Results for January to June 2019

  • Veterans AC 5M Road Race and Race Walk, 16 April 2019, Battersea Park 19-04-19 
  • Veterans AC, Surrey, Herts and Middlesex 10k Track Championships, Battersea Park, London SW11 10 April 2019 15-04-19 
  • World Masters Athletics Championships Indoors, Torun, Poland, 24-30 March 2019 4-04-19 
  • BMAF Indoor Track & Field Championships, Lee Valley 9 & 10 March 2019 15-03-19 
  • Cecil Gittins Memorial Walks, Cyclopark, Gravesend, 9 March 2019 14-03-19 
  • East Surrey League Cross Country, Lloyd Park, 2 March 2019 3-03-19  
  • Marshes parkrun, 16 February 2019 24-03-19 
  • VAC Indoor Track and Field Championships. Lee Valley,  17 February 2019 23-02-19 
  • Southern Counties Veterans AC Indoor Champs (incorporating VAC Championships 3k walk), Lee Valley 10 February 2019 6-03-19 
  • Men’s Surrey League Cross Country, Lloyd Park, 9 February 2019 14-02-19 
  • VAC Cross Country Championships and Masters Open race, Wimbledon Common 19 January 2019 28-01-19 
  • Men’s Surrey League Cross Country, Oxshott Woods, 12 January 2019 20-01-19 

Veterans AC 5M Road Race and Race Walk, 16 April 2019, Battersea Park


The start

 
Stuart Beaney, 1st man                                   
Sue McDonald, 1st woman

 
Bob Bradbury, top ranked M65                                     
Penny Elliott, top ranked W75

 
William Fordham                                                 
Melanie Peddle, Stefano Zennaro

Above photos from Cliff Hide. Cliff has more photos and is happy to supply J-Peg copies to competitors. Email him at cliffhide10@aol.com

5M Road Race
Race Position Time Name Age Group Age Gp Pos VAC, BMAF or Guest First Claim Club
1 27:10 Stuart Beaney M45 1 VAC Kent AC
2 27:28 Robin Jones M45 2 VAC Herne Hill Harriers
3 27:59 Simon Thompson M35 1 VAC Herne Hill Harriers
4 28:02 Tony Tuohy M55 1 VAC Dulwich Runners AC
5 28:31 Jonathon Ratcliffe M50 1 SCVAC Herne Hill Harriers
6 28:42 Terry Booth M50 2 VAC Guildford & Godalming AC
7 28:56 David Williamson M50 3 Guest Tadworth AC
8 29:31 Bob Bradbury M65 1 SCVAC Woking AC
9 30:42 Mark Jefford M50 4 VAC London Heathside
10 30:45 Sue McDonald W50 1 VAC South London Harriers
11 31:55 Melissah Gibson W35 1 Guest Ealing Eagles
12 32:40 Simon Reid M40 1 OPEN City of Sheffield & Dearne AC
13 32:45 Kay Trinder W50 2 WMA Woking AC
14 32:53 Terry O'Neill M65 2 VAC Belgrave Harriers
15 33:53 Tom Cheetham M50 5 VAC Hercules Wimbledon
16 34:45 Richard Pitt M65 3 VAC Thames Hare & Hounds
17 35:15 Dennis Gorman M40 2 NIMAA London Frontrunners
18 37:02 Liam O'Hare M70 1 VAC Barnet & District AC
19 37:27 Patricia Thomas W50 3 VAC Ealing Southall & Middlesex
20 37:35 Soraya Bux W40 1 VAC Handy Cross Runners
21 40:26 David Hallson M65 4 Guest Road Runners Club
22 40:29 William Fordham M65 5 VAC Veterans AC
23 40:32 Marion Rayner W65 1 VAC West 4 Harriers
24 40:33 Sarah Allen W55 1 VAC Herne Hill Harriers
25 41:02 Piers Keenleyside M60 1 Guest Ealing Eagles
26 42:13 Wayne Gibson M55 2 Guest Unattached
27 43:22 Dan Maskell M70 2 VAC Veterans AC
28 43:24 Doug Milsom M75 1 VAC Hillingdon AC
29 43:31 Penny Elliott W75 1 VAC Waverley Harriers
30 45:53 John Grigg M65 6 VAC Fulham Running Club
31 46:24 Maurice Marchant M70 3 VAC Tonbridge AC
32 47:50 Alan Davidson M70 4 VAC Liss Runners
33 49:55 Joe Aspinall M80 1 VAC Veterans AC
34 52:53 Jennifer Gibson W55 2 Guest Unattached
35 55:11 Ed Bartlett M70 5 VAC Veterans AC
36 56:05 Richard Pitcairn-Knowles M85 1 VAC Sevenoaks AC
37 59:54 Brennie Gabbidon W40 2 VAC Ilford AC

