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Road Running & Road Relays results & Information for 2017

 

2017 Parris Handicap 6-09-17

8 October 2017 - Chester Marathon 9-10-17
8 October 2017 - Petts Wood 10k 9-10-17
7 October 2017 - National Road Relays Sutton Coldfield 15-10-17
1 October 2017 - EMU - Unix - KAESER 24-48H Ultramarathon, Hungary 2-10-17

24 September 2017 - Berlin Marathon 27-09-17

24 September 2017 - SEAA Road Relays Crystal Palace 29-09-17

3 September 2017 - Northampton 1/2 Marathon BMAF Championships 5-09-17

6 August 2017 - Gloucester City Marathon  11-10-17

29 May 2017 - 2017 Vitality London 10,000  31-05-17

24 May 2017 - Beckenham RC Relays 25-05-17

21 May 2017 - Chislehurst Half-Marathon 22-05-17

1 May 2017 - Ted Pepper 10k - Norman Park 1-05-17

23 April 2017 - London Marathon and Mini-Marathon 23-04-17

9 April 2017 - BMAF 10km road Champs, Gravesend 9-04-17

9 April 2017 - Brighton Marathon 9-04-17

2 April 2017 - Paddock Wood Half Marathon 2-04-17

12 March 2017 - Lydd 20 14-03-17

 

 


8 October 2017 - Chester Marathon

 

 

Pos Gun time No. First name Last name Chip Time Chip Pos Gender Pos Category Pos
7 02:29:29 51 Peter Tucker 02:29:28 7 Male 7 MSEN 5
108 02:56:40 3112 Ben Cockburn 02:56:39 110 Male 100 MSEN 51
661 03:34:31 3108 William Brindley 03:33:50 669 Male 579 MV40 105

 

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8 October 2017 - Petts Wood 10k

 

Photos from Karen Desborough's brother-in-law...

 

 

 

Position

Race #

Name

Chip Time

Age Category

Team

15

38

Timothy Ayres

40:02:00

M 20 to 39

Blackheath and Bromley

20

373

Rod Harrington

40:51:00

M 50 to 59

Blackheath and Bromley

28

674

Robert Perry

41:21:00

MU20

Blackheath and Bromley

42

87

Ross Braden

42:12:00

M 20 to 39

Blackheath and Bromley

43

673

James Perry

42:25:00

M 20 to 39

Blackheath and Bromley

55

277

Steve Evenden

43:02:00

M 40 to 49

Blackheath and Bromley

65

468

Paul Kerekgyarto

43:37:00

M 40 to 49

Blackheath and Bromley

92

797

Adrian Stocks

45:17:00

M 40 to 49

Blackheath and Bromley

97

480

Marc Knowles

45:31:00

M 40 to 49

Blackheath and Bromley

99

672

Adrian Perry

45:40:00

M 50 to 59

Blackheath and Bromley

106

678

Chris Pike

46:04:00

M 60 and Over

Blackheath and Bromley

124

109

Robert Brown

46:52:00

M 60 and Over

Blackheath and Bromley

127

122

Nigel Bulmer

46:57:00

M 50 to 59

Blackheath and Bromley

158

755

Mike Simms

48:24:00

M 40 to 49

Blackheath and Bromley

177

498

John Leeson

49:22:00

M 50 to 59

Blackheath and Bromley

192

834

Jenny Tomei

49:54:00

F 20 to 34

Blackheath and Bromley

220

27

Luigi Arcuri

51:02:00

M 60 and Over

Blackheath and Bromley

272

5

Austin Adams

53:14:00

M 50 to 59

Blackheath and Bromley

301

170

Anne Cilia

54:12:00

F 55 and Over

Blackheath and Bromley

329

123

Scott Bulmer

55:08:00

MU20

Blackheath and Bromley

387

372

Isobel Harrington

57:12:00

F 45 to 54

Blackheath and Bromley

470

276

Anita Evenden

01:00:35

F 35 to 44

Blackheath and Bromley

476

474

Andrew Kingsmell

01:00:57

M 40 to 49

Blackheath and Bromley

489

17

Lindsay Alger

01:01:22

F 55 and Over

Blackheath and Bromley

530

531

Laura Makhoul

01:02:51

F 20 to 34

Blackheath and Bromley

 

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7 October 2017 - National Road Relays Sutton Coldfield

Well done to everybody that ran and came along to support the team in Birmingham this weekend at the National 6 stage road relay.

