Birmingham International Marathon 2017

Report by Hana Clitherow

For the most of 2017 I have had a nagging and sometimes very painful right leg IT problem. No silly, I’m not a bionic woman with computer programming problem, just an Old Croc who apparently has a right foot than turns in slightly which stretches the right IT band and causes it to become inflamed and at times Bl—dy angry with me. Unfortunately I’m not someone who tends to rest up but I have continued to do some of the exercises the Physio gave me when I first sought help for this inconvenience, but as “sods law” always prevails, plus a hefty stint of brushing leaves at my mothers, with only one week to go to the Birmingham International Marathon, I’m hobbling and suffering the equivalent of really bad tooth ache in my right hip and lower back. I am left with no option but to NOT DO ANY RUNNING and keep my fingers and toes crossed that on Sunday October 15th I will somehow be able to put one foot in front of the other and start this marathon, especially as it is the most expensive event I have ever entered and there is the promise of a finishers, I repeat finishers T-Shirt.

As we were going to be in Birmingham for the weekend I had also bought concert tickets to see “Lady Gaga” at the NEC as my post-race recovery method, but once again the gods were against me, “Lady Gaga” had to postpone her UK tour dates due to “Suffering extreme pain”. Was/is someone trying to tell me something?

Birmingham is like our second home, so “Husband who plays golf” and I have mastered the art of driving there in one hit after work and thankfully for us there are no road works or incidents on the M5 delaying our arrival and a drop of the “red stuff” with a light supper. We could of have frequented one of the many Indian/Bangladeshi restaurants close by, but I have to say that spicy Indian food is one step too far even for my stomach before a long run. Mind you with BYO wine, Nan breads the size of a medium coffee table, and the average cost of £25 for a meal for two that leaves you stuffed, it is always tempting.

Saturday we visit “daughter who runs” and her fiancé in their new home which happens to have a large garden that needs some love and before I know it, I find myself in a flower bed tugging at weeds and pruning the odd shrub. I’m doing a very good impersonation of a scarecrow and if you have ever seen any of my pre and post-race photo’s you’ll see the likeness. This is not going to help my IT pain!!!!! Fiancé who also run’s but hasn’t entered the marathon offers to pick me up in the morning and take both myself and daughter to The Alexander stadium in Aston. I liked him before, but I like him even more now as this saves me having to work out how to get the bus there as Trains don’t start early enough.

Sunday morning arrives and weirdly my right leg IT issues hasn’t raised its head. I walk around without pain, drink a glass of water in an attempt to hydrate, consume my usual bowl of porridge and fruit and then faff. I’m very good at faffing, if they made it an Olympic sport I would be eligible. I don’t know why I’m faffing as Daughter and I have made the decision to arrive at the race HQ with as little as possible. We are going for the “drop and go” approach, just arriving with running kit on, bum bag with phone in, some cash, credit card, Kendal Mint Cake, a bottle of water that can be ditched before setting off and a plastic bag, not to put over my head but to wear as a means of keeping warm. I’ve never done this before, I usually turn up with everything including the kitchen sink, but with 9000 runners the thought of negotiating a baggage drop/collection point filled me with dread, much like the queue for the loo.

The Race HQ is at the Alexander Stadium in the Perry Barr area of Birmingham. Future “son in law” drops us at the gate and we walk up across a field being used as parking to the Stadium perimeter. There appears to be a large quantity of Green plastic cuboids in which to relieve any pressure upon internal organs and the odd open air urinal in a subtle shade of grey. The queue for the loo is almost as long as the race itself, we join it hoping we might reach it before the start of the event but then a lovely lady in official looking uniform points us in the direction of some Stadium toilets, where the queue is only about 6 deep. I would describe the facility as 1970’s melamine divided cubicles with toilet roll dispensers of a more modern era which actually still had toilet roll in for us to use. The décor was dull but who cares when the toilet itself is clean and provides the service you require.

Daughter and I exit said facility and make our way to the start area out on the running track. We pass a runner dressed in a remembrance poppy, two guys in army type apparel with ruck sacks on their backs and a few tutu clad males. There are no bananas or pepperoni’s to be seen just this Old Scarecrow who is feeling a tad chilly in her designer bin bag. I’ve searched the growing numbers of participants for Mark M-S from TRC but then I realise that because he would have a faster predicted finishing time to myself that he was probably in the first wave (red race No) of runners that set off at 08:30 where as I am in the second wave (blue race No) start time 09:30.

We have decided to stand behind the male with bunny ears and a 4hr pacer flag on as any further forward for me would be daft. I have a feeling that daughter who runs, wants to beat her ancient mother’s 4:09 hr marathon PB and to be honest that won’t take too much effort on her behalf. Me on the other hand, just wants to be able to reach the finishing line, but I’m not hopeful as right legs has started to shout at me and my lower back is joining in. At what point in my life did I even think that running a marathon was a good idea? This will be my 8th and for some strange reason I seem to wipe from my memory just how hard and painful I find the last 6 to 10 miles and what toll it takes on my body.

At the start line is the record holder for the oldest marathon runner. He only started running at the age of 80 and at 106yrs old he stands upright at the start line looking in better condition than a lot of people less than half his age. So Tony B you have many years of running to catch him up.

So off we all go, at a gentle trot with head down watching all the feet around me, so I don’t trip and fall at the first hurdle. I try to stay behind the 4hr bunny sponsored by Duracell, but daughter has other ideas, she has longer legs and has successfully weaved her way around a multitude of slower runners. I’m boxed in and I am having to dodge elbows and flapping hands, which is causing me angst, heightened by menopausal hormones and I can feel the need to release some steam. In truth what I need is space, I hate being hemmed in.

The route takes us along totally closed roads and we enter the A34 a dual carriageway which leads us towards the town centre. We go through underpasses and then after at least two miles I finally move through the runners bunched behind the bl—dy bunny and into what F1 drivers call “Clean air”. I have space around me, but more worryingly I’m ahead of the 4hr pacer, whose pace, my legs find extremely tiring and also painful on my back. So once again I’m running too fast for me to sustain for a marathon but that is the story of my life. I peak too soon and then wilt a bit like the Titum Arun plant at the Eden project, the one that smells of rotting flesh. Hopefully my bodily aromas aren’t that bad.

There has been great spectator support all along the route and as we pass Aston University at mile 4, I can see the finishing line on the opposite side of the road with tables being prepared for the finishers goody bags. I look at my Garmin and realise it will be a long time before I see this area again.

We pass the bottom of the Bull Ring and I can hear the peel of church bells. There is a growing crowd of supporters here and I am actually smiling as some of them call out my name which initially takes me by surprise until I remember that it is printed on my race number…..duh!

Our route now takes us into what I would class as back streets in an area known as Deritend. There are blocks of industrial type buildings and one has smartly dressed people going into and gospel type music coming out of. It appears to be church of some kind. We twist and turn along a variety of these streets before reaching an area called Balsall Heath and residential inner city streets. There are kids out wanting “High Fives” so I oblige. Families are sat at the side of the road cheering and one of these families has even bought in bottles of water and has set up their own water station. There are Jelly babies galore, but I decline them all. I am though making sure that I take water on at every water station which is something I have made myself do during events over 13 miles but my stomach is still not in agreeance with this policy of mine. I’m a sip, swill and spit person, so in truth I don’t actually ingest that much. Today that is fine even if the weather is unseasonably warm as it is overcast with outbreaks of sunshine and a light breeze.

Ahead I can see a sign which says “Vineyard”. My eyes light up like the display on a one arm bandit when you hit the jackpot. How marvellous I think to myself, a glass of chilled Pinot Gris would be lovely, thank you, but “no” it’s a (I almost blaspheme) church and there is not a single glass of red or white outside. I suppose I could always pop in for communion?

There is a rotund black lady with microphone in hand serenading us but she appears to only have a repertoire of one song. That’s is fine for the runners passing by but the supporters stood in a double decker bus displaying “Bloodwise” charity banners it could be a looooooong day.

Next we enter the grounds of Edgbaston Cricket ground, well the tarmac exterior on the outer edge of the grandstands. My bladder is now talking to my brain and suggesting that having only visited the toilets once at the race HQ that it could do with a little detour from the route. I scan the grandstand for any sign of a toilet but there aren’t any apparent. I know that at every water station there is water to ingest and vestibules for its release. I do a quick mental calculation of the time it would take to pull down tight shorts and knickers and then the even longer time to try and pull them back up a sweaty torso and decide that every second and in this instance minute counts, so it’s time to adopt the pelvic floor muscles and squeeze. Men have it so easy!

After the cricket ground we are directed into Cannon Hill Park an area I know very well. There are masses of supporters lining the route and I start to wonder what running the London marathon must be like. I also think to myself, how can I walk when tired with all these people watching? I have a club shirt on; I’ll look like a fraud. It takes two seconds for it to register……..the answer was “very easily”.

We leave the Park and exit onto Pershore road heading towards Stirchley which is the poor relative to Bourneville, which we will also pass through. I suddenly hear a noise that sounds like a horse blowing air through wobbling lips. It’s the same noise Chris R makes and I turn around to see if he is also running this marathon. The noise is coming from a male in a Chasewater running club vest, that’s Chasewater with an “S” and not Chacewater with a “C” as in the village just outside Truro.

As we approach a right hand turn into Marywell road a man to my left needs to tell that we are about to climb a hill. “Hill” I exclaim, “It’s a mere inconvenience you should come to Cornwall mate”. Strangely enough he ignored my every word. I trotted up the hill as he walked.

At the top of the “hill” we turn right and go downhill when a quiet voice calls out my name. It’s Jan, future son in laws aunt. She tells me “Daughter who runs” is about 6 minutes ahead and hands me a bag with orange segments and jelly babies in. I take a couple segments out and they taste wonderful but hand the Jelly Babies back or for Trademark purposes “babies of the jellied confectionary variety” as I am unable to say what variety/brand they are. I say thank you. Jan enquires how I am. Words to the effect of “Bl—dy awful” fall out of my mouth. I’m on mile 11 ish and it feels like 30. My lower back aches and the occasional shooting pain runs from my right hip to my right ankle. Teeth are gritted and I plod on.

The route re-joins Pershore road and at about mile 15 we have to revisit a loop around Edgbaston, Cannon Hill Park, Stirchley and Bourneville. The supporters are still out cheering us on as is the black Lady with the microphone, but she has taken me by surprise because her repertoire of one has increased to two songs now.

I am now passing the Three Horseshoes pub and the sun is out, I’m hot, I’m thirsty and to my left are a group of patrons of this public house with full pint glasses of freshly poured victuals. My eyes are drawn to the glass with dark chocolate coloured liquid with a soft untouched creamy head. I’m salivating and my thought process has bypassed the sensible Hana stage. This glass has a magnetic power and I deviate from the road and walk over to the male with afore mentioned glass in hand ignoring the male with a pint of lager to his left and say “Can I have a sip please” I’m not sure what I would have done if he said “No”, but he handed me the glass. I take a long glorious sip of ice cold Guinness and hand the glass back licking my lips. He offers me some more whilst his mates laugh. My sensible head has returned and I decline and carry on down the road in a mix of walking and running. My legs ache!!!!

From my right I hear the words “Come on Hana Clitherow, Leonie’s mum” and see two people sat on a wall ringing cow bells. I have no idea who they are, but apparently they saw my TRC vest and recognised my face from photo’s on Face Book. That’s not bad considering the number of runners out there today. A few minutes later from behind me I hear “Come on Leonie’s mum”. Is there nowhere in the world I can go without someone spotting me. Is this a new version of “Where’s Whally”? No comments please!

Thankfully Mile 24 arrives, at the point where previously we had to turn off to take the second loop around the block. I’m managing to run most of the time but I’m hurting. I can no longer smile; I just want this hell to end. I have come to the conclusion this Old Croc isn’t made for marathons.

The support along the last mile is wonderful but the 400m sign should have read 1000m because those last metres went on for ever. I’ve have looked at the official photos of the finishing straight and it’s not pretty. If you posted one on your front door it would keep the “Trick or treaters” away. I cross the line in 4:16:58. This is far better than I expected with my leg and back problems. I am asked what size T-Shirt I would like and demand with menace to see a small one and they allow me to do so. Its fine, I have my finishers T, a medal and much needed water.

I locate “Daughter who runs” and she is beaming. She has well and truly beaten my PB. She has improved her own PB by 35 minutes coming in at 3:55. I am delighted for her. We share a big hug and future son in law takes our photo. We now take a slow hobble through the grounds of Aston University and stagger into the city centre to meet up with “Husband who plays golf” and have a much needed coffee and cake. With 2800 calories burnt I need CAKE!

I have made an oath to my family that I have given up entering Marathons. I will in future not run anything over 20 miles. This is now official and in print for all to see but even as I type this there is small section in my brain that controls the addictive part of my personality wanting to put me through marathon hell again. I have to be strong and perhaps I should look to enrol with “marathon runners anonymous”?


World Age Group Triathlon Championships 2017 in Rotterdam Report

By Jon Ford-Dunn

It’s that time of year again when I have to find some excuse for not helping at the Truro Half Marathon. This time my absence is due to participating as a member of the GB team in the World Triathlon Championships in Rotterdam. So it comes to pass that last Thursday finds our dog being placed in protective care at the local kennels, and us, the “ever suffering” Brenda and I packing the final pieces in preparation for our flight that evening from Exeter Airport.

It’s been a particularly difficult event to plan for, as for the last month we’ve been inundated with changes to race times, changes to rules, and a video of the bike course that’s produced attacks of the vapours for some. I’ve produced four sheets of A4 instructions to try and make sense of it all. Social media only seems to highlight the frailties of some of the athletes, with the amount of whingeing and whining going on.

I’m looking forward to it, I’ve viewed the bike course video several times, and also discover that it has been proved by hosting both the Dutch National Championships and their World Championship Qualifying races last year. Some of those athletes have used Garmin Connect, so I can see what times and what power/speeds they have been producing. It does seem doable. Having said that, there is really no way that an event of this stature should be allowed on this type of course. It is too narrow (mainly bike paths), the surface varies from tarmac, block paving, brick paving and cobbles, there are horrendous speed humps, and very tight corners with no run off. Compared with the 2013 World Championships held in London, where the capital’s famous roads were closed for the occasion, and I can remember racing down The Mall, having swept past Buck House, the Houses of Parliament and Tower Hill, it doesn’t measure up at all.

I’m quietly confident, I’ve had a good taper, Perranporth Triathlon went well, my power output tests are good and swim times are fast.

I bend down to put the last of my bike bits into the bike box, and it all changes, my back goes! My back (like so many other peoples) is my body’s big weakness. I’ve tried all sorts of exercises to stabilize it, but to no avail. Unfortunately the fitter I become the more vulnerable my back becomes as some muscles tend to dominate and generate uneven stresses. Even the rotation during swimming; the most unlikely exercise to exacerbate it causes problems.

I call for Brenda and say something along the lines of; “Oh drat, I can’t bend down”. She has to finish the packing.

I reckon from previous experience that as there are three days before the race, my back should unlock enough for me to a least get to the start line, and then adrenaline should take over. Head in the sand attitude has stood me in good stead in the past!

We arrive at Exeter airport in a rainstorm, whilst we are waiting for it to pass I notice a car near us making intricate manoeuvres to park. Anne Maskell (late of this club) has arrived. Shortly after one of Exeter Airports Spitfires flies off into the gloom.

My next concern is whether my bike will be transported. Flybe don’t allow pre booking of bike boxes, so will only transport if there’s room. I go to the bag drop, and am given the impression they’ve never seen a bike box before. Then they need to open it, as their large item scanner has broken down. They then proceed to “wand the bike” just in case it’s a drug mule. Anyway it gets loaded. Anne doesn’t have this worry as she’s gone for the door to door gold plated bike transportation option.

We land at Schiphol Airport, where I’m left as “Billy No Mates”; all the luggage apart from my bike has whirled it’s way round the carousel, all other passengers are long gone. I decide to investigate, and find it leaning against a pillar about 100 metres away, it probably was first item off!

Brenda, Anne and I are then driven for about an hour to our hotels. Anne is in the Team GB hotel, we are in the Team USA hotel. They are adjoining and interlinked hotels.

Next morning we awaken, draw the curtains, and gaze out onto a wet,cold, grey, windy Rotterdam. Our room is billed as Panorama Waterfront with King Bed, so we look straight out onto the R Meuse and the Erasmus bridge over which the bike component of the race will come. It is evident that Rotterdam is a very cycle orientated city, The cycle paths in front of the hotel are crowded with people on the Dutch ubiquitous sit up and beg style bikes, mums taking their kids to school, several with one in front and one behind, plus holding an umbrella with one hand. No one is wearing a crash helmet, and the paths are shared with motor scooters and mopeds, also whose riders have no crash helmets.

Hordes of triathletes are recceing the bike route, and getting soaked in the process.

We meet up with Anne, who has discovered with great excitement that as a single women the hotel has provided to buy in the rooms mini bar, an item called Fifty Shades of Grey, which consists of two chrome balls joined with a flexible link apparently for intimate insertion. Wow! All we get as a couple is a package labelled “Love Kit” for 4.5 Euro. I’m rather affronted, it’s just one condom. Great play was made in the daily papers during the 2012 London Olympic games over how many millions of free condoms were provided for each athlete, and I just get one which I have to pay for! (After the event Anne is seen walking through the hotel lobby with a strange gait. She is emphatic this is down to the effects of the race).

I’m still far from able to bend right down, Brenda helps me assemble my bike, then we walk over to the Registration tent, where we are given all the necessities for the race, and our freebies. The freebies are a real joke, they are one cheap IQ reducer, a tiny fridge magnet, a soft sachet of water, race tattoo remover, muscle rub, discount vouchers for restaurants, a free transport ticket and a ride on Spidol (river cruise). No event tee!! I’ve done over 150 triathlons, and a tee is for me the best thing, every time you wear it it brings back memories.

The para triathlon is on today, and we go and watch some of it, mainly the visually impaired athletes. There is a vast range of visual disability on display, as a tandem comes in the guide (that’s the one on the front!) hops off. The difference is very apparent, some who must be blind, or nearly so, get off the back and just stand there. After parking the tandem the guide has to show them where their gear is, wait while they put it on, and then attached to a cord guide them on the run. At the other end of the spectrum, the guides are struggling to keep up!

We take advantage of the very good river boat trip. On the way back to the hotel, we catch a look at the Junior Women World Championships.

The hotel boasts a Spa, which I want to use to give my back some hot/cold treatment. As Brenda and I enter there is a notice that states no clothes must be worn. We walk past some treatment rooms which have floor to ceiling clear glass windows. One is occupied by a women laying on a treatment table, Brenda reckons it’s a man (how many men do you know who would pay the GDP of a small country to have a few pebbles balanced on their bare arse?). Coming past some time later the issue is not resolved because the treatment has moved on with the person being covered with a thick layer of foam; a bit like if you’ve put too much washing up liquid in the sink. For those who really want to know (all of you I bet), the piercings, and shavings as shown on that depressing programme Naked Attraction (yes, that programme that no one’s ever seen, which is depressing for what a poor state the youngsters bodies are in) are not represented here!

Saturday dawns, and there is a team meeting, where we are bought up to date with changes in times, rules, clothing issues etc. I take advantage of a break in the appalling weather to take my assembled bike out for a shakedown ride. Just after lunch is the Elite men’s race, the weather is even worse, so we decide to watch it from our room, and what we can’t see, on the television. During the elite bike segment I decide to visit the spa again, as with people watching the tri. hopefully it won’t be busy, as well as hot/cold I want to do some stretching, which I’m not sure will go down too well in the sauna! I time it right and work out on a 5 mins in sauna, 3 mins under cold shower schedule.

The race itself is unique for me as it’s held in three distinct locations. There isn’t one area, which you return to for each discipline as is normal, but two transitions and a swim start which are far away from one another. Not got the right kit in the right area, and your race is over! We have to take our bikes to T1 which is located on the other side of the river to T2 at a designated time on Saturday. They are left here open to the elements overnight. I return to the hotel and then do a short 25 minute jog interspersed with a couple of flat out sprints. My back although very sore doesn’t seem to be an issue.

