Newsdesk 2012


*************************************************** RANELAGH HARRIERS E-NEWS # 388 31 October 2012 Editor: Steve Rowland mailto: steverowland@ranelagh-harriers.com *************************************************** HEADLINE NEWS ************* * Our men finish 5th in the opening Surrey League race, our women finish 14th * Phil Killingley and Marie Synnott-Wells lead our teams * Mark Herbert and Becky Hall are our leading finishers in the Cabbage Patch 10 * Orion wins the Harold Lee Cup mob match by 229 points to 646. * Mark Herbert and Cathy Jones head our mob * Estelle Damant runs 3:01 in the Amsterdam Marathon, Carl Selya-Hammer records 2:41 at Frankfurt * parkrun placings for Wiebke Kortum, Jane Craigie-Payne, Juliet Edwards and Gemma Cory * Important news from our coaching team * Next men's Surrey League in Richmond Park on November 10th * All needed for our home mob match v Thames Hare & Hounds on November 17th * Book now for the Christmas Party ATTENTION PLEASE **************** IMPORTANT NEWS FROM THE RANELAGH COACHING TEAM Karen Weir writes: "Following a recent meeting of the Ranelagh coaching team we have decided to shake things up a little to help all our runners improve and share the coaching load amongst more volunteers. Many of you have got 'comfortable' in your groups and we are also trying to encourage members to aspire to improve and work your way up through the groups. We will be removing the alignment between a single coach and a specific group so you will find your Tuesday night sessions being taken by different coaches; this keeps everyone fresh and gives the coaches a chance to train without the pressure of coaching every week. Over the next few weeks, the coaches will be introduced to you on a Tuesday night and we hope you will be encouraged to pick the training group that best suits your pace and current condition. There will be five groups going forward: * Advanced - sub 22 min for 5km * Intermediate 1 - sub 25 min for 5km * Intermediate 2 - sub 28 min for 5km * Intermediate 3 - sub 35 min for 5km * Development - suitable for beginners, those slower than 35 min for 5km and/or unable to cover 5 miles, or those simply wanting a gentle run. We will also be introducing a Saturday training session on the first Saturday of each month which will incorporate Richmond parkrun. Members of the coaching team will be available to lead a warm up and then pace parkrun to help Ranelagh members achieve their PB goals. Each month we will advertise which coaches will be available and the times they are willing to pace. No need to let us know you're coming, just meet your coaches at Pembroke Lodge by 8.30 and please wear Ranelagh kit if possible. (Meet by the coffee cabin next to the car park). The session will start promptly so arrive a little early and let your coach know the pace you'd like to attempt. First coached parkrun will be Saturday 4th November and coaches available are: Peter Weir - 20 mins or slower Wiebke Kortum - 22 mins or slower Phil Killingley - 17 mins or slower The coaching team will also be taking over one of the notice boards in the clubhouse so you'll be able to find details of the coaches and the training sessions. This will take a while to get established but we will have it in place by the end of the year. We are looking forward to training with you and seeing you improve and achieve your goals, we know it's not all about speed for everyone so don't feel that you are being forced out of your comfort zone if that's not what you are interested in. We are simply trying to raise our coaching standards, spread the number of runners across the groups a little more equally and reduce the workload on our volunteers. See you on a Tuesday night soon!" ZXU SURREY CROSS-COUNTRY LEAGUE DIVISION 1 Saturday 10th November Marc Snaith writes: "The mud on your spikes may still be damp but already we need to start planning for the second Surrey League fixture on our course at Richmond Park in less