Newsdesk 2013

 RANELAGH HARRIERS E-NEWS # 394             7 February 2013
 Editor: Steve Rowland
 mailto: steverowland@ranelagh-harriers.com  

 *  Quiet time as both the Bank of England race and the Southern
     Championships are cancelled because of snow
 *  Estelle Damant sub-30mins at the Alsager 5 miles  
 *  PBs at Watford and Chichester
 *  parkrun placings for Phil Killingley, Duncan Mallison, Trevor Maguire,
     Marc Snaith, Juliet Edwards, Sean Paynter, Mel Hunter, Wiebke Kortum and Ben
 *  Final Surrey League races this Saturday
 *  Mob match away to Blackheath & Bromley HAC next week
 *  Captains' 10km challenge announced 
 *  Book now for the Quiz Night on Saturday 3rd March
 *  Book for free running technique workshop with Karen Weir on Monday 15th

 The final races in the Surrey Cross-Country League programme take place on
 Saturday 9th February at Coulsdon (men) and Denbies Vineyard, Dorking
 (women). At this crunch time our two teams have different objectives. Marc
 Snaith writes for the men's team:
 "Following our strong performance at Ham Lands we go into the final race
 with a 67 point buffer between us and the relegation zone. South London
 Harriers are hosting the final fixture so we should expect them to put in a
 good performance which leaves just us and our most local foe, The
 Stragglers, fighting it out on Farthing Downs. A score of 550 points of less
 should do it but we are missing Ralph Street whose brilliant 5th spot is the
 reason we are in sixth and not eighth. Therefore we need all able bodied
 members to join the fight to stay in the division that this club deserves to
 be in. We need to leave Farthing Downs drenched in the sweat, blood and
 courage of a victorious Ranelagh team." 

 Here is a map showing the South London Harriers HQ (parking just around the
 corner) and the race start which is a short jog away: Farthing Downs,
 Coulsdon   Map .  3pm start.
 SLH add: "Please be aware of road works on Brighton Road in Coulsdon (from 28th
 Jan to 18th Feb), and allow extra time if coming by car or bus." 
 The Belgrave website has some stats about the early days of the League -
 mostly relating to Bels themselves, but quite interesting here:.

 Our women's team is currently in 13th place out of 15 in Division 1 with
 three to be relegated. There is only a slim (but existent) chance of digging
 ourselves out of this hole but we should do our best. So to echo Marc: "We
 need all able bodied members to join the fight". Start time is 12 noon.

 Our last mob match for the 2012/12 season is away to Blackheath and Bromley
 HAC on Saturday February 16th. Unfortunately this clashes with the revised
 date for the South of England Championships where we had a record entry. The
 Captains' suggestion is that a small but strong team should fly the flag at
 the Southern at Parliament Hill while the majority ensure a good presence at
 Blackheath. Captain Marc writes: "This is our best chance to beat Blackheath
 on their patch for many years so apart from our top runners, who are at the
 Southern XC, it would be great to see a massive turnout. If we have forty
 runners we'll be competitive and with fifty we will be hard to beat!". It's
 a genuine 7.5 miles cross-country course with a bit of everything thrown in.
 Start time is 2.30pm and there will be a minibus from Richmond courtesy of
 Mike Peace. Mike writes: "Leaving clubhouse at 11.45am to be on the safe
 side; meet across the road in the cul de sac. Can people email me
 mpeace1@gmail.com or text (07711 513745) if they want to use the bus." Check
 our website next week for details of the venue or go to www.bandbhac.org.uk/location.
 Note that it is a 10mins jog from the clubhouse in Bourne Way to the start.
 Here's another reminder that our Baker Cup 3 miles road handicap and our
 prize presentation supper will be held on Saturday April 6th and not as
 listed on the fixtures card.

 Ranelagh and full-time running coach - Karen Weir (Run with Karen) - are
 putting on a free evening workshop for club members only on the subject of
 Running Technique and how you can improve your running. She'll cover the key
 elements that are essential for good technique, to make you a more efficient
 runner and reduce injury risk. She'll also dispel some of the myths
 surrounding the current trend of barefoot running. Places are strictly
 limited to 15, so please contact Karen as soon as possible to book your
 place. karen@runwithkaren.com. This workshop is being supported by Ranelagh
 Harriers so there is no charge to members.  
 Workshop Date: Monday 15th April, 7.30 - 9.30pm in the clubhouse.

