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Last updated 17 December 2015

 

John Hoy Trophy

John Hoy was a club member who tragically lost his life, along with his three children, in Thailand on Boxing Day 2004. They were on the beach at Khao Lak when a tsunami struck. Only John's wife, Nim, survived. Since then, members that compete in club track championship races from 800m to 10 kms earn points towards the trophy with the winner being the person that has earned most points over the course of the six races.

 

The trophy is open to senior and master men and women. Points are awarded on a handicap basis and this year there was a change in the way the handicap was calculated. For 2011, runners earned points using the internationally recognised Age Related tables. These tables adjust finish times based on the gender and age of each competitor so a 50 year old woman can compete on an equal basis with a 30 year old man, for example.

 

32 members competed in this year's series of races with the winner being Helen Godsell. She justly deserved her win by virtue of being the only person that took part in all 6 races and running consistently well throughout the summer. Rob Brown was second and Jane Bradshaw was third.

 


Rob Brown presents Helen Godsell with the John Hoy Trophy for 2011

 

    10 kms - 25/05/11 800m - 08/06/11 1500m - 11/07/11 3000m - 27/07/11 5000m - 10/08/11 1 Mile - 24/08/11    
Name   Time Score Points Time Score Points Time Score Points Time Score Points Time Score Points Time Score Points Total Pos
Helen Godsell 51:27 73.25% 13 02:54 80.17% 15 06:05 83.19% 18 13:28 79.91% 18 23:12 79.12% 18 06:35 83.08% 19 101 1
Rob Brown 40:46 81.03% 20       05:12 84.83% 20 11:24 80.69% 19 19:29 81.23% 20 05:40 82.13% 18 97 2
Jane Bradshaw       02:39 72.60% 11 05:17 76.81% 16 10:54 79.63% 17 18:45 79.43% 19 05:42 76.98% 17 80 3
Andy Lawes 40:56 77.29% 18 02:51 71.50% 10 05:37 75.34% 14 11:29 76.72% 16             58 4
Graham Coates 41:03 79.76% 19 02:36 80.94% 16 05:10 84.71% 19                   54 5
Ian Taylor 40:07 75.05% 16 02:34 75.53% 13 05:17 76.03% 15                   44 6
Gerald Sterling 43:39 60.80% 8 02:31 66.96% 9       10:58 67.39% 12 19:34 64.99% 14       43 7
Ken Daniel       02:29 84.74% 20                   05:35 83.35% 20 40 8
John Turner 43:18 75.61% 17             12:40 72.62% 15             32 9
Maz Turner 57:05 69.01% 10             16:31 69.02% 14             24 10
Adrian Stocks 40:10 67.85% 9 02:22 72.77% 12                         21 11
Paul Ross-Davies                   11:17 81.53% 20             20 12
David McKinlay       02:00 84.26% 19                         19 13
Alex Gibbins       02:00 84.25% 18                         18 14
Dave Beadle                         18:59 74.19% 17       17 15
Wilf Orton       04:03 48.67% 8       15:42 54.72% 9             17 15
Daniel Brewer             04:22 78.66% 17                   17 15
Jamie Darling       02:01 83.56% 17                         17 15
Tim Ayres                               04:51 76.49% 16 16 19
Dave Carton                         20:42 72.00% 16       16 19
Jenny Neal                               06:38 67.43% 15 15 21
Trevor Delahoy                         23:50 67.59% 15       15 21
Glen Turner 35:15 74.89% 15                               15 21
Luke Brett                               06:50 55.18% 14 14 24
Colin Norris       02:09 78.38% 14                         14 24
Steve Pairman 40:13 74.26% 14                               14 24
Dave Leal                         23:23 63.74% 13       13 27
Peter Rogers                   11:59 68.31% 13             13 27
Lisa Page 43:27 71.50% 12                               12 29
Sally Haffenden                   13:35 64.97% 11             11 30
Justine Eastbury 44:24 69.55% 11                               11 30
Neil Roberts                   13:30 57.48% 10             10 32

 

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