 

Race Walk
Category B
Race Permit No: RWA9041-1

1 David Annetts M50 (N Herts RR)                38:47
2 Melanie Peddle W50 (G) (EMAC/Loughton)   48:33
3 Stefano Zennaro M45 (G) (Belgrave)           48:34
4 Maureen Noel W55 (Belgrave)                    51:50
5 Tom Casserley M80 (Enfield)                      55:47
6 Shaun Lightman M75 (Surrey WC)              56:47
7 Paul King M65 (Belgrave)                            57:44
8 Mick Harran M80 (Surrey WC)                     58:20
9 David Hoben M65 (Surrey WC)                    58:23

DNS Peter Hannell M75 (Surrey WC)

The fist fixture of the season had a reasonable start in higher temperatures than of late on a slightly humid overcast evening.

Dave Annetts from N Herts RR achieved another good win with a new pb in the times we have come to expect from him, and Melanie Peddle, Loughton AC continued her good form to win for the ladies in only a second outside her pb.

Belgrave’s Stefano Zennaro who was the newest walker on the start line also achieved a new pb with plenty to look forward to in the future.

The remainder of the field achieved reasonable times on the new course of three and a half laps of the Carriage Drives, which appeared to have been well accepted.

Officials:
Clerk of Course: Dennis Williams
Starter: Dennis Williams
Timekeepers: David Harris, Cate Berry
Recorders: Carl Lawton, Tom Richards, Ian Isherwood
Walk Judge: John Hall
Entries: David Hoben, Maggie Statham, Cate Berry
Marshals: Martin Berry, Mike Mann
Drinks station: Maggie Statham
Results: David Hoben, Maggie Statham, Cate Berry
Photography: Cliff Hide
First Aid: Alison Jones


Veterans AC, Surrey, Herts and Middlesex 10k Track Championships, Battersea Park, London SW11 10 April 2019
 
RWA Permit No RWA9042-1 Category A


The start

 
Maddy Shott and David Annetts
 Mick Harran

Above photos from Cliff Hide. Cliff has more photos and is happy to supply J-Peg copies to competitors. Email him at cliffhide10@aol.com  .

The annual VAC and Counties championships took place in good racing conditions on a cold and breezy bright evening.
Dave Annetts from N Herts RR had an excellent win and also won the Herts champs for the second time.
Belgrave's Maddy Shott had another convincing ladies' win to add to her growing list; also going under the hour was Steve Allen of Barnet now resident in Spain, and Malcolm Martin from SWC who was new to this meeting.
 
Results
1 David Annetts (N Herts RR) M50 [1] 48:54.7 Herts
2 Maddy Shott (Belgrave) (G) SW 49:53.9 Surrey
3 Steve Allen (Barnet/EMAC) (G) M60 59:15.2 Herts
4 Malcolm Martin (Surrey WC/SCVAC) G M60 59:27.6 N/A
5 Maureen Noel (Belgrave) W55 [1] 1:05:40.0 Middx
6 David Bowker (Fairlands Valley/EMAC) G M60 1:12:55.6 Herts +60secs
7 Mick Harran (SWC) M80 [1] 1:13:43.1 Surrey
8 Angela Martin (Surrey WC) (G) W50 1:19:13.8 N/A
DNF Peter Hannell (Surrey WC) M75
 
 
Championship results in square brackets
County championships:
 
Herts:
Men:
D Annetts, S Allen, D Bowker
 
Middlesex
Women:
M Noel
 
Surrey
Women:
M Shott
 
Men:
M Harran
 
Acknowledgements:
Starter: Maurice Joyce
Judges: Andrew Clough (Chief), John Hall
Timekeepers: David Harris, Don Turner
Recorders: Ros Tabor, Carl Lawton, Michael Johnson, Cliff Hide, Tom Richards, Dave Hoben, Dennis Williams, Ian Isherwood, Anne Lippitt, Martin Lippitt


World Masters Athletics Championships Indoors, Torun, Poland, 24-30 March 2019


Richard Pitcairn-Knowles (1 m85) and Pam Jones (2 w80) finish at cross country
Clare Elms (1 w55, first of 4 golds and a silver), Sue McDonald (2 w50) at cross country) 
Aaron Brown wins at m35 800m

