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Weekend review: July 12 & 13, 2014

by Editor
Monday 14th July 2014
 
 

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Adderbury Running Club Three Spires Challenge

On another beautiful, hot July morning, Saturday 12 July, nearly 200 runners set off on the Adderbury Half and Ten. Both routes were new this year, mostly off-road as always and taking in stunning views of Adderbury and surrounding villages.

Russell Forsbrook, winner of the Ten, ran a course record of 41:07, while Adderbury teenager Paddy Haynes ran an impressive 43:06 for second place. Chris Ellis was third in 43:50. Women's winner was Rachel Edwards in a time of 52:10. She was followed by Emily Wolton in 55:42 and Brigid Briens in 56:36, taking second and third place respectivelly.

In the half Run - distance close to 14 miles Tim Wright took the win in 82:48. Second was Paul Jegou in 84:52 and third was Michael Calvelli-Adorno in 85:45.

Fiona Tideswell took the win in the women's competition with a time of 99:57. Hannah Al-Anaziwas second in 108:07, closely followed in third by Sandra Wolanski in 108:19.

This event has something for everyone, with a Half walk and junior fun runs too.

Men's 10km results

1 Russell Forsbrook 41:07
2 Paddy Haynes 43:06
3 Chris Ellis 43:50

 

Women's 10km results

1 Rachel Edwards 52:10
2 Emily Wolton 55:42
3 Brigid Briens 56:36

 

Men's half run results

1 Tim Wright 1:22:48
2 Paul Jegou 1:24:52
3 Michael Calvelli-Adorno 1:25:45

 

Women's half run results

1 Fiona Tideswell 1:39:57
2 Hannah Al-Anazi 1:48:07
3 Sandra Wolanski 1:48:19

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Bridport Jurassic Coast Run

The second Bridport Jurassic Coast Run in Bridport (Dorset) turned out to be a rather successful event. After last year’s debut, the joint organizers – Bridport Leisure Centre, Brit Valley Rotary Club and Bridport Runners – had decided to add another challenging run event to the race calendar in the Southwest. This year’s new edition of the race seemed to be quite popular among runners of all ages and abilities – ranging from 4 to 72 years and from beginners to veterans.

There were three races on offer: a 10K and a 5K run, like last year, and a new 1 mile run for the under 12 years. Nearly 130 runners participated in these three runs, with the majority (78) choosing the 10K race which led runners up the second highest hill on the southern Coast of England, Thorncombe Beacon, while the 5K run also included the beautiful Jurassic Coast from Eype to West Bay. Weather conditions were perfect for the day with not too much sun, a light breeze and no rain.

Winner in the 10K race was Paul Jefferson from Bristol in 50:21 min., fastest female runner was Francis Johnson (58:55 min.). There were also awards for the fastest veteran (over 50 years) runners, going to Bridport Runners’ own Clive Whaley (55:14 min.) and Frances Anderson (1 hour 55 seconds). Please find the complete provisional 10K results here.

In the 5K race, Harrison Yarnold defended his title as fastest male runner from last year in 25:24 min., while the fastest female runner on the course was Georgie Clarke (30:53 min.). Fastest male veteran was Graham Symes (33:27 min.), fastest female veteran Zodwa Chasokela (43:25 min.). Please find the complete provisional 5K results here.

Photos: 5km winner Harrison Yarnold. Fastest female runner in the 10km, Francis Johnson and the four fastest men in the 10km

Men's 10km results

1 Paul Jefferson 00:50:21
2 Tom Reed 00:51:18
3 Liam Thomas 00:51:50

 

Women's 10km results

1 Francis Johnson 00:58:55
2 Alexandra O'Dwyer 00:59:33
3 Frances Anderson 01:00:55

 

Click here for full results

 

Men's 5km results

1 Harrison Yarnold 00:25:24
2 Kieran Dunning 00:26:21
3 Dane James 00:26:28

 

Women's 5km results

1 Georgie Clarke 00:30:53
2 Bronwyn Wright 00:35:27
3 Flora Jamieson 00:36:29

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Buxton Carnival 4 mile road race

The four mile road race attracted 199 runners, 187 who took part.

