*************************************************** RANELAGH HARRIERS E-NEWS # 442 16 January 2015 Editor: Steve Rowland mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org *************************************************** HEADLINE NEWS ************* * Bronze medals at the Surrey Championships for Gill Sanders, Ralph Street and the Ranelagh women's team * Surrey League Division 1 races - our women's team finishes 9th and our men's team 5th * parkrun placings for Megan de Silva, Nick Twomey, Kris Davidson, Ted Mockett, Colin Brett, Stewart Anderson, Sacha Kennedy, Leonie Kennedy, Lydia Louw, Marie Synnott-Wells, Jordan Mungovan, Trevor Maguire, Niall O'Connor and David Rowe * Bank of England race this Saturday cancelled * Final mob match of the season on Sunday 15th February - can we make it four wins in one season for the first time ever? * Subsidised track sessions at Osterley are under way * Book now for the Quiz Night in the clubhouse on Saturday 7th February ATTENTION PLEASE **************** BANK OF ENGLAND INTER-CLUB RACE CANCELLED We were due to visit the Bank of England Sports Ground at Roehampton on Saturday 17th January but this race has unfortunately been cancelled. THE SEASON'S LAST MOB MATCH We have never won all four mob matches in a single season. Now is our chance! On Sunday 15th February we visit Blackheath's stronghold at Hayes (Kent) to run their 7.5 miles course. Yes, Sunday morning (at their insistence) starting at 11am. Everyone is needed! If we can repeat those hordes of blue vests we have seen in the other mob matches this season we can certainly upset the 'heathens and bring home the Pelling Ratcliff Cup. This gives the location of their HQ:. Note that the start is a 10 minutes jog away. Trevor Maguire adds the following travel details: Travel to Blackheath club house may not be easy on a Sunday morning (location 56 Bourne Way, Bromley BR2 7EY). From Richmond travel by road will take about 1hr and 15 mins depending on traffic on the way there (probably use the South Circular) but could take longer on the way back. By road you have two options: * Drive direct to the Blackheath Club House in Hayes in Kent (please consider car sharing if possible). * Or sign up for the Minibus by emailing Trevor Maguire email@example.com to book a seat at a cost of £3 or £4 a head (pay on the day) and gather at 9:00 in OLD DEER PARK Car Park in Richmond (next to the A316) - we will return to the same location at an estimated 15:00 (after shower, tea/cakes and presentations) By public transport you should aim for Hayes (Kent) train station which is about 10 mins walk to their Club House. * Rail travel has been made more challenging as the train service from London Waterloo East to London Bridge is closed on Sunday 15th February. * In simple terms the way to get to Hayes (Kent) train station is to take either the 9:10 or 9:40 train from London Bridge which takes 36min. Taking the 10:10 is probably too late unless you run hard from the station - arrives at the station at 10:46 and after a 5 min jog to the club house you have another 10 mins jog to the start (the race starts at 11!!). [There are several rail routes with multiple changes via Clapham junction, Denmark Hill etc. but I think they are too confusing!] * Catching a train from Richmond to London Waterloo will take about half an hour (8:09, 8:35 or 8:38 should be fine - later trains mean relying on a fast connection to London Bridge). * Then travel by tube or bus to London Bridge. Jubilee