Longparish Community Association

L2SOTM - The Longparish Second Sunday of The Month Handicap Race

November 2021

Race Held on Sunday 14th November 2021

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
Data
1 M James Grant 419 11:00 32:18 21:18 03:42 -- 14:42 1
2 F Laura Carswell 395 06:30 32:24 25:54 03:36 -- 10:06 1
3 F Jo Clare 403 06:46 34:49 28:03 01:11 01:11 07:57 7
4 F Sandra Doney 253 08:50 35:17 26:27 00:43 00:49 09:33 51
5 F Dawne Laing 418 -01:00 35:25 36:25 00:35 -- -00:25 1
6 M James Masters 153 06:00 35:30 29:30 00:30 00:30 06:30 56
7 F Wendy Beveridge 9 -06:46 35:32 42:18 00:28 02:22 -06:18 96
8 F Blaithin O'Dea 410 07:03 35:39 28:36 00:21 00:21 07:24 3
9 M Jeremy Barber 7 08:00 35:46 27:46 00:14 00:15 08:14 123
10 M Dennis Doney 252 11:44 35:52 24:08 00:08 00:08 11:52 52
11 F Claire Collier 321 08:00 35:56 27:56 00:04 00:50 08:04 15
12 M Dave Henery 106 11:33 36:20 24:47 -00:20 -00:09 11:13 104
13 M Wojtek Majka 304 10:31 36:34 26:03 -00:34 01:13 10:01 6
14 M Raymond Searle 404 14:45 36:38 21:53 -00:38 -00:38 14:15 4
15 F Christina Searle 405 14:18 36:41 22:23 -00:41 -00:28 13:48 3
16 M Jim Dundas 109 13:11 36:46 23:35 -00:46 -00:10 12:41 104
17 M Mark Curtis 235 16:25 37:05 20:40 -01:05 -01:05 15:55 14
18 M Mike Dukes 336 02:34 37:14 34:40 -01:14 -01:14 02:04 18
19 M Luke Pierce 271 15:01 37:37 22:36 -01:37 -01:37 14:31 48
20 M Ian Beveridge 16 09:32 38:31 28:59 -02:31 00:44 09:02 122
21 M Andy Smith 4 08:24 41:09 32:45 -05:09 -05:09 07:54 87

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Race Report

Conditions were good for the November race and more than half our runners broke their handicaps. Well done all.

We welcomed new runners, James Grant, Laura Carswell and Dawne Laing and welcomed back Mark Curtis after a four-year absence.

James and Laura finished first and second. Like many newcomers, they underestimated how well they would do in race conditions. Mr Handicap will sort that out next time.

Most Improved Woman and 3rd overall was Jo Clare with a personal best time. And it was good to see James Masters as our Most Improved Man. He is back to form after a long recovery from injury.

Jo was presented with a hand sanitiser bottle as a temporary trophy. We'll hunt for the cup.

Jo was presented with a bottle of hand sanitiser as a temporary trophy while we track down the cup.

Thanks very much to Maggie Barber, Andy Smith, Nick and Sarah Collier, Pauline Brownlow and David Gould for helping and the Cricket Club for the lovely venue.

Our next event is on Sunday 12th December. It is our Christmas edition and will be followed by seasonal refreshments. Santa hats may be worn but are not compulsory. New runners are always welcome. You don't have to be fast.

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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