EAST HARLING 10K 1/07/18

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Name
Time
Andy Mulligan38.25
Melvyn Porter42.07
Neil Button42.24
Thomas Lincoln-Kemp43.53
Stephen Neal44.16
Elly Young44.19
Emma Blake45.20
Douglas Barber47.21
Stephanie Hall51.19
Adele Bushell 55.09
Ruth Gainsford55.36
Dee Neal56.15
Sue Emmett1.03.52

HUMPTY DUMPTY 10K 24/06/18

It was an extremely hot start for 41 jags in a beautiful part of the Norfolk Countryside.  Nearly 700 people were on the start line and with the Humpty Dumpty 10k being part of the Grand Prix 2018 series there was much discussion of points, times and what was the weather going to do to everyone?

It is a truly lovely picturesque course meandering through the villages of Freethorpe and Reedham, with a particularly lovely stretch running along next to the river in Reedham.  sadly at the end of this you are met with a few hills and it is more than fair to call the course undulating.  The route is similar to the Freethorpe 10 that occurs at the start of the year, conditions however were not as they had been in January.  With little or no breeze and temperatures soaring towards 24 degrees c runners were needing to take extra care at the water stations, ensuring enough fluids taken on to get them to the end.
The support around the course from people coming out onto their drives to watch was genuinely uplifting and running past one gentleman out watering his plants with a hose was definitely most welcome.
In spite of the very warm conditions 11 Jags managed to achieve PBS during the race, with Elly Young and Jackie Bye earning second in their age groups and a silver country championship medal.  Emma Blake not only got a PB she was third in her age group and bagged herself a bronze county championship medal.  And our very own ken Bowman was first in his age category and achieved a silver county championship medal.  Lots of awesome new standards were also achieved, a great day out for all.

 

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Name
Time
PBs
Standard
Tony Alborough39.04DIAMOND
Neil Button40.09GOLD
Radley Fenn40.18YESSILVER
Melvyn Porter41.36GOLD
Rod Bye42.49DIAMOND
Thomas Lincoln-Kemp43.08GOLD
Elly Young43.362nd in Age Group & Silver County Championship MedalDIAMOND
Emma Blake 43.52YES, New Age Group Record, 3rd in Age group & Bronze County Championship MedalGOLD
Ken Bowman44.04New Age group Record, 1st in Age Group & Silver County Championship MedalPLATINUM
Keith Brightly 44.09FTSILVER
Paul Emery45.59GOLD
Nick Richards46.00YESSILVER
Rebecca Pountain46.39SILVER
Phil Henry46.39GOLD
Nicholas Eley46.41GOLD
Julian Smith46.49YESSILVER
Chris Johnson47.21YES
Charlotte Reed49.58YESBRONZE
Robert Dye50.35
Owen barber51.14BRONZE
Joanna Cottrell51.25YESBRONZE
Jackie Bye51.332nd in Age Group & Silver County Championship MedalGOLD
Emma Jordan51.55YESSILVER
Katie Fenn52.21YESBRONZE
Eden Rudling52.21FT
Ruth Gainsford53.13SILVER
Caroline Britton53.19FTBRONZE
Karen Evans53.45SILVER
Amy Edwards53.54
Adele Bushell53.56SILVER
Graham Fryer54.35
Timothy Evans58.17YES
Barbara Button1.00.22BRONZE
Clare Hicks1.01.19
Carolyn Gerber1.05.27
Jamie Harkin1.16.54
Penny Murry1.19.50
Samantha Beales1.19.50FT
Jennifer Norris1.20.01YES
Emily Spragge1.21.31FT
Annette Yeomanson1.21.31

POPPYLINE MARATHON AND 18 MILER 09/06/2018

Poppyline Marathon
On Saturday 9th June I completed my 10th Marathon – The Poppyline Marathon in Sheringham, North Norfolk.  It was however, my first off road marathon so it was a lot harder than the others.
I lined up on the start line at Sheringham Primary School ready to begin at 8:30am. We were set on our way by the sound of a little horn.  We made our way down through central Sheringham along the main street and on towards the promenade & coastal path.  Before long we made our way into Cromer reaching the first 6.1 mile checkpoint, where we were met with water and refreshments.  You also had to have your time logged and your card clipped.  We were soon on our way again, heading towards Felbrigg.   We made our way to the second checkpoint at 12miles a crossroads towards the end of a farm track in West Beckham, again met with a banquet.  I have never eaten whilst running but others were tucking into all the food on offer.  We set off again in the direction of Hempstead.  Arriving in Hempstead having avoided the bulls whilst running through their field, our next checkpoint at 17.1 miles was the Village Hall. After taking on some fluids and having a few moments rest we were off again.  We crossed Kelling Heath and ran down a steep hill towards the railway, running along a path parallel to the tracks. Before long we had reached our fourth checkpoint – Weybourne Station. With the checkpoint being at 21.8 miles, and so close to the end we only stopped for the briefest of moments to take on refreshments before tackling he last four miles.  We set off along a track parallel to the railway before crossing and heading towards Sheringham on the coastal path, with stunning views of the coast. We headed back into central Sheringham passing both railway stations – and back up the hill towards the finish at the Primary school where we went in to register our times, and collect our certificates.  This was a lovely marathon but also tough on the legs as elevation is up to 1600ft but also hard to run on ploughed fields and lots of tracks with tree roots to avoid.  It is also impossible to run in some parts so you have to walk.  The route measured 27 miles and I came in at 5 hours 34 minutes.
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RACE
NAME
TIME
MARATHON
BEN LETZER3:42
ANGELA GALLEN-BELL5:34
18 MILER
SARAH LETZER5:18
CLARE HICKS5:18
PAUL GERBERAwaiting result
OWIE BARBERAwaiting result

