Newsdesk 2014

 RANELAGH HARRIERS E-NEWS # 433             11 September 2014
 Editor: Steve Rowland
 mailto: steverowland@ranelagh-harriers.com  

 *  Gold medal for our M40 team in the Surrey Road Relays, and silvers for
     our W45s.  
 *  parkrun placings for Olivia Lloyd, Marie Synnott-Wells, Lydia Louw,
     Kirsty Bangham, Kris Davidson, Nick Twomey, Ted Mockett, Peter Faull, Lydia
     Louw, Fiona Ford, David Lawley, Carl Selya-Hammer, Karen Weir and Ed Barker

 *  Thomas Cup 3.8 miles handicap this Saturday 13th September - all welcome
     but please read notes below 
 *  Subscriptions are overdue!

 OPENING RUN and THOMAS CUP HANDICAP  Saturday 13th September
 The Thomas Cup 3.8 miles handicap, the Opening Run of our 134th season,
 takes place on Saturday 13th September. All members are welcome. We'll try
 to start the race as close to 3pm as we can, but before you go up to the
 start Ken Powley will take the annual club photograph in the Park across the
 road from the clubhouse at about 2.45pm. Handicapper Angus is preparing the
 handicap, but unfortunately he won't be there on the day. So you can help
 our hard-working officials in several ways:
 1  Arrive early
 2  Come to the clubhouse to register - please DON'T go straight to the start
 unless you really really don't have time to get to the clubhouse
 3  If you're a new member and/or haven't taken part in more than one or two
 club races, it would help and save time calculating your handicap if you
 could arrive with some idea of what you think you can run for 5km - e.g. a
 parkrun time. 
 4  Familiarise yourself with the course. It will be flagged and marshalled
 but we're trying to progress to the position where all members know their
 way around our home courses in the Park. Here's an annotated map:.
 Andy Bickerstaff and Trevor Maguire have also put together a brief video of
 the course - quality not quite what they had hoped owing to editing problems.
 But it's worth a look if only to watch Andy and Trevor get progressively more
 soaked as the rain gets heavier and heavier! Here it is:.
 Printed Fixture Cards for our 2014-15 season are now available at the
 clubhouse. Fixtures Sec Andy Woodhouse adds: "There is a limited number of
 printed cards; so if you'd prefer a electronic version, please contact me
 The new fixture list is also now up on our website, courtesy of Ken Powley

 Also freshly published is a new edition of our printed Gazette, covering the
 12 months up to spring / early summer 2014. Please help yourself to a copy
 from the clubhouse.

 If you'd prefer to have a Fixture card and / or a Gazette sent to you please
 reply to this e-news giving your postal address.

 SPECIAL TRAINING NIGHT  Tuesday 16th September 
 Karen Weir writes:
 "On Tuesday the 16th September, club training night will be extra special
 and you are all invited. lululemon athletica will be holding a pop-up shop
 so you can check out the latest run and training kit - make sure you bring
 your credit cards. They'll also be providing post-run snacks to tempt you to
 stay around for a post-run stretch session led by local yoga teacher (and
 runner) Veronika from Yogashooli. Then to finish off the evening, Michael
 Nichol from St Mary's Clinic will be giving a brief talk on how the
 facilities at the clinic can help you improve your running performance.
 Training from 7pm will be on as usual, these post-run activities will
 kick-off from 8.30pm. Hope you can make it!"

 Paul Hough, Lead Sport and Exercise Scientist at St Mary's University
 Twickenham writes:
 "We will shortly be conducting a short validity study using  a wireless
 vest/bra that records physiological measures, such as breathing frequency,
 during exercise. We are currently recruiting male and female runners to take
 part in the study. The study will involve one laboratory test where we will
 assess a number of measures related to aerobic fitness (VO2 max, lactate
 threshold etc.) - this type of assessment costs 150 at The St Mary's
 Clinic, but if you take part in this trial it will be completely FREE . The
 assessment will last approximately 1.5 hours and will take place in
 September/October 2014 at the CHASES Human Performance Laboratory at St
 Mary's University.
 Interested in taking part? If you currently run on a regular basis and are
 free from illness/injury, please contact Paul Hough paul.hough@smuc.ac.uk . 