 Marc Snaith writes:
 "To give you an extra incentive to train harder and run some fast times this
 summer we are going to reward the three runners who shave the most time from
 their 10k PBs. Don't worry if you set your 10k PB 20 years ago, we'll use
 your fastest time since 1 March 2012. 

 There are three categories organised according to your fastest time since 1
 March 2012. The most improved runner in each of the following three
 categories will win a £50 voucher.
 1. Men sub 40 minutes, women sub 45 minutes.
 2. Men 40 minutes - 49.59, women 45 minutes - 54.59.
 3. Men 50 minutes plus, women 55 minutes plus.

 Only times run between 1 March and 30 September 2013 will count. To enter,
 email ranelagh.men@gmail.com and we'll take your fastest 10k time shown on
 the powerof10 or runbritain websites, or reported in the e-news, since 1
 March 2012. We'll try to keep tabs on improvers but if you beat your best
 time it will help if you send another e-mail with your new PB. 

 Happy training!"

 This is taking place on the Thames on Sunday 24th February at 1pm. A number
 of our local rival running clubs have been invited and have promised to send
 crews but there's room for some more from Ranelagh. There's still time to
 join in - no experience necessary! Paul Gregory writes: 
 "Here is the opportunity to learn sculling - and if experienced, to rehearse
 that skill in a skiff.  There are men's and ladies' crews from four running
 clubs entering for the Franckeiss Cup Trophy and for The Skiff Club Ladies'
 Cup - these are held by the winning club for a year, until the next race.
 There are no entry or training fees." Please contact Paul
 p_gregory@talktalk.net  if you're interested. 

 Our own Half Marathon to be held on May 5th has once again been a victim of
 its own success with the entry limit reached before Christmas. If you missed
 out on entering, there will be a small number of additional club places
 available - reply to this e-news if you're interested. Our friend Richard
 Xerri of the Perseverance Clinic in Richmond is organising another Richmond
 Half Marathon - which he is calling the Richmond 13.1 to avoid confusion -
 to be held on Easter Sunday 31st March. Details:.  

 As usual on this complex course we need plenty of marshals and people to man
 the water stations, ride the lead bikes etc. If you can spare only a few
 minutes we can still use you. If you have two or three hours so much the
 better. Please contact ranelaghhalfhelpers@hotmail.co.uk to  volunteer. 

 Penny Merrett writes:
 "The Ranelagh MABAC race is on 3rd March at 11am in Richmond Park.  It's a 5
 miles cross country course of two laps, with the option of two and a half
 miles.  The race starts near the Isabella Plantation and we need marshals
 and runners!" For more info contact Penny penelopemerrett@yahoo.co.uk .

 This will take place in the Park on Saturday 9th March starting at 2.30pm.

 Tom Reay writes:
 "Thinking of doing a new PB over the next few months?
 I'm currently studying for my Level 2 Coaching Certificate at St. Mary's,
 I'm already coaching a lady runner in my Run England Group, who is doing a
 Half Marathon in March. However, UKA requires that I profile two athletes as
 part of the course, so I'm looking for a second athlete to coach.
 If you're interested, could you please contact Tom Reay on 07758 221038 or
 E-Mail on TomAReay@googlemail.com."

 Our next Quiz Night will be on Saturday 2nd March in the clubhouse. 6.30pm
 start, £10 a head to include fish and chip supper (or veggie alternative).
 The quiz is under new management - Andy Woodhouse is your main inquisitor
 this time. Make up your own team of four or join a team on the night. Book
 your place with Andy Hayward andrewhayward@catalinare.com .

