Newsdesk 2017

 RANELAGH HARRIERS E-NEWS # 495               24th February 2017
 Editor: Steve Rowland
 mailto: sandsrowland@btinternet.com  

 *  Megan de Silva leads our women's Surrey League team to 8th in the final
     race, overall 7th
 *  Ralph Street leads our men's Surrey League team to 3rd in the final race,
     overall 3rd
 *  Ranelagh wins the Pelling Ratcliff Cup mob match against Blackheath and
 *  Eirin McDaid leads our mob and wins the FB Thompson medal
 *  Seiko Angelo wins the Harry Sheer Trophy for the first over 50
 *  Nic Jackson wins the Wadsworth Trog
 *  Megan de Silva finishes 2nd in the Bramley 10   
 *  Good luck to those running in the National Cross-Country Champs at
     Nottingham tomorrow
 *  Ellis Cup (men) and Dysart Cup (women) inter-clubs on Saturday 4th March,
     plus club junior championships
 *  Trophy holders please return them to Heather asap
 *  Book your place at the Baker Cup Supper and presentations evening on
     Saturday 1st April

 Our Trophies Steward Heather Martingell would like to collect up all the
 club trophies well in advance of our Prize Presentation evening on April
 1st. This is to allow time not only to get them all engraved with the names
 of their new owners, but this year we also want to have them re-valued. If
 you are a trophy holder please contact Heather  hmartingell@gmail.com 
 regarding returning it. Items can be left in the safe at the clubhouse
 but please let Heather know if you do this.  

 If you have won a trophy during the past year, it will be presented to you
 at our Baker Cup Supper and presentations evening on Saturday 1st April.
 Please try to attend if you can. See below for details.  

 Our own junior championships will take place on Saturday 4th March in
 Richmond Park, open to all under 20s. The Lotinga Cup will go to the overall
 winner and the Camilla Cup will go to the first female. They will be
 incorporated with the inter-club races for the Ellis and Dysart Cups and
 start time is 3pm. Juniors (under 20s) will start with the senior race, but
 will run only one lap of 2.75 miles. The seniors will go on for a second
 lap. All welcome, register on the day. The junior race will include a sealed
 handicap competition.  

 ELLIS CUP and DYSART CUP inter-club races  Saturday March 4th in Richmond
 The Ellis Cup is a men's team race and the Dysart Cup is a women's. Both run
 together over our men's two-lap league course of 5.5 miles in the Park.
 Start time is 3pm and all are welcome, register on the day. As noted above,
 juniors will start with this race but run only one lap. Marshal's needed,
 contact Andy Bickerstaff andy.bickerstaff@goodrunguide.co.uk  if
 you can help. 

 Our Presentations evening will take place after the Baker Cup 3 miles
 handicap on Saturday 1st April, starting at 7pm.
 The venue as usual will be upstairs at the Roebuck pub, 130 Richmond Hill
 TW10 6RN (tel 0208 948 2329). Price is £25 per person, to include welcome
 drink, free beer (while stocks last) and buffet dinner. 
 We can accommodate a maximum of 60 people, so please reserve your place
 early. Your glass of bubbly awaits you!
 Please contact Michele Gibson, Email:- micheleagibson@hotmail.com, Mobile:-
 07703 518 956
 Cheques payable to Ranelagh Harriers and posted / handed to Ms Michele
 Gibson, c/o Baker Cup Supper, 79 Thames Side, Staines upon Thames,
 MiddexTW18 2HF or leave in the clubhouse safe with the name Michele Gibson
 on the envelope. Cash payable to Michele Gibson at the Club on Tuesday and
 Wednesday nights.BACS Payments - Ranelagh Harriers Sort Code 401310 Account
 12154501 REF- Baker Cup & YOUR NAME.

 RANELAGH CUP SCHOOLS RACE  Saturday March 11th  Our annual schools race is
 one lap of our mob match course. Our chief official Andy Bickerstaff will be
 away on holiday but we have a replacement to flag the course in the person
 of Louise Piears. However, we do need plenty of marshals to ensure that the
 schoolboys and girls stay on course. Please contact Andy
 andy.bickerstaff@goodrunguide.co.uk  if you can help.

