Race Report April to June 2022

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MoW COP KILLER MILE

12th May 2022

Part of the Harriers Challenge

Pos
Name
Time
Category
Cat Pos
47
Jake Oliver
10:33
MSEN
22
52
Jason Littlewood
10:42
MSEN
24
60
Pete Chell
11:38
M50
4
63
Antonio Treglia
12:02
M40
16
66
Mark Oliver
12:06
M50
5
68
Richard Booth
12:11
M40
18
82
Mel Deakin
13:06
F50
2
84
Amy Oliver
13:08
FSEN
8
85
Paul Bentham
13:11
M50
10
92
Ruth Edwards
14:00
F60
3
93
Joanne Oliver
14:00
F50
4
106
Valerie Stuart
19:43
F70
1

 

clayton 10k

11th May 2022

Part of the Harriers Challenge

Pos
Name
Gender Pos
AG
AG Pos
NSRRA
Chip
7
Mark Silvester
7th
M Sen
4th
B
37:44
9
John Grigg
9th
M Sen
6th
 
37:55
20
Christopher Seale
19th
M Sen
13th
 
40:04
25
Liam Duggan
24th
M Sen
14th
 
40:23
26
John Scott
25th
M50
3rd
 
40:35
53
Jake Oliver
49th
M Sen
29th
 
43:59
56
Peter Chell
51st
M50
8th
 
44:22
69
Antonio Treglia
62nd
M40
10th
 
45:05
127
Alan Jones
107th
M55
8th
 
50:49
128
Sally Haycock
21st
F45
4th
 
50:50
131
Melonie Deakin
23rd
F50
3rd
M
51:26
165
Joanne Oliver
38th
F50
5th
 
55:29
174
Ruth Edwards
45th
F60
2nd
W
56:55
196
Suzanne Brotherhood
56th
F50
8th
 
1:01:57
203
Graham Williams
143rd
M75
2nd
G
1:03:44
226
Sarah Gray
76th
F60
4th
 
1:11:58

 

MARKET DRAYTON 10K

8th May 2022

Pos
Gender Pos
Name
Cat
CatPos
Time
81
76
Justin Green
M50
8
00:39:39
353
299
Alan Jones
M55
19
00:48:29
357
53
Chris Skellern
F55
3
00:48:31
437
70
Melonie Deakin
F50
10
00:50:23
458
375
Ian Williams
M50
61
00:50:50
541
430
Keith Wilson
M40
72
00:52:39
789
239
Elizabeth Stork
FS
47
00:57:48
1329
726
Simon Bromley
M45
114
01:11:26
1331
592
Sarah Bromley
F45
94
01:11:27
1441
684
Deborah Garcia
F50
104
01:19:39
1443
685
Sarah Gray
F60
44
01:19:40
1442
686
Jo Probyn
F45
117
01:19:40

 

LCP DK10K

4th May 2022

No Harriers took part in this event.

UTTOXETER HALF

1st May 2022

Pos
Name
Gender Pos
AG
AG Pos
Time
127
Chris Skellern
22nd
F55
2nd
01:50:31

 

Birmingham great runs

1st May 2022

10K Race

 

Position
Name
Time
PB
561
Jackie Allen
51:53
PB
327
Rosie Silvester
01:33:05
 
1395
Robert Mitchell
01:48:35
 
1605
Charlotte Mitchell
01:50:59
 
2112
Alan Jones
01:55:43
 
5456
Sarah Gray
02:57:11
 

 

 

SPring treble series

The results for the individual races are listed below. However, as a series, we had a number of prizes.