or Northern Line tube lines for London Bridge (Jubilee Line is direct, but for Northern Line change branches via Kennington) - both will take train tickets because of the rail closure. * The Jubilee line is quickest tube route (also has engineering works but will be closed only from Waterloo going North so it should be OK going South to get to London Bridge) but please check nearer the time. * As a guide a return rail journey from Richmond to Hayes (Kent) costs £11. THURSDAY NIGHT TRACK TRAINING AT OSTERLEY The club is subsidising for an experimental period track sessions on Thursday evenings at the Osterley track. All groups and all abilities are welcome! The sessions started last week and will run for three months, every Thursday 7.30-8.30pm. Link to the map is here:. 2XU SURREY LEAGUES The climax to the Surrey League season is on Saturday 7th February when the women compete at Coulsdon and the men at home in Richmond Park. The women's race is 8km starting at 12 noon, followed by the junior events. The men run 8km at 3pm, with the junior race preceding it at 2.30pm. QUIZ NIGHT After the League races we'll be holding one of our popular quiz nights in the clubhouse - that's Saturday 7th February, starting at 7pm. It's teams of four, make up your own team or just turn up on the night. Cost is £10 to include a fish and chip supper. Put the date in your diary and let Andy Hayward firstname.lastname@example.org know if you're planning to come. SATURDAY LIVE Paul Sinton-Hewitt CBE - recently placed number 93 in The Daily Telegraph's Britons of the Year 2014 - was a guest on Radio 4's Saturday Live programme last Saturday morning. It's well worth a listen - you can catch up with it here:. Paul's interview starts at about 18:09. RANELAGH HARRIERS RICHMOND HALF MARATHON Sunday 3rd May Entries are already coming in steadily for our Half Marathon on May 3rd. Over 400 have already been received, and the race usually fills up well before the closing date. So if you're planning to run, don't delay in submitting your entry. If you're not running, note the date anyway - we need large numbers of marshals on the day. LONDON MARATHON ENTRY Janet Kugele writes: "I was fortunate enough to obtain a Marathon Bond Place to this year's London Marathon but sadly due to injury I am unable to compete. Therefore I am asking If anyone else in the club would like to run for a local charity. Although the charity haven't asked for any money, they did pay £380 for the place, so ideally if you could raise this amount or above, they would be very grateful. About the charity - Geoffs Place is a registered charity (no.1151020) and has been supporting a group of people with learning disabilities, many of whom have no family contact. This enables them to have a break away from their sometimes isolated environment, thus allowing them to interact with their peers and be part of wider society. Originally they rented holiday accommodation, but as costs rose, it become more difficult to cover expenses. They soon realised that escalating costs would put the cost of a holiday out of the reach of the group; this is when they decided to purchase a holiday home at Parkdean on Hayling Island to provide low cost accommodation. Fund raising and donations from supporters have provided the deposit and some repayments, but they still need to raise more funds to complete the purchase. The aim is that the caravan will eventually become a self-funding holiday home exclusively for adults with learning disabilities. The