Longparish Community Association

L2SOTM - The Longparish Second Sunday of The Month Handicap Race

May 2012

Race Held on Sunday 13th May 2012

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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
Data
1 F Sheila Evans 131 01:41 34:25 32:44 01:35 02:45 03:16 9
2 M Jim Dundas 109 11:59 34:47 22:48 01:13 01:13 13:12 16
3 M Simeon Evans 101 09:12 35:05 25:53 00:55 00:55 10:07 11
4 M Alex Collins 83 10:54 35:11 24:17 00:49 00:49 11:43 2
5 M Glynne Evans 132 11:29 35:16 23:47 00:44 00:44 12:13 7
6 F Wendy Beveridge 9 -02:00 35:18 37:18 00:42 01:19 -01:18 29
7 J Matthieu Rident 110 15:31 35:20 19:49 00:40 01:02 16:11 8
8 M Jeremy Barber 7 10:37 35:24 24:47 00:36 00:36 11:13 43
9 M Rob Biggs 21 08:18 35:37 27:19 00:23 00:23 08:41 48
10 F Alice Evans 5 15:47 35:45 19:58 00:15 00:15 16:02 40
11 M Jack Dundas 108 08:40 36:38 27:58 -00:38 -00:38 08:10 15
12 M Ian Beveridge 16 07:53 37:02 29:09 -01:02 -01:02 07:23 43
13 M Dave Henery 106 12:53 37:58 25:05 -01:58 -00:24 12:23 19
14 M Jeffrey Wiseman 24 05:01 38:19 33:18 -02:19 -02:19 04:31 28

Race Report

It was a lovely morning for the May race and there was the added attraction of a match on the cricket pitch. We welcomed Jeffrey Wiseman aka the Come Back Kid, after a long period of injury.

L2SOTM May 2012 WinnersFirst home and Most Improved Woman was Sheila Evans. Jim Dundas has been going well lately and made a last minute surge to be Most Improved Man.

The new Rising Star trophy for Most Improved Junior went to Simeon Evans. Matthieu Rident was close behind but didn't quite catch him.

Thanks very much to Maggie, Allyette, Katie and Jack for marshalling, to Maggie for the flapjack, Jim for the scrummy cake, Fiona for the signs and to the Cricket Club for the lovely venue.

We look forward to seeing you at the next race on Sunday 10 June starting at 10am at the Cricket Ground. Runners of all standards are welcome as are brisk walkers. It is a handicap race so the slowest have as much chance of winning the cups as the fastest. Supporters of all ages are very welcome.

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