 PAGE CUP 5 miles handicap  Saturday 27th September in Richmond Park.
 Our second club handicap race of the season takes place on 27th September at
 3pm. All members are welcome, but - just like for the Thomas Cup - we'd ask
 you please to register at the clubhouse rather than go straight to the

 CABBAGE PATCH 10 miles  Sunday 19th October in Twickenham.
 The ever-popular Cabbage Patch 10 is now in its 33rd year, and entries are
 rolling in. Over 1,800 have already signed up, including some 45 from
 Ranelagh. If you're thinking of taking part, don't delay too long in
 securing your place. Note, however, that it again clashes with the Surrey
 Veterans championship, which we host the previous day in Richmond Park.

 PERSEVERANCE WIMBLEDON PARK 10km Sunday 5th October at 9.30am.
 Richard Xerri is offering a special discounted entry fee of 10 for this
 race up to September 21st. Use the voucher code WIM002. Entry and details:.   

 ...are overdue! 
 Our rates are unchanged at 40 for seniors, 20 for second-claim members and
 those who are retired and over 60, 10 for under 20s and students and
 non-running members. There is also a 70 family membership.  Post your
 cheque to Membership Secretary, Ranelagh Harriers, 135a Petersham Road,
 Richmond, Surrey TW10 7AA or leave it in an envelope at the clubhouse. A
 Standing Order form is available from our website here: . For Bank Transfers, our
 account is at HSBC, sort code 40-23-29, account number 81109847; please add
 a message, for example SubscriptionJSmith. For any queries, e-mail the
 Membership Secretary aachrisowens@yahoo.co.uk . 

 Follow Ranelagh on Facebook. 

 More details of the following from the men's Captains ( e-mail Phil, Duncan
 or Trevor ranelagh.men@gmail.com or the women's Captain / Team Manager 
 ( e-mail Becky or Phil ranelagh.women@gmail.com  )

 Saturday 13th September     Thomas Cup 3.8 miles handicap in Richmond Park.
 Start in Richmond Park at 3pm, preceded by the annual club photograph (in
 the Park opposite the clubhouse) 

 Saturday 20th September     Women's South of England Road Relays at
 Aldershot starting at 3.55pm.

 Sunday 21st September       Men's South of England Road Relays at Apdershot
 starting at 12.30pm (veterans) and 2.30pm (seniors).

 Saturday 27th September     Page Cup 5 miles handicap in Richmond Park,
 starting at 3pm.

 Saturday 11th October         Surrey Ladies League 6km in Richmond Park
 (Kingston Gate), starting at 12 noon (followed by juniors)
                                         Men's Surrey League 8km at
 Coulsdon, starting at 3pm (juniors 2.30pm) 

 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), and also every Sunday at 9.30am
 in Wimbledon Park.  

 SURREY ROAD RELAYS  Sunday 7th September at Wimbledon Park
 The Surrey Road Relay championships moved to Wimbledon Park in 1998 and
 since then we can boast that we have never come away from the event
 empty-handed. An enviable sequence - could we maintain it? Our senior teams
 were not in contention this year, but our record was kept intact by our men
 over 40 who won gold medals and our women over 45 who received the silvers.  

 So, let's look at the medal-winners first, starting with the gold medallist
 M40 team. To put it simply, we led all the way. Paul Doyle ran the second
 fastest time of the day in winning the opening leg, though Wimbledon
 Windmilers made him work hard for it. Trevor Maguire extended our lead to
 nearly forty seconds on lap 2, and his time was fourth fastest of the day.
 Then came Ed Barker who squeezed out a few more seconds from the pursuing
 Windmilers. This left new member Richard Holme to bring it safely home -
 which he did, with almost half a minute to spare. 

 The W45 race, over only three stages, was dominated by South London Harriers
 who finished two and a half minutes clear of Ranelagh. Wiebke Kortum, Ellen
 Clague - choosing a grand way to celebrate her birthday! - and Marie
 Synnott-Wells formed our trio and they were equally isolated in second
 place, finishing over four minutes clear of the bronze medallists. Marie and
 Wiebke ran the second and fourth fastest times of the day. 

