LDWA Daffodil Dawdle 30th March 2014

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The Daffodil Dawdle, now in its 25th year, was a successful event in more ways than one: “What a difference a year makes! No snow, fine weather and almost no mud. A record entry and a record number of finishers!” is how the Results Editor, David Laight described the event. Our very own Ben Letzer, gave the 26.6 mile long route “ultramarathon” distance a crack (yes, anything over 26.2 marathon distance is deemed an “ultramarathon”!).  Finishing in 4 hours dead, Ben placed joint second in a field where approximately half “ran” the Long Distance Walkers’ Association event.

Full Results

 

London Marathon

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The 2014 London Marathon certainly proved to be the “year of the debutant”. Running behind Mo Farah’s inaugural full marathon appearance were 9 Jaguars, 7 of whom were also making their club debuts at the distance. This year also saw female Jaguars dominate the field of club members at the race with 7 lady members taking part in the coveted 26.2 mile event.

Full Results

Name
Time
Emma Blake4:46:54
Peter Kean-Cockburn4:53:23 (1st)
Lisa Symon4:53:45 (1st)
Danny Sweatman4:57:12 (1st)
Julie Jarvey5:40:31 (1st) (ar)
Annette Yeomanson5:57:19 (1st)
Orla Cobb6:04:23 (1st)
Vanessa Clements 6:31:35 (1st) (ar)
Jennifer Welsh6:31:35

Cambridge Duathlon

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Whilst several jaguars took on the London Marathon, one member went to the “number two” national sporting event today – The Cambridge Duathlon (7.5k run/40k bike/7.5k run) held in the village of Bottisham on the outskirts of the City itself. With participation in Ironman Sweden looming, Richard Collyer’s race aim was to try and keep pacing comfortable, ultimately attempting to run the second leg quicker than the first – which he achieved. His split times of 34:16/1:17:01/33:56 culminated in a finish time of 2:27:39 placing him 54th overall and 4th in the 45-49 age category.

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Race Round-Up: 6 April 2014

Nine Jaguars travelled to the county border in windy and changeable weather conditions to compete in four events:

Lowestoft 5 Mile Promenade Dash. Three Lady Jaguars were in force at the UK’s most easterly point 5 mile race. Jackie Bye was first Jaguar home in a time of 41:00 (gold) while Rebecca Durant ran a gold standard time 45:31. Both came first in their respective age categories. Christine Cooke finished in 46:14, giving her a bronze standard performance. Full Results

Bungay Black Dog Marathon & Half Marathon. Melvyn Porter was the Jaguars’ sole representative in this year’s Bungay Black Dog Marathon. Described as a “marathon runner’s marathon”, the undulating double lap course, a sparse field of athletes and supporters (relative to the distance) and this year’s gusty conditions made for a tough physical and mental running test. This, however, didn’t stop Melvyn from running a personal best time for the distance in a chip time of 3:47:41 (bronze) coming in 65th out of 168 finishers. Marathon Full Results

The Half-Marathon which is one lap of the marathon course and starts 2 hours after the full marathon, attracted two Jaguars entries: Jonathon Foot crossed the finishing line in a silver standard chip time of 1:54:43 while Paul Groves completed the race in a chip time of 2:02:28. Half Marathon Full Results

Diss Duathlon. The only non pure running event in the County Race Calendar continues to attract a sell-out field in 2014. This popular event consists of a 5.1km run transitioning to a 30km road bike leg and completing the race with another 5.1km run. Traditionally, with the Jaguars’ plethora of cross training athletes, the club is well represented. This year saw a relatively low club field of entry with Andy Mulligan, Alan Bushell and Adele Bushell taking on the race. Of note is Andrew Mulligan’s total time of 1:38:46 which gave him 15th place overall and 5th in his age category (20-29). Full Results

 
Run 1
Bike
Run 2
Total Time
Andy Mulligan00:19:39 00:56:0500:21:09 01:38:46
Alan Bushell00:22:3901:02:4500:24:05 01:51:16
Adele Bushell00:28:13 01:13:33 00:32:14 02:15:55

 

Norwich Parkrun

Roy Owen ran a 5k personal best time at Norwich Parkrun. His time of 23:36 tops his previous best by 4 seconds set at Gorleston Parkrun and earns him a club gold standard performance.

Paddock Wood AC Half Marathon

Jeremy Lawrence travelled down to the Kent countryside to run the ever-popular Paddock Wood Half Marathon. Now in it’s 25th anniversary the 2014 event was, again, a sell-out. His chip time of 1:40:33 placed him 481st out of a field of 2070 and gave him a club gold standard performance and a personal best time for the distance.
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Norwich & Gorleston Park Run

Good running conditions today served up two personal best times. At Norwich Eaton Park Run, Graham Cox ran his first for 2014 with a gold standard time of 23:40 and taking 16 seconds off his previous best. Meanwhile, Lawrence Wade at Gorleston Park Run, secured the men’s 40-44 age category record by running a diamond standard time of 17:25 and in doing so, gained his third personal best time for this year.

Broadland Half Marathon

In excellent running weather 5 Jaguars ran personal bests with 1 taking on the distance for the first time.
Full Results

Name
Time
Standard
Andy Mulligan1.27.01 (pb)Gold
Scott Chadwick1.32.08 (pb)Silver
Stewart Marden1.36.20Gold
Jon Foot1.40.20 (pb)Gold
Ian Cleminson1.42.01 (pb)Silver
Sarah Stubbs1.46.03 (1st)Silver
Martin Bagnall1.47.12 Silver
Emily Hannant1.47.48 (pb)Bronze
Paul Groves1.56.15
Paul Gerber2.02.41
Owie Barber2.03.01

Stody Cross Country

On a lovely day for running in the countryside 4 Jaguars took to the streams and fields of the Stody Estate for around 5 miles of tough cross country.

Ben Letzer put in a great perfromance to win the overall race in a time of 32.18 beating 127 other men, whilst Ellie Bye came close to winning the ladies race, placing second in a time of 36.10 just 19 seconds behind the winner but beating 92 other ladies. Dawn Collyer finished 24th in the ladies category in 47.30, whilst Paul Groves running his first race after an injury took 76th in the mens race with a time of 45.36.

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