A mixed day, with team manager Ross Braden suffering from a tight calf and having to pull out on Thursday night and 4 of the team contracting the middle distance runners winter cold in varying degrees of severity there was a large case of man up on display.

The first inflicted on the start line for the opening leg was Phil Sesemann who himself had nearly had to withdraw. Team management are extremely grateful he didn't as Phil came storming home in first place by a pretty awesome margin considering the company he was in. Clocking 17:14 in what we believe to be the second fastest leg of the day behind current in form Welsh International Dewi Griffiths.

The next leg and unenviable task of taking over in first place was down to Danny Brewer who decided to assume Pete Tucker's role of giving the management a fair few nerves by turning up 10 minutes before his leg and having been sent home ill from work in the week got stuck in but with the illness getting the better of him and a queue or the countries best runners lining up behind him to add insult to injury came back in 21:02.

He handed over to one of the few not infected and having wished to have a few people to chase the young Will Fuller set about storming though the field whilst still making it look effortless to gain 20 places in a time of 17:59.

Next up in the young gun middle section was U20 Lewis Mills who put in a strong senior debut at national level with a 19:37 leg only dropping a few places to 37. Coming up the final hill with a great sprint finish. (Video available via TimAyershomevideos.com)

Mr Ruiz took over from here and despite a vest that was probably worn in the U13 boys race 8 years prior. Ran another good leg to overtake as many as overtook him keeping us in 37th in 19:49.

Last leg fell to team Uber driver Chris Tuck who was the Thursday night replacement for Ross after having a week off post Cardiff half. A few elbows on the start line with a Rossendale AC member who then subsequently beat him up the hill on the final straight loosing one position to finish in 38th.

Not quite the result we had hoped for but given the usual adversity that comes with these events it was great to see the team rally and finish higher up than the last 2 years and with an average age of 23 hopefully we can keep climbing the table.

Thanks to all those who made the effort to make themselves available and those who travelled up as reserves, supporters, camera crew.

Races come thick and fast over the next month with 2 Kent Leagues, southern and national XC relays and club races too.

Team management would like to thank everyone for their commitment thus far and hope to see as many of you turn out as possible for all the upcoming races. As always all abilities, fitness levels, ages, current states of recovery welcome and required.

See you at the cabbage patch.

Up the Heath !!
Ross, Chris and Dan


National Road Relays - Sutton Coldfield - Senior Ladies
The senior ladies very nearly had two teams. After managing 2 teams at Crystal Palace, things are looking promising for our future with more under 20's now being able to run as senior women and other faster women making themselves available.

Our A team come in a very credible 18th out of 86 teams.

Jo Hickmanne-Dunne led us off giving us a flying start in a very impressive time of 15.03, handing over to Niamh Bridson-Hubbard who kept the momentum going with a more than respectable 15.36. (Not bad for somebody feeling under par!). Niamh then passed to Amy Leach who put in a gutsy run, 17.04 despite also not feeling her best who then finally passed to Jessica Keene who kept the consistency going with a very impressive 15.24 to help us finish 18.

Our B team also had some excellent runs with Yasmin Austridge on our first leg, who also would have been just at home in our A team put in a very decent time of 16.33, who passed to Jenny Neal (me) who actually due to lack of fitness was only ever supposed to run as a reserve. However, I put myself out there and scraped by in 19.24. I then passed over to Jane Bradshaw who did herself proud and ran 17.52 for our last leg.

Well done ladies and thank you for giving your all.

Jenny Neal


On a lovely autumn day, Sutton Park, Birmingham again hosted the National road relay championships and once again BBHAC young athletes turned up in great numbers and were rewarded with some great team and individual results.

All age groups U13, U15 and U17 boys and girls, each complete a tough 3.8k lap in teams of three.

This year Blackheath and Bromley U15 girls went one better than last year’s silver, totally dominating their race from start to finish. Ava White led off in style recording the 3rd fastest time overall, handing over to Naomi Toft, running the 5th quickest leg and final passing to Morgan Squibb to bring the team home for a superb gold. A great team effort and a well deserved victory. The U15g B team also ran brilliantly and the trio of Annie Thomas, Ellie Dolby and Zakia Mossi were well worthy of a fantastic 6th place and 1st B team home, by a long way. The U15 girls are by far our largest group and we had 14 girls running, making up 4 full teams and one incomplete team.