 Our M50 team won silver medals last year, and three-quarters of the team
 were here again, but the opposition was tougher this time. The Ranelagh team
 ran only half a minute slower than last year, but were never able to rise
 above 5th place - though in the end only about a minute from the medals.
 Martin Halvey set our fastest time. Our B team brought up the rear in 11th

 We had somewhat scratch teams for the senior races, and the men's team was
 actually completed by two of our victorious M40s running a second lap! After
 Nick Twomey had completed the first leg in 14th place, Phil Killingley set
 our fastest time in moving us into the top ten. We weren't able to stay
 there though, and finished in 12th place.           

 In the senior women's race Megan De Silva brought us home 4th on the opener
 in our fastest time, and Becky Hall kept us there. But W45 reserves Sonia
 and Heather had to complete the team and we inevitably slipped back a little
 to 7th.    

 WHEATSHEAF AND PIGEON 5km  Saturday 2nd August at Laleham
 Andy Hayward reports:
 "Michele Gibson and I ran the Wheatsheaf & Pigeon (our local pub,
 affectionately known as the "Wee & Pee"!) 5k on 2nd August. Fast flat course
 along the towpath between Staines and Laleham - it was actually 5.25k, but
 who's counting. Having not run for the best part of three months until the
 beginning of the previous week, I exceeded all expectations by coming 5th
 overall, just about twenty seconds behind the first lady. I was first M50.
 It's great to be back running.
 P.S. I suppose I should admit that the entire field was only SIX, Michele
 actually beat me and was the ONLY lady, and I was the ONLY runner over 50.
 Still, it sounded good for a while! Forgot to mention the times  which were
 27:39 for me, and 27:19 for Michele. It would be great to get a few more
 down for the event next year. It starts at noon on a Saturday as part of a
 charity fun day. The race entry is free (charity donation of £5 suggested)
 and they bought us all a drink in the pub afterwards - hard to beat that."
 Alan Davidson reports:
 "There was stifling heat in Izmir (up to 40C) and it was only comfortable in
 the air-conditioned hotel or on the ferries that criss-crossed the bay -
 free to athletes when staff were aware, or worth splashing out 60p for the
 sea breeze. Common sights in Izmir include dogs roaming the streets and
 people with stupid slogans on their T-shirts but there was real fun in
 Selcuk where a stork was trying to snatch necklaces off a stall! 

 The anticipated heat (great for sprinters) drastically reduced the distance
 race fields and in my M65 1500/5000/10000 metres races I was the only Brit
 and all became straight finals. It was ominous before my 10000m when the
 ambulance staff asked me to pose with them for pictures (perhaps
 anticipating trade later) but they did cheer me on. The race had oppressive
 heat and my forehead was pumping making me worry that I coudn't stay the
 course. Lap counting was excellent, not only personally - my last 7 laps
 counted down - but at each passage of the line a computerised screen gave
 the athletes' names with number of laps to go (not like in Poznan where my
 lap counter kept wandering off or in Slovenia where I was confused with
 another Brit I had lapped, he being pulled out at 24 laps with them wanting
 me to do 26). I perhaps should keep this to myself but latterly I was
 struggling round in 2.03 laps but upon seeing 50.06 at the bell I gave one
 last effort to try at least to keep my p.w. under 52 minutes. I reeled over
 the line in 51.58 to be gratefully held up by two young lady staff and given
 water and seated until recovered. My time amazingly somehow gave me 6th!. I
 was really impressed by a Turkish runner who had just two short stumps for
 arms and when it came to the drinks/sponge station manned on each lap a
 helper ran with him to pour the water into his mouth. Seriously I was
 initially a bit confounded as to what to do when post race he kindly came up
 to me to 'shake hands'. My best hope for a reasonable time on the track was
 scuppered as the 1500m came when I still had the 10000m in my legs. I was
 the last of the finishers in a disappointing 6.34. I had four restful days
 before my 5000m but it was difficult to rest in 40C heat and my only session
 was in the hotel fitness room where thankfully background was Mozart rather
 than disco 'music'.  

