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Road Running & Road Relays results & Information for 2015

 

24 April 2016 - London Marathon

2015 Parris Handicap 4-09-15

4 October 2015 - Young Athletes National Road Relays - Sutton Park 6-10-15

3 October 2015 - National Road Relays - Sutton Park 4-10-15

19 September 2015 - SEAA Road Relays, Aldershot 20-09-15

4 July 2015 - Peach Tree 10k - Atlanta, USA 7-07-15

4 May 2015 - Ted Pepper 10k - Norman Park 4-05-15

26 April 2015 - London Mini-Marathon 27-04-15

26 April 2015 - London Marathon 1-05-15

19 April 2015 - Darent Valley 10k  19-04-15

12 April 2015 - Brighton Marathon, Brighton 16-04-15

11 April 2015 - National 6/12 Stage Relays, Sutton Park 11-04-15

3 April 2015 - Folkestone 10 3-04-15

29 March 2015 - Spitfire 20 & Tempest 10 2-04-15

29 March 2015 - Cranleigh 21 30-03-15

29 March 2015 - SEAA 12 Stage Relays, Milton Keynes 29-03-15

29 March 2015 - Paddock Wood Half Marathon 29-03-15

15 March 2015 - Dartford half-marathon, Dartford 15-03-15

14 March 2015 - Thames Meander Marathon. Kingston 17-03-15

8 March 2015 - Lydd half-marathon & Lydd 20 miles, Lydd 10-03-15

1 March 2015 - Thanet 20 miles, Ramsgate 1-03-15

28 February 2015 - Bromley Trials for the London Mini-Marathon 28-02-15

22 February 2015 - Tokyo Marathon, Japan 27-02-15

 


4 October 2015 - Young Athletes National Road Relays - Sutton Park

Full results here

Glorious autumn sunshine welcomed the countries best young athletes to this years National Road Relay Championship in Sutton Coldfield , Birmingham.

Thirty five Blackheath and Bromley athletes, Mr & Mrs President (Dave and Hanna Cordell),coaches, team managers and countless parents, grandparents and siblings made the long journey to Sutton Park but were all rewarded with some fantastic results.

The girls produced their best ever finishes with all three age groups U13, U15 and U17 in the top 4. The boys, with depleted numbers did themselves proud with an 11th place and 30th place finish.

Expectations were high for our U13 girls, recently crowned South of England Champions and they didn’t disappoint winning a fabulous silver medal. Jess Neal led off in her normal determined fashion and handed over to Morgan Squibb in 6th position (having run the 14 fastest time of the day). Morgan had a great run passing three teams to hand over to Ellie Dolby in bronze medal position. Ellie powered around the course pulling back one of the teams in front, crossing the line in second and winning team silver (Ellie’s run was the 4th fastest of the day). The U13 girls had another trio and all had good runs finishing 35th team. Emily Davis led the team off handing over to Daniella Harper leaving Niamh Milmo to bring the team home.

Sam Reardon led the U13 boys team off, running a very quick first leg, handing over to Alex Sibley who had a good run before passing over to Barnaby Corry. Barnaby worked hard all the way around the 3.8k road circuit bringing the team home in 30th. Interesting to note that all the U13 boys, Ellie and Daniella have another year left in this age group!

The U15 girls ran superbly in a high standard competition and were pleased to win bronze after a fantastic team performance. Yasmin Marghini got them off to a brilliant start handing over in first place (running the 2nd fastest leg of the day). Sophie Hoare did well holding the field back (running the 15th fastest leg) and handed over to Millie Smith in second. Millie had a race on her hands and pushed all the way sprinting up the home straight to hold onto third securing bronze medals for the team.

The U15 girls are so strong they were able field 2 more complete teams and one incomplete team. Stephanie Taylor, Gracie Horton and Grace Scopes teamed up well to finish 36th team as did Alice Prentice, Claudia Pickup and Lily Tappenden finishing 48th team. Also good to see Isabelle Bridge completely free of injury and back running again as she ran a strong first leg in the incomplete team.

Like the girls the U15 boys are strong and large in number. Coleman Corry, Joseph Georgiadis and Henry James combined well to finish a fine 11th with Henry running the 14th fastest leg. Cameron Swatton got the 2nd team off to a great start followed by Callum Myatt and Keir Lundy and they crossed the line in 45th and just behind in 48th were the trio of Ben Gardiner, Leo Braden and Lewis Warren.