BBHAC U17girls also combined well to secure a fabulous bronze after three very strong legs from Sophie Hoare on 1, Eloise O’Shaughnessy on 2 and Yasmin Marghini bringing the team home on 3rd leg.

The U13 boys had two complete teams and the A team ran superb legs culminating in a solid 10th place of the 67 complete teams racing. George Shaw, in his first National led off well handing to Ben Campbell who ran a strong leg and passed over to young Jamie Sears who powered his way around the undulating course crossing the line in 10th. The U13boys B team finished 51st and were all making their National road relay debuts and had Oliver Robertson on leg 1, young Oles Chaban on 2 and Jake Anthony on 3.

The U13 girls made up two complete teams and one incomplete team and recorded a 29th and 54th place finish.

The U17 boys and U15 boys teams both suffered time loss at the busy hand over points. A combination of muffled speakers and large numbers meant two of our boys missed their change over and were held back by officials who hadn't seen the incoming runner cross the line. A harsh learning experience but one they will learn from. However, the U17 had two good teams racing and Angus Harrington and Callum Myatt led both teams off (with Callum running quicker than his last year’s 'quick leg') passing on to Peter Guy and Charlie Andrews on leg 2,( Peter running one of the fastest leg 2 of the day). Matthew Francis ran a rapid leg and brought the A team home in a creditable 17th and Ben Gardiner had a strong run crossing the line for the B team in 35th (7th B team).

The U15 boys also had two complete teams competing with the A team made up of Sam Reardon, Freddy Georgiou and Tom Brash finishing 35th and the B team, fielding two new boys making their full BBHAC championship debuts and a regular at the National road relays. Debutant Bailey Marks Belaon on leg 1, regular Nick Paddington on 2 and debutant Harvey Blandon on 3 all enjoyed the experience finishing in 68th in by far the biggest field of the day.

There is no U20 race at this Championship so it was great to see 1st year U20 Lewis Mills making the senior mens first team, considering he was still running as an U17 last year. In fact looking at our senior 1st team, most of them have come through the junior ranks and it’s encouraging to see the team made up of relative youngsters (all in their 20’s). GB international Will Fuller ran the relays as an U17 only 4 years ago and was 9th fastest on his leg this year. Birmingham University legend / XC captain Will Ruiz raced at Sutton Park as a U17 only 6 years ago. GB international Phil Sesemann and lead off man for the seniors also competed at these relays for BB as an U20, only 7 years ago and Phil recorded the second fastest time of the day this year, a fantastic statistic (and run!). In the seniors ladies teams we also had U20’s racing, encouraging for the future and in a few short years we may well see our current crop of youngsters racing in our senior teams.

Birmingham is a long way to go, just to run for 15 minutes but all our athletes happily travel, but the task is made so much easier by the fantastic parents, grandparent and family friends we have, who are happy to give up their day to support our youngsters. Special thanks go to Paul and Laura Shaw (George’s parents) who borrowed the school minibus and brought ¾ of the boys team up to Birmingham. Thanks also to the continued efforts Dave Cordell puts into our club, not least by loading the tent and accessories in his van, unloading, putting up and then 6hrs later doing it all in reverse. (This year more than one club enjoyed the BB tent!). Thanks also to all the parents, coaches and team managers who all help the day run smoothly.

Next up the Kent league and the cross country relays.

Paul


The under 17 Team that finished 3rd in the National Road Relays
Eloise O'Shaughnessy, Yasmin Marghini and Sophie Hoare photo from Jonathan Hoare

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1 October 2017 - EMU - Unix - KAESER 24-48H Ultramarathon, Hungary

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John E Turner finished his 48hr run - final distance 217.113k / 134.908 miles.

12th overall and 2nd in age category!

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24 September 2017 - Berlin Marathon

 

place number Name ac club       Finish
83 42268 » Tucker, Peter (GBR) M35 Blackheath & Bromley...       02:28:18
8262 31840 » Montgomery, Ian (GBR) M50 Blackheath & Bromley...       03:38:14

 

 

 

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24 September 2017 - SEAA Road Relays Crystal Palace

 

Full results here...

