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L2SOTM - The Longparish Second Sunday of The Month Handicap Race

February 2013

Race Held on Sunday 10th February 2013

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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 Chris Vincent 168 09:00 34:30 25:30 01:30 -- 10:30 1
2 M David Roebuck 160 05:47 35:29 29:42 00:31 00:31 06:18 3
3 M Dave Henery 106 12:37 35:42 23:05 00:18 00:18 12:55 27
4 F Alice Evans 5 15:14 35:51 20:37 00:09 00:09 15:23 45
5 F Lizzie Vincent 169 09:00 36:06 27:06 -00:06 -- 08:54 1
6 F Sarah King 155 13:26 36:14 22:48 -00:14 -00:04 13:12 5
7 M Gavin Whatley 164 15:26 36:23 20:57 -00:23 -00:23 15:03 2
8 M David Gould 2 14:44 36:29 21:45 -00:29 -00:29 14:15 52
9 M Rob Biggs 21 07:16 36:32 29:16 -00:32 -00:27 06:46 56
10 M Christopher Edwards 167 09:15 36:37 27:22 -00:37 -- 08:38 1
11 M James Masters 153 12:20 38:14 25:54 -02:14 -01:23 11:50 6
12 M Jim Dundas 109 12:41 38:19 25:38 -02:19 -01:30 12:11 24
13 F Wendy Beveridge 9 00:17 38:57 38:40 -02:57 00:36 -00:13 34
14 F Katie King 38 08:56 39:04 30:08 -03:04 -03:04 08:26 20
15 M Louis Collard 89 13:22 39:36 26:14 -03:36 -03:36 12:52 5
16 M Ian Beveridge 16 10:53 44:27 33:34 -08:27 -04:31 10:23 51
17 M Jesper Strøier 156 08:59 52:05 43:06 -16:05 -16:05 08:29 4
18 J Magnus Strøier 170 09:45 01:05:20 55:35 -29:20 -- -19:35 1

Pictures

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Race Report

Despite the unappetizing weather—grey, dismal, cool and damp—and the puddles everywhere (right across the road in places), a good number of runners competed in this month’s L2SOTM. We were delighted to welcome new runners Christopher, Chris and Lizzie to their first L2SOTM.

David and Alice receiving the Most Improved trophies from Emma

The “interesting” going underfoot—some of the puddles were hiding potholes and there was plenty of water everywhere—perhaps meant that times were generally a little down. Only three runners with a real handicap managed to show an improvement. First of these was last month’s Most Improved Man who knocked another half minute off his time. Congratulations to David Roebuck on retaining the trophy. Congratulations, too, to Alice Evans, who romped through the field to finish as Most Improved Woman, retaining her trophy too. The only other time the men’s and women’s trophies have been retained by both was in February last year.

Magnus finishing his first marathon effort

Magnus Stroier, at five and a half, magnificently completed the course under his own steam to become the month’s Rising Star: well done, Magnus!

Many thanks to Katie and Emma Evans who, aided and abetted by Maggie, organised the race in Jeremy’s absence. Thanks also to David and helpers for the signs, to Maggie and Jim for the refreshments and, of course, to the Cricket Club for the lovely venue.

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.

Next month’s race coincides with Mothering Sunday, so it is being started at the earlier time of 9am.

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