HOLT 10K 26/05/2019

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NAMEPOSITIONTIME
NICK ELEY68TH
3RD IN AGE GROUP
00:44:42
ELLY YOUNG81ST
1ST IN AGE CATEGORY
3RD TEAM
00:45:27
KEITH BRIGHTY96TH00:46:28
SONJA WHITE165TH
3RD TEAM
00:50:11
PETER KEAN-COCKBURN181ST00:50:52
RUTH GAINSFORD203RD
3RD TEAM
00:52:08
DOUGIE BARBER210TH00:52:34
ROSEMARY JACKSON215TH
2ND IN AGE CATEGORY
00:52:45
SARAH REYNOLDS224TH00:53:12
JULIAN JARDINE255TH00:54:44
KAREN BRADLEY317TH00:59:53
MARION BENSLEY356TH01:03:14
CARRIE CATCHPOLE358TH01:03:23
JAMES HICK374TH01:05:34
REBECCA WICKS376TH01:05:49
SUE EMMETT390TH01:08:18
LAURA HICK391ST01:08:18
JULIE JARDINE 429TH01;23;22
JENNIFER NORRIS430TH01:23:23

east coast triathlon 2019 27th-28th april 2019

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SATURDAY RESULTS

NAME AGE CATEGORY/ POSITION IN CATEGORYOVERALL POSITIONSWIMTRANSITION 1BIKETRANSITION 2RUNFINISH TIME
JACKIE GOOCH55-59
1ST IN AGE CATEGORY
79TH06;4502;150;42;0700;5600;14;4501;06;50
DEBBIE HALL50-54
7TH IN CATEGORY
116TH08;3103;030;53;0500;530;19;2101;24;54

SUNDAY RESULT

NAMEAGE CATEGORY/ POSITION IN CATEGORYOVERALL POSITIONSWIMTRANSITION 1BIKETRANSITION 2RUNFINISH TIME
CLAIRE OWEN40-44
9TH
124TH06;4704;220;49;1401;140;14;5601;16;36

BRIGHTLINGSEA CHALLENGE MARATHON 17/03/19

I forgot my trail shoes. Anyway you can wear road shoes for most trails? They are usually just hard packed paths? WRONG! Brightlingsea six hour challenge is advertising as an undulating (lie) trail (lie) lapped course. Do as many laps as you can in six hours. Joking aside the event is brilliantly organised, laid back but well thought out and really friendly. The course was not friendly. Don’t get me wrong, I love mud, it’s kind of my thing. So I will stop pretending I wasn’t actually happy when the race director described the course. I would just have been happier if I had remembered shoes with grip. The marathon (four laps) was my target. Because of repeated injury I have tapered my training back and only run three times a week, a total of ten ish miles. I was clueless how to pace this run. I think even experienced marathoners would struggled with pacing because of the swampland in the middle of the course. I decided to run quite a bit slower than usual, that felt scientific. The course is six laps, mile one was along the sea front into a stupid headwind, mile two was mud and up hill, mile three was twisty muddy single track with branches to duck, mile four was mud, mile five was along the sea into the wind and mile six was a much appreciated tailwind to finish the loop. The first two laps felt okay, I spent some time chatting to other runners and thinking ‘maybe I could do further than the marathon’. This enthusiasm plummeted on lap three, it became clear that you can blag a half marathon on ten miles a week, but not a marathon. My under-training combined with not being able to eat, when running, because it makes me feel sick meant lap four was hilarious to watch, proper comedy. Falling into fences funny. I really wanted to get under four hours but on the last lap the mud became less amusing, because of the foot fall the course was officially a swamp. I began making really weird noises, like properly weird. I was determined not to walk mainly because I was worried that if I stopped it would be for good. My running style at this point looked like a sweaty bald ostrich running (ish) over hot coals. About a mile from the finish I realised the laps were coming up long and I had a chance of ducking under four hours. My brain told me I had a sprint finish left, nope. I really wish I had a video of that last half mile, it felt and must have looked ridiculous. Anyway I did it! Yay me, my first marathon. I nearly got under four hours (4:01). I swore I would never do a marathon again. My Google history might suggest otherwise. 

Jason Corner

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NAMEPOSITIONTIME
JASON CORNER10TH4:08:41

MARRIOTTS WAY HALF MARATHON

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NAMEPOSITIONTIME
JAMES LAMBERT8TH01;35;31
NICOLA LAMBERT-JOHN12TH
2ND IN AGE CATEGORY
01;38;48
ANDREW WICKS26TH01;45;04
NOUHA TATE41ST01;48;38
DEB CISSELL82ND01;59;48
MICHELLE CUTTING83RD01;59;23
WENDY WALLACE129TH02;13;16
SAMANTHA BEALES159TH02;22;34

HORSFORD CROSS COUNTRY RACE 3 03/02/2019

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CATEGORYNAMEPOSITIONTIME
FEMALE 11 AND UNDEREVA TOWNSHEND6TH00:26:27
FEMALE 15 AND UNDERGEORGINA BLAKE2ND00:30:26
FEMALE 50-54ELLY YOUNG1ST IN AGE CATEGORY00:36:17
MALE SENIORLUKE TOWNSHEND2ND00:43:23
MALE 40-44JASON CORNER1ST IN AGE CATEGORY00:40:34
MALE 45-49ALAN BUSHELL 2ND00:42:03

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