The winner, Ryan Holroyd of Staffordshire Moorlands AC, shaved 24 seconds from his previous course record with a time of 20 minutes and 17 seconds.  The first lady home was Sharon Johnstone of Wilmslow RC in a time of 25.32, while the first junior male home was Ben Bower in 25.14.  The first junior female was Louisa Whittingham of Macclesfield Harriers in 28.25. 

Conditions were hot, but the runners took this in their stride, availing themselves of the two mile water station, and appreciating the rousing cheers of the spectators who lined much of the route. This was Carnival Day in Buxton, so the spectators not only had the road race to enjoy, but were then treated to the Carnival Procession that followed.

Buxton Carnival 4 mile road race

Photo: Female winner, Sharon Johnstone, and the race winner Ryan Holroyd

Men's results

1 Ryan Holroyd SMAC 20:17
2 William Neil City of Stoke 21:17
3 Rob White Buxton AC 21:59

 

Women's results

1 Sharon Johnstone Wilmslow RC 25:32
2 Janine Ellis Wilmslow RC 27:30
3 Paula Nimmo Macclesfield H 27:55

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Holme Howler 10k

Holme Howler 10k

The sun shone again for the Holme Howler and there was a record field of runners of 181. The run was around the lanes, fields and canal tow paths of Holme, with over 25 obstacles on route, from jumping, sliding, crawling and climbing.So the 25m water slide around the half way point was a welcome sight.

Every one had a fantastic time on the run with smiles at every obstacles.

Plans are now being made for 2015 with bigger and more obstacles and there maybe even be a duathlon with the Howler.

Men's results

1 Tom Tipping   Unattached 00:37:40
2 Russell Parrington Unattached 00:40:31
3 Joe Parsons Unattached 00:44:48

 

Women's results

1 Helen Newton Kendal AC 00:54:30
2 Jane Lowe Spectrum Striders 00:54:55
3 Millie Sumner Unattached 01:00:07

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Otter Rail and River Run

Otter Rail and River Run

Photo: The fun Run

It was full steam ahead on Saturday for the 2014 Otter Rail and River Run at Tipton St John. The race HQ, at the playing field, is a stone’s throw from the old railway station and part of the course follows a section of the former line through Harpford Woods.

More than 150 runners entered the 10km – the biggest turnout from Sidmouth Running Club, a record 30 members. With many people choosing to register on the day, including most of the 70 fun runners, the admin team had a busy morning. Runners came from across the south west as far as Cornwall and South Devon, and beyond, including Bristol, London and even Norway.

Run organiser Jo Earlam was delighted with the support and to see so many runners return to the event, now in its eighth year. The run is staged by Tipton St John Playing Field Association in conjunction with Sidmouth Running Club.

Most of the 50 plus marshals and helpers are local people, making the race a real community event and raising vital funds for the charity run playing field. It also enjoys good business support from sponsors Michelmore Solicitors, Ironbridge Runner and Otter Brewery, with pints of Otter beer as mementoes well received and downed by the 10km finishers.

Otter Rail and River Run

The hot weather matched the hot sense of competition in the 10km. First to cross the finish line was South West Road Runner James Reeves in 36:57, just ahead of Teignbridge Trotter Daryl Milford in 37:06, with Alex Watkins of Haldon Trail Runners in third place in 37:57.

First lady was also a South West Road Runner, Alexandra Cutts, in 44:06, 15th overall; second Jessica Raynor of Sidmouth Running Club in 44:33, 18th place overall; and third Exmouth Harrier Hannah Bown, in 45:27, 24th overall.

Sidmouth won the ladies team prize – Jessica Raynor, Ellie Stone and Lucy Owen, taking the honours for the club. The men’s team prize went to Teignbridge Trotters, and their runners Daryl Milford, Roger Hayes and Mark Hutchins.

