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2013 November 10km handicap results

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This run gave us our biggest handicap representation since last April, our last run on the old course.

Lianne Christall found her fastest legs since joining the 10k. Her previous 3 runs were in the 57s and this go delivered a big pb with 54:16. Lianne was tooo fast and broke by greater than the two minute tolerance.

Peter Allen crossed the line second and handed in another super run. In recent years Peter has not been moving that quick, but with a changed mindset – and set goals – Peter resumed the handicap 4 runs ago, and has handed in results of 57+, high 54s, mid 52s and this time in the 50s with a 50:40. With improvements like this, Peter has unfortunately broken the threshold 3 runs in succession. He currently leads the pointscore. Keep it going Pete.

Next home with her second qualifying run was Tracey Lee. Tracey joined the 10k this series graduating from the 3.4k Tracey ran 51:57, a 2m19s pb, and our third to break.

Peter Brouwer crossed next. Peter has been out of sorts with his running over the past 12 months. Prior to that he was consistently running 43s, and in more recent times 46s. This go he ran a 44:33, obviously his best in a long time and good enough to flash past Zenita in that last step at the line to be our trophy winner by 8/10ths of a second.

Zenita Acaba was officially 2nd with her all time pb by 51 secs, her time was 60:37.

And 3rd was Grant Moroney in the time of 48:37, 3 secs behind. Grant rejoined the handicap 3 years ago, and until last month his best result was 49:12 nine months ago. Last month 48:39. This go, 47:07. Great result Grant

Our fastest was Kyle MacDonald in the 34:14 from Tim Molesworth 35:15. In the ladies Lilian Molesworth ran 43:40 from Lisa Bennett’s 44:27.


The last two runs with 57 and 59 runners respectively was a significant increase to the low 40s we had on previous months on this revised course. And it has become very obvious that there is heavy congestion heading into the last turnaround. We had two of our competitors come off the relatively narrow bridge and falling into the ditch. Exact details are not known, but congestion has been suggested. Our wounded warriors, Chris Moynham and Brett Jonathan both completed the course, both bloodied. We admire your true Westies spirit. You just do it!

Please be careful out there, and be mindful of fellow runners. We all want to do our best but please, be careful. The trafficking is a consideration with our course re-think.
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Patrick V,
Dec 15, 2013, 2:56 AM
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Patrick V,
Dec 15, 2013, 2:56 AM
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Patrick V,
Dec 15, 2013, 2:56 AM