Classic Quarter - Race Report - 2017

By Richard Chynoweth

One year on from securing 2nd place with the TRC men’s relay team I found myself back at Lizard Point for another crack at the Classic Quarter, this time as part of a 2 man relay team with my good friend the unaffiliated Chris Madeley. It was quite evident at the start that there was less of a TRC prescence this year. Last year we had mens and ladies relay teams, 4 or 5 soloists and a few others taking part in teams. This year at the start it was just the ladies relay team of Juliet, Karen, Sandy and Sue along with myself, James Davies and Chris Barratt who were all competing in the 2 man relay with a non TRC member. I was aware later that Alex Marples and Tom Wright were doing the second half of a 4 man team with some of Tom’s university friends.

Chris and I had adopted the somewhat unusual strategy of alternating legs, with him running legs 1 and 3 (the easy legs) and me running legs 2 and 4 (the hard legs). So at 7:37am the relays were under way out of The Lizard and off towards Kynance Cove. The most notable thing at the start was one of the runners in a black and white striped vest haring off like a mad man. I later found out this was a 4 man team from Highgate Harriers in London who had clearly arrived with the intention of winning.

I then made my way in the car (some of you may remember this car from last years CQ report – it’s still the same heap of crap) to Church Cove. Milling around in Church Cove I chatted to Andy Goundry who had given up his place with me after being booked in for his 17th hip replacement but was there to cheer on Karen in the relay. Andy was clearly chomping at the bit and was trying to work out ways he could still compete by doing Chris Barratt’s last leg even though he had an appointment with the specialist on Monday. Luckily his machinations bore no fruit.

Most of the latter solos had dribbled through by now and then the chap from Highgate Harriers appeared on the cliff top and dashed into Church Cove. Just the 1:05 for him on the 10 miles of cliff path, an amazing feat indeed. As I stood waiting for Chris I was then approached by a man with a tripod! He explained he was part of the official event crew and he would like to film my change over with Chris. Being a media whore I readily agreed and then found myself being choreographed through my transition. When Chris appeared on the cliff the film crew burst into life before running alongside him on the beach and getting up close and personal with our changeover then watching me run to the ‘tripod man’ as I have innocently called him. I wonder if we’ll make the final cut? It was a great relief for me to get through this transition after last years ‘dibber gate’ and even with all the added paparrazzi pressure. Chris had completed the first leg in 1:20 leaving us currently in 4th in the 2 person relay.

I then began bounding along from Church Cove towards Porthleven. I have to admit I was very much enjoying chasing the solo back markers. So rarely in a GP event do you see someone, chase them down, over take them and speed away as you can when you have fresh legs, you’re on a cliff and they are suffering. It was like shooting fish in a barrel and all I can say is I’m a bad person as it was incredibly motivational to keep running faster. I got into Porthleven in about 36 minutes and told myself I needed to slow down as I still had another 19 miles to go today. In Porthleven my parents were waiting to offer some support and appeared to have rounded up quite a posse of unknowns to cheer me on around the harbour. Good old Ma and Pa.

Onwards through Rinsey (can’t see what all the fuss about the climb was) and towards Praa sands. Still charging along trying to get as close to Sowerby’s time from last year as I could, through the kit check point. Still picking those solo back markers off for fun until one oaf wearing headphones would not shift. After a few of us were tangled up behind him on a steep climb yelling I had to resort to poking him in the back. Why are headphones still permitted in this race?

I rounded Cudden Point and was now really on a charge as I was aware in the last mile or so I had picked off several of the two and four man relay teams and by my reckoning we were up to 2nd in the 2 person competition and were the 4th relay team on course. Some of you may be thinking at this point that I’m a bit of a smug git. This all vanishes at this point. With less than a mile to go to Perranuthnoe disaster strikes. At a way marker there are 2 yellow arrows one points left, one points straight on. Straight on I can see the check point down below me so this is the logical choice right? In hindisght I have reflected that if you are following a coast path and the sea is on your left then left is always the logical choice. I would deeply regret this decision

Blue Good – Red Bad

On the above map in blue, you can see the race route. In red, you can see where some idiot named Chynoweth went. Subsequently looking at the map you can see a little way into ‘my red route’ I am offered a choice of left or right. Left towards the sea, or right towards that farm? What on earth was I thinking? By my reckoning, the detour added a little over a mile. To then compound matters, they had moved the checkpoint so I had then ran some of leg 3 before having to double back. At this juncture Tom Wright and Alex Marples appeared and were cheering me on thinking I was starting leg 3 whereas in fact I was circling around like an idiot trying to finish leg 2 when approaching it from the wrong direction.

Regular readers of my CQ report will remember me arriving in Perranuthnoe last year in my car with the exhaust unit scraping along the floor and people pointing at me and shouting. One year on and I arrive in Perranuthnoe, this time on foot, but once again with people pointing at me and shouting ‘you’ve gone the wrong way’. Eventually I found Chris who was utterly bemused as to where I had been and why I was behind him and thankfully, he got leg 3 under way for real. At the risk of making myself look like an idiot, it is not as if I ran and walked this stretch of coast path in the last month in order to prepare, it is also definitely not the case that my other half is from Perranuthnoe and I have in fact walked this piece of coast path on many occasions. Oh wait! Sad face emoji.

Overall I had cost us about 10 minutes and several places in the relay events but Chris was off and making his way along the tarmac section through Penzance. I was in a real sulk and forgot about all the things I had planned to do such as warm down, stretch, eat, keep warm, etc and was just chuntering away at myself. I then got in my ‘bomb of a car’ (these were the words used by a member of the Endurance Life crew) to drive to Lamorna.

On arrival in Lamorna I had just missed the first 3 soloists go through and the leaders of the 4 man team event. I found out at this stage that misfortune had befallen the Highgate Team and their 3rd runner had fallen and had been replaced by their 4th man with their driver now set for the last leg. This had meant that they were now back in 2nd and their bid to break records had passed. I stood and watched the leading soloists and relay teams come through and waited for Chris to arrive. Chris ran a good 3rd stage and despite struggling over the last few miles had made a place back on what I had lost and got us back on the podium. Meanwhile just behind him Alex Marples was flying around in a very competitive time of 1:22 for the 11 or so miles of leg 3.

So I began leg four knowing I had to redeem myself and also knowing that Tom Wright was planning on ‘hunting me down’ with his fresh legs. Scrambling along from Lamorna it is not really a run and you have several miles of just hanging on. I was coming across the odd soloist for company and was pleased after a few miles to catch up and overtake another of the 2 man relay teams. This chap looked like he was struggling and I was pleased with our breaking the stages up strategy. This put us in 2nd place in our event, I knew that 1st place were far ahead and we were not likely to catch them and was a lot more worried by what was behind. One of those things that was behind was Tom Wright who about 3 miles in to the final leg came bounding past me like an Ibex on ecstasy. It was good to see Tom and I was pleased he was not in my competition as he rapidly sped away into the distance. It’s funny how with an extra stage in my legs and a bonus mile or so that I was not able to keep him in sight long.

By now the weather had seriously turned and visibility was shocking. It was cold and wet and what had been a tail wind in the early stages was now pushing me inland (something I was quite capable of doing myself as you saw earlier). It was lonely out there now and other runners were rare. Another member of a 4-man team caught me and ran with me for a while through Porthgwarra and the odd soloist was still being picked off as I plodded along. My enjoyment at their struggles had long since faded and I really felt for these poor souls in the rain and 40 odd miles in. They are truly remarkable. The steps out of Porthcurno were depressing and really quite disorientating and I hadn’t seen any of my ‘support crew’ as had been agreed at several points and I was feeling quite low. I subsequently found out that they had been waiting for me at Porthcurno but after Tom had danced his merry jig through and I hadn’t arrived they had assumed that they’d missed me and carried on to Lands End. How I found my pace for the last leg being benchmarked against a mountain goat who had done 14 less miles I do not know, but there we go.

A wet and emotional arrival at the finish sporting TRC colours

Over the last few miles I passed one or two more soloists and had another 4 man relay team passed me, shortly after he did he fell and cut his arm and I had to help him over a stile. With 1 mile to go they had placed a little sign on the cliff presumably as a motivational aid but as it appeared out of the fog it thoroughly depressed me to think that if I hadn’t got lost I would have been finished. By now, the rain was lashing down and I was cold and sodden as I trudged into Lands End and crossed the finish line in just under 7 hours. It was nice at the end to have my friends and family cheering me on and they’d be Joined by James and Jen. James all wrapped up warm after he had strolled around his first two legs enjoying himself. We had managed to finish second pair in the relay open event, the team that had won it were 25 minutes ahead of us so I do not think we would have caught them even if all had gone to plan.

In some warm clothes, we retired to the bar where Tom and Alex were swigging back their beers as if they had barely broken a sweat. James and Jen then came in a little worried that James’ running partner Nick had experienced misfortune but he arrived a little later. We then made our way back outside into the rain for an hour or so to cheer people in including the Ladies relay team and a soggy looking Chris Barratt. The presentation was a bit of a damp squib as unsurprisingly many people had gone home due to the appalling conditions. Logically after second place in the 4 person relay and second place in the 2 person relay I should be aiming for second place in the solo next year. I have a very strong feeling this will not be happening. As ever an enjoyable event with an amazing amount of support on course and given the weather over the last few hours, it is commendable. As we drove home at about 5pm I felt for those poor soloists who were still coming in until nearly 9pm that evening and deserve a huge amount of kudos.

More stupid prize pants!