holiday home is available to rent for families, organisations, etc who are involved in supporting adults with learning disabilities. See www.geoffsplace.org.uk If you are interested, can you please let me know by 5 February, as I need to advise the charity of the name of the runner who will be replacing me - email@example.com." MARATHON FOCUS WINTER WORKSHOPS at St Mary's University Clinic. Wednesday 28th January 2015, 7pm - TBC Warm Ups, Injury Prevention, & Recovery Wednesday 25th March 2015, 7pm - TBC Race Day Preparation £10 per workshop. Both are to be held at St Mary's University on campus. To book your place please call 0208 240 4070 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow Ranelagh on Facebook. WHAT'S COMING ************* More details of the following from the men's Captains ( e-mail Phil, Duncan or Trevor ) email@example.com or the women's Captain / Team Manager ( e-mail Becky or Phil firstname.lastname@example.org ) Saturday 17th January v Bank of England and others - CANCELLED Saturday 24th January South of England Cross-Country Championships at Stanmer Park, Brighton Saturday 31st January Ranelagh Cup schools race in Richmond Park Saturday 7th February Surrey League Div 1 - women at Coulsdon starting at 12 noon and the men at home in Richmond Park starting at 3pm Sunday 15th February Pelling Ratcliff Cup mob match v Blackheath and Bromley HAC at Hayes, Kent, starting at 11am. See above. Saturday 21st February National Cross-Country Championships at Parliament Hill 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), and also every Sunday at 9.30am in Wimbledon Park. WHAT'S HAPPENED *************** SURREY COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIPS Saturday 3rd January at Lloyd Park, Croydon. There was a bronze bonanza for Ranelagh in the Surrey Championships at Lloyd Park. Third place in both the men's and women's races went to runners in the blue and gold, and to put the icing on the cake our women's team also finished third. "Gloop" was how Will Cockerell on the Belgrave website described the conditions at Lloyd Park. Just so. It's a venue that tends to the wet at the best of times, but today it provided particularly gloopy going. Last year's Surrey Championships saw the debut in Ranelagh colours of Gill Sanders and she strode into second place leaving spectators and runners all wondering "Who's she?". As triathlon is Gill's main sport she remains - twelve months later - comparatively little known in cross-country circles. But perhaps it didn't come as quite such a surprise this year for the cognoscenti to see her forming part of the leading group in the early stages. The Aldershot pair of Bruinvels and Wicks soon moved clear but Gill established herself in a clear third place which she held to the finish - another great run. Estelle Damant - herself a former silver medallist on this course - backed up well in 11th place, four ahead of Megan de Silva. Then it fell to skipper Becky Hall to complete the scoring team of four, though she had Bonnie Morgan breathing down her neck. Aldershot - with four runners home in the top nine - ran away with the team race and SLH took the silvers but we were delighted to find that we had held off Clapham and Belgrave to secure the bronzes. In the senior men's race it was Belgrave's Olympian Pascar Owor who was always in control despite there being only one second in it at the finish between him and Pearce of Tonbridge. It was great to see Ralph Street mixing it with the best of them and finishing in third place only a little over 20 seconds behind the winner. This performance qualifies Ralph for the club Honours award - congratulations! Behind Ralph there was something of a scratch Ranelagh team with Steve Whitehead leading the rest home in 68th place. Rick Jenner, David Lawley, Trevor Maguire and Mick Lane closed in the team in 11th place. Leonie Kennedy, Frida Roper and Euan Sinclair all performed well for us in the Under 13 events. 