Longparish Community Association

L2SOTM - The Longparish Second Sunday of The Month Handicap Race

March 2009

Race Held on Sunday 8th March 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
1 F Liz Mayon-White 58 08:11 34:09 25:58 01:51 01:51 10:02 4
2 F Tabitha or Ben (buggy) Mayon-White 65 08:10 34:10 26:00 01:50 01:50 10:00 2
3 F Alice Evans 5 16:07 36:09 20:02 -00:09 00:29 15:58 19
4 F Sandra Jones 14 06:54 36:12 29:18 -00:12 -00:09 06:42 18
5 M Rob Biggs 21 09:29 36:24 26:55 -00:24 -00:24 09:05 24
6 M Jeremy Barber 7 11:52 36:28 24:36 -00:28 01:21 11:24 20
7 F Wendy Roberts 29 07:45 36:35 28:50 -00:35 -00:35 07:15 9
8 M David Gould 2 15:11 36:47 21:36 -00:47 -00:47 14:41 21
9 M Jeffrey Wiseman 24 05:23 36:52 31:29 -00:52 -00:52 04:53 12
10 M John Scott 17 09:13 36:59 27:46 -00:59 -00:59 08:43 13
11 F Jacqui Healey 10 10:26 37:03 26:37 -01:03 -01:03 09:56 17
12 F Magdalena Leitner 59 03:12 37:50 34:38 -01:50 -01:18 02:42 3
13 F Wendy Beveridge 9 00:00 38:23 38:23 -02:23 -02:16 -00:30 25
14 M Nigel Goodliffe 47 -02:00 43:04 45:04 -07:04 00:53 -02:30 6
15 F Gloria Goodliffe 44 -02:00 43:05 45:05 -07:05 01:21 -02:30 9

Report

It was a lovely sunny morning though a little blustery for the March race. We began with a silence while we remembered Trevor Elkins, one of our regulars who died a few days before the race. Our condolences go to Penny and their family.

Jack presents the cups to Liz and RobThe most improved runners were Liz Mayon-White and Rob Biggs. Well done. Thanks very much to Maggie, the two Fionas and Katie for marshalling, Maggie for the cakes, David for the signs and the Cricket Club for the venue.

Thanks also to Ian who took this album of pictures.

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