Veteran prizes went to Daryl Milford, vet male 40; Tim Legg, of Honiton RC, vet male 50, in 42:54; Pete Kirby, Teignbridge Trotters, vet male 60, in 50:48; Ted Bloomfield, vet male 70, 53:32; Alexandra Cutts, vet female 35; Julie Payne, of Honiton RC, vet female 45, 47:44; Eleanor Wood, of Axe Valley Runners, vet female 55, in 45:51; and Sue Cunningham, of Sidmouth RC, vet female 65, in 1:12:17.

There was a new element of competition in the fun run – this year renamed the Jackie Box Fun Run, in memory of the local mum who sadly died a few days before last year’s event. Her family sponsored new prizes, shields and medals which were warmly received by the many children taking part.

First home was Toby Garrick, with Sam Pyne in second place. The first girl was Jemima Gambier, and second Niah Bown. The first local boy was Toby Bishop, first local girl Sophie Andow. In the under 10 boys Oliver Beech was first, Josiah Drew second. Under 10 girls first Darcie Morton. In under 13 boys first Sam Yearling, second Christian Teague. Under 13 girls first Anya Gosal, and second Kate Marriott. In under 15 boys, first Matt Sheridan, and girls, first Bethany Sampson.

Men's results

1 James Reeves South West Road Runners 36:57
2 Daryl Milford Teignbridge Trotters 37:06
3 Alex Watkins Haldon Trail Runners 37:57

 

Women's results

1 Alexandra Cutts South West Road Runner 44:06
2 Jessica Raynor Sidmouth Running Club 44:33
3 Hannah Bown Exmouth Harriers 45:27

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Pen y Fan Race

A "short" race up the highest mountain in southern Britain, packing nearly 2000 feet of ascent into 3.5 miles. First run in 1986, the race has been tackled by all the top UK fell runners and has a record time that many consider unbreakable. Find out more about the event at: www.breconfans.org.uk/pen-y-fan-race

This year there were 104 entries, a few sprained ankles, but otherwise much fun, cake and beer had by all.

The winner was Hugh Aggleton of MDC in a time of 34:14 - not quite quick enough for the prize for breaking the 30.00 minute record that was set at £800.

Winning woman was Helen Fines of Vegan Runners in 44:22

1 Hugh Aggleton MDC 34:15
2 Matt Stott MDC 35:28
3 Mark Palmer Mynydd Du 35:59

 

Women's results

1 Helen Fines Vegan Runners 44:22
2 Katie Beecher Les Croupiers 46:18
3 Niki Morgan Chepstow Harriers 47:18

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Yeovil Montacute parkrun

The heat was on for the 151 runners who came out to Montacute House on Saturday morning, of whom 31 were first timers and 30 recorded new Personal Bests. Former course record holder Philip Bridge of Wells City Harriers was first over the line in 18min29 for a cracking 6th time in his 6 appearances here, and Lee Cunningham was second, in a time of 19min02 – but perhaps more importantly, in crossing the line, his was the 20,000th km completed by runners at our event! David Nichols of Stadium Runners (son of key marshals Nigel and Helen – rest assured they hadn’t been telling him about shortcuts!) ran well to finish third over the line in 19min16.
 
In the women’s placings, the first three ladies were all parkrun tourists - Rachel Bentley, a 154 parkrun veteran of Crystal Palace parkrun, was leading lady with a time of 21m24 (13th overall) on her first appearance at Montacute, ahead of Stroud & District AC’s Jo Fifield (Cheltenham and Swindon parkruns normally) was 15th overall in 21min43, and Annie Lambeth-Mansell, from Worcester parkrun, third in 23m01.
 
Before this morning’s run we were pleased to make several presentations. Lesley Matthews has been attending our parkrun since the start and has either run or volunteered every week, and is streets ahead in the Points competition, and it was with great pleasure that she has been awarded the parkrunner of the month award for June, and will be off to Sweatshop to claim her new pair of shoes! In addition it is well done to Oliver Nolan, who joins the 10 parkrun Club, and Amy Hillier who received her 50 parkrun Club shirt from Event Director Matt Warr.
   