Cubert 5 Results – 2017

Results in XLS and PDF format

Pos Num Name Surname Club Cat Time
1 152 Tony Brewer Mile High MV35 26:43
2 636 Jordan Clay Cornwall AC MU35 26:47
3 646 Colin Snook Cornwall AC MV40 26:55
4 263 Aaron Benney Mile High MV35 27:16
5 327 Jordan Morant Hayle Runners MU35 27:30
6 150 Andrew Martin Mile High MV35 27:33
7 275 Tony Wright Newquay Road Runners MV50 27:33
8 92 Paul Smith Cornwall AC MV40 27:36
9 337 Floyd Ratcliffe Hayle Runners MU20 27:42
10 503 David Bartlett Newquay Road Runners MU35 27:51
11 633 Joe Argall Cornwall AC MU35 27:56
12 648 Paul Whear Cornwall AC MV45 27:59
13 645 Craig Salamone Cornwall AC MU35 28:43
14 589 Tristan Sellors Mounts Bay Harriers MU35 28:44
15 459 James Kirton Truro Running Club MU35 28:46
16 24 James Barnet Falmouth Road Runners MU35 28:49
17 692 Simon Williams St Austell Running Club MV40 28:51
18 231 Steve Wherry Hayle Runners MV50 28:55
19 651 Tom Carthey Falmouth Road Runners MU35 28:56
20 465 Peter Sowerby Truro Running Club MV50 29:04
21 667 Sam Goodchild Cornwall AC MU20 29:11
22 86 Emma Stepto Cornwall AC FV45 29:14
23 668 Mark Webster Cornwall AC MU35 29:19
24 279 Robert Orton Exmouth Harriers MV35 29:23
25 386 Tom Luton Newquay Road Runners MU20 29:25
26 286 Scott Abraham Hayle Runners MV45 29:28
27 151 Jamie Stephenson Mile High MU35 29:30
28 317 Simon Knowles Hayle Runners MV40 29:33
29 346 Rich Savage Hayle Runners MV50 29:41
30 53 Mark Deacon Looe Pioneers MU35 29:44
31 728 Dan Alsop St Austell Running Club MV35 29:46
32 202 Clive Ramsden Bodmin Road Runners MV40 29:47
33 652 Kieran Murrant Falmouth Road Runners MU35 29:49
34 341 Thomas Rosenfeld Hayle Runners MV35 29:51
35 658 Alex Marples Truro Running Club MV35 29:51
36 631 Heidi Tregenza Cornwall AC FU35 29:52
37 299 Neill Cookson Hayle Runners MV50 29:56
38 683 James Cutlan St Austell Running Club MU35 30:05
39 11 Paul Stevens St Austell Running Club MV40 30:06
40 666 Nathan Elemen Cornwall AC MU35 30:08
41 743 Dan Williams Cornwall AC MV40 30:08
42 126 Glynn Davis Carn Runners MV50 30:12
43 538 Oliver Passingham Newquay Road Runners MV35 30:13
44 149 Ryan Moyle Mile High MV40 30:15
45 520 Gregg Hooper Newquay Road Runners MV35 30:33
46 644 Joseph Peters Cornwall AC MU35 30:34
47 171 James Brydon Bodmin Road Runners MU35 30:34
48 591 Tom Berryman Mounts Bay Harriers MU35 30:38
49 674 Tim Adams St Austell Running Club MV45 30:39
50 502 Matt Davies Newquay Road Runners MV40 30:47
51 604 David Andrewartha Bude Rats MU35 30:55
52 467 Rob Standing Truro Running Club MV40 30:59
53 643 Adrian Mutsaers Cornwall AC MV45 31:03
54 492 Steve Rendle Newquay Road Runners MV45 31:12
55 481 Jason Axe Newquay Road Runners MU35 31:19
56 452 Richard Chynoweth Truro Running Club MV35 31:20
57 669 James Williams Cornwall AC MU20 31:21
58 157 John Sole Bodmin Road Runners MV35 31:22
59 690 Rich Shirley St Austell Running Club MU35 31:23
60 71 Lee Coulson Falmouth Road Runners MV50 31:29
61 628 Donna Raggett Cornwall AC FV45 31:43
62 637 Andrew Eddison Cornwall AC MV50 31:50
63 662 Kevin Woodley 0 MV40 31:59
64 649 Kallum Wright Cornwall AC MU35 32:00
65 581 Geoff Letchford Mounts Bay Harriers MV65 32:04
66 99 Callum Deveney Falmouth Road Runners MV45 32:04
67 629 Rhiannon Strickland Cornwall AC FU35 32:05
68 80 Kathryn Burgess Cornwall AC FV40 32:11
69 521 Megan Davis Newquay Road Runners FU35 32:13
70 630 Naomi Tier Cornwall AC FU35 32:15
71 619 Stephen Ellison Mounts Bay Harriers MV40 32:16
72 319 James Manning Hayle Runners MV35 32:18
73 55 Dale Tedder Looe Pioneers MU35 32:18
74 530 Tom Sparkes Bodmin Road Runners MU35 32:18
75 493 Mattias Ronngard Newquay Road Runners MV45 32:19
76 96 Jason Webb Cornwall AC MV45 32:20
77 617 Ian James Mounts Bay Harriers MV50 32:26
78 9 Joshua Taphouse Bodmin Road Runners MU20 32:29
79 62 Alex Prescott Looe Pioneers MU35 32:33
80 129 Tim Widdershoven Carn Runners MV35 32:46
81 433 Alan Williams Tamar Trotters MV35 32:48
82 573 Rich Golding 0 MV35 32:52
83 397 Alex Coley East Cornwall Harriers MU35 32:53
84 618 Jeremy Marston Mounts Bay Harriers MV45 32:57
85 722 Iain Walker St Austell Running Club MV60 33:02
86 111 Bill Wood Falmouth Road Runners MV50 33:05
87 419 Chris Ullman East Cornwall Harriers MV45 33:05
88 269 Ruby Orchard Truro Running Club FV35 33:06
89 396 Gary Bullen Mile High MV50 33:12
90 139 Robert Pooley Carn Runners MV35 33:14
91 110 Robin Watson Falmouth Road Runners MV50 33:17
92 730 Paul Johnson St Austell Running Club MU35 33:19
93 425 Michael Gilbert Launceston Road Runners MU35 33:20
94 176 Ian Littlewood East Cornwall Harriers MV35 33:20
95 201 Oliver Evans Falmouth Road Runners MU20 33:20
96 476 Richard Grimes Newquay Road Runners MV40 33:20
97 333 Stuart Pickering Hayle Runners MV50 33:28
98 16 Daniel Cox 0 MU35 33:33
99 404 Guy Petersen Tamar Trotters MV45 33:34
100 49 Richard Patrick Looe Pioneers MV45 33:37
101 158 Simon Webber East Cornwall Harriers MV60 33:41
102 108 Thomas Sopp Falmouth Road Runners MV40 33:41
103 76 Andrew Laurie Falmouth Road Runners MV50 33:42
104 717 Tony Morris St Austell Running Club MV50 33:45
105 456 Lucy Goodway Truro Running Club FU35 33:47
106 733 Mike Greer St Austell Running Club MU35 33:48
107 200 Julian Evans Falmouth Road Runners MV45 33:51
108 703 Daniel Bray St Austell Running Club MU35 33:52
109 345 Faye Savage Hayle Runners FV40 33:56
110 737 Steve Reid St Austell Running Club MV40 33:56
111 543 Joanna Herd Newquay Road Runners FV40 33:59
112 42 Joanne Robinson Looe Pioneers FV40 34:02
113 162 Andy Chase St Austell Running Club MU35 34:06
114 517 Curtis Young Hayle Runners MV40 34:10
115 647 Connor Trerise Cornwall AC MU20 34:11
116 65 Chris Pawley Looe Pioneers MV40 34:11
117 140 James Findlay Carn Runners MU35 34:13
118 380 Revis Crowle East Cornwall Harriers FV55 34:14
119 391 Nigel Reddicliffe Launceston Road Runners MV50 34:17
120 313 Amy Jose Hayle Runners FU35 34:25
121 747 David Moore Cornwall AC MV45 34:37
122 289 Charlotte Bennett Hayle Runners FV40 34:38
123 440 Anthony Firth Tamar Trotters MV45 34:40
124 514 Glyn Talling Newquay Road Runners MV45 34:41
125 635 Vivian Bray Cornwall AC MV50 34:42
126 90 Derrick Frantz Cornwall AC MV50 34:43
127 624 Karen Harrison Cornwall AC FV45 34:44
128 175 Brian Wiles Launceston Road Runners MV70 34:51
129 226 Peter Allen Newquay Road Runners MV60 34:53
130 496 Steve Henry Newquay Road Runners MV45 34:54
131 381 Ian Crowle East Cornwall Harriers MV55 35:03
132 449 Colin Bathe Truro Running Club MV45 35:07
133 360 David Wilding Hayle Runners MV40 35:08
134 294 Lee Burford Hayle Runners MV35 35:09
135 68 Mark Grassam Looe Pioneers MV45 35:10
136 336 Sean Pulley Hayle Runners MV55 35:10
137 95 Nigel Trevena Cornwall AC MV45 35:11
138 222 Nick Harrison Launceston Road Runners MV40 35:14
139 405 John-Paul Humphreys Newquay Road Runners MV40 35:16
140 10 Kirsty Medlock Hayle Runners FV35 35:16
141 513 Luke Reed Newquay Road Runners MV35 35:16
142 109 Paul Syrett Falmouth Road Runners MV45 35:19
143 105 Emma Mossop Falmouth Road Runners FV40 35:22
144 595 Thomas Prosser Mounts Bay Harriers MU20 35:23
145 328 Giles Newcombe Hayle Runners MV60 35:23
146 131 Tom Polglase Carn Runners MV65 35:25
147 661 Ella Waters Launceston Road Runners FU20 35:25
148 73 Pez Hargreaves Falmouth Road Runners MV45 35:26
149 74 Tim Hawke Falmouth Road Runners MU35 35:31
150 610 Daniel Tildesley Mounts Bay Harriers MU35 35:47
151 98 Richard Cortis Falmouth Road Runners MV45 35:50
152 522 Lydia Davis Newquay Road Runners FU35 35:51
153 682 Stuart Richards St Austell Running Club MV40 35:52
154 191 Taylor Hartill Bodmin Road Runners MU20 35:54
155 594 Kelly Williams Mounts Bay Harriers FU35 35:56
156 474 Sean Baker Looe Pioneers MV40 35:59
157 627 Julia Pearce Cornwall AC FV40 36:00
158 356 Tim Twiggs Hayle Runners MV50 36:01
159 731 Mark Owen St Austell Running Club MV40 36:03
160 224 Terry Ansell 0 MV40 36:05
161 182 Phil Shepley Looe Pioneers MV40 36:10
162 625 Natalie Drayson (Maguire) Cornwall AC FV40 36:11
163 455 Jennifer Gay Truro Running Club FU35 36:12
164 531 Glenn Wood East Cornwall Harriers MV50 36:12
165 529 Vicki Sparkes Bodmin Road Runners FU35 36:14
166 81 Nancy Hill Cornwall AC FV45 36:14
167 12 Gary Williams Looe Pioneers MU35 36:15
168 528 Paul Angove Mounts Bay Harriers MV50 36:21
169 612 Darren Draige 0 MV35 36:22
170 537 Sarah Myford Newquay Road Runners FV50 36:23
171 406 Steve Dale Newquay Road Runners MV40 36:23
172 642 Jon Mitchell Cornwall AC MV45 36:27
173 463 Thomas Moore Truro Running Club MV35 36:28
174 684 Hannah Cutlan St Austell Running Club FU35 36:31
175 14 Glynn Edwards Newquay Road Runners MU35 36:33
176 190 Gail Hartill Bodmin Road Runners FV40 36:34
177 477 Nikki Davies Newquay Road Runners FV35 36:36
178 349 Derek Smith Hayle Runners MV55 36:37
179 376 Matthew Wilson 0 MV40 36:38
180 41 Amanda Gibson Looe Pioneers FV40 36:40
181 274 Sharon Daw East Cornwall Harriers FV50 36:39
182 516 Sophie Talling Newquay Road Runners FU20 36:41
183 660 Claire Waters Launceston Road Runners FV45 36:42
184 526 James Ward 0 MU35 36:43
185 112 Jules Wood Falmouth Road Runners FV45 36:44
186 306 Andrew Ellis Hayle Runners MV45 36:45
187 281 Sara Robins Newquay Road Runners FU35 36:48
188 296 Julia Burns Hayle Runners FV50 36:50
189 156 Pam Solomon Bodmin Road Runners FV55 36:51
190 607 Ian Matthews Mounts Bay Harriers MV50 36:53
191 565 Marcus Wills East Cornwall Harriers MV35 36:56
192 298 Caroline Chesterfield Hayle Runners FV50 36:56
193 278 Leigh Spencer Newquay Road Runners FU20 36:57
194 75 Jenna Hunt Falmouth Road Runners FU35 37:00
195 88 Rachael Thomas Cornwall AC FV40 37:00
196 177 Louise Littlewood East Cornwall Harriers FV45 36:59
197 732 Barry Russell St Austell Running Club MV35 37:04
198 515 Lisa Talling Newquay Road Runners FV45 37:06
199 523 Alan Brookland Newquay Road Runners MV35 37:10
200 84 Debbie Nugent Cornwall AC FV50 37:11
201 115 Stephen Jones Carn Runners MV45 37:19
202 195 Tim Knab Bodmin Road Runners MV45 37:21
203 544 Louise Gore Newquay Road Runners FV35 37:22
204 113 Robert Rochwiaic Carn Runners MV55 37:23
205 288 David Batchelor Hayle Runners MV55 37:26
206 431 Richard Morton Tamar Trotters MV60 37:28
207 264 Martin Pipet Bodmin Road Runners MV40 37:30
208 170 Emma Stephens Bodmin Road Runners FU35 37:31
209 426 Michael Prangley 0 MV50 37:32
210 120 Helen Thomas Carn Runners FV45 37:41
211 48 Andy Crabb Looe Pioneers MV40 37:47
212 742 Rewan Coad 0 MU35 37:48
213 267 Ruth Glover Mounts Bay Harriers FU35 37:50
214 614 Matthew Cook Mounts Bay Harriers MU35 37:53
215 659 Wayne Rundle Launceston Road Runners MV40 37:54
216 70 Rosie Bradbury Falmouth Road Runners FU35 37:56
217 424 John Gossan Looe Pioneers MV65 37:58
218 43 Kirsty Webb Looe Pioneers FU35 37:58
219 221 Jessica Goldberg Launceston Road Runners FU35 38:01
220 117 Meryl Elstone Carn Runners FV50 38:07
221 471 David Wilcox Truro Running Club MV40 38:10
222 738 Shaun Scrace St Austell Running Club MV45 38:11
223 734 Ross Lawry St Austell Running Club MV40 38:13
224 85 Helena Stackhouse Cornwall AC FU35 38:18
225 501 Kelly Keogh 0 FU35 38:19
226 169 Sophie Unsworth Bodmin Road Runners FU35 38:21
227 453 Jonathan Crowle Truro Running Club MV45 38:24
228 546 Jenny Code Newquay Road Runners FV35 38:24
229 364 Neill Furlonger Newquay Road Runners MU35 38:26
230 94 Graham Storer Cornwall AC MV55 38:28
231 387 Stacie Marks St Austell Running Club FU35 38:28
232 253 Monique Jeffrey-Jones Bodmin Womens RC FV45 38:30
233 623 Marie Gould Cornwall AC FV45 38:31
234 52 Laura Arkley Looe Pioneers FV40 38:31
235 500 Sara Ellis Newquay Road Runners FV35 38:35
236 353 Alison Thomas Hayle Runners FV40 38:40
237 370 Michael Rooney Mounts Bay Harriers MU35 38:42
238 181 Jaine Hynes Launceston Road Runners FV50 38:44
239 217 Rachael Wilsher Bodmin Road Runners FV50 38:46
240 545 Alison Potter Newquay Road Runners FV40 38:49
241 236 Georgie Lethbridge Bodmin Womens RC FU35 38:50
242 716 Martin Trethewey St Austell Running Club MV45 38:50
243 277 Sarah Hill Newquay Road Runners FV45 38:51
244 458 Nigel Knuckey Truro Running Club MV60 38:51
245 40 Philip Gibson Looe Pioneers MV40 38:51
246 677 Melissa Rowe St Austell Running Club FV40 38:51
247 739 Debbie Bullen 0 FV55 38:52
248 196 Christopher Pritchard Launceston Road Runners MV55 38:54
249 532 Dean Barrett Tamar Trotters MV50 38:56
250 382 Pete Sargent Newquay Road Runners MV70 38:56
251 564 Cheryl Broas Looe Pioneers FV55 38:58
252 698 Peter Bazin St Austell Running Club MV50 38:58
253 654 Anna Pascoe Mud Crew Trail Runners FV35 39:01
254 308 Corinne Gerrard Hayle Runners FV45 39:03
255 321 Nick Masters Hayle Runners MV50 39:03
256 343 Helen Rule Hayle Runners FV35 39:05
257 103 Denise Lydall Falmouth Road Runners FV45 39:04
258 290 Emily Bennett Hayle Runners FU20 39:06
259 56 Emma Langstaff Looe Pioneers FV40 39:07
260 410 Jeanette Duncan Newquay Road Runners FV55 39:09
261 413 Hazel Redd 0 FU35 39:10
262 282 Tracy Mckenzie Newquay Road Runners FV35 39:11
263 398 Simon Coley East Cornwall Harriers MV50 39:16
264 207 Mike Saunders 0 MV55 39:19
265 145 Peter Drew Carn Runners MV65 39:20
266 198 Peter Marquis 0 MV60 39:20
267 663 Rachel Stephens 0 FV35 39:22
268 178 Stefan Palmer Bodmin Road Runners MV45 39:23
269 395 Alison Catnach Looe Pioneers FV40 39:27
270 558 Clare Mckee 0 FV35 39:30
271 331 Louise Ollivier Hayle Runners FV50 39:31
272 460 Claire Mensing Truro Running Club FV40 39:31
273 708 Gareth Rowett St Austell Running Club MU35 39:32
274 748 David Bell Cornwall AC MV50 39:33
275 355 Stewart Townend Hayle Runners MV70 39:33
276 609 Kelsey Lynch Mounts Bay Harriers FU35 39:36
277 443 Maggie Bunting Tamar Trotters FV45 39:38
278 714 Jane Appleton St Austell Running Club FV35 39:40
279 468 Juliet Stewart Truro Running Club FV50 39:41
280 354 Craig Tonkin Hayle Runners MV45 39:42
281 679 Patrick Haynes St Austell Running Club MV50 39:44
282 598 Julie Clark Mounts Bay Harriers FV50 39:44
283 46 Steve Skinner Looe Pioneers MU35 39:47
284 228 Alan Green East Cornwall Harriers MV60 39:47
285 57 Katie Gummow Looe Pioneers FV35 39:49
286 706 Andrew Jay St Austell Running Club MV40 39:50
287 58 Dawn Chalk Looe Pioneers FV40 39:56
288 303 Kelly Moore Hayle Runners FU35 39:57
289 271 Pat Lockett Newquay Road Runners MV70 39:59
290 541 Gareth Rowe Newquay Road Runners MV60 40:00
291 475 Katie Bullock Newquay Road Runners FU35 40:00
292 510 Chris Mamo Newquay Road Runners MU35 40:04
293 571 Adrian Brown Launceston Road Runners MV40 40:12
294 260 Tiffany Howard Bodmin Womens RC FU35 40:13
295 362 David Wright Hayle Runners MV50 40:14
296 114 Joshua Old 0 MU35 40:16
297 144 Juliet Knowles Carn Runners FV45 40:16
298 133 Lisa Uren Carn Runners FV35 40:17
299 580 Bridget Lewis Mounts Bay Harriers FV45 40:18
300 491 Matthew Wale Newquay Road Runners MU35 40:19
301 562 Chris Horn Shenley Striders MV50 40:20
302 206 Philip Bunt 0 MV60 40:23
303 17 Ian Ringer Bodmin Road Runners MV70 40:24
304 498 Wayne Caff Newquay Road Runners MV45 40:25
305 334 Ruth Pierce Hayle Runners FV50 40:26
306 293 David Bonar Hayle Runners MV50 40:26
307 47 Emma Baker Looe Pioneers FV40 40:27
308 593 Robert Burrows Mounts Bay Harriers MV60 40:30
309 437 John Ainsworth Tamar Trotters MV50 40:30
310 225 Jane Stephens Bodmin Road Runners FV50 40:30
311 495 Richard Groves Newquay Road Runners MV35 40:34
312 560 Clare Turner 0 FV35 40:35
313 638 Steve Jenkin Cornwall AC MV45 40:36
314 223 Sean Coyle 0 MV55 40:40
315 284 Amy Gregory Newquay Road Runners FU35 40:41
316 561 Ruth Holding Mile High FV50 40:42
317 686 Fiona Thomas St Austell Running Club FU35 40:42
318 36 Bob Willcocks Falmouth Road Runners MV55 40:43
319 533 Rob Stead Looe Pioneers MU35 40:45
320 266 Sue Mansfield Truro Running Club FV50 40:46
321 490 Lois Brandham Newquay Road Runners FU35 40:46
322 199 Julie Barriball Launceston Road Runners FV50 40:48
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Woman Can Marathon Tipton St John Devon 2017

Report by Hana

I am starting to suspect that I suffer from some sort of OCD. I have found that I have an uncontrollable need to enter races and last year I had to take myself in hand and go through a race detox program. I limited myself to just nine races, two of which were marathons, a distance that in truth I don’t actually like, with the only reason for completing such a distance, other than as a sort of penance for all the bad things I have done in my life, is to put myself beyond the comfort zone of a Half Marathon.

So with 2016’s detox satisfactorily completed I again found myself trawling through details of up and coming races on the 2017 race calendar and the “Women can” Women only Marathon at Tipton St John in Devon appeared. In a moment of senile madness I hit the “Enter here” button and I was in. I was attracted not by the fact that it was a WOMEN ONLY event but by the fact it was in Devon and the route was predominately on trails and coast paths. The race info also stated that there was a FREE cream tea for all finishers at the end. How could I refuse such a treat?

Now I’m a lazy race entrant. I do go out running at least 3 times a week usually running 6 to 8 miles each time with a run up to 13 miles at least once a month. I walk at least 4 miles every day and on three occasions this year I have run 15 to 16 miles home from work. What I don’t do is follow a MARATHON TRAINING PLAN. I’m a “let’s see what happens” delusional runner which is not a great thing to be. It’s fine for any event up to half marathon distance but after that it is bloody stupid. Do I learn? No I don’t, so once again I approach this marathon totally unprepared as usual.

“Husband who plays golf” agrees to come away for a weekend with me but only if he can play Golf first on the Saturday morning. I don’t have a problem with agreeing to this, so with accommodation booked in an Inn Keepers Lodge not far from Topsham which is between Exeter and Exmouth the weekend is sorted.

My pre-race nutrition and hydration required us to take a lovely stroll down to the village of Topsham where we firstly sat out in glorious evening sunshine overlooking the River Exe with a glass of something cold and pink for me and a pint of ale for my long suffering husband. We’d never been to Topsham before and were really surprised by just how lovely it is. Think Flushing near Falmouth but larger. Think Fowey but smaller with houses to die for, Boutique type shopping and plenty of Pubs and good eateries to keep everyone happy. It also has views over the estuary and reed beds beyond. There is a brilliant cycle path that takes you either to Exmouth which is 5 miles away along a tarmac trail or this same path also takes you the 5 miles in the opposite direction to the quayside at Exeter. I was starting to wish we’d brought our bikes with us and sod the race, but a table booking at “The Galley” restaurant dragged us away from people watching and onto the important task of putting calories other than alcoholic ones into my body for the following days exercise.

View over the River Exe at Topsham

The meal was superb. Scallops followed by monkfish and king prawns washed down with a lovely Pinot Grigio then to complete the meal a Tonka Bean Crème Brulee with crumble ice-cream and burnt apple. The title didn’t do it justice, just think master chef and it was divine. We left replete, nourished and took a lovely evening stroll along the riverside where the tide was in and the lights of Exmouth twinkled on the horizon. Suddenly from out of the murky water below emerged an apparition and numerous alcohol induced giggles. He was stark bollock naked and with 2 other young men, had chosen the river exe to cool off in. Time for a holiday snap I thought, so with mobile phone at the ready the two males still in the water appeared somewhat shy and remained shivering and giggling in the water. From what I saw of the first male it wasn’t worth hanging around for the photo opportunity so husband and I continued on our stroll back to the hotel.

Room heat and imminent, spontaneous, menopausal, combustion along with snoring from the room next door and live music wafting up from a venue somewhere in the distance, didn’t make for a good night sleep. Breakfast service time at the hotel would be too late for me to eat, so I came prepared and once I’d eaten my muesli my chauffer drove me the 7 or so miles to the race HQ at Tipton St John, this time via a route found on a good old fashioned map and not the Sat Nav’s selected route which we took the day before where meeting another vehicle could have been interesting.

The race HQ is in a pavilion on the village sports field where there is also a large marquee and a row of green portable toileting vestibules. A contingent of camper vans are also parked up on this field in which some race entrants have camped overnight.

I decide to make an early visit to the toilets and find them tilted slightly at an angle where falling backwards is an option, but they are very clean, pong free and remained so till the end of the event, because this is a WOMEN ONLY event and women don’t smell as bad as MEN. Slugs and snails and puppy dog tails V sugar and spice and all things nice springs to mind.

I’m soon joined by the lovely Jenny from Launceston road runners who has entered this event as it’s the only off road event being held locally and she didn’t fancy travelling up to Yorkshire on a Bank Holiday weekend for a National 100k Race. She is very petite and even though she is 13 years my senior, I cannot match her speed in a Half Marathon let alone a Full one. I recon she was once at least 5’8” like myself but years of long distance running has worn her legs away. Suddenly we are joined by Liz T of TRC which is such a lovely surprise. I must apologise to Liz as in a moment of over exuberance I give her a big hug, which I know some people might not like but my usual hugs from men of a certain age is not a possibility today.

My usual dilemma of what to wear is as bad as ever. The weather forecast states that there will be rain maybe at midday or later. The sky is grey and it’s humid so precipitation could occur at any time really. I decide to stick my “IQ reducer” on my head to keep rain off my glasses or sun off my face should it appear. I tie a lightweight waterproof jacket around my waist along with a small bum bag with phone and Kendal Mint Cake in it plus I have my trusted “Security Hanky” clenched in my fist. Both Jenny and Liz are far more hard core than me and will be running in nothing more than T-shirt and shorts, although Jenny is the only other person I know who also has a man-size security hanky at the ready.

This event isn’t just a marathon for solo runners there is also the option to run the distance in a relay of two or 4 plus there are a group of Nordic walkers who are tackling the whole distance and they set off an hour before our start time of 09:00

There appears to be some sort of group disco type warm up taking place, I turn my nose up at this as I have 26 bloody miles ahead of me in which to warm up, expending this type of energy at the start seems somewhat foolish to someone of my age. Neither Jenny nor Liz seem interested in joining in with the gyration that is taking place before us, best left to the younger females I think.

Time to gather at the start line. I have no nerves at all as I have decided today is about completing the whole distance and to treat it as a nice day out. Like I’ve said before, I’m prone to delusional thoughts so off I trot in the middle of a throng of women of various ages at a slow jog which my legs find hard to maintain, I could walk faster!

We leave the sports field, cross a road and are pointed in the direction of a level riverside path than runs alongside the River Otter. The path is sandy and pebble strewn underfoot and really very pretty, off to my right is a field of rapeseed with red poppies and blue forget-me-knots growing amongst it. It is a riot of colour but it is far too soon to stop and engage the camera on my phone.

I’m in the leading group of about 20 ladies with Jenny just ahead of me who is having to dodge flying elbows which for someone so petite are just missing her head. There is lots of chatter, the clouds have parted and the sun is out in full force. I am regretting the jacket around my waist but thankful for the “IQ reducer” upon my head, my body is slowly dissolving.

Hog weed

This path takes us to the village of Newton Poppleford where we are safely marshalled across the A3052 and back onto the riverside path. The path is still flat, hard under foot but in many places the plant life lining it is somewhat overgrown and engulfing us runners. This is where having a few men ahead to trample it all down would have been useful. The Nordic walkers have flattened some of the edges but we are having to dodge Nettles and Giant Hog Weed which I know to be a plant that should have a government health warning attached to it. It has lacy white flowers a succulent and hairy thick stem and stands as tall as me in places. The biggest problem is when you come into contact with its sap:

When giant hogweed sap, which contains photosensitizing furanocoumarins, contacts human skin in conjunction with sunlight, it can cause phytophotodermatitis – a serious skin inflammation. In brief, the sap prevents your skin from protecting itself from sunlight which leads to a very bad sunburn. Heat and moisture (sweat or dew) can worsen the skin reaction. The phototoxic reaction can begin as soon as 15 minutes after contact, with sensitivity peak between 30 minutes and two hours after contact.

It’s all very well knowing the above but when you are running on a path where there is no option but to carry on ahead and the sun is out in full force, you just have to run the gauntlet, which is what we all did. I felt the odd stinging nettle grab my hand and ankles, but I appeared to evade the Hog Weed beast or so it seemed.

The route continued along the banks of The River Otter passing the village of Otterton and then it started to climb up across fields with views to my right of the Otter Estuary and Budleigh Salterton. My “IQ reducer” is managing to soak up sweat that is seeping from my head and my security hanky is catching the rest. My body has no form of air conditioning or temperature control and I feel as if I’m about to explode. I start walking and watch the leading ladies trickle off into the distance. I’ve reached the cliffs and stunning views abound.

Now, I have a terrible fear of heights, which at times is totally irrational and drives “husband who plays golf” mad. It’s no good reasoning with me that the tall footbridge spanning the motorway is not going to collapse under my weight or that I won’t fall off the escalators that climb up the middle of a shopping centre, my fear has nothing to do with facts it’s all visual and balance orientated. It will start with tingling in my feet and lower legs. My balance will go and a surge of panic starts to emerge from the pit of my stomach much like the beasts in the film Alien. I will freeze not being able to move until someone takes hold of my hand and helps me. So there will be no holidays in Nepal or walking the Lavadas in Madeira. I won’t be going to the top of the Eifel Tower in a hurry, and so with a section of cliffs coming up that I have never visited before I feel a tad uneasy. All my fears were soon put to bed as these cliffs although high in places could be traversed along very wide grassy buttercup strewn paths and the cliff edge need never be looked over. The views are wonderful, out to sea on the right, and over rolling lush Devon countryside to my left. With blue skies and full sun it was truly stunning, but the climbs were energy sapping. My resolve was being tested and we hadn’t even reached the half way point yet

The cliff path drops down into Sidmouth and we are directed around the back of the town rather than through the middle, thus avoiding the Bank Holiday tourists in their seagull feeding, ice-cream stuffing masses. After a few twists and turns through these residential street we seem to be at the halfway point in a sports field where the solo runners keep right and the relay runners change over. I look a fraud as I casually walk through this section trying to eat a Jelly Baby and drink water. Once through this area it is onto a path alongside the River Sid through Parkland across a footbridge with a ford to its side and onto Sidford. We pick up a cycle route back out into the countryside and farm fields passing Brook Farm and Burscombe Farm and the gradient is upwards. I’m feeling knackered, my resolve has dissolved but I must push onwards and upwards.

At Burscombe Farm there is a short section of downhill which I should be grateful for, but I’m not. It hurts, the tarmac road I am on hurts my feet and my thighs are protesting. My trail shoes are just not offering enough cushioning for my tender soles. I have recently purchased some new “Hoka” trail shoes with lots of cushioning to replace the ones I am wearing but as I  haven’t been able to test them out on a long run they are sadly at home in the garage awaiting for another race.

After a short section of road where the width is only slightly wider than a car I meet a silver coloured Mercedes which decides that stopping to allow the elderly to pass is not an option they want to consider. The passenger window of this vehicle which is next to me as the car continues past is open. Do I release my inner grumpy old woman angst at the inconsiderate driver or shall I just utter some expletives and turn the air blue instead. Sadly I just don’t have the energy and all I can muster was “you could have stopped to let me pass”. I really am slipping, “Arsehole or Dickhead” are my stock cycling utterances. I’ve been known to make the odd one fingered gesture from time to time as well, but maybe with such close confines, tired legs and a hill upwards as my only escape route, caution was the most sensible stance to take.

Forest track at East Hill

The road now turns into a track leading ever upwards which then bears right at East Hill, a ridge covered in forest where there appears to be forest walks that families and dog walkers are enjoying. They have driven to this location not run/walked 15 plus hilly miles so they are full of smiles and laughter. The emotion that for me is starting to percolate through is tearfulness. Ahead are large muddy puddles where it would be just so easy to lie down and wallow like a hippopotamus but I must plod on, I only have another 11 miles to go.

The sun has been replaced by haze and the forest provides shade with a light breeze drying my sweat. My rain jacket is still tied around my waist and thankfully it is still not required.

The forest track has a few rough sections and the path is marked out by the odd bit of red and white tape attached to anything overhanging. I feel all alone in places and keep trying to remember to look up in case I miss a piece of tape and take a wrong turn. I shouldn’t have worried as more and more runners are overtaking me now so I can just follow them and hope they are going the right way. I was getting a little demoralised by just how many ladies passed me by, but then it dawned on me, that as a lot of them looked so fresh maybe they were relay runners?

At mile 20 my tearfulness feeling was emerging again. I didn’t cry but the feeling you get before bursting into tears was hanging around. Marshalls kept telling me I had climbed the last hill and it was all downhill or flat from now on. Downhill was feeling just as bad as uphill and my core and ankles were at war with me.

The Town of Ottery St Mary appeared and down its quiet streets I ran. A huge church tower came into view that looked as if it could easily belong to a cathedral, so I stopped to take a photo, chatted to a couple ladies sat in their porch drinking tea and cheering us runners on. I could have quite happily have joined them, as my body was craving hot tea, not the cold water that was being dished out at all the water stations. When I ran the Prague Half Marathon a few years ago, they actually had hot fruit tea at their feeding stations as well as the odd sample of lager.

As I pop out the other side of Ottery, Mark T, Liz’s husband appeared offering support and snapping photos of me looking my very worse. I’m not very photogenic on a good day, but at mile 22 of 26 I’m looking decidedly dog eared. He did offer me some coke, No, not to snort, and relieved me of my rain jacket, which even though very light felt like a millstone by this point. It was now back onto river paths alongside the River Otter and NO MORE HILLS. It was flat, flat, flat, through meadows full of Buttercups with the odd style to climb and Kissing gate to squeeze through. Every movement hurt, but the end was in sight.

The finishing line was back in the sports field by the pavilion in Tipton St John. A jazz band was playing, there were loads of people enjoying the festivities that were taking place and my cream tea was beckoning me. I crossed the finish line in 4hrs 50 mins feeling completely shattered. With medal placed around my neck and goody bag in my hand it was time to find that cup of tea I so dearly needed.

Two large halves of scone with jam and cream placed upon them in the Cornish style of jam first and cream on top are on my plate. Mug of tea in hand I locate a table and chair and soon Liz and Jenny join me. I have trouble eating the scones as they are acting like blotting paper inside my mouth. It takes 5 mugs of tea and two mugs of milk in order for me to finish the scones and between Liz and myself we attempt to get as much VFM from the FREE cream tea offer .

We hang around for the prize giving but only Jenny comes away with first in age cat, then its back to the hotel for more tea and a long hot shower.

All in all:

  • The route was wonderfully scenic and demanding on the legs. Anyone trail fit would love it.
  • The marshals were wonderful and water stations plentiful, but we could have done with some more nibbles and fruit on offer along the way.
  • The toilets were good with no queues.
  • There were showers which Jenny and Liz said were great and the water was roasting.
  • The goody bag was a shoe bag, technical T in purple with a few food items inside.
  • As for parking I don’t know as I didn’t use that facility but Liz and Mark did get to park their camper van on the sports field overnight with others which has to be a plus point.
  • Would I run this marathon again? Well I’ve told my husband NO, and I think in truth if I want to do another trail marathon it would be good to try something else but not in Nepal.

As for the Hog weed, this is what i’ve been left with. Thankfully just the one blister on my arm.


Transylvania 100k 2017 - Race Report

Report by Wayne Sara

Where does one begin explaining this one? Well, ever since The Plague last August this was top of my list. It’s unexplored and a place I probably wouldn’t have chosen to visit for a holiday but I’m so glad I have. Romania is stunning. Its capital city, Bucharest is a gem. So clean, friendly and cheap and with transport so easy you can go wherever you please for pennies.

On our arrival on Wednesday 17th May we found ourselves quickly exploring and enjoying the refreshments and delicacies of Bucharest. This was just a short overnight stay as we were due to travel up to Brasov by train the next day. Staying in Romania is cheap, accommodation is amazing, 4* I’d say but the rooms are huge and have it all. Breakfast is included and boy don’t they feed you and all this for less than £40…….. take my word for it! It’s good and I’m fussy.

Our travel up to Brasov started first thing on Thursday morning literally running to the station with Jon almost missing the train. But thanks to the friendly train guard we finally hauled him aboard…thank god he wasn’t entering the Race. The price of train travel ranges between £4.60 – £11 single for a 114mile journey. Trains are in good condition and actually probably more comfortable than our own.

We were joined on our journey by a runner from Devon. She’s been there and done it so it was a massive help that Vicky was able to purchase our tickets in advance and also be of help on our travels. So from the flatlands of the south out of the ground you see the emergence of the Carpathian Mountains…at this point I’m drooling with anticipation watching the mountains grow taller and taller.

After a short stop and a quick meal in the lovely town of Brasov we were off again to the coach station for our final trip of the day down to Bran. With Bran being just 18 miles away it was only 30 minutes until we pulled up in the square right outside the Castle…finally it started to sink in. Seeing the start line and signage, the heart started pumping and anticipation for Saturday grew.

We booked ourselves into our accommodation at The Transylvania Inn and what a lovely welcome we had. Asking if I was here to run they offered to open the kitchen up early and to give us a lift down to the start line. Amazing, the worries of breakfast were solved instantly.

Friday was Registration day! Oh and a tour of the castle. A special place but I was there to run!

Registration was easy, too easy really. Not a Mudcrew check I can tell you but friendly all the same. The only added bit of information was about a slight change to the route that we were told was nothing to worry about…I thought “we shall see about that!” So with number, shirt and goodie bag collected I headed back, running of course, to loosen my travel legs.

My Friday evening was sorted. Pasta was, well a child’s portion…so a trip down to town to the Italian for further fill up followed. Oh my days I was stuffed! But it was what was needed as there was some serious climbing ready for me come the morning.

The alarm clock rang out at 3:50am and it was time for breakfast before we headed down to the start line for the 4:45am deadline.

Conditions were fine, in fact shirt and shorts for me. To the sound of AC/DC ‘thunder struck’ we were off! Yes, the first mile taking us to our first climb. So from 450meters we began our climb to the summit of mount Omu that stands at 2,505 meters . Before this at about mile 8 we made our first checkpoint. The views even here were amazing after a fast and technical descent over snow, rock and mud. They looked after you just as well as you are back here with food a plenty.

Then came the big ascent…I loved every minute of this one. You’re not able to run it though. You’re climbing now and up into the clouds you go. With snow underfoot and getting steeper I grew more concerned about runners ahead of me losing their footing and taking me out. Fear not, it wasn’t long until there was rope. Now this was a help but my hands were freezing. Thankfully I think the adrenaline of it all soon sent warm blood to my fingertips.

It wasn’t long until I was up on the summit where it was cloudy and windy so the coat was on pretty quickly. At this point visibility was near Zero and mistakes in direction were happening. A well marked course in good visual conditions was soon turned up on its head and it wasn’t long till I was off on one and traversing an icy snow sheet with no idea what was up or down.

With a scream of someone disappearing down the mountain and into the clouds below I thought it was time to head up…yes! Flipping hell there it was…the trail. So, I followed the trail with two other runners, eyes firmly down on the GPS trying to find our way to the next checkpoint. Well, we did find our way…or so we thought. It happened to be the route we should have gone up after a short loop that took you down from the summit to about 1,500 meters before taking you back up to the summit again. Darn you, I missed the fast descent I was so looking forward to and took the most technical route. Luckily for us we were allowed to continue and headed back up the way we came.

With a bothersome wait before we were allowed to leave the next checkpoint I was fortunate enough to join forces with a fellow British runner. This was just the tonic I needed as I felt a bit rotten at this point but spirits were soon lifted and the climbing began again.

Back up to the summit we went and the snow and hail stones awaited. With the fresh mountain springs I was filling the water bottles with dehydration was not an issue and with it being tough for me running up at that altitude it was a steady plod to the summit. At least I wasn’t getting lost. Ha! I had already been this way so it wasn’t possible. Passing other runners arguing amongst themselves Matt and I forged forward to summit and begin the long descent down.

This was mile 21 and there was give or take 6 miles of descent. Viewing runners slide down the snowy slopes on their backside we decided to go the more conventional way. The further we went the more runnable it became but there was a surprise in store…thunder and lightning and a proper storm! Amazing! By this time I was flying down the trails to the next checkpoint at mile 28 where we picked up our drop bags and had a well earned cup of coffee.

From there it took us past the town of Busteni on muddy trails. I mean proper mud. I was on my arse a couple of times. We began to climb again, up to 2000 Meters. It felt like it went on forever. We made it…the next checkpoint was reached and it felt amazing to see the top. It was very much like Dartmoor up there, gently rolling and included 7 stream crossings and an alpine descent to a reservoir where we picked up the road for a mile before our next checkpoint.

After some pasta and yet more coffee we were off. Mile 38 up on the Garmin and we were headed up hill. We picked the pace up at the top of the climb. With the stunning vista our eyes were constantly off the ground and it wasn’t long until I stacked it. Fear not! There was no time for bleeding and the tape was out. I was soon on my way and up with Matt again. The hills kept coming and the time was ticking, it would soon be dark.

