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  • 28 Mar 2016 7:37 PM | Anonymous member

    Some highlights this week:

    -Everything is Rosy at Dulwich as Chasers dominate
    -Two intrepid Chasers cross oceans in the hunt for running glory
    -Burgess sees a Lacey Legacy
    -Chasers couple capture Chichester crowns
    -Strong performances at River Thames Half

    OLD MUTUAL TWO OCEANS ULTRA MARATHON (56k)

    Congrats to Lorraine who completed this hilly South African Ultra in an impressive time. I have heard that Lorraine clocks quite a few miles so I wouldn't be surprised if she had run from London to Cape Town and back as a warm up/warm down. The overall position doesn't seem to be on the web site yet

    Lorraine Kelsey 05:17:39

    OLD MUTUAL TWO OCEANS HALF MARATHON

    Oh. Tidy! Nessa put in a great effort despite choosing the lazier option of a Half. She didn't really expect to complete it in under 3 hours so expectations have been surpassed! The overall position doesn't seem to be on the web site yet

    Vanessa Sandison 02:39:01

    RIVER THAMES HALF MARATHON

    An InTeagueing contest between David and Christina. An excellent 6th place for David, but a 5th Female spot for Christina! I'll let them have a heated discussion over who won that one...

    6 David Teague 01:23:53 (PB)
    50 Christina Teague 01:35:51 (5th lady)
    101 Paul Hayes 01:43:45
    218 Laura Guga-Voyce 02:00:42

    WORLD HALF MARATHON CHAMPIONSHIPS

    2750 Charlotte Healy 01:44:32
    3322 Lloyd Emeka 01:47:05

    GOOD FRIDAY KILLARNEY 5 MILER

    An excellent 10th place out of 453 for Brian

    10 Brian Cronin 00:29:26

    WIMBLEDON COMMON PARKRUN

    16 Thomas Flannery 00:20:12
    73 Claire Adams 00:23:31 (6th Lady)

    HARROW PARKRUN

    17 Andy Ormesher 00:21:39
    18 Rache Porter 00:21:41 (2nd Lady)

    IPSWICH PARKRUN

    315 Vanessa Lincoln 00:37:11

    KINGSTON PARKRUN

    57 Phil Logoreci 00:24:58

    BROCKWELL PARKRUN

    Congrats to Leanne who completed her 50th parkrun with a new best Brockwell time (just outside overall parkrun PB). Enjoy the 12 month wait for your 50 t-shirt Leanne!

    22 Leanne Meredith 00:21:03 (2nd Lady)
    46 Mark Wharton 00:22:41

    CARLISLE PARKRUN

    39 Jenn Ruddick 00:22:39 (4th Lady)

    BOURNEMOUTH PARKRUN

    153 Kirsty Lenthall 00:26:49

    OAK HILL PARKRUN

    35 Christine Helen James 00:24:00 (5th Lady)

    POOLE PARKRUN

    120 Katherine French 00:22:29

    HORSHAM PARKRUN

    12 Richard Heap 00:19:18

    DULWICH PARKRUN

    Crowds flocked to see the action in Dulwich, and they would have left with plenty of stories to tell their grandchildren.

    Neil was Aiken for another 1st place parkrun finish and he did not let the side down. Hot on his heels were Hamish who Cropped the opposition down to size, Martin who gave his rivals a jolly good Ruttering, and Richard who Bulldozed his adversaries into submission with a new PB

    The ladies were not to be outshone and it was they who grabbed the PB's. Congratulations to Hurricane Harvey who was 1st lady in a new PB. Coops finished 2nd lady and there were also well deserved PB's for Gemma (in her 147th parkrun no less!) and Rachel.

    I recall seeing a post a while ago on Strava from Kevin Smith, aka The Formerly Fat Controller (credit: Reynolds, B – 2015) which he entitled 'Winter miles make Summer smiles'. My first thought upon reading that was 'wow – that's quite high brow poetry for someone from Burnley'. But, thinking about it further, Kev definitely has a point. OK, it's not summer but the theory does appear to be true. Over the past few weeks whilst doing these results, a lot of PB's have come from people who have been smashing out the miles over the winter, such as Gemma B. I know a lot of experienced Chasers also advocate high mileage so the message is clear – RUN MORE!