The U17 girls were unlucky not to pick up a medal after three good legs from Amy Leach on 1 running her quickest leg ever. Katy Ann McDonald on 2 flew around the course in the 2nd fastest leg of the day handing over to Kelsey Fuss in second. Kelsey had the daunting task of trying to hold back a quality field behind her. Kelsey fought all the way and left nothing in the tank as she brought the girls home in a still creditable 4th place. Carlotta Weitzel and Shannon Riskey made up a second incomplete but despite not having a third runner both put in good performances.

The U17 boys didn’t have enough to form a complete team but the dynamic duo of “team and vice captain” Marco Arcuri and Charlie Davis more than made up for the short fall with great runs. Marco and Charlie were also tireless in their support of the club, team management and athletes ensuring the course was inspected, numbers handed out and that all athletes were at the starting pen in plenty of time for their leg. They also made light work of the complimentary biscuits and soft drinks on offer!

This weeks girls team managers award goes to Yasmin Marghini for her outstanding opening leg in the U15 girls race, well done.

The boys team managers award goes to Ben Gardiner for his impressive opening leg run despite having done an easy park run the day before!

Many thanks once again to Dave and Hanna Cordell for all their efforts in ensuring our day is comfortable putting up the large BBHAC tent, laying out tables, chairs and refreshments. They make our impressive club look even more impressive. Many thanks also to the scores of family and friends who made the huge effort to get to Birmingham to support their children and the club, thank you very much.

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3 October 2015 - National Road Relays - Sutton Park

 

Full results Ladies

 

1 Elaine Rayner (23) 15:31

2 Amber Reed (24) 16:23

 

Full results Men

 

43 Blackheath & Bromley Harriers ‘A’ 1:57:44

 

1 A BruceLittlewood (18) 17:59

2 William Fuller (20) 18:14

3 Andy Rayner (51) 21:44

4 Danny Brewer (43) 19:14

5 Richard Webb (41) 19:39

6 Thomas Desborough (44) 20:54

 

The senior mens team who had performed well to reach the final were off to a great start with Alex Bruce-Littlewood completing the first leg in 18th place in a time of 17:59 but only 42 seconds down on the leaders. William Fuller 18:14 and only a minute down on the leaders ran a strong leg followed by Andy Rayner with a leg of 21:44, Danner Brewer with 19:44, Richard Webb 19:39 and Tom Desborough bringing the team home to finish in 44th place overall, a very respectable team performance of the 69 finishing teams considering BBHAC had slipped back in the 50s at one stage only to rally at the end. Local rivals Tonbridge AC ensured that the trophy came to Kent as they won the team relay from Derby AC by a narrow 5 second margin.

The senior ladies team began well with Elaine Rayner bring BBHAC back on the first leg in 15:31 for 23rd place and handing over to Amber Reed who ran strongly with 16:23 and holding onto 24th place. Unfortunately on this day BBHAC were unable to field another two athletes to complete the 4 leg race and although both athletes ran outstandingly our race ended prematurely at this stage.

Nick Brooks

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19 September 2015 - SEAA Road Relays, Aldershot

 

The relay Championship season kicked off at a sunny Rushmoor arena, Aldershot with the annual South of England road relays. With Mr & Mrs President in Istanbul with our junior womens team it was left to some of our young athletes to struggle with marking out our territory in the form of our club tent. Thanks to Barnaby, Zoe, Yasmin and Jess’s Dad Mick Neal for their invaluable help in doing the task that Dave and Hanna make look so easy. Once the tent was up Mick then tended to the thick grass painstakingly with a pair of nail scissors. The Cordells would have been proud of out pitch.

Over 40 BBHAC young athletes put in solid performances which sets them up nicely for the National road relays in two weeks time in Birmingham.

The U13 girls couldn't have given us a better start as they cruised home in first place, winning gold by a comfortable margin. Jess Neal led the team off with Morgan Squibb battling out second leg before first year U13 Ellie Dolby powered home in front, running the 3rd fastest time of the day. Very impressive. The second U13 team of Niamh Milmo, Abigail Leeves and Daniella Harper ran well finishing 32nd and Emily Davis completed the squad.

The U13 boys were up next and a mix of experienced, new and first year in the age group boys, fielded two strong teams and finished well in 18th and 26th place.

