Longparish Community Association

L2SOTM - The Longparish Second Sunday of The Month Handicap Race

December 2009

Race Held on Sunday 13th December 2009

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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 M Louis Collard 89 08:23 31:11 22:48 04:49 -- 13:12 1
2 F Melanie Grierson 91 00:00 32:49 32:49 03:11 -- 03:11 1
3 F Wendy Ellicock 90 00:00 32:49 32:49 03:11 -- 03:11 1
4 M Kieron Parnell 88 06:00 35:07 29:07 00:53 -- 06:53 1
5 F Katie King 38 08:33 35:28 26:55 00:32 00:32 09:05 4
6 M Jeremy Barber 7 11:27 35:33 24:06 00:27 00:27 11:54 26
7 M David Gould 2 15:42 35:39 19:57 00:21 00:21 16:03 27
8 M Jon Bennett 80 10:46 35:48 25:02 00:12 00:12 10:58 4
9 F Jacqui Healey 10 10:05 35:56 25:51 00:04 00:39 10:09 24
10 M Neil Brizland 86 14:34 36:02 21:28 -00:02 -00:02 14:32 2
11 F Sandra Jones 14 08:09 36:03 27:54 -00:03 -00:03 08:06 23
12 F Alice Evans 5 16:42 36:06 19:24 -00:06 -00:06 16:36 26
13 M John Ellicock 84 10:31 36:11 25:40 -00:11 -00:11 10:20 4
14 M Mike Stead 73 15:16 36:14 20:58 -00:14 -00:14 15:02 5
15 M Alan Montague-Dennis 63 14:06 36:55 22:49 -00:55 -00:55 13:36 6

Report

Jack Ellicock presenting Katie and Jeremy with the Most Improved Runners' cups

A cool but bright day welcomed 15 runners to the Christmas L2SOTM including new runners Melanie, Wendy, Kieron and Louis (all of whom were significantly pessimistic about their running times). Conditions were good, with around half the rest of the runners improving on their times and a spread of only a minute and a half across the runners on a real handicap.

Katie managed a storming run to retain the ladies' Most Improved trophy, while Jeremy scored his 5th Most Improved Man to make him the most often Most Improved Man since records began.

After the race, we were treated to mince pies and mulled wine, which helped warm us up and gave the festivities a kick start.

The runners and helpers enjoying mulled wine and mince pies after the race.

Thanks go to Jeremy and Maggie for the pies and wine and Jeffrey for being barman; to Maggie and all her helpers for the timekeeping; to Jack for marshalling and presenting the awards; to the Goulds for putting the signs out; and to the Cricket Club for allowing us to use their facilities.

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