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Weekend review: October 24 & 25, 2015

by Editor
Monday 26th October 2015
 
 

Saturday, October 24, 2015

Manchester Relays

Saturday 24th October saw the 49th edition of the Manchester University Cross Country Relays. Some light rain in the morning had left the 3.01km grass course fairly damp and relatively slow, however that did not stop the many university and running club teams from turning out in force.

The women's race consisted of 55 teams running 3 legs and got off to a flying start with Amelia Pettitt of Newcastle University finishing her first leg in 10.08, 10 seconds clear of the chasers. During the second leg, pre-race favourites Birmingham University took the lead but excellent running by the Manchester University team meant they entered the final leg with just 2 seconds advantage. Birmingham's consistency showed in the final leg and they ran home eventual winners 23 seconds ahead of Manchester who held on for second place, the best position by the home team in many years. The first place junior team was Manchester Harriers Girls in 33.10.

The mens race consisted of 6 legs and had a massive 62 teams competing. The race was lead off by course record holder Jonathan Davies who's first leg for Birmingham University was the fastest of the day at 8.32, closely followed by fellow Birmingham athlete Ian Crowe-Wright in 8.35. As the race progressed the lead was traded between Birmingham, Leeds University and Durham University and on the last leg Cameron Field of Durham overtook Michael Wilson of Birmingham to cross the line first. However as Cameron Field had already ran another leg for the same team earlier in the race, the Durham University team was deemed non-competitive in accordance with the race rules and the first place prizes went to Birmingham. Other notable mentions must go to Will Beauchamp and Mike Tanner of Sheffield Running Club who alternated 3 legs each and finished in an exceptional 57.31. The first place junior team was Manchester Harriers Boys in 1.01.49.

The mixed race also consisted of 6 legs and had 13 teams with the home victory going to Manchester University in an excellent time of 1.02.14. Special mention goes to Oxford Brookes University who's mixed team finished 4th despite arriving at the race only 10 minutes before the start!

Results:

Men's team results

1 Durham University (NC) 53.55
2 Birmingham University 53.57
3 Leeds University 54.20

 

Women's team results

1 Birmingham University 31.15
2 Manchester University 31.38
3 Nottingham University 32.13

 

Mixed team results

1 Manchester University 1.02.14
2 Alehouse Academicals 1.03.26
3 Huddersfield University 1.04.16

 

Men's individual results

1 Jonathan Davies Birmingham Uni 8.32
2 Ian Crowe-Wright Birmingham Uni 8.35
3 Stuart McCallum Birmingham Uni 8.37

 

Women's individual results

1 Amelia Pettitt Newcastle Uni 10.08
2 Aubree Piepmeier Nottingham Uni 10.18
3 Hannah Brown Manchester Uni 10.19

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Night Fright

There were some fantastic costumes - from witches to skeletons, gruesome accidents to zombies at this year's Night Fright Halloween Run!

Families took part in a 2.5km walk through the spooky woods which were lit by glowsticks and patrolled by ghosts and ghools, and, surprisingly, a gorilla! More glowsticks and sweets were handed out on route.

Nearly 50 runners took part in the 5km run. It was very dark out on course, but luckily no one got taken away by the monsters at the spook stations!

The rain was pretty torrential but you’d never have guessed from the cheery/spooky faces!

Charity contributions were given to Harrison’s Fund, a local charity fundraising for research into Duchenne, a horrible muscle wasting disease affecting young boys.

Men's results

1 Brown Matthew 24:38
2 Hadley Mark 24:54
3 Ben Le Vallee 25:21

 

Women's results

1 Rosie Scott 31:20
2 Sarah Belsey 32:17
3 Danielle Bruton 32:30

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Snowdonia Marathon Eryri

33rd Snowdonia Marathon Eryri 2015 - Saturday, October 24, 2015

Photos © Sport Pictures Cymru

Deemed by many to be the toughest, considered by those who have taken part to be the most stunning, today’s Brooks Snowdonia Marathon Eryri was made that little bit more difficult as runners faced the challenge of this classic race under heavy rain, as 2015 once again saw the race rise to new levels of popularity with almost 2000 runners setting off at 10.30am just outside of the village of Llanberis, in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park.

