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L2SOTM - The Longparish Second Sunday of The Month Handicap Race

October 2010

Race Held on Sunday 10th October 2010

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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 Colin McNeice 107 04:33 34:08 29:35 01:52 01:52 06:25 2
2 M Jim Dundas 109 08:54 34:41 25:47 01:19 01:19 10:13 2
3 M Dave Henery 106 12:47 34:54 22:07 01:06 01:06 13:53 3
4 F Katie King 38 08:05 35:36 27:31 00:24 01:26 08:29 7
5 J Ben Evans 100 11:48 36:07 24:19 -00:07 00:22 11:41 5
6 F Leyanne McNeice 111 06:00 36:19 30:19 -00:19 -- 05:41 1
7 M Alan Montague-Dennis 63 13:55 36:26 22:31 -00:26 -00:26 13:29 11
8 M David Gould 2 15:04 36:35 21:31 -00:35 -00:35 14:34 34
9 F Gloria Goodliffe 44 -08:30 36:39 45:09 -00:39 01:21 -09:00 12
10 M Nigel Goodliffe 47 -08:30 36:43 45:13 -00:43 01:17 -09:00 9
11 F Jacqui Healey 10 11:05 36:45 25:40 -00:45 -00:45 10:35 30
12 F Hannah Scarfe 112 10:17 36:53 26:36 -00:53 -- 09:24 1
13 M Min Spooner 72 11:56 37:12 25:16 -01:12 -01:12 11:26 6
14 M Jack Dundas 108 07:38 39:09 31:31 -03:09 -03:09 07:08 2
15 M Andy Smith 4 09:49 40:42 30:53 -04:42 -04:42 09:19 25

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Race Report

A cool, hazy day welcomed new runners Leyanne and Hannah to October 2010's L2SOTM, which celebrated its 4th birthday with another solid turnout.

Jack presents the Most Improved People with their trophies

Recently-arrived Colin McNeice must have been training hard: nearly 2 minutes' improvement brought him home as Most Improved Man and Katie King stormed round to successfully defend her Most Improved Woman trophy. Many congratulations to them. A special mention goes to Andy, returning after injury.

With Jeremy and Maggie away marshalling the Solent Half Marathon, special thanks go to Emma Smith, coordinating events, and Jonathan Evans, chief timekeeper for the day. Thanks, too, to Jack as Finishing Marshal and for presenting the trophies; to Graham for helping and supporting; to Maggie for leaving, in absentia, some flapjack for us; to the Goulds (and a tired Katie, after the race) for the signs and to the Cricket Club for the venue.

Last, and absolutely not least, a great big Thank You! goes to Jack and Jim Dundas, whose first run was last month and who brought some absolutely scrummy cakes as post-race recarbohydratification [or whatever - Ed.].

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