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Road Running & Road Relays results & Information for 2016

 

23 April 2017 - London Marathon

2016 Parris Handicap 8-09-16

8 October 2016 - Petts Wood 10k 10-10-16

8 October 2016 - National Road Relays - Sutton Park 10-10-16

2 October 2016 - Tonbridge 1/2 Marathon - Tonbridge 3-10-16

25 September 2016 - SEAA 6 stage Road Relays - Bedford 28-09-16

5 June 2016 - Staplehurst 10k inc. Kent 10k Championships 13-06-16

30 May 2016 -  Vitality London 10,000 30-05-16

29 May 2016 - Edinburgh Marathon  31-05-16

22 May 2016 -  Chislehurst Half Marathon 23-05-16

18 May 2016 -  Beckenham RC Team Road Relays, Beckenham 19-05-16

14 May 2016 - BMAF Road Relays, Sutton Park 16-05-16

4-10 May 2016 - EMU 6 day World Trophy Balatonfüred, Hungary 10-05-16

2 May 2016 - Ted Pepper 10k - Norman Park 4-05-16

24 April 2016 - London Mini-Marathon 10-05-16

24 April 2016 - London Marathon 24-04-16

16 April 2016 - National Road Relays Sutton Coldfield

3 April 2016 - Paddock Wood Half Marathon 4-04-16

20 March 2016 - Southern Road Relays Gravesend 24-03-16

 


8 October 2016 - Petts Wood 10k

 

GunPos No Forename Surname Gender Cat Chip Pos Chip Time GunTime
16 236 Jessica Keene F 15 17 00:38:48 00:38:49
44 872 Robert Perry M 15 47 00:42:32 00:42:32
56 859 Steven Pairman M 50 54 00:42:51 00:43:17
73 933 Mike Simms M 45 64 00:43:22 00:44:36
76 626 Steve Evenden M   79 00:44:27 00:44:56
77 756 Paul Kerekgyarto M 40 81 00:44:30 00:44:58
102 961 Iain Swatton M 50 108 00:45:50 00:46:21
109 586 Stuart Cullum M 45 106 00:45:43 00:46:57
121 871 Adrian Perry M 55 115 00:46:09 00:47:28
136 428 Jenny Tomei F   131 00:46:50 00:48:06
139 875 Christopher Pike M 60 130 00:46:50 00:48:08
141 765 Marc Knowles M 40 135 00:47:01 00:48:15
145 537 Robert Brown M 65 143 00:47:15 00:48:31
158 1001 Barry Wetherilt M 60 158 00:47:45 00:49:04
194 675 Richard Griffin M 65 195 00:48:53 00:50:12
212 482 Austin Adams M 50 226 00:49:44 00:51:03
223 543 Nigel Bulmer M 50 233 00:50:02 00:51:21
240 544 Scott Bulmer M 15 250 00:50:45 00:52:04
368 907 Neil Roberts M 45 369 00:54:46 00:57:10
371 748 Mick Keene M 55 343 00:53:57 00:57:14
427 775 John Leeson M 55 518 00:59:25 00:59:25
433 760 Andrew Kingsmell M 45 422 00:56:14 00:59:40
498 345 Karen Perry F 50 530 00:59:42 01:02:02
627 243 Zoe Kingsmell F 50 639 01:03:36 01:07:02

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8 October 2016 - National Road Relays - Sutton Park


Under 15 silver medal running team of Lia Radus, Morgan Squibb and Sophie Hoare
Photo by Jonathan Hoare

The venue was the same and the distance ran was the same but this years National Road Relays at Sutton Park, Birmingham, had a very different feel as all races, senior and young athletes, were squeezed into one day. Blackheath and Bromley’s young athletes have done well at these championships over the last few years and so expectations were high and our youngsters didn’t disappoint.

First off were the U13 boys and five minutes later the U13 girls race also started making for very different racing conditions and slightly confusing for the spectators as the races developed.

Sam Reardon had a strong run on leg 1 (clocking a time nearly 30 seconds faster than last year) in one of the fastest U13 legs of the day and handed over to young Ben Campbell on leg 2. Ben competing in his 1st National Road Relays showed great determination and looked comfortable handing over to Tom Brash in a great 9th place. Tom clawed back the field and brought the team home in an impressive 6th place. The U13 boys are so strong we were able to field two further teams and they finished 21st and 45th. Thomas Penlington had a great opening leg in the B team handing to Max Gregson who overtook 8 teams to pass over to Matt Smith who continued to pass another 3 teams finishing in 21st. The C team was led out by Alex Sibley who had a strong first leg (running 30 seconds quicker than last year) passing over to Nick Paddington on leg 2. Nick’s good run left Callum Carlton to bring the team home having run a strong final leg as well.