 Kate Brook sends the latest news:
 Mick Woods In Action!
 Endurance Running Coaches and Endurance Athletes (over 16 years) are invited
 to take part in a Sunday session led by Mick Woods 
 Sunday 10th February 2013 
 Meet 10:15 am (Session start 10:30am - end approx. 12:30pm)  at the Duke of
 Wellington Statue car park, Claycart Road, Aldershot GU11 1QA 

 The aim of the session is for coaches to experience first-hand the structure
 of coaching at Aldershot and bring along their athletes to sample for
 themselves a practical endurance training session Mick Woods style.  This is
 another opportunity to talk with Mick about his endurance coaching. Mick
 Woods is one of England's leading endurance running coaches.  He is coach to
 many GB athletes including Steph Twell, Emma Pallant, Charlotte Purdue, Ben
 Lindsay and Martin Mashford.  Mick has been successful over the last 15
 years in putting numerous junior athletes into GB World and European
 Championships.  He has been coaching since 1986 and been based at St Mary's
 as Performance Coach since 2003. As an athlete Mick ran internationally for
 Ireland at the marathon, has run over 70 marathons and has a personal best
 of 2:20.12.

 To book contact: Kate Brook kate.brook@swlan.org.uk with your name, your
 club, coach or athlete (5km or 10km time)
 Follow Ranelagh on Facebook. 

 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

 Saturday 9th February             Final Surrey League races - men at
 Coulsdon (3pm start), women at Denbies, Dorking (12 noon start). 

 Saturday 16th February           Final Mob Match of the season - away to
 Blackheath & Bromley HAC at Hayes, Kent. 2.30pm start. 

 Saturday 16th February           South of England Championships at
 Parliament Hill. Revised date following cancellation - see below.

 Saturday 23rd February           National Cross-Country Championships at

 Saturday 2nd March                Inter-club 3.8 miles in Richmond Park. 3pm
 start, register on the day.

 Sunday 3rd March                  MABAC League 5 miles in Richmond Park.
 It's an 11am start, not as shown on our Fixtures card. Runners and marshals
 needed (see above).     Details:.

 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,
 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). 

 INTER-CLUB at the BANK OF ENGLAND  Saturday 19th January in Richmond Park
 Heavy snowfall in the preceding day or two prompted the Bank officials to
 call off the race. The Park was apparently quite runnable but the concern
 was for travelling to and fro.

 SOUTH OF ENGLAND CHAMPIONSHIPS  Saturday 26th January at Parliament Hill.
 The SEAA came in for a great deal of criticism for their decision to call
 off this event on the Monday preceding, citing a slippery course and coach
 park and potential long-term damage to the surface of the Heath. Forecasts
 were at this time already predicting milder conditions by the weekend, and
 indeed most of the snow had disappeared by Saturday. The course would
 certainly have been very wet and the ground would have been badly churned up
 by the day's programme of races. But that's nothing new for cross-country
 events at this time of year and we have seen often enough how quickly the
 grassland regenerates. Clubs from further afield had spent money on
 transport and accommodation which they may not be able to recoup. For
 ourselves we had a bumper entry of thirty in the men's race and a dozen in
 the women's, but unfortunately the revised date - February 16th - clashes
 with our mob match at Blackheath and other events. The Captain's suggestion
 is that a few fly the flag at Parliament Hill while the rest should be
 encouraged to switch their attentions to Hayes for the mob match.     

 BRIDGES 2.3 miles handicap  Wednesday 9th January at Westminster
 1   J Evans (Unatt)        18.25  (actual time 18.25)
 12  Alan Davidson          20.57  (17.12)
 24  John Hanscomb          22.19  (25.19)

 LAST FRIDAY OF THE MONTH 5km  Friday 25th January in Hyde Park
 1   M Cummings (HHH)       15.48
 61  Simon Hedger           19.52
 149 Alan Davidson          23.32 

 PERCH XIV 10km  Sunday 27th January at Epsom
 Wally Garrod writes:
 "Salute the 'idiots' who completed the Perch 7 in MUD more MUD , freezing
 puddles and strong wind. Poor little me, I fell over!! And failed to win the
 over 70 prize for the third year in a row."

 1   K Miller (DLRR)        42.53
 255 Wally Garrod           80.15
 265 Alan Meaden            84.09
 272 David Meaden           86.37
 274 Penny Merrett          87.46
 284 John Hanscomb          90.56
 286 Bev Ali                94.02

 ROMSEY 5 miles  Sunday 27th January
 Alan Davidson reports:
 "Because of traffic problems the race has switched from public roads to the
 Broadlands estate. A cool, sunny, windy morning for two small laps and one
 large lap of tarmac and stony paths on a flat course with some noisy
 spectators (sheep!)."  

