Results for 16th October 2016

Results for the Amsterdam Marathon & Half-marathon – 16.10.16

The TCS Amsterdam Marathon started at 9.30am with the half-marathon starting at 1.20pm.

The start and finish of the marathon took place in front of the grandstand in the Olympic Stadium built for the 1928 Olympic Games.  The route went through the Vondelpark, the largest public park in Amsterdam; during the marathon the runners crossed the Vondelpark twice.  The course then took the runners through Amsterdam’s city centre and the heart of the Rijksmuseum, the famous passage which connects Amsterdam city centre with the south of Amsterdam. This monumental building contains some of the most world famous works of art by celebrated Dutch masters such as Rembrandt, Van Gogh and Vermeer.

The route of the marathon then followed part of the Olympic route along the Amstel River, past stately mansions and several windmills. This rural part of the course had splendid panoramic views; in the distance the Arena the home stadium of Ajax could be spotted. After reaching the 19km marker the route headed along the other side of the Amstel until 25km when there was a section through the industrial part of Amsterdam, at 35km runners started heading back towards the Vondelpark and Olympic Stadium for the grandstand finish.


Position Time Name
5021 03:46:09 Marie Edmunds
9873 04:34:33 Rachel Brock
10003 04:36:50 Cathy Keay
10200 04:37:47 Cristina Semple
10809 04:48:42 Anne-Marie Paszkiewicz
11011 04:52:48 Anita Sharma
11051 04:57:34 David Goodwin
11349 05:01:50 Kathy James
11958 05:36:41 Marie O’Connor
12144 06:11:50 Tiffannie Slatford

The Mizuno half marathon consisted of one loop, most of which passed through the attractive centre of Amsterdam. The course starts at the Stadionweg and went through Churchilllaan, Rijnstraat and the Utrechtse Bridge over the Amstel River.  Runner then ran through Watergraafsmeer and Zeeburg. The rest of the course was same as that of the full marathon.

Position Time Name
10693 02:13:19 Leon Coppola (aka Mario O’Connor)
10699 02:13:30 Alison Foley
11277 02:16:01 Natalie Deven
DNF Mylene Feeney

Results for the Great Birmingham Run Half-marathon – 16.10.16

21 Massey Runners travelled to Birmingham for The Great Birmingham Run.  The route took runners from the iconic City Centre backdrop south along the Pershore Road towards to Bournville, the home of Cadbury World.  At 5.5 miles the route headed back along the Pershore Road with runners able to cheer on those in front or behind them.  The course then went past the world famous cricketing arena of Edgbaston, around Cannon Hill Park at mile 9, and then back towards Broad Street for the finish line.


Position Time Name
68 01:20:58 Dean Clark
545 01:32:53 Richard Taylor
1629 01:41:55 Marc Skelton
1793 01:43:08 Alan McDougall
1993 01:44:15 Jamie Turner
2513 01:47:03 Nathan Bignall
2516 01:47:04 Darren Chambers
2805 01:48:37 Chris Ramadhar
2853 01:48:51 James Padvis
4441 01:56:16 Paige Zhang-Green
5012 01:58:43 Lorraine Chamberlain
5157 01:59:15 Jan Hall
5839 02:02:24 Guiliano Ellena
5895 02:02:38 John Bennett
6656 02:06:28 Ruth Mahon
7542 02:10:56 Alex Sharp
8390 02:15:52 Stuart Sahan
9797 02:24:47 Rachael Bignall
10097 02:26:59 Kim Davies
10100 02:27:00 Kelvin Elliott
11795 02:45:00 Lauren Hughes
12741 03:09:34 Elaine Robinson


Results for the Manchester Half-marathon – 16.10.16

This brand new race started on White City Way with the first 2 miles around the Old Trafford area, runners then headed down Chester Road through Stetford.  The route continued south to Sale and at the 7 mile point the course started to head back north, at 11 miles the runners re-joined the route they taken southwards, back along Chester Road until 12.5 miles when the course headed towards Lancashire County Cricket Club and the finish line and Race Village.


Position Time Name
2540 01:48:37 Cathy McKeown
6314 02:13:36 Geoff Sanders

Results for the Bright10 – 16.10.16

The Brighton & Hove 10 mile race started at Hove Lawns and headed west for 1 mile and then turned east along the front until the 5 mile marker, the route had a little switchback between miles 6 & 7, and then headed west again along the front to the finish back at Hove Lawns. 

Position Time Name
469 01:23:17 Jonathan Kingston
1310 01:42:46 Katie Kingston

Results for the Cambridge Town & Gown 10k – 16.10.16

The Cambridge Town & Gown 10k started on Victoria Avenue, and then looped around Cambridge city centre before stretching along the beautiful River Cam, with the final 1k in Midsummer Common.  A great new shiny PB for Vir.


Position Time Name
43 0:39:19 Jose Sanchez
91 0:41:37 Virgina Silio


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