On left Paul Cheetham and Simon Baines, part of winning m45 half marathon team
Zoe Doyle wins at w40 1500m, her second gold

Nearly 60 VAC members entered the championships held in Torun as part of the Great Britain and Northern Ireland team. Track races were held at the very well-appointed arena, used for an indoor grand prix meet each year and about 2k from the Unesco world heritage-recognised walled old town centre. Races were able to be well supported by spectating athletes and were very entertaining, featuring world-class performances and a few tumbles and disqualifications. Jumps were mainly in the arena, with field events held at an adjacent outdoor track and throwing hall. A few VAC members ran Torun Parkrun on the first or 2nd Saturday, on a forest trail in the eastern outskirts.

Day 1 (sun 24) saw the 3,000m finals, where VAC members Ros Tabor (w65), Clare Elms (w55) and Zoe Doyle (w40) won golds.

Day 2 featured cross country over a tricky 2k circuit (3 laps for over 70’s, 4 for the rest) with several short hills and turns in a sandy pine wood next to the track. An early winner was Richard Pitcairn-Knowles (m85), and later races featured wins by Ben Reynolds (m55) and Clare Elms. Michael Johnson (m75), Sue McDonald (w50), Lucy Woolhouse and Clare Elms (w55) were in winning GB age-group teams. Meanwhile, Ian Richards was winning the M70 3k indoor track walk with a world record.

Day 3 featured 400m finals, day 4 the 60m’s, where Allan Long won the m75’s race, and a road 10k. Aaron Brown won at m35 800m on day 5. Finals for 60m hurdles and 200m plus 10k road walks were on day 6.

Day 7 started with a half marathon, out and back initially on a dual carriageway but later featuring a road and cycle path through woods; Simon Baines and Paul Cheetham were in the winning GB team in the m45 age group. Indoors, GB won 9 of the 1500m races, including Clare Elms’ 4th w45 gold of the championships and Zoe Doyle’s second w45 win. Sue Yeomans won the w65 pole vault. 4x 200m relays and a handover to Edmonton, Canada for the worlds in 2021 completed the championships.

As well as the above gold medal performances, there were many good efforts by VAC members, often winning silver and bronze medals, including 3 individual silvers featuring two pb’s by Sue McDonald in outdoor distance events. The full championship results, including medal table with GB fourth, are available at https://wmaci2019.domtel-sport.pl

Future European and World masters championship latest details are on the BMAF website. VAC members have BMAF affiliation and are generally able to enter these championships.


BMAF Indoor Track & Field Championships, Lee Valley 9 & 10 March 2019

A large number of VAC members competed at these championships and we had many medallists, including lots of golds.
Particular highlights were Clare Elms W55 World Record in the 3000m (10:13.40), a race which also saw a M85 British Record (18:55.69) for Richard Pitcairn-Knowles. John Kirkham threw a British Record distance (5.24) in the M90 shotput.

Full results can be found on Power of 10 www.thepowerof10.info/results


Cecil Gittins Memorial Walks, Cyclopark, Gravesend, 9 March 2019

Veterans AC 2.5k/5k/10k/15k road race incorporating Enfield League

Permit No: RWA9024-1 Category B

 
George Wilkinson, 10k Winner
 Francisco Reis, 15k winner

 
Jacqueline Benson, Women's 10k winner
 Cath Duhig, Women's 15k winner

Veterans AC were pleased to host the fourth running of this event on a dedicated cycle circuit with many loops and gradients.

In all there were 34 paid entries with 28 on the line, a little down on 2018, with ages ranging from 13 to 80.

The conditions although bright, sunny and not too cold were hampered by unrelenting high winds on this very exposed course which was testing for athletes, officials and judges. Given the conditions the biggest success of the day was the ever-improving Jacqueline Benson (Ashford AC) who chopped 5 minutes off her 2018 time to win the ladies’ 10k in 1:00:07; it was also her first win.

George Wilkinson (EHAC) convincingly won the men’s 10k race in 50:58, with a margin of nearly 9 minutes ahead of the next walker, and added the win to his growing list of achievements.

The men’s 15k was won in 1:24:31 by SWC’s Francisco Reis with a commanding lead of nearly 13 minutes over the second finisher, Stuart Bennett.

For the ladies’ 15k only entry VAC were pleased to welcome Cath Duhig (Ryston Runners) who is normally resident in Spain and was in the UK on a flying visit, finishing in 1:45:00.