than two weeks' time. We are only 70pts ahead of eighth placed Stragglers so we need another great performance to solidify our place in the mid-table pack. This will be the 200th race of the Surrey League so it would be good to celebrate the occasion with an improved performance on the last race. We'll probably be missing Carl Selya-Hammer who ran the Frankfurt Marathon last Sunday so we need improvements from those who ran at Wimbledon Common and also appearances from those runners who missed the first race but would expect to score. I was disappointed that we only managed 17 runners last time and being a home fixture I'm hoping to see more than 30 of you on the start line and some new faces from the Ham training group. Despite not having a full B team, we still lead the competition against The Stragglers by 90pts. The ladies aren't racing on 10 November so I'm hoping we'll have great support on the course and we can match that with an outstanding performance." MOB MATCH v THAMES HARE & HOUNDS Saturday 17th November Looking further ahead, our second mob match this season is against Thames Hare and Hounds on our own course in Richmond Park on November 17th. They will be stronger than us at the front but with weight of numbers we can beat them. Everyone is needed! Put the date in your diary now, and don't forget also that in the evening we enjoy a very convivial and entertaining supper with our visitors in the clubhouse. CHRISTMAS PARTY at the Richmond Hill Hotel 144-150 Richmond Hill, Richmond-upon-Thames, Surrey, TW10 6RW. Tel. 020 8940 2247 Saturday 15th December 2012 at 7.00pm * Dinner 3 courses and wine - choice of food at booking - see brochure link page 4 * Dancing - disc jockey * Price £45 To reserve your place........ Email Michele Gibson or text Michele 07703 518 956 or grab me at the club on Tuesdays and Wednesdays!!! Cheque payable to Ranelagh Harriers and give to Michele Gibson - NO paying on night. I also need your food choices. The menus can be seen at the clubhouse, there are two on the main table next to the Christmas Party list or by accessing the link to the Richmond Hill Hotel brochure as above. Please either leave cheque payment in envelope at the club or post to Michele Gibson, 107 Elm Road New Malden, Surrey KT3 3HN. RUNNERS' ROWING RACE Paul Gregory is trying to revive the Franckeiss Cup rowing race that used to be contested between ourselves, Blackheath Harriers and sometimes other clubs. The Skiff Club, of which Paul is a member, is offering their facilities and skiffs for training in November and - hopefully - a race on Sunday 2nd December. Double skiffs would be used - two oarsmen/women and a cox - on a downstream course of approx 3 - 3 ½ minutes. Paul writes: "Skiffing is with two blades, as opposed to rowing which has one oar per crew member. As there is no load on the joints, skiffing is an ideal way to exercise particularly for runners recovering from injury. Skiffing is a much easier skill than rowing to acquire as the boats are inherently stable, and four outings should enable a good race to take place." We already have a few volunteers but there is room for more, especially anyone prepared to cox for one of the skiffs. If you have any rowing experience or would like to have a try or would be prepared to cox, contact Roger Haines at captain@theskiffclub.org.uk. The Skiff Club will ensure that instructors are available for each crew. RICHMOND HALF MARATHON Sunday 5th May 2013 I know it's not until next May, but we have already received nearly 500 entries and it seems certain that - like last year - the entry limit will be reached by January if not sooner. If you wish to run can we urge you to get your entry in now. Numbers are easily transferrable through the club or Fetch Everyone and Runner's World so if you can't run after all you needn't be out of pocket. Details:. GREEN BELT RELAY 2013 Kirsty Bangham writes: "I have received an email with details of next year's GBR. It is due to take