 1   M Bennett(Soton)       25.49
 122 Alan Davidson          38.25
 177 Allan Lang             41.23

 WATFORD HALF MARATHON  Sunday 3rd February
 A few comments from Facebook:
 Carl Selya-Hammer: "Finishing a half-marathon in 77 minutes felt good until
 I saw a friend of mine who finished 5 minutes later and won £250 for being
 the second woman home. I didn't run a proper PB but still ran my fastest
 half-marathon when aiming to run at marathon pace."
 Bruce McLaren: "Over 5 minutes off my half marathon best at Watford this
 morning. Down to 1:28:43, well chuffed."
 Michelle Davies: "Watford was good for us all then, Mark knocked approx 2
 mins off and I took off a minute. Be interesting to try a flat one to see if
 we can take some more off!"
 Martin Wolfson adds: 
 "My Garmin time was 1:44.35 as I had to stop and restart the race losing
 about two minutes after Sarah, my daughter, was accidentally tripped and
 sent flying at the start." 

 1    Y Hagos (Wallsend)    1:07.00  (chip time 1:07.00)
 26   Carl Selya-Hammer     1:17.36  (1:17.33)
 64   Mark Herbert          1:22.44  (1:22.32)
 182  Bruce McLaren         1:28.48  (1:28.43)
 353  Michelle Davies       1:36.07  (1:35.38)
 566  Lee Davies            1:42.12  (1:41.19)
 727  Sarah Isaacs          1:45.51  (1:45.32)
 747  Martin Wolfson        1:46.18  (1:45.59)
 1123 Kate Brook            1:56.33  (1:55.45)
 1362 Kirsty Bangham        2:04.29  (2:03.37) 

 CHICHESTER PRIORY 10km  Sunday 3rd February
 Facebook again:
 Rob Curtis: "Ran 42.41 at Chichester 10k this morning. Undecided whether I
 should race after picking up a thigh injury last week, I decided to give it
 a go and picked up a 1.33 PB. Leg is very sore now though so hope it will
 prove to be worth it... and Becky got a massive PB".
 Becky Hall: "Quite windy, not really an issue until 7k, then it was quite
 tough, but not too much time lost. 2:23 PB I think."

 1   C Powner (Winch)       29.55  (chip time 29.55)
 301 Becky Hall             41.51  (41.35)
 352 Rob Curtis             42.57  (42.41)

 ALSAGER 5 miles  Sunday 3rd February
 In a high quality field Estelle Damant ducked inside 30 minutes on chip
 timing but found it good enough only for 19th place in the women's race.

 1   M Hynes (N York M)     23.57  (chip time 23.57)
 102 Estelle Damant         30.01  (29.56)

 KINGFIELD CANTER 2.85 miles handicap  Wednesday 6th February
 1   I Wilkinson (MVA)      25.10  (actual time 19.40)
 4   Louise Piears          26.21  (20.36)
 16  Alan Davidson          27.35  (21.50)
     Steve Rowland                 (22.05)
 RICHMOND PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 19th January
 Phil Killingley led the way.

 1   Phil Killingley        17.08
 4   Jackson Creegan        ?
 6   Mark Herbert           19.48
 17  Connor Patterson       21.21
 59  Alberto Esguevillas    25.22
 62  Eugenio Carmo          26.05
 71  Peter Fordham          27.02
 77  Simon Taylor           27.29  
 78  Andrew Brown           27.34
 79  Sue Camp               27.38
 89  Lorraine Clifton       28.34
 110 Michelle Davies        30.22
 112 Mike White             30.26
 113 Jar O'Brien            30.27      

 BUSHY PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 19th January
 1   A Jackson (Sitting)    16.40
 18  Bruce McLaren          19.44 
 19  David Rowe             19.48
 23  Nick Wright            20.01
 264 Philippa Kitchen       26.58
 376 Kirsty Bangham         30.03
 403 Wally Garrod           31.27
 412 Annemarie Goodridge    32.05
 420 Sharon Rowe            32.28  
 457 John Hanscomb          34.44

 OLD DEER PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 19th January
 Another win for Duncan Mallison and third place for Mel Hunter.

