Longparish Community Association

L2SOTM - The Longparish Second Sunday of The Month Handicap Race

January 2009

Race Held on Sunday 11th January 2009

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
Data
1 M Jonathan Evans 40 16:24 35:19 18:55 00:41 00:45 17:05 6
2 M Alan Montague-Dennis 63 12:03 35:28 23:25 00:32 00:32 12:35 2
3 F Liz Mayon-White 58 07:56 35:45 27:49 00:15 00:15 08:11 3
4 F Tabitha or Ben (buggy) Mayon-White 65 07:56 35:46 27:50 00:14 -- 08:10 1
5 M Rob Biggs 21 09:18 35:49 26:31 00:11 00:11 09:29 23
6 M David Gould 2 15:11 36:00 20:49 00:00 00:00 15:11 20
7 F Sam West 50 07:05 36:32 29:27 -00:32 -00:32 06:35 5
8 F Sandra Jones 14 07:24 36:33 29:09 -00:33 -00:33 06:54 17
9 F Fiona Gould 3 04:19 36:54 32:35 -00:54 -00:08 03:49 16
10 F Alice Evans 5 16:37 37:08 20:31 -01:08 -01:08 16:07 18
11 M Trevor Elkins 25 02:20 37:56 35:36 -01:56 -01:28 01:50 13
12 M Jeremy Barber 7 12:22 38:19 25:57 -02:19 -02:19 11:52 19
13 F Annie Veerman 54 -04:00 38:24 42:24 -02:24 -- -06:24 1
14 M Ian Beveridge 16 07:22 39:29 32:07 -03:29 -01:07 06:52 21
15 F Claire Barker 64 05:30 42:51 37:21 -06:51 -- -01:21 1

Report

Jack presents the trophies to Liz and JonathanIt was a wonderful sunny morning but bitterly cold with ice on Nun's Walk and The Cleeves making the surface very slippery. We welcomed two new runners, Claire and Annie. Despite the the poor condiditions Jonathan Evans achieved a new personal best which is also a new course record and made him the most improved man. Liz Mayon-White was the most improved woman. Well done to both.

Thanks the Ben, assisted by Simeon, Jack and Maggie for timekeeping, Maggie and Fiona J for refreshments, David for the signs and the Cricket Club for the venue.

 

 

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