*************************************************** RANELAGH HARRIERS E-NEWS # 485 29th October 2016 Editor: Steve Rowland mailto: email@example.com *************************************************** HEADLINE NEWS ************* * Ranelagh women finish 33rd in South of England AA Road Relay championships * Sub-2:40 Marathon from George Howard * Good performances in various Half Marathons * Chris Owens finishes 5th in the World Age-Group Triathlon Championships M60-64 * Gill Sanders finishes 3rd in ITU Triathlon World Cup Elite event in Ecuador * Page Cup 5 miles handicap in Richmond Park - Saturday 1st October * First Mob Match of the season - Saturday 8th October at home to Thames H&H * First Surrey Leagues of the season - Saturday October 15th at Nonsuch and Richmond ATTENTION PLEASE **************** NEXT JOB FOR THE MOB - 8th OCTOBER Phil Killingley writes: "With 11 mob wins in a row under our belts, we'd better hope the Blue Wave has not got complacent over the summer hols. Thames Hare and Hounds are coming to Richmond Park on 8th October in mid-rutting season for the first mob of the year. Put on your antlers and join us! Fast and slow, young and old, men and women, all are welcome. Please also remember (remember) to stick 5th November in your diaries for the away Orion fixture in Epping Forest. Our spy in their camp suggests this represents the biggest risk to our unbeaten run. There will certainly be fireworks." FISH and CHIP SUPPER Following our mob match against Thames we will be hosting them to a fish and chip supper in the clubhouse. All are welcome. 6.30pm start. Price £10 per head to include beer and wine. Book your place with Andy Hayward firstname.lastname@example.org . FIXTURE LIST Our full winter fixture list is now available on our website here:. There are printed copies at the clubhouse. Also at the clubhouse are copies of the latest Ranelagh Harriers Gazette, covering the twelve months up to spring 2016. Please help yourself to a copy. If anyone would like a fixture card and/or a Gazette posted to them, please reply to this email giving your postal address. PAGE CUP 5 miles HANDICAP Saturday 1st October in Richmond Park All members are welcome for the season's second handicap race. It's a 3pm start but please register at the clubhouse by 2.40pm. SURREY CROSS-COUNTRY LEAGUES - WOMEN and MEN Saturday 15th October at Nonsuch Park and Richmond Park As usual for the Leagues our women's and men's teams go their separate ways. The women run in Nonsuch Park starting with the senior race at 12 noon and followed by the under 15s/under 17s at 1pm and the under 13s at 1.30pm. The men are at home in Richmond Park, but please note a later than usual start time - 3.30pm for all juniors and 4pm for the seniors. SURREY COUNTY MASTERS CHAMPIONSHIPS Saturday 22nd October in Richmond Park Once again we are hosting the county Masters (aka Veterans) Championships. There are two races, both also with later than usual start times. The first race is over 6km for all women over 35 and men over 60 and starts at 3.30pm. The second race is 10km for men over 40 and over 50 starting at 4.15pm. There are individual awards in 5 year age bands and team competitions in 10 year age bands. Entries must be made in advance, contact the captains / team managers if you want to run. MARSHALLING This year we're asking all active members to volunteer to marshal at least one home race in Richmond Park during the season. To