Race Results 29/09/19

30 September 2019 - By James Blackshaw

XC Relays

From Brigid W – “We had 21 runners out at Writtle yesterday and, for the first time this week, the rain held off and the sun came out. It was great to have some of our newer members taking part in the Essex Champs for the first time. Everybody seemed to enjoy the course the great team camaraderie.”

 

23rd out of 57 teams
Heydon Mizon 00:17:26 00:17:26
Leo Cole 00:19:25 00:36:51
Scott Darney 00:17:58 00:54:49
Giles Sowerby 00:18:40 01:13:29
39th out of 57 teams
Mark Austin 00:20:17 00:20:17
Alex Stuckey 00:21:29 00:41:46
Tom Ashley 00:21:18 01:03:04
Bijay Lama 00:19:41 01:22:45
13th out of 19 teams
Ruth Mizon 00:25:27 00:25:27
Tony Wallen 00:21:19 00:46:46
Brigid Wallen 00:23:09 01:09:55
David Jobling 00:23:11 01:33:06
6th out of 47 teams
Hayley Ellen 00:19:27 00:19:27
Octavia Singleton 00:21:46 00:41:13
Liz Stuckey 00:21:29 01:02:42
34th out of 47 teams
Karen Flowers 00:28:10 00:28:10
Sasha Rush 00:31:37 00:59:47
Anita Granger 00:24:05 01:23:52
39th out of 47 teams
Dawn Shilling 00:27:24 00:27:24
Natalie Lilley 00:30:34 00:57:58
Julia Bacon 00:27:40 01:25:38

 

Maldon Half Marathon

Much silverware was had by our girls and guys in black & gold, with the teams bringing home three 1st places!

  • 1st Overall Team: Stephen Sawyer, Damien Walsh, Andrew Smith & Lydia Bazzard
  • 1st Male Team: Stephen Sawyer, Damien Walsh, Andrew Smith, Rich Green
  • 1st Female Team: Lydia Bazzard, Maxine Leech, Nicola Dallinger, Jodee Mayer

Full WRC Results:

8 Stephen Sawyer 01:27:12
13 Damien Walsh 01:29:46
14 Andrew Smith 01:29:48
45 Lydia Bazzard 01:45:48
54 Rich Green 01:47:18
124 Maxine Leech 02:03:13
128 Ross Silverton 02:03:54
147 James Attenborough 02:06:11
152 Lisa Leader 02:07:51
153 Kevin Slattery 02:07:57
189 Nicola Dallinger 02:17:59
231 Jodee Mayer 02:33:52


Chelmsford and Blackwater Trail Marathon

Alex Field was at this run hosted by Company of Runners, and completed the apparently very muddy course in 4:33:53.

 

Well done everyone, please let me know if I’ve missed your race or result.

 

Thought for the week: “To the world, you are just one person. But to one person, you may just be the world.”

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