place on May 11th/12th - a week earlier than last year in order to avoid the large bike ride going in the opposite direction! I would like to take a break from organising the teams this year, but would be happy to help and support someone else. I would definitely like to take part! Please let me know if anyone is interested in organising the Ranelagh teams for this excellent event. Contact Kirsty kirstybangham@hotmail.com ." THE VERTICAL KILOMETRE Peter Fordham sends this from the International Skyrunning Federation website: "Both the men's and women's world records in the Vertical Kilometre tumbled in the fourth Vertical Series race in Fully, Switzerland. Italy's Urban Zemmer rocketed up the 1,000m vertical course, only 1.9 km long, in just 30.26, 20 seconds faster than the standing world record set here in 2011. In the ladies' field the top four all closed under record time. French runner Christel Dewalle was first in 36.48. The new men's record nears a speed of 2,000 vertical metres per hour (precisely 1,971m) an incredible ground-breaking performance that the ISF has been monitoring for many years in a scientific research project. As a matter of interest, the maximum vertical gain in cycling, 1,850m per hour, was established by Marco Pantani in 1998. Depending on the course and type of start, poles are permitted and most of the runners used them. However, to date, the advantages of using poles has not been scientifically demonstrated." Peter adds: "I have witnessed these races in the Dolomites on two occasions and tested part of the course. I have never 'run' a specific 'Vertical KM race', as they've always clashed with my big race the following day. They typically average out at just under 45% gradient, although parts are steeper. I can advise anyone who's interested. For those lacking endurance, there is also the Vertical 100m!" THE RUNNING SHOW 24th - 25th November at Sandown Park To quote from the advertising leaflet: "Whatever motivates you to run - competition, fitness, fundraising or fun, the Running Show is for you. Interact with FREE seminars, workshops and coaching sessions, or compete in the 10k run or 2k family run around the historic Sandown racecourse. Try on and buy the latest shoes, apparel, nutrition and more from top brands providing fantastic show offers and promotions. Car parking is just £5 per vehicle and show entry is free to pre-registered visitors - www.runningshow.co.uk strongmail.magicalia.com ." SWLAN NEWS Circuit Training for Runners - Fitter, Stronger, Faster! Thursday 8th November 7:00pm - 8:00pm at the SMRAC Track, St Mary's University College Twickenham TW1 4SX This ultimate one off circuit class is a must for new ideas on circuit exercises and structures for your training to gain strength, fitness and faster running. Coaches and athletes should attend to take part or just observe and absorb ideas. This is a free class led by our own endurance coach Karen Weir In association with www.runwithkaren.com To book contact: Kate Brook kate.brook@swlan.org.uk Follow Ranelagh on Facebook:. WHAT'S COMING ************* More details of the following from Marc Snaith (07717 213035 / e-mail Marc and Chris ranelagh.men@gmail.com or e-mail Estelle and Phil ranelagh.women@gmail.com Sunday 4th November MABAC League 5 miles at Puttenham Common. 10am start. Details:. Saturday 10th November Men's Surrey League Division 1 in Richmond Park. 3pm start Saturday 17th November Mob Match v Thames Hare & Hounds 7.5 miles in Richmond Park. 2.30pm start Saturday 24th November South of the Thames 5 miles championship at Reigate. 