Results for 1st & 2nd May 2016

Results for Hardmoors 160 – 29.4.16-1.5.16

Dave Fawkner ran The Hardmoors 160 ‘The Ring Of Steele’ which is a single stage 160 mile Ultramarathon linking up the 48 mile Tabular Hills Route with the Cleveland Way.  The route starts at Scarborough and heads West across the moors on the Tabular Hills Route to Helmsley to pick up the start of the Hardmoors 110 route and followed the full 112 miles of the route to the race finish at Filey.  Although due to the “Tour de Yorkshire” the route was ran in reverse this year.

The Hardmoors 160 was a 160 mile single stage Ultra with over 7000 metres of ascent. Competitors have 50hrs to complete the race.

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PositionTimeName
48:47:00Dave Fawkner

Results for Great Birmingham 10k – 1.5.16

5 Massey members headed to Birmingham for this 10k, this course featured many of Birmingham’s landmarks with a city centre finish.  The route started near Millenium Point & Thinktank, going past Selfridges and the Bullring before heading out along the Pershore Road towards Edgbaston Cricket Ground, where runners turned around taking in one lap of the stadium.  The course then headed back towards the city centre with a downhill finish into Broad Street.

Birmingham 10k

Kelli, Stuart & Jenna flying the Massey’s flag in Birmingham

PositionTimeName
223300:56:10Stuart Sahan
248900:57:25James Padvis
363001:02:55Jenna Pogue
372901:03:28Lauren Hughes
534401:15:19Kelli Boyde

Results for Milton Keynes Marathon & Half Marathon – 2.5.16

This route had been changed from last year.  The course kept the run up to the City Centre as in previous years, as these wide roads helped reduce the congestion at the start.  The half and full marathon shared the same route for the first 7 miles.

After 7 miles the half route went round Ouzel Valley Park, past Walton and Caldercotte Lakes and headed back to the MK Stadium.

The full route headed towards Milton Keynes Village, Bradwell Abbey which dates back to the 14th Century, the Roman ruins at Bancroft, Bradwell Windmill which was built in c1810 and St Andrews a 13th Century church in Manor Park.  The new route was a lot flatter, much more scenic and included numerous lakes, parks and the meandering grand union canal. And, the route takes in the famous Concrete Cows of Milton Keynes and also finished in the MK Stadium.  Unfortunately Elaine DNF due to injury.

MK start 2016MK end 2016

 

 

Marathon

PositionTimeName
4:05:32Ian O’Donnell
DNFElaine Robinson

 Half-marathon

PositionTimeName
2:02:46Rachel Brock
2:09:39David Goodwin (2:10 Pacer)
2:14:02Cathy Keay
2:27:32Anne-Marie Paszkiewicz

Results for Kenilworth May Day 10k – 2.5.16

This hilly 10k also included a Fun Run and a Schools’ Challenge and was part of the Kenilworth festival.  The course was off road with a mixture of grass and tarmac surfaces, and consisted of 3 circuits of Abbey Fields with 3 major climbs/descents per circuit.   Race Report can be found here

Mayday 10k

PositionTimeName
8600:62:30James Padvis
8800:63:02Daniel Connolly
10700:70:21Kelvin Elliott
11300:73:20David Phillips
00:73:53Massey’s Relay Team (Beth, Sam & Mary)

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