Results for 13th October 2019

Results for the Chicago Marathon – 13.10.19

The Bank of  America Chicago Marathon is known for its flat and fast course that starts and finishes in Grant Park and travels through one of the world’s most magnificent cities.

Position Time Name
20113 04:12:27 Delroy Taylor
29090 04:44:24 Rachel Hogg
31362 04:53:21 David Goodwin
32459 04:57:46 Phyll Douglas
32462 04:57:47 Jason Douglas
37215 05:23:38 Anne-Marie Goodwin
41237 05:52:46 Rachel Brock

Results for the Melbourne Marathon – 13.10.19

This is Australia’s largest marathon, which circled around Albert Park Lake, Flinders Street Station, passed the St Kilda beach foreshore and crossed the finish line at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. 

Position Time Name
1862 03:42:06 Chris Moore

Results for the Oxford Half Marathon – 13.10.19

This fast and flat 13.1 mile route kicked off from Oxford City Centre, and went by world-famous museums, universities, and parks. Runners went through historic city streets, crossed over the River Cherwell, out into the charming village of Old Marston, and back past the spectacular University Colleges.

Position Time Name
5822 02:27:37 Nicola Glaze

Results for the Great Birmingham Half Marathon – 13.10.19

This city centre run was cut short by approx. 2 miles this year due to a suspicious vehicle in the Cannon Hill Park area of the route, the route was altered to avoid Cannon Hill Park and Edgbaston.  Therefore the results are not for the complete half marathon distance.

Position Time Name
1452 01:27:06 Sue Leonard
1844 01:29:52 Paul Mattock
1845 01:29:52 Scott Kirton
2335 01:32:59 Sam Lowe
2410 01:33:28 Robert Bowell
2611 01:34:37 Leon Coppola
2997 01:36:53 Richard Middleton
7603 02:30:59 Maggie Morgan

Results for the Cabbage Patch 10 Mile – 13.10.19

The Cabbage Patch 10 is a classic and fast 10-mile road race. The race is organised by The Stragglers Running Club and is almost as old as The London Marathon. It is one of the flattest, most scenic, 10-mile races in the country run on roads and towpaths.  Starting in King Street, Twickenham, the route crosses the Thames at Kingston Bridge and Richmond Bridge, runs along the Riverside to finish on the drive in front of the York House Civic Building in Twickenham.  Read Claire’s race report here

Position Time Name
1309 01:45:49 Nicola Hunt
1396 01:49:47 Simon Lowe
1397 01:49:48 Claire Newman
1489 02:00:02 Lisa Jay
1493 02:00:28 Cal Oddy
1557 02:23:52 Helen Rowe

Results for the Green Leek Run – 13.10.19

The run is a multi-terrain point-to-point event from Burton Green to Leek Wootton, which is about 10.5km (6.5 miles).  Read Dave’s race report here.

Position Time Name
41 00:46:13 Kevin Hinson
53 00:46:54 Jeremy Smith
89 00:49:53 Simon Trenchard
107 00:51:45 Martin Smith
150 00:54:17 Amanda Govern
152 00:54:50 James Padvis
172 00:56:10 Joanne Stacey
294 01:02:59 Nikki Carter
298 01:03:42 Katie Kingston
300 01:03:46 Fiona Ball
320 01:04:25 Claire McGinnity
324 01:05:49 Natalie Deven
329 01:05:39 Sarah Jones
363 01:07:15 Sheila Johnson
364 01:07:10 Mark Williams
381 01:08:09 Clare Weston
423 01:11:38 Casey Leaver
443 01:14:03 Sharon Etherson
445 01:14:16 Brenda Lee
452 01:14:51 Lorraine Harris
455 01:15:53 Carol Williams
456 01:15:32 Lianne Mckelvie
458 01:16:23 Ann Hawkswood
469 01:17:46 Stephanie Saffrey
470 01:17:46 Blythe Kempin
475 01:18:36 Ed Goodwin
479 01:19:08 Jane Bates
497 01:27:23 David Phillips
501 01:46:00 Sara Slevin
  TBC Richard Pearce
  TBC Debbie Davis

Results for the Greenham Trust 10k – 13.10.19

This race was in its 4th year and was moved from Greenham Common to Newbury Racecourse.  The 10k race was a single loop on road and track around the racecourse.

Position Time Name
154 00:55:53 Cathy Keay

Results for the Golden Gates Gallop – 13.10.19

This was a 5 mile run following the main perimeter bridle paths/tracks around the beautiful grounds of Elvaston Castle finishing at Elvaston Cricket Club

Position Time Name
  TBC Cathy McKeown

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