TBH Summer Grand Prix: Race 2 results.

On a breezy summer’s evening, a magnificent eighty runners turned out for the 2nd race of the 2013 Summer Series.

And leading the race from start to finish was Paul Brown, clocking a time of 22:49. Although this was the second race of the series, it was the first to implement a yacht handicap system (with slower runners setting off first, followed by faster runners at predetermined intervals). Paul, who had a 5 minute advantage over the second runner to set off, was never in danger of being caught and it will be interesting to chart his progress over the remainder of the series.

First female finisher was Anne Grenfell, in 23:30. Congratulations to Paul and Anne.

Quickest time of the evening went to David Beech, who covered the two mile course in a rapid 10:30, whilst fastest female was Sophie Marr, with a time of 12:36.

Well done to everyone who competed and many thanks to the army of volunteers who performed admirably on the night.

The next race will take place on Tuesday, 4th June.

 

Provisional results.

PosNameActual Time
01paul brown22:49
02david charlton17:20
03anne grenfell16:30
04penny wilmott18:38
05jonathon cameron14:23
06luke o'neil13:47
07kerrie whittle18:35
08louise easton18:38
09sara sedgley18:09
10sophie wardrobe13:58
11catherine powell19:18
12helen richardson16:08
13emma brannan17:28
14katie dent15:43
15louise watson15:59
16jo wood15:44
17maria grady16:00
18micky baker13:32
19michael nemeth14:50
20matthew kingston11:55
21naomi virgo14:10
22alice gowling14:28
23natalie ohlsen16:29
24stephen hall15:00
25steve douthwaite14:04
26rob kirtley12:52
27ruth lee14:53
28meg parkin12:55
29margaret hagood17:57
30peter kennedy11:57
31andrea hayden19:58
32micky duff19:28
33matthew brent10:59
34hannah shaw19:30
35vicky deritis19:30
36steve allerdyce14:31
37mal gibson12:33
38nicola brady15:04
39caroline smith15:04
40stevie barker11:35
41andy walton14:05
42david beech10:35
43matthew walker13:21
44jon moss12:09
45sinead coffey15:54
46gemma brady15:41
47stuart dickson13:41
48kerry neil15:12
49alan taylor18:12
50margaret finn18:13
51nick varley12:42
52mandy tunmore18:14
53alan wallace13:14
54chris meek11:44
55david appleby11:44
56ben priestley11:47
57elliot hayes12:33
58louise harwood14:48
59jasmine black14:49
60lizzy clamp15:34
61chris graham11:58
62john tollit12:15
63steve compton13:48
64mike parker13:34
65colin dilks13:35
66sophie marr12:36
67mick hancock13:52
68alex lockwood12:23
69kym eden13:27
70jonathon powell12:12
71mark jackson12:00
72david anderson11:50
73sue mullinger17:17
74dave rowe13:43
75annette kelly15:18
76graham king13:25
77sparrow morley11:28
78bridgette shaw16:45
79kerry liddle22:05
80nicola mccoughlin17:33

 

(note: the above times are actual race times over the two mile course)

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    • Big Ron on 8th May 2013 at 07:53
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    Well done everyone. Fantastic turnout last night, especially from our many feamale members, I am positive there were more of you than the men!

    Taking into accout the volunteers, we must have had over 100 members involved last night.

    Big Ron

  1. Thanks to all the marshals, timekeepers, lead biker & supporters for last night. also thanks DD for a superfast time on getting the results published :thumbsup:

  2. Thanks for the kind comment Rob, but as with all these event’s, it’s a team effort and I had tremendous help from all the volunteers.
    Well done on your run and hopefully we’ll be seeing you on a more regular basis at the club.

    • Paul Brown on 8th May 2013 at 20:13
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    Thanks to all the volunteers last night. They really kept me going when I needed it

    • Hodgie on 10th May 2013 at 11:10
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    My first Tyne Bridge Event , the team spirit is awesome- can’t wait for my first race. Well done Paul – it takes a special runner to concentrate, compete and stay focused . You have all those qualities in abundance excellent running.

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