Temple Newsam 10 – Club Championship 2017 Race 1

Officially, we had 21 runners running in the 2nd edition of Temple Newsam Ten, which this year sees it in the Harriers Club Championship, early reports are that it’s here to stay?

  Position Bib Name Club Category Category position Chip time Time
28 886 Rowan Temple Kirkstall Harriers MSEN 8/93 01:09:47 01:09:56
47 498 Niamh Jackson Kirkstall Harriers F35 1/77 01:12:35 01:12:46
52 416 Lee Hardy Kirkstall Harriers MSEN 14/93 01:13:05 01:13:12
55 664 Alice Murray-Gourlay Kirkstall Harriers FSEN 34365 01:13:05 01:13:18
57 256 Tim Dixon Kirkstall Harriers MSEN 16/93 01:13:16 01:13:25
73 135 Stephen Burrell Kirkstall Harriers MSEN 22/93 01:14:22 01:14:34
105 368 Christopher Glover Kirkstall Harriers M55 8/36 01:16:56 01:17:09
116 339 Martin Frazer Kirkstall Harriers M50 6/39 01:17:14 01:18:24
199 472 Chris Hudson Kirkstall Harriers M40 35/89 01:22:22 01:23:14
248 399 Paul Grist Kirkstall Harriers M45 34/76 01:25:14 01:26:07
259 679 James Nundy Kirkstall Harriers M40 45/89 01:26:32 01:27:23
276 681 Louise O’Brien Kirkstall Harriers F40 6/76 01:27:14 01:28:07
342 601 Neil Marshall Kirkstall Harriers M35 61/83 01:30:33 01:31:32
403 367 Alyson Glover Kirkstall Harriers F50 28/98 01:34:04 01:34:57
446 718 Alexandra Potts Kirkstall Harriers FSEN 28/98 01:36:09 01:37:03
515 49 Catherine Barrett Kirkstall Harriers F35 35/77 01:40:24 01:41:07
516 669 Hannah Newman Kirkstall Harriers FSEN 44/98 01:40:19 01:41:07
560 84 Karen Boardman Kirkstall Harriers FSEN 51/98 01:42:37 01:43:25
642 562 Hannah Lee Kirkstall Harriers FSEN 71/98 01:48:26 01:49:10
686 446 Peter Hey Kirkstall Harriers M60 10/11 01:51:26 01:52:23
728 303 Jacqueline Elmer Kirkstall Harriers F40 61/76 01:56:49 01:57:58

 

Now onto the other set of results:

The top 3 against their RunBritain handicap is as follows:

Position Name H’cap Time Diff Time Points
1 Alexandra Potts 01:44:40 8.13% 01:36:09 50
2 Stephen Burrell 01:19:25 6.36% 01:14:22 49
3 Paul Grist 01:30:20 5.64% 01:25:14 48

 They also take the top 3 places in the table (Hardmoors 30 people, you need to complete a race to replace it with your bonus).

The full CC results can be found here.
The table can be found here.

Next up, we have Liversedge Half Marathon, for entry details and details for the remainder of 2017 click here

Christmas Fuddle

It was the traditional Christmas Fuddle last night in the LPSA after training. We had many Harriers bringing along food. Some after training and even more arriving just for the fuddle and announcements.

Club Championship 2016

Malcolm Taylor announced the final top three in the 2016 club championship. They are:

1st: Yekanth Ventikeela
2nd: Liz Walker
3rd: Chris Hudson

Congratulations to all three. The trophies will be presented at the AGM in February. The final full league table is here

The race list for the 2017 club championship was published and can be found on this web site here

London Marathon Club Places for 2017

Adam Moger then announced the names of the two members who have been awarded a place in the 2017 London Marathon. Eleven members applied and met the criteria for a club place but the two who were judged by the committee to be most deserving of the places were:

Simon Smith

Malcolm Taylor

Well done to you both and of course the training starts now! Or maybe in the new year.

PECO XC Race 2 – Middleton Park

Well done to all those who ran today. We had 19 ladies and 31 men taking on the Middleton Park course.

Our ladies team were 5th in the premier division (down from 1st in the first race). So a lot to do in the remaining 3 races.

The men improved by two places and finished 5th today.

The individual results are below.

For photos click here

After the race there were presentations for last year’s PECO season. the ladies collected the premiere division winners trophy and Niamh Jack collected the F35 first place trophy. We were also presented with the trophy for winning the PECO Relay club competition and the mens championship league second place trophy. Whahoooo!