    1 Neil Aiken 00:16:22
    3 Hamish Cropper 00:16:35
    4 Martin Rutter 00:16:54
    7 Richard Bull 00:17:35 (PB)
    11 Rosy Harvey 00:18:36 (1st Lady) (PB)
    14 Paul Hunt 00:18:48
    21 Helen Cooper 00:19:21 (2nd Lady)
    59 Gemma Brierley 00:22:18 (6th Lady) (PB)
    61 Russell Pearson 00:22:20
    62 Rob Harrison 00:22:21
    77 Rachel Gorman 00:23:16 (9th Lady) (PB)

    BURGESS PARKRUN

    3rd place for Pacy Lacey, a new PB of 21:02 for the future Lady Lacey, and also a PB of 24:14 for Racy Lacey. Great work!

    3 Paul Lacey 00:18:04
    19 Ellie Lucas 00:21:02 (2nd Lady) (PB)
    52 Hannah Lacey 00:24:14 (6th Lady) (PB)

    RUSHCLIFFE PARKRUN

    226 Oliver Newton 00:28:41

    BROCKENHURST PARKRUN

    36 Paul Gaisford 00:23:34

    SOUTHWARK PARKRUN

    105 Zoe Aarons 00:31:48

    FULHAM PALACE PARKRUN

    33 Luke Naughton 00:20:28

    TONBRIDGE PARKRUN

    6 Andrew Milne 00:19:17

    BOGNOR REGIS PARKRUN

    22 Ben Davies 00:21:28
    48 Tamara Northcott 00:23:25

    CHICHESTER PARKRUN

    This is becoming a habit! In my job I deal a fair bit with sham marriages, and I am getting suspicious that the two of you got it on just so you could travel the land and do the double in these races (sorry, runs)!

    1 James Neave 00:17:59
    8 Cat St Clair 00:21:04 (1st Lady)

    GRAHAMSTOWN PARKRUN

    I had never previously heard of this South African parkrun, but the name suggests that it is very classy and pleasing to the eye...

    9 Mark Isham 00:24:44

    PENRHYN PARKRUN

    83 Elin Davies 00:28:28

    LOWESTOFT PARKRUN

    26 Louise Bell 00:23:07 (5th Lady)

    CROSBY PARKRUN

    4 Graham Sutherland 00:20:16

    TOOTING COMMON PARKRUN

    21 Stephen Pearson 00:20:04
    47 Emily Gibbs 00:21:54 (4th Lady) (PB)
    64 Inga Bellahn 00:22:35 (8th Lady) (PB)
    109 Jas Sandalli 00:25:41

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    Results by Graham Sutherland 

  • 21 Mar 2016 7:41 PM | Anonymous member

    Hello all

    I’m in a good mood today as this is my favourite time of the year. As I write this, I am reminded of a famous poem:

    ‘Now that Spring has sprung,
    marathon season is yet young.
    There are medals to be hung,
    and Chasers songs to be sung’

    (‘Smash your PB and then get smashed’ by William Wordsworth, 1797)

    Some highlights this week:

    -Shock horror as Bryn Reynolds visits Cyclopark!
    -24 Chasers give their all in road relays
    -Man Love in Sussex
    -Cat-egory podium finish in CTS
    -Ramsay Streets ahead of running Neighbours in North London
    -Mills and Boom!
    -Vikki shows Fleet of foot in Hampshire
    -'Old Skool' Scofield getting back on track
    -1st place/1st lady parkrun finishes for Luke, Leanne and Natalie

    The main Chasers event this weekend was the South of England Road Relays which took place at the Cyclopark near Gravesend. Male teams consist of 12 runners and female teams comprise 6 athletes. There is a mixture of long legs and short legs.

    I can not stress enough how high the overall standard of this event is in both the men's and ladies' competitions. Amongst many other well known names, competitors included Andy Maud (representing Highgate) who most of you know all about and Alex Yee. Alex (aged 17) was recently seen winning the junior event in the Great Edinburgh Cross Country which was televised on the BBC. Until a few weeks ago, Alex also held the course record at Dulwich parkrun. I know this as I scanned his barcode the week he broke it. “I've just met a future star”......said Alex to his parents later that evening whilst waiting for his milk and cookies

    Anyway, I digress. Standard was high, very high. The times achieved are times which I find difficult to comprehend! The men finished 28th out of the 35 teams. Fastest on the short legs was Tom with a scorching 14:22, closely followed by James with 14:53, which is pretty impressive considering he ran a coastal half marathon the day before. Martin was second fastest on the longer leg, bettered only by Bryn with a rapid 21:27. Bryn did not head back with the others after the race as he decided to take the opportunity to remain at the Cyclopark and work on his cycling cadence.