 

Some photos here...

Crystal Palace National Sports Centre played host to this winters South of England road relays and with the former iconic stadium looking tired and run down, it was unfortunate that the poor results service seemed to match.

Nearly a week later and the full results are still not available but what we do know is that BBHAC youngsters turned out in great numbers and produced some fine results.

The U15 girls dominated their age group fielding six full teams with the A team winning out right, the B team coming a fantastic 3rd, the C team 13th, D team 30th, E team 36th and the F team 41st, Great numbers. The U17girls were equally impressive winning, while the B team came 9th. The U13 girls had four teams racing and the A team finished 12th, the B team 30th, C team 33rd and the D team 44th.

The boys numbers weren't as large but the U13 boys led the attack and were a creditable 4th place behind three very strong southern teams. With the boys teams made up of 4 runners all running 3k it was great to see only 7 seconds separated the BB boys times. Max Gregson led off in style, handing over to Jamie Sears who kept up the pace handing to George Shaw who ran BB’s quickest leg before Ben Campbell ran well bringing the team home in 4th, just outside the medals.
We were one U13 boy short of making a full B team but this didn't stop the three boys all posting quality runs led out by Oliver Robertson, passing to Oles Chaban and finally to Arthur Starvis making his road relay debut.

The U15 boys were able to put out one complete team and first off was Tom Brash who went off hard passing to Sam Reardon who ran the quickest BB leg. This left Freddy Georgiou to power around the 3K course before handing to Alex Sibley on leg 4 who brought the team home in 25th place.

The U17 boys had six running, making up one and half teams. The A team had Peter Guy on leg 1 passing to Callum Myatt on 2. A slight mishap on the change over saw Ben Gardnier add a few seconds to his time but he got around well setting Matt Francis up nicely for a strong run on leg 4 running the fastest BB 4.5k leg and crossing the line in a fine 12th. Charlie Andrews had a great leg leading out our B team and passed over to debutant Carlos Ohler who had an equally good run.

The National road relays are at Sutton Park in Birmingham on the 7th October and we hope to have many more boys and girls competing in what should be a very exciting event.

Paul

 


 

Well done again to everyone who ran last Sunday at the Southern Road Relays. It was great to get 20 runners out (24 including the vets team!) and hopefully we can build on this throughout this season.

 

The day started particularly strongly when Phil Sesemann set the fasted time of the day (clocking a 4.26 final mile!), and handing over with a huge lead to Will Fuller. Will then had a long solo run, comfortably maintaining the gap and handing over to Ross Braden, who had enough of a gap to keep us in the running at the front in 3rd place. However, by this time a number of teams were lining up behind, which made for a difficult run for Will Ruiz. Despite this, Ruiz managed to keep the team in the top 10 handing over to Georges in 9th place. Off the back of a great performance last week at the Will Bolton’s Georges again ran strongly in the 5th best Blackheath time to hand over in 11th. Despite an earlier panic for the team managers when Brendan informed us that he had heard Ben Cockburn wouldn’t be running, Ben turned up with plenty of time, and in a high quality final leg ran well to put us in 15th (or possible 16th , SEAA have changed where we finished three times so far, so it may well change again since I’ve been writing this.) Whilst not quite the top 12 we were hoping for, it was still a very strong performance in what was a high quality field, and ensured we qualified for the nationals on the 7th.

 

The B team was led out in a storming run (and a pb over 5k) by team manager Chris Tuck, running the 4th best Blackheath time of the day to hand over to Jon Vintner in 49th, Vintner showed he is quickly getting back to form with a run of 17.17 against a high standard 2nd leg to hand over in 54th, Lewis Mills then took over, and put in a very strong run considering on the warm up he had twisted/potentially strained his ankle, and nearly needed to pull out. Rallying well he took 11 places to hand over in 43rd. Unfortunately we are still awaiting the final three times for the B team. We know Dan Kennedy ran a solid anchor leg in 16:48, and that the total time of Oscar and Marco’s legs were 35.21 but that is as much information as we have at present! Either way the team finished in a respectable 48th position out of a total of 90 teams.