 

FRITTON LAKE SPRINT TRI 16/06/2018

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POSITION
NAME
SWIM
T1
CYCLE
T2
RUN
TOTAL TIME
22ndLUCY ANDERSON00:17:0200:02:4500:42:0600:00:4000:25:161:25:51
39thRACHEAL COLE00:17:2100:03:5500:41:5600:01:0700:31:151:35:37
44thJACKIE GOOCH00:18:5100:03:3700:44:1500:00:5000:29:171:36:52
56th
1st In Age Category
JILL COLE00:23:4700:03:5600:53:3700:00:3700:30:0401:52:03

WROXHAM 5K SERIES RACE 2 13/06/2018

 

 

Name
Time
PBs
Standard
Andrew Mulligan17.47GOLD
Jack Stuttle18.25YESGOLD
Melvyn Porter18.44YES & New age Group Record DIAMOND
Neil Button19.02YESGOLD
Graham Johnson19.03YESDIAMOND
James Lambert19.05SILVER
Clive Cartner19.15SILVER
Radley Fenn19.13YESSILVER
Dean Blake19.26GOLD
Jamie Bell19.47
Phil Henry20.05YES DIAMOND
Lee Emmett20.07SILVER
Nick Hudson20.09SILVER
Thomas Lincoln-Kemp20.10YESGOLD
Keith Brightly20.22YESGOLD
Ken Bowman20.31New Age Group Record & Silver County Championship MedalPLATINUM
Nicola Lambert-John20.39New Age Group Record GOLD
Elly Young20.29YES 2nd in Age Group, Silver County Championship Medal & New Age Group Record DIAMOND
Paul Rogers20.39GOLD
Stephen Pointer20.52SILVER
Shane Bidle20.45SILVER
Rebecca Pountain20.56YESGOLD
Nicholas Eley21.14DIAMOND
Emma Wilcock21.16SILVER
Vicky Tovell21.41GOLD
Jeremy Lawrence21.46DIAMOND
Julian Smith21.49YESSILVER
Matthew Cole22.10YESBRONZE
Vikki Harper22.10YESGOLD
Charlotte Reed22.26 YESSILVER
Nouha Tate22.30FTSILVER
Georgina Blake22.59YES
Joanne Cottrell23.02YESSILVER
Sonja White23.03SILVER
Peter Kean-Cockburn23.18SILVER
Graham Fryer23.29YESBRONZE
Eden Rudling 23.35FTBRONZE
Claire Owen23.57YESSILVER
Ruth Gainsford24.11YESGOLD
David Simpson24.38GOLD
Amy Edwards24.48BRONZE
Adele Bushall24.42YESSILVER
Hattie Swain26.19FT
Samantha Beales26.15FT
Barbara Button26.17SILVER
Finlay Harper26.54
Dawn Chapman27.44BRONZE
Lynn Lambert28.19BRONZE
Georgia Corner28.20
Jenny Barrett29.44
Olivia Newstead30.03
Sarah Lanchbury31.05FT
Maisie Harper31.24
Rosie Murray31.24
Angela Hudson31.49
laura Hick32.36
Caren Maidment32.36YES
Vanessa Clements32.53
Hayley Smith33.45FT
Jenny Welsh38.19FT

MIKE GROVES 10K 10/06/18, C210K FIRST RACE & SZE-MING TRIBUTE

 

Joining the couch to 10k group, unsure of if after ten weeks we would be able to complete a 10k, and we all did it! Such a fantastic atmosphere on the day, with a great warm up and tips from Mel, Andy and others who had taken our training sessions. The support on the day was phenomenal, and I am so proud of us all! A massive thanks  from us all to the Jags for putting this on, I would recommend it to anyone, even if you are unsure of the distance! Such a great medal to have too!

I really loved every minute!