    The Ladies A team finished an impressive 18th out of 33 and the B team came 30th. Fastest on the short leg was Coops with a speedy 17:01, followed by Katie just behind with 17:10. If Katie keeps up this pace she will finally break the magical 20 minute barrier for 5k – come on Katie! Rachel and Rosy both posted very fast times for the longer legs

    I am aware that some Chasers may have run in the place of others. If so, please let me know and I'll happily amend the results below

    SEEA ROAD RELAYS MEN (long leg about 4.05 miles, short leg about 2.7 miles)

    Tom Rischbieth 00:14:22 (short)
    James Neave 00:14:53 (short)
    George Bright 00:15:11 (short)
    Konstantin Penkov 00:16:44 (short)
    Mike Hindley 00:17:52 (short)
    Rob Harrison 00:17:56 (short)
    Bryn Reynolds 00:21:27 (long)
    Martin Rutter 00:22:08 (long)
    Jamie Bannister 00:22:26 (long)
    Mick Keating 00:22:30 (long)
    Richard Bull 00:22:48 (long)
    Dan Holmes 00:23:02 (long)

    Chasers team finished 28th/35

    SEAA ROAD RELAYS LADIES A TEAM (long leg about 4.05 miles, short leg about 2.7 miles)

    Helen Cooper 00:17:01 (short)
    Katie Ferguson 00:17:10 (short)
    Alice Whiley 00:17:38 (short)
    Cat St Clair 00:18:01 (short)
    Rachel Baker 00:24:28 (long)
    Rose Harvey 00:24:58 (long)

    Chasers A team finished 18th/33

    SEAA ROAD RELAYS LADIES B TEAM (long leg about 4.05 miles, short leg about 2.7 miles)

    Shermayne Chan 00:18:46 (short)
    Laura Matthews 00:18:53 (short)
    Charlotte Healey 00:20:06 (short)
    Sarah Whincup 00:20:32 (short)
    Kathleen Henehan 00:28:09 (long)
    Gemma Brierley 00:29:53 (long)

    Chasers B team finished 30th/33

    CTS SUSSEX 10K*

    133 Andrej Zalar 01:28:54

    CTS SUSSEX HALF MARATHON*

    There appears to be some Chasers loving going on as James, Ali and Clement could hardly be separated, finishing 3rd, 4th and 5th with less than a minute between the 3 of them. This is classic Chasers bunching. Excellent performances lads

    3 James Neave 01:32:05
    4 Ali King 01:32:18
    5 Clement Sicart 01:32:51
    31 Nick Hoyle 01:48:40
    43 Adam Whitehall 01:52:14
    53 Andrew Milne 01:54:07
    109 Amy McGuire 02:02:42
    118 Shermayne Chan 02:04:31
    161 Barry Valentine 02:10:45
    177 Lorraine Kelsey 02:13:04

    CTS SUSSEX MARATHON*

    Cat is not alien to podium finishes at coastal races and she has done it again, superb! It appears as though Chris may have stalked her the whole way as usual...

    20 Cat St Clair 04:16:59 (3rd lady)
    21 Chris McCarthy 04:17:00

    *The CTS race results do not list running clubs. I've scrolled through the results and picked out the names that I recognise. However, there will be Chasers that I have missed. Please let me know if you are one of them and I'll add your name in

    CRANLEIGH 21 MILER

    An excellent performance from Ed. That appears to me to be a very impressive time for 21 miles!

    16 Ed Kirk-Wilson 02:20:56

    BRENTWOOD HALF MARATHON

    2599 Zoe Aarons 02:34:04

    FLEET HALF MARATHON

    788 Natalie Ruffell 01:41:31
    789 Alan Scott 01:41:31

    NORTH LONDON HALF MARATHON

    This was only the 2nd running of this half, and it is gathering momentum with a large increase in numbers compared to last year. It's a fairly big production. The race starts and finishes at Wembley Stadium. The race also includes a lap round Allianz Park. I initially thought this was some kind of rugby stadium, but I was then corrected by a fellow runner who reliably informed me that it is the home of Saracen, former star of ITV's Gladiators.

    A very impressive run from Mikel who narrowly missed breaking the 80 minute barrier. And it appears that Zoe may have beaten her previous PB by 1 second – if so, that is very nicely done!

