MARHAM NYE 10K 31/12/2018

 

 

 

 

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Name
Time
PB
Standard
Daniel Smith398.02YESGOLD
Scott Chadwick41.41GOLD
Howard Harper44.26SILVER
Nick Eley45.09YESSILVER
Paul Emery45.09GOLD
Paul Taylor45.50SILVER
Neil Button46.21SILVER
Ruth Steele47.27YESGOLD
Vikki Harper47.53YESSILVER
Hattie Swain51.08BRONZE
Claire Owen51.27YESSILVER
Karen Evans52.20YESSILVER
Megan Swain55.20FT
Julian Jardine56.10
Tim Evans56.10YES
Rebbecca Wicks57.30FT
Charlotte Harmer1.01.15FT
Angi Lincoln-Kemp6.01.29FT
Paul Bloomfield6.06.14PB
Olivia Newstead1.07.21
Sarah Lanchbury1.09.20
Alison Read1.09.30FT
Caren Maidment1.09.45YES
Hayley Smith1.10.30YES
Julie Jardine1.12.20YES
Penny Murray1.22.05

NRR HORSFORD CROSS COUNTRY SERIES RACE 2 16/12/2018

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NAME
AGE CATEGORY/POSITION
TIME
GEORGIA CORNER11&UNDER
3RD
JUNIOR JAG
00;21;06
EVA TOWNSHEND11&UNDER
4TH
JUNIOR JAG
00;27;19
GEORGINA BLAKE13&UNDER
4TH
JUNIOR JAG
00;26;05
KAREN EVANSFEMALE 45/49
1ST IN AGE CATEGORY
00;42;27
ELLY YOUNGFEMALE 50/54
1ST IN AGE CATEGORY
00;32;45
JACKIE GOOCHFEMALE 55/59
2ND
00;42;39
LUKE TOWNSHENDMALE SENIOR
2ND
00;41;53
SCOTT SHRUBSALLMALE SENIOR
3RD
00;45;12
DEAN BLAKEMALE 40/44
1ST IN AGE CATEGORY
00;36;06
JASON CORNERMALE 40/44
2ND
00;37;06
TIM EVANSMALE 50/54
5TH
00;55;24

VALENCIA MARATHON 02/12/2018

Ok so you know all those times I said I was helping Howard train for the Valencia Marathon? Yeah I fibbed. Howard talked me in to running it with him and I kept it quiet so that I had a different experience to London. The London Marathon was a fantastic day but it was hot, crowded and the training, focus and fund-raising was pretty intense and I felt really low once it was all over. I just wanted to put London to bed and have a different experience.
The training went reasonably ok, Howard travels a fair bit and then suffered a bit of sciatica. I fitted training around life and kids as best I could, but we managed the 20 and then 22 milers really well so we felt confident and excited about our break away at the end of it. We boarded the 7am Friday flight from Stansted, along with about 200 other marathon runners and were in our accommodation before lunchtime. We were hugely lucky to be able to borrow a fantastic apartment from one of my workmates.We headed to the Centre of Arts and Sciences for the Expo which was only 15 mins walk away. This place is amazing! We collected our bibs (chips on the back) t-shirt/vest and very generous pre-event goody bag! The Expo was nothing compared to London but the photo opportunities and runners wall were fab!

 

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Name
Time
PB
Standard
Vikki Harper4.01.23YESSILVER
Howard Harper4.04.06FT

BRECKLAND 10K 25/11/2018

 

 

We entered this race as we thought it would be a nice end to Howard’s marathon training. Some Jags had run the race last year and said the whole thing was fabulous, plus assured me it wasn’t XC – I am not wading through water in November! Howard and I have got to the end of his training feeling exhausted and desperate to get to Spain for a long weekend away, so getting up early on Sunday to drive to Thetford forest wasn’t ever so appealing. Howard has also had a bit of sciatica which I hoped was “Maranoia” – why now!? After him resting for a week, we decided to bimble the race; neither of us are used to trail anyway.
The weather was beautiful and we found a number of people we knew had also entered the race and quite a few Coltishall Jaguars too so it was good to catch up with everyone and get a team photo. The race was a charity event with no UKA affiliation but Chip Timing UK kindly offered to donate chip timing as it was to be stop watch timing otherwise. The start of the race featured a Zumba warm up and I’m surprised how many runners joined in! I will happily do choreographed moves in my fitness classes but prancing about and stretching before a race isn’t advisable in my book so I snuck off did a short warm up run.
The route was through the Thetford forest park paths and was beautiful! The path was firm underfoot (apart from a short, uphill sandy stretch), lined with autumnal leaves and thankfully not muddy. After a 2k bimble Howard suddenly overtook the runners in front of him and I spent 8k chasing him through the forest, worried he would do his back in and need help! The only time he slowed down was to stop at the water station and admittedly it was distracting; water, squash, fruit juice, wine gums, licorice all-sorts, jelly babies and Jaffa Cakes!
Fortunately Howard is ok and is confident that he will be ok next Sunday. Oh and by making me chase him, I finished as 9th lady in 52:35 which is pretty fast for me over trail! The marshals all the way round were just the loveliest people and the medal at the end was huge! We also got two huge bacon butties plus two hot drinks for £6 all-in (sorry Paul Emery!) . I’d definitely recommend this event and would love to run it again next year. I’m usually a bit rubbish over trail as my IT Band starts to pull but this event plus the Blickling Night Trail 10k has made me want to strengthen my legs and try some more trail routes. It will be good to do something different from the Norfolk Race Calendar and bloomin’ marathon training!

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NAME
POSITION
TIME
JAMES LAMBERT7TH00;42;42
DARREN TUBBY8TH00;42;52
NICOLA LAMBERT-JOHN14TH00;46;09
2ND FEMALE
PHIL HENRY25TH00;48;32
RUTH STEELE33RD00;50;22
VIKKI HARPER40TH00;52;32
HOWARD HARPER41ST00;52;34
JULIAN JARDINE51ST00;53;47
KATIE FENN54TH00;54;58
RADLEY FENN55TH00;54;59
ANGELA BELL64TH00;56;04
CLIVE CARTNER65TH00;56;06
CAREN MAIDMENT144TH01;16;17
PAUL BLOOMFIELD145TH01;16;18
JULIE JARDINE153RD01;22;46

DUNERUNNER RAG IT ROUND REPPS 2018 25/11/2018

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NAME
POSITION
TIME
(May not be 100% accurate due to timing issues)
SCOTT CHADWICK14TH00;47;39
JULIAN SMITH20TH00;50;31
PAUL EMERY21ST00;50;57
SCOTT SHRUBSALL36TH00;53;17
CANICROSS
OWEN BARBER64TH00;57;25
CANICROSS
GRAHAM FRYER78TH00;59;32
PAUL GERBER103RD1;02;46
SHARON JONES105TH1;03;01
KAREN BRADLEY106TH1;03;10
CLARE HICKS107TH1;03;13
JACKIE GOOCH110TH1;03;18
HELEN GANSON119TH1;04;44
JAMIE ANN HARKIN206TH1;20;35
DONNA MONK207TH1;21;38
ORLA COBB210TH01;21;38
ALISON READ211TH 01;21;50
EMILY SPRAGGE212TH01;22;27
SARAH LETZER213TH01;22;27
ANNETTE YEOMANSON215TH01;23;19
CLARE OWENno time

 

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