The inclement weather did little to dampen the spirits of the masses, or the pace of the lead runners, as the men’s course record was smashed by Kent AC man and Snowdonia first-timer John Gilbert, and there was a new name on the women’s trophy too as Tracy McCartney took the ladies’ crown. 

The day dawned to familiar weather conditions at this famous event, though the wind was gusty, it was heavy rain which mainly added that little bit of extra spice to the race which takes in almost 3000ft of climbing over its 26 arduous miles. An emotional start line also featured Welsh rocker Mike Peters getting the runners underway. A tireless fundraiser and inspirational speaker, Mike sung a highly charged rendition of his track ‘By Your Side’ to runners at the start. The song provides a soundtrack for his By Your Side campaign which raises funds for cancer care in North Wales. 

As the race unfolded over the early miles and the climb to Pen y Pass at mile 5, its was Gilbert - fresh from a very fast clocking of 2:15 in Berlin a month earlier - who stamped his authority on the men’s race, setting a super-high tempo on the steep uphill section, establishing a lead of around 30 seconds over Welshman Mike Kallenberg. This was a lead which he wasn’t to relinquish for the rest of the race. 

In the women’s event it was a similar story, as Nene Valley runner McCartney set a pace few could live with on the first 5 mile climb, cresting Pen y Pass in 32:57, some 70 seconds up on the chasers, which included 2014 women’s winner Andrea Rowlands - who had come into the race with a hamstring injury, eventual second placer Joanne Nelson, Caitlin Rice and Mary Grace Spalton. 

As the men’s race unfolded over the next miles to the halfway point in Beddgelert, both Gilbert and McCartney emphasised their supremacy. Mile 13 to 20 did little undermine that fact as far as Gilbert was concerned, with Cardiff man Kallenberg remaining strong in second and fellow Welshman Phil Matthews in third. In the ladies race McCartney looked strong and at mile 23 had a lead over almost 3 minutes, but behind Darwen runner Joanne Nelson was on a charge. So much of a charge that by mile 25 she was only around 90 seconds behind McCartney.

In the men’s race Gilbert held his nerve, remained strong, and continued to pull away from his pursuers over the second half of the race. The only question remaining - how close could he get to Rob Samuel’s 2012 record of 2:35:40. As the Kent man plummeted into Llanberis and the finish line is was becoming clear it would be very close, and even more apparent as he crossed mile 25 that the record was very much on. 

Entering the village it was obvious he was well inside the course record, rounding the final corner and into the high street to cross the line in a majestic 2:33:38.

Behind 24-year old Kallenberg held his form superbly over the closing miles, coming home in second a little over two mins back on Gilbert and barely 10 seconds outside of the old course record. Matthews held on for third, with local man Gwyn Owen finishing 4th and Aberdare man Adam Bull completing the top five.

The women’s race had by now turned into a nail biting finish, with Tracy McCartney who had led from the start being reeled in with every yard by Joanne Nelson. Unfortunately for Nelson the finish came a little too soon, as McCartney held on over the last mile to take a famous victory in 3:08:47, just over a minute up.

Nelson went on to take a very good second in 3:09:56, with 2014 women’s champion Rowlands showing her strength and class, banishing her injury woes, taking a very good third in 3:16:48.

33rd Snowdonia Marathon Eryri 2015 - Saturday, October 24, 2015

Photos © Sport Pictures Cymru

Further info via the Brooks Snowdonia Marathon Eryri website www.snowdoniamarathon.co.uk, on Facebook and Twitter @marathoneryri

Men's results

1 John Gilbert  Kent AC 2:33:38
2 Mike Kallenberg Cardiff AAC  2:35:50
3 Phil Matthews  Swansea Harriers 2:39:11
4 Gwyn Owen  Eryri Harriers  2:46:24
5 Adam Bull   Aberdare Valley AAC 2:47:38

 

Women's results

1 Tracy McCartney  Eryri Harriers 3:08:44
2 Joanne Nelson  Darwen Dashers RC 3:09:38
3 Andrea Rowlands Eryri Harriers  3:16:48
4 Caitlin Rice  Glossopdale Harriers  3:20:25
5 Mary Grace Spalton  Belgrave Harriers 3:22:14

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Yeovil Montacute parkrun

Yeovil Montacute parkrun

Photos: Running UP the Avenue; Lydie Cole leads the way
 
Saturday saw Yeovil Montacute parkrun celebrate the 100th parkrun at Montacute House and whilst the rain did its best to dampen our enthusiasm, it was brilliant to see so many runners  here – with 306 runners, we equalled our record turn out. We were running the course in reverse and it was cool to see all of them streaming up the Avenue and down the Hill – a popular choice judging by the cheers that marked that announcement! Many thanks to our hosts at the National Trust for the fabulous cake that was made for our 100th celebration – a true work of art! 

Well done to Nick Sale on reaching the 50 parkrun mark, and to Taryn Monks who, in setting the course and then taking up station mid-Hill, was recording her 50th volunteering stint.

In the run there was a strong performance at the sharp end by Crewkerne team mates Ed Stahl (first over the line  in 18m04) – keeping up his 100% record as he’s finished first on each of the 4 times he’s been here – and Jason “Steve” Scott second in 18m13. Adam Whaites of the Hydrographic Harriers was third finisher in 18m50. 

In the Ladies’ run, Kirsty Norman was first lady (& then third barcode scanner!) as she led the way in22m04, with Zoe Hayward of Maiden Newton Runners second lady (36th overall) with a time of 22m13. Isobel Stockley of Epsom & Ewell Harriers, was third (38th overall) over the line in 22m28 – she and her family had left home in Surrey at 5.30am in order to join us. The comment in the visitor book was that this was, “our first time here – but not our last! Look forward to seeing you come back soon! On our 100th run it seems quite apt that leading the age-graded standings this week was Lesley Nesbitt who was graded 79.17% for her time of 26:00 - 100th place overall. Kim Fletcher finished in 290th place and a time of 39m56 – and in doing so brought up the 17,000th run here at Montacute! 

Yeovil Montacute parkrun

Photos: National Trust cake - a work of art! Enjoying running Down the Hill

Of the parkrun tourists Robyn Collins was up from Exeter for her first off-road parkrun and will be re-visiting in the future, and Gary Milllner was down from Ashford in Kent and found you all a friendly group of runners – just wait until next week Gary when they’re all dressed up for Hallowe’en. Carol Lloyd was over from our neighbours at Longrun Meadow in Taunton and Kate Giles was joining us from HQ – Bushy park – to complete her first parkrun since 2012.  

Men's results

1 Ed STAHL Crewkerne RC 18:04
2 Jason SCOTT Crewkerne RC 18:13
3 Adam WHAITES Hydrographic Harriers 18:50

 

Women's results

1 Kirsty NORMAN Gillingham Trotters RC 22:04
2 Zoe HAYWARD Maiden Newton Runners 22:13
3 Isobel Maria STOCKLEY Epsom & Ewell Harriers 22:28

 

Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Yeovil Montacute parkrun Results Page

 

 

Sunday, October 25, 2015

Cambridge Town & Gown 10k

Cambridge Town & Gown 10k

The Town and Gown 10k series is supports Muscular Dystrophy UK and raises much needed funds to fight against muscle-wasting conditions, which affect over 70,000 people in the UK.

Over 1500 people signed up for the closed road, chip-timed run, that begins on Victoria Avenue and ends on Midsummer Common.

Runners enjoyed golden Autumn sunshine along the fast, flat course, perfect for a PB.

The 2014 winner Jonathan Escalante-Phillips was first to cross the finish line in a time of 32:27. He said: "It's a brilliant course. I love being able to run through the heart of the City. Today has been fantastic, the organisation, the support, and thankfully, the weather too! A great run for a great cause."

In second place was Zaharias Rouimi, with a time of 32:37 and Chris Darling was third in 32:55.

Alison Greggor was the first woman in a time of 36:59. Sarah Wrightman was second in 38:50 and Sian-Marie Lucas third in 39:34.