    But the star of the show is Tal. Although I think he narrowly missed a PB, this course is not flat and to finish top 20 is an excellent effort. The winner got 1:02 and so the standard of this race is not to be sniffed at. I'm pretty sure Tal didn't hear me screaming his name when he was at about 8 miles as he was well and truly in the zone! My brother and I weren't even at mile 5 at that stage frown emoticon

    19 Tal Ramsay 01:16:21
    61 Mikel Berdud 01:20:10
    399 Cormac Toomey 01:32:16
    850 Graham Sutherland 01:38:26
    970 Zoe Mortemore 01:39:40 (PB)
    1700 Jean-Charles Van Heurck 01:46:09
    2281 Ailish Toomey 01:50:49

    HAMPTON COURT HALF MARATHON

    25 Musa Adamu 01:22:44
    37 Paul Sterland 01:24:11
    81 Simon Le Good 01:28:08
    151 Werner Kerschl 01:31:42
    370 Laura Lacey 01:38:59
    393 Sally Mcbride 01:39:34
    446 Richard Bolton 01:41:07
    692 Emma Buckle 01:46:29
    936 Lizzie Smith 01:50:37
    2371 Charles Mackinnon 02:16:19

    WELWYN HALF MARATHON

    No prejudice, but plenty of pride for Miss D'arcy at Welwyn. 8th lady and a PB to boot. Great effort!

    49 Vikki D’Arcy 01:32:06 (8th Lady) (PB)
    77 Rache Porter 01:37:08

    NYC HALF MARATHON

    Mr Cronin was the top Irishman named Brian - an excellent performance!

    343 Brian Cronin 01:22:26

    EASTLEIGH 10K

    I believe this may be just a few seconds outside Keith's PB. Although he may understandably find this frustrating, Keith was out of action for a hell of a long time with injury and so to get back to this level as quickly as he has is commendable. Sub-35 for the next 10k?!

    80 Keith Scofield 00:35:37 
    281 Paul Lacey 00:40:21

    HYDE PARK 10K

    2nd place and a PB. Not much more to be said – nice one Shaun!

    2 Shaun Mills 00:35:26 (PB)
    58 Stuart Luffman 00:43:29
    313 Marta Rivera 01:01:27
    331 Caroline Law 01:03:28

    WIMBLEDON COMMON PARKRUN

    35 Ben Davies 00:20:55 (PB)
    70 Tamara Northcott 00:22:45 (4th Lady)
    97 Martin Dempsey 00:23:57

    CARDIFF PARKRUN

    335 Elin Davies 00:27:42

    IPSWICH PARKRUN

    207 Vanessa Lincoln 00:29:36

    BROCKWELL PARKRUN

    43 Korkoi Quaye 00:21:46 (3rd Lady)
    188 Stephen Pearson 00:27:47

    NONSUCH PARKRUN

    36 Lucy Boyd 00:20:50 (4th Lady) (PB)

    WATERWORKS PARKRUN

    13 Iain Niblock 00:20:32

    OAK HILL PARKRUN

    37 Christine Helen James 00:24:07 (2nd Lady)

    HORSHAM PARKRUN

    2 Richard Heap 00:18:39

    WORMWOOD SCRUBS PARKRUN

    18 Robert Bricout 00:25:01

    DULWICH PARKRUN

    27 Leanne Meredith 00:20:58 (1st Lady) (PB)
    68 Georgina Reeves 00:23:49 (5th Lady)

    BURGESS PARKRUN

    1 Luke Davis 00:17:01

    SHREWSBURY PARKRUN

    74 Joe Dean 00:23:37

    FULHAM PALACE PARKRUN

    139 Laura Swanton 00:24:26
    209 Hannah Lacey 00:27:15

    BIRKENHEAD PARKRUN

    24 Natalie Ruffell 00:20:51 (1st Lady)

    HOLKHAM PARKRUN

    20 Jenn Ruddick 00:22:12 (4th Lady)

    TOOTING COMMON PARKRUN

    2 Jonathan Battye 00:17:25 (PB)
    11 Graham Sutherland 00:18:59
    63 Samantha Bartlett 00:22:08 (7th Lady)
    74 Emily Gibbs 00:22:35 (10th Lady)
    93 Louise Bell 00:23:36
    94 Laura Guga-Voyce 00:23:37
    121 Guy Blaskey 00:24:50
    294 Caroline Law 00:49:27 (Tail end runner volunteer)

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    results by Graham Sutherland

  • 01 Mar 2016 4:17 PM | Deleted user

    Some highlights this week:

