Reports

Marathon Champions - 26/4/09

Many congratulations to the 23 Thames runners who completed the London Marathon. In beautiful conditions, special mention goes to Johnny Mac who finished sixth British man and to Jeffrey Gordon who continued his ever present streak - finishing 12th man in his category. Second claims, Mara Yamauchi also ran fantastically. More commentary doubtless to follow - results below.

21	John Macfarlane		2.20.44
49	Andy Weir			2.29.13
69	Julian Rendall		2.31.54
80	Ben Reynolds		2.33.06
137	Al Hart			2.37.45
199	Toby Pearson		2.41.00
422	Chris Wrighton		2.49.33
542	Jerry Watson		2.53.18
1121	Anthony Doolittle		3.03.32
1189	Pete Woodburn		3.04.42
1209	Alex Gaskell		3.04.55
103	Enfys Jones		3.09.07
2411	Charlie Cooper		3.19.32
3654	James Bogue		3.30.07
615	Caroline Janes		3.33.42
4722	Dave Crowther		3.38.07
6019	Gavin Yeats		3.46.51
6066	Bernt Erik Roeed		3.47.09
1148	Charlotte Saunders		3.47.26
15626	Andy Johnson		4.39.02
19778	Jeffrey Gordon		5.07.21
21167	John Bryant		5.22.04

Wimbledon Common Park Run 5km - 25/4/09

Anna and Keith had a good dual this morning, with Anna pushing Keith to a new course pb and top of the table for "age graded" performances at the race. Oh and did we mention the wombles - warming up for the next day's marathon with a steady lap of the course.

4.	Nick Malynn			17.12
7.	Larry Mathews			17.59
10.	Ian Higgins			18.15
20.	David & Lucas Symons		19.11
33.	Keith Spacie			20.27
36.	Anna Garnier			20.39
54.	Kate Symons			21.47
100.	Colin Price			25.25
109.	Andrew Simon			26.15
118.	Andy Lee Gerard			26.51

Last Friday of the Month 5km - 24/4/09

Liz Stavreski stepped down from her favourite marathon distance to find a turn of speed over the Hyde Park course, recording 19.15 for fifth ladies spot.


Park Run 5km - 18/4/09

The sunny weather encouraged a record turnout of over 150 runners for today's race at Wimbledon with eight (and a small one) saltires in action. Nick Altmann placed second with Ian Higgins, Charles Cooper and Richard Pitt also finishing in the top ten places. David Symons pushed Lucas around in his new buggy in his race debut coming in just over the 20 minute mark, just ahead of Keith Spacie and Kate Symons with Colin Price making up the TH&H eight. Over in Richmond Park Toby Pearson made a fine debut to take first place in 16.23 with Fred Croft also in action.

2.	Nick Altmann		17.35
4.	Ian Higgins		18.27 
6.	Charles Cooper		18.34
7.	Richard Pitt		18.36
32.	David Symons		20.31
42.	Keith Spacie		21.11
58.	Kate Symons		22.17
114.	Colin Price		26.34

Southern Twelve Stage - 5/4/09

Well done guys on a fine effort yesterday, 10th place in the end. Full report to follow

 

James   25:18

Nick M  18:15

Julian    25:49

Anthony 19:38

Andy     25:51

Lazza   20:09

Mark     26:29

Olly      18:33

Simon   25:59

Nick      18:22

Macca  26:35

Chris     19:18


Aggregate Handicap - 4/4/09

The handicappers have had the abacus out, and are delighted to confirm that the winner of this year's aggregate handicap - as the name suggests awarded to the most consistent performer over the series of handicap races - is Rhodri Davies. Congratulations Rhodri your pewter tankard awaits!



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