Age group winners

Age Group
Place
Runner
F45
1st place
Sally Haycock
F50
2nd place
Mel Deakin
F50
3rd place
Tracy Haycock
F55
2nd place
Chris Skellern
F60
2nd place
Ruth Edwards
M Sen
2nd place
Mark Silvester
M35
3rd place
Christopher Seale
M50
1st place
John Scott
M60
2nd place
Nitesh Thakrar

 

spring treble race 3 – barlaston downs

28th April 2022

Pos
Bib
Name
AG
Time
10.
471
Mark Silvester
MSen
34:22
12.
469
John Scott
M50
34:40
29.
470
Christopher Seale
M35
37:08
35.
6
Liam Duggan
M35
37:49
45.
403
Dan Findlay-Robinson
M40
40:19
49.
438
Jason Littlewood
MSen
40:36
53.
480
Nitesh Thakrar
M60
41:03
61.
483
Antonio Treglia
M40
42:30
67.
288
Richard Booth
M45
43:35
70.
473
Chris Skellern
F55
44:02
76.
363
Simon Bromley
M45
45:00
79.
420
Sally Haycock
F45
45:33
87.
386
Tom Davall
MSen
46:32
89.
391
Melonie Deakin
F50
47:10
104.
377
Peter Chell
M50
49:46
106.
398
Ruth Edwards
F60
50:14
108.
421
Tracy Haycock
F50
51:03
114.
356
Mark Bentley
M55
54:32
119.
365
Suzanne Brotherhood
F50
59:06
121.
413
Sarah Gray
F60
1:03:59

 

5KM  Time Trial

27th April 2022

The first of the summer Time Trials was back at Castlefields tonight! Thanks to those who helped out with the timing, recording of results and marshalling. Due to safety concerns of traffic, a new start and finish point were used which resulted in a slightly shorter course. — 4.59KM
 

First Name
Surname
J/S
27-Apr-22
Lucas
Willson
S
16:38
Phil
Hilsdon
S
17:08
Jack
Heath
S
17:16
Matthew
Hilsdon
S
17:23
Justin
Green
S
17:38
Jack
Dawson
J
19:47
Saffron
Latham
S
19:52
Ian
Hodkinson
S
20:20
David
Adams
S
20:35
Rob
Mitchell
S
20:44
Ben
Green
S
21:59
Charlotte
Mitchell
S
22:03
Mark
Willson
S
22:59
Ian
Heath
S
23:09
Amy
Oliver
S
24:03
John
Finney
S
25:15
Alex
Ward
S
25:50
Colin
Mitchell
S
27:02

spring treble race 2 – Kibblestone

21st April 2022

Pos
Bib
Name
AG
Time
7.
469
John Scott
M50
39:47
16.
269
Richard Crump
MSen
41:22
24.
471
Mark Silvester
MSen
42:39
27.
470
Christopher Seale
M35
43:38
51.
480
Nitesh Thakrar
M60
48:29
71.
420
Sally Haycock
F45
51:37
73.
377
Peter Chell
M50
51:58
74.
363
Simon Bromley
M45
52:39
83.
473
Chris Skellern
F55
54:23
92.
421
Tracy Haycock
F50
57:21
95.
391
Melonie Deakin
F50
58:09
99.
398
Ruth Edwards
F60
1:01:55
101.
386
Tom Davall
MSen
1:02:36
105.
356
Mark Bentley
M55
1:03:05
108.
272
Amy Oliver
FSen
1:05:31
111.
271
Joanne Oliver
F50
1:06:51
116.
365
Suzanne Brotherhood
F50
1:14:36

 

St Albans 10K

15th April 2022
Race report by Leon Stringer

Good Friday found me up at the crack of dawn and trundling down to M1 junction 9 for this race. Despite an 09:30 start, the weather was already on the warm side. This event was well attended and the start funnel and first few kilometres were narrow making it difficult to pass.

The route starts in Highfield Park, passes through woodland, briefly follows residential roads then heads out down Alban Way, a tarmacked disused railway line similar to Isabel Trail. You then turn right to run alongside the A414 dual carriageway where there was no hiding from the sun. Just past halfway you turn left back onto Alban Way for a long straight drag towards the finish. There are a few gentle inclines but it’s pretty flat.

635 took part.