Sam Reardon , a year young, ran the 9th fastest leg of the day (over 150 in the race). Justin Strover, Eddie Sellar and Charles Winton all making their full debuts for the club, along with Brandon Back, Jake Leng, Alex Sibley and Barnaby Corry completed the line up.

The U15 girls went two places better than last year coming a high fourth place with great runs from Millie Smith, Stephanie Taylor and Kelsi Cornish. The B team of Lily Tappenden, Imogen Meers and Zoe Austridge were 44th and strong runs from Hanna O’Flynn and Claudia Pickup made up the U15 squad.

The U15 boys had two complete teams running and the A team in 19th were Angus Harrington, Michael Eagling, Callum Myatt and Robert Suckling. The B team of George Pope, Cameron Swatton, Leo Braden and Ben Gardiner were 42nd.

Kelsey Fuss, Amy Leach and Yasmin Austridge were the line up for the U17 girls who made the top 10 coming 9th and Carlotta Weitzel, Joanna Clowes and Mary Guy made up the B team finishing 25th.

Five U17 men were in attendance and the scoring four in the A team were led off by Lewis Mills followed by James Crawly, Oscar Hussey and Marco Arcuri. All showed that Mick Jones’s speed drills are paying off as each one of them sprinted superbly to their finish. Charlie Davis ran the first leg but bizarrely lost a shoe on route.

Once again Blackheath & Bromley were fully supported by parents, grandparents and siblings (& dogs!) as always it’s great to see and hear so many of them there.

The Team Managers girls award goes to The U13 winning girls team Jess, Morgan & Ellie. The boys Team Managers award goes to Sam Reardon for his gutsy sub 11 minute run.

We are all now looking forward to the National road relays in Sutton Park Birmingham on Sunday 4th October where we hope to continue this good form.

Paul Austridge

 

Photos from Rod Harrington

 

 

 

Photos

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4 July 2015 - Peach Tree 10k - Atlanta, USA

 

Moment American marathon runner celebrated victory too early and gets beaten to the finish line
by British competitor, Scott Overall 7-07-15

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26 April 2015 - London Mini-Marathon

 

Full results here...

 

Big Smiley face!! says Mick Jones


U13 boys 1st, U15 Boys 1st, U17 Boys 6th, U13 Girls 3rd, U15 Girls 1st, U17 Girls 1st.
Go Team Bromley aka Blackheath and Bromley Harriers.

 


 

Blackheath and Bromley HAC young athletes excelled at todays ‘Virgin Money Giving Mini London Marathon’ borough challenge, most running for Bromley but others for Bexley, Wandsworth, Croydon and City of Westminster.

Bromley had a massively successful day winning four of the six age groups and coming third and sixth in the other two. With 33 boroughs competing this is outstanding.

The top 8 boys and 8 girls are selected by all of the 33 London boroughs for each of the age categories U17, U15 and U13, so the standard is high class.

Over 1500 young London athletes met in the old Billingsgate market where they lined up to race the final three miles of the main London marathon course.

After running along the Embankment, they soon passed the London Eye before seeing Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament in front of them.

A sharp right through Parliament Square, then down Bird Cage Walk heading directly for Buckingham Palace followed by another sharp right turn that had them racing through thousands of cheering supporters up to the finish halfway along the Mall. A great experience.

The winning U13 boys team were led home by a great run from Peter Guy in 5th and Joseph Georgiadis, just behind in 6th. Sam Reardon, with two more years in this age group came a brilliant 14th. Justin Strover was 16th, Leo Braden 33rd, Robert Suckling 39th, Jake Leng 44th (both of Jake’s parents were running the full marathon) and Keir Lundy 56th. Ben Gardiner running for Bexley was a great 30th.

The Bromley U13 girls were 3rd team overall but BBHAC’s Yasmin Marghini running for City of Westminster was a great individual winner. Ellie Dolby, remarkably with two more years in this age group was a fantastic 13th followed closely by a great run from Jess Neal in 14th. Morgan Squibb was a fine 25th, Gracie Horton 28th, Lily Tappenden (chief face, arm and leg painter) 35th, Niamh Milmo 59th, Alice Prentice 69th and Zoe Austridge on her mini marathon debut was 178th.