 During train travel my looks got me unsolicited a 50% reduction for elderly
 people. The metro I found awkward with husbands getting their wives to give
 up their seats for me and in the amazingly fertile fields of wheat /
 sugarbeet / melons / peaches / nuts etc elderly women in the heat of the day
 were bent over planting and picking the crops. A coach trip gave me the
 chance to see the extensive, spectacular ancient ruins at Ephesus. The 5000m
 was a bit worrying as three times the medical safety officer stepped onto
 the track towards me but thankfully accepted my thumbs up each time allowing
 me to continue. Fortunately she didn't envisage the end of my rather
 vigorous (for me) last lap and I finished in a respectable 23.33 in the
 oppressive heat - then being quickly assisted by a Turkish official who sat
 me down, got me water, sponged my face, massaged my neck and shoulders and
 pointing to me said to a British official 'my father!'. Russians filled the
 first three places in the M65 5000m and 10000m but at least I showed the
 flag even if it was at half mast. A new country and culture for me which I
 always appreciate. Kindness was the order of the day for the local people. I
 survived the conditions but perhaps behind that story lies in my leaving
 home with my weight my regular 9st while upon my return it was 7st13lbs!"

 KINGFIELD CANTER 2.85 miles handicap  Wednesday 3rd September at Woking
 1   A Mayger (unatt)       24.02 (actual time 24.02)
 11  Louise Piears          26.47  (21.17)
 16  Sonia Rowland          27.45  (21.00)
 18  Steve Rowland          28.17  (25.02) 

 WILNE 10km  Sunday 7th September at Draycott
 Estelle Damant finished 9th in the women's race.

 1   A Holliday (Tipton)    30.34  (chip time 30.34)
 28  J Coulson (Stockport)  33.02  (33.00 - 1st woman)
 93  Estelle Damant         37.06  (37.04) 

 REGENTS PARK 10km  Sunday 7th September
 Phil Jackson was 2nd over 60.

 1   W Brewin (unatt)       32.57  (chip time 32.54)
 9   L Bromilow (MMK)       37.42  (37.36 - 1st woman)
 166 Phil Jackson           46.50  (46.11)

 RICHMOND PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 30th August
 Third place for Karen Weir.

 1   M Ussher (Highgate)    18.18
 9   C Clover (Newbury)     19.43  (1st woman)
 12  Alex Fordham           20.00
 40  Karen Weir             21.59
 59  Tomas Sterner          23.01
 71  Amrut Sharma           23.41
 99  Eugenio Carmo          24.34
 114 Colin Rogal            25.15
 116 Michael Sikora         25.16
 120 Daniel Rushby          25.28
 124 Simon Taylor           25.42
 130 Maia Rushby            25.57
 156 James Rushby           26.54
 161 Phil Rushby            27.02 
 191 Andrew Brown           27.59
 234 Val Lowman             29.59
 265 Bronwen Northmore      31.53
 270 Claire-Louise French   32.14
 315 Pat Hewlett            41.31
 316 Bev Ali                41.32      

 BUSHY PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 30th August
 1   W Mackay (Bedford)     16.00
 13  Marc Snaith            17.56
 29  A Aronson (HW)         18.43  (1st woman)
 120 Tom Bradley            21.04
 181 Adam Wright            21.49
 183 Sacha Kennedy          21.50
 249 Leonie Kennedy         22.47
 311 Ian Grange             23.41
 384 Ali Kennedy            24.23
 526 Teresa Segovia         26.27
 696 Mary Hickson           28.33
 751 Kirsty Bangham         29.12
 783 David Meaden           29.52 
 985 Wally Garrod           36.23
 1022 John Hanscomb         40.37

 CRANE PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 30th August
 Nick Twomey and Olivia Lloyd scored a Ranelagh double first.