Harriers:
174th Leon Stringer 00:45:41 (chip time)

Spring treble race1 – Hanchurch

14th April 2022

Pos
Bib
Name
AG
Time
8.
469
John Scott
M50
33:36
9.
471
Mark Silvester
MSen
34:01
25.
470
Christopher Seale
M35
36:10
38.
189
Jake Oliver
MSen
38:42
43.
498
Alex Langford
M35
39:48
49.
480
Nitesh Thakrar
M60
40:13
63.
483
Antonio Treglia
M40
42:07
70.
377
Peter Chell
M50
43:42
76.
473
Chris Skellern
F55
44:20
79.
363
Simon Bromley
M45
44:44
80.
420
Sally Haycock
F45
44:45
97.
391
Melonie Deakin
F50
49:11
100.
386
Tom Davall
MSen
49:55
101.
398
Ruth Edwards
F60
49:56
104.
421
Tracy Haycock
F50
50:08
110.
356
Mark Bentley
M55
51:48
116.
365
Suzanne Brotherhood
F50
59:36
118.
413
Sarah Gray
F60
1:03:51

Cannock Chase Running Festival

10th April 2022

5K race

No Harriers

10K Part of Harriers Challenge 2022

Pos
Name
Chip Time
Category
Cat Pos
Gender
Gender Pos
5
LIAM DUGGAN
00:41:59
V35
2
Male
5
16
ANTONIO TREGLIA
00:45:45
V40
3
Male
15
108
RUTH EDWARDS
00:57:48
V60
1
Female
29

Half Marathan

No Harriers

Eaton Mess 10k Saturday

9th April 2022

Through the picturesque lanes of Church Eaton.

 

Position
Name
Time
Gender Pos
Category
Cat Pos
PB
8
John Scott
39:32
8
Ages 50 – 59
2
PB
45
Sally Haycock
52:15
17
Ages 40 – 49
6
PB
47
Jackie Allen
52:50
18
Ages 40 – 49
7
 
60
Tracy Haycock
55:36
24
Ages 50 – 59
7
 

Manchester Marathon

3rd April 2022

 

Position
Name
Chiptime
Category
Category Position
13316
Charlotte Ward
05:42:10
FV40
655

 
Cathedral to Castle Run

10-mile multi-terrain

Sunday 3rd April 2022

Race Report Leon Stringer

It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking 08:30 for the start of this race which begins in Lichfield and finishes 10 miles away in Tamworth. The dashboard said -1.5°C requiring a decision on clothing warm enough to get through the freezing start but not regret wearing it an hour later.

The recommendation for transport is to park in Tamworth and take the coach – an optional £5.50 during race entry – to the start. I was lucky to get a lift with some other Harriers straight to Lichfield which meant an extra half hour in bed.

The route starts in Beacon Park and heads round the cathedral close before heading south-east. The route is mainly on country lanes with a few off-road sections. One of these takes you through the Whittington firing range with red signs warning you to stick to the path!

I’d been told this event was flat but wouldn’t agree. Notably, between miles 5 and 6 there’s a steady rise in woodland with a steep descent on the other side. After this, you cross the Coventry canal to join the towpath with the River Tame below on your left. From here you can see the tower blocks of Tamworth in the distance.

Emerging from a foot tunnel at around 8½ miles there were two marshals giving energetic support which was needed at that point. With a fairly twisty route, and with the need to have people at both start and finish locations a lot of marshals were needed. Thank you to all of them for turning out on a cold morning.

You enter the castle grounds and think you’re nearly done, but no! You exit the castle grounds cross the river and have a trek around the perimeter of the park before crossing the line. The consensus from people’s trackers was that the distance was slightly shy of the full 10 miles.

879 took part

1st M: Tom Chell (City Of Stoke A/C) 00:56:16

Harriers:

 

 

Position
Name
Time
Category
Cat Pos
Gender Pos
PB
1
Tom Chell
56:16
 
1
1
 
39
Adam Lightfoot
01:08:32
40-49
11
37
PB
81
Nitesh Thakrar
01:14:14
60
2
73
PB
82
Antonio Treglia
01:14:19
40-49
28
74
 
86
Leon Stringer
01:14:38
40-49
29
78
PB
214
Alan Jones
01:23:05
50-59
44
175
 
382
Marie Larivoire
01:31:58
 
 
 
 
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