Centurions Stuart Bennett and Cath Duhig also competed at the busy veterans 3k indoor race at Lee Valley the next day.

The supporting races included the only other athlete to improve their 2018 time, Charlotte Wallis (AFD) in the 2.5k, where Jonny Ellerton (Blackheath) completed his furthest distance. Meanwhile in the ladies’ 5k race, won by Isabelle Bridge (Blackheath), it was also her club colleague Abi Smith’s first attempt at that distance.

Other first timers were Belgrave’s Stefano Zennaro with his first 10k in 1:03:23; going under the hour is now a very real prospect, while Centurion aspirant Don Arthurs (Ashford) finished in his first road race in the sport over any distance with a baptism of fire in the 15k.

VAC are grateful to Ron Wallwork for allowing this race to be incorporated in the Enfield League series.

Thank you all for supporting the event whether as competitor, official or judge.

RESULTS
DNS Lois Carty U15W AFD
Chris Edwards M70 Surrey WC
Peter Hannell M75 Surrey WC
Helen Middleton W55 Ashford
Kathy Crilley W70 Surrey WC
Arthur Thomson M80 Enfield & Haringey
2.5k
F
1 Charlotte Wallis U15G AFD 14:58
M
1 Jonathan Ellerton U15B Blackheath & Bromley H 18:40
5km
F
1 Isabelle Bridge U20W Blackheath & Bromley H 29:04
2 Grace Whittingham U20W Ashford 29:09
3 Abigail Smith U15G Blackheath & Bromley H 30:14
M
1 Ron Penfold M75 Steyning 34:12
2 Tony Wilkinson M55 Unattached 35:13
3 Gary Smith M60 Enfield & Haringey 38:52
John Hall M70 Belgrave H DNF
10km
F
1 Jacqueline Benson U20W Ashford 1:00:07
2 Maureen Noel W55 Belgrave H 1:06:43
3 Lesley Hall W60 Ashford 1:08:24
4 Anne Jones W60 Steyning 1:11:04
M
1 George Wilkinson U20M Enfield & Haringey 50:58
2 Trevor Jones M60 Steyning 59:51
3 Stefano Zennaro M45 Belgrave H 1:00:48
4 Steve Kemp M55 EMAC 1:03:03
5 Chris Hobbs M60 Ashford 1:06:19
6 Tom Casserley M80 Enfield & Haringey 1:11:39
7 Malcolm Blackwood M65 Trent Park 1:12:26
8 Mick Harran M80 Surrey WC 1:15:24
9 David Hoben M65 Surrey WC 1:15:37
Andy Cox M65 Hillingdon DNF
15km
F
1 Cath Duhig W60 Ryston Runners 1:45:00
M
1 Francisco Reis M55 Surrey WC 1:24:31
2 Stuart Bennett M60 Ilford 1:37:33
3 Chris Flint M70 Surrey WC 1:48:24
4 Don Arthurs M55 Ashford 1:55:08
Mick Harran M80 Surrey WC DNF
Acknowledgements
Judges: Pauline Wilson (chief), Peter Cassidy, Shaun Lightman, Steve Cartwright
Starter: Dave Stevens
Time keeping: Peter Hannell/Maggie Statham
Lap recording: Pam Ficken/Carl Lawton
Hospitality: Cyclopark, Gravesend
First Aid: Medical Despatch


 East Surrey League Cross Country, Lloyd Park, 2 March 2019 


Dan Maskell, Paddy Clark, Ian Strong, Lucy Woolhouse

Four VAC members formed a team for the second match of the East Surrey League on a firm 5 mile course in Lloyd Park. Lucy Woolhouse led the team home in an excellent time of 35:16. She was the first, and only, woman in the race. The other eligible women had run for their clubs in the earlier Surrey League races at the same venue. The results and team scores are here.


VAC Indoor Track and Field Championships.Lee Valley, 17 February 2019


Start of the 3,000m, VAC runners Ian Johnston (146), Bryan Camfield (134), Matthew Preston (120), Tony Tuohy (182)


Andy Del Nevo, M50 Pole Vault

 
Joan Trimble, W60 200m  Richard Weekes, M50 200m

 
Ed Connolly, M65 800m
 Trevor Solomon, M65 800m

 
Nikki Sturzaker (301), Lisa Webb (315), 1500m
 Jo Flowers, W50 400m
Above photos from Cliff Hide. Cliff has more photos and is happy to supply J-Peg copies to competitors. Email him at cliffhide10@aol.com  .

