Apr 112012
 

Report by Lorna Pearson:

A good turn out from Claremont with 4 teams: a senior mens, a veteran mens, a ladies and a mix of senior/vet men [which due to injury was 1 short at the last minute].
It was nice to see new faces on the team;  Saiful on his team debut and Sionna running relays for the first time [again with a smile on her face for the whole time, she does this for cross country races as well].  Plus welcome back Graham, after a layup from injury.
Congratulations to the organisers for ensuring this event went  ahead despite the course having to be re-jigged a few weeks before the event.  Normally the event is a just over 2 mile loop but a pylon had suffered a fire  [or exploded according to some stories on the day] and part of the course was in-accessible.  Which meant it was two ‘there and back’ routes, to make up the distance; so not only were you being passed/passing people, you were running towards people as well.
However despite all the changes, the event went smoothly; well almost as some people  [not us] decided to stop before the change over point – a bit confusing as either side of the central reservation of the road.
The weather was warm and the rain held off; producing some very good performances by the team, surprising even themselves.
Well done everyone.
Womens Results
Pos Team Name 1st Leg Time 2nd Leg Time 3rd Leg Time Total
23 Claremont RR “A” Tracy Etherington 14.35 Sionna McCutcheon 17:51 Lorna Pearson 23.5 56.16
Senior Mens Results
Pos Team Name 1st Leg Time 2nd Leg Time 3rd Leg Time 4th Leg Time Total
17 Claremont RR “A” Chris Gillis 12.12 Jamie Martin 12.35 Roberto Marzo 13.11 Duncan Scott 12.22 50.20
Incomplete Claremont RR “B” Saiful Sazalli 13.59 Dave Kear 16.30 Paul Scrafton 16.25
Veteran Mens Results
Pos Team Name 1st Leg Time 2nd Leg Time 3rd Leg Time 4th Leg Time Total
12 Claremont RR Jeremy Smith 12.54 Matthew Kingston 13.02 Graham Leslie 15.17 Dave Saunders 14.27 55.40

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 April 11, 2012  Posted by at 9:04 pm Club News, Race Reports, Results

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