Bleep Test 21/10/15

Here are the results for tonight’s 31 Kirkstall Bleepers who had a go at this tough test in the sports hall at KLC. Well done all.

Thanks to Alan and James W for organising.

Name Result (Level/shuttles)
Jack Hipkiss (non member) 14.4
Richard Joyce 14.1
James Woodman 13.8
Alan Brydon 13.8
Adam Moger 13.4
Paul Miller 12.12
Chris Hutson 12.6
Alice Murray 12.2
Chris Glover 12.2
Tim (non member) 12.2
Ben Coldwell 11.9
Kevin Longmate 11.8
Mark (non member) 11.6
Niamh Jackson 11.5
Ryan Owens 10.7
Paul Newton 10.5
Randall Haggerty 10.5
Emma Southon 10.3
Emma Brigginsha 10.3
James F (non member) 10.3
Simon Smith 10.2
Catherine McIlroy 9.8
Paul Chapman 9.6
Gary Carlisle 9.6
Adam Nodwell 9.5
James Manthorp 8.8
Becky Dwyer 7.5
Hannah Lee 7.3
Collette Spencer 7.1
Laura Davies 7.1
Vicki Hipkiss 6.6

If you want to check how you did, here are the ratings by age:

Males              
Age very poor poor fair average good very good excellent
12 – 13 yrs < 3/3 3/4 – 5/1 5/2 – 6/4 6/5 – 7/5 7/6 – 8/8 8/9 – 10/9 > 10/9
14 – 15 yrs < 4/7 4/7 – 6/1 6/2 – 7/4 7/5 – 8/9 8/10 – 9/8 9/9 – 12/2 > 12/2
16 – 17 yrs < 5/1 5/1 – 6/8 6/9 – 8/2 8/3 – 9/9 9/10 – 11/3 11/4 – 13/7 > 13/7
18 – 25 yrs < 5/2 5/2 – 7/1 7/2 – 8/5 8/6 – 10/1 10/2 – 11/5 11/6 – 13/10 > 13/10
26 – 35 yrs < 5/2 5/2 – 6/5 6/6 – 7/9 7/10 – 8/9 8/10 – 10/6 10/7 – 12/9 > 12/9
36 – 45 yrs < 3/8 3/8 – 5/3 5/4 – 6/4 6/5 – 7/7 7/8 – 8/9 8/10 – 11/3 > 11/3
46 – 55 yrs < 3/6 3/6 – 4/6 4/7 – 5/5 5/6 – 6/6 6/7 – 7/7 7/8 – 9/5 > 9/5
56 – 65 yrs < 2/7 2/7 – 3/6 3/7 – 4/8 4/9 – 5/6 5/7 – 6/8 6/9 – 8/4 > 8/4
> 65 yrs < 2/2 2/2 – 2/5 2/6 – 3/7 3/8 – 4/8 4/9 – 6/1 6/2 – 7/2 > 7/2
Females              
Age very poor poor fair average good very good excellent
12 – 13 yrs < 2/6 2/6- 3/5 3/6- 5/1 5/2 – 6/1 6/2 – 7/4 7/5 – 9/3 > 9/3
14 – 15 yrs < 3/3 3/4 – 5/2 5/3 – 6/4 6/5 – 7/5 7/6 – 8/7 8/8 – 10/7 > 10/7
16 – 17 yrs < 4/2 4/2 – 5/6 5/7 – 7/1 7/2 – 8/4 8/5 – 9/7 9/8 – 11/10 > 11/11
18 – 25 yrs < 4/5 4/5 – 5/7 5/8 – 7/2 7/3 – 8/6 8/7 – 10/1 10/2 – 12/7 > 12/7
26 – 35 yrs < 3/8 3/8 – 5/2 5/3 – 6/5 6/6 – 7/7 7/8 – 9/4 9/5 – 11/5 > 11/5
36 – 45 yrs < 2/7 2/7- 3/7 3/8- 5/3 5/4 – 6/2 6/3 – 7/4 7/5 – 9/5 > 9/5
46 – 55 yrs < 2/5 2/5 – 3/5 3/6 – 4/4 4/5 – 5/3 5/4 – 6/2 6/3 – 8/1 > 8/1
56 – 65 yrs < 2/2 2/2 – 2/6 2/7 – 3/5 3/6 – 4/4 4/5 – 5/6 5/7 – 7/2 > 7/2
> 65 yrs < 1/5 1/5 – 2/1 2/2 – 2/6 2/7 – 3/4 3/5 – 4/3 4/4 – 5/7 > 5/7

Winter Time Trial Series 14/15 – Race 1 – October

The first of the Winter TT’s this evening with a good turnout of both new and familiar faces. I have to apologise to the new members whose names I’ve are spelt terribly & not included your surnames in the results, please fire across your details & I will happily update.