    -National Cross Country Champs spectators witness an amazing Chaser performance
    -An all-time top 10 performance at Kingston 10k
    -Cat and James inspect local trunks in South Africa
    -A podium finish in a CTS race
    -A speedy female half marathon on the South Coast
    -A host of Chaser podium finishes in various parkruns
    -Several runners come a cropper at Tooting parkrun
    -Martin and Riel enjoy a royal sandwich at Gunnersbury parkrun

    NATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY

    OK, so he may have been officially representing Highgate, but we all know Andy had a Chasers vest on underneath. This really is a phenomenal performance, only just being denied 3rd in a sprint finish. If the elite club running community didn't already know of Andy before, then they certainly will do now after his efforts over the past couple of weeks


    Of course there was the usual large Chaser representation in the men's and women's races. Oh, wait, no there wasn't! Musa was left to plough a lonely furrow and put in an excellent performance. He then decided that the best way to recover from his exertions would be to run a speedy half marathon the following day...

    4 Andy Maud 00:42:55
    743 Musa Adamu 00:56:59

    Image Courtesy of SL Images


    ADDO ELEPHANT TRAIL RUN (44km)

    Unlike me, some Chasers are very adventurous with their choice of runs. My idea of living running life on the edge is to occasionally run round Tooting Common in the OPPOSITE DIRECTION!

    The choice of race for James, Cat and Beata was the 44k Elephant trail run in South Africa. You will have to ask them whether they saw any elephants. We actually have a similar race in Streatham, but elephants are replaced by rats.

    No podium finishes but James was ever so close – apparently if he hadn't got lost he would have nailed it. But that is part of the challenge of these races..

    4 James Neave 04:10:51
    32 Cat St Clair 05:33:48 (8th woman)
    84 Beata Stindt 06:21:00

    NORTHUMBERLAND CTS ULTRA (35 miles)

    But we did have a podium finish oop North with Cat finishing as 3rd lady! A superb effort, even allowing for the fact that people who run 35 miles for fun are slightly mad.

    19 Cat Paterson 04:54:26 (3rd woman)

    BRIGHTON HALF MARATHON

    Over 8000 people descended on Brighton to join in with some top class sporting action. I can only imagine their dismay when discovering that the Brighton match had been rescheduled for Monday night to accommodate the TV cameras (note: you can currently watch the mighty Seagulls dismantling Leeds on Sky Sports). So these disgruntled 8000 people decided they may as well make the most of their day trip and amazingly all of them had their running shoes with them and decided to run the Brighton Half.

    Highlights include an excellent 85th finish from Riccardo and a superb effort from Jessica, finishing in the incredible position of 7th woman in a field of almost 4000 women!

    85 Riccardo Composto 01:20:50
    191 Jessica Rosa 01:24:48 (7th woman)
    515 Phil Blackmore 01:31:50
    604 Emily Foy 01:32:42
    2923 Steph Potts 01:50:49
    3017 Ann Hunter 01:52:59
    3414 Claire Buky-Webster 01:55:55

    KINGSTON HALF MARATHON

    This race was full of enthusiastic marshalls and volunteers, and parts of the course were nice. However, the toilet situation needs rectifying and, annoyingly, the race measured at over 13.3 miles instead of 13.1 – everyone who ran is value for a time of between 1 and 2 minutes quicker than the times below. Huge thanks to a batch of Chasers cyclists who gave some vocal support – I only saw one Chaser but I am assured there were several!

    29 Riel Carol 01:24:32
    78 Graham Sutherland 01:28:51
    115 Alex Ferrario 01:31:37
    127 Hamish Allan 01:32:30
    209 James Hilton 01:36:59
    367 Alex Bailey 01:43:24
    829 Phil Logoreci 02:02:52

    KINGSTON 10K

    2nd place with what I believe is a new PB. According to the spreadsheet which I inherited from Magic Mike (not that one), this takes Nathan up a place to 9th in all time Chasers 10k performances. And I hear (as of yet unsubstantiated) rumours that he actually smiled during the race!

