Results for 1st & 2nd July 2017

Results for the Thames Ring 250 – 1.7.17

The Thames Ring 250 is a 250 mile trail race starting in Goring-on-Thames and following an anti-clockwise route finishing in Streatley at Goring Village Hall.  The route is mainly on canal and riverside paths and relatively flat.  Runners have 100 hours  (4 days 4 hours) to complete the run, navigating using maps and being supported by checkpoints every 25 miles or so.  It’s an extremely tough run testing runners endurance to the limit along with long hours with little sleep and long dark nights.  Dave Fawkner took on this challenge and did a great 96 miles before having to retire.


Results for the Snickerthon Half & Full Marathon – 1.7.17

This course followed a 3.3 mile loop around the famous Ironman reservoir at Chasewater Country Park.  The full marathoners completed 8 laps and the half 4 laps, the route was a mixed terrain of paths, running alongside the Chasewater railway and the reservoir.

Marathon

PositionChip TimeName
2304:47:08Joanne Steele
3305:08:37Mary Connolly
4405:57:34Daniel Connolly

Half marathon

PositionChip TimeName
702:11:59Cathy Keay
1102:26:30Hughie Miller
1302:27:01Clare Weston
1402:43:57Lesley Keighley
2002:58:38Anne-Marie Paszkiewicz
2102:08:09Alison Clark

10K

PositionChip TimeName
401:07:16Rachel Brock

Results for the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park 10k – 1.7.17

This race takes places on the First Saturday from April to September.  The course is 3 laps of the Olympic Park.  Virginia was first lady and won 2 tickets to the Arcelor Mittal Orbit as her prize !

PositionChip TimeName
1900:41:28Jose Sanchez
2200:42:14Virginia Silio

Results for the Timberhonger 10k – 1.7.17

2017 was the 15th running of the Timberhonger 10k, so called as most of the route is on Timberhonger Lane.  Over the years the race has become famous for it’s friendly Carnival atmosphere, great crowds at the finish, and a picturesque course with a now infamous hill.  The route started at the Bromsgrove end of Timberhonger Lane, close to Sanders Park at 5.00pm, then snaked it’s way down Timberhonger Lane for approximately 3k before doing two 2k loops round Berry Lane and Newhouse Lane, then returning back up Timberhonger Lane to Sanders Park.  The race finished with a run across the back field of Sanders Park to the finishing line near the front car park.  Read Dave’s race report here.

PositionChip TimeName
4100:41:47Simon Brown
6700:44:35Peter Paprcka
8200:45:32Leon Coppola
11800:48:30Chris Ramadhar
12600:49:00Leighton Jackson
21300:54:22Darren Chambers
50201:14:52Nicola Chambers
53101:20:54David Phillips

Results for the Compton Verney Half Marathon – 2.7.17

Previously known as Edgehill Half Marathon this race was renamed after the beautiful start/finish venue.  The half marathon set off from the front of the house and wound through the villages of Kineton, Little Kineton and Radway before returning up the “cheeky” Pittern Hill at 11.5 miles and back to finish on the lawns of Compton Verney by the lake.

PositionChip TimeName
2301:34:16Paul Bradly
3001:35:20Richard Taylor
4201:37:29Alan McDougall
14001:58:17Stuart Sahan
15302:00:10Cristina Semple
18402:08:14Cathy Keay
19602:11:02Anita Sharma
21202:15:01Rachel Brock
22802:20:50Clare Weston
22902:21:06Lee Hill
23202:21:47Natalie Deven
26002:38:21Jane Damms
26402:43:21Marie O’Connor
26902:51:30Tiffannie Slatford

Results for the Black Country 10k – 2.7.17

This course was 2 laps around Halesowen Town and the nearby housing estates.

PositionChip TimeName
30001:08:48Michael Hammond

Results for the Whitnash 5k – 2.7.17

This course is 2 laps around Whitnash finishing at the Acre Close Playing Fields, this race has been run annually alongside the Whitnash Fun Day since 2003 and is organised with the help of Leamington Cycling and Athletic Club.

PositionChip TimeName
TBCNicole Rose

 

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