volunteer, please contact our Chief Race Official Andy Bickerstaff email@example.com . RIVER THAMES HALF MARATHON Sunday 30th October Roy Reeder writes: "October is a very busy month for marshalling with home events in Richmond Park almost every weekend. However, if anyone could spare some time to marshal at an additional event, the River Thames Half Marathon on 30th October, for which I'm Race Director, I'd be very grateful. Most of the help is needed in and around the start at Walton Bridge but I also need volunteers around Molesey. For each volunteer, I'm happy to donate £25 to the charity of your choice or give you a free entry for next year. The race has proved to be very popular: in 2014, the race generated £3500 for charity, last year it generated £3700. This year, with a record number of entries, it looks like we might even top £5000! To volunteer or for more details email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks." THURSDAY NIGHT TRACK TRAINING AT OSTERLEY The club is continuing to subsidise track sessions on Thursday evenings at the Osterley track. All groups and all abilities are welcome. The sessions are every Thursday 7.30-8.30pm. Link to the map is here:. FACEBOOK Follow Ranelagh on Facebook. RANELAGH JUNIORS Check out what's happening in our junior section at ranelagh-harriers-juniors.com/. WHAT'S COMING ************* More details of the following from the men's Captains ( e-mail Phil or Trevor ) email@example.com or the women's Captain / Team Manager ( e-mail Becky or Phil firstname.lastname@example.org ) Saturday 1st October Page Cup 5 miles handicap in Richmond Park. 3pm start. Saturday 8th October Mob Match v Thames Hare & Hounds in Richmond Park. 2.30pm start Saturday 15th October 2XU Surrey League (men) in Richmond Park. Start time 3.30pm for juniors and 4pm for seniors Surrey Ladies League in Nonsuch Park. Start time 12 noon for seniors, 1pm for U15s & U17s, 1.30pm for U13s Sunday 16th October Cabbage Patch 10 miles in Twickenham. 9.30am start. Entries closed. Saturday 22nd October Surrey Masters/Veterans Championships in Richmond Park. Start time 3.30pm for W35+ and M60+, 4.15pm for M40+ and M50+ Saturday 5th November Lee Cup Mob Match v Orion Harriers in Epping Forest. 2.30pm start. 5km parkruns every Saturday at 9am and 2km junior parkruns weekly or monthly on Sundays. Venues, more details and registration at www.parkrun.com or www.parkrun.org.uk/events/juniorevents/. WHAT'S HAPPENED *************** SOUTH OF ENGLAND ROAD RELAYS Sunday 25th September at Bedford Autodrome It was good to see Estelle Damant back in action in her first serious race this year. She ran well on the opening stage to come home 21st in a time of 17.15 for the 4.5km lap. Charlie Hyde, Becky Curtis-Hall and Natalie Thomas brought the team home in a very respectable 33rd place. Fastest Ranelagh time though was from newcomer Nichola Jackson, who ran the opening stage for an incomplete B team in an outstanding 16.21. Nichola's change of first-claim was not approved in time for her to run in our A team. With many popular road races also on this weekend we did not field a team in the men's race, but Rob Curtis ran the opening 6km stage in 27.14 finishing 70th. RICHMOND RUNNING FESTIVAL Sunday 18th September There were some good runs in the Marathon, led by a sub-3 hours from Richard Kimber. In the 10k Michelle Beaumont was 7th in the women's race won by five-times Olympian Jo Pavey. Fiona Hopwood was 1st W55 