Longparish Community Association

L2SOTM - The Longparish Second Sunday of The Month Handicap Race

September 2021

Race Held on Sunday 12th September 2021

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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 09:58 32:04 22:06 03:56 05:35 13:54 33
2 M Robert Bryan 217 13:20 34:59 21:39 01:01 02:49 14:21 45
3 M Raymond Searle 404 14:24 35:39 21:15 00:21 00:21 14:45 3
4 M Mike Dukes 336 02:09 35:56 33:47 00:04 01:21 02:13 16
5 M Jeremy Barber 7 08:43 36:13 27:30 -00:13 -00:13 08:30 121
6 F Jo Clare 403 07:11 36:25 29:14 -00:25 -00:25 06:46 6
7 M Dave Henery 106 12:03 36:41 24:38 -00:41 -00:19 11:33 103
8 F Christina Searle 405 14:48 36:43 21:55 -00:43 -00:43 14:18 2
9 M James Masters 153 06:18 36:53 30:35 -00:53 00:29 05:48 54
10 F Jacqui Healey 10 09:45 37:01 27:16 -01:01 -00:33 09:15 77
11 M Roger Bradley 335 -01:36 37:26 39:02 -01:26 01:47 -02:06 16
12 M Nick Collier 315 15:04 37:34 22:30 -01:34 -01:34 14:34 13
13 F Wendy Beveridge 9 -06:16 38:24 44:40 -02:24 -01:38 -06:46 95
14 M Ian Beveridge 16 10:02 39:45 29:43 -03:45 -03:45 09:32 121

Pictures

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Race Report

Conditions were good for the September race.

Before we started Forton's Dave Henery was awarded a special tee-shirt to mark 100 runs.

Dave won't be missed wearing his 100 tee-shirt.

Lee Gregory was flying. On his 33rd run, he finished three minutes ahead of the field and recorded a personal best time by over a minute.

Most Improved Woman was Jo Clare.

Well done all!

Well done all! Thanks very much to Maggie Barber, Andy Smith, Claire and Sarah Collier, Luke Pierce and David Gould for helping and the Cricket Club for the lovely venue. The run was the day after the fete and it is great to see the Cricket Club welcoming people to the ground.

Our next event is on Sunday 10th October. New runners are always welcome. You don't have to be fast. Times this month ranged from 21 minutes to 44 minutes.

Your start time depends on how fast you are. For your first race it will be based on your estimated time. After that your handicap will be based on your most recent result. Slower runners will start first with the fastest last so the winner is the person who improves most.

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Most Improved Man and a PB. Well done Lee!

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