 

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Name
Time
PBs
standard
Nouha Tate46.36SILVER
Chris Johnson46.36FTBRONZE
Luke Townsend46.53FTBRONZE
Andrew Jarvis48.19FTBRONZE
Robert Dye49.08FT
Nick Richards49.27
Tracey Melville53.45FT BRONZE
Hattie Swain53.57FT
Jill Cole54.12YESGOLD
Georgina Quntrell56.28FT
Tejay de Kretser58.46FT
Helen Ganson59.14FTSILVER
Carrie catchpole1.02.55FT
Stephan Norris1.04.30FT
Sarah Lanchbury1.05.38
Rachel Kirkham1.07.30FT
Emma Penfold1.10.42FT
Jamie Harkin1.12.30FT

BUNGAY BLACK DOG SUMMER SERIES RACE ONE 10K 06/06/2018

It was a beautiful evening in Bungay for the first race of the Bungay Black Dog 10k Summer Series. Great racing conditions on the evening with blue skies, a gentle breeze and over 200 runners. Seven Jaguars were at the event ready to see where they were at for their 10k times.

The course is very flat and quite sheltered which means the opportunity for some fast times. The race kicked off at 7:30pm from the Black Dog’s base in Ditchingham, running out of the field onto country lanes. The route is mostly road, meandering through the beautiful countryside and villages of Kirby Row and Ellingham before going off the tarmac and on to a nicely compacted track past Broome for the final couple of kilometres. Many will be familiar with this stretch from the Bungay Marathon and Half Marathon.

I was first jag home (James Lambert) in a PB time (not club PB as the route is classed as multi-terrain) of 40:05. I could see the clock on 39:50 when I was running round the field for the final stages but just missed the sub 40 mark. Maybe next time! Next in for the jags was Ken Bowman with a great time of 43:22 and winning his age category. Awesome job! Nicola Lambert-John followed shortly with a PB time of 43:37, fantastic result considering she was expecting closer to 45 minutes! Rod Bye came in with a time of 43:56 struggling with the “wind”… Missing from the results sheet is Phil Henry but I believe his position was 58th and a time of 44:32. Paul Berner came in at 49:18 and Jackie Bye at 51:13.

The next race is in three weeks time and selling out fast.

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NAME
POSITION
TIME
JAMES LAMBERT15th40:05
KEN BOWMAN42nd
1st Male over 70
43:22
NICOLA LAMBERT-JOHN46th43:37
ROD BYE50th43:56
PHIL HENRY58th44:32
PAUL BERNER102nd49:18
JACKIE BYE123rd51:23

 

ALEX MOORE MEMORIAL RELAY 03/06/2018

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POSITION
TEAM NAME
MEMBERS
OVERALL TIME
8BLINK AND YOU'LL MISS USJAMES LAMBERT
DARREN TUBBY
ANDY MULLIGAN
1:22:33
21WHAT HAVE WE GOT TO DO AGAIN?LEE EMMETT
RADLEY FENN
JACK STUTTLE
1:27:15
26PARKRUN PACERSNICK ELEY
PHIL HENRY
NEIL BUTTON
1:30:14
27MELS LOW FLYING JAGSELLY YOUNG
MEL PORTER
NICK HUDSON
1:30:18
37WAGGLEDANCERSPAUL TAYLOR
DEAN BLAKE
EMMA BLAKE
1:35:38
42ROBOZEPGIUSEPPE CIARLA
ROD BYE
KEN BOWMAN
1:37:23
45RIOT (RUNNING IS OUR THERAPY)REBECCA POUNTAIN
VIKKI HARPER
NICOLA LAMBERT-JOHN
1:37:59
53JOLLY OLD JAGSPAUL EMERY
DAVID SIMPSON
STEPHEN NEAL
1:42:16
63CHARLIE'S ANGELSCHARLOTTE READ
EMMA JORDAN
RUTH PILCH
1:47:24
66THE THREE AMIGOSCLARE HICKS
OWIE BARBER
STEWART MARDEN
1:50:53
67IN THE FAMILY WAYELLIE GASKINS
JANINE CUSHWAY
JACKIE BYE
1:50:59
68 THE 3 A'SALICE BUSHELL
ADELE BUSHELL
ALAN BUSHELL
1:51:07
70THE JOKERSSIMONE HOLLOWAY
KAREN EVANS
JULIAN JARDINE
1:51:45
71PLEASE CALL US A CAB!KATIE FENN
TAMARA MILLS
JOANNA COTTRELL
1:51:54
783 LITTLE PIGSANNETTE YEOMANSON
PAUL GERBER
JULIAN SMITH
1:57:06
80NIFTY OVER FIFTIESRUTH GAINSFORD
SHARON JONES
ROSEMARY JACKSON
1:57:28
82TWISTED BLISTERSPAUL BLOOMFIELD
GRAHAM FRYER
DAVID PLATTEN
1:58:30
91TWO BLONDES AND A BRUNETTEOLIVIA NEWSTEAD
MARION BENSLEY
MICHELLE CUTTING
2:05:48
922 JAGS AND A SLOTHJENNIFER NORRIS
HATTIE SWAIN
NOUHA TATE
2:08:58
97BABS BABESPENNY MURRAY
JACKIE GOOCH
BARBARA BUTTON
2:16:06
100DJ'SJULIE JARDINE
DEBBIE HALL
SAM JOHN BEALES
2:29:03
101FASHIONABLY LASTCHARLOTTE HARMER
LAURA HICK
ANGELA HUDSON
2:35:48
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