I loved this part. The sun was setting as we made our way down the mountain and into an alpine forest. I was off! Again I was looking forward to this part but with more rain falling I was slightly more cautious this time. We safely made it to one of our final checkpoints out at mile 53 where we were told we had only one small climb left…yeah…all of 850 meters of it! There was a slight change to this route due to a storm they had a couple of weeks prior so they thought it would be nice to send us up a little higher. We were told it was well marked which it was but not with reflective tape. We teamed up with a couple of European runners at this point and it helped having the extra eyes. At this point we were 10k from home with one checkpoint left…10k of hell!

We were informed that runners in front of us had removed the reflective markers so the marshals had to head back up with what ever markers they could find. Otherwise we left the checkpoint with less than 10k thinking the worst was over and with the other two runners deciding to take a break we decided to make our move. Yeah right, let’s have some more mud and a good 700meters of downhill scrambling for good measure. That final 10k probably added a good 3 hours to the overall time. With a few choice words and encouragement from Matt we made it down and on to the lanes and rather bizarrely ended up catching the other two runners who must have found a short cut.

Well that was it, we upped the tempo and pressed on for the finish. After all we didn’t want to lose to some sleepy Europeans.

With one last muddy bank to slide down and civilisation beckoning we were nearly there. A short run around the castle and 23hours later we crossed the line at 04:05 on Sunday morning.


3:10 to St Ives 2017 - Race Report

By Adrian Bolt

So this morning after thunderstorms and rain, the prospect of racing along the coast seemed less appealing, and trying to dodge holiday traffic on the A30 likewise, but as the morning drew on, it brightened up and not until the Roseworthy Dip was there any traffic hold up.

I usually do a reccy for a new race venue but this time I hadn’t ,so on arriving in Lelant promptly got a bit lost ending up between St Uny church and the golf course. Swift turnaround, straight down past the Badger pub, and along a rather narrow track riverside on to Dynamite Quay. This was a beautiful location beside the estuary, tide out but what water there was, was beautifully clear and you could see out to the beach where the start flags were placed.

It was a warm welcome from the team at registration, quite compact area, 1 gazebo, 1 van and 2 loos, lovely original bibs with the Western movie theme on them, not sure how many entries there were but soon a mixed crowd of club and social runners gathered, big contingent from Mounts Bay and Falmouth, just me and Cassi from Truro though! Fancy dress not compulsory but we had cowboys, inflatable horses, and even a red Indian!

A clear and concise briefing invited us to proceed to the start line on the beach, finding myself near the front I quickly took a few steps backwards, and let the speed merchants set the pace.

Dead on 3.10 the hooter sounded and loving the Remembrance Run, I looked forward to the first half mile on sand, surprisingly quick on this surface. Straight up the beach and round a rocky outcrop, out to a marker and double back before heading up a lovely steep dune, first there, red Indian chief, boy was he quick.

The steep dune was a taste of things to come, following the coast the terrain was quite varied , there were plenty of stepped sections both up and down, so you needed a good stride pattern, the paths were narrow and vegetated, so not much room for passing, obviously after the rain a few puddles needed negotiating, but nothing like the Max, around half way was the water station, which materialised very quickly, welcome relief as the sun was full on and around 22c, before descending on tarmac roads to the beautiful Carbis Bay Hotel whose grounds we ran through, didn’t we get some funny looks from the white gowned residents by the swimming pool.

Post Carbis Bay, it was on towards the railway bridge, a steep set of steps, and then the route followed the train tracks into St Ives, seemingly a bit more downhill than up, but not the steep drop offs of the first half of the race, if you didn’t have a head for heights then you wouldn’t have enjoyed the views of the crystal blue seas..

As we headed into St Ives the paths got a little more congested, with small dogs and children on the loose to negotiate, but once you could see Porthminster beach in all it’s glory, you knew you were nearly home. The beach was busy, the sea was busy, the cafes were busy, you could smell the sun cream, and see the half term holidaymakers.

There was a lovely downhill and flat run in to the finish, and most of the finishers had remained to cheer everyone home. You could even run down to the sea to cool your feet off at the end of the race. There were fantastic medals for finishers, spot prizes, and pasties. First man home, red Indian chief in about 21 minutes, last person home in around 60 minutes. Cassi from TRC home in front of me, I played my favourite trick of going off too fast, so got just over 38 minutes which was 2 quicker than I wanted.

The only problem was, that because you started and finished at different points, nobody at the start told those at the finish we had set off so their times were out by about 90 seconds so need to wait for official results, but there were lovely hand crafted trophies and vouchers for winners.

So, how was my first experience of a Bys Vyken event.

Positives – cost, the same or less than a Grand Prix or MTRS – location was stunning – route was a treat of so many different surfaces – organisation 95% perfect apart from the timing issue – rewards of fantastic medal, pasty etc., better than a lot of races -communication up to event, very up to date.

Negatives – parking cost at start – finding your way back to the start after finishing.

So all in all, far more positives than negatives and hopefully they’ll do this again, with more TRCers considering it. Cassi and I thoroughly enjoyed it, and I think we may both be in the top 60 finishers.

Full Results


Imerys Half Marathon 2017

Report by Hana

The week before this race I decided to pick up my mileage due to this “Old Croc” entering a trail marathon at the end of the month. Tuesday I run 6 miles before work and Wednesday as the weather is glorious I decide to take the train to work at Camborne and then run the 15 miles home at the end of my working day via Four Lanes. This run included a few Cornish Hills and very tired legs at the end of it. Maybe a rest day or two would be wise before the Imerys Half Marathon, so on Saturday Julie and I walk the St Michaels way from Penzance to St Ives, 10 beautiful miles with a couple miles on top walking to and from the station. Even large doses of red wine aren’t going to fix sore feet and aching calf muscles.

I give my legs get an evening of rest, but this is followed by a disturbed sleep due to “Old Croc” thermostatic control issues. My alarm sounds at 06:30 on race day and with eyes that don’t want to open I crawl out of bed, shower, then consume my usual porridge before cleaning the bathroom, hanging out some washing and driving to St Austell. No wonder my hair is grey and I fall asleep in front of the TV in the evenings.

Parking at the race HQ of St Austell College is plentiful, but poor “Sydney Skoda” has to traverse numerous speed humps in order to reach the top parking area where altitude sickness is a possibility. It’s free so I shouldn’t complain and the car parking Marshalls are doing a great job. I now need to negotiate lots of steps to reach the registration area inside the college building.

There are two areas, one for pre-registered runners and the other for those registering on the day. I bump into Helen D who has decided to run today, and she produces her race trainers which to describe as soggy is an understatement. She wore them yesterday checking out the route of “The Meet your Max” event and it would appear that it was rather WET! I won’t be running that one but I may pay a guest visit as a “MARSHALL”

Having collected my race number I decide to check out the toilets in the pre-registered entrant’s part of the college. I find a room with 4 cubicles and a short queue. They are clean; they have plenty of toilet rolls and are vastly better than the outdoor toilet vestibules often provided by other venues. I then wander over to the other room where the “on the day” entrants have to register and I find yet another room with similar toileting facilities of the same clean standard. I have no need to go off-piste to avoid queues, so all is good in the bladder department.

I’m not feeling very organised today. I left home in a rush and so didn’t have time to make my usual flask of coffee for post-race hydration. I can’t decide whether to wear sun glasses or not, or should I wear my “IQ” reducer instead. I’ve already decided that this race should be classed as “Getting some mileage in my legs” and not a race, which has led to one important thing………I have no pre-race NERVES!

I chat with numerous fellow runners who I have befriended over the past 10 years and end up chatting with “IS” from Bodmin road runners, when a male approaches and says “BAGGAGE”.

Is this a statement of fact or a question I wonder?

Or is he referring to me?

Now I spend Monday to Friday dealing with people who are physically inept at forming a coherent sentence, so I do my usual pause, say nothing, raise my eyebrows before saying “and”.

“IS” is ahead of the game though, and points the male in the direction of the baggage drop off point. Is it only me, but sentences seem to be so old fashion these days?

The sun is out, grey clouds are also scuttling across the sky but more importantly it isn’t raining. I opt for normal spectacles, no “IQ” reducer and scrape my fringe back in my traditional “Teletubbies” style. Today is a T-shirt and shorts day; hurrah……….hats and gloves can stay in the bag.

10:00 start time is now approaching, so I gather with everyone else outside whilst a few females perform a race warm up to music on the grass. Running 13 bl—dy miles is enough of a warm up for me, without expending unnecessary energy jiggling ones part to disco movements where there is every possibility I could actually put some part of my aging body into a position that it really isn’t meant to go into.

Pre-race briefing takes place, but I’m still chin wagging with the gathering crowd. I suddenly remember to activate my Garmin and for once it locks onto whatever satellite is passing overhead. “BANG”……..either we have a sniper on the loose, or the race has just started. We are off on the lap and half of the college building before we head out on a footpath towards the road that leads to Scredda.

Now I’m very bad a starting races with the usual problem of rushing off faster than is sensible for one so old, but today I’m chilled and I run at a sensible steady pace, which even includes overtaking a few runners ahead of me. My legs are protesting slightly, my usual irritating to others cough has come to the surface, but otherwise all’s good.

We soon bear left onto the narrow footpath that takes us out of the college grounds and the pace reduces to either a slow run or walk. I’m more than happy to walk, but the speed picks up and a tarmac surface that leads to Scredda is soon under foot.

At Scredda we are directed left onto another path and initially it appears to be the same path as in previous years, but no, this one goes downwards for a lot longer and I am in unfamiliar territory. I mention this to Diane R (marathon entrant) who is running alongside me and she seems to think this is the normal route, but the path now runs alongside the B3274 Bodmin road, and into the grounds of “Wheal Martyn”.

This is fantastic. I’ve never been here before, and the grounds are neat, well-tended and look like a great place to visit with children. I’ll have to wait for grandchildren to arrive and hopefully that won’t be any time soon.

The path takes us past a water wheel then up some steps that climb even higher, then through a dark tunnel where I have to bend slightly for fear of knocking my head. Once out the other side we are at the edge of a HUGE working clay pit, where it would be tempting to stop and look over the edge, but then again I suffer from an irrational fear of heights, so best not.

As I continue on my way, I keep hearing marshals shouting, “Come on Hana” I think this is strange as I don’t seem to recognise any of them. Maybe they have read my race reports, seen my photo, and I am a Cornish GP celebrity? I smile at them hoping my expressive eyebrows are subdued due to excessive exertion and run on by. I’m puzzled though as to why they are shouting my name. Then with the gap between me and whoever is behind me widening I realise they aren’t shouting “Hana”, no they are shouting “Hannah” hence the confusion.

I have no “man in lycra” today to take my mind off the hills and stony terrain; instead I have a young male in fluorescent top and nodding head to occupy my mind. His head bobs around like “Churchill” the nodding dog in the adverts. It’s not quite as pronounced as Paula Radcliff but he’s doing a good job at it. We reach a water station and “nodding head male” grabs a cup of water then exclaims that he seems spill most of his water and miss his mouth. We then approach the “Sponge station” and he asks me “what’s that?”

I say “sponge station” then have images of him being really disappointed that it’s not the “Victoria” variety.

As usual I decline both water energy drink and sponges. The air temperature is perfect and my body is coping without taking on liquid so I waste no time stopping in order that the drinks offered make it into my mouth.

The route takes us up high in the clay workings with fantastic views over Indian Queens and Fraddon where I can see a very black cloud spilling large volumes of water onto the ground below. As we traverse this path the view then opens out over the sea around St Austell area.

We soon exit the Clay workings, where a marshal dressed as an Oil Sheik or Pharaoh see’s us across the road with a sign saying, “Hope you enjoyed the clay pyramids?”

My legs are still coping really well with the predominantly trail route and I’m even racing down the stony slopes apart from one, where the male ahead takes a short slide in some muddy gloop but remains upright. I decide to slow to a walk for a few yards and then off I go again, with the words “Come on Hannah” still sounding wherever there are supporters lining the route, but Hannah, is still behind Hana!!!

Nice pose Sue

Before too long we are back onto the road and the last two miles of this race. I’m still going at a good pace for me, my lungs are not protesting and I’ve overtaken a couple male runners. I know that there is one last slight grind before the downhill finish, but even that doesn’t trouble me today. Surely this can’t last?

But last it does. I’m now on the narrow footpath that took us out of the college grounds and then the tarmac slope to the finish line. I overtake the male ahead of me, but he is not having it. We are now having a full on sprint to the finish line and sadly I come second in this personal race. What is even better is that having pushed myself really hard, my stomach isn’t trying to force my breakfast onto the ground ahead of me.

I collect my medal, grab some water and a goody bag, and then head for the table of free fruit where I feast upon watermelon, orange segments and pineapple. The sunshine is still out; I grab a cup of tea and chat with Helen, Liz and Revis before the results and presentations. I hear from a source I can’t disclose, that one runner has been disqualified for joining the race on the second lap of the college circuit hoping to not be caught out. How bad is but NO WINE! “Husband who plays golf” will be disappointed. I have a glass trophy to stick on the bookcase, but I rather have something glass to go on the wine rack!

So all in all:

  • Race Venue: Good, but lacks showers.
  • Baggage drop: Brilliant, manned by young girls of about 10 or 12 years who had it working like clockwork.
  • Parking: Plentiful and FREE.
  • Marshals: Brilliant. You could not get lost.
  • TOILETS: College building facilities that were clean, and the queues short.
  • Route: Predominately trail with fewer roads than in previous years. The route has changed and for the better in my eyes with great views and interesting terrain. There are hills, but it wouldn’t be a true Cornish event without them!
  • Will I run it again: I think I probably will, as it’s so good running on trails that I don’t have access to, or wouldn’t normally drive to.

 