The day's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Yeovil Montacute parkrun Results Page.
 
The parkrun is a free, weekly timed 5km at 9am every Saturday. We are very fortunate to be able to use the glorious Montacute House and park for our run in the sun each week – all you need to do is register at www.parkrun.com and print off your personal barcode, which you bring with you to run. If you are reading this planning a trip down to the proper end of the country over the summer, we’re just off the A303 near Yeovil and welcome all visitors!

Men's results

1 Philip BRIDGE Wells City Harriers 18:29
2 Lee CUNNINGHAM Unattached 19:02
3 David NICHOLS Stadium Runners 19:16

 

Women's results

1 Rachel BENTLEY Unattached 21:24
2 Jo FIFIELD Stroud & District AC 21:43
3 Annie LAMBETH-MANSELL Unattached 23:01

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Sunday, July 13, 2014

Claygate Country Five

Claygate Country Five

Photo © Miriam Schafer

It was muddy underfoot, but 440 runners pushed ahead and took part in the Claygate Country Five on Sunday 13 July. The weather held until the first man crossed the finishing line, and then a brief shower cooled all those coming up behind him!

The five-mile event, on the footpaths around Claygate’s beautiful green countryside, was enjoyed by all - no matter whether they were competing for a place, or taking part just for the fun of it. The crowd was cheering and the runners were spurred on by friendly faces from around the village.

Congratulations to all the runners, particularly to the overall winner, Neil Aitken, who ran it in an astonishingly fast 27.43, and Hannah Mae Flynn, the fastest woman, who completed the run in 34.24.

Neil Aitken, the overall winner of the Claygate Country Five, said: “The run was great! A bit muddy, but I like the mud - you expect it on a woodland course”.

Christine Coffin, who took part in the Claygate Country Five for the first time this year, said: “It was my first ever running race since school. I was so excited to be running in my local village and I couldn’t wait to see my kids’ faces”.

For more information visit www.claygatecountryfive.co.uk Twitter @ClaygateShow and Facebook

Claygate Country Five

Photos: Race winners Hannah-May Flynn and Neil Aitken © Miriam Schafer

Men's results

1 Neil Aitken Clapham Chasers RC 0:27:43
2 Charlie Bruce Trent Park Runners 0:28:37
3 Paul Farrer Elmbridge RRC 0:28:57

 

Women's results

1 Hannah-May Flynn Flying Flynns F/D 0:34:24
2 Joanna Shillington Thames Hare & Hounds 0:35:00
3 Jane Davies Unattached 0:35:28

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Gloucester 10k

Gloucester 10k - Sunday, July 13, 2014

More than 450 runners took part in Gloucester’s newly revamped 10k road race held on Sunday 13th July. The route took in the major historical landmarks and popular tourist destinations in the city including the Cathedral, canal and docks. As well as the standard race categories, there was also a hard-fought corporate challenge for teams of local businesses.

The race was back for 2014 thanks to the determination of Race Director, club runner and local solicitor Nigel Tillott, Managing Partner of Davies and Partners.  Together with sponsorship from city-based EDF Energy and the support Gloucester Quays Rotary Club, Tewkesbury Athletic Club and local community volunteers, the race was organised in just three months.

Under cloudy skies, the warm summer morning was ideal for the race which started and finished in Gloucester Park.  The first destination for the runners was Cathedral and then it was out to the docks before returning to the city along the canal path.  The predominantly flat course provided an interesting snapshot into Gloucester’s history and trading past as well as the rejuvenation which will drive its future.

The race was won by James Bellward representing the RAF in a time of 34:21. He was followed by Mark Edwards of Bristol and West AC in 34:56 and third was Ross Simpson from Swansea Harriers in 35:31.

The women’s race was won by Hayley Winters from Gloucester AC in 39:49 and second was Almost  Amber Bullingham in 42:12. Third was Jane Colman from Bristol and West AC in 42:51.

The winners of the corporate challenge were the Fasthosts Cheetahs followed by Pitt Godden & Taylor LLP and in third place the Fasthosts Gazelles.