and Andrew Brown was 2nd M60. Richmond Marathon 1 P Holley (Newmarket) 2:46.30 8 A Clements (Kent) 2:57.17 (1st woman) 10 Richard Kimber 2:58.21 59 Dan Little 3:19.30 69 Richard Astley 3:22.02 193 Simon Beal 3:41.39 281 Emma Wellham 3:54.14 321 Phil Roberts 3:59.05 568 Lloyd Camp 4:45.51 629 Ian Grange 5:13.11 Kew Gardens 10k 1 Chris Thompson (AFD) 30.20 4 Jo Pavey (Exeter) 33.10 (1st woman) 22 Michelle Beaumont 42.11 31 Matt Sowton 43.56 53 Daniel Chiechi 45.51 62 Daniela Mingham 46.29 98 Fiona Hopwood 48.21 147 Kirsty Steel 51.56 160 Andrew Brown 52.23 165 Ashleigh Ferris 52.39 257 Kirsty Bangham 56.05 344 Prelini Chiechi 58.51 550 David Meaden 64.43 654 Alan Meaden 68.17 ITU WORLD TRIATHLON GRAND FINAL Sunday 11th September - Sunday 18th September at Cozumel, Mexico Chris Owens competed in the M60-64 world championship race on the final day, and finished an excellent 5th. The previous day in the Elite Women's race Gill Sanders had unluckily been obliged to retire during the bike phase. Men 60-64 1 M McCombs (USA) 2:19.22 (swim 21.01, t1 3.02, cycle 63.04, t2 1.19, run 50.53) 5 Chris Owens 2:30.54 (30.22, 2.41, 68.17, 1.20, 48.11) ITU TRIATHLON WORLD CUP SPRINT RACE Sunday 25th September at Salinas, Ecuador After the disappointment of Cozumel, Gill Sanders bounced back with a podium third place in the World Cup sprint in Ecuador. She crossed the line just 15 seconds behind the winner Kirsten Kasper of the USA. Elite Women 1 K Kasper (USA) 59.16 (swim 10.30, t1 0.44, cycle 31.01, t2 0.31, run 16.33) 3 Gill Sanders (RSA) 59.31 (10.36, 0.44, 30.58, 0.29, 16.47) EALING HALF MARATHON Sunday 25th September Nick Impey led our contingent, and there were good runs from juniors Jess Harbert, Cecily Day and Ellie Luxmoore. 1 J Kemei (Kenya) 1:04.14 (chip time 1:04.14) 5 T Omosa (Kenya) 1:14.45 (1:14.45 - 1st woman) 15 Nick Impey 1:16.37 (1:16.36) 80 Jonathan Moore 1:24.52 (1:24.50) 201 Owen Delaney 1:30.04 (1:29.22) 417 Liam Griffin 1:36.02 (1:35.49) 505 Niall O'Connor 1:37.56 (1:37.44) 710 Jess Harbert 1:41.42 (1:40.33) 1086 Cecily Day 1:47.21 (1:46.12) 1193 Ellie Luxmoore 1:48.56 (1:47.48) 2159 Claire Warner 2:01.31 (1:55.41) 2322 John Herriott 2:03.37 (2:01.57) 2492 Robert Hillhouse 2:06.05 (2:01.06) BERLIN MARATHON Sunday 25th September At the front Kenenisa Bekele missed the world record by just six seconds. For Ranelagh, Nick Twomey and Lara Werrett ran very even-paced races while ahead of them George Howard was outside his target time but still cracked the 2:40 barrier. Men 1 K Bekele (Ethiopia) 2:03.03 (chip time 2:03.03) 275 George Howard 2:39.50 (2:39.40) 2035 Nick Twomey 3:07.06 (3:06.11) Women 1 A Kebede (Ethiopia) 2:20.45 (chip time 2:20.45) 351 Lara Werrett 3:29.14 (3:23.40) WINDSOR HALF MARATHON Sunday 25th September Mick Lane was the leading M55. 1 K Kyreme (Shaft B) 1:07.06 (chip time 1:07.06) 10 L Partridge (AFD) 1:17.49 (1:17.49 - 1st woman) 67 Mick Lane 1:27.19 (1:27.16) 75 Dan Little 1:27.51 (1:27.35) 559 Anna Scally 1:43.51 (1:42.31) ROYAL BOROUGH OF KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES HALF MARATHON Sunday 25th September Suzy Whatmough finished 6th in a PB time in the women's race, and Fiona Hopwood was 2nd W55. 