26 members took part and we also had a great turnout of much needed support on the course. Full results available at this link, including your actual run time.

Reasonably good conditions for an eyes out 5k, cold, dry & no wind. Unfortunately none of those made the course any less lumpy! Adam Nodwell was first across the line followed by Justin Newall & then Nathan (sorry, no surname yet).

 

Predictions will be revised in advance of the next TT based on your run time this evening, and to make it a little harder on you most likely.

Thanks to all those who took part, marshalled, supported & organised. The next one will be in the second week of November (I think), likely to be a Monday. Check the training schedule when it is published at the end of the month.

Remember, this is a winter series & points are accumulated based on your finish position in each TT, with your best 4 results of 6 to count (I think). Overall winners will receive much coveted glory & probably a trophy/plaque of some form. Having hunted around the website I can’t actually find the exact rules, so I’ll get something pulled together over the coming weeks summarising the ins & outs of it, unless someone else can point me in the right direction?

Historic 5k TT results are available here.

Steve

Plusnet Yorkshire Marathon & 10m 2015

We had 14 runners at the Plusnet Yorkshire Marathon and 2 did the 10m event in York on Sunday.

Very well done to all those who ran and especially those who recorded a new PB and those who were running their first marathon or 10m distance..

Marathon Results

Pos Name Time Cat Cat Pos PB?
146 Hal Roberts 03:07:12 M 44 PB
338 Nick Sugden 03:19:58 M 86 PB
826 Ben Coldwell 03:40:33 M 192
1530 Joe Steele 03:59:10 M40 273
1736 Chris Hunt 04:06:13 M35 270 PB
1976 Kieran O’Brien 04:14:28 M35 294
2598 Paul Chapman 04:32:14 M40 405 PB
2614 Dominika Malinowska 04:32:44 F 199 First Marathon
2645 Elizabeth Walker 04:33:54 F 221 First Marathon
2274 Rose George 04:27:32 F45 73
2977 Chris Scott 04:46:27 M 577 First Marathon
3308 Burjor Langdana 04:58:14 M45 381
3430 Neil Marshall 05:09:19 M 653 First Marathon
3443 Hannah Lee 05:14:11 F 315 First Marathon

10 Mile Race

Pos Name Time Cat Cat Pos PB?
40 Adam Moger 01:06:17 M40 9 PB
269 Justin Newall 01:18:42 M35 42 First 10m

Club Championship – Race 16 – Vale of York Half Marathon

In a complete turnaround, from the Rombalds Romp we had one of our most popular CC races in the calendar, with 31 harriers coming out in force chasing PB’s & championship points.

Taking home 50 points was new member Alice Murray-Gourlay, with Helen Burgess and Alyson Glvoer in second & third respectively.

The top two in the league remain as Paul Newton and Patrick Nesden. Kieran O’Brien had a shortlived stay on the bottom step with James Nundy now keeping it warm. (I was probably as surprised as you to see James go from 15th to third in one week. Having checked it out, it’s all down to how the marathon bonus is applied as a replacement score rather than bonus on top – so kudos to you James! Hopefully that’ll aid the recovery a bit!)

Pudsey Post Hill Challenge is now cancelled this year, so race 17 is the Guy Fawkes 10 on 1st November. At the time of writing, 121 places were still available and as this event is usually a sell out I wouldn’t expect there to be any numbers available on the day, ergo, get entered. The same applies to race 18, the Harewood 10 (8th November, 404 places currently remaining). The 2015 Club Championship calendar will then round out with the Abbey Dash on the 15th November. This all makes for a bumper November finale!

Finally – we are now considering next years calendar. I’ll be pulling together a list of potential races for discussion at the next committee meeting – please get your suggestions in. In case you haven’t already noticed, I’m not a local Yorkshire lad, so my knowledge of alternative races nearby is pretty limited! Unless anyone has any objections or suggestions for improvement, it has been agreed that the format & points structure of the CC will remain the same next year, but by all means please get in touch if you have any ideas.

Any errors, omissions or general queries drop me a line on s.w.webb1@gmail.com or find me on Facebook. Next bonus update will follow the Yorkshire marathon.

16 races in and we have had 96 harriers take part.

For the full club championship results table click here.

For the updated league table click here.

Steve Webb