Find out more at: www.rungloucester.co.uk

Gloucester 10k - Sunday, July 13, 2014

Men's results

1 James Bellward RAF 34:21
2 Mark Edwards Bristol and West AC 34:56
3 James Thomas Running Somewhere Else 35:23

 

Women's results

1 Hayley Winters Gloucester Athletic Club 39:49
2 Amber Bullingham Almost Athletes 42:12
3 Jane Colman Bristol and West AC 42:51

 

Click here for full results

 

 

 

Lee Valley 10K

Lee Valley 10K

Conditions were humid for the 2014 Lee Valley 10k, a popular event is over a fast, flat, traffic-free course through River Lee Country Park.

Nearly 500 runners took part and NZ Paralympian Tim Prendergast started the race and presented awards.

The event is supported by Broxbourne Runners and Edmonton Running Club who provided the many marshals throughout the course.

All athletes received a commemorative t-shirt and children in the fun run picked up a medal as well. Athletes were able to prepare and recover with a free sports massage. Entertainment at the start and finish was provided by Harlow Steel Band  

Lee Valley 10K

Twitter: @LeeValleyPark
Facebook: Lee Valley Regional Park

Men's 10km results

1 Thomas Grimes East London Runners 34:49
2 Matthew Woodman Unattached 36:47
3 Jonathan Abel West 4 Harriers 36:53

 

Women's 10km results

1 Louise Atkin London Heathside 43:43
2 Caroline Dunnett Unattached 43:45
3 Charlotte Broyd Unattached 45:22

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Neurocare Charity Fox Trot Trail (8k Trail Run)

This was the second time that the Neurocare Charity, Fox Trot Trail was held, and the first year that we provided timings for the runners. It was a successful event, held in perfect running conditions out in the Peak District at the Fox House Pub in the Longshaw Estate. A water station was provided at the halfway point, and cakes and goody bags for everyone at the finish line!

Tom Davies took an impressive first place with a time of just over 40 minutes to complete the off-road 8k course, and was closely followed by the fastest female of the event, Leanne Dungworth, who flew around and hardly even looked flustered at the finish line!

Non-runners were able to walk around the course after the runners – an especially huge achievement for ex-patient Joanne Patterson, recovering from neurosurgery earlier in the year. Neurocare raises money for equipment and facilities on the Neuro wards of the Royal Hallamshire Hospital (www.neurocare.org.uk). We look forward to doing the event again next year, and growing it with more participants –runners and walkers!

Men’s results

1 Tom Davies 40.43.95
2 Paul Perry 42.37.30
3 Michael Normoyle 43.08.91

Women’s results

1 Leanne Dungworth (2nd overall) 40.49.12
2 Nicola Downham 48.40.61
3 Fran Noon 50.21.70

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Notfast Open 10k

On warm, overcast day with only a few spots of rain, there were 240 starters in the 27th Notfast Open 10k, run on a mostly flat rural course, apart from an 800m long hill around halfway, followed by a downhill section.

There was a fairly close race for first and second place but Ben Livesey just had the edge on Aaron Scott at the finish. Carl Allwood was third.

Catherine Payne of Grantham RC was first woman in 43:43, followed by Hallamshire Harriers' Nicola Birch in 44:41and Amy Fendley of Worksop Harriers in 45:09.

Men's results

1 Ben Livesey Birchfield Harriers 00:31:43
2 Adam Holland VOTWO 00:31:47
3 Carl Allwood Sutton in Ashfield Harriers 00:34:00

 

Women's results

1 Catherine Payne Grantham RC 00:43:43
2 Nicola Birch Hallamshire Harriers 00:44:41
3 Amy Fendley Worksop Harriers 00:45:09

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Uckfield Lions 10k Fun Run

The weather was warm and slightly humid but windless for this event. The ground was firm, but as usual there were a couple of muddy patches which most of the runners found!

The course from the Uckfield Rugby Club took the runners around the Rugby Field and then out on what must be one of the prettiest runs in the South-East, through Views Wood and the Buxted Park Estate to Buxted and returning through a different part of the Estate and Views Wood.