2XU SURREY LEAGUE DIVISION 1 Saturday 9th January at Wimbledon Common (women) and Streatham Common (men) Wimbledon and Streatham Commons would appear to have little in common. Indeed the route from one to the other - for those who tried to attend both - was particularly tortuous. But today they shared one unavoidable characteristic - mud! Our women were in action first over a heavy and hilly two-lap course starting at the University Playing Fields in Putney Vale - usually Thames Hare & Hounds territory, though the main organisers on this occasion were Wimbledon Windmilers. Appropriately it was the Windmilers who mustered the biggest team on the day, but Ranelagh's 21 runners was the second-best turnout - an excellent effort and very encouraging. Megan de Silva led our team once again, and after running in the teens throughout the race a typically spirited finish took her into 13th place. Marie Synnott-Wells and Bonnie Morgan were never far apart in the 40s and 50s and then a few places further back Becky Hall and Julia Bailey fought amongst themselves for the fourth and fifth spots in the scoring team. Backing up not far behind was Gwen McCormack, and then Gemma Cory and Lara Werrett led in the rest. Our B team which placed 20th overall (and fifth B team) was completed by Marilyn Horne and Michelle Davies. A special mention for Viviana Uyaban who had only just become a member and had never run cross-country before! Our A team placed 10th on the day, 9th amongst the 'A's, and they hold the same position overall with one league race to go. Izzy Atkins made her club debut with an impressive 4th place in the Under 13s race, with Frida Roper finishing 46th. Captain Killingley - himself still relegated to the position of onlooker as his broken metatarsal slowly heals - takes up the story for the men's race: "Facing the wind, hills and mud of Streatham Common, more than one person remarked that this was a proper cross-country course. The third fixture last season was similar (Wimbledon Common in a storm and mudbath) and it was also our best of the season. If only it had been two to score - we'd have won, with Ralph Street in 3rd and Jon Pepper (training run!) in 5th. Nonetheless, there were excellent runs from Eirin McDaid, moving through the field to claim an unexpected 18th in a return to form, Jordan Mungovan, clocking 44th in possibly his best race in ten years, and George Howard in 46th - nailing his target of hitting the top fifty. Jackson Creegan was disappointed with 35th after promising form in the two mob matches was hijacked by Christmas illness. Trevor Maguire's bid (judging by the first half mile) to make the top 20 turned into a solid 61st place, and he was shortly followed by a hamstrung Peter Haarer, evergreen Steve Whitehead, and anchorman Ted Mockett. We had 23 runners out, and probably (although I haven't checked) won the 23 to score prize too, with some speedy individuals failing to make our top 10. Only Herne Hill's and Kent's 11th man beat ours - Mark Herbert. Also, there