Longparish Community Association

L2SOTM - The Longparish Second Sunday of The Month Handicap Race

October 2008

Race Held on Sunday 12th October 2008

Skip over the results to the report.

Most Improved Runner Course Record Personal Best Best This Year Off Estimated Time
Position Cat. Name Number Starting
Handicap
Finish Time Run Time Faster than
Handicap
Faster than
Last Run
Next
Handicap
Runs
to date
1 F Liz Mayon-White 58 -04:00 26:17 30:17 09:43 -- 05:43 1
2 F Sam West 50 06:01 34:57 28:56 01:03 01:03 07:04 3
3 F Sandra Jones 14 06:02 34:57 28:55 01:03 01:03 07:05 14
4 F Elizabeth Prince 11 09:30 35:34 26:04 00:26 01:37 09:56 8
5 F Wendy Roberts 29 07:10 35:45 28:35 00:15 00:15 07:25 6
6 M Ian Beveridge 16 08:21 35:59 27:38 00:01 00:01 08:22 18
7 F Jacqui Healey 10 10:37 36:11 25:34 -00:11 -00:11 10:26 16
8 F Wendy Beveridge 9 -00:35 36:20 36:55 -00:20 00:05 -00:55 22
9 M David Gould 2 15:53 36:24 20:31 -00:24 -00:24 15:29 18
10 M Rob Biggs 21 10:12 38:03 27:51 -02:03 -02:03 09:42 20
11 F Gloria Goodliffe 44 -06:30 39:56 46:26 -03:56 -03:56 -07:00 8
12 M Nigel Goodliffe 47 -05:48 40:09 45:57 -04:09 -04:09 -06:18 5

Report

Sam enjoys her first 'most improved' cup

The last few weeks have been an indian summer and 12th October was no exception: sunny, but not too warm to run briskly. Twelve runners competed.

We welcomed Liz Mayon-White to her first race here, running off a rather pessimistic estimate and finishing well ahead of the rest of the field.

Sam and Sandra have been egging each other on these last two months, with the 'Most Improved Lady' cup being awarded to each of them. This month, it was Sam's turn to cross the line ahead.

Jack and the Most Improved runners

Ian, just 2 weeks after running the Berlin Marathon, overcame the fatigue to turn in a strong performance and become October's 'Most Improved Man'.

Thanks very much to Jack, Richard and Fiona for officiating and manning the food stall and the Cricket Club for the venue.

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