    2 Nathan Smeaton 00:33:28

    PARKRUNS

    WIMBLEDON COMMON PARKRUN

    70 Leanne Meredith 00:23:13 (5th woman)
    158 Martin Dempsey 00:26:22

    HARROW PARKRUN

    6 Andy Ormesher 00:20:06
    12 Rache Porter 00:20:48 (2nd woman)

    BANBURY PARKRUN

    1 Luke Davis 00:17:52
    36 Sophie Jones 00:25:06 (4th woman)

    PRESTON PARKRUN

    48 Mark Salmon 00:22:40 (new PB)

    BROCKWELL PARKRUN

    79 Michelle Debono 00:23:15
    97 Barbara Pidgeon 00:24:48 (new PB & 3rd highest age grading in the field)
    139 Leanne Graham 00:26:24
    162 Elin Davies 00:27:33

    ASHFORD PARKRUN

    31 Emily Griffiths 00:23:40 (2nd woman & new PB)

    NONSUCH PARKRUN

    11 Thomas Flannery 00:19:20
    15 Allan Cox 00:19:32
    108 Claire Adams 00:23:29

    GUNNERSBURY PARKUN

    I believe this was Martin's second ever quickest time in his 223rd parkrun – impressive! And it is worth noting that Martin and Riel were sandwiched by none other than Tim Lawrence in 2nd place.

    Rumours are that the The Princess Royal was heard screaming “you can get those blasted Chasers Tim” or something rather more fruity.

    1 Martin Rutter 00:16:57
    3 Riel Carol 00:17:15
    76 Gideon Shawyer 00:22:12

    NEW FARM PARKRUN

    170 Hellen Renfree 00:28:57

    DELTA PARKRUN

    406 John Hooper 00:35:00

    DULWICH PARKRUN

    123 Lorna John 00:24:59

    HILLY FIELDS PARKRUN

    29 Mark Isham 00:21:56

    BURGESS PARKRUN

    2 Kevin Smith 00:17:45
    98 Naomi Hartopp 00:26:56

    SOUTHWARK PARKRUN

    134 Zoe Aarons 00:33:22

    FULHAM PALACE PARKRUN

    22 Matthieu Prevot 00:18:49
    57 Paul Lacey 00:21:02
    80 Ellie Lucas 00:21:50 (6th woman)
    94 Juliann Canty 00:22:52 (new PB)
    102 Robert Bricout 00:23:31

    PECKHAM RYE PARKRUN

    73 Laura Russell 00:25:52

    SALISBURY PARKRUN

    1 Rob Sherwood 00:16:52
    52 Karina Eustace 00:24:24 (7th woman)

    TOOTING COMMON PARKRUN

    All but one runner came a Cropper at Tooting Parkrun with Hamish finishing a clear 2nd. This appears to be the 3rd time he has got exactly the same PB of 16:44 in parkruns. Some excellent Chasers running throughout the field with a plethora of PB's

    2 Hamish Cropper 00:16:44 (equalled PB)
    6 Tim Murphy 00:17:41 (new PB)
    9 Clive Alley 00:18:22 
    16 Ben Millar 00:18:58
    23 David Carlisle 00:19:51 (new PB)
    26 Niclas Lundquist 00:20:04 (new PB)
    32 Alice Whiley 00:20:22 (3rd woman)
    48 Rob Harrison 00:21:07
    79 Inga Bellahn 00:22:44 (7th woman & new PB)
    80 Tamara Northcott 00:22:48 (8th woman & new PB)
    81 Ben Davies 00:22:48
    91 Stephen Pearson 00:23:18
    99 Sharon Wilson 00:23:37
    108 Aoibhin O'Neill 00:24:09 (new PB)
    112 Georgina Reeves 00:24:16
    123 Jas Sandali 00:24:41
    122 Diana Kreica 00:24:41
    125 Guy Blaskey 00:24:37 (new PB)
    164 Jessica De Bois 00:26:19 (new PB)

    There will no doubt be results that I have missed. Please comment below if that is the case. It would be really helpful if you could create an event page for an event you know you are running

    Still a few places available in the Green Belt Relay

    As I've been roped in to being run director at Tooting parkrun on Saturday, it is my duty to inform you that there are a couple of volunteer spots which need filling. So please pop along, even if it is just to laugh at my flustered attempts at public speaking!

    Cheers
    Graham

  • 23 Feb 2016 9:31 AM | Deleted user

    It appears that we have now entered Half Marathon season, with a total of no less than 94 Chasers competing across 3 races over the weekend – Hampton Court, Wokingham and Old Deer Park.

    Due to a highly suspect Park and Ride system, Hampton Court half started 15 minutes late which led to several nervous runners making a late dash for the facilities as their carefully planned 'toilet timings' had been ruined. A freshening wind didn't help the general mood during the delay. But was it worth the wait I hear you cry? It certainly was – a flat scenic course led to some excellent times and a plethora of PB's.