Sunday morning dawns (well 5 am) and it’s not raining, in fact a whole canopy of stars are shining, and the winds dropped. I now have a tight schedule to go to T2 to place my running gear at my numbered station. We have been told that me must only leave our running shoes here, and certainly nothing to mark our patch, officials true to their word are going down all the lines of shoes removing any items that will not be used. Quite a shock for some people when they arrive back here. From here I have to catch a ferry to T1 to check my bike and lay out the equipment I need. Then its a long walk to the swim start, and the place to book in all the clothing etc. that isn’t used, but is needed at the finish. It seems pretty simple as I write it, but it gave me a certain amount of mental anguish in reality.

The sun is now out, and it’s not as cold as predicted (the water is 18 C and the air 11.8 C). The whole event is running 15 minutes late, so I’ve got a two hour wait before my start. I meet up with Anne to discus what to wear, the previous two days have been so cold and wet, that a concession has been made to allow the wearing of thermal vests beneath the tri suit. She reckons we’ll overheat, but I do feel the cold, so I’ve put on a small impervious bib that covers just my chest. I go for a 20 min warm up run, and check that I can bend down far enough to get my cycling shoes on. All is good. Half an hour before the start we are checked into a holding pen, and the announcer introduces us. With one minute to go we are called to the floating pontoon, enter the water, place one hand on the pontoon, the starter shouts “marks” and instantly the starting klaxon sounds. I’ve placed myself right in the middle of the start, hoping I get plenty of drafting. The 79 athletes representing 20 countries who’ve made it to the start thrash the water to a foam. These are the World Championships, you’ve got to commit! I breathe only to my right, and can see that I’m in the lead, when at about 100m I look forward to spot the white building I’m aiming for I realise the faster swimmers are ahead to my left, so I try and latch on to their feet. By now I’ve settled into a rhythm, however 1500m at race pace is still pretty arduous. The swim exit is up a series of steel steps, then a steep ramp.

It is now about a 500m run to T1 along a blue carpet, which is a bit of a swizz as it runs out after about 300m. Find my bike pretty seamlessly, but it’s here the fun begins: we have to deposit our wetsuit in the bag provided, I’ve never had to practice this, but reckon I’ve cracked it having folded the bag back on itself. I rip off my wetsuit and stuff it in the bag grab the closing cords, jerk, and I’m left with a closed bag with the wetsuit outside! End up just grabbing it and stuffing in as best I can. Now have to run with the bike to the mount line about 200m, it’s a bit bouncy and I watch my gel flask detach itself from the bike frame and fly over my right shoulder. I really need it, so have to go back for it (Anne had her fluid dispenser disintegrate here, which even with her powers of resuscitation is not repairable so has to do the whole bike without hydration—pretty hardcore). Now the bike course as I mentioned has been much maligned, and I’m sure in the wet would pose many problems, but it’s dry, the sun’s shining, and with a bit of care is survivable. The Olympic distance which is 40km, consists of 2 laps. There are quite a few cyclists from previous waves on the circuit on their second lap as we start our first. We have to cross four bridges, which are the only bits of architecture that rise above the pan flat course. My heart rate is good, my back is sore, and my neck aches. There is a bit of excitement at the end of the lap, because the small bridge we cross on the way out is not wide enough to accept two-way traffic, the organisers have placed a temporary bridge alongside (which wasn’t able to be ridden prior to the race), it stands about 1 metre above the cycle path, so a very short ramp has been provided at either end. Hitting the ramp at nearly 20mph launches you skywards, you’ve just got control back when you’re launched of the other end straight towards the crowd barriers, where not surprisingly a large crowd had gathered to watch the fun. Funnily enough you don’t hit it so fast the second time!

It’s at the start of the second lap that I realise that things aren’t going that well, cyclists, that I know are not normally as quick as me are going past. There’s nothing I can do as I’m on my limit. No dramas occur during the second lap, and I head for T2. This involves yet another long run with the bike to where I’ve placed my shoes. Out onto the run, which is mainly on gravel covered paths in a small park. The run consists of two laps of a 5km course running up and down the park. In one place the 400m long up path runs parallel with the down path, with only 10m separating them, and no barriers. Very tempting to save nearly 800m by hopping across!!

Running in the park is quite nice, it’s pleasantly cool, and not too many people are overtaking, I know I’m not running very fast but there’s nothing I can do about it,so it’s a relief when I hit the finishing circuit. I near the finish just as the commentator starts getting all excited about the arrival of a new World Champion, I know it’s not me! It’s a guy in the 80-84 class (started 45 minutes before me) pretty inspirational stuff.

This is where the organisers are very lucky with the weather, there’s nowhere to go after the finish, no showers, not much choice of food, and no shelter. We have to wait ages before our wetsuits arrive at the pick-up point, anyone with a plane to catch would be struggling. We go back to the hotel to disassemble the bike and wait for Anne to arrive.

I’m very disappointed as to how things have gone, although I got as much out of my body as I could on the day. Unfortunately at this level any weakness will find you out, there are no second chances. Writing this a few days after, I know that two years ago when I could barely move through injury I would have been more than pleased just to qualify.

Anne on the other hand arrives very happy, and so she should be, she’s had a cracking race, as can be seen below:

Results: 1500m Swim: 40km Bike: 10km Run

Women 50-54

Anne Maskell

POSITION TIME SWIM T1 BIKE T2 RUN

10th 2:25:32 26:53 05:07 1:08:28 02:29 42:38

Men 60-64

Jon Ford-Dunn

POSITION TIME SWIM T1 BIKE T2 RUN

21st 2:27:23 26:27 05:43 1:08:03 02:18 44:53


Lanhydrock 10 – 2017 Results

Results in XLS and PDF format.

Category and Team results haven’t been released yet.

Position Time Name Club Category Pace
1 1:04:41 WILLIAMS, Simon S St Austell Running Club Male Vet 40-44 06:28.0
2 1:06:29 MARPLES, Alex Truro Running Club Male Vet 35-39 06:38.8
3 1:07:13 STRACHAN, Steven Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 06:43.2
4 1:08:12 DAVIES, James Truro Running Club Male under 35 06:49.1
5 1:08:13 BARNET, James Falmouth Road Runners Male under 35 06:49.2
6 1:08:33 RAMSDEN, Clive Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 06:51.2
7 1:09:27 EVANS, Darren Launceston Road Runners Male Vet 35-39 06:56.6
8 1:11:09 BRYDON, James Bodmin Road Runners Male under 35 07:06.8
9 1:11:09 RICHARDS, Gary Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 45-49 07:06.8
10 1:12:26 STANDING, Rob Truro Running Club Male Vet 45-49 07:14.5
11 1:13:51 JEPSON, Aidan Truro Running Club Male Vet 35-39 07:23.0
12 1:13:55 DANIELL, Jamie   Male under 35 07:23.4
13 1:14:01 TRUDGIAN, Andy St Austell Running Club Male Vet 45-49 07:24.0
14 1:14:13 DAVIES, James   Male Vet 35-39 07:25.2
15 1:14:26 CAPPS, David Falmouth Road Runners Male under 35 07:26.5
16 1:14:29 CHYNOWETH, Richard Truro Running Club Male Vet 35-39 07:26.8
17 1:15:41 DEACON, Mark Looe Pioneers Male under 35 07:34.0
18 1:15:45 ULLMAN, Chris East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 45-49 07:34.4
19 1:16:15 LUCKHURST, Will Hayle Runners Male Vet 45-49 07:37.4
20 1:16:35 CHIRGWIN, Rob Truro Running Club Male under 35 07:39.4
21 1:16:37 WALKER, Iain St Austell Running Club Male Vet 60-64 07:39.6
22 1:17:23 SHIRLEY, Rich St Austell Running Club Male under 35 07:44.2
23 1:18:04 LLOYD, James Truro Running Club Male Vet 40-44 07:48.3
24 1:18:46 BURDON, Gary   Male under 35 07:52.5
25 1:18:47 CULLERTON, Mark   Male Vet 40-44 07:52.6
26 1:18:51 JONES, Stephen Truro Running Club Male Vet 35-39 07:53.0
27 1:18:53 CARTER, Steven Truro Running Club Male Vet 40-44 07:53.2
28 1:18:56 HARRISON, Karen Cornwall AC Female Vet 45-49 07:53.5
29 1:19:11 HEWITT, David   Male Vet 40-44 07:55.0
30 1:19:14 MORSE, Helen East Cornwall Harriers Female under 35 07:55.3
31 1:19:54 WATSON, Robin Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 50-54 07:59.3
32 1:20:17 NEWMAN, Grant Southville RC Male under 35 08:01.6
33 1:20:30 SQUIRE, Darren St Austell Running Club Male Vet 45-49 08:02.9
34 1:20:45 JURD, Mike Wimborne AC Male Vet 55-59 08:04.4
35 1:21:19 GRASSAM, Mark Looe Pioneers Male Vet 45-49 08:07.8
36 1:21:35 BARRETT, Pete Stroud & District AC Male Vet 40-44 08:09.4
37 1:21:39 BRAY, Vivian Cornwall AC Male Vet 50-54 08:09.8
38 1:21:59 ALDIS, Phil Bude Rats Male Vet 55-59 08:11.8
39 1:22:04 BOSWELL, Guy Plymouth Musketeers Male Vet 50-54 08:12.3
40 1:22:22 GWYNNE, Paul Mud Crew Trail Runners Male Vet 50-54 08:14.1
41 1:22:36 MARRIOTT, Chris St Austell Running Club Male Vet 35-39 08:15.5
42 1:22:39 GAY, Jennifer Truro Running Club Female under 35 08:15.8
43 1:22:41 RAPSON, Nigel St Austell Running Club Male Vet 55-59 08:16.0
44 1:23:44 MACKELLAR, Billy Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 50-54 08:22.3
45 1:24:17 ALLEN, Peter Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 60-64 08:25.6
46 1:25:04 NICHOLLS, Martin   Male Vet 40-44 08:30.3
47 1:25:14 WHELL, John   Male Vet 45-49 08:31.3
48 1:25:16 BARRETT, Ron   Male Vet 55-59 08:31.5
49 1:25:34 CHASE, Andy St Austell Running Club Male under 35 08:33.3
50 1:25:45 HAYNES, Janet Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 50-54 08:34.4
51 1:26:00 HARDING, Ben East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 35-39 08:35.9
52 1:26:04 EYRE, Janna Carn Runners Female Vet 35-39 08:36.3
53 1:26:12 STACEY, Hayley East Cornwall Harriers Female Vet 35-39 08:37.1
54 1:26:45 LOMAS, Laura   Female under 35 08:40.4
55 1:26:45 LOMAS, Alex   Male under 35 08:40.4
56 1:26:58 SIMPSON, David   Male Vet 55-59 08:41.7
57 1:27:03 BEES, Andy Plymouth Musketeers Male Vet 35-39 08:42.2
58 1:27:10 FRASER, Robin   Male under 35 08:42.9
59 1:27:10 TREBILCOCK, Liz Truro Running Club Female Vet 50-54 08:42.9
60 1:27:20 WILSON, Michael Truro Running Club Male Vet 55-59 08:43.9
61 1:27:41 THOMAS, Rachael Cornwall AC Female Vet 40-44 08:46.0
62 1:28:23 MOORE, Andy Hayle Runners Male Vet 55-59 08:50.2
63 1:28:36 CULLERTON, Tracey Plymouth Musketeers Female Vet 45-49 08:51.5
64 1:28:50 JEFFREY-JONES, Monique Bodmin Womens RC Female Vet 45-49 08:52.9
65 1:28:53 TODD, Claire St Austell Running Club Female Vet 45-49 08:53.2
66 1:29:04 GARBETT, Linda Tri Logic Cornwall Female Vet 45-49 08:54.3
67 1:29:07 DALE, Steve Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 08:54.6
68 1:29:08 PRANGLEY, Michael   Male Vet 50-54 08:54.7
69 1:29:13 THOMAS, Helen Carn Runners Female Vet 45-49 08:55.2
70 1:30:25 BLACKBURN, Simon Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 55-59 09:02.4
71 1:30:35 KERR, Millie   Female under 35 09:03.4
72 1:30:43 DONOVAN, Tim   Male Vet 50-54 09:04.2
73 1:30:48 NICHOLLS, Meeta East Cornwall Harriers Female Vet 40-44 09:04.7
74 1:30:52 MENSING, Claire Truro Running Club Female Vet 40-44 09:05.1
75 1:30:53 PICK, Robert East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 60-64 09:05.2
76 1:30:56 DODWELL, Helen Truro Running Club Female Vet 40-44 09:05.5
77 1:30:56 STAVES, Jo Truro Running Club Female Vet 40-44 09:05.5
78 1:31:13 BARNFIELD, Marty   Male Vet 40-44 09:07.2
79 1:31:29 BRAY, Finlay Truro Running Club Male under 35 09:08.8
80 1:31:41 OSBORNE, Barry Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 45-49 09:10.0
81 1:32:16 PIPET, Martin Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 09:13.5
82 1:32:17 STEVENS, Sarah   Female Vet 40-44 09:13.6
83 1:32:30 MARSLAND, Louise Tamar Trotters Female Vet 35-39 09:14.9
84 1:33:15 ALSOP, Doug St Austell Running Club Male Vet 65-69 09:19.4
85 1:33:43 DREW, Peter Carn Runners Male Vet 65-69 09:22.2
86 1:33:51 RICHARDS, Emma Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 35-39 09:23.0
87 1:34:08 DREW, Barry Carn Runners Male Vet 70-74 09:24.6
88 1:34:10 CRABB, Sally Looe Pioneers Female Vet 40-44 09:24.8
89 1:34:17 ROONEY, Michael Mounts Bay Harriers Male under 35 09:25.5
90 1:34:27 JONES, Malcolm Launceston Road Runners Male Vet 55-59 09:26.5
91 1:34:37 HUNTER, Mark Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 35-39 09:27.5
92 1:34:50 PALMER, Brendan Storm Running Plymouth Male Vet 40-44 09:28.8
93 1:35:01 ASPDEN, Gail Hayle Runners Female Vet 45-49 09:29.9
94 1:35:24 ROBERTS, John Local Male Vet 40-44 09:32.2
95 1:35:52 RINGER, Ian Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 70-74 09:35.0
96 1:36:23 DAWES, Jackie Okehampton RC Female Vet 45-49 09:38.1
97 1:36:23 PATERSON, Juliet Okehampton RC Female Vet 40-44 09:38.1
98 1:36:27 GARDINER, Steven St Austell Running Club Male under 35 09:38.5
99 1:36:38 MANSFIELD, Sue Truro Running Club Female Vet 50-54 09:39.6
100 1:37:06 KNUCKEY, Nigel Truro Running Club Male Vet 60-64 09:42.4
101 1:37:23 BEES, Philip Plymouth Musketeers Male Vet 60-64 09:44.1
102 1:37:23 HOCKINGS, Alan Plymouth Musketeers Male Vet 45-49 09:44.1
103 1:37:33 COATES, Pat Newquay Road Runners Female Vet 55-59 09:45.1
104 1:38:03 MCBAIN, Vanessa May Newquay Road Runners Female under 35 09:48.1
105 1:38:36 PIPER, Jacqueline   Female Vet 45-49 09:51.4
106 1:38:52 HIRST, Amanda   Female Vet 40-44 09:53.0
107 1:39:23 OLDHAM, Lucy East Cornwall Harriers Female Vet 40-44 09:56.1
108 1:39:49 BURROWS, Robert Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 60-64 09:58.7
109 1:39:52 LEAN, David East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 55-59 09:59.0
110 1:39:53 WILLCOCKS, Bob Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 55-59 09:59.1
111 1:40:02 FERKIN, Charmaine   Female Vet 40-44 10:00.0
112 1:40:07 COPE, Jackie Falmouth Road Runners Female Vet 60-64 10:00.5
113 1:40:27 WARREN, Diane Hayle Runners Female Vet 60-64 10:02.5
114 1:40:36 ADAMS, Elaine Hayle Runners Female Vet 40-44 10:03.4
115 1:41:13 BRICE, Gemma   Female Vet 35-39 10:07.1
116 1:41:16 PIERCE, Ruth Hayle Runners Female Vet 50-54 10:07.4
117 1:41:28 NEEDHAM, Sara Newquay Road Runners Female Vet 35-39 10:08.6
118 1:41:30 MAYWOOD, Kirstie Looe Pioneers Female Vet 50-54 10:08.8
119 1:41:33 DAVEY, Tracey East Cornwall Harriers Female Vet 40-44 10:09.1
120 1:41:39 MCFADDEN, Tracy Bodmin Womens RC Female Vet 50-54 10:09.7
121 1:41:57 SWIFT, Sarah Launceston Road Runners Female under 35 10:11.5
122 1:42:07 TREGIDGO, Steve St Austell Running Club Male Vet 35-39 10:12.5
123 1:42:24 BURTON, Deborah   Female Vet 35-39 10:14.2
124 1:42:24 FOY, David   Male Vet 45-49 10:14.2
125 1:42:27 STEVENS, Zoe   Female Vet 35-39 10:14.5
126 1:42:56 LONG, Fran Hayle Runners Female Vet 55-59 10:17.4
127 1:42:58 NASH, Samanta   Female Vet 35-39 10:17.6
128 1:43:01 TILLEY, John Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 65-69 10:17.9
129 1:43:15 GIBSON, Alice Hayle Runners Female under 35 10:19.3
130 1:43:18 SYMONS, Paula   Female Vet 35-39 10:19.6
131 1:43:24 BLACKMORE, Jo   Female Vet 35-39 10:20.2
132 1:43:27 WALLER, Joely St Austell Running Club Female Vet 45-49 10:20.5
133 1:43:28 POPE, Robert Truro Running Club Male Vet 55-59 10:20.6
134 1:43:40 HOWELL, Tom Mile High Male under 35 10:21.8
135 1:43:49 LYDALL, Denise Falmouth Road Runners Female Vet 45-49 10:22.7
136 1:44:03 BEARD, Sharon Bodmin Road Runners Female Vet 45-49 10:24.1
137 1:44:04 NEWMAN, Hayley Lordshill Female under 35 10:24.2
138 1:44:07 MATRAVES, Julie Carn Runners Female Vet 45-49 10:24.5
139 1:44:15 DONOVAN, Emma   Female Vet 35-39 10:25.3
140 1:44:20 BEARD, Robert Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 50-54 10:25.8
141 1:44:56 BORLASE, Mark   Male Vet 65-69 10:29.4
142 1:44:58 MARTIN, Samantha Plymouth Musketeers Female Vet 45-49 10:29.6
143 1:44:59 MARTIN, Gary Plymouth Musketeers Male Vet 45-49 10:29.7
144 1:45:11 BATEMAN, Rebecca Bodmin Road Runners Female Vet 40-44 10:30.9
145 1:45:30 SENIOR, Ann Hayle Runners Female Vet 60-64 10:32.8
146 1:45:45 PRADY, Liz Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 60-64 10:34.3
147 1:45:49 DALES, Emma East Cornwall Harriers Female Vet 55-59 10:34.7
148 1:45:59 PALMER, Stefan Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 45-49 10:35.7
149 1:46:44 WHELL, Lisa   Female under 35 10:40.2
150 1:47:02 JAMIESON, Sandy Carn Runners Female Vet 65-69 10:42.0
151 1:48:09 JEWELS, Lucy St Austell Running Club Female Vet 45-49 10:48.7
152 1:48:57 BENDE (ROSSALL), Cassi Truro Running Club Female under 35 10:53.5
153 1:48:59 MAYWOOD, Bryan Looe Pioneers Male Vet 50-54 10:53.7
154 1:49:35 CUMBLEY, Kat Hayle Runners Female under 35 10:57.3
155 1:51:09 WOODFINE-BEARD, Kelly Newquay Road Runners Female Vet 35-39 11:06.7
156 1:51:29 BAWDEN, Mike Cornwall AC Male Vet 55-59 11:08.7
157 1:51:50 BARRETT, Gill Stroud & District AC Female Vet 45-49 11:10.8
158 1:52:06 CORNWALL, Carole Okehampton RC Female Vet 45-49 11:12.4
159 1:52:21 ALBON, Gary   Male Vet 50-54 11:13.9
160 1:53:20 MANKEE, Emma Carn Runners Female Vet 45-49 11:19.8
161 1:53:47 VINNICOMBE, Caroline Carn Runners Female Vet 40-44 11:22.5
162 1:53:51 MEIER, Sarah   Female Vet 40-44 11:22.9
163 1:54:29 ROBERTSON, Jen Bodmin Road Runners Female Vet 40-44 11:26.7
164 1:54:29 MORRIS, Amy   Female Vet 40-44 11:26.7
165 1:55:23 PASCOE, Wendy Hayle Runners Female Vet 50-54 11:32.1
166 1:55:56 ANDREWS, George Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 65-69 11:35.4
167 1:56:51 WADE, Margaret Carn Runners Female Vet 65-69 11:40.9
168 1:57:46 HEYWOOD, Peter Looe Pioneers Male Vet 70-74 11:46.4
169 1:57:46 KEMP, Mandy Looe Pioneers Female Vet 55-59 11:46.4
170 1:57:51 WRIGHT, Karen St Petrocs Dragons Tri Club Female Vet 50-54 11:46.9
171 1:57:51 WHITE, Karen Bodmin Womens RC Female Vet 45-49 11:46.9
172 1:57:51 DYMOND, Amanda Bodmin Womens RC Female Vet 40-44 11:46.9
173 2:01:01 HADFIELD, Dawn St Austell Running Club Female Vet 50-54 12:05.9
174 2:01:09 DORMER, Kathran Falmouth Road Runners Female Vet 65-69 12:06.7
175 2:02:38 ROSS, Sarah Tamar Trotters Female Vet 50-54 12:15.6
176 2:02:45 PADDON, Alison Tamar Trotters Female Vet 50-54 12:16.3
177 2:07:21 BOLT, Adrian Truro Running Club Male Vet 50-54 12:43.9
178 2:08:16 MIDDLEHURST, Peter Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 65-69 12:49.4
179 2:09:00 BOXALL, Melanie Falmouth Road Runners Female Vet 50-54 12:53.8
180 2:11:52 POOLE, Wendy St Austell Running Club Female Vet 55-59 13:11.0
181 2:14:04 GOADSBY, Bill Daventry Road Runners Male Vet 65-69 13:24.2
182 2:14:19 RAIKER, Diana Falmouth Road Runners Female under 35 13:25.7
183 2:14:20 LAWRENCE, Steven Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 60-64 13:25.8
184 2:16:04 SLATER, Kirstie Truro Running Club Female Vet 40-44 13:36.2
185 2:16:05 CROWLE, Jonathan Truro Running Club Male Vet 45-49 13:36.3
186 2:24:43 WALL, Katie   Female under 35 14:28.1
187 2:24:43 OVERD, Lynne Looe Pioneers Female Vet 55-59 14:28.1
188 3:07:21 WHITRIDGE, Tilly Cornwall AC Female Vet 45-49 18:43.8
189 3:07:21 THOMAS, Kathryn Cornwall AC Female Vet 40-44 18:43.8
190 3:07:22 TAPHOUSE, Lesley Bodmin Road Runners Female Vet 55-59 18:43.9

 

 

 


Truro Half Marathon 2017

Report by Hana Clitherow

Sometimes, believe it or not, I am actually lost for words. It doesn’t happen very often, usually at work when some teenager struggles to form a coherent sentence and I stand there with mouth open, hoping that at some point, the jumble of words they have randomly selected off the floor can be joined up into something vaguely comprehensible. Today though, I’m struggling to transmit my thoughts into print so as to provide my two loyal readers with a race report for last Sundays Truro Half Marathon. Maybe I’m still shattered from all the hills? It certainly isn’t from over imbibing at the post-race get together unlike some TRC members. I think I have brain fog and today it is fairly dense!

I wasn’t even sure if I was going to enter this event due to having entered a marathon with a race date falling two weeks before the Truro Half, but I threw caution to the wind and a few clicks on the laptop I was in. I was tempted by the advertised race memento, value for money entry fee, close proximity to home address, fabulous medal plus selective amnesia.

So pre-race preparation consisted of walking over 10 miles the day before, on legs and hips that were still grumpy after the City to Sea Marathon and being attached to someone so old. A meal out at a local wine bar with some hydration products included, but not to excess. An early for me bedtime but not much sleep due to all the sheep I needed to count having been rounded up and put in a barn by another insomniac. And thankfully I checked my race info email for the start time, as I had fixed 10:30 in my mind only to find that it was in fact an hour earlier at 09:30.

With porridge eaten I walk the easy quarter of a mile to the race HQ which this year is housed in the rear lobby area of the Hall for Cornwall facing onto Boscawen Street. The sky is a strange and unfamiliar bright blue in colour and has slight warmth emanating from a yellow object suspended above us like a BBQ heater. I take a photo of this to show my grandchildren in years to come and then locate a gaggle of TRC runners who are sorting team race numbers and shirt sizes out. I am handed mine and then go off to sus out the public toilets as today folks…….there are no green, blue or grey temporary plastic cuboids in which to urinate or ????…No, today we have the council run, free to use and amazingly clean Truro city public toilets.

 

Now as I have been a resident of Truro for many years and having had small children and a weak post coffee bladder, I have accumulated a very good knowledge of where to Pee for free. So on race day Sunday the Leats Public Toilets were the obvious choice so that is where I headed. Please don’t pass this location on as most runners head for the toilets at either end of Lemon Quay and there is always a queue there. The Leat’s toilets are usually cleaner with good ventilation and many cubicles but ladies; you do have to climb a set of stairs to reach them. Having said that, seeing as you have entered and are waiting to start a HILLY HALF MARATHON, stairs really shouldn’t be a problem, well not until after the race that is! As I walk up King St I spy two other ladies who appear to be travelling in the same direction as myself and they aren’t wearing Truro race vests. Maybe they are readers of my race drivel and hence have insider toilet knowledge?

Spot the “Head thong”

There is now a growing crowd of expectant runners on Lemon Quay all waiting for the off. Apparently I’ve missed the TRC group photo so someone grabs another. Rob P appears with what can only be described as a Fluorescent “Borat Mankini” attached to his head. If it’s not that then it could well be a ladies Thong from the “Anne Summers running range”. Rob states it is a sweatband, I raise my eyebrows in that “really” expression but he isn’t at all perturbed by our mockery of him.

Liz and Mark T plus myself head for the starting pen and wait the off. “Our Diane” is under the weather so Mark, TRC’s equivalent to a Butlins redcoat, is giving us our pre-race briefing. I have to admit I didn’t listen as well as I should due to chatting and general noise around me. Dave M our race compare has been broadcasting to the world that should any runner be seen wearing headphones then the snipers strategically placed around the route would take them out. Maybe another year we should have a “Paintball” event running alongside just for that purpose. Head/earphone offenders could then be easily spotted as they cross the finishing line due paint splatters adorning their sweaty bodies.

After a 1, 2, 3 we are off with the famous line uttered by Liz T in my ears, “I mustn’t set off too fast” Did either of us follow this mantra? I think not, the cobbled streets of Truro require a little speedy dodging and weaving in order to reach the pavement section at Newham without being too congested. Liz is ahead with me a few feet behind and the first mile passes without any real issues.

The Newham Trail is muddy and I have chosen to wear my multi terrain shoes, which is proving beneficial. They won’t keep the mud and water out or off my legs but they are helping me stay upright. After spending over 5 hours running in the rain two weeks ago, the mud is almost appealing and certainly not by any means as cold. It doesn’t make me want to rush out and book myself in for a Mud Spa experience anytime soon but my tolerance level for this substance has raised from zero to just above. Don’t worry Fergie I won’t be applying to join “Mudcrew” anytime soon.

Where Newham trail joins the lane taking you downhill to Calenick we turn left by the first water station. We then turn left again by a row of cottages where it would appear one runner may have been pushing themselves a little too hard and had left a puddle of semi digested food by the first cottage gate. With nose fully wrinkled I start the first real climb passing Higher Calenick Farm, where the map shows the gradient to be worthy of two chevrons. I don’t walk I just plod along at a slow trot and Liz starts to widen the gap between us both. I have the advantage of much longer legs but on the hills I think shorter legs are far stronger and perform better.

At Porthkea, although the road had levelled out to undulating, we turn right and head ever upwards passing the second water station and then the back of Kea school before bearing left onto a raised pavement where the lovely “Longman Girls” are marshalling and give me a high five. We proceed along Old Coach Road before a little diversion through a garaging section of Penlea Villas and then onto Penhalls Way followed by Halvarras road where I almost have a “Poldark moment”. Two fine Shire type horses are being lead towards me by a male in leather/waxed type coat boots with shoulder length locks of an age that could make an old woman’s heart flutter. Sadly, neither the horses nor the male bat an eyelid as I trot by but it makes me smile.

At the end of Halvarras Road we turn left and join the B3289 heading slightly downwards towards Penelewey, passing the “Punch Bowl and Ladle” pub where once again the opportunity to offer us runners a sample of ale had been missed. When I ran the Prague Half Marathon a couple years ago the cities brewery’s had samples of the local lager out for us to indulge in. There are at least Two English Vineyard races somewhere out of county and the Medoc Marathon that involves Vineyards, wine and fine food. Perhaps we in Cornwall with the abundance of Micro Breweries dotted about the county, could bring about a Beer Marathon??????? I don’t mean the sort that was completed at the TRC post-race get together!

Our out rider

At a cross roads we continue left along the B3289 towards Trelissick and the King Harry Ferry. The road is initially flat then rises a little before we are directed left through some deep soft mud and onto another off road section. The route turns right through some trees where dodging tree roots is advisable and then across a field before dropping down some steps to another water station and the start of a compacted mud bridle/cycle/footpath where the going is firm to soft with some lovely large puddles to either go through or around. At this point Liz is still ahead of me but as we start the very steep downhill section of this path, where sliding onto your rear end is a strong possibility her descending skills and off road shoes came into their own. My centre of gravity, balance and staying upright skills aren’t as good as hers so I decide to slow to a walk initially then as the gradient lessens I pick up speed again. God knows how our cycling outrider stays on his bike when he negotiates this section because if that was me, I’d end up in casualty with a broken nose and minus teeth.

The path crosses a stream which runs under the path so we don’t run through it, then goes steeply upwards on a lumpy stony path, the surface of which changes depending on how much and how heavy any rain has been. Liz is now increasing her lead on me and as we pass Tregew I notice that we don’t appear to be turning right towards Treloggas but are being sent up the road for about 200yds around a cone before retracing our steps and then turning left towards Treloggas.

As my contribution to the Truro Half marathon, “Husband who plays Golf” and I cut the undergrowth on the path that runs from the Barn conversions at Treloggas up to Higher Lanner Farm. This year the brambles, stinging nettles etc. which adorn the hedgerows at this location had been provided with good quality growing weather and so “Husband who plays golf” opted for the petrol hedge cutter whilst I stuck with the garden shears as we rampaged through the shrubbery. The result was aching shoulders, nettle rash, prickles galore, gallons of sweat and a clear route for all you runners and horse riders that use the path to taverse. As I run up this path towards the Higher Lanner farm I admire our handy work and then turn left, back towards Porthkea.

We soon revisit water station No 3 which is now water station no 6 I believe, we are directed left along Carlyon Road where we do a loop around the houses so to speak before heading back onto Old Coach Road and the last three miles of the race. From this point onwards I know that there are no more REAL HILLS to climb just a short nip at Calenick before re-joining the Newham trail and the tiny slope when coming out of the subway and onto Lemon Quay. I feel encouraged by this knowledge and try to set about closing the gap between myself and Liz T.

still upright at the finishing line

Liz is just too quick on the downhill section past Kea school but once on the trail I decide to just plough through most of the puddles and mud and gain a few feet on Liz but not much more. I have to say that my usual basking shark facial expression is not ideal where puddle contents are being splashed up and my ingesting them is a strong possibility but somehow I manage to not even swallow a fly let alone a spider to catch the fly. In fact I don’t swallow anything along the whole 13 miles and that includes clean drinking water.

As I lean forward and try to gain some extra speed for the last mile I have drops of sweat falling off my “IQ reducer”. It is acting like Rob P’s “head thong” and absorbing all the moisture my head is producing and deflecting it from my eyes.

Through the subway I run and as Liz crosses the line, I hear people shouting encouragement. They aren’t shouting at me, but at some male who has the audacity to attempt to overtake me on the last 25yds. “Sod that for a laugh” I think and engage my turbo charger. Shit, my power to leg ratio has gone all wrong and my upper body is going faster than my feet. I’m not sure I am going to cross the line upright, but somehow a miracle occurs and embarrassment and blooded knees are avoided. I beat the audacious male. He congratulates me, I shake his hand and my body chastises me for thinking I am more able than I actually am. A lovely Brownie hands me my medal and a Pasty.

I go over and give Liz a hug whether she wants one or not and congratulate her on her brilliant run, then I go in search of my baggage only to find I have 3 missed calls from my elderly mother……she never phones my mobile. In need of a hug, I locate Julie. My mother of 92 had spent the night on the floor having fallen and didn’t want to trouble anyone during the night. The good news is that she is only bruised and pained but thankfully a neighbour came to her rescue. My aching body on the other hand is all self-induced and deserves no sympathy at all.

So all in all:

  • Race HQ. Ideal for collecting race no’s but not big enough for people to shelter in should it rain.
  • Plentiful, clean with no queues if you know where to go.
  • As brilliant as ever offering loads of encouragement.
  • Car parking. Plentiful on street or car parks which cost.
  • The route. Very rural, some off road but when dry, road shoes are fine. Hills to test your legs so this is not a PB race.
  • Race memento. Long sleeve technical T, brilliant medal plus a Cornish pasty.
  • Will I run it again? I need at least 11 months to think about this one.

“8 pin Colin” and the darling Frank

10 out 10 TRC and “our Diane” oh and “8 pin” Colin and Frank.


Truro Half Marathon - Results 2017

These results are updated but are still provisional. We are missing a number of runners, so if your result is missing please email web@trurorunningclub.org.uk and we will arrange for the results to be corrected. Please include your name, running number and your estimate of your finishing time (as accurately as you can but a rough time is better than nothing). Thanks.

If you dropped out of the race or didn’t start after picking up your number then can you also get in contact so we can cross you off our list. Thanks.