 FINCHLEY 20 miles ROAD RACE  Sunday March 12th at Ruislip
 This race incorporates the club 20 miles championship for the Spendlove Cup.
 9am start in Ruislip despite the race's misleading name! Details:. 

 THAMES TOWPATH 10 miles  Sunday 9th April at Chiswick. 8.30am start.
 This ever-popular race will be the opening fixture in our 2017 Road Grand
 Prix. Over 500 entries have already been received, including 19 from
 Ranelagh. Details:.   

 Lizzy Roberts, Sports Development Officer for Richmond Council writes:
 "Each year the Virgin Money Giving Mini London Marathon takes place on the
 same day as the London Marathon. The event offers young people, aged 11 to
 17 years, the opportunity to run the last three miles of the London Marathon
 course representing their London Borough or local region. The 2017 event is
 on Sunday 23 April and you can apply to be part of our team. Please find
 below the details of the 2017 Mini Marathon trial for London Borough of
 Richmond. You need to live or go to school in the London Borough of Richmond
 to be eligible to trial and compete to represent the borough.
 1. Register to complete a parkrun at www.parkrun.org.uk/register  no later than
 the Friday before you want to run at 6pm (no need to do this if you are already registered). 
 2. Complete a 5K parkrun event in the borough between 31 December 2016
 and 25 February 2017. (We advise parents/carers to remain onsite during the
 race and please do not forget to bring your barcode with you)
 3. Complete the Richmond Mini Marathon online form at
 www.richmond.gov.uk/minimarathon by Sunday 26 February 2017, late entries
 will not be accepted.
 4. The Sports Development Team will select the six fastest male and six
 female athletes in each category to represent Richmond on Sunday 23 April
 2016. We will contact qualifying athletes by e-mail during the week of 27
 February 2017.
 Please note: There are four parkruns in the borough, Bushy Park, Crane Park,
 Old Deer Park and Richmond Park. Events take place every Saturday at 9am.
 You may complete any of these runs. To view details on all parkrun runs
 please visit the parkrun www.parkrun.org.uk/ website. When taking
 part in a parkrun event you must adhere to their terms and conditions. 
 Race categories for the Virgin Money Giving Mini London Marathon are:
 * Under 13 - Boys and Girls (Must be aged 11 on 23 April 2017)
 Born between 1 September 2003 - 23 April 2006
 * Under 15 - Boys and Girls
 Born between 1 September 2001 - 31 August 2003 
 * Under 17 - Boys and Girls 
 Born between 1 September 1999 - 31 August 2001 
 If you have any questions then please contact me on
 lizzy.roberts@richmond.gov.uk or 020 8831 6134."
 The criteria for Kingston are fundamentally the same as for Richmond, except
 that you have until 27th March to register your parkrun time at here:. You must live 
 or go to school in Kingston borough and you can set a time in the parkruns
 at Kingston, Richmond Park, Wimbledon Common, Bushy Park or Old Deer Park.
 For other boroughs, see here:. 

 GREEN BELT RELAY 2017  20th/21st May
 We now have three full teams of eleven runners, but there are always one or
 two drop-outs before the race weekend, so if you'd like to be added to the
 list of reserves please contact Leeanne Bryce (liane22@gmail.com) or
 Ashleigh Ferris (ashleighferris@hotmail.com). Details of the race can be
 found on www.greenbeltrelay.org.uk/ .
 ...to Philippa and Rob Kitchen on the arrival of Jennifer Lucy on Friday
 10th February.

 ...also to Carl Selya-Hammer who has become a British citizen. 

 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:.

 Follow Ranelagh on Facebook. 

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

 Saturday 25th February        National Cross-Country Championships at

 Saturday 4th March              Dysart Cup and Ellis Cup 5.5 miles men's and
 women's inter-club races in Richmond Park, including club junior champs over
 2.75 miles. 3pm start, register on the day

 Saturday 11th March            Ranelagh Cup Schools race 4 miles in Richmond
 Park. 3pm start

 Sunday 12th March              Finchley 20 miles road race at Ruislip, incl
 Spendlove Cup club 20 miles championship

 Saturday 18th March            Clutton Cup 10 miles handicap in Richmond
 Park. 2pm start. Register on the day.

 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

 SURREY LADIES LEAGUE DIVISION 1 Saturday 11th February at Coulsdon
 The course kept away from the windswept Farthing Downs this year, but even
 down in Happy Valley it was bitterly cold with swirling snow flurries. This
 was the final League race of the 2016/17 season and we looked to consolidate
 our position mid-table in Division 1. Previous results had been a little
 topsy-turvy with an 11th in the opening race followed by two excellent 2nd
 places. We finished 8th today, moving up to 7th overall but only just over
 one hundred points behind 3rd place. 
 The always consistent Megan de Silva led our team in a solid 11th place with
 Jo Billings chasing hard in 17th. Suzy Whatmough was another half minute
 back in 25th place and then it was Julia Bailey and Marie Synnott-Wells in
 the 60s to close in the scoring team of five. Becky Northmore was right on
 Marie's heels, leading in our B team to 4th place today and 6th overall in
 the B teams contest. Junior Jess Harbert, Becky Curtis-Hall, another junior
 Cecily Day and Tamsin Burland made up the rest of the Bs, backed up by
 Claire Warner, Jess's mum Karen, Cecily's mum Clare and Jackie Dunkley.  
 2XU SURREY LEAGUE DIVISION 1  Saturday 11th February on Wimbledon Common
 Phil Killingley reports:
 "Well that was quite some race!  On Saturday morning, if you'd told me that
 we'd get 1st (Ralph Street) and 2nd place (Ben Anderson), I'd have been
 dancing about celebrating a second placed team in the league.  

 But Hercules Wimbledon, starting 29 points behind us in fourth, turned up
 and wiped the floor with everyone, closing their ten in 35, and scoring 215
 points.  First and second placed teams after three events - Kent and SLH -
 finished fifth and sixth this match - Kent were far enough ahead to keep the
 title but SLH dropped to a distant fourth. Thames pulled one out of the bag
 to grab second in 245 points, showing that talk of them being a spent force
 is premature, pushing Herne Hill down to sixth overall. With a resurgent
 Belgrave returning next year to Division One, things will be interesting
 indeed at the top. Clapham look shaky - although they survive, their total
 this year was 110pts worse than Ranelagh's in 2004/05 when we went down. 

 Ralph Street's return from Oslo, where he has reportedly been on a diet of
 threshold running and few intervals, was dramatic - an "easy" win for him.
 Ben Anderson continued his meteoric rise to storm into second. Out of twelve
 podium positions available this season across the four races, Ranelagh have
 taken an astonishing five. Jon Pepper has a first and two thirds to his
 name, though was out through illness today and so misses out having looked a
 dead cert for the individual Surrey League title. Peter Haarer moved from
 fourth in the V40s to bronze, only a couple of places off silver. 

 Jackson Creegan had his best ever SL finish in 13th, before a close knit
 trio of Richard Gregory, Carl Assmundson and Eirin McDaid snuck inside the
 top 30. Captain Killingley was harried by Haarer in 42nd and 50th, with
 Jordan Mungovan and James Winch running excellently to close the scoring. 

 Lots more blue vests poured in the next 45 seconds - any of them could have
 anchored us on a less star-studded occasion- Steve Whitehead, Al Whatmough,
 Sam Dalgleish and Nick Twomey with his best ever away XC result. There were
 strong runs too from those further down the field. 

 Off to the Fox and Grapes to celebrate a great season we went. We later
 found out we'd held onto third position in the league, equalling our best
 ever from the 1980s. Congratulations to all our runners and support team
 throughout the season on this splendid achievement - thank you all for the
 hard work and fun!!!"

 Tom Armstrong and Finlay Sinclair represented us ably in the Under 13s race
 in 7th and 31st positions.

 February at Hayes
 Phil Killingley reports:
 "A warm front swept in over the weekend and Ranelagh were wondering whether
 it would sweep out our unbeaten record of 14 straight mob wins. Blackheath
 had fielded 60 in their last home fixture against us and we were thin on the
 I arrived at the clubhouse to find a minibus from Hounslow Community
 Transport already there, carrying 11 of our quickest and best under the
 superb 'carpool is cool' stewardship of Dave Lawley. Blackheath had the edge
 as their numbers crept up above 30, but more Ranelagh appeared out of the
 woodwork. And with 5min to spare before the start, an eye-bagged Carl
 Selya-Hammer who had raced 5 miles yesterday, partied till 3am, then run
 16.5 miles on the way to the race, pitched up to nearly level the teams at
 32 (us) - 33 (them). Carl proceeded to finish 14th.  He even remembered to
 hand me the Surrey League Anchorman Trophy to pass on to James Winch. What a
 Chants complete (Blackheath's is probably the best mob chant after the
 Hobble Gobble; neither Thames or SLH seem to have one and Orion's runners
 are too busy trying to remember the words of theirs to really give it the
 welly that a chant needs), we raced off for a lap of the starting field
 before disappearing into the countryside.  Having run this twice before I
 shouldn't have been surprised by the steepness of the hills or the number of
 stiles, but I was. Memory blocks out painful things. 

 David Wright, Mike Peace and Clive Naish, 3 of our top 4 mobsters in
 attendance terms, had no excuse, having raced here countless times before,
 and raised their tallies further.  David turned 60 two days ago and now has
 168 mobs to his name (check out how many you've done here: ).  Inspired
 by these exemplars of mobdom, Ranelagh had a great race and recorded 13 of
 the top 14, peppering the field with more blue and amber after that.  It was
 an easy win in the end: B&B 1092 - RAN 738.  

 Highlights included:
 - Eirin McDaid winning the FB Thompson medal for his superb individual win
 in 47:47 
 - Nick Impey snatching 3rd on his birthday
 - Ryan Hogan - a boxing trainer, Eirin's protégé - been running one year and
 doing his first ever race in trainers to finish 4th
 - Seiko Angelo made hay whilst Peter Haarer is still the right side of 50,
 winning the V50 Harry Sheer trophy.
 - Paul Doyle's downhill kamikaze runs
 - Stephen Logue's sprint finish (to stay ahead of the closing Heathen)
 - Llew Davies' successful return to xc racing after the Surrey Road Relays
 in September - superb effort.

 So it's fifteen in a row, and a third straight season unbeaten.  Well done
 mobsters and supporters all of you - what a fantastic achievement!

 Photos here: (some of
 us need to work on our stile clearance technique and I include myself in

 WADSWORTH TROG  Saturday 4th February at Hebden Bridge
 A 19 miles fell race featuring 3,650 feet of climbing is just Nic Jackson's
 cup of tea. Running in Preston colours she finished an outstanding 11th
 overall, just 14 minutes behind the winner and over half an hour ahead of
 the second woman! The race literature has an interesting note for those
 planning to recce the route before race day: "If you are doing any running
 over the route please be aware that there are shoots on a Saturday and it
 would be advisable if you could run the route on a Sunday. Many Thanks."

 1   R Jebb (Bingley          2:37.26
 11  Nic Jackson              2:51.26  (1st woman)               

 WATFORD HALF MARATHON  Sunday 5th February
 1   J Cornish (Herc W)       1:08.43  (chip time 1:08.40)
 130 Dan Little               1:27.21  (1:27.15)
 332 Bruce McLaren            1:36.15  (1:36.02)
 451 Phil Roberts             1:39.30  (1:39.07)
 504 Lee Davies               1:41.33  (1:40.50)   

 WOKINGHAM HALF MARATHON  Sunday 12th February
 Ted Mockett reports:
 "Really enjoyable run at Wokingham half this morning in 77:23. Rather chilly
 but a 70s PB. And a bag of wine gums in the goody bag!!"
 There was also an impressive debut in Ranelagh colours for Ria Woodfield.

