Town Moor Memorial 10k Results – 11th November 2012

There’s some cyclist on the course! They think it’s all over. It is now.

Congratulations to Tyne Bridge Harriers’ Men’s Team who emerged victorious in this year’s Town Moor Memorial 10k race.

The four-man team, consisting of Sparrow Morley, Simon Kristiansen, Rob Clark and Kev Jeffress, held off strong challenges from Gateshead and Heaton Harriers, and by winning the Men’s competition also retained the Watson Challenge Trophy.

Tyne Bridge had a fantastic turn-out at the event, with several members posting PB’s (personal best), so a massive well done to everyone involved.

Ian Hudspith (Morpeth) won the race and Alyson Dixon was first female finisher.

Full race reports can be found here and here:

 

Club results:

33:57 Sparrow Morley (7th)

34:17 Simon Kristiansen (9th)

34:43 Robert Clark (12th)

35:37 Kevin Jeffress (15th)

37:46 Sean Kelly (2nd V40)

38:07 Shaun Brown (PB)

38:20 Ian Jackman (PB)

39:04 Stephen Barker (PB)

39:20 Mark Jackson

39:22 John Tollitt

40:36 Rob Kirtley

41:02 David Antill

41:05 Mark Reynolds

41:19 David Young

41:28 Alex Lockwood

41:47 Euan Clubbs (PB)

41:42 Sophie Marr

44:43 Tim Hawkins

45:06 Lucy Matheson

45:42 Stuart Dickson

45:51 Steven Compton

46:20 Nick Pearson (PB)

46:53 Keith Rooney

47:01 Michael Hancock (PB)

47:43 Chris Parkin

47:56 Phillippa Nichol (PB)

48:05 Judith Archibold

49:27 Annette Kelly

50:26 Louise Harwood

50:48 Aimee Cook (PB)

54:15 Denise Waugh

54:24 Mark Thompson

56:51 Clare Smith

1:00:25 Stephanie Mcfarlane (PB)

1:02:21 Vicki Deritis

NB: The above results have been amended to show Chip Times (as opposed to gun times).

Full results can be found here

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    • Vicki Deritis on 11th November 2012 at 19:05

    Should these times be the chip times? As far as I can see Sparrow’s time is his chip time but everyone else’s time is the official time. Quite frankly, I need all the help I can get and my chip time is a whole 43 seconds faster!!

      • David on 11th November 2012 at 21:07
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      Vicki, I have enough trouble sorting out our own Grand Prix results let alone getting involved in Heaton’s race results ;-)

      I’ll keep checking their website to see if they update the times.

    • Pip Nichol on 11th November 2012 at 21:11

    Also missed Euan Clubbs off the list as he hadn’t joined the club when he entered so TBH didn’t show up on his entry!

    • Sean Kelly on 11th November 2012 at 21:55

    The false start that resulted in the athletes being called back to the start line after 0.8 miles made this a memorable memorial 10k! Despite the problems, it was a great event. Almost perfect conditions, great TBH support all around the course and lots of individual and team successes. All in all a red letter day for the black and white army.

      • David on 11th November 2012 at 21:59
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      and there I was thinking we were going to get through an entire posting without mention of a little bit of red haha!!

        • Big Ron on 12th November 2012 at 07:57

        Now now David, a little bit red never hurst anyone!

    • Mick hancock on 12th November 2012 at 06:47

    Oh yes these are the gun times :( doesn’t look so good lol , should just use the times off race timing systems . Don’t like my pb spoiled by having 18 seconds added too it lol. Was a great day & a fantastic turnout

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