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L2SOTM - The Longparish Second Sunday of The Month Handicap Race

March 2015

Race Held on Sunday 8th March 2015

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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 Jenson Paddy 176 -02:25 29:21 31:46 06:39 06:39 04:14 2
2 F Tanya Timms 225 00:01 33:07 33:06 02:53 -- 02:54 1
3 M Jim Dundas 109 12:41 34:49 22:08 01:11 01:14 13:52 44
4 F Angela Dewey 224 02:26 35:12 32:46 00:48 00:48 03:14 2
5 F Camilla Janmohamed 219 06:29 35:50 29:21 00:10 00:10 06:39 4
6 M Ian Beveridge 16 09:40 36:01 26:21 -00:01 -00:01 09:39 71
7 J Daniel Sanderson 213 02:19 36:27 34:08 -00:27 -00:17 01:52 6
8 J Magnus Strøier 170 -00:04 36:28 36:32 -00:28 01:16 -00:32 11
9 M Robert Bryan 217 13:15 36:28 23:13 -00:28 -00:28 12:47 4
10 F Wendy Beveridge 9 -00:59 36:53 37:52 -00:53 00:04 -01:29 49
11 J Wilf Hillier 177 08:51 37:08 28:17 -01:08 -01:08 08:21 7
12 F Jacqui Healey 10 09:23 37:09 27:46 -01:09 04:07 08:53 55
13 M David Gould 2 14:14 37:21 23:07 -01:21 -01:10 13:44 70
14 M Rob Biggs 21 08:33 37:27 28:54 -01:27 00:44 08:03 71
15 M Dave Henery 106 12:50 38:19 25:29 -02:19 -02:19 12:20 48

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Race Report

The Most Improved Runners Jim, Jenson and Angela.

There was a little chill in the air for the running of the 100th Lonparish Second Sunday of the Month race (L2SOTM). With Jeremy away in the Falkland Islands competing in the Standard Chartered Stanley Marathon, race organisation fell to Andy Smith and Tony Reid. It was an eye-opener to see how much work Jeremy and Maggie put into organising each run and how they must now have it down to a fine art. Jeremy had left a 31 bullet point list of instructions!

Anyhow, all went well and first home and winner of the Rising Star trophy, with a huge improvement on his previous time, was Jenson Paddy. Next, running off an estimated time, was Tanya Timms. Third home and the Most Improved Man was Jim Dundas and next was Angela Dewey who with a PB was the Most Improved Lady.

Thank you to Oscar and Nina and to all those who helped with cakes, refreshments and stopwatches. Thank you as always to the Longparish Cricket Club for allowing us to start and finish the race at the cricket ground.

Next month, on April 12th, we shall be officially celebrating the 100th running of L2SOTM. We are hoping that as many people who have run the race before and new runners will come along. Please let Jeremy know if you intend to run.

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