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L2SOTM - The Longparish Second Sunday of The Month Handicap Race

May 2013

Race Held on Sunday 12th May 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 J Evie Hillier 178 -00:23 32:28 32:51 03:32 03:32 03:09 2
2 M Christopher Edwards 167 08:38 34:20 25:42 01:40 01:40 10:18 2
3 F Sarah Nelson 23 08:29 34:34 26:05 01:26 04:12 09:55 17
4 F Liz Sparrow 179 04:00 35:32 31:32 00:28 -- 04:28 1
5 M Dave Henery 106 12:26 35:38 23:12 00:22 00:22 12:48 30
6 M Chris Vincent 168 11:56 35:40 23:44 00:20 00:20 12:16 4
7 M Jeremy Barber 7 11:16 36:16 25:00 -00:16 -00:16 11:00 52
8 F Rachel Waite 174 08:08 36:27 28:19 -00:27 -00:27 07:41 2
9 J Magnus Strøier 170 -07:30 36:39 44:09 -00:39 11:26 -08:00 2
10 F Elizabeth Prince 11 11:00 37:41 26:41 -01:41 -00:41 10:30 14
11 M Andrew Gibson 67 09:05 40:10 31:05 -04:10 -04:10 08:35 9
12 J Sebastian Crook 166 -03:00 44:14 47:14 -08:14 -05:25 -03:30 2

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Race Report

With lots of regulars off at the Marwell 10K and the Prague Marathon and the Evans family on a big bike ride, there was a small but select field for the May race. The weather was cool and overcast; where was the summer weather of a few days before? We welcomed new runner Liz Sparrow from Chilbolton on her first ever running race. It was good to see you, Liz. Let's hope it is the first of many.

our winnersEvie Hillier stormed home, well ahead of the field, to take the Rising Star trophy. Special mention also goes to Magnus Stroier who beat his previous time by around 10 minutes. Well done! In second place was Chris Edwards our most Improved Man and Sarah Nelson in 3rd place was Most Improved Woman.

Thanks go to the adults who accompanied juniors and, in Elizabth's case to the junior, her son Jack, who cycled with her and urged her to greater efforts.

Thanks very much to Di, Fiona for doing the signs and marshaling and to Maggie marshalling, photography and the flapjack. And thanks, of course, to the Cricket Club for the lovely venue.

The next race is on Sunday 9 June at the usual time of 10am. Just for fun we hope that some people will be running while also taking part in a 24hr race at the same time.

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