 1   Nick Twomey            17.47
 9   Duncan Mallison        20.58
 18  Olivia Lloyd           22.01  (1st woman) 
 19  Kabir Sait             22.09 
 29  Mike White             23.56
 36  Colin Lloyd            24.47
 61  Rachel Allen           28.03
 66  Lynne Barber           28.50
 68  Matthew Beal           29.04
 69  Louise Beal            29.04
 71  Christine David        29.29 
 78  Tracey Small           31.17
 81  Oliver Beal            31.56
 82  Simon Beal             31.56 
 92  Su Clark               33.34
 94  Stacey Barber          34.49
 95  Lexi Slaughter         36.13

 OLD DEER PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 30th August
 A good win for Kris Davidson.

 1   Kris Davidson          17.45
 4   S Pickford (Wimb W)    19.39  (1st woman)
 8   Stewart Andesron       21.22
 17  Mel Davison            23.21
 27  Phil Roberts           24.26  
 29  Frida Roper            24.31
 31  Luke Maguire           24.42
 37  Wyn Williams           25.49
 51  Paula Maguire          27.15
 59  Deepa Sharma           28.14
 79  Katie Walton           34.16
 80  Deborah Blakemore      34.18
 82  Clare Hulacki          36.35          

 KINGSTON parkrun 5km  Saturday 30th August
 Peter Faull and David Lawley registered a Ranelagh 1-2.

 1   Peter Faull            18.27
 2   David Lawley           18.47
 7   Iain Wilson            19.58
 12  Paul Sinton-Hewitt     20.29
 17  Chris Camacho          21.06
 24  S Black (Tri Europe)   22.10  (1st woman)
 37  Hannah Doyle           24.09
 38  Heather Martingell     24.17
 51  Jo Sinton-Hewitt       25.29
 53  Tom Reay               25.38
 56  Rob Kitchen            25.49
 59  Tom Kearey             26.05
 60  Josie Kearey           26.05
 61  Kevin Kearey           26.08
 62  Ann Kearey             26.10
 68  Leeanne Bryce          27.00
 78  Cathy Holman           29.16
 84  Cindy Croucher         30.32
 90  Deirdre Inman          34.04   

 OSTERLEY parkrun 5km  Saturday 30th August
 1   P Bowden (Strag)       18.40
 3   Craig Maclellan        19.01
 8   D Rakowicz             21.10  (1st woman)

 MALAHIDE parkrun 5km  Saturday 30th August
 Marie Synnott-Wells was first woman.

 1   E Keating (Portmarn)   17.31
 20  Marie Synnott-Wells    20.02  (1st woman) 

 WARSZAWA-PRAGA parkrun 5km  Saturday 30th August
 Lydia Louw was the leading female.

 1   F Babik (Poland)       17.49
 17  Lydia Louw             22.23  (1st woman)
 35  Arthur Louw            24.33 

 WOKING parkrun 5km  Saturday 30th August
 Ed Barker finished third.

 1   K Bowen (unatt)        17.35
 3   Ed Barker              18.13
 37  S Lavender             23.28  (1st woman)

 OTHER parkruns  (Saturday 30th August)...
 Reading: 196 Louise Atkinson 28.08
 Nonsuch: 31 Paul Rider 19.27
 Rondebosch: 17 Daniel Chiechi 21.40
 Upton Court: 9 Alberto Esguevillas 20.10,  42 Su Camp 26.30,  44 Tony Clark
 Bognor Regis: 58 Ally Salisbury 26.38
 Margate:  16 Peter Fordham 24.32
 York: 92 Phil Jackson 22.56

 BUSHY PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 6th September
 Fiona Ford was the second woman home.

 1   P Lowe (Strag)         16.23
 27  David Ready            18.46
 85  M Savill (unatt)       20.22  (1st woman)
 102 Fiona Ford             20.44
 482 Teresa Segovia         25.59
 569 Paul Sinton-Hewitt     26.57
 786 Jackie Dunkley         29.51
 1013 Wally Garrod          37.08
 1055 John Hanscomb         41.02

 RICHMOND PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 6th September
 Another win for Kris Davidson.

