Winter 5k Time Trial – 10 Feb 2016 – Results

5K TIME TRIAL WED 10TH FEB 2016

We had another good turn out with 26 runners braving the cold. Some did admit they may not have been down had they known it was the time trial night !!! Many thanks to Adam who helped with the start and finish and ensured they all got off on time, and recorded with the right time and position. The runners included one new face on the night Sameer Shah. We hope he enjoyed the experience as much as I am sure you all did. There was also a mixture of new and old faces who were doing this years time trial for the first time.  Steve Knight, Yekanth Venkiteela, Sean Scanlon, Jill Camm, Chris  Glover and Fred Maier.

The first member over the line was Becky Dwyer with a run time of 25.12 who we have noticed is getting a bit faster lately – so sorry, your handicap time is going to have to change. She was a good minute and half in front of the next runner, Sameer Shah. 2nd member across the line only 16 seconds behind Sameer was Mark Young in a run time of 21.46. 16 seconds behind Mark was David Hodkin with a run time of 18.02. Bringing up the rear on the night was Adam Nodwell with a run time of 22.04 – who happened to finish first on his first run in October – so bad handicapping on someones part !!! The fastest time was David Hodkin with 18.02, passing 19 runners and just pipping Fred Maier who finished with 18.08 who past 16 runners. Fastest female on the night was Alice with 19.28 who past 13 runners. There was a time lapse of 5.52 between first and last home but allowing for bad handicapping, poor or good run on the night – taking out the top and bottom 2 the time lapse is 3.11 between the other 22 runners.

There is one last run in March – Hooray I hear you all say – and the competition for the best 4 positions out of 6 is hotting up with 10 runners already in contention.

Hope this is okay – Hope to see you Sat morning at Bramley – if not Sunday at Roundhay Park

ta

Peter

RESULTS HERE

Peco XC Race 4 – Golden Acre Park – Club Champs 2016 Race 1

This Sunday saw the first Club Championship race of 2016 (although many people didn’t seem to realise!). More importantly it was Race 4 out of 5 of the PECO season.

With a fantastic turn out (thanks either to the CC or the fact we are pushing for league winners for both women and men), 58 runners took part!

It seems, provisionally, we have won the Ladies Premier Division! Also we are close to promotion back to the Men’s Premier Division, one point behind Abbey Runners with one race to go! Great work everyone!

For the full list of peco results and tables see here.

Now onto the Club Championship results. Well done to Jill Camm who heads the leaderboard with 50 points, closely followed by Kevin Longmate in second. Our star lady (you’re all stars really) Alice came third.

Position Name H’cap Time Diff Time Points
1 Jill Camm 00:41:58 14.78% 00:35:46 50
2 Kevin Longmate 00:37:06 11.74% 00:32:45 49
3 Alice Murray-Gourlay 00:34:27 9.68% 00:31:07 48
4 Rose George 00:43:13 8.35% 00:39:36 47
5 Marion Muir 00:42:46 8.34% 00:39:12 46

The full CC results list can be found here.

Just so you know, CC is not biased, I came 2nd to last!

First look at the table, including bonus points for Kieran’s ultra marathon on New Years Day can be found here.

The next race is Harewood House Half on the 28th February, best get that entry in!

If you have any questions or queries then please email malcolmtaylo789@hotmail.com (I won’t be able to respond until Friday though)

 

See you all soon

 

 

Weekend Results

It was a quiet weekend for our members. We had only two members, Rose George and Tim Dixon, at the Stanbury Splash Fell race and only three in the Brass Monkey Half Marathon at York on Sunday. Tim completed the fell race in 43:17 and Rose in 55:04. At the Brass Monkey, Adam Rhodes recorded a new HM PB of 01:32:36!. Well done Adam. That sub 90 PB is only around the corner! Well done to you all.