 

The C team was led off by fan favourite Tom Desborough, who had heroically delayed getting hammered at uni for a day to run (17.51.) Dave Mckinlay put in another great performance picking up 12 places with a run of 17.17, handing over to Rob Donohue, who continued to push through the field gaining a huge 16 places to put the team in 54th. Again from this leg onwards the lack of times makes it hard to see exactly where we were positioned at each change over. Regardless, Luca put in another solid run in 18.16, only 17 seconds slower than his best 5k this year, he then passed on to Graham Hollingdale, who not only ran his leg in 18.35, but was able to pace make Richard Byford (much to the confusion of the spectators), in what would have been an very isolated final leg, which finished the team in 67th place.

 

We were unfortunately unable to field a full D team, but Tim Ayres and Dan Marks were happy to stand in regardless. Dan Marks, drawn into the team at late notice ran well (19.18) to hand over to Tim Ayres, fresh from running a park run AND playing rugby the day before, who brought the team through in a time of 18.46.

 

Last but not least, we had one vets team who were in the V40 race, despite the team ending up being all over the age of 50. Again the lack of complete results means that whilst we can’t be exactly sure which position they were at each handover, we do have times for each runner at least. David Beadle started the proceedings off with a time of 19.24 putting the team in 19th (ish), he then passed over to Vets team manager Steve Pairman who was comfortably under 20 min (19.46) handing over in approximately 20th. Andy Lawes than took over keeping the team around the 23rd mark in a time of 21.55 before Andy Tucker brought the team in to finish 23rd (this position seems to be confirmed at least, although if they had been in the V50 race they would have finished 11th!) dipping under 21 minutes (20.54.)

 

We will be sending out an email for those that we have already spoke to about the Nationals on Monday.

 

List of everyones overall places and times

1

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers

Phil Sesemann

00:14:26

33

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers

William Fuller

00:15:10

102

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers

Ross Braden

00:15:50

163

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers

Christopher Tuck

00:16:20

167

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers

Georges Vacaropoulos

00:16:21

200

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers

Will Ruiz

00:16:34

231

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers

Ben Cockburn

00:16:45

257

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers

Lewis Mills

00:16:56

289

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers

Rob Donohue

00:17:11

302

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers

Jon Vintner

00:17:17

304

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers

Dave Mckinlay

00:17:17

345

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers

Tom Desborough

00:17:52

384

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers

Luca Ercolani

00:18:16

405

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers

Graham Hollingdale

00:18:35

417

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers

Tim Ayres

00:18:46

436

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers

Dan Marks

00:19:18

457

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers

Richard Byford

00:19:53

 

Vets

66

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers

David Beadie

00:19:24

73

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers

Steven Pairman

00:19:46

86

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers

Andy Tucker

00:20:54

96

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers

Andy Lawes

00:21:55

 

 Ross, Chris and Dan

 

 

 

Following photos from Steve Cluney

 

 

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3 September 2017 - Northampton 1/2 Marathon BMAF Championships

 

Peter Tucker was 1st in the Northampton 1/2 Marathon & 1st in the  BMAF M35 Championships in 1:12.44.

http://race-results.info/2017/20170902nort/

BMAF Half marathon Championships – Northampton – 03/09/2017 – BMAF – British Masters Athletic Federation

 

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6 August 2017 - Gloucester City Marathon

 

Full results

 

 

Male
1. 1721 1. Male 20-24 Ben Cockburn 1992 Blackheath & Bromley 2:43:53 (chip) 2:44:01 (gun)
 

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29 May 2017 - 2017 Vitality London 10,000

 

Place Name Number Running Club Place in Age Group Place in Age Group Finish
        Gender      
84 Ross Braden (GBR) 1107 B&BHAC 84 18-19 80 00:32:54
889 Sophie Kelleher (GBR) 4490 B&BHAC 114 18-19 88 00:42:03
1378 Barry Wetherilt (GBR) 4891 B&BHAC 1160 60-64 3 00:44:41
1386 Graham Hollingdale (GBR) 4350 B&BHAC 1166 18-19 763 00:44:43
1417 Jenny Neal (GBR) 2016 B&BHAC 228 45-49 20 00:44:51
1692 Sara Elmqvist (GBR) 4558 B&BHAC 273 40-44 24 00:45:56
2017 Tracey Ashenden (GBR) 5033 B&BHAC 340 45-49 32 00:47:16
2992 Ronnie Chung (GBR) 4749 B&BHAC 2397 40-44 343 00:50:31
6356 Zoe Kingsmell (GBR) 10252 B&BHAC 2006 50-54 136 00:59:01
6819 Maz Turner (GBR) 14040 B&BHAC 2270 65-69 8 01:00:05
9307 Andrew Kingsmell (GBR) 10253 B&BHAC 5473 45-49 657 01:07:29
9517 Chris Waring (GBR) 10307 B&BHAC 5547 65-69 70 01:08:14