 1   Kris Davidson          17.39
 32  S Chan (Farnham)       21.22  (1st woman)
 48  Steve Aikin            21.58
 70  Rachel Findlay         22.52
 108 Chris Read             24.22
 120 Daniel Rushby          24.48
 125 James Rushby           25.00
 133 Michael Sikora         25.12
 138 Carol Aikin            25.19
 146 Maia Rushby            25.38
 176 Eugenio Carmo          26.43
 187 Rob Kitchen            26.53    
 211 Andrew Brown           27.30
 237 Sam Rushby             28.35
 241 Phil Rushby            28.50    
 263 Val Lowman             29.37
 290 Martin Clark           31.33 
 300 Bronwen Northmore      31.59
 330 Peter Lowman           37.11
 336 Pat Hewlett            38.14

 CRANE PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 6th September
 1   M Rix (Farnham Tri)    18.47
 5   Duncan Mallison        19.14
 10  I Atkins (unatt)       20.08  (1st woman)
 15  Tom Kearey             21.19
 19  Daniel Chiechi         21.37  
 20  Kabir Sait             21.39
 21  Eric Plue              21.43
 29  Kevin Kearey           23.11
 46  Jonny Brook            25.05
 48  Kate Brook             25.13
 50  Danni Croucher         25.27
 57  Josie Kearey           26.00
 58  Ann Kearey             26.00
 86  Jane Craigie-Payne     30.27
 88  Heather Martingell     30.28 
 92  Cindy Croucher         30.57
 97  Tanya Allen            33.33
 98  Su Clark               33.35
 100 Deirdre Inman          34.23
 104 Clare Hulacki          36.24
 107 Tamsin Burland         37.35  

 HACKNEY MARSHES parkrun 5km  Saturday 6th September
 Carl Selya-Hammer finished second.

 1   J Dale (London F Tri)  16.20
 2   Carl Selya-Hammer      16.29  
 15  H Troop (London F Tri) 19.45  (1st woman) 

 PEGWELL BAY parkrun 5km  Saturday 6th September
 A sub-17 win for Ted Mockett.

 1   T Mockett              16.56
 13  Y Elliott (Deal Tri)   22.01  (1st woman) 
 43  Ellen Van Keulen       26.50 

 OSTERLEY parkrun 5km  Saturday 6th September
 Kirsty Bangham was the leading woman.

 1   P Woodward (F of Dean) 18.06
 19  Kirsty Bangham         25.12  (1st woman) 

 HORSHAM parkrun 5km  Saturday 6th September
 366 runners turned up for the inaugural Horsham parkrun..

 1   N Boniface (Horsham J) 15.49
 67  A Lee (Leeds Uni)      22.45  (1st woman)
 96  Becky Hall             24.23
 97  Rob Curtis             24.24
 133 Peter Fordham          25.48
 210 Mary Hickson           30.01
 OTHER parkruns  (Saturday 6th September)...
 Woking: 23 Lee Davies 22.54,  49 Mike White 25.04
 Old Deer Park: 32 Mel Davison 24.54,  67 Deborah Blakemore 28.58,  68 Lorna
 Smith 28.59
 Wimbledon Common: 292 Lynne Barber 29.31,  325 Christine David 30.48,  346
 Tracey Small 32.28
 Kingston: 5 Craig Maclellan 19.04,  23 Chris Camacho 20.48,  66 Tom Reay
 Frimley Lodge:  64 Sonia Rowland 22.27,  167 Steve Rowland 25.50
 Arrow Valley: 70 Jo Sinton-Hewitt 24.25
 Northala Fields:  7 Alberto Esguevillas 19.46,  18 Phil Jackson 22.15,  21
 Amrut Sharma 22.24
 Bognor Regis: 8 David Rowe 21.41

 BUSHY PARK JUNIORS parkrun 2km  Sunday 7th September
 Lydia Louw was second girl.

 1   H Vincent (unatt)      7.02
 2   K Stilwell (Wyc P)     7.03  (1st girl)
 18  Lydia Louw             8.14
 39  Finlay Sinclair        8.53 

 SAVILL GARDENS JUNIORS parkrun 2km  Sunday 7th September
 1   S Lewis (Cookham)      7.45
 2   M Collings (Woking)    7.52
 120 Thomas Lane           15.36
 138 Connor Scally         21.12  

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