Results for 28th April 2019

Results for the Big Sur International Marathon – 28.4.19

The Big Sur International Marathon is a point-to-point course run on scenic CA Highway 1 from Big Sur to Carmel.  Towering redwoods, crashing waves, coastal mountains and verdant pastures are featured on this course. The centrepiece of the course is the iconic Bixby Bridge, located at the halfway point of the race. 

PositionTimeName
295905:28:39Joe Reynolds

Results for the Virgin London Marathon – 28.4.19

12 Massey runners headed to London for this iconic marathon, with many more Massey runners supporting along the route and watching on the TV at home !

There were some fantastic personal achievements; with PB’s and first time marathoner’s crossing the finish line.  Well done to Delroy, Dave & Anne-Marie who were all official pacers.

PositionTimeName
656803:29:18Simon Neale
1014103:44:35Paul Mattock
2647304:44:34Delroy Taylor
2915504:55:21Alison Lowe
3004104:58:56Darren Chambers
3531305:28:59Claire Newman
3725405:43:58David Goodwin
3827505:52:59Rececca Draper
4114206:37:40Claire Bradford
4152306:50:06Nicola Chambers
4174406:59:28Anne-Marie Goodwin
4237407:56:58Sharan Matharu

Results for the Shakespeare Marathon & Half Marathon – 28.4.19

This was a mainly flat, fast course, starting in the centre of the town, opposite Shakespeare’s old school, taking in sights such as the River Avon, Holy Trinity Church (home to the grave of William Shakespeare) and the Royal Shakespeare Theatres.  Those tackling the marathon did two laps of the course. Well done to Angela who won her age category Also Fantastic achievement for Dave Phillips completing his 500th marathon !!!

Marathon

PositionTimeName
9203:27:24Tom Watts
12103:34:19Ian O’Donnell
34204:13:47Nathan Bignall
43804:34:52Dave Fawkner
54505:19:20John Bennett
55905:31:35Mary Connolly
57906:08:40David Phillips

Half Marathon

PositionTimeName
23201:39:47Peter Paprcka
29501:43:24Jonathan Brown
60701:53:01Philip Mccarron
73501:54:16Rachel Hogg
97602:00:38Cathy Keay
102102:02:04Kim Davies
115202:09:55Simon Smith
127102:11:40Kerry Jenkins
124602:13:09Michelle Eaton
134402:14:50Wendy Foxall
129602:15:15Sonia Karamat
129902:15:23Angela Mckay
141602:18:03Nicola Glaze
142102:18:08Sheila Johnson
144602:19:21Rachael Bignall
144302:20:49Nicola Hunt
148702:21:29Natalie Deven
159502:28:56Kerrie Grayman
161702:30:05Lorraine Harris
58302:30:52Dave Adams
165002:33:50Jane Bates
170102:40:36Sarah Jones

Results for the Longhorn Half Marathon & 10k – 28.4.19

Runners could choose 5k, 10k, half marathon, full marathon or 60k Ultra set in private areas of Sherwood Forest & the beautiful grounds of Thoresby Park; next to a Grade1 listed 19th Century country house in north Nottinghamshire; Thoresby Hall.  The route involved running over old military roads, cleared tracks through ancient woodland and grassed paths around the country estate.

Half Marathon

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29302:53:15Emma King

10k

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48601:17:10Diana Wilson

Results for the Rock n Roll Madrid Marathon & 10k – 28.4.19

This race had a marathon, half and 10k running at the same time.  The route headed north towards the Santiago Benabeu Stadium (the home of Real Madrid), between 6-7k the course then turned around and headed southwards.  The full and half distances ran together until runners reached the 14k point and the half route headed towards Parque de El Retiro, where there was a complete lap around the outside of the park before heading inside for the finish line.

Marathon

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333403:51:58David Pardo

10k

PositionTimeName
467401:06:00Ann Hawkswood

Results for the National Forest Dragon’s Lair 10k – 28.4.19

This was a brand-new event set in the heart of the National Forest (Swadlincote), combining open grassland with woodland trails. This continually undulating 2-lap course presented runners with excellent views across the local countryside.

PositionTimeName
700:43:59Mark Blaszczyszyn
7500:55:26Emma White
21901:06:53Steven White
27501:15:10Cal Oddy
33601:30:08Helen Rowe

Results for the Leicester Big 10k – 28.4.19

This beautiful and significantly flat 10k took place in stunning Abbey Park in Leicester.   The route started within Abbey Park and had lap of the park before heading around the outside of park perimeter.  After running down the canal the route turned back into the park to perform another circle of the inside route of the park.  Runners repeated the route on the outside of the park for the second time then coming back into the park for the finish.

PositionTimeName
6200:43:04David Lee

Results for the Storm the Castle Duathlon – 28.4.19

This was a challenging duathlon set in Ludlow, Shropshire. The event distances of 10km run/ 33km bike/5km run included a few hills and the combination of road and forest trail which finished inside the grounds of Ludlow Castle.

Position

Time

Name

200

02:46:23

Chris Foxall

 

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