The time reflect the conditions with fast times for this course from the leaders. All entrants finished the course and were presented with medals, the men’s and woman’s winners being presented with trophies.

Men's results

1 Kevin Perez 40:30
2 David Potts 42:29
3 Stuart Baker 42:38

 

Women's results

1 Emma Rowllings 40:37
2 Kirstine Kirby 45:30
3 Natalie Welch 46:13

 

Click here for full results

 

 

We Love MCR 10K

We Love MCR 10K - Sunday, July 13, 2014

A record number of runners took part in Sunday’s (13 July) We Love MCR 10K at the Etihad Campus in East Manchester.

The event, now known by runners as the ‘people's race,’ welcomed almost 3,500 runners of all ages and standards, with the winner, Mohammed Abu-Rezeq, completing the fast course in 30:39 minutes.

With the majority of runners competing for their chosen charities and individual good causes, Manchester's Lord Mayor Cllr. Susan Cooley started the race with Dr Ron Hill MBE.

In the men's category, Mohammed Abu-Rezeq from Altrincham took the winner’s title for the third year running, crossing the finish line in a time of 30 minutes 39 seconds. Mohammed’s Altrincham & District Athletic Club teammates, Andy Norman and Dave Norman claimed second and third place, finishing in 32 minutes and 32 minutes and 3 seconds respectively.

In the women’s category, there was a new winner, Jessica Coulson from Stockport Harriers, who finished in a time of 34 minutes and 4 seconds.  Amanda Crook took second place in 35 minutes and 46 seconds and last years’ women’s winner Gina Paletta finished in third place in 36 minutes and 31 seconds. 

Team Swinton were the winners of the Bird Consultancy Corporate Challenge, taking home the corporate trophy and sports vouchers.

To end the day, over 200 children aged from 18 months to 6 years old took part in the toddler trot, which was also enjoyed by parents and grandparents alike.

We Love MCR 10K - Sunday, July 13, 2014

Photos: The Toddler Trot and the winner with the Lord Mayor of Manchester

Sports Tours International also organises the City of Salford 10k, which will take place on Sunday 7 September and the Grand 10k Run at Aintree on Sunday 28 September. For more information visit www.sportstoursinternational.co.uk or follow on Twitter at  @sportstoursint

 Men's results

1 Mohammed Abu-Rezeq 30:39
2 Andy Norman 32:00
3 Dave Norman 32:03

 

Women's results

1 Jessica Coulson 34:04
2 Amanda Crook 35:46
3 Gin Paletta 36:31

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Wyvern 10K

Wyvern 10K

The third running of the popular Wyvern 10K went ahead at the weekend. Originating as a legacy event from the 2012 Olympics, this race has a focus on Junior runners in the 15 to 18 year old age category to encourage a greater participation in sport.

In perfect summer running conditions, there were 398 finishers, just a few short of the inaugural event two years ago. 

Iwan Thomas got the race started on Wyvern College's unique 'J' running track and then joined the race as a competitor. In a keenly contested race, local club Eastleigh Running Club fielded both the men's and ladies winners. 

Wyvern 10K

The winning men's Club was Stubbington Green Runners & AC, while Eastleigh Running Club was the winning women's team.

Male Junior Champion was Murray Watson with a time of 38:18 and female Junior Champion was Rebecca Lord in 44:41.

Organised by Wyvern College and new running club partners, Hedge End Running Club, the event was a tremendous success, something that the organisers intend to build on in future years. Next year's date is already set for Sunday the 12th of July.

Wyvern 10K

Men's results

1 Tom Stevens Eastleigh Running Club 34:00
2 James Sawyer Stubbington Green Runners & AC 34:55
3 Richard Waldron Southampton AC 34:58

 

Women's results

1 Hannah Howard Eastleigh Running Club 37:42
2 Emma Henshaw Lordshill Road Runners 39:54
3 Helena Schofield Scarborough AC 40:37

 

Click here for full results

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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