Position Time Name Team Category Pace No
1 1:17:12 BENNEY, Aaron Mile High Male Vet 35-39 05:53.5 204
2 1:19:04 MARTIN, Andrew Mile High Male Vet 35-39 06:02.0 480
3 1:20:40 STEPHENSON, Jamie Mile High Male under 35 06:09.3 461
4 1:22:35 WHEAR, Paul Cornwall AC Male Vet 45-49 06:18.1 435
5 1:23:12 MCWILLIAMS, John Mounts Bay Harriers Male under 35 06:20.9 536
6 1:23:27 WILLIAMS, Simon S St Austell Running Club Male Vet 40-44 06:22.1 570
7 1:23:48 CHARLES, David   Male under 35 06:23.7 287
8 1:23:50 GOODWAY, Dan Truro Running Club Male under 35 06:23.8 419
9 1:26:33 WEBSTER, Mark Cornwall AC Male under 35 06:36.3 434
10 1:26:47 STRACHAN, Steven Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 06:37.4 591
11 1:26:58 ADAMS, Tim St Austell Running Club Male Vet 45-49 06:38.2 335
12 1:27:02 SAVAGE, Rich Hayle Runners Male Vet 50-54 06:38.5 298
13 1:27:54 DITTY, Graham Mile High Male under 35 06:42.5 296
14 1:27:59 TREGONNING, David   Male under 35 06:42.9 482
15 1:28:18 REID, Douglas   Male Vet 40-44 06:44.3 533
16 1:28:32 BARNET, James Falmouth Road Runners Male under 35 06:45.4 141
17 1:29:12 WIDDERSHOVEN, Tim Carn Runners Male Vet 35-39 06:48.4 373
18 1:29:56 DAVIES, James Truro Running Club Male under 35 06:51.8 417
19 1:30:07 CUTLAN, James St Austell Running Club Male under 35 06:52.6 340
20 1:30:35 KNUCKEY, Craig Cornwall AC Male Vet 45-49 06:54.8 431
21 1:30:36 ANDREWARTHA, David Bude Rats Male under 35 06:54.8 597
22 1:30:37 LEAVER, Jake   Male under 35 06:54.9 582
23 1:31:18 DAVIS, Glynn Carn Runners Male Vet 50-54 06:58.0 382
24 1:31:35 RICHARDS, Gary Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 45-49 06:59.3 314
25 1:31:46 ROBINSON, Phil   Male Vet 40-44 07:00.2 517
26 1:32:06 BUNTING, Rachel   Female Vet 40-44 07:01.7 113
27 1:32:09 COULSON, Lee Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 50-54 07:01.9 390
28 1:32:16 STEPHENS, Jeremy Hayle Runners Male Vet 45-49 07:02.5 573
29 1:32:17 BAKER, Steve Tamar Trotters Male Vet 60-64 07:02.5 299
30 1:32:25 JEPSON, Aidan Truro Running Club Male Vet 35-39 07:03.2 67
31 1:32:46 BLOCK, Nick   Male Vet 35-39 07:04.8 556
32 1:33:08 THOMSON, Stuart Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 40-44 07:06.4 309
33 1:33:13 SWIFT, Nigel Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 07:06.8 176
34 1:33:19 DEACON, Mark Looe Pioneers Male under 35 07:07.3 143
35 1:33:22 MURRANT, Kieran Falmouth Road Runners Male under 35 07:07.5 396
36 1:33:23 BUSCOMBE, Jessica St Austell Running Club Female under 35 07:07.6 339
37 1:33:39 PHILP, David East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 55-59 07:08.8 210
38 1:33:53 BURGESS, Kathryn Cornwall AC Female Vet 40-44 07:09.9 438
39 1:34:17 CUDBY, Dave Truro Running Club Male Vet 35-39 07:11.7 422
40 1:34:18 TWIGGS, Tim Hayle Runners Male Vet 50-54 07:11.8 98
41 1:34:51 BRYDON, James Bodmin Road Runners Male under 35 07:14.3 254
42 1:34:51 SOLE, John Cornwall AC Male Vet 35-39 07:14.3 432
43 1:34:54 WILLIAMS, Marcus   Male Vet 40-44 07:14.5 496
44 1:34:55 KEY, Andrew   Male under 35 07:14.6 73
45 1:34:56 BATTY, Michael Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 50-54 07:14.7 526
46 1:35:09 MITCHELL, Clement   Male under 35 07:15.7 571
47 1:35:17 STANDING, Rob Truro Running Club Male Vet 45-49 07:16.3 424
48 1:35:21 RENDLE, Steve Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 45-49 07:16.6 507
49 1:36:18 BROWN, Craig Mile High Male Vet 40-44 07:20.9 537
50 1:36:20 HICKSON, Andrew Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 50-54 07:21.1 255
51 1:36:39 DEADMAN, Oliver   Male under 35 07:22.5 283
52 1:36:52 WOLF, Jan Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 40-44 07:23.5 426
53 1:37:01 RONNGARD, Mattias Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 45-49 07:24.2 505
54 1:37:02 WILLS, David   Male Vet 35-39 07:24.3 477
55 1:37:07 MARTIN, Steve   Male Vet 40-44 07:24.7 56
56 1:37:11 THOMAS, Philip Launceston Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 07:25.0 519
57 1:37:13 CHANNON, Lee Cornwall AC Male Vet 40-44 07:25.1 427
58 1:37:22 MARSTON, Jeremy Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 45-49 07:25.8 322
59 1:37:30 WATSON, Robin Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 50-54 07:26.4 407
60 1:37:51 CAPPS, David Falmouth Road Runners Male under 35 07:28.0 307
61 1:37:55 ALFORD, Richard   Male under 35 07:28.3 173
62 1:38:15 HEWITT, Chris   Male under 35 07:29.9 252
63 1:38:18 LOWE, Toby Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 45-49 07:30.1 529
64 1:38:20 PEARSON, Jeremy   Male Vet 40-44 07:30.2 473
65 1:38:30 JOHNSON, Paul St Austell Running Club Male under 35 07:31.0 446
66 1:38:39 BATHE, Colin Truro Running Club Male Vet 45-49 07:31.7 412
67 1:39:05 LAY, Dominic   Male under 35 07:33.7 129
68 1:39:05 WALKER, Iain St Austell Running Club Male Vet 60-64 07:33.7 497
69 1:39:20 WOOD, Byron   Male under 35 07:34.8 62
70 1:39:31 CROWLE, Revis East Cornwall Harriers Female Vet 55-59 07:35.7 472
71 1:39:44 LUCKHURST, Will Hayle Runners Male Vet 45-49 07:36.7 560
72 1:39:59 WILLIAMS, Ryan Falmouth Road Runners Male under 35 07:37.8 388
73 1:40:14 LAURIE, Andrew Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 50-54 07:38.9 395
74 1:40:19 SAVAGE, Jon Hayle Runners Male under 35 07:39.3 546
75 1:40:23 TREVAIL, Mathew Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 35-39 07:39.6 509
76 1:40:53 CAUGHEY, Shane   Male under 35 07:41.9 120
77 1:41:05 MITCHELL, Helen   Female Vet 50-54 07:42.8 247
78 1:41:13 PATERSON, Andrew Falmouth Road Runners Male under 35 07:43.5 622
79 1:41:14 MILBOURN, Lloyd Plymouth Harriers Male under 35 07:43.5 121
80 1:41:17 WEBBER, Simon East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 60-64 07:43.8 208
81 1:41:18 KEMPNY, Jiri St Austell Running Club Male Vet 40-44 07:43.8 469
82 1:41:23 GARAGHON, Jordan Looe Pioneers Male under 35 07:44.2 601
83 1:41:30 TUCKER, Ian Mounts Bay Harriers Male under 35 07:44.8 522
84 1:41:38 PALMER, Matthew   Male under 35 07:45.4 470
85 1:42:02 SAVAGE, Faye Hayle Runners Female Vet 40-44 07:47.2 297
86 1:42:08 GREER, Mike St Austell Running Club Male under 35 07:47.7 242
87 1:42:10 JONES, Stephen Truro Running Club Male Vet 35-39 07:47.8 169
88 1:42:24 FIRTH, Anthony Tamar Trotters Male Vet 45-49 07:48.9 551
89 1:42:29 LEDGER, Alan Tiverton Harriers Male Vet 35-39 07:49.3 212
90 1:42:33 BROWN, Stevan   Male Vet 50-54 07:49.6 292
91 1:42:36 JOSE, Amy Hayle Runners Female under 35 07:49.8 239
92 1:42:42 PARSONS, Steven   Male Vet 40-44 07:50.2 251
93 1:43:00 COPE, Philip   Male Vet 45-49 07:51.6 488
94 1:43:00 NICHOLAS, Matt St Austell Running Club Male under 35 07:51.6 337
95 1:43:08 POOLEY, Robert Carn Runners Male Vet 35-39 07:52.2 587
96 1:43:15 COCKS, Daniel   Male under 35 07:52.8 149
97 1:43:15 OLDERSHAW, Giles   Male under 35 07:52.8 215
98 1:43:29 CULLERTON, Mark   Male Vet 40-44 07:53.8 499
99 1:43:33 REDDICLIFFE, Nigel Launceston Road Runners Male Vet 50-54 07:54.1 230
100 1:43:44 BATCHELOR, David Hayle Runners Male Vet 55-59 07:55.0 304
101 1:43:52 ANGOVE, Paul Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 50-54 07:55.6 273
102 1:43:58 BOON, Andy Truro Running Club Male Vet 35-39 07:56.0 222
103 1:44:01 HARRISON, Nick Launceston Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 07:56.3 232
104 1:44:01 SMITH, Matthew   Male under 35 07:56.3 55
105 1:44:08 NANCARROW, Sue   Female Vet 45-49 07:56.8 484
106 1:44:09 MARRIOTT, Chris St Austell Running Club Male Vet 35-39 07:56.9 447
107 1:44:15 MEDLOCK, Kirsty Hayle Runners Female Vet 35-39 07:57.3 28
108 1:44:17 MUGFORD, Craig   Male Vet 35-39 07:57.5 475
109 1:44:23 STEVENS, Dan Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 45-49 07:58.0 402
110 1:44:55 AINSLEY, Simon   Male Vet 35-39 08:00.4 289
111 1:45:00 WHERRY, Andrew St Austell Running Club Male under 35 08:00.8 284
112 1:45:06 GRASSAM, Mark Looe Pioneers Male Vet 45-49 08:01.2 150
113 1:45:08 ABEL, Noel Mile High Male Vet 35-39 08:01.4 550
114 1:45:08 SOPP, Thomas Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 08:01.4 403
115 1:45:22 BAYLIS, Nicholas   Male Vet 35-39 08:02.5 288
116 1:45:24 WILSON, Michael Truro Running Club Male Vet 55-59 08:02.6 249
117 1:45:36 GWYNNE, Paul Truro Running Club Male Vet 50-54 08:03.5 277
118 1:45:48 WILLIAMS, Gary Looe Pioneers Male under 35 08:04.4 600
119 1:45:52 TONKIN, Sam   Male under 35 08:04.7 303
120 1:45:56 ROBINSON, Nick Torbay AC Male Vet 40-44 08:05.1 229
121 1:45:58 BURFORD, Lee Hayle Runners Male Vet 35-39 08:05.2 213
122 1:46:03 MOORE, Thomas Truro Running Club Male Vet 35-39 08:05.6 420
123 1:46:09 HARRISON, Mark Cheadle RC Male Vet 40-44 08:06.0 10
124 1:46:13 TAMBLING, Lee   Male Vet 35-39 08:06.3 599
125 1:46:22 SZYMANSKI, Pawel Launceston Road Runners Male under 35 08:07.0 523
126 1:46:22 WILES, Brian Launceston Road Runners Male Vet 70-74 08:07.0 525
127 1:46:31 SANTI GARCIA, Carlos J Hayle Runners Male Vet 40-44 08:07.7 256
128 1:46:33 MAIDWELL-SMITH, Alex London Heathside Male under 35 08:07.9 458
129 1:46:35 KNIGHT, Mark St Austell Running Club Male Vet 40-44 08:08.0 348
130 1:46:41 DOW, Robert   Male Vet 40-44 08:08.5 598
131 1:46:53 MACCRIMMON, Stuart   Male Vet 35-39 08:09.4 491
132 1:46:55 PROSSER, Thomas Mounts Bay Harriers Male under 35 08:09.6 96
133 1:46:56 COOPER, Timothy   Male Vet 35-39 08:09.6 237
134 1:46:58 LETCHER, Darren   Male Vet 40-44 08:09.8 253
135 1:47:14 CARTER, Steven Truro Running Club Male Vet 40-44 08:11.0 238
136 1:47:15 EDWARDS, Glynn Truro Running Club Male under 35 08:11.1 14
137 1:47:25 CREISE, Mark Plymstock Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 08:11.8 576
138 1:47:27 ROBY, Mark   Male Vet 40-44 08:12.0 300
139 1:47:37 HOSPODKA, Stepan   Male Vet 35-39 08:12.8 291
140 1:47:38 FLOOD, Edward   Male Vet 35-39 08:12.8 152
141 1:47:38 WILSON, Glenn Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 45-49 08:12.8 185
142 1:47:39 KENDALL, Carly St Austell Running Club Female under 35 08:12.9 344
143 1:47:41 BROWN, Gemma   Female under 35 08:13.1 492
144 1:48:02 BENNETT, Charlotte Hayle Runners Female Vet 40-44 08:14.7 82
145 1:48:04 KING, Kevin Hayle Runners Male Vet 55-59 08:14.8 178
146 1:48:19 ALLEN, Peter Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 60-64 08:16.0 275
147 1:48:24 LLOYD, Mark   Male under 35 08:16.3 168
148 1:48:25 HARTILL, Gail Bodmin Road Runners Female Vet 40-44 08:16.4 151
149 1:48:39 MAIDWELL-SMITH, Mark Truro Running Club Male Vet 55-59 08:17.5 457
150 1:48:55 HOCKING, Stephen   Male Vet 50-54 08:18.7 226
151 1:49:00 FRANTZ, Derrick Cornwall AC Male Vet 50-54 08:19.1 428
152 1:49:02 SHEPPARD, Nancy   Female Vet 40-44 08:19.2 36
153 1:49:07 BURNETT, Gary   Male Vet 55-59 08:19.6 564
154 1:49:14 SPENCE, Rob   Male under 35 08:20.2 603
155 1:49:31 BETTIN, Shaun   Male under 35 08:21.5 136
156 1:49:39 GAY, Jennifer Truro Running Club Female under 35 08:22.1 418
157 1:49:48 HILL, Nancy Cornwall AC Female Vet 50-54 08:22.8 441
158 1:50:01 TOY, Scott Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 35-39 08:23.8 405
159 1:50:18 SYRETT, Paul Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 45-49 08:25.0 404
160 1:50:28 WOODARD, Stephen East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 55-59 08:25.8 66
161 1:50:39 SCRACE, Lizzy   Female Vet 35-39 08:26.7 594
162 1:50:47 DAVIS, Lydia Newquay Road Runners Female under 35 08:27.3 167
163 1:50:49 DAVIES, Richard Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 50-54 08:27.4 540
164 1:50:50 LANGFORD, Gemma   Female Vet 35-39 08:27.5 109
165 1:50:51 SPENCER, Chris   Male Vet 50-54 08:27.6 538
166 1:50:53 LATIMIR, Nick   Male Vet 35-39 08:27.7 306
167 1:50:56 MORAN, Tim Carn Runners Male Vet 35-39 08:27.9 555
168 1:51:05 DALE, Steve Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 08:28.6 453
169 1:51:07 GORDON, Christopher   Male Vet 35-39 08:28.8 218
170 1:51:17 FINDLAY, James Carn Runners Male under 35 08:29.6 367
171 1:51:18 HIGHLAND, Mark   Male Vet 40-44 08:29.6 117
172 1:51:38 JONES, Stephen CR Carn Runners Male Vet 45-49 08:31.2 384
173 1:51:39 MCGINNITY, Brian Launceston Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 08:31.2 558
174 1:51:40 BURNS, Julia Hayle Runners Female Vet 50-54 08:31.3 216
175 1:51:48 KERSHAW, Kay   Female Vet 40-44 08:31.9 557
176 1:51:49 WYATT, Oliver Mile High Male under 35 08:32.0 19
177 1:51:56 HARDING, Ben East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 35-39 08:32.5 362
178 1:52:12 MITCHELL, Jon Cornwall AC Male Vet 45-49 08:33.7 443
179 1:52:13 WILSON, Matthew Cornwall AC Male Vet 40-44 08:33.8 436
180 1:52:18 WRIGHT, Kevin Chippenham Harriers Male Vet 55-59 08:34.2 308
181 1:52:20 TREBILCOCK, Liz Truro Running Club Female Vet 50-54 08:34.4 258
182 1:52:26 CLITHEROW, Hana Truro Running Club Female Vet 55-59 08:34.8 471
183 1:52:27 ROCHOWIAK, Robert Carn Runners Male Vet 55-59 08:34.9 372
184 1:52:28 DICKSON, Jack   Male under 35 08:35.0 627
185 1:52:28 PITTS, Ben   Male under 35 08:35.0 81
186 1:52:41 MARSH, Liam Cornwall AC Male under 35 08:36.0 476
187 1:52:45 MCDOUGALL, Thomas   Male under 35 08:36.3 592
188 1:52:48 SPENCER, Julian   Male Vet 50-54 08:36.5 593
189 1:52:48 REED, Luke Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 35-39 08:36.5 510
190 1:52:53 GOULD, Chris   Male Vet 40-44 08:36.9 293
191 1:52:55 MORGAN, David   Male under 35 08:37.0 542
192 1:52:56 TREBILCOCK, Mark Cornwall AC Male Vet 55-59 08:37.1 259
193 1:53:05 CIANO, Phillip Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 50-54 08:37.8 451
194 1:53:06 CARTER, Lee   Male under 35 08:37.9 44
195 1:53:12 TREVAIL, Mark   Male Vet 40-44 08:38.3 191
196 1:53:16 WRIGHT, Hannah   Female under 35 08:38.6 474
197 1:53:17 PHILIPS, Ashton   Male Vet 40-44 08:38.7 99
198 1:53:29 BARNES, Peter   Male under 35 08:39.6 545
199 1:53:29 WILLIAMS, Martin   Male Vet 40-44 08:39.6 544
200 1:53:48 CHASE, Andy St Austell Running Club Male under 35 08:41.1 108
201 1:53:52 ORCHARD, Mike Hayle Runners Male Vet 60-64 08:41.4 272
202 1:53:53 MUSKETT, Geoff   Male Vet 35-39 08:41.5 211
203 1:53:59 TOWERS, Julie Launceston Road Runners Female Vet 55-59 08:41.9 243
204 1:54:15 GIBSON, Amanda Looe Pioneers Female Vet 40-44 08:43.1 163
205 1:54:19 TRUDGEON, Steve   Male Vet 35-39 08:43.4 613
206 1:54:22 HARGREAVES, Pez Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 45-49 08:43.7 392
207 1:54:43 MARTIN, Colin Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 65-69 08:45.3 513
208 1:54:48 GIBSON, Philip Looe Pioneers Male Vet 40-44 08:45.7 164
209 1:54:53 LANGSTAFF, Emma Looe Pioneers Female Vet 40-44 08:46.0 115
210 1:55:00 DRAYSON (MAGUIRE), Natalie Cornwall AC Female Vet 40-44 08:46.6 442
211 1:55:17 FOLLETT, Garrie   Male Vet 50-54 08:47.9 245
212 1:55:18 EDWARDS, Ross   Male Vet 50-54 08:47.9 541
213 1:55:29 HILL, Nicholas   Male under 35 08:48.8 611
214 1:55:49 CULLERTON, Tracey Plymouth Musketeers Female Vet 45-49 08:50.3 498
215 1:55:53 KERNAGHAN, Robert Crawley Saints & Sinners RC Male Vet 45-49 08:50.6 132
216 1:55:55 GERRARD, Corinne Hayle Runners Female Vet 45-49 08:50.8 301
217 1:56:04 LILLIS, John Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 70-74 08:51.5 512
218 1:56:19 JARRAM, Ben Launceston Road Runners Male under 35 08:52.6 577
219 1:56:19 HYNES, Jaine Launceston Road Runners Female Vet 50-54 08:52.6 65
220 1:56:27 GUMMOW, Katie Looe Pioneers Female Vet 35-39 08:53.2 260
221 1:56:50 STACKHOUSE, Helena Cornwall AC Female Vet 35-39 08:55.0 444
222 1:57:11 DAY, Tom   Male under 35 08:56.6 520
223 1:57:12 LANGFORD, Polly   Female Vet 40-44 08:56.6 198
224 1:57:15 ROBINSON, Sarah Plymouth Musketeers Female Vet 40-44 08:56.9 493
225 1:57:16 BLACKBURN, Simon Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 55-59 08:56.9 318
226 1:57:27 LOCKETT, Pat Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 70-74 08:57.8 450
227 1:57:28 BRYDON, Kate   Female under 35 08:57.9 479
228 1:57:30 RUSSELL, Barry St Austell Running Club Male Vet 40-44 08:58.0 356
229 1:57:45 THOMAS, Matt   Male under 35 08:59.2 22
230 1:57:45 HOUGHTON, Sean   Male Vet 40-44 08:59.2 269
231 1:57:48 ROWE, Melissa St Austell Running Club Female Vet 40-44 08:59.4 355
232 1:57:50 HEWITT, Amanda   Female Vet 40-44 08:59.5 11
233 1:57:52 MARKS, Stacie St Austell Running Club Female under 35 08:59.7 350
234 1:57:52 KELLER, Christian   Male Vet 45-49 08:59.7 567
235 1:57:57 COOK, Matthew Mounts Bay Harriers Male under 35 09:00.1 331
236 1:57:58 WAITE, Kevin   Male Vet 35-39 09:00.2 23
237 1:58:00 WAITE, Tracy   Female Vet 35-39 09:00.3 568
238 1:58:01 WALE, Mathew Newquay Road Runners Male under 35 09:00.4 508
239 1:58:06 MITCHELL, Jason   Male Vet 40-44 09:00.8 552
240 1:58:12 THOMAS, Helen Carn Runners Female Vet 45-49 09:01.2 371
241 1:58:15 SCHLAMPP, Nicole   Female Vet 45-49 09:01.5 566
242 1:58:17 O’KEEFFE, Niamh   Female under 35 09:01.6 100
243 1:58:25 TIMMS, Jake   Male under 35 09:02.2 501
244 1:58:26 SHEWRING, David   Male Vet 45-49 09:02.3 579
245 1:58:26 WHITTINGTON, Darren   Male Vet 40-44 09:02.3 578
246 1:58:38 PERRY, Zach   Male under 35 09:03.2 31
247 1:58:44 WALLBANK, Rob St Austell Running Club Male Vet 35-39 09:03.7 219
248 1:58:49 TREVELYAN, Steve   Male Vet 45-49 09:04.0 615
249 1:58:51 BLACKMORE, Kate   Female under 35 09:04.2 140
250 1:59:05 HAYNES, Patrick St Austell Running Club Male Vet 50-54 09:05.3 343
251 1:59:16 BRYDON, Jackie Bodmin Road Runners Female Vet 50-54 09:06.1 478
252 1:59:22 TOWNEND, Stewart Hayle Runners Male Vet 75-79 09:06.6 364
253 1:59:32 SMITH, Simon   Male Vet 45-49 09:07.3 610
254 1:59:40 WARD, Malcolm Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 55-59 09:07.9 406
255 1:59:43 FURLONGER, Neill Newquay Road Runners Male under 35 09:08.2 514
256 1:59:57 CATNACH, Alison Looe Pioneers Female Vet 40-44 09:09.2 562
257 1:59:59 KATZ, Jonathan   Male Vet 55-59 09:09.4 595
258 2:00:12 IRWIN, Karen Looe Pioneers Female Vet 45-49 09:10.4 490
259 2:00:12 IRWIN, Mike   Male Vet 50-54 09:10.4 489
260 2:00:14 WALSH, Ellie   Female under 35 09:10.5 266
261 2:00:15 HOPKINS, Gary New Eltham Joggers Male Vet 55-59 09:10.6 290
262 2:00:23 BARNFIELD, Marty   Male Vet 40-44 09:11.2 539
263 2:00:47 PASCOE, Anna Mud Crew Trail Runners Female Vet 35-39 09:13.1 620
264 2:00:54 EDGERTON, Richard   Male Vet 40-44 09:13.6 158
265 2:00:55 HILL, Charlie   Male Vet 35-39 09:13.7 612
266 2:01:20 STRATTON, Jon   Male Vet 45-49 09:15.6 84
267 2:01:30 GREGORY, Amy Newquay Road Runners Female under 35 09:16.3 506
268 2:01:44 BAMBER, Jack   Male under 35 09:17.4 52
269 2:01:51 SKIPP, Paul   Male Vet 50-54 09:17.9 589
270 2:02:00 WILCOX, David Truro Running Club Male Vet 40-44 09:18.6 184
271 2:02:06 BOLDING, Matthew Ealing Eagles Male under 35 09:19.1 305