VAC held its indoor track and field championships in conjunction with EMAC. This meant a better number of entries, but still most events, apart from sprints, were made up of athletes from more than 1 age group. Runners do not have any age-identification so it can be hard to know who is in which age group. Some events also mixed male and female athletes. This meant there was usually good competition. About 60 VAC members took part in the championships, many of whom took part in more than 1 event.

Full results are available here and also on:  www.thepowerof10.info/results and  www.bmaf.org.uk


Hackney Marshes parkrun, 16 February 2019


Caption: Richard Pitcairn-Knowles and Mark Jefford

Hackney Marshes was the venue for the VAC parkrun get-together but fixture clashes meant that the regular VAC parkrun tourists could not attend. Mark Jefford and Richard Pitcairn-Knowles competed for VAC, supported by Road Running Secretary, Dennis Williams. The course is noted for quick times and both runners posted their fastest parkrun times of the year.

Results:
35th Mark Jefford, 19:19, 1st M50, 78.26%.
322nd Richard Pitcairn-Knowles, 32:16, 1st M85, 78.05%

359 Finishers


Southern Counties Veterans AC Indoor Championships (incorporating VAC Championships 3k walk), Lee Valley 10 February 2019 

3k indoor track

Women
1 [1] Penelope Cummings Herne Hill W40 17:05.08

Men
1 [1] Arthur Thomson Enfield and Haringey AC M80 21:01.45
DNF John Hall Belgrave M70
DNS Glen Keegan Herne Hill M55

Square brackets denote position in combined race

Both Penelope Cummings and Arthur Thomson achieved championship best performance.


Men’s Surrey League Cross Country, Lloyd Park, 9 February 2019 


Most of the VAC team.  Barry Attwell  ,  Gary Budinger, Ian Strong,  Lloyd Bevan, Ian Kitching, Joe Aspinall (1732), Martin Garrett,  Andy Murray, Dan Maskell, Tony Harran

 
Carey Gray, ran every match since 2011
Gary Budinger, ran in all four matches

 
Ian Kitching, top ranked M60
  Ian Strong

 
Dan Maskell, followed by Martin Garrett
  Dan Maskell, fell in the mud
Above photos from Cate Berry

Eleven VAC men lined up at Lloyd Park for the final match of the series. The rain held off but the course was tough, featuring the usual long muddy stretches and slippery hills. Barry Attwell led the team home and was the first M60 in the combined Division 3/4 race. He was followed by Ian Kitching, the first M65 and winner of the overall M60 trophy. Next was Carey Gray who extended his attendance to seven complete seasons without missing a match. His times have been remarkably consistent too. Gary Budinger also competed in every match this season. The remaining VAC runners dug deep and held their places. Unluckily, Dan Maskell tripped and fell full-length on the second lap but finished strongly and undeterred, covered in mud.

Despite having a full team, VAC finished 11th out of the 12 teams in the Division. This position was also our overall standing after the four matches.

Thanks go to Paddy Clark, the VAC team manager, for his organisation and encouragement as well as being a reliable marshal at each race.

VAC Placings, Division Four, Lloyd Park
Pos. Time Name Age Group
54 36:31 Barry Attwell M60
66 37:20 Ian Kitching M65
69 37:36 Carey Gray M55
85 39:07 Tony Harran M55
104 40:47 Lloyd Bevan M55
109 41:18 Gary Budinger M55
129 45:11 Andy Murray M65
134 46:48 Dan Maskell M70
137 48:19 Martin Garrett M65
139 50:59 Ian Strong M55
141 64:42 Joe Aspinall M80
142 finishers (285 in combined race)
Division Four Team Results at Lloyd Park Overall Pos.
4 matches
1 Sutton Runners 311 1
2 Tri Surrey 339 5
3 Elmbridge 340 3
4 Tadworth AC 367 2
5 Lingfield Runners 370 4
6 Windrush 512 6
7 Horley Harriers 726 7
8 British Airways 742 9
9 Holland Sports AC 754.5 8
10 Barnes Runners 850.5 10
11 VAC 859 11
12 Epsom Oddballs 1089 12

Full results of the Division 3/4 match and team placings are here.