 1   T Spencer (unatt)        65.48  (chip time 65.48)
 45  Carl Selya-Hammer        76.01  (75.59)
 55  Ted Mockett              77.26  (77.23)
 56  Nick Twomey              77.32  (77.29) 
 66  J Harvey (AFD)           78.10  (78.04 - 1st woman)
 325 Ria Woodfield            90.54  (89.46)
 598 Lee Davies              100.15  (98.18) 
 VALENTINES 10km  Sunday 12th February at Chessington
 1   S Overall (B&B)          30.39  (chip time 30.39)
 7   S Cowper (Rotherham)     35.41  (35.41 - 1st woman)
 61  Gary Lee                 43.29  (43.19)
 70  Daniel Chiechi           44.35  (44.30)
 105 Rachel Revett            47.05  (46.51)
 143 Kevin Kearey             49.45  (49.16)
 144 Ann Kearey               49.45  (49.16)  
 381 Alan Meaden              68.13  (67.27)

 WORTHING HALF MARATHON  Sunday 12th February
 1    P Martelletti (VPH)     1:07.44  (chip time 1:07.44)
 19   H Buller (Worth)        1:20.48  (1:20.47 - 1st woman)
 400  Heather Martingell      1:42.55  (1:42.22)
 852  Ally Pickard            1:57.33  (1:56.14)
 868  Jo Sinton-Hewitt        1:57.49  (1:56.30)
 1385 Deborah Blakemore       2:19.27  (1:17.30)     

 Trevor Maguire reports:
 "Whilst stuck in injury limbo recently I was seeking something new to look
 forward to when injury(s) cleared up.  As a veteran runner I noticed that
 there are a few indoor track meets for masters (as veterans are now called).
 So I signed up for a couple of races in a Eastern/Southern/London Masters
 (EVAC/SVAC/VAC) meeting in the Lee Valley indoor stadium as a way to ease
 myself back into fitness.  It was an interesting experience but not as
 genteel as I'd hoped.

 My expectations weren't that high as I'm not really training properly yet 
 and I favour longer/tougher races.  But I've had a few sessions on a
 Thursday night at the club night at Osterley track (room for more if anyone
 wants to come along) and in the past I've done a few low key outdoor track
 races (including some county-level masters).  Generally the standard is
 competitive but there is a range of ability on show and I've been in the
 mix; so I'm not a total novice at racing shorter distances.  As I
 discovered, racing indoors is a little different.  There were a lot of old
 but serious sprinters, runners and throwers; with no zimmer-frame park in
 sight.  Added to this was the fact that there were not that many runners in
 each race (there are only 6 lanes on the 200m track so spaces are limited)
 i.e. no hiding place.  I ran a bit better than expected but unfortunately I
 finished last in both the 800m and 1500m (even though both were close to my
 old-boy PBs).  I did enjoy it and running indoors has a few novelties.  It
 is really nice to have a multi-lane 100m warm up area, with both this area
 and the track being nice and warm with no wind!  Most interesting though is
 the need to navigate a banked track on the bends.  This is fine on the first
 few laps, but when you get a bit tired, it is a bit tricky to keep from
 drifting off the track into the infield.  Still the camaraderie is strong,
 with lots of chat about splits and pacing afterwards; and some of those
 ahead of me in my age group were more disappointed than me as they were over
 1 min outside of their PB (3:43 at their peak for 1500m!).

 So all in all an interesting and enjoyable experience, which I might do
 again when a bit fitter, but not one for the faint hearted."

 SECOND SUNDAY 5 miles  Sunday 12th February on Wimbledon Common
 1   M Jones (TH&H)           30.01
 35  Steve Aikin              41.09

 Fiona Ford was second W45. 

