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Mens June 2017 Race Report

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June 2017

Dartmoor Discovery 32 miles Ultra (3rd June)

Thanks go to Graham for submitting this race report: "My first Dartmoor Discovery and not my last. Fantastic but stupidly hilly route and very well organised, besides the torrential rain greeting me for the final 6.5 miles

The race starts in Princetown, and follows a route passing through Dartmeet, Poundsgate, Newbridge, Ashburton, Buckland in the Moor, Widecombe in the Moor, and Postbridge, before making its way back to finish in Princetown.

You experience everything Dartmoor can offer, from stunning views, beautiful scenery, wild ponies and unpredictable weather. The course is not easy, it's a great way to test you both mentally and physically!"

 

Graham Malt 4:49:56

 

Poole 10k (4th June) - 1106 finishers

A fairly warm day (as usual) for this race, I think the earlier start this year probably was a good thing so we avoided the heat of the afternoon! Another good Harrier turnout at this local race. Welll done all.

Position Firstname Lastname Category Cat Pos Chip Time  
4 Craig Palmer Senior Male 4 0:33:08  
61 Stephen Williams Senior Male 33 0:39:12  
87 Scott Blakeway Senior Male 45 0:40:28  
91 Anthony Robins M40-49 28 0:40:51  
115 Daniel Barraclough M40-49 32 0:41:45 PB
168 David Russell M50-59 24 0:43:44  
171 Ryan Ford Senior Male 80 0:43:52  
195 Patrick Bailey Senior Male 95 0:44:27  
207 John Scott M50-59 26 0:44:50  
208 Chris Jones Senior Male 100 0:44:53  
216 Steve Amey M40-49 55 0:45:09  
278 Mike Kibble M50-59 43 0:46:39  
287 Charlie Wall Senior Male 121 0:46:14  
422 Chris Lane M60-69 12 0:50:07  
451 Mike Terry M60-69 13 0:50:47  
577 Marcus Ventham Senior Male 189 0:53:55  
587 Stuart Smith M50-59 82 0:53:56  
651 Guy Burdett Senior Male 205 0:56:16  
868 James Davies Senior Male 228 1:02:50  
900 Matthew Perry M40-49 174 1:04:08  
972 John Lomax M50-59 110 1:07:00  

 

Puddletown Plod Half Marathon (11th June)

Thanks again to Graham for submitting the race report: "The ‘Plod’ is part of our CC and part of the DRRL. This is a lovely one lap race (out and back with an 8 mile loop), undulating in parts (not enough undulating in my opinion!) and of course the great selection of cakes afterwards. Well done for those who achieved a PB"

 

1:25:34   David Parker
1:26:39   Andy Mercer PB
1:27:46   Mark Parker
1:32:30   Graham Malt
1:34:27   Paul Turle
1:36:18   Dan Barraclough PB
1:36:43   Darren Holmes PB
1:38:43   Glenn Batt
1:43:59   Steve O’Connell
1:46:33   Greg Bemment
1:52 20   Anthony Clewes
1:52:20   Mike Collins
1:54:41   Scott Dutton
2:03:46   Mike Terry
2:06:23   Guy Burdett
2:19:20   Ade Holloway

 

Hampshire Hoppit Trail Marathon (18th June)

Thanks to Graham for submitting this race report: "The Hampshire Hoppit marathon includes local sections of famous long distance footpaths, the Wayfarers Walk being one. This was a single-lap course that started and ended at Kingsclere on the Hampshire/Berkshire border, reaching some of the highest points in Hampshire with views across the county. There was occasional quiet road sections / road crossings. It was extremely hot with a very nasty Hill to start."

 

Graham Malt 3:52:58 2nd in Age Cat

 

Purbeck 10k (23rd June)

A huge Harrier turnout for this popular race - and 2 Harriers in the top 4 finishers!! Wow. A tough undulating course, but lovely for us all to be able to cheer our fellow Harriers as it's an out and back course. Almost as impressive was the Harrier turnout at the pub afterwards - a Harriers pub takeover!!!

Pos Name Chip Time Category Cat Pos  
3 Craig Palmer 00:35:02 Top3 3  
4 Matt Brown 00:35:05 Sen M 1  PB
29 David Parker 00:38:27 V50 2  
33 Mark Goodwin 00:38:34 V40 12  
39 Mark Packer 00:38:44 V40 14  
44 Joseph Sherwood 00:38:51 U21 5  
47 Andy Mercer 00:39:09 V40 19  
59 Luke Dowsett 00:40:14 U21 6  
61 Scott Blakeway 00:40:21 Sen M 20  
65 Stephen Williams 00:40:39 Sen M 22  
67 Greg Hawkins 00:40:43 V40 25  
81 Patrick Bailey 00:42:35 Sen M 25  
85 Jonathan Woods 00:42:52 V40 30  
99 Stuart Stone 00:43:14 V40 37  
101 Darren Holmes 00:43:06 V40 38  
106 Paul Turle 00:43:45 V50 12  
108 Mark Everett 00:43:53 Sen M 32  
118 Nicholas Marshall 00:44:37 Sen M 35  
124 Steve O'Connell 00:44:53 V40 43  
136 Ryan Ford 00:45:41 Sen M 43  
140 Greg Bemment 00:45:51 V60 6  
144 Michael Neal 00:46:18 V50 24  
159 Charlie Wall 00:47:14 Sen M 48  
171 Mike Kibble 00:48:03 V50 28  
190 Anthony Clewes 00:48:46 V40 56  
196 Scott Dutton 00:49:06 V40 58  
223 Martin Lucas 00:50:06 V50 34  
251 Roy Tubman 00:51:26 Sen M 59  
266 Mike Terry 00:52:02 V60 16  
272 Rob Rolph 00:52:31 V40 71  
273 Barry Telling 00:52:45 V50 39  
306 Guy Burdett 00:54:45 Sen M 62  
353 John Jones 00:58:24 V50 50  
363 Ian Gregory 00:59:14 V40 77  
372 James Davies 00:59:44 Sen M 66  
432 David Stokes 01:05:58 V50 55  

 

Giants Head Marathon and Sydling Hill Race (24th June)

Thanks again to Graham for submitting this race report: "Officially the best Marathon in the UK voted by Runnersworld Magazine 2014 saw a good turn out by the Harriers. The fifth running of the Giants Head Marathon in the beautiful village of Sydling St.Nicholas is a very, very challenging, hilly but beautiful course running through the Sydling and Cerne valleys running around and under the famous Cerne Giant. There was a beer tent, camping and a Hog Roast and an after party barn dance, AND not forgetting the famous but rather large ice creams. The next day there is a 7k and 3k bell race open to all ages"

 

Marathon
3:58:13   Graham Malt
4:14:03   Mark Parker
5:05:45   Glenn Batt
6:21:47   Greg Hawkins (Vicky's pace)
6:58:49   Paul Lewry
7:50:12   James Davies
 
Sydling Hill Race
1:01:45   Martin Hart
1:32:05   Martine White

 

Upcoming races:

  • New Forest 10 mile - 9th July
  • Tarrant Valley 10k off-road (CC) - 16th July
  • Sturminster Newton Half Marathon - 6th August
  • Round The Rock 10k (DRRL) - 13th August
  • Lulworth Castle 10k (CC) - 20th August

 

As always, if I have missed you from the results (or made any errors!), or you have done any other races or PBs not reported on please let me know. Also feel free to submit any race reports to be published in next months report.

Race hard guys!

Steve

(Littledown Harriers - Men's Captain)

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