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2017 June 10km handicap results

  • 41 starters
  • 11 bettered handicap
  • 5 course pbs
  • 5 ran their best time in the 2016-17 series (since Sept'16 incl)
  • and now, only 4 members have run all handicaps (9) in this 10k series, and all up 93 have started.

 

The first to cross the mats this go was Alan Whitmore running his best time on this course, a 1m 57m improvement on his previous best time achieved in October’16. Great run Alan, unfortunately smashing your handicap time big time (by 2m31s) and bettering your recent series of 49s with a 46:59 this go.  Unfortunately far too good, bettering the 2 minute tolerance allowed to go under handicap and ineligible for the trophy.

Next to cross was Ricardo Tognini, having another crack at qualifying in the 10k after several months since his last go, and improving this series times to 63:20.

 

The next to cross was our Trophy winnerJack Wedgwood, running his personal best of 44:24, improving by 46s on his previous best last August. Congratulations Jack. Super great result. Well done. As you should, you were still giving it your all right to the mat.

Coming in 7 seconds behind, and officially 2nd was Mark Wedgwood (3rd last month), running a 1:27 pb on last month’s time to finish in 47:14. Great effort Mark.

Jack gave his dad Mark a start of 2m45s and caught him in the loop to home, and raced to the finish hard to make sure of bettering dad.

Right now the Wedgwoods hold both handicap trophies, with Lisa winning the 3.5k last month, and Jack the 10k this month.

 

Coming in 3rd was Steve Pappas running his best time this series (since August’16) of 39:48, and in fact, his best time since his pb (39:31) ran in December’15.

Steve passed Peter Watson in his last strides to the mat, bettering Peter by 1 second. Pete ran his best time since his pb last August.

 

Not far away was Paul Webb, another with his best time this series, in 41:46, just ahead of Walter Brzica having his second run (and pb of 45:34), from Eamon McCann and his 5sec pb of 46:12, from Lisa Bennett with her pb time of 44:37. To top off our runners under handicap, was Kerrie Persen with her best time, 50:18 in over 6 months.

 

There are 6 reports attached:

·        the “Across the Line” report – corrected

·        the “Run Time” report - updated

·        the watch/chip times with a history of runs for recent months

·        the progressive handicap point-score - the aggregated best 10 run scores across the 12 months will determine the point-score champion – the 3 lowest monthly scores have been deducted from the scores total to date.

  • the progressive Fastest Male point-score

·        the progressive Fastest Female point-score

 

Fastest on the day:

Male:  Darren Alchin 39:11,  Steve Pappas 39:48  &  Paul Webb 41:46

Female:  Lilian Molesworth 43:39,  Lisa Bennett 44:37,  &  Kerri Persen 50:18.

 

Progressive Point-score competitions:

Handicap: We are 10 runs into the series, and 2 runs to go. The competition is closer than ever and expected to remain so right to the finish line. At this time the top points are held by:  Steve Pappas 1349, Lisa Bennett 1347, Paul Webb 1346 and Lilian Molesworth 1339.  The full point-score is attached.

 

Fastest MaleSteve Pappas 65, Darren Alchin 64 and Paul Webb 58. Close eh!

 

Fastest FemaleLilian Molesworth 70,  Lisa Bennett 65, and  Kerrie Persen 53.  

 

 

 

Winner of the random draw was #1 Alan Whitmore, choosing a bottle of red wine, and the lucky ticket: Cheryl Penny, opting for he chocolates. Winner of the lucky ticket draw after the 3.5k, Mark Southwell, collected a bottle of red; and we drew the random draw for the recent 5@theLake, and the winner was Leidy Castro, who was m.i.a on Saturday, so we will catch up.

 

Thank you to everyone for participating. Great efforts everyone, and like always, some great running.

 

Thank you to our members who helped set-up and take down all the gear for the run, and again to Rob Ellison and Nathan Mudie with conducting the handicap, and Davo for marking out the course.

 

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Patrick V,
Jun 18, 2017, 3:05 AM
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