 

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24 May 2017 - Beckenham RC Relays

 

Numbers were down on last year but still a great event, we should get this in the fixture card and get more teams along if we can. Ben ran the fastest leg by a long way.
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Beckenham Running Club Team Relay Wednesday, 24th May 2017

3 laps of 2.6miles – each lap undulating on roads and paths, starting and finishing in Beckenham Place Park Golf Course

Place    Team   Leg 1   Leg 2   Leg 3   Time
5 B&BHAC Dave Liston Allstars Mens Richard Byford 15:44 Chris Tuck 14:26 Ben Cockburn 13:16 00:43:26
48 B&BHAC DANGR Mens Graham Hollingdale 15:22 Neil Roberts 20:37 David Beadle 16:47 00:52:46
49 B&BHAC BEC Mens Steve Evenden 17:14 Rob Brown 17:18 Chris Pike 18:20 00:52:52
59 B&BHAC KEEL Mens Paul Kerekgyarto 16:37 Dave Leal 18:57 Mark Ellison 18:31 00:54:05
60 B&BHAC HAS Mens Adrian Stocks 17:08 Ozzie Adams 19:20 Nigel Haffenden 17:57 00:54:25
61 B&BHAC SSS Mixed Steve Pairman 16:44 Sally Haffenden 19:25 Iain Swatton 18:23 00:54:32
62 B&BHAC NEWS Mixed Mike Simms 17:23 Barry Wetherlit 18:27 Jenny Neal 18:44 00:54:34
68 B&BHAC ZAP Mixed Paul Sharp 15:08 Zoe Kingsmell 22:51 Andy Lawes 17:56 00:55:55
72 B&BHAC ACE Mixed Luca Ercolani 15:05 Lindsay Algar 23:46 Stuart Cullum 18:02 00:56:53

 

  2017 2016
Ben Cockburn 13:16  
Chris Tuck 14:26 15:01
Luca Ercolani 15:05 15:39
Paul Sharp 15:08 15:45
Graham Hollingdale 15:22 16:02
Richard Byford 15:44 15:49
Paul Kerekgyarto 16:37 18:43
Steve Pairman 16:44 16:45
David Beadle 16:47 16:35
Adrian Stocks 17:08 16:43
Steve Evenden 17:14 17:59
Rob Brown 17:18 18:52
Mike Simms 17:23 17:35
Andy Lawes 17:56 17:19
Nigel Haffenden 17:57 18:09
Stuart Cullum 18:02  
Chris Pike 18:20 18:04
Iain Swatton 18:23  
Barry Wetherlit 18:27  
Mark Ellison 18:31  
Jenny Neal 18:44 17:36
Dave Leal 18:57 19:24
Ozzie Adams 19:20 19:39
Sally Haffenden 19:25  
Neil Roberts 20:37 20:59
Zoe Kingsmell 22:51 22:35
Lindsay Algar 23:46  

 

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21 May 2017 - Chislehurst Half-Marathon

 

Pos-

Bib-

Finish

Chip

Name

Gen-

Cat-

Club or Team

Rank

ition

No.