2017 Imerys Half Marathon Results

Results in XLS and PDF format

Position Time Name Team Category Pace No
1 1:25:57 WILLIAMS, Simon S St Austell Running Club Male Vet 40-44 06:33.5 573
2 1:27:43 BARNET, James Falmouth Road Runners Male under 35 06:41.6 584
3 1:28:02 FLETCHER, Steve Plymouth Harriers Male under 35 06:43.1 627
4 1:30:16 STRACHAN, Steven Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 06:53.3 541
5 1:30:24 SAWFORD, Paul Carn Runners Male Vet 50-54 06:53.9 804
6 1:30:32 RICHARDS, Gary Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 45-49 06:54.5 578
7 1:30:38 MATTOCK, Dave   Male Vet 45-49 06:55.0 829
8 1:30:56 CUTLAN, James St Austell Running Club Male under 35 06:56.4 633
9 1:31:46 HODKIN, David Kirkstall Harriers Male under 35 07:00.2 552
10 1:31:56 WILLIAMS, Dan Cornwall AC Male Vet 40-44 07:00.9 717
11 1:32:21 PAULL, Emma Hayle Runners Female under 35 07:02.8 503
12 1:34:22 MANCER, Jez St Austell Running Club Male Vet 45-49 07:12.1 515
13 1:34:38 BOHANE, Betty   Female under 35 07:13.3 567
14 1:34:59 PLAGER, Ed   Male under 35 07:14.9 508
15 1:35:39 RAMSDEN, Clive Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 07:18.0 836
16 1:35:46 HUTCHESON, Mark Bude Rats Male Vet 50-54 07:18.5 636
17 1:35:52 YOULDEN, Jamie St Austell Running Club Male Vet 35-39 07:19.0 775
18 1:36:20 PAYTON, Alexandra St Austell Running Club Female under 35 07:21.1 543
19 1:36:39 LITTLEJOHNS, Mark Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 45-49 07:22.5 857
20 1:37:16 RENDLE, Steve Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 45-49 07:25.4 800
21 1:38:38 DEWYNTER, Alison Royal Navy AC Female Vet 45-49 07:31.6 622
22 1:38:58 JEPSON, Aidan   Male Vet 35-39 07:33.1 538
23 1:39:03 SOLE, John Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 35-39 07:33.5 672
24 1:39:31 BURGESS, Kathryn Cornwall AC Female Vet 40-44 07:35.7 837
25 1:39:34 BROWN, Craig   Male Vet 40-44 07:35.9 850
26 1:39:34 WATSON, Robin Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 50-54 07:35.9 768
27 1:39:43 HOWARD, Jamie South West Road Runner Male Vet 35-39 07:36.6 659
28 1:40:07 ULLMAN, Chris East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 45-49 07:38.4 808
29 1:40:16 KEY, Andrew   Male under 35 07:39.1 649
30 1:41:33 CHEU, Daniel Plymouth Harriers Male under 35 07:45.0 855
31 1:41:39 CARKEEK, Nick   Male Vet 50-54 07:45.4 693
32 1:41:42 SAUNDERS, Mark   Male Vet 40-44 07:45.7 769
33 1:41:59 HARTILL, Taylor Bodmin Road Runners Male under 35 07:47.0 700
34 1:42:37 CHASE, Andy St Austell Running Club Male under 35 07:49.9 514
35 1:43:05 WALKER, Iain St Austell Running Club Male Vet 60-64 07:52.0 738
36 1:43:07 TAPHOUSE, Joshua Bodmin Road Runners Male under 35 07:52.2 689
37 1:43:32 COCKINGS, Rob Mud Crew Trail Runners Male Vet 50-54 07:54.1 843
38 1:43:38 JOHNSON, Paul St Austell Running Club Male under 35 07:54.5 696
39 1:43:40 JACKSON, Brett St Austell Running Club Male under 35 07:54.7 512
40 1:43:42 LUCKHURST, Will Hayle Runners Male Vet 45-49 07:54.8 1422
41 1:43:54 HAINES, Carla   Female under 35 07:55.7 666
42 1:44:31 BOON, Andy Truro Running Club Male Vet 35-39 07:58.6 644
43 1:44:32 GILES, Alan   Male under 35 07:58.6 502
44 1:44:34 DAVIS, Megan Newquay Road Runners Female under 35 07:58.8 845
45 1:44:50 DANIELL, Jamie   Male under 35 08:00.0 853
46 1:45:06 CROWLE, Revis East Cornwall Harriers Female Vet 55-59 08:01.2 662
47 1:45:15 GWYNNE, Paul Mud Crew Trail Runners Male Vet 50-54 08:01.9 549
48 DISQUALIFIED DID NOT RUN THE WHOLE COURSE          
49 1:45:38 HICKS, Nigel   Male Vet 50-54 08:03.7 679
50 1:45:42 PORTASS, Ross Tamar Trotters Male Vet 40-44 08:04.0 854
51 1:45:46 TOSIC, Richard Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 45-49 08:04.3 723
52 1:45:57 HILTON, Stuart   Male under 35 08:05.1 778
53 1:46:12 CROWLE, Ian East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 55-59 08:06.3 663
54 1:46:21 BOLAND, Sancos   Male Vet 35-39 08:07.0 816
55 1:46:23 WILLSHIRE, Simon Bude Rats Male Vet 45-49 08:07.1 673
56 1:46:39 DAVIES, Richard Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 50-54 08:08.3 838
57 1:46:46 LLOYD, James Truro Running Club Male Vet 40-44 08:08.9 608
58 1:46:50 PATERSON, Andrew Falmouth Road Runners Male under 35 08:09.2 722
59 1:46:53 HUTCHINSON, Rob Truro Running Club Male under 35 08:09.4 619
60 1:47:09 MITCHELL, Clement   Male under 35 08:10.6 840
61 1:47:22 EAVES, Scott   Male under 35 08:11.6 668
62 1:47:30 HUSBAND, Jamie East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 35-39 08:12.2 645
63 1:48:09 ALSEPT, James   Male Vet 40-44 08:15.2 759
64 1:49:00 ALDIS, Phil Bude Rats Male Vet 55-59 08:19.1 646
65 1:49:15 OWEN, Mark St Austell Running Club Male Vet 40-44 08:20.2 755
66 1:49:46 GAULD, Matthew   Male Vet 40-44 08:22.6 842
67 1:49:53 EVANS, Malcolm   Male Vet 40-44 08:23.1 823
68 1:50:06 SNEYD, Paul Hayle Runners Male Vet 50-54 08:24.1 548
69 1:50:07 TUNISON, Kevin   Male Vet 35-39 08:24.2 697
70 1:50:09 BRAY, Vivian Cornwall AC Male Vet 50-54 08:24.4 844
71 1:50:13 MORSE, Helen East Cornwall Harriers Female under 35 08:24.7 809
72 1:50:19 STITTLE, Edward   Male under 35 08:25.1 500
73 1:50:21 MOSSOP, Emma Falmouth Road Runners Female Vet 40-44 08:25.3 812
74 1:50:30 PASCOE, Thomas   Male under 35 08:26.0 613
75 1:50:33 MORAN, Tim Carn Runners Male Vet 35-39 08:26.2 652
76 1:50:34 ROBINSON, Nick Torbay AC Male Vet 40-44 08:26.3 824
77 1:50:37 YOUNG, Andy St Austell Running Club Male Vet 55-59 08:26.5 563
78 1:50:41 ALLEN, Peter Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 55-59 08:26.8 599
79 1:50:46 CROWLE, Ben Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 35-39 08:27.2 715
80 1:50:49 PARKS, Jason   Male Vet 35-39 08:27.4 733
81 1:50:57 PERRETT, Simon South West Road Runner Male Vet 40-44 08:28.0 615
82 1:51:15 DODWELL, Helen Truro Running Club Female Vet 40-44 08:29.4 820
83 1:51:44 EASTERBROOK, Joe Mounts Bay Harriers Male under 35 08:31.6 616
84 1:52:06 TOMS, Mark   Male Vet 50-54 08:33.3 569
85 1:52:09 DE ZORZI, Dino St Austell Running Club Male Vet 45-49 08:33.5 664
86 1:52:19 HARTILL, Gail Bodmin Road Runners Female Vet 40-44 08:34.3 699
87 1:52:38 STANFORD, Joseph Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 08:35.7 780
88 1:52:44 WILSON, Glenn Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 45-49 08:36.2 614
89 1:52:50 HALL, Barry Portishead RC Male Vet 45-49 08:36.6 517
90 1:52:55 DAVIES, Louis   Male under 35 08:37.0 782
91 1:52:59 BOSWELL, Guy Plymouth Musketeers Male Vet 50-54 08:37.3 805
92 1:53:15 SWEET, Kerry St Austell Running Club Female under 35 08:38.6 610
93 1:53:21 HUGHES, Alan Bodmin Road Runners Male under 35 08:39.0 674
94 1:53:25 MITCHELL, Julian   Male Vet 35-39 08:39.3 681
95 1:53:38 PIEROTTI, Dylan Newquay Road Runners Male under 35 08:40.3 802
96 1:53:39 CLITHEROW, Hana Truro Running Club Female Vet 50-54 08:40.4 651
97 1:53:45 ROBBINS, Jason   Male Vet 35-39 08:40.8 629
98 1:53:49 MATTHEWS, Nick   Male under 35 08:41.2 657
99 1:54:09 HOSKEN, Richard   Male Vet 35-39 08:42.7 746
100 1:54:51 HOWARTH, Tom   Male under 35 08:45.9 675
101 1:54:55 HARRIS, Andy   Male Vet 45-49 08:46.2 789
102 1:55:06 CARDEN, Joe   Male Vet 35-39 08:47.0 785
103 1:55:11 CUTLAN, Hannah St Austell Running Club Female under 35 08:47.4 634
104 1:55:29 SPEAKE, David St Austell Running Club Male Vet 40-44 08:48.8 1424
105 1:55:31 SHAPLAND, Nick   Male Vet 40-44 08:48.9 726
106 1:55:41 ROWETT, Gavin   Male Vet 35-39 08:49.7 751
107 1:55:49 HARRIS, Natalie   Female under 35 08:50.3 790
108 1:56:05 IBBETT, Harriet   Female under 35 08:51.5 536
109 1:56:32 BRYDON, James Bodmin Road Runners Male under 35 08:53.6 621
110 1:57:00 HOLLINGDALE, Ross   Male Vet 35-39 08:55.7 545
111 1:57:11 WILSON, Michael Truro Running Club Male Vet 55-59 08:56.6 849
112 1:57:18 TODD, Claire St Austell Running Club Female Vet 45-49 08:57.1 698
113 1:57:24 STONE, Joshua   Male under 35 08:57.6 729
114 1:57:31 SOLOMON, Pam Bodmin Road Runners Female Vet 55-59 08:58.1 703
115 1:58:09 COLLIER, Stephen South West Road Runner Male Vet 40-44 09:01.0 631
116 1:58:10 TREBILCOCK, Liz Truro Running Club Female Vet 50-54 09:01.1 752
117 1:58:10 LEA, Adrian   Male Vet 45-49 09:01.1 773
118 1:58:13 TOHER, Sandra   Female Vet 35-39 09:01.3 776
119 1:58:19 RYAN, Simon Tamar Trotters Male Vet 40-44 09:01.8 830
120 1:58:25 PALIN, Malcolm   Male Vet 60-64 09:02.2 852
121 1:58:42 KNIGHT, Mark St Austell Running Club Male Vet 40-44 09:03.5 603
122 1:58:45 WILLIAMS, Sion   Male Vet 50-54 09:03.7 623
123 1:59:29 MOORE, Thomas Truro Running Club Male Vet 35-39 09:07.1 767
124 1:59:40 STACEY, Hayley East Cornwall Harriers Female Vet 35-39 09:07.9 596
125 1:59:46 BEST, Rod   Male Vet 45-49 09:08.4 526
126 1:59:54 ROWE, Kerri Bodmin Road Runners Female Vet 35-39 09:09.0 731
127 2:00:05 WILLIAMS, Lee   Male Vet 40-44 09:09.8 635
128 2:00:07 CRIDDLE, Dan Plymouth Musketeers Male Vet 35-39 09:10.0 701
129 2:00:16 WEBB, Jane   Female Vet 50-54 09:10.7 762
130 2:00:21 COCKSEDGE, Zoe Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 45-49 09:11.1 730
131 2:00:39 NICHOLLS, Meeta East Cornwall Harriers Female Vet 40-44 09:12.4 590
132 2:00:46 HOWELL, Tom Mile High Male under 35 09:13.0 851
133 2:00:47 LITTLEWOOD, Louise East Cornwall Harriers Female Vet 45-49 09:13.1 598
134 2:00:54 WILCOX, David Truro Running Club Male Vet 40-44 09:13.6 821
135 2:00:56 TEOTTO, Andrea Faville Running Male Vet 40-44 09:13.7 640
136 2:01:17 COCKCROFT, Adrian   Male Vet 40-44 09:15.3 732
137 2:01:21 KNUCKEY, Nigel Truro Running Club Male Vet 60-64 09:15.6 831
138 2:01:29 BILLS, Gareth   Male Vet 40-44 09:16.3 714
139 2:01:57 THOMAS, Helen Carn Runners Female Vet 45-49 09:18.4 588
140 2:02:02 RICHER, Mike   Male under 35 09:18.8 712
141 2:02:15 UDY, Beth   Female under 35 09:19.8 781
142 2:02:22 STEPHENS, Emma Bodmin Road Runners Female under 35 09:20.3 624
143 2:02:39 BUNCE, Richard Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 55-59 09:21.6 609
144 2:02:56 PASCOE, Anna Mud Crew Trail Runners Female Vet 35-39 09:22.9 787
145 2:03:33 JEFFREY-JONES, Monique Bodmin Womens RC Female Vet 45-49 09:25.7 748
146 2:03:53 MADDERN, Dean   Male Vet 40-44 09:27.2 815
147 2:03:58 BERRY, Andrew East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 50-54 09:27.6 702
148 2:03:58 STONE, John   Male Vet 55-59 09:27.6 707
149 2:04:05 WALSH, Ellie   Female under 35 09:28.2 744
150 2:04:20 ROWE, Melissa St Austell Running Club Female Vet 40-44 09:29.3 810
151 2:04:35 BEDFORD, Penny   Female Vet 40-44 09:30.5 595
152 2:04:38 CHAPPELL, Zoe St Petrocs Dragons Tri Club Female Vet 45-49 09:30.7 760
153 2:04:56 DREW, Peter Carn Runners Male Vet 65-69 09:32.1 753
154 2:05:08 HILL, Lorraine Ealing Eagles Female Vet 45-49 09:33.0 704
155 2:05:15 WALL, Kate   Female Vet 35-39 09:33.5 510
156 2:05:18 BALL, Nathan   Male under 35 09:33.7 817
157 2:05:46 BRADISH, Chris   Male Vet 65-69 09:35.9 766
158 2:05:53 CATNACH, Alison Looe Pioneers Female Vet 40-44 09:36.4 827
159 2:05:53 BAILLIE, Pete   Male Vet 35-39 09:36.4 523
160 2:06:19 WILKES, Judith Falmouth Road Runners Female Vet 50-54 09:38.4 724
161 2:06:29 SPARKES, Vicki Bodmin Road Runners Female under 35 09:39.2 650
162 2:06:30 RICHARDS, Emma Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 35-39 09:39.2 576
163 2:06:39 BULLOCK, Katie Newquay Road Runners Female under 35 09:39.9 537
164 2:07:02 HODKIN, Alison Reading AC Female under 35 09:41.7 671
165 2:07:02 MENSING, Claire Truro Running Club Female Vet 40-44 09:41.7 687
166 2:07:12 IRWIN, Karen   Female Vet 45-49 09:42.4 741
167 2:07:13 JONES, Stephen   Male Vet 35-39 09:42.5 574
168 2:07:22 COLTON-TAYLOR, Mark Truro Running Club Male Vet 55-59 09:43.2 747
169 2:07:32 PAGE, Nick   Male Vet 50-54 09:44.0 530
170 2:07:33 GRIFFITHS, Bea   Female Vet 40-44 09:44.0 677
171 2:07:48 PARTRIDGE, Graham South West Road Runner Male Vet 60-64 09:45.2 669
172 2:07:51 HILL, Sarah Newquay Road Runners Female Vet 45-49 09:45.4 822
173 2:08:09 BALDWIN, Mike Hayle Runners Male Vet 50-54 09:46.8 643
174 2:08:36 VICARY, Darren St Austell Running Club Male under 35 09:48.8 562
175 2:08:48 FAUST, Lisa   Female under 35 09:49.8 661
176 2:08:52 CHAN, Stephen   Male Vet 35-39 09:50.1 777
177 2:09:09 WEAVILL, Heather Team Bath AC Female Vet 50-54 09:51.4 750
178 2:09:26 BARKER, Lee   Male Vet 50-54 09:52.7 814
179 2:09:35 HILL, Jeremy St Austell Running Club Male Vet 35-39 09:53.4 680
180 2:09:45 WILSHER, Rachael Bodmin Road Runners Female Vet 50-54 09:54.1 647
181 2:09:51 SLOGGETT, Paul   Male Vet 40-44 09:54.6 682
182 2:10:05 GRAY, David   Male Vet 35-39 09:55.6 501
183 2:10:23 IRWIN, Mike   Male Vet 50-54 09:57.0 742
184 2:10:41 STEWART, Juliet Truro Running Club Female Vet 50-54 09:58.4 716
185 2:10:57 MASKELL, Melanie St Austell Running Club Female Vet 45-49 09:59.6 770
186 2:10:58 SOUTHGATE, Martin   Male Vet 45-49 09:59.7 618
187 2:11:07 HEAD, Martin Bere Alston Trekkers Male Vet 45-49 10:00.4 692
188 2:11:30 MARKS, Stacie St Austell Running Club Female under 35 10:02.1 798
189 2:11:57 CUTLAN, Mick St Austell Running Club Male Vet 45-49 10:04.2 690
190 2:12:08 BOWMAN, Kirsty Teignbridge Trotters Female under 35 10:05.0 784
191 2:12:09 BARRETT, Andrew   Male Vet 50-54 10:05.1 519
192 2:12:17 BELLINGHAM, David   Male Vet 50-54 10:05.7 848
193 2:12:30 GREGORY, Amy Newquay Road Runners Female under 35 10:06.7 656
194 2:12:30 CARTER, Anna   Female under 35 10:06.7 670
195 2:12:31 SYKES, Sue Truro Running Club Female Vet 55-59 10:06.8 832
196 2:13:07 BROAS, Cheryl Looe Pioneers Female Vet 55-59 10:09.5 828
197 2:13:25 DEAN, Jon   Male Vet 40-44 10:10.9 739
198 2:13:33 DAVIS, Steve Plymouth Musketeers Male Vet 55-59 10:11.5 772
199 2:13:45 LYDALL, Denise Falmouth Road Runners Female Vet 45-49 10:12.4 721
200 2:13:51 TAMBLYN, Mark Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 55-59 10:12.9 818
201 2:14:03 LEAN, David East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 55-59 10:13.8 765
202 2:14:03 QUELCH, Jonathan East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 45-49 10:13.8 737
203 2:14:05 HUTCHINSON, Kerrie   Female under 35 10:14.0 794
204 2:14:05 WILKINS, Anna   Female under 35 10:14.0 795
205 2:14:19 HOBBS, Tom   Male Vet 35-39 10:15.0 749
206 2:14:23 SKYBA, Joanna St Austell Running Club Female under 35 10:15.3 771
207 2:14:48 RINGER, Ian Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 70+ 10:17.2 676
208 2:14:55 TREGIDGO, Steve St Austell Running Club Male Vet 35-39 10:17.8 764
209 2:15:08 COPE, Jackie Falmouth Road Runners Female Vet 60-64 10:18.8 718
210 2:15:56 STORER, Jonathan   Male Vet 50-54 10:22.4 568
211 2:15:56 LARHAM, Christopher   Male under 35 10:22.4 779
212 2:16:01 STEPONKUTE, Virginija   Female under 35 10:22.8 571
213 2:16:12 CHAPMAN, Miles   Male Vet 50-54 10:23.7 1452
214 2:16:14 BLACKBEARD, Marie St Austell Running Club Female Vet 50-54 10:23.8 1443
215 2:16:15 BLAKE, David   Male Vet 50-54 10:23.9 639
216 2:16:16 KNIGHT, Anne Marie St Austell Running Club Female Vet 40-44 10:24.0 604
217 2:16:24 POWER, Melanie Macclesfield Harriers AC Female Vet 45-49 10:24.6 626
218 2:16:43 PEARCE, Ryan   Male under 35 10:26.0 819
219 2:16:52 BURROWS, Robert Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 60-64 10:26.7 734
220 2:16:59 GROVE, Alison Eastleigh Running Club Female Vet 50-54 10:27.2 528
221 2:17:03 STEWART, Doug   Male Vet 40-44 10:27.5 547
222 2:17:04 MAYWOOD, Bryan Looe Pioneers Male Vet 50-54 10:27.6 835
223 2:17:21 HILL, Jessica   Female under 35 10:28.9 811
224 2:17:31 BOHANE, Davina Truro Running Club Female Vet 55-59 10:29.7 575
225 2:17:35 GOATMAN, Charlotte Bodmin Womens RC Female under 35 10:30.0 630
226 2:17:46 DYER, Adam   Male under 35 10:30.8 743
227 2:18:03 NICHOLS, Kim Teignbridge Trotters Female Vet 50-54 10:32.1 711
228 2:18:21 TRETHEWEY, Martin St Austell Running Club Male Vet 45-49 10:33.5 683
229 2:18:38 NADAUD, Julia St Austell Running Club Female Vet 35-39 10:34.8 807
230 2:18:39 GORDON, Christopher   Male Vet 35-39 10:34.9 801
231 2:18:55 WILTON, David Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 60-64 10:36.1 725
232 2:20:00 REED, Michael Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 50-54 10:41.1 825
233 2:20:05 DURKIN, Aisling   Female Vet 35-39 10:41.4 678
234 2:20:18 MORSE, Jackie Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 55-59 10:42.4 531
235 2:21:02 EDENS, Sam   Female under 35 10:45.8 786
236 2:21:05 SCARFE, Jackie   Female Vet 55-59 10:46.0 648
237 2:21:18 BASON, Nicola   Female Vet 40-44 10:47.0 542
238 2:21:22 CATNACH, Peter Looe Pioneers Male Vet 55-59 10:47.3 826
239 2:21:30 EVANS, Alun Hayle Runners Male Vet 45-49 10:47.9 660
240 2:22:21 JAGO, Christopher   Male Vet 40-44 10:51.8 856
241 2:22:41 PASCOE, Christopher   Male Vet 55-59 10:53.3 736
242 2:23:03 KELLY, Debbie Bodmin Womens RC Female Vet 45-49 10:55.0 535
243 2:23:04 ENTWISTLE, Sarah   Female under 35 10:55.1 601
244 2:23:18 GUEST, Joanne   Female Vet 35-39 10:56.2 708
245 2:23:18 HOLLINGDALE, Tanya   Female Vet 35-39 10:56.2 544
246 2:23:43 ROBERTS, Helen Tamar Trotters Female Vet 45-49 10:58.1 592
247 2:24:06 MORSE, Nicky Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 55-59 10:59.8 532
248 2:24:24 MITCHELL, Sally   Female Vet 35-39 11:01.2 793
249 2:24:46 DAVIES, Sarah Newquay Road Runners Female Vet 40-44 11:02.9 839
250 2:24:49 SPEAKE, Georgina St Austell Running Club Female Vet 35-39 11:03.1 513
251 2:24:53 BEALE, Sami   Female under 35 11:03.4 546
252 2:25:23 MADDAFORD, Matthew   Male under 35 11:05.7 713
253 2:25:25 GILBERT, Lizzie   Female under 35 11:05.9 813
254 2:26:05 BOWMAN, Sharon Teignbridge Trotters Female Vet 50-54 11:08.9 783
255 2:26:30 CHAPLIN-FISHER, Barry Itchen Spitfires RC Male under 35 11:10.8 757
256 2:27:07 JENNINGS, Jane   Female Vet 40-44 11:13.6 78
257 2:27:08 JENNINGS, Neil   Male Vet 40-44 11:13.7 79
258 2:27:42 FORSTER, Shelly Avon Valley Runners Female Vet 40-44 11:16.3 507
259 2:27:43 DICKINSON, Laura   Female Vet 35-39 11:16.4 12
260 2:27:43 CAFF, Wayne Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 45-49 11:16.4 846
261 2:27:57 BOOTH, Denise Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 40-44 11:17.5 617
262 2:27:59 GODWARD, David   Male under 35 11:17.6 533
263 2:28:05 WOTHERSPOON, Lewis   Male under 35 11:18.1 792
264 2:28:09 JAMIESON, Sandy Carn Runners Female Vet 65-69 11:18.4 559
265 2:28:28 BONFIELD, Kevin   Male Vet 50-54 11:19.8 55
266 2:28:28 BONFIELD, Nicky   Female Vet 50-54 11:19.8 56
267 2:28:39 HEYWOOD, Peter Looe Pioneers Male Vet 70+ 11:20.7 834
268 2:29:03 THOMSON, Rachel Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 50-54 11:22.5 534
269 2:29:38 BAILEY, Joshua   Male Vet 45-49 11:25.2 847
270 2:29:41 HART, Hannah   Female Vet 35-39 11:25.4 607
271 2:29:41 RICHES, Hannah   Female under 35 11:25.4 605
272 2:29:42 BAKER, James   Male Vet 35-39 11:25.5 606
273 2:30:06 FRANCIS, Mel Plymouth Musketeers Female under 35 11:27.3 706
274 2:30:18 HUTCHESON, Jane Bude Rats Female Vet 55-59 11:28.2 637
275 2:30:24 BROWN, Roger Mud Crew Trail Runners Male Vet 50-54 11:28.7 774
276 2:30:49 MCCULLOUGH, Lyndsey St Austell Running Club Female under 35 11:30.6 565
277 2:30:51 RUSSELL, Barry St Austell Running Club Male Vet 35-39 11:30.7 756
278 2:31:23 MOUNTER, David Carn Runners Male Vet 65-69 11:33.2 694
279 2:31:31 WHITE, Tom   Male Vet 40-44 11:33.8 586
280 2:31:31 SAMUELS, Paul   Male Vet 50-54 11:33.8 587
281 2:31:31 BARDSLEY, David   Male under 35 11:33.8 685
282 2:31:55 BALDWIN, Jo Hastings Female Vet 40-44 11:35.6 841
283 2:31:56 RODDA, Joanne St Austell Running Club Female Vet 45-49 11:35.7 15
284 2:32:27 WATKINS, Yvonne Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 55-59 11:38.1 797
285 2:33:04 FAULDS, Amy   Female under 35 11:40.9 579
286 2:34:19 LUCAS, Andrew St Austell Running Club Male Vet 50-54 11:46.6 803
287 2:34:55 WALROND, Nigel   Male Vet 45-49 11:49.4 611
288 2:35:24 BARRETT, Renee Portishead RC Female Vet 50-54 11:51.6 518
289 2:35:24 HOLT, Caroline Portishead RC Female Vet 50-54 11:51.6 516
290 2:35:43 PANES, Bernadette   Female Vet 50-54 11:53.0 550
291 2:35:43 PANES, Richard   Male Vet 50-54 11:53.0 551
292 2:36:05 JAMESON, Judy Carn Runners Female Vet 55-59 11:54.7 754
293 2:36:19 HADFIELD, Dawn St Austell Running Club Female Vet 45-49 11:55.8 560
294 2:37:19 ROPER, Helen Tamar Trotters Female Vet 40-44 12:00.3 788
295 2:37:22 SUTTON, Ali Newquay Road Runners Female Vet 35-39 12:00.6 665
296 2:37:23 WHETTER, Emily   Female Vet 35-39 12:00.7 570
297 2:38:17 KINGTON, Norris Cornwall AC Male Vet 70+ 12:04.8 710
298 2:38:44 BUSE, Zoe Bodmin Road Runners Female Vet 40-44 12:06.8 564
299 2:38:57 BEARMAN, Nick   Male under 35 12:07.8 806
300 2:42:55 LOOSLEY, Alison St Austell Running Club Female Vet 45-49 12:26.0 758
301 2:43:10 WADE, Margaret Carn Runners Female Vet 65-69 12:27.1 555
302 2:43:19 DUDLEY, Michelle St Austell Running Club Female Vet 45-49 12:27.8 761
303 2:43:28 COX, Alison Bodmin Womens RC Female Vet 50-54 12:28.5 709
304 2:43:56 WEBB, Tabi Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 35-39 12:30.6 511
305 2:45:00 MENZIES, Roger Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 45-49 12:35.5 791
306 2:46:09 GARNER, Claire Greenwich Runners Female Vet 45-49 12:40.8 597
307 2:48:06 KHAN, Babs   Female Vet 50-54 12:49.7 524
308 2:50:53 SMITH, Daniel   Male Vet 35-39 13:02.5 557
309 02:50:53 MORRIS, Victoria   Female under 35 13:03.2 558
310 2:51:07 ANDREWS, George Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 65-69 13:03.5 653
311 2:52:56 NICHOLLS, Tracey Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 50-54 13:11.9 667
312 2:53:04 ANDREWS, Greta Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 40-44 13:12.5 654
313 2:54:37 TURNER, Mark   Male Vet 40-44 13:19.6 688
314 2:55:06 WARREN-NICHOLLS, Richard   Male Vet 40-44 13:21.8 833
315 2:55:11 TREWEEK, Paul Truro Running Club Male Vet 55-59 13:22.2 799
316 2:55:50 WILLIAMS, Jayne   Female Vet 40-44 13:25.1 628
317 2:56:18 WYATT, Liz St Austell Running Club Female Vet 45-49 13:27.3 632
318 2:58:20 MITCHELL, Richard   Male Vet 60-64 13:36.6 763
319 2:58:43 HEAD, Hilary Bere Alston Trekkers Female Vet 50-54 13:38.3 691
320 2:59:21 SLATER, Kirstie Truro Running Club Female Vet 40-44 13:41.2 728
321 2:59:22 CROWLE, Jonathan Truro Running Club Male Vet 40-44 13:41.3 727
322 2:59:37 LAWRENCE, Steven Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 60-64 13:42.5 720
323 3:00:48 TAPHOUSE, Lesley Bodmin Road Runners Female Vet 55-59 13:47.9 612
324 3:01:56 GARRARD, David Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 70+ 13:53.1 719
325 3:02:23 POOLE, Wendy St Austell Running Club Female Vet 55-59 13:55.1 509
326 3:04:09 HAMBLEY, Sharon Bodmin Womens RC Female Vet 50-54 14:03.2 735
327 3:05:49 MALLAS, Louise   Female Vet 55-59 14:10.9 506
328 3:06:33 BLIGHT, Mandy St Austell Running Club Female Vet 60-64 14:14.2 505
329 3:06:33 WEBBER, Sharon St Austell Running Club Female Vet 45-49 14:14.2 504