Men's results

1 Jonathan Escalante-Phillips 32:27
2 Zaharias Rouimi 32:37
3 Chris Darling 32:55

 

Women's results

1 Alison Greggor 36:59
2 Sarah Wrightman 38:50
3 Sian-Marie Lucas 39:34

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Fleet 10k (Peter Driver Memorial)

Record numbers again took part in last Sunday’s Peter Driver Fleet 10k memorial race.  Organisers Fleet and Crookham AC were delighted that the race went ahead without hitch in perfect running conditions.  First over the finish line was Alex Pointon of AFD in 32.37.  First lady home was  Sarah Harris  from Long Eaton RC with a time of 38.01.  

First men’s team were Aldershot & Farnham District (AFD) made up of Alex Pointon, Brendan Cottrell and Daniel Quinlan and 1st ladies team were Hart Road Runners made up of Leslie Locks, Alexa King and Susan Wokey.  First man home for Fleet & Crookham AC was Ben Raggett in 36.31 with an improvement of a minute on last year and first lady was Lisa Hale in 43.19.

Race Director Rich Jackson said after the race “With a record number of finishers this year, we were bowled over by the level of support for our annual 10k race.  Even with making an additional 200 places available this year we still sold out a whole month before race day. Looking at 1,000 runners lined up at the start was an awesome sight indeed as was Fleet Road which was lined with 100’s of supporters, we’ve even had to hire in crowd control barriers for the finish area for the first time.  On top of this we had almost 100 volunteers in the background ensuring that everything went off without a hitch from marshals, to registration, water station attendants, sports massage therapists, photographers, Frimley Park Radio providing music and race commentary at the finish and our Junior section athletes who manned the water and medal station at the finish and provided us with a fantastic warm up before the race.  Ridgeway BMW sponsored the Lead Car,  and Sweatshop in Woking printed our race numbers which this year included the runners names, provided all of our prize vouchers.  To add to the runner experience we provided an Fresh coffee van who unsurprising sold out of all their home made cakes, free face painting and courtesy of three photography degree students from Farnborough Technical college, free race photos which are available on our Flickr page.  We had ideal weather conditions with no rain, a dry course and some cloud cover, we really couldn't have ordered better. 

This year we upgrade our 5k funrun to an accurately measured 5k road race, this started at our ‘alternative start’ in Victoria road and proved very popular.  As our UK Athletics licence permits entrants over the age of 11 to run in a 5k, as opposed to the minimum entry age of 15 for the 10k, it attracted some fantastic junior athletes including the overall race winner, Katie Hopkins of Woking AC who races in the Under 15 age group and won the race in under 19 minutes, certainly one to watch in the 10k in a few years time.

Fleet & Crookham AC have already started to prepare for next year's Brooks pre-London Fleet Half Marathon which takes place on Sunday 20th March 2016 Race Director Penny Abbott was delighted to announce that despite the on-line entries going live only a couple of weeks ago over 1000 places have already been snapped up.  Last  year’s race was filled before the end of the year and therefore runners are urged to get their entries in early.

This can be done on-line by visiting the race's website: www.fleethalfmarathon.com

Men's 10k results

1 Alex Pointon Aldershot Farnham & District 32:37
2 Jim Heal Unattached 33:45
3 Graham Jones Marshall Milton Keynes AC 33:51

 

Women's 10k results

1 Sarah Harris Long Eaton RC 37:06
2 Lesley Locks Hart Road Runners 37:09
3 Alice Leake Reading Road Runners 39:14

 

Click here for full results

 

Men's 5k results

1 Robert Batchelor Unattached 19:02
2 Daniel Black Aldershot Farnham & District 19:17
3 Ethan Yewings Camberley & District AC 19:27

 

Women's 5k results

1 Katie Hopkins (1st overall!) Woking AC 18:56
2 Martha Collings (3rd overall) Woking AC 19:05
3 Charlotte Parsons Aldershot Farnham & District 19:38

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Haltemprice 10k Road Race

Men's results

1 Kris Lecher City of Hull AC 33:03
2 Jules Salsby Unattached 36:54
3 Charles Watson City of Hull AC 37:17

 

Women's results

1 Becky Wilkinson City of York AC 40:26
2 Corinna Turner City of Hull AC 42:13
3 Joanne Burgess Denby Dale RC 42:50

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Ron Skilton Memorial Half Marathon

Following the sad death of their Treasurer and good friend, Ron Skilton, to Motor Neurone Disease in December 2005, this event was added to our Green Events calendar. In his younger years Ron was a keen runner and cyclist so they felt that a half marathon would be a fitting tribute and a way to remember him and celebrate his life.

The weather was perfect - cool yet sunny - and the going was much firmer than usual for this event. The course record, set in 2013, was smashed by over eight minutes and by the first four home!

There were 71 starters and finishers, including two two-person relay teams, which is a record entry too.

The winner was Felipe Jones from Aberystwyth AC with a time of 1:23:5 and Jess Ellis was the winning woman in 1:55:21.

The final tally for the chartiy MNDA (www.mndassociation.org) is not yet in, but it will be posted on the event website as soon it's known.

John Crompton, race organiser (for Green Events Ltd) explains: "Every year I say that I must step down and give someone else a go at organising this one (and a break for me!), but with the true family feel of the event (ALL the marshals are members of the Skilton family!) I have to say 'just one more'. The next race will be number eleven!"

Find out more about the event at www.green-events.co.uk or on Facebook.  www.facebook.com/RonSkiltonHalfMarathon

Ron Skilton Memorial Half Marathon 2015

Photos © Jenny Walsby

Men's results

1 Jones Felipe Aberystwyth AC 1:23:50
2 Jenkins Ryan Unattached 1:27:13
3 Price Sion Sarn Helen 1:28:07

 

Women's results

1 Jones Ruth Unattached 1:52:01
2 Ellis Jess Unattached 1:55:21
3 Turnbull Vanessa Unattached 1:55:31

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Sanlam Bristol + Bath Marathon

Sanlam Bristol + Bath Marathon - October 25, 2015

Four time Ironman World Champion, Chrissie Wellington delighted crowds in Bristol, as she started thousands of eager participants off on the challenging first ever Sanlam Bristol + Bath Marathon, before making her way to Bath to welcome in finishers of the city to city marathon, and present the winners with their trophies.

The men’s race was won in style by Adam Holland from Notfast Running Club, in two hours thirty one minutes and twenty nine seconds. Second place went to Elly Tarus from Salford Harriers AC in two hours thirty one minutes and twenty nine seconds, and Charles Houston took third in two hours forty two minutes and four seconds.

The women’s race was won by Clare Prosser from Wells City Harriers in two hours fifty two minutes and fifty seconds, followed by Elior Phillips from Lliswerry Runners in two hours fifty five minutes and eleven seconds, and Bethany Skinnard who took third.

The brand new event boasted a completely closed-road route throughout the entire 26.2 mile course, and will saw competitors start at 9.00am on Prince Street, Bristol, before making their way through the beautiful and rolling countryside of South Gloucestershire, and on towards the finish line in Royal Victoria Park, Bath.

If you feel inspired by this year’s run, pre-registration is now open for next year’s race at www.bristolbathmarathon.com where you can sign up to be first to hear when entries open for the second instalment!

Sanlam Bristol + Bath Marathon - October 25, 2015

Men's results

1 Adam Holland Notfast 02:31:31
2 Elly Tarus Salford Harriers AC 02:32:15
3 Charles Houston Unattached 02:42:04

 

Women's results

1 Clare Prosser Wells City Harriers 02:52:54
2 Elinor Phillips Lliswerry Runners 02:55:40
3 Bex Gwynne-Jones Unattached 03:01:05

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Shepton Mallet 10k

265 runners turned up at Shepton Mallet Leisure Centre. Presented with perfect running conditions, light breeze and glorious sunshine. Before leaving the centre the runners race round the field for a lap before heading out onto the road, faced with one of the hilliest courses on the 10k circuit.

This years winner was Kieran Young from Wells City Harriers who led from start to finish, with Somerset Athletic Clubs Aaron Pritchard close on his tail. Kieran race over the finish line in an impressive 36m 33s just missing out on his previous Shepton 10k time.