 1   Duncan Mallison        19.47
 19  Mel Hunter             28.09
 22  Lynne Barber           29.21
 27  Paula Maguire          31.21
 30  Christine David        33.50       

 BRUETON parkrun 5km  Saturday 19th January
 1   S Bentley (Knowle & D) 19.03
 50  Lexi Slaughter         41.30 
 51  Waldron Slaughter      41.31 

 HAMPSTEAD HEATH parkrun 5km  Saturday 19th January
 1   D Wingrove (Kings CL)  18.52
 10  Paul Sinton-Hewitt     20.38

 BEDFONT LAKES parkrun 5km  Saturday 19th January
 1   G Russell (unatt)      19.36
 7   Chris Spink            23.26

 KINGSTON parkrun 5km  Saturday 19th January
 1   M Fawzy (26.2 RRC)     20.35
 5   Chris Camacho          21.23
 37  Wiebke Kortum          27.57 

 NONSUCH parkrun 5km  Saturday 19th January
 1   N Wellard (K&P)        19.06
 61  Tom Reay               26.59

 OXFORD parkrun 5km  Saturday 19th January
 1   B Vaughan (unatt)      20.42
 25  Ian Bingham            29.41
 30  Evelyn Joslin          35.22 

 RICHMOND PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 26th January
 1   J Savage (Kent)        16.46
 11  Sean Paynter           18.35
 30  Connor Patterson       20.16
 38  Peter Weir             20.44
 42  Alberto Esguevillas    20.56
 108 Simon Taylor           23.41
 121 Eugenio Carmo          24.24  
 152 Andrew Brown           25.32
 191 Ally Salisbury         27.21
 192 Karen Weir             27.21
 202 Lorraine Clifton       27.40
 241 Rob Kitchen            29.27
 242 Philippa Kitchen       29.28
 267 Val Lowman             30.57
 273 Peter Lowman           31.24
 303 Pat Hewlett            37.04
 306 Bev Ali                38.01
 307 Penny Merrett          38.01  

 BUSHY PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 26th January
 1   A Villard (Stragg)     16.39
 19  Bruce McLaren          18.48 
 34  Nick Wright            19.21
 62  David Rowe             20.02
 195 Adam Wright            22.43
 238 Ian Grange             23.22
 326 Rob Curtis             24.36
 327 Becky Hall             24.36
 447 Jonny Rowan            26.10
 699 Kirsty Bangham         30.06
 714 Sharon Rowe            30.26
 737 Vicci Randle           30.49
 780 Tamsin Burland         31.39    
 877 John Hanscomb          34.35

 OLD DEER PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 26th January
 1   A Sell (Datchet)       20.46
 4   Phil Roberts           22.58
 11  Stewart Anderson       24.22  
 19  Mel Hunter             25.47
 31  Paula Maguire          30.46
 33  Deborah Blakemore      30.52       

 KINGSTON parkrun 5km  Saturday 26th January
 Wiebke Kortum finished 3rd.

 1   S Dill (Swindon)       18.06
 13  Chris Camacho          21.25
 33  Wiebke Kortum          23.43
 35  Tom Reay               24.02
 63  Lynne Barber           27.29
 77  Stacey Barber          29.49
 78  Christine David        30.51
 84  Deirdre Inman          31.56
 85  Cindy Croucher         32.56    

 GUILDFORD parkrun 5km  Saturday 26th January
 1   J Hutchins (Bas & MH)  17.23
 6   Mark Herbert           19.28
 27  Michelle Davies        22.53
 28  Lee Davies             23.06
 65  Mike White             27.34

 WALTHAMSTOW parkrun 5km  Saturday 26th January
 Another brand new parkrun attracted the usual suspects, plus local Ben Shore
 who finished 3rd.