was an excellent start for Michael Dorgan - racing for the first time for the club - in 100th place, and Ian Kenton returning to form. Credit also goes to a horribly jet-lagged Carl Selya-Hammer for showing up having landed from New York that morning, though he never hit his usual rhythm. We are now 43 points ahead of Belgrave, having leapfrogged them into 6th. They tend to perform well in the last fixture, so holding them off will be tough. But unlike last season, Division 1 racing next year is assured before the final fixture. We are 646 points ahead of 8th place, each Croydon runner would have to beat each of ours by 65 points to overtake us, and given they only placed one runner inside the top 70 today, that seems a tad unlikely!" Streatham Common - though windswept and cold, as well as muddy - was popular with most of the runners for its combination of wide open spaces and wooded sections. Sadly, however, it may well not be used again, unless Lambeth Council backs down on its charge of £275 for the event to go ahead. League Secretary Martin Duff has sent the Council a well-phrased letter of complaint, so we'll have to wait and see what comes of it. NEW YEAR'S DAY 10km Thursday 1st January in Hyde Park Alan Davidson writes: "I gave in to the bitterly cold weather over the Christmas period and didn't race, instead doing short training runs from home. I stepped outside yesterday for the Hyde Park 10k but the rain and strong wind nearly made me step back indoors!" 1 J Wightman (Edin) 31.44 (chip time 31.43) 10 E Pallant (AFD) 35.04 (35.04 - 1st woman) 51 Stewart Anderson 40.09 (40.04) 71 Becky Hall 41.59 (41.53) 117 Rob Curtis 44.48 (44.40) 156 Heather Martingell 48.04 (47.54) 217 Alan Davidson 51.12 (50.56) 230 Pete Warren 51.53 (51.38) 237 Paul Martingell 52.04 (51.47) TADWORTH 10 miles Sunday 4th January Marie Synnott-Wells was second over 50. 1 N Boniface (Horsh J) 53.36 (chip time 53.36) 14 L Custance (Clapham) 62.57 (62.57) 43 Bill Neely 68.20 (68.14) 83 Marie Synnott-Wells 71.47 (71.44) 420 Tom Reay 93.57 MABAC LEAGUE 8 miles Sunday 11th January in Windsor Great Park 1 A Brooker (Eps O) 44.50 11 H Jarvis (DMV) 50.21 (1st woman) 101 James Barber 62.22 151 Tom Reay 68.01 239 Lynne Barber 84.06 242 Rachel Allen 85.06 246 Katie Walton ntt 247 Tracey Small ntt 248 Cindy Croucher ntt BUSHY PARK parkrun 5km Thursday 1st January 1 A Jaksevicius (Belg) 16.54 7 Nick Wright 18.17 26 Duncan Mallison 19.21 75 L Marchant (26.2) 20.55 (1st woman) 78 Chris Camacho 21.03 100 Steve Aikin 21.33 223 Euan Sinclair 23.58 227 Paul Wapshott 24.04 287 Carol Aikin 24.55 295 Finlay Sinclair 25.01 300 Alastair Sinclair 25.06 366 Rob Kitchen 26.27 495 Julian Holden 28.55 586 Kirsty Bangham 30.53 RICHMOND PARK parkrun 5km Thursday 1st January Jordan Mungovan and Lydia Louw gave us a pair of third places.. 1 Unknown 17.08 3 Jordan Mungovan 17.13 6 Nick Twomey 18.10 9 Ted Mockett 18.34 17 Craig Maclellan 19.13 31 John Hobson 20.19 33 Peter Faull 20.35 37 N Nicholson (Elm) 20.49 (1st woman) 49 Lydia Louw 21.38 86 Tomas Sterner 24.34 97 Tom Reay 25.06 99 Arthur Louw 25.15 120 Michael Cawley 26.21 159 Claire McKenzie 28.26 167 Michael Sikora 28.58 202 Katie Walton 31.28 213 Andrew Brown 33.49 CRANE PARK parkrun 5km Thursday 1st January A Ranelagh 1-2 for Nick Twomey and Ted Mockett. 