272 2:02:07 ROBERTS, Warwick   Male under 35 09:19.2 236
273 2:02:10 MCGRANE, Paul   Male Vet 40-44 09:19.4 47
274 2:02:11 BULLOCK, Katie Newquay Road Runners Female under 35 09:19.5 170
275 2:02:15 LYNCH, Kelsey Mounts Bay Harriers Female under 35 09:19.8 310
276 2:02:23 BROWN, Sharim   Female under 35 09:20.4 483
277 2:02:35 JOLLY, Paul   Male under 35 09:21.3 128
278 2:02:39 NISBET, Stephen   Male Vet 55-59 09:21.6 565
279 2:02:43 RICHARDS, Kate   Female under 35 09:21.9 534
280 2:02:44 WARRINGTON, Trystan St Austell Running Club Male Vet 40-44 09:22.0 460
281 2:02:51 FUSSELL, Ian   Male Vet 50-54 09:22.5 581
282 2:02:53 SEARLE, Amy   Female under 35 09:22.7 40
283 2:02:55 HANDLEY, Emma East Cornwall Harriers Female under 35 09:22.8 122
284 2:02:56 WORTH, Emily   Female under 35 09:22.9 264
285 2:03:02 DREW, Peter Carn Runners Male Vet 65-69 09:23.4 380
286 2:03:06 PHILLIPS, Matt St Austell Running Club Male Vet 50-54 09:23.7 448
287 2:03:16 RICHARDS, Graham   Male Vet 50-54 09:24.4 270
288 2:03:23 ELSTONE, Meryl Carn Runners Female Vet 50-54 09:25.0 368
289 2:03:26 ROWE, Kerri Bodmin Road Runners Female Vet 35-39 09:25.2 294
290 2:03:28 FLORES, Pierre Hayle Runners Male Vet 50-54 09:25.3 543
291 2:03:30 BRANDHAM, Lois Newquay Road Runners Female under 35 09:25.5 456
292 2:03:35 HAMILTON, Mark   Male Vet 55-59 09:25.9 4
293 2:03:44 STIASNY, Rebekka   Female Vet 40-44 09:26.6 34
294 2:03:50 CRABB, Sally Looe Pioneers Female Vet 40-44 09:27.0 27
295 2:04:02 CASEY, Gareth   Male Vet 40-44 09:27.9 86
296 2:04:08 JARVIS, Jodie-May St Austell Running Club Female Vet 40-44 09:28.4 346
297 2:04:12 PICKEN, Mark   Male Vet 40-44 09:28.7 244
298 2:04:14 JENKIN, Steve Cornwall AC Male Vet 45-49 09:28.9 439
299 2:04:31 CHAPMAN, Julian   Male Vet 50-54 09:30.1 193
300 2:04:53 TRAPMORE, Chris   Male under 35 09:31.8 248
301 2:04:54 EDKINS, Julian   Male Vet 50-54 09:31.9 182
302 2:05:01 RICHARDSON, Christina Carn Runners Female Vet 35-39 09:32.4 421
303 2:05:08 COOK, Damian Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 45-49 09:33.0 332
304 2:05:09 LOCK, Zoe JP Fitness Cornwall Female Vet 35-39 09:33.0 160
305 2:05:09 WALLIS, Rachel JP Fitness Cornwall Female Vet 35-39 09:33.0 197
306 2:05:09 GOY, Lucy   Female Vet 40-44 09:33.0 241
307 2:05:13 DE COMINGES, Fernando   Male Vet 45-49 09:33.4 621
308 2:05:15 SMITH, Sarah   Female under 35 09:33.5 619
309 2:05:21 HAWKE-PERRY, Soraya Newquay Road Runners Female Vet 40-44 09:34.0 504
310 2:05:28 PACE, Steve   Male Vet 45-49 09:34.5 559
311 2:05:33 WOODFINE-BEARD, Kelly Newquay Road Runners Female Vet 35-39 09:34.9 503
312 2:05:33 ELLEN, Emily Hayle Runners Female Vet 35-39 09:34.9 24
313 2:05:35 THOMAS, Hannah   Female under 35 09:35.0 51
314 2:05:42 PATTEN, Bonita   Female Vet 60-64 09:35.6 29
315 2:05:42 MCKENZIE, Tracy Newquay Road Runners Female Vet 35-39 09:35.6 111
316 2:05:46 PRIEST, Gemma   Male Vet 35-39 09:35.9 93
317 2:05:47 GOLLOP, Mark   Male Vet 45-49 09:35.9 609
318 2:05:49 NICHOLAS, Melissa   Female under 35 09:36.1 196
319 2:05:50 MANNING, Toby   Male under 35 09:36.2 618
320 2:05:50 WILLOUGHBY, Ben   Male under 35 09:36.2 626
321 2:06:04 DREW, Barry Carn Runners Male Vet 70-74 09:37.2 369
322 2:06:05 COPE, Jackie Falmouth Road Runners Female Vet 60-64 09:37.3 389
323 2:06:14 PATEMAN, Gemma St Austell Running Club Female Vet 35-39 09:38.0 353
324 2:06:39 BARNECOTT, Karen Falmouth Road Runners Female Vet 35-39 09:39.9 409
325 2:06:46 BLAKE, Andy   Male Vet 60-64 09:40.5 466
326 2:06:48 BROWN, Angus Truro Running Club Male under 35 09:40.6 415
327 2:07:00 RUSSELL, Nicola   Female under 35 09:41.5 235
328 2:07:01 PICKERING, Paul   Male Vet 35-39 09:41.6 15
329 2:07:21 YEOMANS, Tony   Male Vet 50-54 09:43.1 614
330 2:07:50 BONNEY, Adam St Austell Running Club Male under 35 09:45.3 336
331 2:07:53 TAMBLYN, Mark Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 55-59 09:45.6 119
332 2:07:55 BURRAGE, Luke   Male Vet 35-39 09:45.7 202
333 2:07:55 POPE, Robert Truro Running Club Male Vet 55-59 09:45.7 596
334 2:08:05 JUNGE, Dan   Male under 35 09:46.5 123
335 2:08:07 ROSKILLY, Michelle Hayle Runners Female Vet 45-49 09:46.6 214
336 2:08:14 CAVE, Sarah Mile High Female Vet 35-39 09:47.2 220
337 2:08:14 STEELE (JONES), Michelle Newquay Road Runners Female under 35 09:47.2 528
338 2:08:15 ALLEN, Rachel   Female Vet 40-44 09:47.2 92
339 2:08:15 SENIOR, Ann Hayle Runners Female Vet 60-64 09:47.2 608
340 2:08:16 MAYWOOD, Kirstie Looe Pioneers Female Vet 50-54 09:47.3 605
341 2:08:18 ROBINSON, Natasha   Female under 35 09:47.5 500
342 2:08:18 WILTON, David Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 60-64 09:47.5 411
343 2:08:20 COWBURN, Sarah Mud Crew Trail Runners Female Vet 40-44 09:47.6 286
344 2:08:22 POOLE, Harry   Male under 35 09:47.8 616
345 2:08:28 MERRETT, Graham Hayle Runners Male Vet 55-59 09:48.2 495
346 2:08:29 NORTHEY, Joanna Launceston Road Runners Female Vet 40-44 09:48.3 57
347 2:08:39 RINGER, Ian Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 70-74 09:49.1 521
348 2:08:42 LUKE, Neil   Male Vet 40-44 09:49.3 192
349 2:08:43 SULLIVAN, Nicola   Female under 35 09:49.4 138
350 2:08:44 QUELCH, Jonathan East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 45-49 09:49.5 8
351 2:08:44 LEAN, David East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 55-59 09:49.5 106
352 2:08:48 MARSHALL, Debbie St Austell Running Club Female Vet 40-44 09:49.8 349
353 2:09:11 LYNCH, David Mounts Bay Harriers Male under 35 09:51.5 21
354 2:09:12 BARRIBALL, Julie Launceston Road Runners Female Vet 50-54 09:51.6 233
355 2:09:22 YOUNGMAN, Paul Plymouth Musketeers Male Vet 55-59 09:52.4 250
356 2:09:26 MCBAIN, Vanessa May Newquay Road Runners Female under 35 09:52.7 527
357 2:09:33 WHETTON, Grace Mounts Bay Harriers Female under 35 09:53.2 271
358 2:09:44 ENGLAND, Emma Bodmin Womens RC Female Vet 45-49 09:54.0 246
359 2:09:57 CARTER, Anna   Female under 35 09:55.0 45
360 2:10:03 POTHECARY, Lesley St Austell Running Club Female Vet 40-44 09:55.5 190
361 2:10:04 SAUNDERS, Nicholas   Male Vet 35-39 09:55.6 467
362 2:10:10 UREN, Lisa Carn Runners Female Vet 40-44 09:56.0 365
363 2:10:16 STANESCU, Norbert Cornwall AC Male under 35 09:56.5 433
364 2:10:34 DAVEY, Tamzin Cornwall AC Female Vet 45-49 09:57.9 440
365 2:10:45 FLAVELLE, Mike   Male Vet 55-59 09:58.7 535
366 2:10:45 RICHARDS, Helen Carn Runners Female Vet 40-44 09:58.7 569
367 2:11:12 KNIGHT, Anne Marie St Austell Running Club Female Vet 40-44 10:00.8 347
368 2:11:21 BOVER, Annie Bradworthy Runners Female Vet 35-39 10:01.4 590
369 2:11:24 WILLCOCKS, Bob Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 55-59 10:01.7 410
370 2:11:25 MARTIN, Lisa   Female under 35 10:01.7 41
371 2:11:59 BOHANE, Davina Truro Running Club Female Vet 55-59 10:04.3 157
372 2:12:07 HAGHANI, Laura Hayle Runners Female Vet 35-39 10:05.0 548
373 2:12:08 WILDING, Rebecca Mounts Bay Harriers Female under 35 10:05.0 326
374 2:12:08 BERRYMAN, Tom Mounts Bay Harriers Male under 35 10:05.0 311
375 2:12:11 MCFADDEN, Tracy Bodmin Womens RC Female Vet 50-54 10:05.3 234
376 2:12:13 TAYLOR, Sue Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 65-69 10:05.4 285
377 2:12:18 KENNEDY, Hilary Brixham Harriers Female Vet 55-59 10:05.8 486
378 2:12:22 MAYWOOD, Bryan Looe Pioneers Male Vet 50-54 10:06.1 606
379 2:12:31 BAILEY, Alice   Female under 35 10:06.8 9
380 2:12:36 STEWART, Peter   Male Vet 55-59 10:07.2 207
381 2:12:38 BROWN, Lorraine Truro Running Club Female Vet 45-49 10:07.3 414
382 2:12:51 WATTS, Elanor   Female under 35 10:08.3 131
383 2:12:54 ROWE, Rebecca   Female under 35 10:08.5 69
384 2:12:59 WARD, Hannah   Female Vet 40-44 10:08.9 177
385 2:13:14 TONKIN, Paul   Male Vet 40-44 10:10.1 224
386 2:13:23 MCCARTHY, David Truro Running Club Male under 35 10:10.8 485
387 2:13:24 STACEY, Ellie   Female under 35 10:10.8 95
388 2:13:25 FOREY, Sarah   Female Vet 40-44 10:10.9 127
389 2:13:25 OUTEN, Simon   Male Vet 65-69 10:10.9 624
390 2:13:31 STUTHRIDGE, Helen St Austell Running Club Female Vet 45-49 10:11.4 352
391 2:13:44 ALEXANDER, Samantha Cornwall AC Female Vet 50-54 10:12.4 437
392 2:13:49 FRAMPTON, Ian   Male Vet 50-54 10:12.7 561
393 2:14:04 EVANS, Alun Hayle Runners Male Vet 50-54 10:13.9 71
394 2:14:09 MORSE, Nicky Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 55-59 10:14.3 317
395 2:14:21 DALES, Emma East Cornwall Harriers Female Vet 55-59 10:15.2 547
396 2:14:50 MATHEWS, Liam   Male under 35 10:17.4 125
397 2:14:50 CADDY, Chantelle Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 40-44 10:17.4 325
398 2:15:12 WIDDERSHOVEN, Demelza Carn Runners Female Vet 35-39 10:19.1 381
399 2:15:17 PUGH, Graham Carn Runners Male Vet 45-49 10:19.5 189
400 2:15:25 BULL, Sharon   Female Vet 50-54 10:20.1 174
401 2:15:30 MURRAY, Patrick   Male Vet 45-49 10:20.4 580
402 2:15:32 BAILEY, Stephen   Male Vet 35-39 10:20.6 43
403 2:15:38 GRAY, Helen St Austell Running Club Female Vet 35-39 10:21.1 342
404 2:15:40 VENNING, Kate   Female Vet 35-39 10:21.2 94
405 2:15:40 GILBERT, Claire Hayle Runners Female Vet 35-39 10:21.2 180
406 2:15:45 LOWE, Wendy Bodmin Womens RC Female Vet 60-64 10:21.6 205
407 2:15:55 CATNACH, Peter Looe Pioneers Male Vet 55-59 10:22.4 563
408 2:16:23 VECK, Spencer   Male Vet 45-49 10:24.5 30
409 2:16:29 MOHD ZAINI, Wan Marina   Female Vet 35-39 10:24.9 228
410 2:16:32 VIGGERS, Vickie   Female Vet 40-44 10:25.2 206
411 2:17:01 MEEHAN, Shane   Male under 35 10:27.4 463
412 2:18:07 FISHER, Kirsty   Female Vet 45-49 10:32.4 462
413 2:18:08 MOHD ZAINI, Wan Marlin   Female Vet 35-39 10:32.5 227
414 2:18:25 MILLWARD, Steven Cheadle RC Male Vet 40-44 10:33.8 116
415 2:18:42 COURTNEY, Stacey Newquay Road Runners Female under 35 10:35.1 454
416 2:18:43 BIGGS, Matthew Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 50-54 10:35.2 455
417 2:18:57 BEARE, Alison   Female Vet 55-59 10:36.2 302
418 2:19:10 OAKES, Chris Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 40-44 10:37.2 321
419 2:19:17 BEARD, Robert Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 50-54 10:37.8 261
420 2:19:24 JEWELS, Lucy St Austell Running Club Female Vet 45-49 10:38.3 358
421 2:19:31 CHAPMAN, Beth   Female Vet 40-44 10:38.8 263
422 2:19:40 BEARD, Sharon Bodmin Road Runners Female Vet 45-49 10:39.5 262
423 2:19:50 BUDGE, Andrew St Austell Running Club Male Vet 50-54 10:40.3 338
424 2:19:50 MARTIN, Jacqui St Austell Running Club Female Vet 45-49 10:40.3 351
425 2:19:53 HAM, Neil Cornwall AC Male Vet 50-54 10:40.5 429
426 2:19:58 WORTH, Joanna   Female Vet 45-49 10:40.9 265
427 2:20:10 PARRY-RUDLIN, Sioned Falmouth Road Runners Female Vet 40-44 10:41.8 398
428 2:20:13 TIPPET, Kevin   Male Vet 40-44 10:42.0 147
429 2:20:25 BERRY, Tony Truro Running Club Male Vet 80+ 10:43.0 413
430 2:20:27 OLIVER, Darrel   Male Vet 40-44 10:43.1 574
431 2:20:27 SMITHERAM, Mark Carn Runners Male Vet 40-44 10:43.1 575
432 2:20:32 BARNES, John Launceston Road Runners Male Vet 55-59 10:43.5 363
433 2:20:39 YOUNG, Charlene   Male Vet 35-39 10:44.0 118
434 2:20:40 BAZELEY, Samantha   Female under 35 10:44.1 48
435 2:20:49 MILLS, Jo JP Fitness Cornwall Female Vet 40-44 10:44.8 531
436 2:20:49 PALMER, Laura JP Fitness Cornwall Female Vet 40-44 10:44.8 530
437 2:21:10 MAY, Tim   Male Vet 40-44 10:46.4 602
438 2:21:10 PRYOR, Laura Carn Runners Female under 35 10:46.4 366
439 2:21:31 LEWY, Lisa   Female Vet 45-49 10:48.0 221
440 2:21:44 MANKEE, Emma Carn Runners Female Vet 45-49 10:49.0 386
441 2:22:26 GOODE, Matthew   Male Vet 40-44 10:52.2 153
442 2:22:39 LEEDS, Brendon Looe Pioneers Male Vet 40-44 10:53.2 583
443 2:22:44 BARBER, Carley Tretherras School Female under 35 10:53.6 553
444 2:23:28 ALLRIGHT, Eric   Male Vet 55-59 10:56.9 194
445 2:23:42 BUTLER, Ian   Male Vet 45-49 10:58.0 162
446 2:24:06 SCHOLES, Claire Truro Running Club Female Vet 35-39 10:59.8 423
447 2:24:13 BULL, John   Male Vet 50-54 11:00.4 175
448 2:24:31 RICHARDS, Clair Carn Runners Female Vet 40-44 11:01.7 374
449 2:24:39 MAY, Volker   Male Vet 55-59 11:02.3 572
450 2:24:42 VINNICOMBE, Caroline Carn Runners Female Vet 40-44 11:02.6 375
451 2:24:59 WING, Lucy   Female under 35 11:03.9 101
452 2:25:07 PAYNE, Holly St Austell Running Club Female under 35 11:04.5 354
453 2:25:10 PRYOR, Emma   Female under 35 11:04.7 502
454 2:25:13 FUGLER, Justyn   Male under 35 11:04.9 114
455 2:25:13 FUGLER, Martyn   Male Vet 55-59 11:04.9 88
456 2:25:14 BILLS, Kelly Carn Runners Female Vet 40-44 11:05.0 378
457 2:25:14 TRELEVEN, Sandra Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 45-49 11:05.0 327
458 2:25:35 DEAN, Sheila JP Fitness Cornwall Female Vet 50-54 11:06.6 274
459 2:25:35 WILLIAMS, Wendy JP Fitness Cornwall Female Vet 55-59 11:06.6 276
460 2:25:40 ZAINI, Salini   Female under 35 11:07.0 225
461 2:25:52 WHITE, Clare Falmouth Road Runners Female under 35 11:07.9 408
462 2:25:52 PENTREATH, Nick Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 50-54 11:07.9 397
463 2:26:19 SYMONS, Barry   Male Vet 60-64 11:10.0 617
464 2:26:30 BOOTH, Sally   Female Vet 50-54 11:10.8 586
465 2:26:40 TONKINS, Richard St Austell Running Club Male Vet 45-49 11:11.6 360
466 2:26:49 CASSELLS, Charis   Female Vet 35-39 11:12.3 585
467 2:26:49 CASSELLS, Alex   Male Vet 40-44 11:12.3 584
468 2:26:54 CRAWFORD, Geno   Male under 35 11:12.6 181
469 2:27:22 WADE, Margaret Carn Runners Female Vet 65-69 11:14.8 377
470 2:27:41 SIMPSON, Sophie   Female under 35 11:16.2 487
471 2:28:15 SAVIN, Nick Newquay Road Runners Male under 35 11:18.8 511
472 2:28:50 LAWES, Helen Looe Pioneers Female Vet 45-49 11:21.5 171
473 2:28:59 BARKHUYSEN, Lucy   Female under 35 11:22.2 188
474 2:30:10 BOLITHO, Julie   Female Vet 50-54 11:27.6 75
475 2:30:22 MARTIN, Hayley Carn Runners Female Vet 35-39 11:28.5 383
476 2:30:35 JAMESON, Judy Carn Runners Female Vet 55-59 11:29.5 379
477 2:30:35 JAMIESON, Sandy Carn Runners Female Vet 65-69 11:29.5 376
478 2:30:36 GREEN, Julie Carn Runners Female Vet 50-54 11:29.6 518
479 2:30:47 PETT, Jane JP Fitness Cornwall Female Vet 40-44 11:30.4 79
480 2:30:47 THURSTON, Katie JP Fitness Cornwall Female Vet 35-39 11:30.4 165
481 2:31:21 RICHARDS, Sally   Female Vet 35-39 11:33.0 623
482 2:31:22 ATKINS, Claire   Female Vet 35-39 11:33.1 166
483 2:31:29 SKENTELBERY, Kirsten   Female Vet 40-44 11:33.6 217
484 2:31:30 WHITEHEAD, Martin St Austell Running Club Male Vet 35-39 11:33.7 549
485 2:31:34 HOSKEN, Victoria Helston Trail Runners Female Vet 45-49 11:34.0 199
486 2:31:51 MATES, Lauren Hayle Runners Female under 35 11:35.3 91
487 2:31:51 MATES, Owen   Male Vet 40-44 11:35.3 145
488 2:32:53 GREEN, Marie Falmouth Road Runners Female Vet 40-44 11:40.0 391
489 2:32:53 GREY, Ellie   Female Vet 40-44 11:40.0 49
490 2:33:01 ANDREWS, George Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 65-69 11:40.7 312
491 2:33:12 COPLEY, Beth   Female Vet 45-49 11:41.5 76
492 2:34:35 ANDREWS, Greta Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 40-44 11:47.8 323
493 2:34:36 HOLT, Ashley Carn Runners Female under 35 11:47.9 385
494 2:36:08 VERCESI, Gemma Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 35-39 11:54.9 316
495 2:36:26 ROYCROFT, Jodie St Austell Running Club Female under 35 11:56.3 449
496 2:36:26 IACONIANNI, Gennara St Austell Running Club Female under 35 11:56.3 345
497 2:37:16 WILLIAMS, Laura Hayle Runners Female under 35 12:00.1 90
498 2:37:16 EDWARDS, Tim   Male Vet 35-39 12:00.1 532
499 2:37:19 BATEMAN, Collette Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 35-39 12:00.3 324
500 2:37:19 RICHARDS, Chantelle   Female Vet 40-44 12:00.3 70
501 2:37:19 TONKIN, Katrina   Female Vet 40-44 12:00.3 209
502 2:37:51 SQUIRE, Mark Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 60-64 12:02.8 333
503 2:38:23 OZARD, Andrew   Male Vet 35-39 12:05.2 130
504 2:38:30 HUGHSON, David   Male Vet 35-39 12:05.8 195
505 2:38:31 RAIKER, Diana Falmouth Road Runners Female under 35 12:05.8 399
506 2:38:32 ROWLANDS, Kate Falmouth Road Runners Female under 35 12:05.9 401
507 2:39:49 HOCKING, Stacey Hayle Runners Female under 35 12:11.8 361
508 2:40:22 KINGTON, Norris Cornwall AC Male Vet 75-79 12:14.3 430
509 2:41:04 STOCKDALE, Eoin   Male Vet 45-49 12:17.5 604
510 2:41:37 GINTY, Nicola   Female Vet 35-39 12:20.0 18
511 2:41:46 SUMMERS, Kate Newquay Road Runners Female under 35 12:20.7 515
512 2:42:00 JENKIN, Peter Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 60-64 12:21.8 393
513 2:42:23 SMEAD, Callum   Male under 35 12:23.6 97
514 2:43:25 SQUIRE, Helen Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 55-59 12:28.3 334
515 2:43:39 MOODY, Lauren   Female under 35 12:29.4 468
516 2:43:48 WHITEHOUSE, Claire   Female Vet 35-39 12:30.0 494
517 2:44:01 CARTER, Richard   Male Vet 35-39 12:31.0 139
518 2:44:42 LAKE, Christina Falmouth Road Runners Female Vet 55-59 12:34.2 394
519 2:45:27 SWEET, Georgie   Female under 35 12:37.6 625
520 2:45:33 OSBORNE, Louise Falmouth Road Runners Female Vet 35-39 12:38.1 133
521 2:45:34 BUTLER, Jenna   Female under 35 12:38.1 223
522 2:45:34 BOND, Nina Looe Pioneers Female under 35 12:38.1 201
523 2:45:40 BOXALL, Melanie Falmouth Road Runners Female Vet 50-54 12:38.6 387
524 2:46:02 DREW, Carole Carn Runners Female Vet 65-69 12:40.3 370
525 2:46:45 TREWEEK, Paul Truro Running Club Male Vet 55-59 12:43.5 425
526 2:47:20 EVANS, Helen Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 50-54 12:46.2 320
527 2:49:17 BARR, Ellie-mae   Female under 35 12:55.1 154
528 2:49:23 BAKER, Ereika   Female under 35 12:55.6 279
529 2:49:23 CROUCH, Hannah   Female Vet 35-39 12:55.6 280
530 2:49:23 BEBBINGTON, Julie   Female Vet 35-39 12:55.6 278
531 2:49:23 CROUCH, Ross   Male under 35 12:55.6 282
532 2:49:23 AUSTEN-RATTENBURY, Claire   Female Vet 40-44 12:55.6 281
533 2:50:22 EWART, Sam St Austell Running Club Female Vet 40-44 13:00.1 341
534 2:50:24 TODD, Christine St Austell Running Club Female Vet 55-59 13:00.3 359
535 2:50:53 ANTOSIENICZ, Ela   Female under 35 13:02.5 588
536 2:51:09 SHACKLEFORD, Amy Mounts Bay Harriers Female under 35 13:03.7 329
537 2:52:16 STOCKDALE, Jackie   Female Vet 40-44 13:08.8 77
538 2:52:42 HOLLADAY, Michelle Newquay Road Runners Female Vet 40-44 13:10.8 516
539 2:55:21 SWETNAM, Jim Hayle Runners Male Vet 35-39 13:22.9 240
540 2:56:21 ROBERTS, Nigel Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 35-39 13:27.5 400
541 2:59:16 BUCK, Gemma   Female under 35 13:40.9 5
542 2:59:16 LAY, Jo Hayle Runners Female Vet 50-54 13:40.9 200
543 2:59:17 HART, Benjamin   Male Vet 35-39 13:40.9 554
544 2:59:28 BOWDEN, Jenny Newquay Road Runners Female Vet 50-54 13:41.8 452
545 3:00:13 EASTERBROOK, Liz Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 65-69 13:45.2 464
546 3:08:05 NEAL, Steve Storm Running Plymouth Male Vet 55-59 14:21.2 607