Pos Name   Cat Time Cat Pos
8 Jackson Niamh F35 34:21 2
23 Sisimayi Shamiso F35 36:09 7
42 Webster Isobel FSEN 37:20 23
66 Drew Helen F35 38:53 15
70 Brigginshaw Emma F35 39:05 17
114 King Sheila F50 42:09 14
122 Barrett Catherine F35 42:38 28
150 Glover Alyson F50 44:22 22
169 George Rose F45 45:10 15
181 Roe Jemma FSEN 45:45 60
186 Ruxton Sarah FSEN 46.04 61
192 Hipkiss Vicki F50 46:25 34
208 Newman Hannah FSEN 47:18 65
217 Moran Carol F55 48:27 11
218 Boardman Karen FSEN 48:28 66
227 Lee Hannah FSEN 49:19 69
246 Walker Liz FSEN 51:19 70
269 Broome Samantha FSEN 54:39 74
270 Sandhu Baldish F45 54:58 34
Pos Name   Cat Time Cat Pos
22 Maier Fred MSEN 29:21 18
35 Hipkiss Jack MSEN 30:27 23
66 Hodkin David MSEN 31:48 43
78 Longmate Kevin MSEN 32:09 50
85 Roberts Hal MSEN 32:20 53
86 Dixon Tim MSEN 32:22 54
108 Carter Andrew M50 33:20 8
117 Moger Adam M40 33:38 22
139 Hardy Lee MSEN 34:22 78
144 Burrell Stephen MSEN 34:33 80
146 Nodwell Adam MSEN 34:36 81
167 Roberts Mike MSEN 35:25 92
172 Glover Chris M55 35:32 11
194 Frazer Martin M50 36:35 20
195 Hands Simon MSEN 36:35 101
203 Boardman Simon MSEN 36:52 104
212 Haggerty Randolph M45 37:04 27
216 Clark Ben MSEN 37:20 108
227 Kasparek Matt MSEN 37:45 111
229 Carlisle Gary M50 37:57 27
236 Rhodes Adam M40 38:27 38
244 Mawer Jim MSEN 38:59 115
247 Savage Martin M40 39:02 41
259 Nundy James MSEN 39:30 119
263 O’Brien Kieran M40 39:38 43
266 Hudson Chris M40 39:44 44
290 Smith Simon M45 40:41 38
324 Britton Peter M55 42:06 33
365 O’Halloran Sean MSEN 45:56 146
366 Mallone Ewan MSEN 45:58 147
382 Hey Peter M60 50:29 12

Winter 5k Time Trial No. 3

We had 22 runners for this the third race of winter. Amongst these were 4 new faces to the event, Charlotte Rounding, Jenny Waite, Simon Hands and Jack Hipkiss. We also did it the reverse way round, so the regular Wednesday nighters had a taste/test? of the different option. They were also the odd few claiming special dispensation due to injuries etc but all in all the finish times were quite good. Only 4 got pb’s so was this due to the reverse route – or the Christmas Meal the night before? First over the line was Simon Hands with a run time of 21.17, so his time will come down next month. 10 seconds behind was Jemma Roe, coming back from “maternity leave” with a run time of 26.27. Third over the line was Adam Moger, 6 seconds behind Jemma – but only because we shouted the panto slogan to Jemma “he’s behind you” Adams time was 20.33, so I think Adam has had enough sympathy now – and back to reality start times for him. Just missing out by 6 seconds in 4th place was James Nundy recording his first ever time at this event of 22.37. Sadly the last over the line on the night was Sean Scanlon with a run time of 24.48, – over 2 minutes slower than Octobers time, so maybe he had a double helping of Christmas pud. Fastest man on the night was Jack “Jackie” Hipkiss with a run time of 18.21, but we may have been a bit harsh with his estimated time. Fastest lady on the night was Isobel Webster with a run time of 22.21. Pb’s went to Dave Wood Jaquie Elmer, Simone Salgado and Lee Hardy.

Many thanks to Vikki Hipkiss and Sam Broome for doing a marvellous job with starting everyone off on time and recording the correct times and names at the finish.

Don’t forget we give trophies to the best overall 3 runners out of 4 runs at the end of the series, so with 3 runs still to go there is still plenty of opportunity for all.

Results below.

Cheers

Peter

TT No.3 – December Results