Longparish Community Association

L2SOTM - The Longparish Second Sunday of The Month Handicap Race

October 2020

Race Held on Sunday 11th October 2020

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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 M Lee Gregory 250 08:16 32:48 24:32 03:12 04:48 11:28 29
2 M Matt Doughty-Jones 390 08:29 33:43 25:14 02:17 02:17 10:46 2
3 F Sylvia Crook 402 06:12 34:23 28:11 01:37 01:37 07:49 2
4 M Allan McKinnon 279 16:28 34:49 18:21 01:11 01:11 17:39 2
5 M Jim Dundas 109 14:02 35:38 21:36 00:22 00:22 14:24 98
6 M Nick Collier 315 14:57 35:48 20:51 00:12 00:51 15:09 10
7 M Mike Dukes 336 02:58 35:49 32:51 00:11 01:16 03:09 13
8 F Jacqui Healey 10 10:31 35:49 25:18 00:11 00:11 10:42 72
9 F Jo Clare 403 06:00 35:50 29:50 00:10 -- 06:10 1
10 M Luke Pierce 271 15:05 35:51 20:46 00:09 00:41 15:14 42
11 F Sandra Doney 253 10:01 35:57 25:56 00:03 00:03 10:04 45
12 M James Masters 153 06:50 36:02 29:12 -00:02 01:36 06:48 52
13 M Christopher Edwards 167 09:24 36:11 26:47 -00:11 -00:11 09:13 25
14 M Ian Beveridge 16 08:09 36:30 28:21 -00:30 -00:30 07:39 117
15 M Jeremy Barber 7 09:20 36:52 27:32 -00:52 -00:52 08:50 115
16 M Raymond Searle 404 14:30 37:07 22:37 -01:07 -- 13:23 1
17 M Dennis Doney 252 12:40 37:22 24:42 -01:22 -01:22 12:10 45
18 M Wojtek Majka 304 10:32 38:59 28:27 -02:59 -02:59 10:02 3
19 M Andy Smith 4 08:36 39:31 30:55 -03:31 -01:31 08:06 82

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Race Report

It was a beautiful, sunny, great-to-be-alive morning for the 162nd edition of the L2SOTM. We welcomed new runners Jo Clare and Raymond Searle and welcomed back Al McKinnon after a four-year break.

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First home was Lee Gregory who broke his handicap by over three minutes to become our Most Improved Man. Next was Matt Doughty-Jones with a new personal record. Most Improved Lady was Sylvia Crook who was in 3rd place, also with a personal record. Special mention goes to Jacqui Healey who had her best time for seven years. Well done all!

One runner said afterwards how good it was to get back to some semblance of normality; a sentiment shared by all.

Thanks very much to Maggie Barber, Andy Smith, David Gould, Christina Searle and Karl Gailer for helping and the Cricket Club for the lovely venue.

If Covid restrictions permit, we'll be back in November and we will welcome you if you'd like to run. But you'll have to enter in advance and numbers are limited. The new rules are on the website.

Most Improved Lady, Sylvia Crook

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