Time

Time

der

egory

46

195

01:41:39

01:41:37

PAUL KEREKGYARTO

M

M40

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC

1

50

283

01:41:57

01:41:54

STEVE PAIRMAN

M

M50

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC

2

54

167

01:42:20

01:42:18

STEVE EVENDEN

M

M40

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC

3

62

426

01:42:50

01:42:44

JANE BRADSHAW

F

W45

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC

4

72

70

01:43:39

01:43:22

MARC KNOWLES

M

M40

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC

5

92

159

01:45:54

01:45:28

CHRIS PIKE

M

M60

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC

6

103

156

01:46:49

01:46:43

DAVE LEAL

M

M60

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC

7

110

494

01:48:00

01:47:44

MARK ELLISON

M

M50

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC

8

111

373

01:48:08

01:47:42

IAIN SWATTON

M

M50

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC

9

152

478

01:52:49

01:52:15

JOHN FENWICK

M

M60

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC

10

154

547

01:53:16

01:52:48

STUART CULLUM

M

M40

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC

11

170

136

01:55:05

01:54:29

AUSTIN ADAMS

M

M50

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC

12

198

112

01:57:00

01:56:23

NIGEL BULMER

M

M50

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC

13

233

563

02:00:48

02:00:14

GERRY ALGER

M

M60

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC

14

247

220

02:02:09

02:01:35

JOHN LEESON

M

M50

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC

15

401

369

02:24:23

02:23:43

LINDSAY ALGER

F

W55

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC

16

402

359

02:24:23

02:23:43

ANITA EVENDEN

F

W35

Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC

17

 

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9 April 2017 - BMAF 10km road Champs, Gravesend

Well done the mighty M65’s. Another team gold medal today. Splendid effort everyone despite all of us having done virtually nothing in recent weeks because of injury. What would we have done if we were fit! And let’s not forget Peter Tucker becoming the BMAF 10km M35 road champion. We all did B&B proud.

Here’s a photo for the family album.

 

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9 April 2017 - Brighton Marathon

Paul Kerekgyarto 3h37

Marc Knowles 3h38

Ian Montgomery 3h51

Iain Swatton 3h57

Mark Ellison 4h00

Glen Read 4h04

 

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2 April 2017 - Paddock Wood Half Marathon

 

Place Time Name Team Category Number Chip Grading
74 01:18:33 Christopher Tuck Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Senior Men 1038 01:18:29 75.93
87 01:19:30 Paul Sharpe Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Senior Men 2396 01:19:26 75.03
106 01:21:16 Tony Crowder Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Men 40-49 498 01:21:14 79.25
184 01:27:29 Nicholas Perry Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Senior Men 5018 01:27:13 68.18
192 01:27:43 Timothy Ayres Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Senior Men 411 01:26:45 68
228 01:28:48 Richard Byford Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Senior Men 1622 01:27:50 67.17
258 01:29:49 Steven Pairman Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Men 50-59 1755 01:29:27 76.47
303 01:31:43 Steve Evenden Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Men 40-49 316 01:31:21 66.69
309 01:31:52 Mike Simms Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Men 40-49 868 01:31:26 71.19
360 01:34:14 Jennifer Neal Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Ladies 45-54 990 01:33:52 76.71
481 01:38:35 James Perry Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Senior Men 5017 01:37:59 60.51
530 01:40:12 Adrian Perry Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Men 50-59 1166 01:39:36 69.76
669 01:44:22 Dave Leal Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Men 60-69 2028 01:44:03 68.82
849 01:49:31 Stuart Cullum Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Men 40-49 2254 01:49:14 58.8
869 01:50:10 Nigel Bulmer Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Men 50-59 1355 01:49:00 60.81
949 01:52:20 John Butler Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Men 60-69 2346 01:51:23 66.53
972 01:52:57 Austin Adams Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Men 50-59 320 01:51:54 59.8
1072 01:55:55 Gerry Alger Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Men 60-69 73 01:54:53 62.57
1237 02:00:33 Paul Irving Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Men 40-49 2621 01:59:05 51.11
1238 02:00:33 Paul Burke Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Men 40-49 2576 01:59:05 52.23
1296 02:02:21 John Leeson Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Men 50-59 1607 02:01:15 58.18
1450 02:06:32 Karen Perry Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Ladies 45-54 1165 02:05:27 58.68
1580 02:11:07 Zoe Kingsmell Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Ladies 45-54 387 02:09:16 58.81

 

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12 March 2017 - Lydd 20

 

Pos Net Name Club Sex Cat
71  02:28:15 Steve Evenden Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Male Male Vet 40
72 02:28:34 Steve Pairman Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Male Male Vet 55
106 02:34:13 Jennifer Neal Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Female Female Vet 45
107 02:36:05   William Brindley Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Male Male Vet 40
150 02:42:52   Mark Ellison Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Male Male Vet 55
382 03:09:10   John Butler Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Male Male Vet 60
424 03:13:41 Penny Caudle Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Female Senior Female
556 03:36:44   Zoe Kingsmell Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Female Female Vet 50

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