    The wind was also a bit of an issue at Wokingham, but again this did not stop our lads and lasses putting in superb performances.

    Of course, this weekend wasn't all about half marathons. There was the usual excellent parkrun attendance, as well as a storming performance in the top class Armagh 5k.

    Some of the highlights of the past week include:

    -ANDY MAUD coming 3rd in the Armagh International 5k, beating a host of big names to finish in the, quite frankly, ridiculous time of 14:03

    -NEIL AIKEN finishing 22nd at Wokingham in a time of 1:12:34

    -ALI KING coming 16th at Hampton Court in a time of 1:20:15

    -NATHAN SMEATON winning Edinburgh parkrun

    -ROSY HARVEY first lady at Brockwell parkrun

    -RIEL CAROL winning Gunnersbury parkrun

    -MATTHEW HILARY winning Hamilton Lakes parkrun

    -JAMES NEAVE and CAT ST CLAIR doing the double at the brilliantly named Fish Hoek parkrun

    -PB's for another dream team of MARTIN RUTTER and GEMMA BRIERLEY, with Gemma taking a superb 13 minutes off her time. No easy feat for someone whose PB was already under 2 hours

    -Several runners breaking the magical 1:30 barrier for the first time. GIDEON SHAWYER, STEVEN PIDGEON and CHRISTIAN MOXON to name just three.

    -Numerous PB's across all half marathons (too many to mention!), some by a significant margin including KARLY JOSE, JEN WOOLGAR and ELLIE ANDREWS (all by 8 or 9 minutes) and BEC PLAIN (by an amazing 20+ minutes)

    -Several other Chasers finishing in the top 10 of their gender category at parkruns, including LEANNE MEREDITH, ELLIE LUCAS, MICHELLE DEBONO, BEN DAVIES, TAMARA NORTHCOTT, MICHAEL BLACK

    -KARLY JOSE's drunken performance at The Goat on Sunday evening

    Full results below. Please note that I've generally taken the results as published. I've amended a couple that I know of, but if you ran in someone else's name please comment below so that I can ensure the spreadsheet is correct

    SEVILLE MARATHON

    1393 Kostya Penkov 03:08:23

    HAMPTON COURT HALF (due to the race starting in 3 waves, I've sorted results by chip time order instead of the order you crossed the line)

    16 Ali King 1:20:15
    45 Brian Cronin 1:22:55
    48 Edward Kirk-Wilson 1:23:05
    52 Musa Adamu 1:23:28
    66 Paul Hunt 1:24:44
    73 Michael Coles 1:25:23
    110 Nick Hall 1:27:22
    111 David Cookson 1:27:26
    125 Stuart Richards 1:27:49
    138 Rob Campbell 1:28:27
    143 Jamie Young 1:28:33
    174 Simon Le Good 1:29:25
    182 Steven Pidgeon 1:29:36
    195 Gideon Shawyer 1:29:51
    267 Graham Sutherland 1:32:44
    272 Andy Ormesher 1:33:00
    278 Rob Harrison 1:33:09
    286 Richard Brimelow 1:33:26
    289 Andrew McErlean 1:33:32
    293 Rachael Porter 1:33:40
    303 Dorcas Murray 1:33:52
    329 Oliver Jaegemann 1:34:32
    335 Cameron Yorston 1:34:52
    353 Adam Woolgar 1:35:17
    403 Lorraine Smyth 1:36:41
    427 Jenna Mullett 1:37:13
    435 Emily Foy 1:37:23
    484 John Walter 1:38:14
    537 Charlotte Kemp 1:39:04
    612 Nikki Hebenstreit 1:40:25
    674 Ben Davies 1:41:32
    680 David Synnott 1:41:37
    700 Nick Roberts 1:42:02
    712 Emma Prys-Roberts1:42:14
    724 Louise Malone 1:42:25
    736 Martin Dempsey 1:42:35
    770 Jenn Ruddick 1:43:14
    792 Fabio Maroni 1:43:33
    806 Giles Robinson 1:43:44
    825 Katherine French 1:44:01
    835 Eamonn O'Rourke 1:44:08
    990 Jasper Welch 1:46:20
    1012 Kristin Hoogenboom 1:46:41
    1047 Tamara Northcott 1:47:12
    1108 Eleanor Halls 1:47:46
    1192 David Clarke 1:48:46
    1236 Ellie Andrews 1:49:13
    1418 Kian Caulwell 1:51:21
    1436 Sophie Oliver 1:51:33
    1457 Jim Collingbourne 1:51:52
    1535 Barbara Pidgeon 1:52:47
    1554 Kathrin Wildeshaus 1:53:01
    1570 Helen Frisby 1:53:12
    1715 Rachelle Morton 1:54:50
    1727 Richard Bolton 1:54:59
    1790 Juliann Canty 1:55:49
    1806 Karly Jose 1:55:58
    1835 John Warton 1:56:19
    2029 Lavinia Weir 1:58:38
    2356 Jen Woolgar 2:03:00
    2398 Phil Logoreci 2:03:37
    2491 Cal Jones 2:05:06
    2586 Naomi Hartopp 2:06:46
    3048 Bec Plain 2:14:56
    3051 Charles MacKinnon 2:14:58
    3272 Nicola Collett 2:20:10
    3574 Zoe Aarons 2:31:03
    3656 Jessica du Bois 2:36:02