THHN City to the Sea Marathon 2017

Report by Hana Clitherow

Now I’m a girl who likes to go for the odd jog around the block from time to time and I’ve even been known to enter a couple running events in the past but every so often I have this uncontrollable urge to do something really silly and enter a MARATHON. “Why” is the question I always ask myself after I have pressed the “pay here” button, but by that time, it’s too late. I’m not sure I even like the distance……I’ll correct that statement…….My body does not like any distance over 15 miles, but being a female of a certain age, I choose to ignore what it tells me. I started with a trail marathon about 5 years ago and on crossing the finishing line was heard to utter the words “if I ever say I’m going to enter a marathon again shoot me”. Well no one has and I’ve just completed my 7th with two more later this year.

Whilst trawling the internet for possible races/events to enter in 2017, I came across some lovely sunny pictures of “The City to the Sea Marathon” which starts at Exeter and finishes at Babbacombe in Torbay. The route was described as following the canal tow path and cycle route along the River Exe estuary and then the sea front at Dawlish and Teignmouth with the promise of beautiful views, a level-ish first 20 miles and a challenging last 6, all on a mix of multi-terrain and country lanes. This run/race/event appeared to tick all the boxes I look for in an event and not one word about MUD. So button pressed, money paid, the “Old Croc” was in, with plenty of time to train………Ha bl—dy Ha!

This event is on a linear route starting at a sports field at Exwick with buses available to book from the finish line to the start if required. I decide to book a night at the Premier Inn off junction 29 of the M5 and take my long suffering “husband who plays golf” with me as my taxi service to the start line and ambulance from the finish.

The hotel was ideal. It was clean, comfortable, reasonably priced and above all very quiet. Parking was available at an additional cost of £2:50. I provided my own breakfast of two Tesco’s own instant porridge pots. So after adding hot water, stirring and throwing a few fresh raspberries on top I was replete. Husband on the other hand was going to visit his mother after dropping me off, so he would have breakfast with her.

The event/race start time was given as 8am, with pre-race briefing at 07:45 so after a quick wake me up shower I peer out through the hotel curtains to see what the BBC weather app has forecasted, RAIN. Husband drives me to the Race HQ at Exwick Sports Hub and leaves a miserable aged female to collect her race number and wait for the start.

The Sports Hub is cramped with all the entrants to the event which also includes an ultra-distance and walking marathon huddling inside to keep warm and dry. I collect my race number, pin it first to my TRC vest, then I move it to my shorts so it will be more visible, as today I will be wearing a waterproof coat!

I then go and queue for the one toilet in the ladies changing room.

The use of this toilet requires befriending the person behind you in the queue as their help in holding the toilet door closed is essential to maintain dignity. The cubicle is not soundproofed, it has thin melamine walls with no bottoms and no roofing so using this vestibule requires complete control of your bodily functions if you do not want to emerge with a red face. Thankfully all I need is a short nervous wee visit, anyone wanting more is in for a shock or the one holding the door might be?

There are a few other single unisex toilets situated in the building but the massing crowd does not make for ease of finding them. Other than that apparently we could find others in the park???? Thank goodness for the Premier inn and an ensuite.

In my haste to locate the toilet I misplace my “IQ reducer” (cap) and have a slight non menopausal melt down. I push people out of my way demanding to be let back into the room where I think I may have left it and there on a table along with my “security hanky” is my cap. This item is essential today to keep the now heavy rain off my glasses, so with a huge sigh, I place it on my head for fear of losing it again.

At this point I bump into Alan L from Launceston running club and he tells me that he has run this marathon before. He then goes on to tell me how long it took last year in the dry. My shoulders drop, I’d sort of estimated 4:30 to 5hrs, he was saying 5:30 plus hours in the rain, what the hell have I signed myself up for?

So off to the start line we troop. Its pi—ing down and there are some inappropriately dressed competitors here who are making me feel even colder than I feel already. I am contemplating putting the blue latex “in case of a medical emergency” gloves on my hands to keep them warm and dry. I have a silky long sleeve top on, TRC vest over the top and then my waterproof running jacket with hood up and pulled tight over my “IQ reducer”. I’ve opted for cycling type running shorts instead of running tights and have selected multi-terrain shoes to cover all eventualities.

There is a mandatory kit which I am carrying, namely the ability to carry 500ml of fluids, Brandy would have been a better option to the lemon isotonic substance I have on board. I also have the coat with taped seams and a mobile phone with all the tel No’s they stated we needed.

Did anyone check this kit?

No they did not.

This would never happen at one of MudCrew’s events!

I also have some Kendal Mint Cake, Chocolate and a survival blanket which could have be used as a sail in the wind that has picked up if it wasn’t for the fact that we would be running into a head wind most of the route. Grrrr!

So off we all trot, firstly in the opposite direction to where we need to go crossing a grass playing field, just so our shoes get soaked straight from the off. How I love soggy feet and the prospect of 5+ hours of squelching. We soon about turn and head off along the canal tow path towards Exeter Quay and for one moment I almost thought the canal was actually tarmac as it was dark grey and ripple free. It would have put a new dimension to the race should I have stepped upon it!

The route is flat and follows the Exe Valley Way along the canal edge. The path is of a hard compacted cinder type with puddles that haven’t yet joined up to make a lake. I’m not having to weave around other runners as I seem to be in a group of predominately men all running at a similar pace. We reach the A379 at Countess Weir where we are signed left and down onto the opposite side to the canal to run in the opposite direction to where we should be going. Another female draws level with me and it’s Jayne Angilley. We have a short chat where she suggests I’m running well and I state that at this moment in time it may look OK but by mile 13 it will have gone to pot. It isn’t long before she picks up a little speed and disappears into the distance never to be seen again (I think she crossed the line as 2nd female)

We appear to have completed a loop of the Riverside Park and emerge back out onto the A379 and then back onto the Exe Valley Way which is a combined footpath and cycle route. On any other day the views would be interesting and colourful but today the dominant shades are reddish brown and grey. Luckily the “IQ reducer” is keeping the rain that is lashing down off my face even with the headwind we are running into. On the opposite side of the canal and mud flats is Topsham and we pass a sign pointing us to where a ferry will take you to the village but we plod on with no deviation to the path.

My feet are soaked. The legs of the runners ahead are splattered with mud and my shorts are sodden as are my knickers. I’m starting to worry about my socks and possible blisters due to the growing lake in my shoes, but I’m not hypothermic yet.

We pass the Turf hotel at Turf Lock and there on a spit of land next to the hotel/pub are some fool hardy campers emerging from a group of tents. I ponder over why anyone would want to camp there in this weather but yesterday of course was a lovely dry and sunny day and this location is close to Powderham where the “Lockdown Festival” has or is taking place. I google this when I get home and the festival performers have names I have never heard of such as Danja Kada. The only one I recognise is Dizzy Rascal who was a support act for Muse when I went to see them a couple years ago and he was cr-p then so I obviously haven’t missed anything by not going to this event.

There is a castle at Powderham but all I can see through the gloom is a folly in their grounds to my right. To my left is water, the River Exe to be precise and Exmouth on the far side of this expanse of frothing brown brine. We pop out onto a country lane and have the main railway line to Paddington between us and the river.

We continue along this lane with huge puddles which I just plough through or tip toe around depending what part of “Bothered” I’m feeling. We enter the village of Starcross where there is another sign post for a ferry, this time to Exmouth. I now find myself planning a return visit with a long circular WALK in mind on a DRY and SUNNY day. I’d stay at Topsham where there are nice pubs, restaurants, boutique shops and views over the river, take the ferry to the Exe Valley way/coast path walk to Starcross and catch the Ferry to Exmouth where I’d pick up the cycle route back to Topsham. Now that sounds so much more appealing than running in this infernal RAIN.

This planning of a nice WALK has partially taken my mind off just how wet I am. Strangely I’m not too grumpy or tired but I am only a tad above chilly and although I am wearing a “waterproof” jacket I seem to be as wet inside it as outside. Only a full diver’s dry suit would keep anyone dry today.

At Cockwood we are directed to a village hall where all the competitors have to check in. there are tables with assorted treats for us to eat and hot tea or coffee. Now I’m generally not good with consuming either liquid or solids whilst running but I drink about a 3rd of a cup of tea and as it reaches my stomach I feel for the first time since staring this event a “Ready Brek” glow. I slowly munch a small shortbread biscuit and contemplate not moving any further but it’s time to “man up” and I step outside to feel instantly frozen. A complete change of clothing would have been nice but that isn’t an option without a backup crew and he’s drinking coffee at his mother’s.

We continue along lanes on tarmac with the river to our left until we reach Dawlish Warren, a holiday camp bucket and spade destination. Followed by Dawlish where there are a couple cafes open but they look deserted. It would have been so easy to just pop into one of them, but with my head down I battle against the howling wind and rain and a short section of respite in the form of a covered section of seafront path appears but the surface under foot is uneven cobbles.

Teignmouth sea front

At this point we cannot follow the water’s edge so are sent uphill and along the road to Holcombe before taking a very steep access road down to Smugglers Cove where we start the long concrete section along Teignmouth sea front with the railway line to our right and a boiling muddy brown sea to our left. This is resistance training at it’s worse, I’m head down, clinging on to my hood which even though I have pulled the cords tight so that it hugs my cap and head, it is trying hard to come adrift. The noise that the wind makes in the gap between my hood and my ears sounds like I have my own personal thunder storm going on. The puddles under my feet are inches deep, as wide as the Atlantic and bl—dy cold. Then out of the blue appears a male of about 70 plus, in silk shorts with a mahogany tanned torso running towards me. He smiles and passes by. The man is only wearing shorts and a smile. Before I reach the end of this sea front he passes me again now heading in the same direction as myself and utters the words “keep going, you’re doing well” I feel even colder now and at no point do I feel the urge to rip off my top and adopt his style of running attire.

There is a large group of children ahead of me on the path all rushing about excitedly with wet suits on. It appears to be junior life saving/surf club and Teignmouth Beach is still not looking very inviting with its dark brown sand and stormy seas. “I might need saving very soon folks” I want to shout, but I stay quiet in fear of scaring the small children.

My left leg is not feeling very comfortable and occasionally feels as if it doesn’t even belong to me and that it will just give out if I put weight upon it. It has been my right leg (IT issues) that has been causing me grief all year but today my left leg decides it wants some attention and this reduces me at mile 18 to walk run which is really annoying as I haven’t felt too tired up to now.

At the end of Teignmouth seafront we take a route around the houses and along a path below the Rugby club where some hardy souls are either waiting to train or play a match. I glance at my watch and its 11am, 3 soggy bl—dy hours after the start with just over 6 miles to go. The worse 6, which are described in the race info as challenging.

I run across Shaldon Bridge which crosses the River Teign and develop a knicker chaffing issue. I try to adjust said “Bridget Jones” style pants but they aren’t moving. I do that little jiggle that people do when their underwear isn’t where they want it to be, shake my right leg a little and then give up as check point No 2 is in a hall a short distance ahead. I step inside looking bedraggled, miserable and in need of something hot. I can see a hot water dispenser. There are empty paper cups and people in dry clothing sipping tea, but nothing around for me to partake in other than cake or water melon. My ability to form words or hold a conversation has gone. I decide to exit the building fairly quickly as I know that once I step outside I will be frozen to the core. I try to run to warm up but my left leg protests. The last 6 miles will have to be speed marched, running is not an option. There are people overtaking me which dents my pride but as I start the coastal path section from Shaldon to Babbacombe I realise that even if my leg was OK running would still not be an option.

The path goes vertically up and vertically down on a scale to equal and surpass MudCrews Roseland August Trail. There are steps in some places and not in others. These paths have turned into rivers of blood and the soil into what should be called “slip”. So in short I slip and slide for 6 very long miles. The ups are far easier than the downs which are causing me to wince, moan and almost cry. I’m having to hold onto wire fencing in order to get down the slopes without falling over. I’ve got bramble scratches, stinging nettle stings to make things even better. Then from nowhere appears a knight in shining armour. I’m making hard weather of a steep downhill when this gorgeous young male ultra-runner offers me his arm and helps me down one particularly nasty slope. If only I could have kept him to myself for the rest of the route, but I thanked him and watched as he sprinted up the next slope and off into the murk and gloom. It brought a smile to my face for a couple minutes. Bless.

My Garmin seemed to stick at mile 22 for an eternity. Runners would trot past and then even though I was walking I would catch them up or overtake them on the next uphill section. My emotional state was tearful at mile 22 and 24, I gave myself a good talking to reminding myself that in order to collect my race medal I would have to cross the finishing line.

I climb a path alongside and above a funicular railway then down yet another treacherous slippery path before finally reaching Babbacombe Downs and the finishing line. Somehow, battered, limping, sodden and cold my ordeal has ended. I forget to turn off my Garmin in my knackered decrepit state, the rain stops and I collect my lovely dark blue technical T and the biggest medal I have ever received. Should you drop this medal, it would break your foot (It fell off my pin board at home and took a chunk out of the skirting board). A lovely Sea cadet passed me a cup of tea and a small piece of cake before another runner took my photo for me, so I could check I was still alive.

My greatest need is to get out of my saturated clothing before I need admitting to A&E. There are no changing rooms so I spy a traditional “open on all four sides” seafront shelter and chose the seaward facing section to perform my cross between Burlesque and a strip joint routine. The removal of my jacket, TRC vest and long sleeve T is simple, but my vintage small “Sticker” race memento purple towel is having difficulty drying the flesh I’ve exposed. I’m in need of replacing some clothing as a woman of my age stood on public view with only a sports bra and smile is not a pretty sight. I manage to get a loose T-shirt on but having placed my two arms into a warmer long sleeved top I find myself in the equivalent of a straightjacket. No matter how many times I flap the sleeves and my arms around nothing changes apart from the gathering crowd of tourist who want to know if I’ve run the marathon. Now I talk using my hands, but they are stuck in my sleeves and my brain has been shrunk in the rain, the spectators are moving on. Even I’m giggling by my predicament and suddenly I have a break through and my top is over my head and I’m feeling warmer.

On to my shorts and chaffing “Bridget Jones” big pants. No, don’t pull faces please!

I decide to stay seated for my next attempt at keeping my dignity. I place towel (Small purple vintage Sticker race memento) across my lap and with a firm tug manage to remove both shorts and pants in the same fashion someone pulls a tablecloth from under the tea set placed upon it. Some more tourist walk by, gaze at me and all my belongings spread across the shelters bench and decide I must be a “bag lady” and move on. My towel will not cover my embarrassment or dignity as it isn’t big enough so with luck I produce a charity bag from my ruck sack, place it over my lap and then place the towel under my rear end. Wet wipes to the fore I scrape layers of mud off my legs then return to the straight jacket routine this time with my dry running tights that are refusing to go further than my thighs. There is no other option other than to stand up, expose all and thankfully with one sharp yank I’m at last decent.

I wonder across the road to the Babbacombe Hotel entrance and take shelter from the rain under its porch as just for a change it is raining once again. This hotel has a sun room at the front where lots of tourists are having afternoon tea and coffee. I’m shivering and hopping from one foot to the other waiting for my “Husband who plays golf” to come and rescue me. It’s at this point that one of the elderly ladies sat in this sun room comes out and asks me to join them for tea. I politely thank her but feel I must decline her offer. She then offers me a whisky, and again, shock horror, I thank her and say no. she returns inside brings me £5 as sponsorship for the charity organising this race and again asks me to come inside. She even offers me the use of her and her husband’s hotel bathroom. I give in, I go inside to the sunroom and sit with the lovely couple, have a nice chat and from nowhere the lady running the bar brings me a huge HOT CHOCOLATE on the house. Oh the kindness of strangers.