2pm start. parkruns every Saturday at 9am Bushy Park Diana Fountain car park Richmond Park Richmond Gate Wimbledon Common Windmill car park Banstead Woods Car park off B2219 Park Lane, Chipstead Bedfont Lakes Bedfont Lakes Country Park, Ashford, Middlesex Kingston The Hawker Centre Old Deer Park Pools in the Park on the A316 Crane Park Near the Hospital Bridge Roundabout on the A316 in Twickenham Other venues, more details and registration at www.parkrun.com 2km junior parkruns for under 14s take place on the first Sunday of each month from Bushy Park's Teddington Gate (11am start) and from Savill Garden car park, Windsor Great Park (9.30am start). WHAT'S HAPPENED *************** 2XU SURREY CROSS-COUNTRY LEAGUE DIVISION 1 Saturday 20th October on Wimbledon Common Marc Snaith reports: "First the team result. We finished an amazing fifth which is an incredible result given the absences in our team and the quality of competition. What an excellent start to the season and with a home fixture coming up we can really put some daylight between us and the relegation zone - currently only 70pts. So onto the racing. Sam Perkins was keen to get off to a good start and show Phil Killingley that his one run a week training plan was more productive than Phil's three runs a week plan. However with a mile to go Sam was 'having a tantrum' because he hadn't seen Phil for the entire race. Was Phil really that far ahead? Moments later Phil eased past his younger clubmate and maintained his advantage all the way to the finish. Phil edged inside the top twenty, with Sam not far behind in 23rd. Darryl McDonald followed our top two showing that he hadn't lost any of his summer form two seconds ahead of Carl Selya-Hammer who was warming up for next week's Frankfurt Marathon. Both were just inside the top 50 in 48th and 49th respectively. Man of the meet was undoubtedly Ian Kenton who was our fifth scorer and ran by far his best race in a Ranelagh vest finishing in 68th so surely a top 50 spot would be a good target for February? Barely a minute after Ian, three Harriers finished within ten seconds of each other headed by Chris Bundhun (76th), chased closely by Ted Mockett (81st) and Trevor Maguire (82nd). The latter is adamant he lost ten places resolving a mid-course shoe lace incident. I'll remember that if we are relegated by less than 10 points! At the back of our scoring team were two runners returning from injury who will be looking forward to racing properly after Christmas when they are a bit fitter, Steve Whitehead (93rd) and Marc Snaith (98th). The latter was making all kinds of excuses about spike length and foot pain, didn't we hear that one at the National?? Hold on, should I be talking about myself in the third person? Duncan Mallison will be disappointed that Marc's spikes were 3mm longer as Duncan narrowly missed out on scoring for the first time. Phil Aiken showed that his appointment as women's team manager has not slowed him down and had one of his best cross country runs just ahead of Perry Rendell making his Surrey League debut. There's a lot more to come from both guys this season and hopefully Perry can persuade a few of his training group to run our home meeting in three weeks' time. Only seventeen ran which is disappointing considering our lowest turnout last year was 25. We lost a few runners to the following day's Cabbage Patch 10 but those who did run gave a great account of themselves in what was a tough course in tougher conditions. This meant we were three men short of the magic twenty required to complete a full B team in the competition against The Stragglers. However The Stragglers also felt the pain of the Cabbage Patch 10 and could only muster seventeen runners leaving us equally punished." Kent AC made the expected impact by winning on their Division 1 debut ahead of Thames, with holders Herne Hill pushed back to third. Hercules Wimbledon finished an isolated 4th and then our unexpected fifth place set us up with a 13 points advantage over Belgrave and SLH, Stragglers another 61 behind and then Reigate a little tailed off. As Marc mentioned, both we and Stragglers fielded only 17 runners, so in our unofficial B team contest with them we were both penalised for the missing three runners. The score stands at 1487 to 1577 in our favour. SURREY LADIES CROSS-COUNTRY LEAGUE DIVISION 1 Saturday 20th October