver
Jackie Harrop24.50 (1st)Silver
Peter Kean-Cockburn24.58Bronze
Adele Bushell25.27 (pb)Bronze
Ruth Gainsford25.40 (1st)Bronze
Claire Owen25.47Bronze
Becky Durant26.56Gold
Katherine Garwood27.57 (pb)

Dereham 10

Whilst a number of Jaguars were on marathon and half marathon duty at Holkham, 4 of our members took to the streets of Dereham for this 10 miler. First across the line was Steve Bates in a diamond standard 1.02.56. He was followed by Martin Bagnall (1.17.04 – Silver), Melanie Burch (1.19.59 – Silver) and Becky Durant (1.44.54 – Silver).
Full Results

North Norfolk Marathon and Half Marathon 2012

The fact that most of the marathon and half marathon courses were off road did not prevent those Jaguars who took part putting in some excellent performances. Most notable was Ben Letzer who won the marathon beating his nearest rival by over 2 minutes in a time of 2.55.19. Alan Bushell who also ran the marathon completed the course in a time of 3.28.54.

The half marathon saw 5 Jaguars taking part, Peter Cobb finished in 1.40.11 followed by David Brailey (1.46.31) Sonya Turner (1.55.39) Fiona Baldwin (2.10.33) and Clare Hicks (2.10.34)
Marathon Results   Half Marathon Results

Great Yarmouth 5 Mile Series (Race 2)

Although a little wet and breezy, the weather was a vast improvement on the first race of the series and the conditions made for some exciting racing and quick times. Mark Haynes and Steve Bates had a fantastic battle to be first Jaguar to cross the line. It was neck and neck coming in to the final straight but Mark managed to find a finishing kick to take the honours. Steve’s time was good enough to take third place in his age category, whilst Colin Robilliard the next Jag home took second place in his age group. Richard Collyer and Emily Hannant both recorded p.b’s for the 2nd time in a week, whilst best times were also achieved by Ellie Bye and Claire Owen. Verity Holmes and Katherine Garwood both ran the distance for the first time in orange. The third and final race in this years series is on the 23rd May (Sunshine guaranteed).
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Mark Haynes30.04Gold
Steve Bates30.10Diamond
Colin Robilliard31.33Diamond
Darren Edridge32.45Gold
Richard Collyer33.51 (pb)Silver
Ken Bowman34.29Diamond
Scott Chadwick35.00Bronze
Emily Hannant35.24 (pb)Silver
Ellie Bye36.34 (pb)Silver
Sarah Jay39.21Silver
Ady Jay39.22Silver
Verity Holmes42.24 (1st)Bronze
Claire Owen42.35 (pb)Bronze
Adele Bushell 42.43 Bronze
Becky Durant45.34Gold
Katherine Garwood47.56 (1st)

Breckland 10k

On another excellent fast course 5 of the 10 Jaguars who took part recorded personal best times. Emily Hannant was the first lady Jaguar across the line with a fantastic silver standard time of 45.46. In the process she re-claimed the club record for this distance from Ellie Bye. Zep Ciarla in being first Jaguar home took his first gold standard run with a personal best time of 42.03. Best times were also recorded by Scott Chadwick, Jackie Bye and Claire Owen. With so many p.b’s over the weekend it is clear that everybody’s hard training is paying off and healthy competition between members is raising running standards across the board.
Full Results

Zep Ciarla42.03 (pb)Gold
Ken Bowman42.27 Diamond
Rod Bye43.43Gold
Scott Chadwick44.08 (pb)Bronze
Emily Hannant45.46 (pb) (cr)Silver
Ellie Bye46.57Silver
Jackie Bye49.38 (=pb)Gold
Claire Owen53.22 (pb)Bronze
Verity Holmes53.47 Bronze
Becky Durant57.32Gold

Grand East Anglia Run 10k

On a perfect day for running, this course once again proved a gold mine for fast times with 7 Jaguars running personal bests and 6 achieving gold standards. Lawrence Wade was first over the line for the Jags with an excellent gold standard pb of 36.52, Steve Niblett continued his year on year improvement in this race with a 38.27 gold standard pb. Alan Bushell, Richard Collyer, Jackie Harrop, Dawn Collyer and Adele Bushell also all ran their best ever times at this distance. Richard achieved his first gold standard, whilst Dawn and Adele both took over 2 minutes from their previous bests. Grant Randell completed his first race at this distance for the club.
Full Results

Lawrence Wade36.52 (pb)Gold
Steve Niblett38.27 (pb)Gold
Alan Bushell41.45 (pb)Gold
Richard Collyer42.16 (pb)Gold
Grant Randell42.50 (first)Gold
Jackie Harrop49.36 (pb)Gold
Dawn Collyer49.44 (pb)Bronze
Adele Bushell52.34 (pb)Silver
Katherine Garwood61.20

Norwich Park Run

Three lady Jags turned in personal best  performances today in only their second race for the club. Ana Ohde, who completed her first race last week at  the Park Run, was almost a minute quicker recording a silver standard time of 23.59.  Sarah Letzer chipped away at her time  running 28.14 and Orla Cobb was 30 seconds quicker in 31.20.  Well done girls – keep up the good work.

Greater Manchester Marathon

In appauling weather conditions Denver Slowther and Mark Harmer ran their first marathon for the club and turned in excellent times.  They ran the whole course together helping each other through any bad patches and their pace was very consistent. The first half was run in 1.46 and the second half  just two minutes slower.  Denver crossed the line in 3.34.22  (splits here) followed by Mark timed at 3.34.23 (splits here). Well done lads.

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