TBH Winter Grand Prix 2012/13: Race 1 Results

On another historic night for Tyne Bridge Harriers, a magnificent 76 runners turned out for the first race of the 2012/13 Winter Grand Prix Series.

Now an officially measured 5k course, the opening race was a straight shoot-out, with competitors all setting off at the same time.

First finisher on the night was Sparrow Morley (16:21), with Rob De Giovanni coming a close second (16:22).

The first female finisher was Jordan Mullinger (19:45), who was making a welcome return to the club after the summer break.

But everyone should be congratulated for making this a fantastic event, especially the club members who volunteered their services to make the run go off safely.

Results are shown below, and will be used to calculate the handicap times for Race 2 of the series.

 

PositionNameTime
1Sparrow Morley16:21
2Rob De Giovanni16:22
3Rob Clark16:38
4Kev Jeffress16:39
5Jack Neeson16:43
6Marc Fenwick16:52
8Matty Tomlinson17:28
9Darryl Davison17:39
10Ian Laidler18:14
11Tony Carter18:19
12Mark Prendergast18:29
13Shaun Brown18:35
14John Tollitt18:52
15Mark Hall19:08
16Mark Reynolds19:12
17Ryan Hall19:17
18John Hurse19:24
19Rob Wishart19:25
20Simon Honeysett19:28
21Rob Kirtley19:29
22Gary Wright19:34
23Stephen Barker19:37
24Jordan Mullinger19:45
25Carolina Freeman20:03
26Dave Young20:07
27Guy Rintoul20:12
28Euan Clubbs20:16
29Graham King20:19
30Sophie Marr20:28
31Dan Birchall20:29
32Colin Dilks20:35
33Luke Allan20:40
34Leodhais MacPherson20:47
35Chris Mitsides20:55
36Alan Wallace21:08
37Peter Sloan21:10
38Frankie King21:15
39Tim Hawkins21:20
40Tom Hanson21:23
41Steve Compton21:45
42Emma Wright21:46
43Don Lord21:51
44Keith Rooney21:59
45Glen Thompson22:07
46Stuart Dickson22:11
47Chris Hughes22:22
48Mick Walls22:26
49Jasmine Black22:48
50Claire Miller-Grossitt22:53
51Charlotte Carpenter23:09
52Chris Parkin23:12
53Ryan Hogben23:17
54Phillippa Nichol23:27
55Annette Kelly23:33
56Julie Shaw23:45
57Rachel Adamson23:50
58Joy Fenwick24:18
59Aimee Cook24:36
60Dominic MacBride24:47
61Mark Thompson24:48
62Anji Close24:54
63Nicola Brady25:00
64Caroline Smith25:17
65Claire Smith27:56
66Jillian Parkin28:16
67Alison Habebi29:11
68Mark Allison29:15
69Stephanie MacFarlane29:26
70Carol Davidson30:59
71Teresa Hindmarch31:18
72Helen Fox31:29
73Paula Marr33:20
74Sara Sedgley33:17
75Scott Wilkinson33:35
76Penny Wilmott33:38

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    • Kenny Mac on 2nd October 2012 at 21:21
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    The race finished at 1930hrs and are on the website by 2100hrs, all organisers take a bow, all athletes smile to yourself in the mirror, you have all done the club proud tonight

    • Stephen Dixon on 2nd October 2012 at 21:26
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    Great running TBH. Well done. ;-)

    • Dave Moir on 2nd October 2012 at 21:30
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    Well don DD must be a record for getting results out, I think your lovely assistant probably played a big part in it.

    1. yeah, they stayed out the way haha!!

      But credit to everyone who helped out tonight. It’s all about teamwork.

  1. Thanks to all the marshals and time keepers, a smashing gp, perfectly executed.

  2. It has to be said that when I went the wrong way Rob slowed after he passed me and told me the correct way to go, essentially giving me the win. I’ve never witnessed such sportsmanship in my life.

  3. A short time ago a group of lads talked about forming a new running club, where everybody was equal and the only criteria to joining was to share a passion of running. Now, less than two years later, to see over 70 members take part in their own club race was a sight to behold and I still can’t believe how far the club has came. Many thanks to everyone involved in tonight’s race. It was a wonderful spectacle.

    • RobW on 2nd October 2012 at 22:40
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    Sparrow, most Robs are the epitome of integrity. (I realise you refer to RobDG)
    I was going to comment “don’t want a handicap based on tonight’s below-par effort” but on second thoughts I’ll take what I’m given.
    Well done all runners and organisers.

  4. Great course, great turn out.Thanks to all the marshals, timekeepers & organisers without who it couldn’t have gone ahead

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