Husband arrives, shivers all gone, all mirrors avoided for fear of cracking them and off I head waving goodbye to my new found friends. 5hrs 37 flipping long, wet, cold and painful minutes it took to be able to come home with a Technical T and a medal that needs a health and safety assessment before you can wear it.

Its 5 days now since I completed this event and I’m less traumatised now. My legs feel fine but I haven’t attempted a run yet. I have though signed up for the Cornish and the Birmingham Marathon due to a selective memory. Would I enter this event again? Well the funny thing is that when I explained to my “Husband who plays golf” that there was a marathon for runners and walkers he seemed interested. So watch this space next year!


Treggy 7 - 2017 Results

Results in XLS, PDF format.

Team and Category results at the bottom of the page.

Position Time Name Team Category Pace No
1 0:39:12 BENNEY, Aaron Mile High Male Vet 35-39 05:35.9 74
2 0:40:24 MORANT, Jordan Hayle Runners Male under 35 05:46.2 159
3 0:40:32 MARTIN, Andrew Mile High Male Vet 35-39 05:47.3 83
4 0:41:24 ALDRIDGE, Carl   Male under 35 05:54.7 127
5 0:41:34 STEPHENSON, Jamie Mile High Male under 35 05:56.2 150
6 0:41:45 WHEAR, Paul Cornwall AC Male Vet 45-49 05:57.7 391
7 0:41:56 MCWILLIAMS, John Mounts Bay Harriers Male under 35 05:59.3 260
8 0:42:15 ROBINSON, Tim Launceston Road Runners Male under 35 06:02.0 144
9 0:42:21 DANIELS, Alex Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 06:02.9 440
10 0:42:33 PEYTON-JONES, Alex Plymouth Harriers Male Vet 35-39 06:04.6 459
11 0:43:14 CUTLAN, James St Austell Running Club Male under 35 06:10.5 291
12 0:43:15 WEBSTER, Mark Cornwall AC Male under 35 06:10.6 389
13 0:43:20 MARPLES, Alex Truro Running Club Male Vet 35-39 06:11.3 238
14 0:43:24 HORN, Edward Launceston Road Runners Male under 35 06:11.9 33
15 0:43:24 ABRAHAM, Scott Hayle Runners Male Vet 45-49 06:11.9 166
16 0:43:29 WHERRY, Steve Hayle Runners Male Vet 50-54 06:12.6 169
17 0:43:34 SOLE, Paul Cornwall AC Male Vet 35-39 06:13.3 381
18 0:44:15 TREGONNING, David   Male under 35 06:19.2 370
19 0:44:24 RAMSDEN, Clive Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 06:20.5 111
20 0:44:35 KNOWLES, Simon Hayle Runners Male Vet 40-44 06:22.0 499
21 0:44:45 TREGENZA, Heidi Cornwall AC Female under35 06:23.5 399
22 0:44:55 DITTY, Graham Mile High Male under 35 06:24.9 131
23 0:45:02 DAVIES, James Truro Running Club Male under 35 06:25.9 446
24 0:45:08 SOLE, Amy Cornwall AC Female under35 06:26.7 396
25 0:45:09 ADAMS, Tim St Austell Running Club Male Vet 45-49 06:26.9 286
26 0:45:18 WIDDERSHOVEN, Tim Carn Runners Male Vet 35-39 06:28.2 441
27 0:45:23 NANCARROW, Joshua   Male under 35 06:28.9 258
28 0:45:34 BAILEY, Ross Plymouth Harriers Male Vet 35-39 06:30.5 207
29 0:45:39 DAVIS, Glynn Carn Runners Male Vet 50-54 06:31.2 439
30 0:45:54 COULSON, Lee Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 50-54 06:33.3 341
31 0:46:05 BARNET, James Falmouth Road Runners Male under 35 06:34.9 70
32 0:46:14 BECKENKRAGER, David Plymouth Harriers Male Vet 45-49 06:36.2 155
33 0:46:24 MUTTON, James   Male Vet 35-39 06:37.6 485
34 0:46:33 ANDREWARTHA, David Bude Rats Male under 35 06:38.9 91
35 0:46:44 LAKE, Samantha Tavistock AC Female Vet 35-39 06:40.5 212
36 0:46:47 SHIRLEY, Rich St Austell Running Club Male under 35 06:40.9 455
37 0:46:54 DEACON, Mark Looe Pioneers Male under 35 06:41.9 7
38 0:47:06 STANDING, Rob Truro Running Club Male Vet 40-44 06:43.6 450
39 0:47:06 MOYLE, Ryan Mile High Male Vet 40-44 06:43.6 364
40 0:47:06 TEDDER, Dale Looe Pioneers Male under 35 06:43.6 254
41 0:47:25 YETTON, Ami Plymouth Harriers Female Vet 35-39 06:46.3 458
42 0:47:29 BAKER, Steve Tamar Trotters Male Vet 60-64 06:46.9 143
43 0:47:30 BUSCOMBE, Jessica St Austell Running Club Female under35 06:47.0 290
44 0:47:31 SOLE, John Cornwall AC Male Vet 35-39 06:47.2 382
45 0:47:35 PHILP, David East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 55-59 06:47.7 160
46 0:47:42 JONES, Thomas Plymstock Road Runners Male under 35 06:48.7 120
47 0:47:44 PITCHER, Tom Tamar Trotters Male under 35 06:49.0 252
48 0:47:48 RENDLE, Steve Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 45-49 06:49.6 419
49 0:47:51 MANNING, James Hayle Runners Male Vet 35-39 06:50.0 223
50 0:48:05 WATSON, Robin Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 50-54 06:52.0 355
51 0:48:21 ASTLEY, Hannah   Female Vet 35-39 06:54.3 36
52 0:48:21 TWIGGS, Tim Hayle Runners Male Vet 50-54 06:54.3 92
53 0:48:35 THOMAS, Philip   Male Vet 40-44 06:56.3 203
54 0:48:45 KIRWAN, Dee Launceston Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 06:57.7 141
55 0:48:55 SZYMANSKI, Pawel Launceston Road Runners Male under 35 06:59.2 279
56 0:48:55 JOHNSON, Jeanette Launceston Road Runners Female Vet 50-54 06:59.2 24
57 0:48:58 ULLMAN, Chris East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 45-49 06:59.6 496
58 0:49:05 WALKER, Iain St Austell Running Club Male Vet 60-64 07:00.6 303
59 0:49:07 JOHNSON, Paul St Austell Running Club Male under 35 07:00.9 317
60 0:49:12 RONNGARD, Mattias Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 45-49 07:01.6 412
61 0:49:22 ATTWOOD, James   Male Vet 35-39 07:03.0 123
62 0:49:37 TOURELL-HARRIS, Jon East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 45-49 07:05.2 59
63 0:49:44 LETCHFORD, Geoff Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 65-69 07:06.2 335
64 0:49:49 PATRICK, Richard Looe Pioneers Male Vet 45-49 07:06.9 373
65 0:50:00 LUCKHURST, Will Hayle Runners Male Vet 45-49 07:08.5 494
66 0:50:15 MUTSAERS, Adrian Cornwall AC Male Vet 45-49 07:10.6 388
67 0:50:40 FIRTH, Anthony Tamar Trotters Male Vet 45-49 07:14.2 241
68 0:50:40 BARRETT, Dean Tamar Trotters Male Vet 50-54 07:14.2 457
69 0:50:54 FOSTER, Richard Launceston Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 07:16.2 175
70 0:50:57 HEYWOOD, Christopher   Male Vet 50-54 07:16.6 32
71 0:50:58 GARAGHON, Jordan Looe Pioneers Male under 35 07:16.7 461
72 0:51:01 BERRYMAN, Tom Mounts Bay Harriers Male under 35 07:17.2 326
73 0:51:02 GRASSAM, Mark Looe Pioneers Male Vet 45-49 07:17.3 37
74 0:51:07 REDDICLIFFE, Nigel Launceston Road Runners Male Vet 50-54 07:18.0 134
75 0:51:10 CROWLE, Revis East Cornwall Harriers Female Vet 55-59 07:18.4 176
76 0:51:15 ALLEN, Marc   Male under 35 07:19.2 178
77 0:51:16 HARDING, Ben East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 35-39 07:19.3 50
78 0:51:17 FINDLAY, James Carn Runners Male under 35 07:19.4 437
79 0:51:19 WALKEY, Matthew Plymouth Harriers Male under 35 07:19.7 479
80 0:51:19 KHAN, Hamid Dubia Creek Striders Male Vet 40-44 07:19.7 195
81 0:51:20 MCLEOD, Matthew   Male Vet 45-49 07:19.9 468
82 0:51:26 BULLEN, Gary Mile High Male Vet 50-54 07:20.7 255
83 0:51:27 ROBERTS, Malcolm St Austell Running Club Male Vet 60-64 07:20.9 100
84 0:51:33 RICHARDS, Stuart St Austell Running Club Male Vet 40-44 07:21.7 306
85 0:51:41 HARRISON, Nick Launceston Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 07:22.9 210
86 0:51:46 JOHNS, Chris   Male Vet 45-49 07:23.6 119
87 0:51:47 ANGOVE, Paul Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 50-54 07:23.7 113
88 0:51:54 KEARNS, Joe East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 50-54 07:24.7 247
89 0:52:02 POLGLASE, Tom Carn Runners Male Vet 65-69 07:25.9 435
90 0:52:03 GILBERT, Michael Launceston Road Runners Male under 35 07:26.0 234
91 0:52:12 WILDING, David Hayle Runners Male Vet 40-44 07:27.3 34
92 0:52:26 JOSE, Amy Hayle Runners Female under35 07:29.3 217
93 0:52:40 BENNETT, Charlotte Hayle Runners Female Vet 40-44 07:31.3 170
94 0:52:44 ALLEN, Peter Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 60-64 07:31.9 38
95 0:52:45 CARTER, Steven Truro Running Club Male Vet 40-44 07:32.0 443
96 0:52:51 POTTEN, Robert   Male under 35 07:32.9 5
97 0:52:55 STANFORD, Joseph Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 07:33.4 58
98 0:53:03 MEDLOCK, Kirsty Hayle Runners Female Vet 35-39 07:34.6 12
99 0:53:12 WILLIAMS, Gary Looe Pioneers Male under 35 07:35.9 41
100 0:53:13 SPENCER, Leigh Newquay Road Runners Female under35 07:36.0 415
101 0:53:16 BUCKINGHAM, Edward Tamar Trotters Male Vet 40-44 07:36.4 89
102 0:53:17 EDWARDS, Glynn Truro Running Club Male under 35 07:36.6 44
103 0:53:21 BATCHELOR, David Hayle Runners Male Vet 55-59 07:37.2 151
104 0:53:23 BAZLEY, Peter Tavistock AC Male Vet 60-64 07:37.4 47
105 0:53:28 MILLS, Jenny Launceston Road Runners Female Vet 65-69 07:38.2 43
106 0:53:30 BURFORD, Lee Hayle Runners Male Vet 35-39 07:38.4 165
107 0:53:31 DOE, Don Poole A C Male Vet 60-64 07:38.6 372
108 0:53:32 MORGAN, Martin Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 60-64 07:38.7 428
109 0:53:33 BRAY, Daniel St Austell Running Club Male under 35 07:38.9 288
110 0:53:38 PICKERING, Stuart Hayle Runners Male Vet 50-54 07:39.6 17
111 0:53:46 TREVENA, Nigel Cornwall AC Male Vet 45-49 07:40.7 379
112 0:53:47 ALLAN, Matt   Male Vet 35-39 07:40.9 104
113 0:54:07 CHASE, Andy St Austell Running Club Male under 35 07:43.7 28
114 0:54:16 DAVIES, Richard Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 50-54 07:45.0 421
115 0:54:18 CROWLE, Ian East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 55-59 07:45.3 177
116 0:54:20 CUTLAN, Hannah St Austell Running Club Female under35 07:45.6 314
117 0:54:22 YATES, Jason   Male Vet 40-44 07:45.9 71
118 0:54:26 ELLIS, Andrew Hayle Runners Male Vet 45-49 07:46.4 21
119 0:54:27 JOHNSON, Bevan   Male Vet 40-44 07:46.6 257
120 0:54:30 HOADLEY, Keith Torrington AAC Male Vet 50-54 07:47.0 121
121 0:54:35 SELWOOD, Jill Plymouth Harriers Female Vet 50-54 07:47.7 79
122 0:54:37 VANSTONE, William   Male under 35 07:48.0 101
123 0:54:49 NUGENT, Debbie Cornwall AC Female Vet 50-54 07:49.7 398
124 0:54:51 GIBSON, Amanda Looe Pioneers Female Vet 40-44 07:50.0 94
125 0:54:58 QUEEN, Stuart Plymouth Musketeers Male Vet 40-44 07:51.0 190
126 0:55:02 MORLEY, Andrea Scunthorpe & District Female Vet 35-39 07:51.6 22
127 0:55:05 SHIPTON, Jason Tavistock AC Male Vet 45-49 07:52.0 153
128 0:55:12 DALE, Steve Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 07:53.0 408
129 0:55:15 GAY, Jennifer Truro Running Club Female under35 07:53.4 447
130 0:55:23 SOLOMON, Pam Bodmin Road Runners Female Vet 55-59 07:54.6 205
131 0:55:24 JACK, Sean Bude Rats Male Vet 55-59 07:54.7 244
132 0:55:27 ALLEN, Gary   Male under 35 07:55.2 246
133 0:55:27 FRANTZ, Derrick Cornwall AC Male Vet 50-54 07:55.2 380
134 0:55:30 ALLAN, Samantha   Female under35 07:55.6 105
135 0:55:32 ROONEY, Michael Mounts Bay Harriers Male under 35 07:55.9 331
136 0:55:33 THOMAS, Rachael Cornwall AC Female Vet 40-44 07:56.0 393
137 0:55:35 SHAW, Louisa Launceston Road Runners Female Vet 35-39 07:56.3 93
138 0:55:39 BURNS, Julia Hayle Runners Female Vet 50-54 07:56.9 171
139 0:55:40 WRIGHT, David Hayle Runners Male Vet 50-54 07:57.0 209
140 0:55:44 PICTON, John East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 35-39 07:57.6 182
141 0:55:44 BROWN, Tracey East Cornwall Harriers Female Vet 35-39 07:57.6 181
142 0:55:47 BAKER, Sean Looe Pioneers Male Vet 40-44 07:58.0 284
143 0:55:47 JARRAM, Ben Launceston Road Runners Male under 35 07:58.0 360
144 0:55:51 HARGREAVES, Pez Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 45-49 07:58.6 345
145 0:55:56 CUMING, Nick   Male Vet 45-49 07:59.3 369
146 0:55:58 SILLIFANT, Tyler   Male under 35 07:59.6 464
147 0:55:59 RAMSEY, Chris Truro Running Club Male Vet 65-69 07:59.7 448
148 0:56:00 SMITH, Derek Hayle Runners Male Vet 55-59 07:59.9 183
149 0:56:06 SPENCER, Chris   Male Vet 50-54 08:00.7 261
150 0:56:08 SLEEMAN, Jenna   Female under35 08:01.0 267
151 0:56:22 HEAD, Martin Bere Alston Trekkers Male Vet 45-49 08:03.0 220
152 0:56:30 MITCHELL, Jon Cornwall AC Male Vet 45-49 08:04.2 387
153 0:56:34 EMBURY, Andrew   Male Vet 50-54 08:04.7 53
154 0:56:40 GLOVER, Ruth Mounts Bay Harriers Female under35 08:05.6 324
155 0:56:42 PECK, Cris   Male Vet 50-54 08:05.9 504
156 0:56:43 TODD, Claire St Austell Running Club Female Vet 45-49 08:06.0 312
157 0:56:50 WEBB, Kirsty Looe Pioneers Female under35 08:07.0 56
158 0:56:55 COOK, Matthew Mounts Bay Harriers Male under 35 08:07.7 323
159 0:56:56 GERRARD, Corinne Hayle Runners Female Vet 45-49 08:07.9 90
160 0:57:00 SPEARE, Adam Tamar Trotters Male Vet 50-54 08:08.4 280
161 0:57:05 SELWOOD, John Plymouth Harriers Male Vet 50-54 08:09.2 80
162 0:57:05 MCAUGHEY, Peter Launceston Road Runners Male Vet 45-49 08:09.2 69
163 0:57:08 GIBSON, Philip Looe Pioneers Male Vet 40-44 08:09.6 95
164 0:57:11 ATKINSON-BEAUMONT, Ross Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 35-39 08:10.0 158
165 0:57:13 GUMMOW, Katie Looe Pioneers Female Vet 35-39 08:10.3 245
166 0:57:17 MCGINNITY, Brian   Male Vet 40-44 08:10.9 465
167 0:57:19 MOORE, Andy Hayle Runners Male Vet 55-59 08:11.2 275
168 0:57:22 LAWES, Helen Looe Pioneers Female Vet 45-49 08:11.6 97
169 0:57:22 MORTON, Richard Tamar Trotters Male Vet 60-64 08:11.6 256
170 0:57:25 ASPDEN, Gail Hayle Runners Female Vet 45-49 08:12.0 149
171 0:57:29 WILLIAMS, Kelly Mounts Bay Harriers Female under35 08:12.6 328
172 0:57:32 LOZYNSKI, Stacey Looe Pioneers Male under 35 08:13.0 2
173 0:57:32 STACKHOUSE, Helena Cornwall AC Female Vet 35-39 08:13.0 401
174 0:57:34 JENKIN, David   Male under 35 08:13.3 489
175 0:57:35 WILLIAMS, Aaron   Male Vet 35-39 08:13.4 498
176 0:57:37 RULE, Helen Hayle Runners Female Vet 35-39 08:13.7 198
177 0:57:46 HILL, Nicholas   Male under 35 08:15.0 374
178 0:57:52 RUNDLE, Wayne Launceston Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 08:15.9 229
179 0:57:54 VAUGHNLEY, Craig East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 45-49 08:16.2 358
180 0:57:58 MARTIN, Colin Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 65-69 08:16.7 411
181 0:58:04 GAUNT, Chris Launceston Road Runners Male Vet 60-64 08:17.6 42
182 0:58:08 HYNES, Jaine Launceston Road Runners Female Vet 50-54 08:18.2 8
183 0:58:08 CAREY, James   Male Vet 35-39 08:18.2 96
184 0:58:16 PASCOE, Anna Mud Crew Trail Runners Female Vet 35-39 08:19.3 429
185 0:58:22 LITTLEWOOD, Louise East Cornwall Harriers Female Vet 45-49 08:20.2 235
186 0:58:22 HILL, Sarah Newquay Road Runners Female Vet 45-49 08:20.2 416
187 0:58:30 LILLIS, John Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 70-74 08:21.3 405
188 0:58:38 HAYNES, Patrick St Austell Running Club Male Vet 50-54 08:22.4 294
189 0:58:40 TREGENZA, Elizabeth Cornwall AC Female Vet 55-59 08:22.7 400
190 0:58:48 COAD, Rewan Newquay Road Runners Male under 35 08:23.9 422
191 0:58:54 PHELPS, Fiona Tamar Trotters Female Vet 45-49 08:24.7 505
192 0:58:59 BENNETT, Emily Hayle Runners   08:25.4 208
193 0:59:06 CRABB, Sally Looe Pioneers Female Vet 40-44 08:26.4 1
194 0:59:07 JONES, Malcolm Launceston Road Runners Male Vet 55-59 08:26.6 197