The U15 boys also won the borough title with Henry Cowie continuing his fine form placing 2nd. Great runs from Micheal Eagling and Angus Harrington 13th and 14th respectively backed up by Lewis Mills in 16th. Oscar Hussey was 51st, Robert Perry (whose dad was doing the London) 71st, Coleman Corry 77th, Callum Myatt 84th. Lewis Stickings 95th and Harry Keene 106th both ran for Bexley while Lewis Warren, 112th ran for Lewisham.

The U15 girls title also went to Bromley with all eight girls from BBHAC. Gold was secured for the team by great runs from Yasmin Austridge 12th, Millie Smith (2 i/c face paint ) 18th, Amy Leach 26th, Stephanie Taylor 34th, Grace Scopes (i/c face paint) 35th, Tammy Falshaw 51st, Megan Bullen 55th, and Carlotta Weitzel 96th.


The race was comfortable won by our own Katy- Ann Mcdonald  running for Wandsworth, Naomi Kingston running for City of Westminster had a great run in13th. Also representing Wandsworth, Madalina Samoila was 23rd and hurdler Kate Purser ran for Croydon coming 178th.

The Bromley U17 boys came a fine 6th and were led home by a strong run from SLH William Bardsley in 3rd. Joss Barber running for Bexley was a great 6th place. Charlie Davis coming back into form was a well placed 38th, Alek Wiltshire 69th, James Crawley and Bertie Harrington on their debuts were 71st and 103rd.


More of a sprinter these days Will Pope came in 141st, Finley Baldwin 161st and Scott Bulmer on his debut mini marathon was 191st.

To top Bromley’s successful day the U17 girls also won team gold with great runs from Niamh Bridson Hubbard in 2nd and Jess Keene in 4th. Kelsey Fuss was 16th, Shannon Riskey 24th , Georgina Taylor 35th, Charlotte Rhule 37th, Joanna Clowes 56th and Mary Guy 82nd. A great set of results.

All these results are a fantastic achievement especially considering the number of boroughs London has.

With many senior BBHAC running the full marathon a lot of the young athletes stayed to support them and it was great to see the Desborough family in full voice on Bird Cage Walk, sharing vital statistics with the less informed!


It won’t be long, I’m sure, before Tom is the other side of the barrier enjoying his first venture over the 26.2 mile course, getting back the level of support he regularly gives the club.

 

Paul

 

Photos from Rod Harrington

 

 

Photos from Tom Desborough

 

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19 April 2014 - Darent Valley 10k

 

Pos-
ition

Bib-
No.

Finish
Time

Chip
Time

Name

Gen-
der

Cat-
egory

Club or Team

Rank

20

267

00:38:27

00:38:23

CHRIS TUCK

M

SM

Blackheath & Bromley AC

1

68

385

00:41:59

00:41:54

STEVEN PAIRMAN

M

M50

Blackheath & Bromley AC

2

104

2359

00:44:07

00:43:57

ADRIAN STOCKS

M

M40

Blackheath & Bromley AC

3

114

2356

00:44:45

00:44:34

STUART CULLUM

M

M40

Blackheath & Bromley AC

4

119

315

00:44:59

00:44:40

MIKE SIMMS

M

M40

Blackheath & Bromley AC

5

204

134

00:48:55

00:48:37

SCOTT BULMER

M

JM

Blackheath & Bromley AC

6

241

133

00:50:12

00:49:54

NIGEL BULMER

M

M50

Blackheath & Bromley AC

7

339

145

00:54:11

00:53:48

JESSE BAILEY

M

SM

Blackheath & Bromley AC

8

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12 April 2015 - Brighton Marathon, Brighton

 

Pos Bib Forename Surname Gender Club GunTime Chip Pos ChipTime
49 389 TONY CROWDER Male Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC 02:55:57 50 02:55:38
1318 8054 Glen Read Male Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC 03:42:37 1159 03:37:02
2654 16730 Trudi Carmichael Female Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC 04:01:57 2233 03:51:45
3826 10112 Max Buttinger Male Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC 04:20:02 4108 04:16:00
5111 6536 Leyla Ari Female Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC 04:38:58 4895 04:26:00

 

Deniz ran but doesn't appear in results - 3:44:08

Zoe Kingsmell finished in 4.43.22

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11 April 2015 - National 6/12 Stage Relays, Sutton Park

 

31st Blackheath And Bromley 4:52:21

 