 1   D Norman (26.2)        17.48
 3   Ben Shore              20.04
 6   Paul Sinton-Hewitt     20.52
 17  Phil Aiken             23.52

 GUNNERSBURY parkrun 5km  Saturday 26th January
 1   R Wilson (ESM)         16.12
 184 Waldron Slaughter      34.06 
 193 Lexi Slaughter         37.30 

 WOODLEY parkrun 5km  Saturday 26th January
 1   L Chalk (Stubb)        17.34
 166 Louise Atkinson        28.48 

 RICHMOND PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 2nd February
 Sean Paynter was back inside 18 minutes in finishing second, while in the
 women's section Juliet Edwards missed victory by one second.

 1   Unknown                17.22
 2   Sean Paynter           17.55
 7   James Whistler         18.32
 29  Phil Killingley        20.32
 30  Alberto Esguevillas    20.32 
 47  Juliet Edwards         21.29       
 81  Andy Woodhouse         22.57
 109 Wiebke Kortum          23.47
 111 Eugenio Carmo          23.53  
 172 Rob Kitchen            26.23
 179 Philippa Kitchen       26.38
 180 Sue Camp               26.40
 198 Louise Atkinson        27.20
 244 Michael Sikora         29.15
 257 Andrew Brown           30.02
 284 Janet Turnes           31.47
 285 Tony Clark             31.52
 286 Val Lowman             32.02
 302 Martin Clark           33.24
 307 Peter Lowman           34.22
 319 Pat Hewlett            36.58 

 BUSHY PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 2nd February
 1   N White (WSEH)         15.33 
 20  Nick Wright            19.08
 31  David Rowe             19.24
 142 Adam Wright            22.35
 346 Alison Salmon          25.27
 359 Chris Brook            25.36
 592 Wally Garrod           28.36
 656 Edward Josey           29.40       
 677 Sharon Rowe            30.00
 687 Vicci Randle           30.11
 799 Kirsty Bangham         32.22
 874 John Hanscomb          35.49

 CRANE PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 2nd February
 Marc Snaith was today's winner, followed in by no fewer than five Keareys!

 1   Marc Snaith            18.13
 5   Duncan Mallison        20.20   
 7   Kevin Kearey           20.51
 18  David Bell             23.05
 19  Tom Kearey             23.06
 35  Emily Kearey           25.43
 56  Tanya Allen            30.25
 57  Deirdre Inman          30.53
 62  Cindy Croucher         32.11
 65  Josie Kearey           33.35
 66  Ann Kearey             33.54
 69  Bev Ali                35.36 

 OLD DEER PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 2nd February
 Back to winning ways for Trevor Maguire.

 1   Trevor Maguire         19.41
 5   Chris Read             22.31
 6   Phil Roberts           23.08
 9   Wyn Williams           23.30
 10  Stewart Anderson       24.14  
 20  Mel Hunter             25.23

 KINGSTON parkrun 5km  Saturday 2nd February
 1   H Reynolds (King & P)  21.02
 7   Chris Camacho          23.05
 34  Hannah Doyle           27.26
 79  Annemarie Goodridge    34.22 

 GUILDFORD parkrun 5km  Saturday 2nd February
 1   J Adams (G&G)          19.30
 6   Matt Copp              21.14
 54  Gemma Cory             26.41

 GUNNERSBURY parkrun 5km  Saturday 2nd February
 1   R Agostinho (Ealing E) 17.57
 5   Mark Herbert           18.52
 31  Phil Jackson           21.21

 TILGATE parkrun 5km  Saturday 2nd February
 1   B Golding (Crawley)    18.57
 49  Steve Rowland          24.24
 50  Sonia Rowland          24.26

 MILE END parkrun 5km  Saturday 2nd February
 1   S Renfer (TVH)         16.44
 7   Paul Sinton-Hewitt     19.04

 BANSTEAD WOODS parkrun 5km  Saturday 2nd February
 1   D Freeman (Tadworth)   18.15
 65  Tom Reay               25.23

 BRIGHTON AND HOVE parkrun 5km  Saturday 2nd February
 1   J Van Allen (unatt)    17.02
 235 Mike White             26.01

 ALICE HOLT parkrun 5km  Saturday 2nd February
 1   I Carley (Farnham)     19.30
 82  Louise Davies          46.50 

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