 1    D Kiralyfi (Herc Wimb)  1:12.54  (chip time 1:12.54)
 59   S Walsh (VP&TH)         1:22.32  (1:22.30 - 1st woman)
 305  Fiona Ford              1:31.30  (1:31.03)
 326  James Ritchie           1:32,08  (1:31.46)
 329  Becky Northmore         1:32.13  (1:32.04)
 908  Elisa Ferrua            1:44.27  (1:43.03)
 1595 Fiona Hopwood           1:54.38  (1:51.00)
 1627 Alice Mooney            1:55.01  (1:44.55)
 2708 Colette Doran           2:12.42  (2:08.16) 

 BRAMLEY 20 miles  Sunday 19th February
 1   M Bennett (Soton)        1:48.22  (chip time 1:48.22)
 62  H Wallington (Totton)    2:11.40  (2:11.16)
 130 Duncan Mallison          2:19.16  (2:18.53)
 219 Bruce McLaren            2:28.23  (2:27.37)
 404 Julia Bailey             2:46.10  (2:45.26)

 BRAMLEY 10 miles  Sunday 19th February
 Megan de Silva finished 2nd woman overall, while Heather Martingell was
 third over 50.

 1   J Hay (AFD)              48.55  (chip time 48.55)
 31  L Locks (Hart)           62.21  (62.19 - 1st woman)
 36  Megan de Silva           63.22  (63.22)
 162 Heather Martingell       79.02  (78.14)

 1   J Mohamed (VP&TH)        76.01  (chip time 76.00)
 18  Jonathan Moore           82.56  (82.54)
 25  Ivo Prochazka            85.07  (85.05)   

 HILLINGDON 10km  Sunday 19th February
 1   K Gomez (Camb U)         32.05  (chip time 32.05)
 100 Pete Warren              58.39  (58.27)

 parkrun results...
 For those of you who are not currently shown as Ranelagh in the parkrun
 database, it would be very helpful if you could update your details. You can
 also access Ranelagh results here:.       

 parkruns 5km Saturday 11th February

 Bushy Park
 Matthew O'Donovan (jnr) 20.01, Egis VINCEL 20:27, Kirsty STEEL 22:30, Rachel
 REVETT 24:12, Ian GRANGE 25:18, John HANSCOMB 49:43 

 Richmond Park
 John SHAW 19:44, Bill NEELY 19:56, James RITCHIE 20:02, Steve AIKIN 22:29,
 Daniel RUSHBY (jnr) 22:59, Elisa FERRUA 23:06, Amrut SHARMA 23:16, Tomas
 STERNER 24:26, James RUSHBY (jnr) 25:50, Hadi KHATAMIZADEH 25:52, Ewa SOLTYS
 26:18, Robert HILLHOUSE 26:19, Sam RUSHBY (jnr) 26:43, Phil RUSHBY 26:43,
 Andrew BROWN 28:13, Aoife KILPATRICK 29:05, Ben RUSHBY (jnr) 29:43, Maia
 RUSHBY 29:44, Michael SIKORA 30:01, Deepa SHARMA 31:17

 Penny MERRETT 34:24

 Llanelli Coast
 Nick FORDHAM 21:19, Peter FORDHAM 27:04

 Old Deer Park
 It was Jon Smith's turn to be first finisher this week.
 Jonathan SMITH 18:52, Luke MAGUIRE (jnr) 26:34, Lorna SMITH 29:09, Wyn
 WILLIAMS 29:14, Katie WALTON 38:14, Deborah BLAKEMORE 38:16, Allan WHATMOUGH

 Wiebke KORTUM 22:13, Chris CAMACHO 23:32, Verka LAFEUILLE 25:56, Alison
 DICKS 25:57, Tom REAY 40:41

 Chris WRIGHT 27:09, Mary HICKSON 32:47

 Deirdre INMAN 37:27

 Long Eaton
 Nick Wright was first home.
 Nick WRIGHT 17:21

 Wormwood Scrubs
 Nick Impey led home for the second week in succession.
 Nick IMPEY 19:00

 Crane Park
 Michael MORRIS 19:21, Richard GURD 20:24, Daniel CHIECHI 21:23, Colette
 DORAN 28:30, Heather MARTINGELL 28:31, Victoria ORME 30:15, Christine DAVID
 30:38, Tracey SMALL 33:25