BRASS MONKEY HM RESULTS

Chip Time Name Cat Pace PB?
01:28:53 Adam Moger (M) V40 6:47 min/mile
01:31:52 Nick Sugden (M) Open Senior 7:02 min/mile
01:32:36 Adam Rhodes (M) V40 7:05 min/mile PB

PARKRUN RESULTS

We did have many members out at parkrun all around the world (literally) on Saturday. Well done again to Vicki Hipkiss who ran another 5k PB time of 27:54 at Cross Flatts. Here are all our results:

Woodhouse Moor parkrun  
A total of 449 runners took part.
Position ↓ Gender Position   ↓ parkrunner ↓ Run Time ↓
43 42 Adam Patrick NODWELL 00:21:03
50 2 Helen DREW 00:21:32
136 110 James NUNDY 00:24:26
181 142 Ashley James RUSSELL 00:25:55
205 51 Rebecca DWYER 00:26:38
227 60 Rhona CAMERON 00:27:28
261 188 Matt HOOBAN 00:28:23
335 115 Sally RUSSELL 00:30:30
412 163 Eleanor GALLON 00:36:09
Roundhay parkrun    
A total of 350 runners took part.
Position ↓ Gender Position   ↓ parkrunner ↓ Run Time ↓
37 3 Niamh JACKSON 00:22:41
39 36 Joe STEELE 00:22:43
100 86 Colin CHAPMAN 00:24:52
Dewsbury parkrun    
A total of 98 runners took part.
Position ↓ Gender Position   ↓ parkrunner ↓ Run Time ↓
28 24 Liam MEALEY 00:24:14
68 24 Helen GOLDTHORPE 00:28:40
Cross Flatts parkrun    
A total of 126 runners took part.
Position ↓ Gender Position   ↓ parkrunner ↓ Run Time ↓
17 17 Gary CARLISLE 00:22:31
22 21 Neil MARSHALL 00:23:04
26 25 Kieran O’BRIEN 00:23:25
64 12 Vicki HIPKISS 00:27:54 (PB)
Mornington Peninsula parkrun (Australia!)  
A total of 132 runners took part.
Position ↓ Gender Position   ↓ parkrunner ↓ Run Time ↓
15 14 Matthew Thomas WOODHOUSE 00:21:52
Oakwell Hall parkrun    
A total of 223 runners took part.
Position ↓ Gender Position   ↓ parkrunner ↓ Run Time ↓
108 25 Hannah NEWMAN 00:29:29
Bramley parkrun    
A total of 128 runners took part.
Position ↓ Gender Position   ↓ parkrunner ↓ Run Time ↓
3 3 Christopher GLOVER 00:20:38
15 14 Ben COLDWELL 00:22:35
50 47 Malcolm TAYLOR 00:27:22
69 13 Karen LONGFELLOW 00:29:11
82 21 Samantha BROOME 00:31:22
106 38 Gemma Dawn RATHBONE 00:35:23
108 69 Ian BROWN 00:36:23

Winter 5k Time Trial Jan 2016 – Results

5K TIME TRIAL MON 11TH JAN 2016

We had 29 runners out on a night that was not as cold as first thought – fortunately for the late starters who had to wait up to 16 minutes. The runners included 3 new faces to this event – two of which joined the club that night. Was this before or after the event? and has any resigned yet? The two new members were Lisa Gibson who started somewhere in the middle of the pack, and David Hodkin who started towards the rear. The other new face was a relative new member Hannah Newman, who had the pleasure of starting near to the front. The first 4 over the line were Malcolm Taylor, still improving, in a run time of 25.32, followed 31 seconds later by Neil Marshall in a run time of23.03. Third was one of our new members Hannah Newman in a run time of 28.39, 6 seconds behind Neil.  Sorry Hannah but you may find yourself starting later on the next one. Fourth was Lucy Churm in a run time of 24.23, 14 seconds behind Hannah, but because she is coming back to full fitness and had the benefit of an earlier start, generously allocated the fourth prize to Alice Chandler who finished same time as Lucy with a run time of 24.23. Bringing up the rear on the night were Ian Brown, 35.06 and Matt Hooban-Sykes on his comeback, 29.54. The fastest lady on the night was Alice Murray-Gourlay with a run time of 20.23, picking up 11 places and finishing 15th. The fastest man was that man again, Steve Webb with a run time of 18.57. It could have been an interesting battle with Hal Roberts who had a run time of 19.22 and Steve just pipped him to the line by 25 seconds. Both runners picking up 12 and 10 places respectively. Many thanks to Keiran O’Brien and James Woodman for ensuring everyone got off in the right order and time, and (hopefully) recording the correct times and positions of the finishers. The first runner finished in a time of 34.02 and the last runner was 38.24. Taking out the first and last 2 runners the time difference between the 26 runners was 2 minutes 12 seconds. Not too bad for the handicaps but not perfect, especially if you finished lower down the field. Maybe next race? A summary of overall positions of all runners who have done at least 1 of the 4 races to date will be revealed shortly. Don’t forget there are some small prizes for the overall winners of the best 4 out of 6 races.