TRC Wednesday Night Programme May and June 2017.

Weds 3rd. May – St. Clement Loops (4 miles,5.2miles,6.7miles or 7.6 miles ) or Trail run or performance session

Weds 10th. May – Max Tasters – Improvers 4.4 miles(Easier) and Advanced 6.7 miles (but Tougher) or Scawswater Runs (4/6/8 Miles) or performance session.

Weds 17th. May – Trelissick Trail Runs (4/6/9 Miles) or 8 miles Trail Run to Devoran or downhill running technique.

Weds 24th. May – Out and Back run for 15/20/25 minutes on Newham Trail or Max Taster 7.5 Miles or Track session.

Weds 31st. May – St. Clements Loops (4/5.2/6.7/7.6 Miles) or Track session.

Weds 7th. June – Full Max Rehearsal 6.7 miles or Park and Park Farm Runs (about 4 miles) or Track session.

Weds 14th June – Full Max Rehearsal 6.7 Miles or St. Clement Loops (4/5.2/6.7/7.6) or Track Session.

Weds 21st. June – Meet Your Max . No Club Run Tonight.

Weds 28th. June – Video Workshop with Lou Nicholettos. Half Marathon Tasters or Scawswater Runs (4/6/8 Miles) or Faster Running Session on Malpas Route (4/8 Miles) or Track Session.