VAC Cross Country Championships and Masters Open race, Wimbledon Common 19 January 2019 


The start. Winner, Richard McDowell (127) and 2nd placed, Paul Cheetham (149), to the fore


Richard Pitcairn-Knowles, Ann Bath, John Carter, Dan Maskell and Maurice Marchant

 
Richard McDowell, men's Champion
  Sue McDonald, women's Champion


Nikki Sturzaker, 2nd woman, and Andy Del Nevo


VAC President, Peter Torre, and Anna Garnier, W60 Champion

Above photos from Cliff Hide. Cliff has more photos and is happy to supply J-Peg copies to runners. Email him at cliffhide10@aol.com.

Fifty nine VAC members and guests competed on Wimbledon Common on a cold, overcast, afternoon. Earlier in the day, marking the course had been thwarted by tree felling alongside the Beverley Brook forcing the closure of the track and a rerouting of the course into the playing fields on the other side of the brook. The new route probably added a couple of hundred metres to the 7.5km (around 4.5 miles) course, but some said that the grassland was preferable to the alternative tree roots and mud.

Richard McDowell (M35) held off the persistent challenge of Paul Cheetham (M45) to become the Men’s Champion by a margin of 13 seconds. Robin Jones (M45) was less than 30 seconds behind in third, followed by the M55 Guest Gold medallist, Robert McHarg from SCVAC. Other Gold medallists were Dan Hallam (M40), Terry Booth (M50), Mark Tennyson (VAC M55), Steve Smythe (M60), Gerry Smith (M65), Peter Giles (M70), Doug Milsom (M75), Joe Aspinall (M80) and Richard Pitcairn-Knowles (M85).

Sue McDonald was the Women’s Champion and W50 Gold medallist in a very fast time of 30:14. Nikki Sturzaker (W45 Gold) was thirty seconds behind, followed by Lucy Woolhouse (W55 Gold). Other Gold medallists were Sue Belcher (W40), Anna Garnier (W60), Margaret Moody (W65) and Lesley Bowcott (W70).

Times were not counted for course records because of the course diversion, which is disappointing for Joe Aspinall and Sue McDonald whose times would have set new VAC M80 and W50 course records.

Race results are here.

Race results, age category positions and medallists are here.


Men’s Surrey League Cross Country, Oxshott Woods, 12 January 2019 


Most of the VAC team.  Barry Attwell  ,  Ian Strong, Dan Maskell, Lloyd Bevan,  Gary Budinger, Carey Gray, Vic Maughn, Andy Murray, Richard Batchelor,  Alan Lane, Paddy Clark


Edward Lambert, first VAC


Richard Batchelor (1702)

 
Carey Gray
  Dan Maskell


Lloyd Bevan

Above photos from Martin Berry

The third match of the Men's Surrey League took place on a tough course in Oxshott Woods with three repetitions of a steep hill which was long enough to hurt each time. Some regular runners were absent but newcomers scored well to give VAC a respectable presence. Twelve men started but bad luck and wise decisions made a final tally of eight finishers. First home for VAC was newcomer, Edward Lambert, followed by Richard Batchelor, both well up in the field.  Regulars, Carey Gray and Gary Budinger were next, closely followed by Lloyd Bevan, making his VAC Surrey League debut. Dan Maskell, usually seen race-walking, made a welcome return to the team. Ian Strong brought VAC home with his usual determination and great enthusiasm.

VAC's team were 11th out of the 12 clubs in Division 4. Overall, after three matches, we are also in 11th position. To move up the table, we need a good turnout at Lloyd Park, Croydon, on 9 February. 

VAC Placings, Division Four, Oxshott Woods

Pos. Time Name Age Group
23 34:00 Edward Lambert M40
35 35:45 Richard Batchelor M40
92 40:28 Carey Gray M55
135 44:13 Gary Budinger M55
137 44:17 Lloyd Bevan M55
154 47:20 Andy Murray M65
160 49:08 Dan Maskell M70
163 52:24 Ian Strong M55
DNF Vic Maughn M55
DNF Barry Attwell M60
DNF Peter Giles M70
DNF Alan lane M80
164 finishers (328 in combined race)
Division Four Team Results at Oxshott Woods Overall Pos.
3 matches
1 Sutton Runners 302 1
2 Elmbridge 356 3
3 Windrush 377 7
4 Lingfield Runners 452 4
5 Tadworth AC 479 2
6 Horley Harriers 594 6
7 Tri Surrey 614 5
8 Barnes Runners 658 9
9 Holland Sports AC 688 8
10 British Airways 749 10
11 VAC 902 11
12 Epsom Oddballs 1089 12


Full results of the Division 3/4 match and team placings are here.