on Wimbledon Common Our women's team was hit even harder than the men's by the clash with the Cabbage Patch and other unavoidable absences. We finished 14th in Division 1 and will have to work hard in the later fixtures to be sure of hanging on to our Division 1 status. Despite a knee injury Marie Synnott-Wells led the team home in 49th place and not too far behind her there were encouraging League debuts from Gemma Cory and Cathy Jones. Sandwiching them were the more experienced Sandra Prosser and Heather Martingell, and providing backup were Kirsty Bangham and Sharon Dooley. Michelle Purcell also ran but was one of a couple of dozen runners who were unfortunately misdirected and ended up running a short course. Livvy Ricketts represented us in the Under 13s race and finished in a promising 30th place. CABBAGE PATCH 10 miles Sunday 21st October As usual there was a strong Ranelagh presence among the 1,600+ starters for the Cabbage Patch 10. Conditions weren't ideal but the course was as fast as ever. The first 53 finishers beat the hour, with the leading men in blue just outside: Mark Herbert led the way, finishing in 60.52 with Martin Halvey just a few seconds back. There was a gap then of some three minutes before Duncan Mallison - who had run the League race the day before - just ahead of Nick Harrison and Lars Lundqvist. Sean Paynter, Bill Neely, Ben Shore and Stewart Anderson completed our sub-70 minutes finishers. There was a close race too for the leading Ranelagh women. Michelle Davies was ahead for the first half of the race before Becky Hall passed her and built up a lead of over 40 seconds before crossing the line in 70.51. Less than a minute further back came Juliet Edwards, finishing - in Phil Aiken's words - like a train. Wiebke Kortum and 17 year-old Amelie Hunton were also inside 76 minutes. HAROLD LEE CUP MOB MATCH v ORION HARRIERS Saturday 27th October We mustered a fairly small "mob" for our annual contest with Orion, and they comfortably outnumbered us on their own course in Epping Forest. After plenty of rain in recent weeks the Forest was in choice condition. For those who like mud - there was plenty of it. For those who don't like mud - well, there was still plenty of it. It's a tough course at the best of times, though scenic if you can take the time to contemplate your surroundings. An early switchback -mercifully on a firm forest track - sets the tone and as the race goes on the hills get longer and steeper, culminating in the infamous Yardley after which - thankfully - there is a half mile run through the trees to the finish. It's certainly no Richmond Park, but that streak of masochism which must permeate through all runners always seems to lead people to say how much they enjoyed it. I'm glad we don't run here every week though! Mark Herbert was the only Ranelagh man to mix it with the leading Orion pack and even he had to let several of them past in the closing stages. Evergreen David Wright in his 149th mob match was our second man home ahead of Peter Faull and Ben Shore. Cathy Jones in her maiden mob match was our leading woman. It was good to see Paul Keen turning out on a trip down from Sheffield. Scoring 19 a side, Orion easily regained the Harold Lee Cup by 229 points to 646. ROYAL PARKS HALF MARATHON Sunday 7th October In addition to the results listed in the last e-news, Ally Salisbury ran a 1:52 PB. Our Chris Read points out that he was not the Chris Read who took part. 3666 Ally Salisbury 1:59.41 (chip time 1:52.10) BRIDGES 2.3 miles handicap Wednesday 10th October at Westminster 1 J de Vry (unatt) 19.52 (actual time 15.52) 10 Alan Davidson 20.33 (17.18) 27 John Hanscomb 22.35 (25.35) THE RIDGEWAY RUN 15km Sunday 14th October at Tring Phil Aiken reports: "According to Tring Running Club's website, The Ridgeway Run was established in 1982 and is a challenging trail run of approximately 15 kilometres, over an attractive route mainly on footpaths and bridleways with stunning Chiltern views. Starting on the outskirts of Tring, the course gradually ascends into the beautiful Ashridge Forest, past the Bridgewater Monument, takes in a stretch of the famous Ridgeway Path before descending back along quiet paths into Tring and finishing at the Cricket Club. This year it was held on the most glorious autumn morning with bright sunshine and a cloudless blue sky. I'm not sure the stunning Chiltern views would have been quite so stunning had the weather been as it was for the Cabbage Patch 10 a week later. But it's the off-road, undulating six miles in the middle which make the race what it is. Imagine a cross between the Surrey Badger Half Marathon and Blackheath's Mob Match course. With an entry fee of £9, which includes a technical tee shirt, it's a bargain and is on my list for next year. The only downside was having to leave home before 6am, such is the dearth of public transport first thing on a Sunday." 1 J Buis (Heaton) 57.19 153 Phil Aiken 78.01 AMSTERDAM MARATHON and HALF MARATHON Sunday 21st October Chris Read reports: "On Sunday 21 October I ran the Amsterdam Half Marathon. I combined the run with a visit to my brother and his family, which ensured some welcome and vocal support. The weather was cool and overcast, which was perfect for running. The course was flat and the race was well organised. I was uncertain how to pace the run as my half marathon times this year have ranged from 1.36 to 1.46. I followed the 1.40 pacers up to 11k and then pushed on a bit. I crossed the finish line in a time of 1.38.36. Simon Burrell adds: "I decided to try heading out as fast as I could and see if I could hang on, which seemed like a good strategy on the day as I managed to shave over six minutes off my PB. In fact the pacing on my final 6k was some way quicker than all previous 5k splits. Great event, course and atmosphere, so would definitely recommend. Deborah, who finished the marathon just inside 5 hours, and I travelled with Running Crazy and we enjoyed spending the weekend with runners from all over the UK plus a large contingent from Brazil." In the marathon Estelle Damant ran a textbook even-paced debut to finish in 3:01 and take 12th place on the Ranelagh all-time list. Marathon 1 W Chebet (Kenya) 2:05.41 (chip time 2:05.41) 439 Estelle Damant 3:01.40 (3:01.16) 9565 Deborah Blakemore 5:09.18 (4:55.49) Half Marathon 1 K Rojas (B&H) 1:09.27 222 Simon Burrell 1:26.16 1490 Chris Read 1:38.36 ABINGDON MARATHON Sunday 21st October 1 P Fernandez (Abing) 2:32.05 (chip time 2:32.02) 622 John Herriott 4:23.09 (4:23.02) RAVENS QUARTERLY 5km Thursday 25th October at Wapping 1 M Darling 28.17 (actual time 22.32) 25 Alan Davidson 30.12 (23.37) 28 Andy Hayward 30.36 (23.32) GREAT SOUTH RUN 10 miles Sunday 28th October at Southsea Phil Jackson's 66.42 places him 4th in Ranelagh's over 60 10 miles rankings, while Jane Craigie-Payne celebrated her second PB of the weekend.. 1 S Mokoka (S Africa) 46.26 306 Phil Jackson 66.42 834 Michelle Davies 71.48 1310 Jane Craigie-Payne 74.41 2378 Heather Martingell 78.55 3851 Mike White 83.22 FRANKFURT MARATHON Sunday 28th October Carl Selya-Hammer writes on Facebook: "I am utterly drained. Happy with a 3 minute improvement from six months ago, but quite frustrated that I was well on pace for sub-2:40 until everything went out of me during the last 3 miles. Mentally I was barely holding it together. I probably could have gone out more conservatively but I felt absolutely incredible through 20 miles. After that the field thinned out and the wind gradually broke me down. If I can make another 3 minute improvement six months from now in the London Marathon I will be a very happy man." 1 P Makau (Kenya) 2:06.08 171 Carl Selya-Hammer 2:41.15 VENICE MARATHON Sunday 28th October Paul Gilbert reports: "After much worry about license/membership card and doctor's certificate, all of which were procured, I was asked to produce neither at registration. The weather was horrendous - a 'Dominica