1 Nick Twomey 17.38 2 Ted Mockett 18.15 7 Duncan Mallison 19.33 12 L Killip (Strag) 20.11 (1st woman) 26 Steve Aikin 22.05 44 Phil Roberts 23.59 82 Carol Aikin 25.56 85 Frida Roper 26.18 103 Rachel Allen 27.12 106 Colette Doran 27.24 113 Rob Kitchen 27.51 117 Julian Holden 28.08 141 Ellen Van Keulen 30.04 157 Tracey Small 31.37 184 Paul Wapshott 37.44 TRING parkrun 5km Thursday 1st January 1 I Kimpton (unatt) 18.08 4 Mark Herbert 20.33 21 Vaughan Ramsay 23.41 22 J Johnson (RAF) 23.44 (1st woman) 67 Lee Davies 27.24 103 Michelle Davies 30.34 108 Mike White 30.49 KINGSTON parkrun 5km Thursday 1st January Trevor Maguire finished 3rd. 1 N Aitken (Clapham) 17.33 3 Trevor Maguire 18.22 5 Nick Wright 19.00 16 Peter Faull 20.16 36 Chris Camacho 21.09 37 J Cooney (Coll) 21.13 (1st woman) 56 Wiebke Kortum 22.06 105 Hannah Doyle 25.57 143 Tom Reay 26.47 200 Jackie Dunkley 30.43 203 Kirsty Bangham 31.08 208 Andrew Brown 31.49 211 Annemarie Goodridge 32.45 DULWICH parkrun 5km Thursday 1st January Megan de Silva and Marie Synnott-Wells were 1st and 3rd women to finish. 1 A Yeo (Kent) 15.21 22 Megan de Silva 19.18 (1st woman) 31 Marie Synnott-Wells 19.58 RICHMOND PARK parkrun 5km Saturday 3rd January Nick Twomey finished third. 1 A Maud (Clapham) 15.51 3 Nick Twomey 18.17 4 Mark Herbert 18.27 14 Jordan Mungovan 19.39 16 Bill Neely 19.47 25 N Creswick (Ful-On T) 20.24 (1st woman) 31 John Hobson 20.42 41 Lydia Louw 22.03 53 Lee Davies 22.50 59 Michelle Davies 23.07 86 Karl Garvey 24.12 99 Tomas Sterner 25.08 101 James Rushby 25.11 112 Maia Rushby 25.34 113 Daniel Rushby 25.34 144 Arthur Louw 26.51 187 Cathy Holman 29.06 189 Val Lowman 29.09 228 Peter Lowman 31.24 233 Bronwen Northmore 32.01 260 Andrew Brown 34.56 266 Pat Hewlett 41.07 CRANE PARK parkrun 5km Thursday 3rd January Kris Davidson was the winner. 1 Kris Davidson 17.27 10 Tom Kearey 22.22 13 S Ahrensfeld (Serp) 22.50 (1st woman) 45 Mike White 26.19 52 Kevin Kearey 26.59 53 Josie Kearey 26.59 54 Ann Kearey 27.12 60 Rachel Allen 27.39 67 Lynne Barber 29.05 72 Stephanie Croucher 29.32 75 Christine David 29.48 77 Cindy Croucher 30.55 79 Tracey Small 31.21 84 Stacey Barber 32.34 90 Paul Wapshott 33.05 OLD DEER PARK parkrun 5km Saturday 3rd January Colin Brett and Stewart Anderson were the first two home.. 1 Colin Brett 20.03 2 Stewart Anderson 20.33 5 J Reynolds (B&B) 22.07 (1st woman) 25 Julian Holden 27.06 27 Phil Roberts 27.42 38 Nigel Coombes 30.51 CORBY parkrun 5km Saturday 3rd January Ted Mockett was first across the line. 1 Ted Mockett 19.08 4 Peter Faull 20.31 17 G Docherty (unatt) 23.10 (1st woman) 48 Ellen Van Keulen 30.05 OSTERLEY parkrun 5km Saturday 3rd January Niall O'Connor placed 3rd. 1 J Short (unatt)) 20.58 3 Niall O'Connor 22.14 15 M Stearn (unatt) 26.19 (1st woman) 32 Rebecca Northmore 29.05 BUSHY PARK parkrun 5km Saturday 3rd January 1 J Ormerod (Strag) 17.39 2 Nick Wright 17.55 14 David Ready 19.07 44 N Nicholson (Elm) 20.27 (1st woman) 176 Ben Shore 23.04 593 Julie Drummond 29.16 692 Kirsty Bangham 31.10 OTHER parkruns (Saturday 3rd January)... York: 108 Phil Jackson 22.16 Kingston: 16 Chris Camacho 21.07, 60 Simon Taylor 25.38, 97 Annemarie Goodridge 33.09 Oxford: 107 Evelyn Joslin 29.46 Wimbledon Common: 30 Steve Aikin 22.09, 115 Carol Aikin 26.17 Fish Hoek: 10 Alex Fordham 23.03, 25 Nick Fordham 25.55, 28 Peter Fordham 26.23 Bognor Regis: 6 David Rowe 20.18, 81 Sharon Rowe 36.26 Bedfont Lakes: 49 Chris Spink 26.43 Frimley Lodge: 121 Paul Sinton-Hewitt 24.55, 327 Deirdre Inman 36.28 Bournemouth: 85 Eugenio Carmo 26.18 Brockenhurst: 9 Bruce McLaren 21.22 BUSHY PARK JUNIORS parkrun 2km Sunday 4th January Sacha Kennedy was second girl. 1 P Willson (SMR) 7.38 3 Euan Sinclair 8.08 6 J Grist (unatt) 8.19 (1st girl) 7 Sacha Kennedy 8.22 15 Finlay Sinclair 8.51 53 Matthew Beal 9.57 99 Eilidh Sinclair 11.05 151 Oliver Beal 12.09 SAVILL GARDENS JUNIORS parkrun 2km Sunday 4th January 1 A Gambrill (Cookham) 7.57 3 E Jones (Brack) 8.02 (1st girl) 19 Livvy Ricketts 9.30 20 James McLauchlan 9.33 53 Charlie McLauchlan 11.24 121 Connor Scally 17.43 RICHMOND PARK parkrun 5km Saturday 10th January Kris Davidson finished second. 