A BruceLittlewood (5) 27:20
Philip Sesemann (1) 15:29
Danny Brewer (18) 30:45
Steve Cooper (18) 16:33
Peter Tucker (18) 29:43
Richard Webb (16) 16:32
Michael Skinner (36) 38:33
James Poole (34) 16:02
Fintan Parkinson (31) 30:40
Jonathan Vintner (33) 20:04
Daniel Kennedy (30) 31:55
Christopher Tuck (31) 18:45

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3 April 2015 - Folkestone 10

 

2 54:33:00   54:33 Peter Tucker M Senior M Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC
56 01:05:16 01:05:11 Ian Montgomery M 40 to 49 M Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC
103 01:09:25 01:09:22 Steve Pairman M 50 to 59 M Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC
257 01:19:30 01:19:23 Dewiz Mehmed M 50 to 59 M Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC

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29 March 2015 - Spitfire 20

Place Time Name Team Number Chip Grading
316 02:59:49 Angela Powell Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC 1500 02:58:56 62.91
349 03:03:39 Gerry Alger Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC 1002 03:02:46 60.98
379 03:07:58 Leyla Ari Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC 1012 03:07:39 57.22

 

Tempest 10

Place Time Name Team Number Chip Grading
117 01:33:29 Sue Dowse Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC 1173 01:32:36 60.33

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29 March 2015 - Cranleigh 21 miles

Position Runner Name Age Cat. Club Time
2 582 PARKINSON, FINTAN SM Blackheath and Bromley Harriers AC 02:06:53
10 767 MAY, KEV VM40 Blackheath and Bromley Harriers AC   02:12:31
42 229 MONTGOMERRY, IAN VM40 Blackheath and Bromley Harriers AC 02:33:22
108 726 BELAON, SARAH SW Blackheath and Bromley Harriers AC 02:48:27
109 291 MUIR, JAMIE SM Blackheath and Bromley Harriers AC 02:48:36
123 768 STOCKS, ADRIAN VM40 Blackheath and Bromley Harriers AC 02:52:31
156 773 MAY, LISA VW35 Blackheath and Bromley Harriers AC 02:57:08

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29 March 2015 - SEAA 12 Stage Relays, Milton Keynes

Photos from today’s (29/03/15) Southern 12 stage relays at Milton Keynes. In conditions varying from 30mph winds, to torrential rain, to beautiful sunshine

The team has qualified for the national 12 stage.

 

Leg 1: Alex Bruce-Littlewood 24:11
Leg 2: Phil Sesemann 15:43
Leg 3: Peter Tucker 27:04
Leg 4: Richard Webb 16:22
Leg 5: Tom Desborough 29:03
Leg 6: Will Fuller 16:01
Leg 7: Jon Vintner 31:14
Leg 8: Will Ruiz 16:52
Leg 9: Dan Kennedy 27:18
Leg 10: Georges Vacharopoulos 17:28
Leg 11: James Poole 28:45
Leg 12: Rob Yates 18:51

 

Photos from Tom Desborough

 

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29 March 2015 - Paddock Wood Half Marathon

Place Time Name Number Chip
5 01:13:58 Alex Gibbins 1372 01:13:57
6 01:14:09 Ritchie Leccia 1512 01:14:08
14 01:15:41 Daniel Brewer 2129 01:15:40
19 01:16:42 Gareth Evans 1438 01:16:41
46 01:20:06 Tony Crowder 713 01:20:03
98 01:25:20 Len Crowder 2365 01:25:15
114 01:26:12 Carole Penlington 9 01:26:03
319 01:36:31 Adrian Perry 175 01:36:03
344 01:37:24 Mike Simms 567 01:36:20
784 01:50:06 Michael Skinner 2511 01:48:20
856 01:52:21 Nigel Bulmer 380 01:50:31
911 01:53:14 Austin Adams 316 01:51:23
1039 01:56:50 Chris Randall 1439 01:48:52

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15 March 2015 - Dartford half-marathon, Dartford

Peter Tucker wins!