1 D Gaffney (SLH) 1:13.30 (chip time 1:13.30) 10 Paul Nicoll 1:21.05 (1:21.03) 30 C Bond (Strags) 1:27.27 (1:27.26 - 1st woman) 41 Toby Cooper 1:29.33 (1:29.31) 46 Suzy Whatmough 1:30.39 (1:30.36) 213 Fiona Hopwood 1:46.44 (1:46.26) 314 Rebecca Northmore 1:53.35 (1:53.17) 619 Katrina Roche 2:26.43 (2:25.54) GREAT BRISTOL HALF MARATHON Sunday 25th September 1 J Connor (Kent) 1:07.54 21 Carl Selya-Hammer 1:16.03 parkrun results... ...showing all PBs, all performances with an age-graded percentage of 65% and above, and all junior results. For this week's full Ranelagh results follow this link:. From this screen you can also access the previous week's Ranelagh results. parkruns 5km Saturday 17th September Bushy Park James Whistler 18.54 (68.25%), Simon Rothwell 21.58 (74.28%), Simon Collingridge 22.19 (71.25%), Rachel Revett 23.01 (66.04%), Kevin Jacques 23.48 (66.29%) Richmond Park Megan de Silva 18.38 (79.79%), Tom Bradley 18.39 (72.39% and jnr), Jess Harbert 21.26 (70.53% and jnr), Cecily Day 22.39 (66.74% and jnr), John Hobson 22.51 (65.06%), Daniel Rushby 22.51 (69.07%), Ellie Luxmoore 23.24 (jnr), Anna Reichwald 25.00 (71.47%), Carol Aikin 25.26 (67.56%), James Rushby 26.07 (jnr), Sam Rushby 26.55 (jnr), Ben Rushby 29.40 (66.63% and jnr and PB) Crane Park Kabir Sait 21.23 (69.52% and jnr), Heather Martingell 24.13 (70.06%), Claire Warner 24.25 (PB), Tom Kearey 25.04 (jnr) Wycombe Rye Nick Fordham 22.17 (jnr) Old Deer Park Eirin McDaid 16.28 (78.44%), Trevor Maguire 18.33 (80.14%), Paula Maguire 26.17 (64.55%), Wyn Williams 26.24 (64.14%) Kingston Alison Dicks 24.55 (PB), Jackie Dunkley 29.42 (64.42%) Southsea Alan Davidson 26.08 (66.71%) Fulham Palace Jonathan Smith 17.10 (75.53%), Ted Mockett 17.35 (76.49%), Dave Lawley 17.50 (73.93%), Mark Herbert 18.00 (72.87%) Osterley Park Michael Osborne 23.19 (64.83%), Phil Jackson 24.57 (67.87%) Banstead Woods Simon Hedger 22.08 (70.03%), Christopher Parsons 23.33 (73.25%) Beckton Paul Sinton-Hewitt 22.37 (68.53%) Crosby Clare Fowler 22.19 (67.44%), Jo Sinton-Hewitt 25.45 (66.73%) Bairnsdale (Australia) Dave Locke 25.22 (74.70%) parkruns 5km Saturday 24th September Bushy Park David Ready 18.15 (70.68%), Andrew Forth 19.21 (75.62%), Michelle Beaumont 21.39 (68.82%), Simon Rothwell 22.11 (73.55%), Jackie Dunkley 29.45 (65.21%) Wimbledon Common Megan de Silva 18.22 (80.94% and PB), Marie Synnott-Wells 20.15 (84.86%), Laura Wells 29.20 Richmond Park Megan de Silva 18.38 (79.79%), Peter Weir 22.19 (65.06%), Steve Aikin 22.51 (65.06%), Daniel Rushby 23.22 (67.55% and jnr), Elisa Ferrua 23.24 (64.32%), Lloyd Camp 23.25 (64.56%), Anna Reichwald 24.38 (72.53%), Ellie Luxmoore 25.14 (jnr), Tom Bradley 25.15 (jnr), Sam Rushby 25.29 (66.78% and jnr), Ben Rushby 30.20 (65.16% and jnr), James Rushby 30.21 (jnr) Reading Nick Wright 18.01 (75.76%) Old Deer Park Bruce McLaren 20.00 (73.17%), Simon Burrell 20.13 (74.11%), Paula Maguire 26.02 (65.17%), Kingston Ted Mockett 17.48 (75.56%), Dave Lawley 17.55 (73.58% and PB), Peter Faull 18.29 (70.60%), Bill Neely 20.12 (77.39%), Chris Cato 21.44 (PB) Gunnersbury Park Jonathan Smith 17.14 (75.24% and PB), Lydia Louw 19.47 (84.08% and jnr) Dulwich Park Alan Davidson 25.43 (67.79%) Crane Park Eirin McDaid 16.46 (77.04%), Mark Herbert 18.01 (72.80%), Lee Davies 21.29 (63.54%), Paul Wapshott 22.34 (64.84%), Kevin Jacques 23.50 (66.15%), Ann Kearey 24.47 (66.04%) Osterley Park Michael Osborne 23.03 (65.58%) Milano Nord (Italy) Peter Fordham 26.05 (63.71%) FINALLY... 1988 London Marathon highlights: Ranelagh's Mike Riley leads the first four miles for a bet! Hugh Jones goes on to finish 4th in 2:11.08. There were 30 Ranelagh finishers, including (of course) ever-present Mike Peace who ran 2:47: Video:.