 Dalby Forrest
 Phil JACKSON 24:14

 St Anne's
 Michael OSBORNE 36:20

 Matt SOWTON 22:30, Cindy CROUCHER 34:26

 Fulham Palace
 Pete WARREN 27:37

 Alberto ESGUEVILLAS 21:17

 Mike WHITE 27:12 

 Tooting Common
 Simon OGLE 19:56

 Paul HODGES 21:26, Jo SINTON-HEWITT 26:28

 parkruns 5km Saturday 18th February

 Bushy Park
 Steve WHITEHEAD 17:28, Nick WRIGHT 18:41, James WHISTLER 19:44, Euan
 SINCLAIR (jnr) 20:12, Emily COULSON 21:17, Clive NAISH 28:48, Wally GARROD

 Richmond Park
 Tom BRADLEY (jnr) 18:34, Alberto ESGUEVILLAS  21:49, Steve AIKIN 22:15, Jess
 HARBERT (jnr) 22:19, James RITCHIE 22:20, Cecily DAY (jnr) 24:15, John
 HOBSON 24:29, Alastair RITCHIE 24:35, Karl GARVEY 24:46,
 Hadi KHATAMIZADEH 25:20, Ewa SOLTYS 25:37, Karen HARBERT 26:11, Clare DAY
 26:27, Jarryd HILLHOUSE 26:43, Aoife KILPATRICK 26:53, Andrew BROWN 27:08,
 Christine DAVID 32:32, Hilary THOMSON 33:15, Tracey SMALL 33:42, Penny
 MERRETT 34:18, Martin CLARK 38:34, Robert HILLHOUSE 39:11, Beverley ALI
 44:15, Pat HEWLETT 44:18

 Bedfont Lakes
 Becky CURTIS-HALL 20:48, Rob CURTIS 23:28

 Luton Wardown
 Heather MARTINGELL 23:46

 Old Deer Park
 Michael MORRIS 19:18, Colin BRETT 20:17, Julian HOLDEN 28:06, Wyn WILLIAMS
 30:02, Henry MAGUIRE 38:19

 Chris CAMACHO 24:21, Simon TAYLOR 25:22, Verka LAFEUILLE 26:57, Rob KITCHEN
 27:01, Chris CATO 27:52, Fiona PUGH 37:01

 Tomas STERNER 26:45

 Chris WRIGHT 28:28, Mary HICKSON 32:05

 Deirdre INMAN 34:18

 Torbay Velopark
 Wendy FISHER 33:03

 Bath Skyline
 Jonathan Smith was third finisher overall.
 Jonathan SMITH 18:32 

 Cannon Hill, Birmingham
 Janet TURNES 31:54

 Jackie DUNKLEY 29:33

 Ted Mockett was first home.
 Ted MOCKETT 17:07, Ellen VAN KEULEN 25:51

 Crane Park
 Richard GURD 19:51, Kabir SAIT (jnr) 20:52, Becky FLEMING 22:03, Victoria
 ORME 29:55, Afrah SAIT (jnr) 30:26, Colette DORAN 30:27, Rebecca NORTHMORE

 Newent, Forest of Dean
 John ATKINSON 22:15

 Preston Park
 John PRATT 27:08

 Sheffield Castle
 Peter WEIR 21:16, Karen WEIR 23.03

 Osterley Park
 Michael Osborne 27:10

 Longrun Meadow
 Mattt SOWTON 21:33, Katie WALTON 34:33

 Naas (Ireland)

 Reigate Priory
 Mike WHITE 30:22

 Nic Jackson was third woman home.
 Nic JACKSON 19:37

 Bognor Regis
 Ally PICKARD 26:07

 Shanganagh, Ireland
 Alison DICKS 26:02

 Dalby Forest
 Phil JACKSON 25:14

 Fontainebleau, France
 Peter FORDHAM 27:22

 Junior parkruns 2km Sunday 19th February

 Kabir Sait was the first finisher and both he and sister Afrah set PBs.
 Kabir SAIT 7.32, Afrah SAIT 12.18

 What happens to the body during a marathon: Video:.