195 0:59:11 BRYANT, Lauren   Female under35 08:27.2 77
196 0:59:14 GINTER, Paul Tamar Trotters Male Vet 45-49 08:27.6 486
197 0:59:15 JENKIN, Steve Cornwall AC Male Vet 45-49 08:27.7 383
198 0:59:17 MARKS, Stacie St Austell Running Club Female under35 08:28.0 299
199 0:59:21 CATNACH, Alison Looe Pioneers Female Vet 40-44 08:28.6 136
200 0:59:22 LEWIS, Bridget Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 45-49 08:28.7 325
201 0:59:22 BROWN, Adrian Launceston Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 08:28.7 361
202 0:59:32 GILBERT, Cara   Female Vet 40-44 08:30.2 237
203 0:59:36 TOWE, Ben   Male Vet 40-44 08:30.7 112
204 0:59:44 ROBINSON, Leigh Plymouth Harriers Male Vet 45-49 08:31.9 262
205 0:59:45 HELSON, Neil   Male Vet 45-49 08:32.0 204
206 0:59:47 TOWNEND, Stewart Hayle Runners Male Vet 75-79 08:32.3 45
207 0:59:49 REGAN, Matt   Male under 35 08:32.6 40
208 0:59:56 WARREN, Diane Hayle Runners Female Vet 60-64 08:33.6 161
209 0:59:57 WERRAN, Louise Launceston Road Runners Female Vet 40-44 08:33.7 228
210 1:00:06 GILLESPIE, Ayesha   Female under35 08:35.0 472
211 1:00:15 MADGE, Paul South West Road Runner Male Vet 55-59 08:36.3 376
212 1:00:18 GREGORY, Amy Newquay Road Runners Female under35 08:36.7 413
213 1:00:23 BAGGULEY, Katie   Female Vet 45-49 08:37.4 124
214 1:00:37 MCKEE, Clare Bodmin Road Runners Female Vet 35-39 08:39.4 145
215 1:00:37 ATKINSON-BEAUMONT, David Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 35-39 08:39.4 157
216 1:00:51 PICK, Robert East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 60-64 08:41.4 482
217 1:00:57 SKINNER, Steve Looe Pioneers Male under 35 08:42.3 218
218 1:01:08 BAKER, Emma Looe Pioneers Female Vet 40-44 08:43.9 283
219 1:01:11 ALLAN, David   Male Vet 40-44 08:44.3 63
220 1:01:15 BULLOCK, Katie Newquay Road Runners Female under35 08:44.9 414
221 1:01:25 THOMAS, Alison Hayle Runners Female Vet 40-44 08:46.3 278
222 1:01:42 DEANE, Tim   Male Vet 35-39 08:48.7 471
223 1:01:48 DYER, Mary Frances Plymouth Harriers Female Vet 65-69 08:49.6 226
224 1:01:56 WILDING, Rebecca Mounts Bay Harriers Female under35 08:50.7 332
225 1:02:00 DREW, Peter Carn Runners Male Vet 65-69 08:51.3 436
226 1:02:03 COWBURN, Sarah Mud Crew Trail Runners Female Vet 40-44 08:51.7 263
227 1:02:04 FOSTER, Diane Looe Pioneers Female Vet 45-49 08:51.9 163
228 1:02:06 BUNTING, Maggie Tamar Trotters Female Vet 45-49 08:52.1 240
229 1:02:08 TEAGLE, Stephen   Male Vet 55-59 08:52.4 122
230 1:02:16 MANSFIELD, Sue Truro Running Club Female Vet 50-54 08:53.6 251
231 1:02:27 WOODFINE-BEARD, Kelly Newquay Road Runners Female Vet 35-39 08:55.1 407
232 1:02:29 EVANS, Alun Hayle Runners Male Vet 50-54 08:55.4 456
233 1:02:34 BAKER, Adam   Male under 35 08:56.1 493
234 1:02:42 OLDHAM, Lucy East Cornwall Harriers Female Vet 40-44 08:57.3 57
235 1:02:44 TURNER, Kevin Launceston Road Runners Male Vet 50-54 08:57.6 488
236 1:02:45 BRYANT, Jenny   Female Vet 45-49 08:57.7 78
237 1:02:48 WILLCOCKS, Bob Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 55-59 08:58.1 356
238 1:02:51 ROBERTS, Mary Launceston Road Runners Female Vet 45-49 08:58.6 180
239 1:02:55 TONKIN, Simon   Male Vet 50-54 08:59.1 466
240 1:02:55 HARRIDGE, Dawn   Female Vet 40-44 08:59.1 469
241 1:02:57 STEPHENS, Jane Bodmin Road Runners Female Vet 50-54 08:59.4 215
242 1:03:02 COPE, Jackie Falmouth Road Runners Female Vet 60-64 09:00.1 340
243 1:03:14 PAGE, Nick   Male Vet 50-54 09:01.9 167
244 1:03:15 GENTLE, Marie Okehampton RC Female Vet 35-39 09:02.0 478
245 1:03:18 BERTHO, Nicola St Austell Running Club Female Vet 40-44 09:02.4 287
246 1:03:29 SAVIN, Nick Newquay Road Runners Male under 35 09:04.0 404
247 1:03:42 FARRAR, Ben   Male under 35 09:05.9 476
248 1:03:42 JAME, Ryan   Male under 35 09:05.9 474
249 1:03:54 THOMAS, Fiona St Austell Running Club Female under35 09:07.6 310
250 1:03:55 STATTON, Sarah South West Road Runner Female under35 09:07.7 492
251 1:04:02 ADNETT, Paul   Male Vet 40-44 09:08.7 109
252 1:04:02 MAYWOOD, Kirstie Looe Pioneers Female Vet 50-54 09:08.7 467
253 1:04:05 LEAN, David East Cornwall Harriers Male Vet 55-59 09:09.1 500
254 1:04:07 HOLT, Laura   Female under35 09:09.4 368
255 1:04:10 PYKE, Mike Launceston Road Runners Male Vet 40-44 09:09.9 276
256 1:04:18 HOWGILL, Helen   Female Vet 45-49 09:11.0 26
257 1:04:24 BUDGE, Claire St Austell Running Club Female Vet 40-44 09:11.9 321
258 1:04:29 ADNETT, Sarah   Female Vet 40-44 09:12.6 110
259 1:04:38 DENNIS, Matthew   Male under 35 09:13.9 193
260 1:04:39 BECKER, Caroline   Female Vet 60-64 09:14.0 25
261 1:04:40 PEARCE, Deborah Hayle Runners Female Vet 45-49 09:14.1 173
262 1:04:42 SWIFT, Sarah Launceston Road Runners Female under35 09:14.4 84
263 1:04:45 OLIVER, Martin Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 60-64 09:14.9 322
264 1:04:47 WILKINSON, Judith Tamar Trotters Female Vet 60-64 09:15.1 65
265 1:04:50 MURRAY, Patrick   Male Vet 45-49 09:15.6 371
266 1:04:50 PRICE, Rachel   Female under35 09:15.6 19
267 1:04:55 POWELL, Tom Falmouth Road Runners Male under 35 09:16.3 351
268 1:05:01 WARREN, Jack     09:17.1 484
269 1:05:05 FOSTER, Graham Looe Pioneers Male Vet 50-54 09:17.7 164
270 1:05:08 MARSHALL, Debbie St Austell Running Club Female Vet 40-44 09:18.1 298
271 1:05:11 CUFF, Linda Looe Pioneers Female Vet 50-54 09:18.6 200
272 1:05:26 MILLWARD, Laura Carn Runners Female Vet 55-59 09:20.7 432
273 1:05:30 SMITH, Hannah Hayle Runners Female under35 09:21.3 179
274 1:05:32 SAUNTER, Jenny Bodmin Womens RC Female Vet 50-54 09:21.6 268
275 1:05:33 PARSONS, Alison Bodmin Womens RC Female Vet 45-49 09:21.7 480
276 1:05:34 BURT, Matthew   Male Vet 40-44 09:21.9 11
277 1:05:36 PENTREATH, Nick Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 50-54 09:22.1 350
278 1:05:36 WILTON, David Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 60-64 09:22.1 357
279 1:05:37 HAGHANI, Laura Hayle Runners Female Vet 35-39 09:22.3 172
280 1:05:38 CATTERALL, Diane Carn Runners Female under35 09:22.4 259
281 1:05:42 CLARKE, Samantha Carn Runners Female Vet 40-44 09:23.0 277
282 1:05:43 WIDDERSHOVEN, Demelza Carn Runners Female Vet 35-39 09:23.1 434
283 1:05:46 ORME, Emily   Female Vet 45-49 09:23.6 362
284 1:05:54 BUDGE, Andrew St Austell Running Club Male Vet 50-54 09:24.7 289
285 1:05:55 STUTHRIDGE, Helen St Austell Running Club Female Vet 45-49 09:24.9 309
286 1:05:56 KIRK, Liam Looe Pioneers Male under 35 09:25.0 219
287 1:06:02 BENFORD, Kirsty   Female Vet 40-44 09:25.9 281
288 1:06:09 MAYWOOD, Bryan Looe Pioneers Male Vet 50-54 09:26.9 366
289 1:06:12 MACK, Mike Carn Runners Male Vet 65-69 09:27.3 438
290 1:06:15 SALVAGE, David Tamar Trotters Male Vet 70-74 09:27.7 239
291 1:06:16 CRYER, Jon   Male Vet 60-64 09:27.9 108
292 1:06:17 MCFADDEN, Tracy Bodmin Womens RC Female Vet 50-54 09:28.0 271
293 1:06:19 WHELL, Lisa   Female under35 09:28.3 490
294 1:06:29 RUNDLE, Sharon Launceston Road Runners Female Vet 50-54 09:29.7 230
295 1:06:30 NICHOLLS, Tracey Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 55-59 09:29.9 334
296 1:06:32 HAM, Neil Cornwall AC Male Vet 50-54 09:30.1 392
297 1:06:43 IACONIANNI, Gennara St Austell Running Club Female under35 09:31.7 296
298 1:06:44 GARDINER, Natalie Bodmin Womens RC Female under35 09:31.9 426
299 1:06:44 LANCASTER, Mark   Male under 35 09:31.9 35
300 1:06:49 MARTIN, Andrew Tavistock AC Male Vet 50-54 09:32.6 453
301 1:06:52 MCMILLAN, Penny Launceston Road Runners Female Vet 50-54 09:33.0 491
302 1:06:57 BEARE, Alison   Female Vet 55-59 09:33.7 375
303 1:07:09 ENGLAND, Emma Bodmin Womens RC Female Vet 45-49 09:35.4 227
304 1:07:15 LOWE, Wendy Bodmin Womens RC Female Vet 60-64 09:36.3 152
305 1:07:21 GRAY, Helen St Austell Running Club Female Vet 35-39 09:37.1 293
306 1:07:21 GRAY, David St Austell Running Club Male Vet 40-44 09:37.1 274
307 1:07:26 PRICE, Brian   Male Vet 70-74 09:37.9 20
308 1:07:31 COURTNEY, Stacey Newquay Road Runners Female under35 09:38.6 410
309 1:07:32 BIGGS, Matthew Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 50-54 09:38.7 409
310 1:07:37 BEARD, Sharon Bodmin Road Runners Female Vet 45-49 09:39.4 363
311 1:07:38 GOUGH, Anna   Female Vet 40-44 09:39.6 18
312 1:07:44 SANT, Andy   Male Vet 45-49 09:40.4 85
313 1:07:47 JONES, Jon Looe Pioneers Male Vet 45-49 09:40.9 377
314 1:07:50 LYNCH, Kelsey Mounts Bay Harriers Female under35 09:41.3 329
315 1:07:56 CATNACH, Peter Looe Pioneers Male Vet 55-59 09:42.1 137
316 1:08:04 EATON, Sam   Male under 35 09:43.3 187
317 1:08:06 LATHOM, Janet Launceston Road Runners Female Vet 60-64 09:43.6 147
318 1:08:07 NICHOLSON, Diane Tamar Trotters Female Vet 55-59 09:43.7 116
319 1:08:31 BLACK, Holli   Female under35 09:47.1 118
320 1:08:32 ELLIOTT, Tania Looe Pioneers Female Vet 40-44 09:47.3 272
321 1:08:35 EVANS, Mollie Carn Runners Female Vet 40-44 09:47.7 433
322 1:08:49 LEEDS, Brendon Looe Pioneers Male Vet 40-44 09:49.7 186
323 1:08:50 MITCHELL, Clive Launceston Road Runners Male Vet 60-64 09:49.9 233
324 1:08:53 JAMIESON, Sandy Carn Runners Female Vet 65-69 09:50.3 431
325 1:08:54 ELMES, Ralph Bere Alston Trekkers Male Vet 70-74 09:50.4 125
326 1:08:56 PATEMAN, Gemma St Austell Running Club Female Vet 35-39 09:50.7 304
327 1:09:00 BARNES, John Launceston Road Runners Male Vet 55-59 09:51.3 48
328 1:09:06 GUNTON, Richard Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 35-39 09:52.1 146
329 1:09:09 WOOLLETT, Mandy Looe Pioneers Female Vet 45-49 09:52.6 15
330 1:09:24 PITCHER, David Tamar Trotters Male Vet 55-59 09:54.7 253
331 1:09:50 VOSPER, Francis Bodmin Road Runners Male Vet 60-64 09:58.4 502
332 1:09:56 ANDERSON, David Torrington AAC Male Vet 65-69 09:59.3 168
333 1:09:57 MORGAN, Frances Bere Alston Trekkers Female Vet 50-54 09:59.4 495
334 1:09:58 ALEXANDER, Samantha Cornwall AC Female Vet 50-54 09:59.6 397
335 1:10:06 KITCHEN, Amelia Hayle Runners Female Vet 40-44 10:00.7 222
336 1:10:08 DYMOND, Amanda Bodmin Womens RC Female Vet 40-44 10:01.0 462
337 1:10:13 PRIDHAM, Lynn   Female Vet 40-44 10:01.7 102
338 1:10:25 BAWDEN, Mike Cornwall AC Male Vet 55-59 10:03.4 390
339 1:10:26 TORRES, Mick Looe Pioneers Male Vet 50-54 10:03.6 202
340 1:10:27 KING, Gary Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 40-44 10:03.7 199
341 1:10:31 SWEENEY, Andrew   Male under 35 10:04.3 27
342 1:10:31 MARTIN, Jacqui St Austell Running Club Female Vet 45-49 10:04.3 300
343 1:10:35 KOMBOSTIOTIS, Kostas Looe Pioneers Male Vet 45-49 10:04.8 201
344 1:10:53 VOSPER, Nicola Bodmin Road Runners Female Vet 55-59 10:07.4 501
345 1:10:59 YEO, Lizzy Launceston Road Runners Female under35 10:08.3 264
346 1:10:59 WERRAN, Katrina   Female under35 10:08.3 52
347 1:11:06 CUTLAN, Tim St Austell Running Club Male Vet 45-49 10:09.3 302
348 1:11:10 UNKNOWN 1,   NDB 10:09.8 999
349 1:11:16 ROSS, Sarah Tamar Trotters Female Vet 50-54 10:10.7 213
350 1:11:25 HOLT, Victoria Launceston Road Runners Female Vet 35-39 10:12.0 487
351 1:11:29 BRADBURY, Nigel   Male Vet 45-49 10:12.6 265
352 1:11:31 WADE, Margaret Carn Runners Female Vet 65-69 10:12.8 39
353 1:11:39 JAMESON, Judy Carn Runners Female Vet 55-59 10:14.0 430
354 1:11:47 BOND, Nina Looe Pioneers Female under35 10:15.1 130
355 1:12:02 CROWE, Sharron Bodmin Womens RC Female Vet 45-49 10:17.3 378
356 1:12:02 RESCORL, Susan Bodmin Womens RC Female Vet 55-59 10:17.3 425
357 1:12:04 MCLEAN, Andrew St Austell Running Club Male Vet 50-54 10:17.6 301
358 1:12:10 BOARD, Julie Plymouth Harriers Female Vet 40-44 10:18.4 224
359 1:12:10 BEATTIE, Laura Plymouth Harriers Female under35 10:18.4 140
360 1:12:16 GREY, Elenor Falmouth Road Runners Female Vet 40-44 10:19.3 344
361 1:12:20 WELLS, Tanya   Female Vet 35-39 10:19.8 269
362 1:12:20 DEPONEO, Jennifer   Female under35 10:19.8 270
363 1:12:21 CUMBLEY, Kat Hayle Runners Female under35 10:20.0 184
364 1:12:22 THOMAS, Jane St Austell Running Club Female Vet 55-59 10:20.1 320
365 1:12:57 TAMBLYN, Sharon Bodmin Womens RC Female Vet 55-59 10:25.1 473
366 1:13:00 BLACK, Anthony   Male Vet 60-64 10:25.6 117
367 1:13:01 ANDREWS, George Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 65-69 10:25.7 333
368 1:13:14 KEMP, Mandy Looe Pioneers Female Vet 55-59 10:27.6 211
369 1:13:14 DUDMAN, Kate Bodmin Womens RC Female Vet 40-44 10:27.6 285
370 1:13:25 CUTLAN, Jean St Austell Running Club Female Vet 50-54 10:29.1 315
371 1:13:26 MOSELEY, Suzanne   Female Vet 35-39 10:29.3 483
372 1:13:32 EVERITT, Terri Torrington AAC Female Vet 55-59 10:30.1 54
373 1:13:32 LEW, Judith   Female Vet 65-69 10:30.1 68
374 1:13:45 WELLS, Wes Tamar Trotters Male Vet 35-39 10:32.0 82
375 1:13:52 MCGINNES, Jason   Male Vet 40-44 10:33.0 139
376 1:13:57 RAIKER, Diana Falmouth Road Runners Female under35 10:33.7 352
377 1:14:16 BILLS, Kelly Carn Runners Female Vet 40-44 10:36.4 206
378 1:14:26 KINGTON, Norris Cornwall AC Male Vet 75-79 10:37.8 423
379 1:14:30 MARTIN, Hayley Carn Runners Female Vet 35-39 10:38.4 442
380 1:14:31 SQUIRE, Mark Mounts Bay Harriers Male Vet 60-64 10:38.6 336
381 1:14:54 GREGORY, Neil   Male Vet 40-44 10:41.8 62
382 1:15:07 SQUIRE, Helen Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 55-59 10:43.7 337
383 1:15:08 HART, Claire Plymouth Harriers Female Vet 50-54 10:43.8 365
384 1:15:20 NEWTON, Roy Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 70-74 10:45.6 349
385 1:15:34 WHITRIDGE, Tilly Cornwall AC Female Vet 45-49 10:47.6 395
386 1:15:37 HEAD, Hilary Bere Alston Trekkers Female Vet 55-59 10:48.0 221
387 1:15:47 LODER, Kat Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 35-39 10:49.4 330
388 1:15:50 RICHARDSON, Jane Okehampton RC Female Vet 65-69 10:49.8 87
389 1:15:52 PARSONS, Janet Bodmin Womens RC Female Vet 50-54 10:50.1 481
390 1:16:12 WHITE, Janet Okehampton RC Female Vet 65-69 10:53.0 503
391 1:16:30 MARSH, Stuart Hayle Runners Male Vet 45-49 10:55.6 174
392 1:16:34 PALMER, Rebecca   Female under35 10:56.1 367
393 1:16:37 CHEESEMAN, Gordon   Female Vet 35-39 10:56.6 60
394 1:16:37 GRIGG, Trevor Tavistock AC Male Vet 60-64 10:56.6 86
395 1:16:58 HAWKINS, Lorraine Launceston Road Runners Female Vet 50-54 10:59.6 231
396 1:17:08 COLLINS, Hayley Torrington AAC Female Vet 40-44 11:01.0 55
397 1:17:09 FRY, Karen   Female Vet 50-54 11:01.1 232
398 1:17:20 DALTON, Martin Falmouth Road Runners Male Vet 65-69 11:02.7 342
399 1:17:40 THOMAS, Victoria Looe Pioneers Female Vet 40-44 11:05.6 282
400 1:17:42 LOOSLEY, Alison St Austell Running Club Female Vet 50-54 11:05.8 318
401 1:17:43 HARVEY, Sally Bodmin Womens RC Female Vet 50-54 11:06.0 114
402 1:17:50 EVANS, Des Newquay Road Runners Male Vet 65-69 11:07.0 418
403 1:17:57 PEDRICK, Melanie Plymouth Harriers Female Vet 45-49 11:08.0 3
404 1:18:08 ANDREWS, Greta Mounts Bay Harriers Female Vet 40-44 11:09.6 338
405 1:18:09 POOLE, Wendy St Austell Running Club Female Vet 55-59 11:09.7 305
406