Here is the race diary for next year. It is a DRAFT, so there may be changes.
Well, there was a sea of red in Cubert yesterday. No, not the Labour Party conference, but the excellent hoodies given at the end of the race. They will do nicely for winter. Thanks NRR.
The rain of the night before, thankfully, had mostly cleared, leaving just a bit of drizzle, which mad the running site pleasant. There was a bit of wind when turning left off the main road, but, in the main, it was OK.
As always, it was a popular race with 648 finishers. It’s a race which favours the fast and the lead runners were in in 26 minutes with Emma Stepto finishing in 29 minutes.
Bodmin Road Runners had the best turn-out of the year at a GP race, 20 in all. Great stuff.
Damian Philp was favoured as first in for the club, but no, surprise, surprise, Ian Temple came home ahead of him! Ian’s time was 33.18 and Damian’s 41 seconds later at 33.59. Great running from both of you. Well done.
A big well done too to Alison Temple, who came in at 37.05 and was first in her age group. Congratulations Alison.
Gail Hartill was just ahead of Alison, coming in at 36.56. Well done both.
The other congratulations goes to Nic Vosper who was 3rd in her age group, coming in in 44.28. Great running Nic.
Here are the rest of the BRR results:
Antony Boardman: 38.38
Andy Vosper: 40.58
Helen Stephenson: 41.15 (PB)
Francis Vosper: 41.46
Claire Barlow: 42.09 (PB)
Zoe MiRoro Z Buse: 44.01
Ian Ringer: 45.21
Kerrie Parker: 45.23
Sophy Sophie Clinton: 48.13
Nichola Sinclair: 48.13
Lesley Taphouse: 50.22 (PB)
Sabrina Hicks: 50.59
Craig Welch: 52.15 (PB)
Jules Atherton: 53.59
Karen Sully: 54.04
A great list of runs; heroes all.
September has been a mad month of racing – every weekend if you were inclined. October is quieter, so time to build up the milage for the Cornish Marathon.
Well done🤩 all. Here is a link to the results :
Race Report by Ian Ringer
It was the inaugural Purple Geko event too yesterday. This is the route from Padstow to Fowey, followed by Christian monks and saints. Its 28ish miles and takes in the sights of St. Breock Downs, Helman Tor and the depths of Golant. As with all ultras, its not for the faint hearted.
There were 153 finishers with Ollie Jones from ECH and Vicki Burden finishing first in 4.10.
Martin Pipet: 5.51
Helen Stevenson in her first ultra all finished in 6.30.
Zoe MiRoro Z Bude finished and refreshed immediately with a pint of Ratler in 6.32
And finally; Daron Walker, who also has never run that distance came in in 7.08.
Well done all.
PS. It was exhausting watching!
Race Report by Ian Ringer
Race Report by Ian Ringer 23.9.19
Sorry about the delay peeps – busy day yesterday at the Saint’s Way Race (supporting, not running!)
The LANHYDROCK 10 lived up to it’s reputation for toughness – mucho gradients, sweat, puffing and a few tears (mine). But fortunately, no blood.
Although it was warm, the drizzle helped and, after a bit of worry about heavy rain, it turned out nice again.
With the stars of the Saint’s Way running the next day, and marathons coming up thee was a diminished turn-out. Even so we had 13 runners, including Lesley Taphouse and John Stedman who were the tail runners. They looked after the final competitors of the 196 who took part and came in at 2.27.
Dashing Damian Philp was first home for BRR in the great time of 1.19.37 in 33rd position. Well done Damian.
First lady home for us was Gail Hartill. Gail was third in her age group and came in in 1.24.51.
Not far behind Gail was Antony Boardman, now firmly established in the BRR male team. Antony finished in 1.27.51
Jane Stedman, as a little warm-up for the Saint’s Way on Sunday: 1.39.31
Calvin Mudd, not dog assisted, came home in a very respectable 1.41.19
A rising star for BRR is Julie Oxenham. Julie is going from strength to strength. She finished in 1.41.56. Well done Julie
No PB for Claire Barlow this time, but a good time anyway: 1.43.01
Next in was Colin O’Donnell. He finished in 1.45.20 and not far behind was John Tilley finishing in 1.48.20.
Another person whose times will improve in the coming months is Katrina Verran. Her time was 1.50.08.
Ian Ringer shuffled home in 1.53.08.
So, a very successful day, followed by the MTRS presentations, and home to beer and bed.
Here are the full results: