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L2SOTM - The Longparish Second Sunday of The Month Handicap Race

October 2014

Race Held on Sunday 12th October 2014

Skip over the results to the report

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 Ian Beveridge 16 07:51 33:58 26:07 02:02 04:48 09:53 66
2 J Magnus Strøier 170 00:56 39:03 38:07 -03:03 -01:54 00:26 9
3 J Emma Strøier 214 -04:00 34:36 38:36 01:24 -- -02:36 1
4 J Daniel Sanderson 213 00:08 34:39 34:31 01:21 01:21 01:29 2
5 J Ben Evans 100 14:58 34:59 20:01 01:01 01:01 15:59 15
6 M James Masters 153 12:28 35:19 22:51 00:41 00:41 13:09 19
7 M Jim Dundas 109 13:41 35:30 21:49 00:30 00:30 14:11 39
8 M Tony Reid 209 11:19 35:41 24:22 00:19 00:19 11:38 2
9 F Alice Evans 5 15:03 36:12 21:09 -00:12 00:30 14:51 54
10 M Glynne Evans 132 12:05 37:25 25:20 -01:25 -01:25 11:35 20

* The Stroiers all started together, so Magnus started earlier than he would have done if he'd been on his own. To avoid breaking the next handicap calculation, I've set his real handicap in the results and adjusted his finish time to what it would have been to keep the same run time. That's why he seems to be a bit out of place — David

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Race Report

The Most Improved Runners with the trophies

The weather was good for the October race and most of the runners broke their handicaps.

First home and over two minutes inside his handicap was Ian Beveridge who was our Most Improved Man. The Rising Star Trophy went to Daniel Sanderson and Alice Evans was Most Improved Woman.

Particular thanks to everyone who helped out and of course to the Longparish Cricket Club for the lovely venue.

The next race is on Sunday 9th November starting earlier than usual at 9am at the Cricket Ground. It is a handicap race so runners of all abilities have a chance to win!

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