bestiale' as the newspaper Il Gazettino put it...'Pioggia, bora e acqua alta. Una maratona di tormenti'. That's rain, wind and high tide floods...you can work out the rest. The wind was 20mph into our faces most of the way, driving rain and downtown Venice badly flooded due to acqua alta. My chip time was 3h49m55s as I sprinted - sort of - to get under 3h50m. Before the rain came I was doing 5m kilometres quite comfortably for the first few miles until the weather and fatigue got the better of me. I have never been so cold in my life as I was after the finish. I was still shivering after a 15 minutes hot shower until the hot water ran put in my hotel room! But overall I was very glad I did it and would definitely recommend it for the future, hopefully with more typically temperate weather for future participants." 1 P Kisang (Kenya) 2:17.00 (chip time 2:17.00) 2355 Paul Gilbert 3:53.17 (3:49.55) DUBLIN MARATHON Monday 29th October A big PB for Simon Martin. 1 G Ndungu (Kenya) 3:11.09 (chip time 3:11.09) 1125 Simon Martin 3:17.01 (3:16.42) RICHMOND PARK parkrun 5km Saturday 20th October 1 E O'Connell (Serp) 17.42 6 James Whistler 18.55 10 Sean Paynter 19.26 13 Peter Weir 19.37 15 Alberto Esguevillas 19.49 54 Lloyd Camp 21.43 58 Eugenio Carmo 21.59 86 Amrut Sharma 23.25 108 Polly White 24.40 135 Sue Camp 26.05 171 Michael Sikora 28.17 213 Val Lowman 31.21 219 Martin Clark 31.53 263 Pat Hewlett 36.25 BUSHY parkrun 5km Saturday 20th October 1 C Grice (Phoenix) 15.49 59 Connor Patterson 20.05 195 Adam Wright 22.32 202 Ian Grange 22.38 841 John Hanscomb 34.20 CRANE PARK parkrun 5km Saturday 20th October 1 J Stokes (SMUC) 16.32 31 Mike White 25.42 36 Mary Hickson 26.16 67 Chris Wright 39.42 OLD DEER PARK parkrun 5km Saturday 20th October 1 G Conner (Edin) 19.13 10 Phil Roberts 23.32 16 Stewart Anderson 25.00 21 Lynne Barber 26.13 28 Christine David 29.58 KINGSTON parkrun 5km Saturday 20th October First place in the women's section for Wiebke Kortum. 1 T Carbro (unatt) 18.16 10 Wiebke Kortum 22.02 16 Alan Davidson 23.30 HAMPSTEAD HEATH parkrun 5km Saturday 20th October 1 J Armstrong (Morn C) 18.49 11 Paul Sinton-Hewitt 20.41 74 Jo Sinton-Hewitt 28.05 GUNPOWDER parkrun 5km Saturday 20th October 1 P Blackwell (unatt) 19.08 40 Becky Hall 27.41 41 Rob Curtis 27.41 POOLE parkrun 5km Saturday 20th October 1 J Cieluszecki (Bourn) 16.36 78 Wyn Williams 22.06 RICHMOND PARK parkrun 5km Saturday 27th October Gemma Cory finished third woman. 1 A Lloyd-Jones (Herc W) 18.27 19 Bill Neely 20.33 27 Stewart Anderson 20.51 28 Connor Patterson 20.59 39 Jon Mortimer 21.38 47 Gemma Cory 22.11 62 Simon Taylor 22.52 71 Steven Mountain 23.23 76 Amrut Sharma 23.32 98 Polly White 24.43 162 Val Lowman 28.02 168 Michael Sikora 28.18 184 Tony Clark 29.05 231 Bronwen Northmore 32.20 238 Penny Merrett 33.15 264 Bev Ali 39.14 BUSHY parkrun 5km Saturday 27th October 1 J West (Strag) 16.26 150 Paul Sinton-Hewitt 22.08 154 Christine Palmer 22.13 235 Adam Wright 23.40 478 Mary Hickson 27.04 518 Mike White 27.41 520 Lee Davies 27.42 762 John Hanscomb 34.39 CRANE PARK parkrun 5km Saturday 27th October Jane Craigie-Payne was the first woman home. 1 R Brookling (unatt) 17.14 7 Jane Craigie-Payne 22.17 16 Heather Martingell 24.45 24 Lynne Barber 25.57 31 Stacey Barber 29.25 GUNNERSBURY parkrun 5km Saturday 27th October 1 R Berry (West 4) 17.12 34 Eugenio Carmo 22.09 150 Sharon Rowe 29.55 206 Phil Jackson 41.06 DELTA parkrun 5km Saturday 27th October Alison and Jar competed in the Delta parkrun in Johannesburg, South Africa. 1 I Ndlovu (Randburg) 18.22 57 Alison Dicks 34.07 58 Jar O'Brien 34.10 OLD DEER PARK parkrun 5km Saturday 27th October Juliet Edwards was the leading woman. 1 C Nicol (TVH) 18.42 6 Juliet Edwards 21.27 OAK HILL parkrun 5km Saturday 27th October 1 A Horton (Barnet) 17.51 5 Phil Aiken 20.33 SOUTHAMPTON parkrun 5km Saturday 27th October 1 P Merritt (Soton) 16.48 139 Jo Sinton-Hewitt 26.49 FINALLY... 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