1 S Shaw (unatt) 17.28 2 Kris Davidson 18.08 19 H Edwards (Herne H) 20.28 (1st woman) 24 Tom Bradley 20.42 25 John Hobson 20.43 28 Peter Faull 20.51 41 Steve Aikin 21.43 73 Chris Read 23.23 98 Colin Lloyd 24.01 137 Daniel Rushby 25.25 138 Carol Aikin 25.26 145 Simon Taylor 25.41 152 James Rushby 25.53 153 Maia Rushby 25.54 258 Andrew Brown 29.57 265 Ally Salisbury 30.26 302 Louise Beal 31.18 322 Bronwen Northmore 32.39 374 Pat Hewlett 41.42 380 Peter Lowman 42.40 CRANE PARK parkrun 5km Thursday 10th January Nick Twomey was the overall winner and Sacha and Leonie Kennedy were 2nd and 3rd in the women's category.. 1 Nick Twomey 18.04 12 Eric Plue 20.39 13 C Curtis (Folk) 21.42 (1st woman) 18 Sacha Kennedy 21.53 20 Lee Davies 22.08 21 Tom Kearey 22.13 23 Kevin Kearey 22.30 25 Leonie Kennedy 22.37 34 Michelle Davies 23.37 45 Adam Wright 24.35 48 Ali Kennedy 24.50 69 Danni Croucher 27.09 70 Stephanie Croucher 27.10 71 Josie Kearey 27.11 73 Ann Kearey 27.17 81 Ellen Van Keulen 28.16 107 Cindy Croucher 32.03 120 Clare Hulacki 38.02 125 Su Clark 42.12 BUSHY PARK parkrun 5km Saturday 10th January 1 A Jaksevicius (Belg) 16.18 22 David Ready 19.24 54 M Savill (unatt) 20.40 (1st woman) 489 Kirsty Bangham 26.58 542 Ashleigh Ferris 27.33 543 Leeanne Bryce 27.34 722 Colette Doran 29.24 774 Jackie Dunkley 30.21 1032 Wally Garrod 39.12 BLACK PARK parkrun 5km Saturday 10th January 1 T Maynard (unatt) 18.55 17 Alberto Esguevillas 21.01 56 J Sloan (unatt) 23.10 (1st woman) 85 Amrut Sharma 24.14 102 Tomas Sterner 24.49 190 Sue Camp 27.46 302 Deepa Sharma 31.31 OLD DEER PARK parkrun 5km Saturday 10th January 1 D Stacey (unatt) 19.04 4 Craig Maclellan 20.07 6 Colin Brett 21.16 15 J Effiong (unatt) 23.53 (1st woman) 34 Mel Davison 27.54 36 Luke Maguire 28.47 37 Julian Holden 28.56 63 Katie Walton 36.19 64 Deborah Blakemore 36.19 KINGSTON parkrun 5km Saturday 10th January 1 D Etheridge (unatt) 19.16 13 Chris Camacho 21.04 20 J Mackie (unatt) 22.49 (1st woman) 52 Hannah Doyle 25.26 80 Rob Kitchen 27.48 91 Alison Dicks 30.27 BOGNOR REGIS parkrun 5km Saturday 10th January David Rowe finished third. 1 H Lyne (Chich) 18.57 2 K Andrews (Hedge End) 19.51 (1st woman) 3 David Rowe 19.59 123 Sharon Rowe 35.29 OTHER parkruns (Saturday 10th January)... Gunnersbury: 58 Phil Jackson 22.58 Clermont Waterfront: 10 Nick Wright 20.56 Oxford: 85 Evelyn Joslin 27.59, 86 Ian Bingham 27.59 Southsea: 111 Alan Davidson 30.28 Osterley: 5 Paul Hodges 22.38, 33 Cathy Holman 29.00 Fountains Abbey: 138 Mary Hickson 32.11 Reading: 115 Louise Atkinson 30.06 Bournemouth: 97 Eugenio Carmo 25.13 Nonsuch: 143 Tom Reay 25.53 FINALLY... Don't feel like training today? On December 21st British marathon great Ron Hill (aged 76) completed 50 years of running at least a mile each and every day for more than 18,000 days, clocking up a total of nearly 160,000 miles! FINALLY... Don't feel like training today? On December 21st British marathon great Ron Hill (aged 76) completed 50 years of running at least a mile each and every day for more than 18,000 days, clocking up a total of nearly 160,000 miles!