The first female to cross the line was Rachel Heard in a strong time of 46m 35s nearly a full minute ahead of his second female competitor.

A great race to end the 2015 1610 Race Series.

 Men's results

1 Kieran Young Wells City Harriers 00:36:33
2 Aaron Pritchard Somer AC 00:37:29
3 Tom Dukes Wells City Harriers 00:37:53

 

Women's results

1 Rachel Heard Unattached 00:46:35
2 Ashleigh Jay Gade Valley Harriers 00:47:33
3 Jennifer Williams Unattached 00:47:59

 

Click here for full results

 

 

Water of Life 10km and Half Marathon

Water of Life 10km and Half Marathon

Photos © Sussex Sports Photography (SussexSportPhotography.com)

Over 500 fundraisers and seasoned athletes laced up their trainers to take part in the Water of Life 10km and Half Marathon on Sunday 25 October, hosted by Race Organiser Purple Patch Running. The event has raised over £500,000 in the last seven years for Diageo's Water of Life programme, funding WaterAid projects in Africa.  

Starting and finishing at Bisham Abbey National Sports Centre, the race village atmosphere was great fun. WaterAid mascots and energetic African Drummers helped motivate runners before the half marathon set off at 10am, followed by the 10km runners at 10.15am. The scenic routes followed the River Thames between Marlow and Henley incorporating beautiful countryside and runners were blessed with sunshine. Even the juniors got a chance to shine with an 800m race rewarding youngsters with a t-shirt and medal.

The event boasted a magnificent spectator-friendly start and finish by the river, with supporters cheering each individual runner. First across the line was James Silvey completing the 10km distance in a remarkable time of 35 minutes 19 seconds. The first female in the 10km was Joanne Johnson, who was running for the Royal Air Force Triathlon Association and finished in a time of 43 minutes, 14 seconds.

Less than an hour later, Pedro Upton of Bracknell Forest Runners powered across the line to complete the half marathon in 1 hour 18 minutes. First female half marathon finisher was Melissah Gibson, with a fantastic time of 1 hour 28 minutes. Lord Leigh of Hurley showed his continued support for WaterAid by taking part and finished the half marathon in 1 hour 55 minutes. The oldest runner on the day was 80 year old Trevor Hart from London, crossing the line in an inspiring time of 2 hours 23 minutes.

The Siddons’ from Maidenhead came out on top as the most successful family on the day, with three generations taking part in the event. Running for Maidenhead Athletics Club, Pauline Siddons won the 10km over 60s category in 56 minutes 56 seconds. Pauline’s son Craig also took first place in his age category for the 10km, with a time of 40 minutes 28 seconds. Not to be outdone, Craig’s daughters Chloe and Ella came second in their respective age groups for the junior race.

Chris Donald, Race Director, describes the event as a huge success: “The atmosphere here today has been brilliant and I’m so glad the sun made an appearance to provide perfect weather conditions. The African Drummers delivered superb motivation out on the course and we’ve had extremely positive feedback from runners and spectators alike. I’d like to say a massive congratulations to each and every person who took part and a massive thank you for the money they have raised for WaterAid.”

To see the full list of results from this year’s Water of Life 10km & Half Marathon and to sign up for next year’s event, please visit: www.purplepatchrunning.com. To find out more about WaterAid visit: www.wateraid.org/uk.

Men's half marathon results

1 Pedro UPTON Bracknell Forest Runners 01:18:56
2 Andrew BARTON   01:22:57
3 Greg HARRADINE   01:25:35

 

Women's half marathon results

1 Melissah GIBSON Unattached 01:28:05
2 Clare NORRISH White Horse Harriers AC 01:29:07
3 Tracy MARKHAM Unattached 01:33:19

 

Click here for full results

 

Men's results

1 James SILVEY Unattached 35:20
2 Henry HART Unattached 37:42
3 Adam BENNETT Unattached 37:49

 

Women's results

1 Joanne JOHNSON Royal Air Force Triathlon Association 43:14
2 Katie HATHAWAY Unattached 44:14
3 Eileen MCCARTER On the Run Aylesbury 46:27

 

Click here for full results

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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