Trevornick 10 - Results 2017

Results in XLS and PDF

Position Time Name Team Category Pace
1 0:59:45 CLAY, Jordan Cornwall AC Male under 35 05:58.4
2 1:01:51 DOBSON, Jacob Falmouth Road Runners Male under 35 06:11.0
3 1:02:22 MORANT, Jordan Hayle Runners Male under 35 06:14.1
4 1:02:33 WHEAR, Paul Cornwall AC Male Vet 45-49 06:15.2
5 1:02:53 CARTHEY, Tom Falmouth Road Runners Male under 35 06:17.2
6 1:03:20 MCWILLIAMS, John Mounts Bay Harriers Male under 35 06:19.9
7 1:04:13 GOODWAY, Dan Truro Running Club Male under 35 06:25.2
8 1:04:40 KIRTON, James Truro Running Club Male under 35 06:27.9
9 1:04:58 WILLIAMS, Simon S St Austell Running Club Male Vet 40-44 06:29.7
10 1:05:20 WHERRY, Steve Hayle Runners Male Vet 50-54 06:31.9
11 1:05:38 SALAMONE, Craig Cornwall AC Male under 35 06:33.7
12 1:06:23 KNOWLES, Simon Hayle Runners Male Vet 40-44 06:38.2
13 1:06:43 ABRAHAM, Scott Hayle Runners Male Vet 45-49 06:40.2
14 1:06:48 STEPTO, Emma Cornwall AC Female Vet 45-49 06:40.7
15 1:07:00 SAVAGE, Rich Hayle Runners Male Vet 50-54 06:41.9
16 1:07:01 STRACHAN, Steven Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 06:42.0
17 1:07:21 ORTON, Rob Exmouth Harriers Male Vet 35-39 06:44.0
18 1:07:23 MONTGOMERY-SMITH, Phil St Austell Running Club Male Vet 45-49 06:44.2
19 1:07:38 DOWRICK, Mike Cornwall AC Male Vet 40-44 06:45.7
20 1:07:39 ADAMS, Tim St Austell Running Club Male Vet 45-49 06:45.8
21 1:08:07 MURRANT, Kieran Falmouth Road Runners Male under 35 06:48.6
22 1:08:08 BRYDON, James Bodmin Road Runners Male under 35 06:48.7
23 1:08:21 RICHARDS, Gary Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 45-49 06:50.0
24 1:08:31 BARNET, James Falmouth Road Runners Male under 35 06:51.0
25 1:08:56 CUTLAN, James St Austell Running Club Male under 35 06:53.5
26 1:08:58 PAULL, Emma Hayle Runners Female under 35 06:53.7
27 1:09:08 DAVIS, Glynn Carn Runners Male Vet 50-54 06:54.7
28 1:09:37 ANDREWARTHA, David Bude Rats Male under 35 06:57.6
29 1:10:01 DAY, Justin Cornwall AC Male Vet 45-49 07:00.0
30 1:10:35 WEBB, Jason Cornwall AC Male Vet 45-49 07:03.4
31 1:11:06 DEACON, Mark Looe Pioneers Male under 35 07:06.5
32 1:11:09 TURNER, James   Male Vet 35-39 07:06.8
33 1:11:16 RENDLE, Steve Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 45-49 07:07.5
34 1:11:29 MAYES, Richard Midland Masters Male Vet 45-49 07:08.8
35 1:11:31 WARMINGTON, Paul Hayle Runners Male Vet 35-39 07:09.0
36 1:12:23 CHYNOWETH, Richard Truro Running Club Male Vet 35-39 07:14.2
37 1:12:32 STANDING, Rob Truro Running Club Male Vet 40-44 07:15.1
38 1:12:49 HERD, Joanna Newquay Road Runners Female Vet 40-44 07:16.8
39 1:13:01 PASSINGHAM, Oliver   Male under 35 07:18.0
40 1:13:07 BALL, Adrian Cornwall AC Male Vet 45-49 07:18.6
41 1:13:19 EDDISON, Andrew Cornwall AC Male Vet 50-54 07:19.8
42 1:13:30 BERRYMAN, Tom Mounts Bay Harriers Male under 35 07:20.9
43 1:13:51 SMITH, Nicola St Austell Running Club Female under 35 07:23.0
44 1:14:09 KING, Mark Cornwall AC Male Vet 50-54 07:24.8
45 1:14:21 BAYLY, Marc Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 07:26.0
46 1:14:38 WIDDERSHOVEN, Tim Carn Runners Male Vet 35-39 07:27.7
47 1:14:44 POWELL, Simon Mud Crew Trail Runners Male Vet 35-39 07:28.3
48 1:14:59 LLOYD, Nick   Male Vet 45-49 07:29.8
49 1:15:17 RONNGARD, Mattias Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 45-49 07:31.6
50 1:15:33 WILLIAMS, Alan Tamar Trotters Male Vet 35-39 07:33.2
51 1:15:47 WOLF, Jan Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 35-39 07:34.6
52 1:15:58 WATSON, Robin Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 50-54 07:35.7
53 1:16:09 KEY, Andrew   Male under 35 07:36.8
54 1:16:14 PATRICK, Richard Looe Pioneers Male Vet 45-49 07:37.3
55 1:16:47 ROWE, Liam   Male under 35 07:40.6
56 1:16:55 CHASE, Andy St Austell Running Club Male under 35 07:41.4
57 1:17:07 BRAY, Daniel St Austell Running Club Male under 35 07:42.6
58 1:17:21 KING, Melissa Newquay Road Runners Female under 35 07:44.0
59 1:17:26 WORLEDGE, Mark Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 50-54 07:44.5
60 1:17:28 PICKERING, Stuart Hayle Runners Male Vet 50-54 07:44.7
61 1:17:44 WALKER, Iain St Austell Running Club Male Vet 60-64 07:46.3
62 1:18:05 MILLWARD, Andy Carn Runners Male Vet 55-59 07:48.4
63 1:18:13 WALKER, Elliott Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 45-49 07:49.2
64 1:18:20 DEVENEY, Callum Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 45-49 07:49.9
65 1:18:23 JOHNSON, Paul St Austell Running Club Male under 35 07:50.2
66 1:18:32 COLEY, Alex East Cornwall Harriers Male under 35 07:51.1
67 1:18:36 SNEYD, Paul Hayle Runners Male Vet 50-54 07:51.5
68 1:18:41 SOLE, John Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 35-39 07:52.0
69 1:18:45 CROWLE, Revis East Cornwall Harriers Female Vet 50-54 07:52.4
70 1:18:51 SAVAGE, Faye Hayle Runners Female Vet 40-44 07:53.0
71 1:19:03 HUSBAND, Jamie East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 35-39 07:54.2
72 1:19:09 WILSON, Chris   Male Vet 45-49 07:54.8
73 1:19:17 ANGILLEY, Jayne Cornwall AC Female Vet 50-54 07:55.6
74 1:19:23 OWEN, Mark St Austell Running Club Male Vet 40-44 07:56.2
75 1:19:28 POOLEY, Robert Carn Runners Male Vet 35-39 07:56.7
76 1:19:28 BENNETT, Charlotte Hayle Runners Female Vet 40-44 07:56.7
77 1:19:28 SAVAGE, Jon Hayle Runners Male under 35 07:56.7
78 1:19:31 REDDICLIFFE, Nigel Launceston Road Runners Male Vet 50-54 07:57.0
79 1:19:39 COULSON, Lee Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 45-49 07:57.8
80 1:19:46 GREER, Mike   Male under 35 07:58.5
81 1:19:54 REED, Luke Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 35-39 07:59.3
82 1:19:54 LLOYD, James Truro Running Club Male Vet 40-44 07:59.3
83 1:19:54 WALKER, Charlie   Male Vet 35-39 07:59.3
84 1:20:39 SZYMANSKI, Pawel Launceston Road Runners Male under 35 08:03.8
85 1:20:51 CORTIS, Richard Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 45-49 08:05.0
86 1:20:53 GWYNNE, Paul Mud Crew Trail Runners Male Vet 50-54 08:05.2
87 1:20:54 FERGUSON, Andrew Mud Crew Trail Runners Male Vet 50-54 08:05.3
88 1:20:58 WILSON, Michael Truro Running Club Male Vet 55-59 08:05.7
89 1:20:58 PIEROTTI, Dylan Newquay Road Runners Male under 35 08:05.7
90 1:21:03 NEWSON, Mark Honiton R C Male Vet 50-54 08:06.2
91 1:21:07 SYRETT, Paul Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 45-49 08:06.6
92 1:21:11 CROWLE, Ian East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 55-59 08:07.0
93 1:21:12 MILLS, Jenny Launceston Road Runners Female Vet 65-69 08:07.1
94 1:21:14 SOPP, Thomas Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 08:07.3
95 1:21:22 HARGREAVES, Pez Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 45-49 08:08.1
96 1:21:33 WILES, Brian Launceston Road Runners Male Vet 70-74 08:09.2
97 1:21:35 KEMPNY, Jiri St Austell Running Club Male Vet 40-44 08:09.4
98 1:21:37 ANGOVE, Paul Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 50-54 08:09.6
99 1:21:46 POLGLASE, Tom Carn Runners Male Vet 65-69 08:10.5
100 1:22:00 TOY, Scott Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 35-39 08:11.9
101 1:22:07 GAY, Jennifer Truro Running Club Female under 35 08:12.6
102 1:22:16 BARRETT, Chris Truro Running Club Male Vet 45-49 08:13.5
103 1:22:26 HARRISON, Nick Launceston Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 08:14.5
104 1:22:53 TWIGGS, Tim Hayle Runners Male Vet 50-54 08:17.2
105 1:23:20 DEZORZI, Dino St Austell Running Club Male Vet 45-49 08:19.9
106 1:23:22 RICHARDS, Stuart St Austell Running Club Male Vet 40-44 08:20.1
107 1:23:23 MORAN, Tim Carn Runners Male Vet 35-39 08:20.2
108 1:23:27 ROBINSON, Joanne Looe Pioneers Female Vet 40-44 08:20.6
109 1:23:45 RICHARDS, Robert Hayle Runners Male Vet 60-64 08:22.4
110 1:23:46 NUGENT, Debbie Cornwall AC Female Vet 50-54 08:22.5
111 1:23:51 BREEN, Donal Truro Running Club Male Vet 45-49 08:23.0
112 1:23:58 GRASSAM, Mark Looe Pioneers Male Vet 45-49 08:23.7
113 1:24:03 WILLIAMS, Gary Looe Pioneers Male under 35 08:24.2
114 1:24:05 FRANTZ, Derrick Cornwall AC Male Vet 50-54 08:24.4
115 1:24:09 ROSS, Andrew Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 50-54 08:24.8
116 1:24:17 HARDING, Ben East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 35-39 08:25.6
117 1:24:18 MYFORD, Sarah Newquay Par AC Female Vet 50-54 08:25.7
118 1:24:19 MEDLOCK, Kirsty Hayle Runners Female Vet 35-39 08:25.8
119 1:24:32 ALLEN, Peter Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 55-59 08:27.1
120 1:24:34 HARTILL, Gail Bodmin Road Runners Female Vet 40-44 08:27.3
121 1:24:35 HILL, Nancy Cornwall AC Female Vet 45-49 08:27.4
122 1:24:42 ELLIS, Andrew Hayle Runners Male Vet 45-49 08:28.1
123 1:24:46 WILLIAMS, Kelly Mounts Bay Harriers Female under 35 08:28.5
124 1:24:47 ARMSTRONG, Chris   Male under 35 08:28.6
125 1:24:49 BLACKBURN, Amy Mile High Female under 35 08:28.8
126 1:24:49 CARTER, Steven   Male Vet 40-44 08:28.8
127 1:25:15 WEEKS, Liam   Male under 35 08:31.4
128 1:25:17 PATTERSON, Kaye East Cornwall Harriers Female under 35 08:31.6
129 1:25:28 PAULL, Lucy Hayle Runners Female under 35 08:32.7
130 1:25:39 ANSELL, Terry   Male Vet 40-44 08:33.8
131 1:25:55 LOWE, Toby   Male Vet 45-49 08:35.4
132 1:26:01 EASTERBROOK, Joe Mounts Bay Harriers Male under 35 08:36.0
133 1:26:18 POPPERWELL, Beth Mile High Female Vet 40-44 08:37.7
134 1:26:42 FOX, Hannah Mile High Female Vet 40-44 08:40.1
135 1:26:47 CHESTERFIELD, Caroline Hayle Runners Female Vet 50-54 08:40.6
136 1:26:57 SMITH, Derek Hayle Runners Male Vet 55-59 08:41.6
137 1:27:04 VALENCIA, Homer   Male under 35 08:42.3
138 1:27:27 TREBILCOCK, Liz Truro Running Club Female Vet 50-54 08:44.6
139 1:27:30 DAVIES, Nikki Newquay Road Runners Female Vet 35-39 08:44.9
140 1:27:43 CUTLAN, Hannah St Austell Running Club Female under 35 08:46.2
141 1:27:55 LITTLEWOOD, Louise East Cornwall Harriers Female Vet 45-49 08:47.4
142 1:27:57 BURNS, Julia Hayle Runners Female Vet 50-54 08:47.6
143 1:27:59 TUCKER, David Tamar Trotters Male Vet 35-39 08:47.8
144 1:28:05 DALE, Steve Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 08:48.4
145 1:28:17 TALLING, Lisa Newquay Road Runners Female Vet 45-49 08:49.6
146 1:28:17 GIBSON, Amanda Looe Pioneers Female Vet 40-44 08:49.6
147 1:28:24 SOLOMON, Pam Bodmin Road Runners Female Vet 55-59 08:50.3
148 1:28:38 FORD-DUNN, Jonathan Truro Running Club Male Vet 60-64 08:51.7
149 1:28:44 MITCHELL, Jon Cornwall AC Male Vet 45-49 08:52.3
150 1:29:00 MOORE, Thomas Truro Running Club Male Vet 35-39 08:53.9
151 1:29:07 MCLEOD, Matthew   Male Vet 45-49 08:54.6
152 1:29:19 MARQUIS, Peter   Male Vet 60-64 08:55.8
153 1:29:23 RUNDLE, Wayne Launceston Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 08:56.2
154 1:29:28 THOMAS, Alison Hayle Runners Female Vet 40-44 08:56.7
155 1:29:41 POLLARD-RICE, Owen   Male Vet 40-44 08:58.0
156 1:29:43 WORTH, Emily   Female under 35 08:58.2
157 1:29:50 GERRARD, Corinne Hayle Runners Female Vet 45-49 08:58.9
158 1:29:54 LOCKETT, Pat Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 65-69 08:59.3
159 1:29:59 WILCOX, David Truro Running Club Male Vet 40-44 08:59.8
160 1:30:06 THOMAS, Helen Carn Runners Female Vet 45-49 09:00.5
161 1:30:07 WRIGHT, David Hayle Runners Male Vet 50-54 09:00.6
162 1:30:12 MACKENZIE, Alan Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 50-54 09:01.1
163 1:30:13 LANGSTAFF, Emma Looe Pioneers Female Vet 40-44 09:01.2
164 1:30:16 PICK, Robert East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 60-64 09:01.5
165 1:30:58 BRANDHAM, Lois Newquay Road Runners Female under 35 09:05.7
166 1:31:04 KNUCKEY, Nigel Truro Running Club Male Vet 60-64 09:06.3
167 1:31:10 BONAR, David Hayle Runners Male Vet 50-54 09:06.9
168 1:31:13 HYNES, Jaine Launceston Road Runners Female Vet 50-54 09:07.2
169 1:31:16 RUSSELL, Barry St Austell Running Club Male Vet 35-39 09:07.5
170 1:31:18 SULLIVAN, Sharon Carn Runners Female Vet 40-44 09:07.7
171 1:31:21 CATNACH, Alison Looe Pioneers Female Vet 40-44 09:08.0
172 1:31:26 HITCHENS, Wietske Carn Runners Female Vet 50-54 09:08.5
173 1:31:27 DREW, Peter Carn Runners Male Vet 65-69 09:08.6
174 1:32:03 WEBSTER, David   Male Vet 50-54 09:12.2
175 1:32:10 STACKHOUSE, Helena Cornwall AC Female under 35 09:12.9
176 1:32:31 BURKE, Miranda Plymouth Harriers Female Vet 45-49 09:15.0
177 1:32:40 WEBB, Kirsty Looe Pioneers Female under 35 09:15.9
178 1:32:45 ROGERS, Laura Cornwall AC Female under 35 09:16.4
179 1:32:45 STORER, Graham Cornwall AC Male Vet 55-59 09:16.4
180 1:33:05 GLOVER, Ruth Mounts Bay Harriers Female under 35 09:18.4
181 1:33:11 GREEN, Alan East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 60-64 09:19.0
182 1:33:23 ROWE, Gareth Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 55-59 09:20.2
183 1:33:43 HEATH, Vik   Male under 35 09:22.2
184 1:33:48 STEPHENS, Emma Bodmin Road Runners Female under 35 09:22.7
185 1:34:06 BRYDON, Jackie Bodmin Road Runners Female Vet 50-54 09:24.4
186 1:34:36 TUGWELL, Lesley Worthing & District Harriers Female Vet 40-44 09:27.4
187 1:34:46 MARKS, Stacie St Austell Running Club Female under 35 09:28.4
188 1:34:48 NICHOLLS, Ruth   Female Vet 50-54 09:28.6
189 1:35:01 PASCOE, Anna Mud Crew Trail Runners Female Vet 35-39 09:29.9
190 1:35:20 MACLAREN, Steve Hayle Runners Male Vet 45-49 09:31.8
191 1:35:29 GANDY, Jessica Hayle Runners Female under 35 09:32.7
192 1:35:30 HILL, Sarah Newquay Road Runners Female Vet 45-49 09:32.8
193 1:35:44 MANSFIELD, Sue Truro Running Club Female Vet 50-54 09:34.2
194 1:35:47 COPE, Jackie Falmouth Road Runners Female Vet 60-64 09:34.5
195 1:35:48 HOLDING, Ruth Mile High Female Vet 50-54 09:34.6
196 1:35:50 BUNTING, Maggie Tamar Trotters Female Vet 45-49 09:34.8
197 1:35:51 WONNACOTT, Sarah   Female Vet 35-39 09:34.9
198 1:36:04 BAKER, Emma Looe Pioneers Female Vet 40-44 09:36.2
199 1:36:12 UNSWORTH, Sophie Bodmin Road Runners Female under 35 09:37.0
200 1:36:14 BULLOCK, Katie Newquay Road Runners Female under 35 09:37.2
201 1:36:22 FURLONGER, Neill Newquay Road Runners Male under 35 09:38.0
202 1:36:35 PALMER, Stefan Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 45-49 09:39.3
203 1:36:35 BATEMAN, Rebecca Bodmin Road Runners Female Vet 40-44 09:39.3
204 1:36:38 HAYNES, Patrick St Austell Running Club Male Vet 50-54 09:39.6
205 1:36:48 BARRIBALL, Julie Launceston Road Runners Female Vet 50-54 09:40.6
206 1:36:50 MCLEAN, Luke Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 35-39 09:40.8
207 1:36:55 LAWRY, Ross St Austell Running Club Male Vet 40-44 09:41.3
208 1:36:56 LETCHFORD, Geoff Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 65-69 09:41.4
209 1:36:58 BURNETT, Ian   Male Vet 35-39 09:41.6
210 1:37:07 CRABB, Sally Looe Pioneers Female Vet 40-44 09:42.5
211 1:37:21 IRVING, Angela   Female Vet 35-39 09:43.9
212 1:37:21 DAVEY, Tamzin Cornwall AC Female Vet 45-49 09:43.9
213 1:37:26 ELLIOTT, Paul Carn Runners Male Vet 40-44 09:44.4
214 1:37:33 BEARD, Robert Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 50-54 09:45.1
215 1:37:38 MOORE, Andy Hayle Runners Male Vet 55-59 09:45.6
216 1:37:39 GUMMOW, Katie Looe Pioneers Female Vet 35-39 09:45.7
217 1:37:42 RICHARDS, Emma Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 35-39 09:46.0
218 1:37:45 ADAMS, Elaine Hayle Runners Female Vet 35-39 09:46.3
219 1:37:50 UREN, Lisa Carn Runners Female Vet 35-39 09:46.8
220 1:37:51 DREW, Barry Carn Runners Male Vet 65-69 09:46.9
221 1:38:01 PICKARD, Linda Launceston Road Runners Female Vet 50-54 09:47.9
222 1:38:07 JAY, Andrew St Austell Running Club Male Vet 40-44 09:48.5
223 1:38:12 SENIOR, Ann Hayle Runners Female Vet 55-59 09:49.0
224 1:38:24 LEWIS, Bridget Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 45-49 09:50.2
225 1:38:28 LYDALL, Denise Falmouth Road Runners Female Vet 45-49 09:50.6
226 1:38:35 RINGER, Ian Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 65-69 09:51.3
227 1:38:36 CROWLE, Jonathan Truro Running Club Male Vet 40-44 09:51.4
228 1:38:38 OLIVER, Adam Mounts Bay Harriers Male under 35 09:51.6
229 1:39:00 TRETHEWEY, Martin St Austell Running Club Male Vet 45-49 09:53.8
230 1:39:18 STUTHRIDGE, Helen St Austell Running Club Female Vet 45-49 09:55.6
231 1:39:24 GARROD, Zoe Bodmin Road Runners Female under 35 09:56.2
232 1:39:26 NASH, Samanta   Female Vet 35-39 09:56.4
233 1:39:31 BARRITT, James   Male Vet 40-44 09:56.9
234 1:39:41 BROAS, Cheryl Looe Pioneers Female Vet 55-59 09:57.9
235 1:40:21 TAYLOR, Sue Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 60-64 10:01.9
236 1:40:30 MARSHALL, Debbie St Austell Running Club Female Vet 40-44 10:02.8
237 1:40:33 WILLCOCKS, Bob Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 55-59 10:03.1
238 1:40:40 RICHARDSON, Christina Carn Runners Female Vet 35-39 10:03.8
239 1:40:53 OLDHAM, Lucy East Cornwall Harriers Female Vet 40-44 10:05.1
240 1:41:43 DE ROZARIEUX, Nathan Hayle Runners Male Vet 40-44 10:10.1
241 1:42:13 NORTHEY, Joanna Launceston Road Runners Female Vet 40-44 10:13.1
242 1:42:17 BARNES, John Launceston Road Runners Male Vet 55-59 10:13.5
243 1:42:20 CARTHEW, Elizabeth Bodmin Womens RC Female Vet 40-44 10:13.8
244 1:42:25 MAYWOOD, Kirstie Looe Pioneers Female Vet 50-54 10:14.3
245 1:42:26 FOSTER, Diane Looe Pioneers Female Vet 45-49 10:14.4
246 1:42:27 SKINNER, Steve Looe Pioneers Male under 35 10:14.5
247 1:42:35 SAUNTER, Jenny Bodmin Womens RC Female Vet 50-54 10:15.3
248 1:43:13 SMITH, Hannah Hayle Runners Female under 35 10:19.1
249 1:43:18 OLIVER, Martin Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 60-64 10:19.6
250 1:43:38 THOMAS, Fiona St Austell Running Club Female under 35 10:21.6
251 1:43:45 WIDDERSHOVEN, Demelza Carn Runners Female under 35 10:22.3
252 1:43:45 REEVE, Paul Carn Runners Male Vet 45-49 10:22.3
253 1:44:09 GORTON, John Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 60-64 10:24.7
254 1:44:10 SAUNDERS, Lyndsey East Cornwall Harriers Female Vet 35-39 10:24.8
255 1:44:11 BEARD, Sharon Bodmin Road Runners Female Vet 40-44 10:24.9
256 1:44:48 WILTON, David Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 60-64 10:28.6
257 1:45:10 HIBBERT, Clive Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 70-74 10:30.8
258 1:45:13 WISNER, Kath St Austell Running Club Female Vet 45-49 10:31.1
259 1:45:40 WORTH, Joanna   Female Vet 45-49 10:33.8
260 1:46:13 LOWE, Wendy Bodmin Womens RC Female Vet 60-64 10:37.1
261 1:46:15 LIPHOTT, Alison   Female Vet 45-49 10:37.3
262 1:46:23 HORTON, Joanna   Female Vet 40-44 10:38.1
263 1:46:45 CATNACH, Peter Looe Pioneers Male Vet 55-59 10:40.3
264 1:46:45 MAYWOOD, Bryan Looe Pioneers Male Vet 50-54 10:40.3
265 1:46:56 RUTKOWSKA, Ola Falmouth Road Runners Female under 35 10:41.4
266 1:46:57 STEPHENS, Jane Bodmin Road Runners Female Vet 45-49 10:41.5
267 1:46:58 DOYLE (JOEL), Tryphaena Carn Runners Female Vet 40-44 10:41.6
268 1:47:11 EVANS, Alun Hayle Runners Male Vet 45-49 10:42.9
269 1:47:12 EVANS, Mollie Carn Runners Female Vet 35-39 10:43.0
270 1:47:15 PICKARD, David Launceston Road Runners Male Vet 55-59 10:43.3
271 1:49:29 COLEY, Simon East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 50-54 10:56.7
272 1:49:31 BUTLER, Makayla-Rose Carn Runners Female under 35 10:56.9
273 1:49:44 WARREN, Diane Hayle Runners Female Vet 60-64 10:58.2
274 1:49:59 JEWELS, Lucy St Austell Running Club Female Vet 45-49 10:59.7
275 1:50:14 HEYWOOD, Peter Looe Pioneers Male Vet 70-74 11:01.2
276 1:50:29 MACEY, Marcia Bere Alston Trekkers Female Vet 55-59 11:02.7
277 1:50:38 KING, Amanda Newquay Road Runners Female Vet 35-39 11:03.6
278 1:50:48 BURGESS, Mel Hayle Runners Female Vet 50-54 11:04.6
279 1:50:54 MARKS, Victoria Hayle Runners Female Vet 40-44 11:05.2
280 1:50:57 MARTIN, Jacqui St Austell Running Club Female Vet 45-49 11:05.5
281 1:51:14 WILSON, Jon   Male Vet 35-39 11:07.2
282 1:51:17 MANKEE, Emma Carn Runners Female Vet 45-49 11:07.5
283 1:51:17 PRYOR, Laura Carn Runners Female under 35 11:07.5
284 1:51:20 SIMS, Martin   Male Vet 65-69 11:07.8
285 1:51:32 PEARCE, Deborah Hayle Runners Female Vet 45-49 11:09.0
286 1:51:42 SPARGO, Philip Truro Running Club Male Vet 60-64 11:10.0
287 1:51:57 PAGANO, Angelina St Austell Running Club Female Vet 45-49 11:11.5
288 1:51:58 MACK, Mike Carn Runners Male Vet 65-69 11:11.6
289 1:51:58 DUDLEY, Michelle St Austell Running Club Female Vet 45-49 11:11.6
290 1:52:54 KITCHEN, Amelia Hayle Runners Female Vet 40-44 11:17.2
291 1:52:57 BILLINGTON, Melanie Hayle Runners Female Vet 45-49 11:17.5
292 1:54:18 MONTGOMERY-SMITH, Taryn St Austell Running Club Female Vet 35-39 11:25.6
293 1:54:24 SAVIN, Nick Newquay Road Runners Male under 35 11:26.2
294 1:54:37 DOWLING, John   Male Vet 65-69 11:27.5
295 1:54:59 HART, Michelle Carn Runners Female under 35 11:29.7
296 1:55:21 BAILEY, Joshua   Male Vet 40-44 11:31.9
297 1:55:56 KING, Julie   Female Vet 35-39 11:35.4
298 1:55:56 HICKS, Christina   Female under 35 11:35.4
299 1:56:08 MARTIN, Hayley Carn Runners Female Vet 35-39 11:36.6
300 1:56:27 WADE, Margaret Carn Runners Female Vet 65-69 11:38.5
301 1:56:40 ROSS, Sarah Tamar Trotters Female Vet 50-54 11:39.8
302 1:56:48 DAY, Samantha Looe Pioneers Female under 35 11:40.6
303 1:56:52 VINNICOMBE, Caroline Carn Runners Female Vet 40-44 11:41.0
304 1:56:59 THOMAS, Jane St Austell Running Club Female Vet 55-59 11:41.7
305 1:57:23 SOWERBY, Nicky Truro Running Club Female Vet 50-54 11:44.1
306 1:57:32 BARRITT, Mini   Female Vet 40-44 11:45.0
307 1:58:13 JAMESON, Judy Carn Runners Female Vet 55-59 11:49.1
308 1:58:38 TALBOT, Cornilia   Female Vet 35-39 11:51.6
309 1:58:40 COURTNEY, Stacey Newquay Road Runners Female under 35 11:51.8
310 1:59:24 BILLS, Kelly Carn Runners Female Vet 40-44 11:56.2
311 2:00:03 TRUSCOTT, Neil St Austell Running Club Male Vet 40-44 12:00.1
312 2:00:20 DALTON, Martin Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 65-69 12:01.8
313 2:00:41 TALBOT, Bev St Austell Running Club Female Vet 50-54 12:03.9
314 2:00:44 HOCKING, Deborah Carn Runners Female Vet 45-49 12:04.2
315 2:02:35 CARSWELL, Sarah Carn Runners Female Vet 40-44 12:15.3
316 2:03:15 ANDREWS, George Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 65-69 12:19.3
317 2:03:50 VOSPER, Nicola Bodmin Road Runners Female Vet 55-59 12:22.8
318 2:03:51 VOSPER, Francis Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 55-59 12:22.9
319 2:04:06 LOOSLEY, Alison St Austell Running Club Female Vet 45-49 12:24.4
320 2:04:06 BUDGE, Andrew St Austell Running Club Male Vet 50-54 12:24.4
321 2:05:15 OSBORNE, Anthea Hayle Runners Female Vet 45-49 12:31.3
322 2:05:15 BREAKSPEAR, Hannah Cornwall AC Female under 35 12:31.3
323 2:05:27 TAMBLYN, Sharon Bodmin Womens RC Female Vet 50-54 12:32.5
324 2:06:17 TREWEEK, Paul Truro Running Club Male Vet 55-59 12:37.5
325 2:06:18 HYDE-LINAKER, Elaine St Austell Running Club Female Vet 50-54 12:37.6
326 2:06:20 OSBORNE, Paula Bodmin Road Runners Female Vet 40-44 12:37.8
327 2:06:21 OSBORNE, Barry Mud Crew Trail Runners Male Vet 40-44 12:37.9
328 2:10:36 NICHOLLS, Tracey Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 50-54 13:03.4
329 2:10:39 ANDREWS, Greta Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 40-44 13:03.7
330 2:12:50 EWART, Sam St Austell Running Club Female Vet 40-44 13:16.8
331 2:12:59 BOXALL, Melanie Falmouth Road Runners Female Vet 50-54 13:17.7
332 2:13:00 LAKE, Christina Falmouth Road Runners Female Vet 55-59 13:17.8
333 2:13:11 POOLE, Wendy St Austell Running Club Female Vet 55-59 13:18.9
334 2:14:04 ADAMS, Hannah St Austell Running Club Female Vet 35-39 13:24.2
335 2:14:04 JAY, Nadia St Austell Running Club Female Vet 40-44 13:24.2
336 2:14:42 TODD, Christine St Austell Running Club Female Vet 55-59 13:28.0
337 2:16:19 SLATER, Kirstie Truro Running Club Female Vet 40-44 13:37.7
338 2:17:04 DREW, Carole Carn Runners Female Vet 65-69 13:42.2
339 2:22:25 MCLEAN, Dee Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 35-39 14:14.3
340 2:27:39 TAPHOUSE, Lesley Bodmin Road Runners Female Vet 50-54 14:45.7
341 2:30:54 ROBERTS, Nigel Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 35-39 15:05.2
342 2:37:36 WEBBER, Sharon St Austell Running Club Female Vet 45-49 15:45.4
343 2:37:36 BLIGHT, Mandy St Austell Running Club Female Vet 60-64 15:45.4
344 2:37:59 WONG-BROOKS, Lai-yin Plymouth Musketeers Female Vet 45-49 15:47.7
345 2:38:00 EASTERBROOK, Liz Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 65-69 15:47.8