 
Pos
 
Race No
Name Time Net Time Category Cat Pos Second Category Gender Gen Pos
1 536 Peter TUCKER 01:12:49 01:12:49 M U40 1 Male Senior Male 1
44 357 Richard BYFORD 01:27:30 01:27:23 M U40 26 Male Senior Male 42
57 760 Graham Hollingdale 01:29:23 01:28:59 M U40 31 Male Senior Male 54
94 728 Jamie Muir 01:34:36 01:34:14 M U40 44 No Championship Male 87
134 759 Sarah Belaon 01:39:00 01:38:37 F U35 5 No Championship Female 16
136 579 Adrian STOCKS 01:39:26 01:39:03 M40 40 No Championship Male 120
177 742 Deniz Mehmed 01:43:30 01:43:05 M50 28 No Championship Male 150
305 209 Richard GRIFFIN 01:54:33 01:54:09 M60 8 Male 60 Male 245
306 487 Gerry ALGER 01:54:33 01:54:09 M50 52 No Championship Male 246

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14 March 2015 - Thames Meander Marathon. Kingston

28th Stuart Bayley-Dainton......over 40........3.20.39.
86th Glen Read......................over 50........3.38.17.
96th John E Turner.................over 60.........3.40.30.
101st John Fenwick................over 65.........3.42.44.
out of....... 297 finishers.

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8 March 2015 - Lydd half-marathon & Lydd 20 miles, Lydd

Lydd Half Marathon
Maz Turner V60 2:16:23.

Also.....
Lydd 20 Miles.
Adrian Perry V55 2:38:00
John E Turner V60 2:38:18
Angela Powell V45 3:01:38
Sue Dowse V50 3:15:30.

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1 March 2015 - Thanet 20 miles, Ramsgate

Thanet 20 Results
 
Pos Bib Name   G Pos Cat C Pos Club Chip Time Gun Time
 11 292 SHARPE, Paul M 11 Open 9 Blackheath & Bromley AC 02:15:19 02:15:24
 34 240 PENLINGTON, Carole F 5 FV35 3 Blackheath & Bromley AC 02:23:04 02:23:08
 48 440 HOLLINGDALE, Graham M 42 Open 21 Blackheath & Bromley AC 02:28:32 02:28:44
 59 282 MONTGOMERY, Ian M 52 MV40 17 Blackheath & Bromley AC 02:33:37 02:33:46
 64 464 PAIRMAN, Steven M 55 MV50 10 Blackheath & Bromley AC 02:34:53 02:35:00
 82 280 TOBIN, Alexis M 69 MV40 23 Blackheath & Bromley AC 02:41:18 02:41:33
 83 275 BELAON, Sarah F 14 Open 6 Blackheath & Bromley AC 02:41:41 02:41:55
 97 444 READ, Glen M 79 MV50 18 Blackheath & Bromley AC 02:44:24 02:44:41
 107 442 TURNER, John M 83 MV60 5 Blackheath & Bromley AC 02:47:01 02:47:14
 119 278 MEHMED, Deniz M 92 MV50 22 Blackheath & Bromley AC 02:48:29 02:48:42
 132 291 GRIFFIN, Gareth M 103 Open 39 Blackheath & Bromley AC 02:49:51 02:50:04
 138 480 MUIR, Jamie M 109 Open 42 Blackheath & Bromley AC 02:51:04 02:51:20
 145 311 PIKE, Chris M 112 MV60 7 Blackheath & Bromley AC 02:52:27 02:52:40
 156 330 STOCKS, Adrian M 119 MV40 42 Blackheath & Bromley AC 02:54:30 02:54:41
 158 228 KING, David M 120 MV50 28 Blackheath & Bromley AC 02:54:25 02:54:44
 164 283 FENWICK, John M 124 MV60 8 Blackheath & Bromley AC 02:57:34 02:57:49
 194 334 ALGER, Gerry M 142 MV50 36 Blackheath & Bromley AC 03:08:26 03:08:42
 205 220 GRIFFIN, Richard M 152 MV60 11 Blackheath & Bromley AC 03:13:17 03:13:34
 256 229 KINGSMELL, Zoe F 79 FV45 24 Blackheath & Bromley AC 03:50:35 03:50:51

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28 February 2015 - Bromley Trials for the London Mini-Marathon

Over 40 Blackheath & Bromley juniors were involved in the Borough of Bromley trials for the London Mini-Marathon in April. Competition was fierce for a place in the squad in what has arguably become the premier junior road running event of the calendar.

Photos from Rod Harrington

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22 February 2015 - Tokyo Marathon, Japan

Sheila Schofield completed the Tokyo marathon on Sunday 22nd Feb In a time of 3.40.59 a personal best aged 51.

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