Cheers. Peter

Tables for handicapped and timed finishing positions are below. For full results spreadsheet and cumulative results click here.

Handicapped Finishing Positions

Name Pos Run Time
Malcolm Taylor 1 25:32
Neil Marshall 2 23:03
Hannah Newman 3 28:39
Lucy Churm 4 24:23
Alice Chandler 5 26:23
David Hodkin 6 28:40
Helen Kucharczyk 7 26:49
Sean Cook 8 21:38
Collette Spencer 9 27:10
Emma Brigginshaw 10 23:12
Carol Moran 11 25:44
Adam Nodwell 12 20:17
Samantha Broome 13 29:18
Helen Burgess 14 23:03
Alice Murray-Gourlay 15 20:23
Patrick Nesden 16 31:12
Stephen Webb 17 18:57
Hal Roberts 18 19:22
Vicki Hipkiss 19 29:08
Shanice Swales 20 29:24
Catherine Barrett 21 24:28
Simon Smith 22 22:05
David Wood 23 29:57
Laura Davies 24 28:17
Ollie Tansey 25 26:05
Chris Hunt 26 26:12
Lisa Gibson 27 25:15
Ian Brown 28 35:06
Matt Sykes-Hooban 29 29:54

Timed Finishing Positions

Name Pos Run Time
Stephen Webb 17 18:57
Hal Roberts 18 19:22
Adam Nodwell 12 20:17
Alice Murray-Gourlay 15 20:23
Sean Cook 8 21:38
Simon Smith 22 22:05
Helen Burgess 14 23:03
Emma Brigginshaw 10 23:12
Neil Marshall 2 23:03
Lucy Churm 4 24:23
Catherine Barrett 21 24:28
Lisa Gibson 27 25:15
Malcolm Taylor 1 25:32
Carol Moran 11 25:44
Chris Hunt 26 26:12
Alice Chandler 5 26:23
Helen Kucharczyk 7 26:49
Ollie Tansey 25 26:05
Collette Spencer 9 27:10
Laura Davies 24 28:17
Hannah Newman 3 28:39
David Hodkin 6 28:40
Samantha Broome 13 29:18
Shanice Swales 20 29:24
Matt Sykes-Hooban 29 29:54
David Wood 23 29:57
Vicki Hipkiss 19 29:08
Patrick Nesden 16 31:12
Ian Brown 28 35:06

Yorkshire XC Champs & Temple Newsam Ten

Many of our members were busy taking part in events this weekend.

Yorkshire County XC Championships

On Saturday it was the Yorkshire XC County Championships at Lightwater Valley. The conditions were wet and very very muddy, but our brave members and a few hardy supporters made the trip and finished the course. Thanks to Alan Brydon for organising thetas for this race.

For photos click here

The results for our runners are:

Ladies
Marion Muir 48:29 (99th)
Julianne Odede 55:18. (128th)
Jill Buckley 1:06:46 (137th)

Men
Alan Brydon 46:27(121st)
Ben Coldwell 48:22 (163rd)
Adam Nodwell 51:55 (205th)
Simon Smith 57:22 (245th)
KieranO Brien 59:14 (251st)
Chris Hudson 1:01:51 (261st)

Temple Newsam Ten

On Sunday we had 16 members running in the first hosting of the Temple Newsam 10. Again it was wet under foot. The event was very well organised and made for an enjoyable race with an impressive goodie bag.

A special “Well Done” goes to Kieran O Brien who did the Yorkshire XC Champs on Saturday and this 10 mile off road race on Sunday.