    WOKINGHAM HALF

    22 Neil Aiken 1:12:34
    52 Luke Davis 1:15:29
    69 James Ellis 1:17:00
    82 Martin Rutter 1:18:12
    126 Matthew Parry 1:19:48
    166 Clive Alley 1:22:04
    188 Tal Ramsey 1:22:59
    197 Paul Fenn 1:22:48
    244 Imogen Ainsworth 1:25:53
    306 James Hughes 1:27:21
    350 Christian Moxon 1:28:59
    370 Toby Sullivan 1:29:34
    456 Darren Tanner 1:32:30
    608 Ruth Gloster 1:36:28
    896 Gabby Carnwath 1:43:36
    897 Rachel Gorman 1:43:37
    927 Andrew Muzika 1:44:16
    1080 Gemma Brierley 1:46:43

    OLD DEER PARK HALF

    237 James Johnston 1:40:22
    252 Mark Isham 1:41:21
    288 Chloe Manchester 1:43:20
    377 Katherine Elmore-J 1:47:08
    413 Sarah Frodsham 1:48:54
    430 Christian Troughton 1:49:52
    431 Joanne Keatley 1:49:59
    593 Paul Gaisford 1:56:58
    1021 Yan Ho 2:23:50

    OLYMPIC PARK 10K

    133 Mark Salmon 00:46:42

    ARMAGH 5K

    3 Andy Maud 00:14:03

    RICHMOND PARKRUN

    114 Martin Dempsey 00:23:41

    EDINBURGH PARKRUN

    1 Nathan Smeaton 00:17:34

    BROCKWELL PARKRUN

    16 (1) Rosy Harvey 00:19:46
    40 Chris Beale 00:21:13
    56 (7) Leanne Meredith 00:21:56
    197 Elin Davies 00:28:30

    NONSUCH PARKRUN

    12 Alan Cox 00:19:42

    GUNNERSBURY PARKRUN

    1 Riel Carol 00:17:07

    DULWICH PARKRUN

    57 (6) Ellie Lucas 00:21:27
    58 Paul Lacey 00:21:28

    BURGESS PARKRUN

    45 (6) Michelle Debono 00:23:42

    OSTERLEY PARKRUN

    6 Ben Davies 00:22:16
    20 (3) Tamara Northcott 00:24:40

    HAMILTON LAKE PARKRUN

    1 Matthew Hillary 00:18:07

    FULHAM PALACE PARKRUN

    189 Laura Russell 00:26:03
    225 Lorraine Kelsey 00:27:14

    FISH HOEK PARKRUN

    1 James Neave 00:19:19
    10 (1) Cat St Clair 00:21:45

    GEOGRAPHE BAY PAKRUN

    2 Michael Black 00:20:05

    BELTON HOUSE PARKRUN

    74 Leanne Graham 00:26:49

    TOOTING COMMON PARKRUN

    74 Barry Valentine 00:23:05
    86 Sharon Wilson 00:23:45
    106 Phil Logoreci 00:24:38
    110 Guy Blaskey 00:24:47
    115 Georgina Reeves 00:25:12
    184 Clare Janew 00:28:25
    293 Robert Bricout 00:42:33

    If you raced at the weekend and enjoyed the Chasers spirit, camaraderie and alcohol consumption, I thoroughly recommend entering the Green Belt Relay which takes place in May. Speak to any Chaser who has done it before (including myself)and they will all recommend it highly. Limited places remaining so get in quick! All abilities welcome and if you are willing to take a stint driving a minibus you are even more welcome!


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