Winter GP Race 4: Results

On a bitterly cold wintry night, there was a fantastic turn-out of 58 runners for the latest race in the club’s Winter Grand Prix.

And despite the slippery conditions underfoot, several members recorded some fantastic times around the 5k course.

Everyone who ran deserves credit, and it is slightly unfair to pick out just one or two runners, but I must mention Marc Fenwick, for posting the quickest time of the night (16m 23s), and Jordan Mullinger, for dipping under twenty minutes on her race debut (19m 53s).

Also, congratulations to Chris Hughes for making the most of his decent handicap time, and finishing first in tonight’s race. (Chris, if you’re reading this, make the most of the glory because I’m in no doubt you’ll be punished in the next race with a more severe handicap time ;-) ).

But as I have already mentioned, well done to all the competitors, and sincere thanks to the race volunteers.

Tyne Bridge Harriers Winter GP (Race 4)

PosNameSurnameRace TimeActual TimePoints
01ChrisHughes26:2921:29100
02ChrisMurther27:2321:5399
03MarkAllison27:3422:0098
04PhilBrown27:4122:1197
05VanessaLawrence27:4927:4996
06KerryReed27:5222:2295
07PatrickParker28:0619:5194
08DaveBradley28:0820:5393
09MeganBrette28:0928:0992
10MeganParkin28:1124:2191
11JohnFinlay28:1219:1290
12LouisGoffe28:1516:4589
13MarieClaude28:1623:1688
14ChrisParkin28:2023:2087
15RobWishart28:2018:2086
16SteffenHaugk28:2023:2085
17AnjiClose28:2222:5284
18DaveRowe28:2520:1083
19NickVarley28:2821:1382
20KeithSmith28:3017:0081
21ImranAli Mohammed28:3124:4180
22JordanMullinger28:3319:5379
23RobKirtley28:3419:3478
24DaveAppleby28:3817:3877
25MarcFenwick28:4316:2376
26ChrisMeek28:4318:4375
27DaveAntil28:4320:2874
28JohnHurse28:4518:4573
29DaveMoir28:4617:1672
30DarrylDavison28:4718:4771
31JoLee28:4828:4870
32JamesRobson28:4819:4869
33IanLaidler28:4818:1868
34DaveTaylor28:4920:3467
35MarkPrendergrast28:5018:2066
36JonathonPowell28:5119:2165
37VickyDeritis28:5228:5264
38SparrowMorley28:5216:3263
39AndyHarrison28:5418:2462
40KevinJefress29:0417:3461
41VictoriaWaugh29:0525:1560
42KateMeek29:1127:2659
43ChrisGraham29:1120:1158
44MartinHall29:1221:1257
45PeterKennedy29:1418:4456
46JoeTurner29:1616:5655
47GaryWright29:2519:2554
48AlanHeatley29:2719:2753
49StephenDixon29:3319:0352
50AlexLockwood29:4021:0051
51SueMullinger29:4329:4350
52DekaReed29:4519:4549
53AlanWallace30:0322:0348
54JoyFenwick30:5622:5647
55HannahTaylor31:4827:5846
56DaveTalbot33:1733:1745
57KerryMcAndrew33:1733:1744
58DavinaReay34:5434:5443


If you notice an error with either your time or your name please do not hesitate to contact me.

Fastest Male: Marc Fenwick (16m 23s)

Fastest Female: Jordan Mullinger (19m 53s)

Permanent link to this article: http://www.tynebridgeharriers.com/2012/01/17/winter-gp-race-4-results/

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    • Deka on 17th January 2012 at 22:08
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    congratulations to marc and jordan and to all competitors who made this a record turnout

  1. NICE work DD and thanks very much for getting the results online so quickly.. your time at parkrun is paying dividends :-)

    Great turnout and atmosphere tonight.. well done everybody. Thanks very much to Paul Hilton, DD, Chris Robson, for timing / results and thanks to ALL the bike riders / marshals and helpers around the course.. so great to get cheered on by some fantastic people.. thanks again.

    • Brother Louis on 17th January 2012 at 23:39
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    Speedy work on posting the results DD, almost as quick as big Marc running between the bridges tonight!

    Thanks to all for making it such a good event.

    • Paul Hilton on 18th January 2012 at 00:29
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    It was great to watch Chris Hughes(21.29) powering in 1st place and then Vanessa Lawrence(27.49) 1st Lady. What about Jordan Mullinger sub 20(19.53) on her 1st appearance at our 5k , Mum Sue(29.43) will be well proud as are we to have you both at TBH. John the Joiner Finlay(19.12) knocking 44 sec of his previous time.Brother louis (16.45) ,Marc (16.23) ,Sparrow (16.32) and if Kev Jeffress( 17.34 ) can keep his trainers on yez might even give us super Vets a run for our money-the Late Keith Smith (17.00),Apples(17.38),Mr Moir (17.16).
    I must say though,the surprise of the night was our very own Run Geordie Run(22.04) finishing in 3rd place after all the good living he has done lately! The way he came running in at the end and the true determination he showed of giving it everything to the line, shows us all at TBH that Mark allison will indeed conquer Australia !

    • Apples on 18th January 2012 at 07:48
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    Another fantastic turnout from TBH with some pretty impressive times. I told Brother Louis beforehand he would smash his PB, great stuff from all who took part.
    Special thanks to Paul, DD, Chris and all of the marshalls around the course on a pretty cold night their support was much appreciated.

  2. Thanks for that Paul! What “good living”?

    Got to say that last night underlines just how proud I am to be part of TBH.

    There’s plenty more to come from me this year as I will try my best to do the vest* proud.

    * Might need the next size up after all the “good living” in December!!

    • Apples on 18th January 2012 at 08:29
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    Please note that, as promised, I made no reference to your food and alcohol self abuse over the festive period.

    • Denise on 18th January 2012 at 10:21
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    Another great night for Tyne Bridge Harriers. Thanks to Paul, DD and the marshals for their hard work and thanks to all of the runners who participated. Without your efforts, we wouldn’t be such a fantastic running club. Together, we’ve gone from strength to strength and I know that we’ll continue to do so.

  3. I would love to take credit for being Jordan’s mum, but unfortunately I’m just auntie Sue – but very pround all the same. Her talent must come from the other side of the family – not the Mullinger gene pool.
    My first time last night and enjoyed it – also appreciate the efforts of those involved.

    • Big Ron on 18th January 2012 at 12:42
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    Great night and well done to all who braved the very cold conditions. Thanks also to all the helpers without whom the race would be impossible to stage

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