For photos click here

For full results click here

Our results were:

Pos Name Cat Cat Pos Chip Time
24 Richard Joyce MSEN 14 01:10:04
60 Tim Dixon MSEN 36 01:14:04
71 Chris Glover M50 5 01:16:11
90 Emma Lavelle-Wood F35 4 01:18:11
178 Kieran O’Brien MSEN 81 01:24:34
180 Sean Cook MSEN 83 01:24:40
208 Louise O’Brien F35 13 01:26:46
286 Chris Hunt MSEN 116 01:31:08
332 Alyson Glover F45 11 01:33:04
414 Jim Meta M60 13 01:38:27
497 Hannah Newman FSEN 46 01:46:08
498 Matthew Cox MSEN 145 01:46:10
520 Rhona Cameron F55 20 01:48:48
528 Patrick Nesden M60 18 01:49:51
546 Samantha Broome FSEN 52 01:50:54

PECO XC Race 3 – Middleton Park

It is congratulations all round yet again to our ladies team for finishing first in the premier division of the PECO XC race on Sunday. That makes it 3 wins out of 3 and strengthens their position at the top of the premier league table with 2 races to go.. The men did better than in previous races by coming 2nd in the First Division and gaining on our nearest rivals, Abbey Runners. The men remain in 2nd position in the league. For full results click here.

Thanks also to all those who came out to support and cheer on the teams.

For photos (thanks to Emma Jane and others) click here.

Our runners individual results are shown below. The A team counters are highlighted red. Note only one second claim runner is allow to count for a team.

The fourth race is the series is on Sunday 24th January at Golden Acre Park (11.00am start).

LADIES RACE

Pos Name Cat Time Cat Pos
7 Murray-Gourlay Alice FSEN 36:33:00 6
9 Jackson Niamh F35 37:38:00 1
28 Lavelle-Wood Emma F40 40:42:00 4
36 Drew Helen F35 41:14:00 9
56 Camm Jill F35 42:50:00 15
60 Burgess Helen FSEN 43:06:00 31
64 Yamaguchi Hikari FSEN 43:26:00 33
67 O’Brien Louise F40 44:00:00 11
77 Brigginshaw Emma F35 45:20:00 18
91 King Sheila F50 45:55:00 5
99 Barrett Catherine F35 46:32:00 26
114 Glover Alyson F50 47:32:00 10
118 Muir Marion F40 48:04:00 15
124 George Rose F45 48:15:00 13
130 Malinowska Dominika FSEN 48:43:00 48
142 Spencer Collette F40 49:29:00 24
181 Moran Carol F50 53:13:00 22
185 Davies Laura F35 53:22:00 38
198 Hipkiss Vicki F50 54:41:00 27
202 Walker Liz FSEN 54:51:00 61
210 Broome Samantha FSEN 55:48:00 63
220 Cameron Rhona F55 56:17:00 6
277 Rathbone Gemma FSEN 01:05:37 76
279 Hudson Jill F40 01:06:59 52

MENS RACE

Pos Name Cat Time Cat Pos
25 Hewitt (SC) Phil MSEN 32:33:00 18
48 Hipkiss Jack MSEN 33:42:00 32
76 Coldwell Ben MSEN 34:56:00 45
98 Webb Steve MSEN 35:49:00 57
112 Miller Paul MSEN 36:18:00 67
119 Carter Andrew M50 36:37:00 11
127 Moger Adam M40 37:00:00 25
134 Roberts (SC) Mike MSEN 37:17:00 77
137 Glover Chris M50 37:21:00 14
142 Longmate Kevin MSEN 37:27:00 79
213 Haggerty Randolph M45 40:07:00 32
217 Rhodes Adam MSEN 40:11:00 109
231 Mealey Liam MSEN 40:47:00 113
243 Nodwell Adam MSEN 41:47:00 119
258 Smith Simon M45 43:02:00 39
263 O’Brien Kieran MSEN 43:23:00 126
277 Hudson Chris M40 44:16:00 47
288 Manthorp James MSEN 44:44:00 134
332 Nundy James MSEN 48:21:00 142
367 Taylor Malcolm MSEN 53:09:00 153
369 O’Halloran Sean MSEN 53:16:00 154
382 Hey Peter M60 56:18:00 12
383 Nesden Patrick M60 56:25:00 13