An excellent turnout from Claremont on a nice night for a run along the coast, including some of the newer members and a couple returning from injury. It was especially pleasing to see Duncan Scott not only back from injury, but immediately running a sub-40 minute 10K. Well done to Paul Robinson for a 10K PB and to Jonathan Gilroy for his top ten finish and another good time, just a few seconds off the PB he set recently. One final point – Ben must be lying about his age!
|17||00:38:07||ROBINSON, Paul||M||10K PB|
|19||00:38:29||SCOTT, Duncan||M / 40|
|30||00:39:39||SMITH, Jeremy||M / 45|
|46||00:40:56||KINGSTON, Matthew||M / 40|
|53||00:41:19||TINSLEY, Tom||M / 55|
|71||00:42:51||MACFADYEN, Gordon||M / 50|
|107||00:45:22||ELLMAN, Jeremy||M / 55|
|109||00:45:28||DEVINNE, David||M / 40|
|124||00:45:57||SAUNDERS, David||M / 50|
|139||00:47:15||HULL, Ben||M / 70|
|145||00:47:35||JENSEN, Nina||F / 40|
|166||00:49:05||MILBOURNE, Bill||M / 65|
|195||00:51:51||DUMPLETON, Julie||F / 45|
|202||00:52:26||KEAR, David||M / 65|
|203||00:52:36||MCCORMICK, Kenny||M / 60|
Looking at the runners who are signed up to take part in the Grand Prix series of races over the next few months:
In the mens top 10 we have Jonathan, Paul R and Duncan, 4th, 8th and 9th respectively. While Bill’s team “Wills Wonders” and Kenny’s team “The Also Rans” are 2nd and 7th out of 25 teams.
A good start with the 2nd race to come in early October.