Saltash Half Marathon 2017

Report By Hana

 

I do also drink white wine

Saturday 30th April the sun is shining, “husband who plays golf” has played golf, been to work, and is playing squash before a boys night out at a curry establishment. So what exactly is a girl supposed to do? Well this girl has received a message from a certain purveyor of grape juice “The Art of WINE” telling her that they have some bottles of French wine that need tasting. How can I refuse as it is my hydration product of choice for pre-race preparation?

Now I know that a single (as in alone not unmarried) woman in a drinking venue is a cause for concern. Some might think that she is an alcoholic, on the pull or just very sad. Now some of you might think that my preoccupation with the red nectar makes me an alcoholic but I can say hand on heart that I have had one day this month when none passed my lips. As for being on the pull, I did sort of. A male of years greater than mine and a fellow lover of wine joined me and polite imbibing and conversation took place. Having tasted all but one wine that was on offer it was time to walk home, in a straight line and alone.

Sunday mornings alarm sounds and with a quick shove I assist the husband out of bed. I do believe he is suffering some after effects of his night out which has sadly been heightened by age. Me on the other hand, well I’m feeling really quite chipper until I pull back the curtains and see that the BBC weather app is correct and precipitation is falling from the sky. I had sort made a deal with myself the day before, that should the rain be of the torrential to just plain heavy variety then I might allow myself to stay warm and dry at home and not drive all the way to Saltash, just to end up cold and miserable. I thought about this for a while, and then with porridge consumed, “Sydney Skoda” and I made the trek up the A38 to the Devon border.

Parking at Saltash on this Bank Holiday weekend is free in all the car parks, but sadly all but one, which is already full, is a bit of a trek away. I Street park instead and walk to the race HQ at the Football club.

The Club house is by no means luxurious and of no great size so I’m glad I’ve arrived in time to find a space to stand in and keep out of the moist weather. I collect my race number then decide that toilets could be in short supply so I go off to check them over. I’m correct, we have two cubicles decorated in a 1970’s theme and already one of them has run out of toilet roll. I was never a “Brownie or Girl Guide” but this Old Croc likes to be prepared, so out of the bottom of my rucksack I produce a slightly squashed toilet roll. I even tear off a strip for the girl waiting to use the cubical after me but I’m not generous enough to leave what is left behind. It is time for others to come prepared for all eventualities. And yes I do have a Swiss Army Penknife which I keep in my hand bag and a pair of small clippers in my walking bag for cutting my way through overgrown sections of footpath.

I return to what I suppose you could call the lounge/bar area of the club house and scan the room for anyone I know. Not a single TRC runner is in sight but I do spy the lovely Jenny Mills of Launceston road runners and we have our usual hug. Jenny is very petite so I sort of smother her. Today there are no males of a certain age to have a snog with sadly, well there are, but as I don’t know any of them, they might not appreciate being assaulted by an unknown aged female.

The rain has gathered momentum and volume, so no one appears keen to venture out for a warm up run. I’m dressed in a long sleeved top, TRC vest, shorts, and have my very lightweight waterproof jacket over the top and my “IQ reducer” cap on to try and keep my glasses rain free. I had considered running tights but thought that if they got soaked they might drag on the knees. Bare legs are easier to wipe dry but in truth the only thing that would keep us dry today would be a deep sea immersion suit.

It is time to muster outside at the start line on the grass pitch. There is nowhere to shelter and Jenny who is dressed in a T-shirt and shorts and carries no fat to keep her warm, has wrapped the “start line” flag around her in an attempt to keep some of the weather off her. I’m frozen and regretting not putting gloves on, yet around me there is a lot of bare flesh on display with hyperthermia setting in.

One, two, three and we are off with instructions to keep left where possible. Out of the football ground we run and then it’s a run around the houses. It’s not the most scenic housing estate but we have a few downhills that take us to St Stephens where I spot a lovely parish church. As I have my rain coat hood up and cap on my head I find my head is predominately facing the ground and studying the puddles that are forming rapidly on the road surface.

Once we reach St Stephens we start an almighty climb up a lane which on the map has two chevrons. STEEP is the only way to describe it and it is pointless for me to try to run it. I speed walk and those that jog past soon follow suit. I do spot Trematon Castle to my right and then onwards we all plod along narrow country lanes.

I’m in a world of my own, progressively getting very soggy and my socks are squelching. I’m distracted from how uncomfortable I feel by the vision of a muscular male in tight Lycra where nothing on view wobbles (stop tittering Helen T ) who I decide must be a PTI at one of the military establishments in the Plymouth/Torpoint area.  I stay behind him for quite a while but for most of the remaining race I have to make do with the odd glimpse from time to time.

We pass numerous “water stations” which I thought just added insult to injury with what was falling from the sky. There was no way anymore cold water was going to pass my lips, hot tea would have been better, but the volunteers manning these stations need congratulating as they must have been soaked and cold.

The route undulates (I’m being polite here) some undulations are worse than others and the word flat never comes into the equation, but I only walk two sections. It also does a frying pan thing, where at an area called Trematon we take the lane to our left and loop around to the same spot to see those slower veering left as we did earlier. It is also just prior to this point that I see the lead runner approaching, who must have been a good ¾ mile ahead of the 2nd placed male. He was storming! (He also broke the course record by 2 minutes)

As for me, I know that there are at least 4 other females ahead of me, Jenny being one of them and she is in the V65 category.  She is amazing as last weekend she ran a 100k challenge in the Chilterns. I very rarely keep up with her and today neither are females much younger than both of us. Big ego boost for this Old girl!

From mile 8 my shorts (cycling style not silk ones) are causing a few problems as they are sodden and I’m concerned that there might be some chaffing going on in areas I’d rather not be chaffed, but PTI in tight lycra passes once again and my mind is distracted, soon followed by another similarly toned male with biceps that most of you TRC men would die for. Menopausal woman is smiling; this running in the rain isn’t so bad after all.

The very steep 2 chevron hill I walked up earlier is now approaching once again, but this time we have to run down it. I’m not sure which is worse, up or down? My right thigh muscle is tightening, my knees feel strained and then I’m out of control as I negotiate the tight left hand bend. My arms are flailing and I have the giggles, thankfully I stay upright and reach the bottom to find yet another hill to climb.

It isn’t long before we are back running around the houses and the finish is in sight. OMG Lycra man is in sight. He is with another male who is having a few difficulties. Lycra man appears to know him and offers encouragement. I decide to sprint but they cross the finish line just ahead of me and does Lycra man glance back and offer his hand, no he bl—dy doesn’t. You see girls when you are 50+ you become invisible. Never go out with your adult daughters just find solace in a good red wine (in moderation) and console yourself if you are able to pull any male over 70. Happy days.

Anyway, I’ve crossed the finish line in 1:50, I’m cold, wet and in need of a shower. The shower that the race info said was available. I head for the bar with water dripping off every part of me and ask the question “where are the showers?” barmaid (I know very non PC) replies “ He’s just gone to unlock the changing room.”

Elderly male in aged grey Woolley cardigan returns and cordiality is obviously not one of his strengths nor is hospitality. “The hot water hasn’t been turned on”

I am not impressed. This happened two years ago when I ran this race and I wasn’t impressed then, but at least that time it was warm dry and sunny. I bite my lip as words of disgust are already forming and should perhaps not be uttered in public. I pick up my bag and head off to the leisure centre next door. There I find a delightful young female at the reception desk. I try my most pathetic look and ask if there is any way I might be able to use their showers. She looks at my bedraggled state, smiles and gives me the code to get into the shower room. I may have stood longer than normal under the flow of hot water but god it was worth it. I was warm, clean and those rude words in my head had evaporated.

In the changing room I get talking to another lady who had managed to sweet talk the receptionist into passing the code to this shower room and she had driven over from Port Isaac where she has been working for the last 18 weeks. “Is that filming by any chance…….Doc Martin?” I ask.

“I don’t watch this program” I continue and neither does she, but she is the makeup artist.

So refreshed and smelling sweet I return to the Football club house and await the prize giving with the Lovely Jenny. For I have come first in the V50 category and 5th female (wow) and Jenny who is approaching 68 glorious years won her age cat and wait for it…………………………….was second female.

So all in all:

  • Toilets: No queue, not many and lacking loo rolls but I believe it was replenished about 5 minutes before the race start.
  • Marshalls: Brilliant and god they must have been very cold and soggy.
  • Route: Hilly, parts scenic but the section around the houses is dull.
  • Goody bag: Banana, Mars Bar, T-shirt (yellow and very large so I had to swap it   for an XS) but the T-Shirt had no mention of “HALF MARATHON” on it.

Would I run it again? Not sure