The U13 boys were involved in the first of two running shorts incidents when one boy discovered (to his horror!) that he had forgotten to put his shorts on under his tracksuit. A quick dash to the sports clothing tent soon corrected the decision and got us wondering whether that was the young athletes intention all along!

The U13 girls also have a strong squad and the trio of Daniella Harper, Maayan Radus and Ellie Dolby combined well to finish a high 6th place. Daniella did well finishing 21st on leg one despite being knocked about badly on leg one. Maayan made up a further 10 places handing over to Ellie in 11th. Ellie gave chase and caught 5 other teams crossing the line in 6th, having run the 6th fastest leg of the day. The B team had to make last minute order changes and Amarisa Sibley, to her credit, took it all in her stride as she took on the opening leg handing over to Ella Smith who ran well passing over to Olivia Berry bringing the team home in 32nd. Kelsey Pullin, cheered on by her travelling supporters club, ran well on leg 1 passing over to the versatile Sofia Elliot but unfortunately they didn’t have a third runner to complete their team.

Next up were the U15’s, boys first then five minutes later the girls. Joe Georgiadis continued his great form with a blistering opening leg (and 10th fastest of the day) handing over to Oscar Heaney Brufal who had an equally strong leg passing three teams and giving third leg runner Peter Guy an outside chance of getting among the medals. Peter set off in his usual gutsy fashion and clawed back one of his opponents and had his eyes set on Tonbridge in third. Unfortunately, Tonbridge gave nothing away and left Peter and his team with a still fantastic 4th place finish.

The B team opened up with Cameron Swatton on leg 1 working hard on the 3.8k circuit, passing to Ben Gardiner on leg 2 who had a brilliant run swallowing up a massive 17 places and handing over to Robert Suckling. Robert continued the momentum moving up another 8 places and crossing the line in 24th place as an impressive 3rd B team. Keir Lundy set off on leg 1 of the C team clocking a fast time and handing the reigns to Jake Leng who passed 6 clubs on his way to a fast leg but like the U13 girls we were one short of completing the scoring team.

The second shorts incident occurred with U15 boys as another pair went missing. On hand to sort this one was our very own president who kindly donated his own pair. I’m not sure if these were hastily removed from the President’s body or kit bag! President Bill Fosters kit is used to running fast and yesterday was no exception as they flew around the Sutton Coldfield course albeit on a far younger model.

BB U15 girls are strong and plentiful and were tremendous despite having to compete along side the busy boys race. The A team of Lia Radus, Morgan Squibb and Sophie Hoare were brilliant as they battled their way to a marvellous silver. Lia led off well despite not feeling 100% and handed over to Morgan who battled well taking seven places passing to Sophie who had the 3rd fastest run of the day overtaking two teams and just missing gold by the smallest of margins. A great team effort. The B team of Lily Tappenden, Amy Miller and Zoe White combined brilliantly to be the first B team home. On 1st leg Lily had a strong run before handing to Amy Miller who carved through the field jumping 30 places during her leg then passing to Zoe to bring the team home in 16th place but importantly as 1st B team. The C team all ran well, with a recent international to her name Isabelle Bridge leading them off followed by a good leg from Gracie Horton consolidating their position and Emily Davis gaining 9 places crossing the line in 53rd position. Niamh Milmo had a great run as our only reperesntive in the D team. The U15 girls are a large and strong squad.

Without time to draw breath the U17 boys and five minutes later the U17 girls were off. Callum Myatt started out with a positive leg on one passing to Oscar Hussey who made up 8 places with a great leg before passing to Charlie Andrews who also made up places and brought the team home in a satisfactory 26th place. Lewis Mills lead an incomplete team off on leg one and recorded the quickest U17 time of the day.

The U17 girls all ran well finishing an impressive 7th with Millie Smith having a great opening leg run passing to Lottie Weitzel holding her own, then Amy Leach gained three positions finishing strongly in 7th.

Stephanie Taylor on leg 1 and Grace Scopes gaining 7 places on leg 2 had strong runs in the incomplete B team.

There were no U20 categories so our U20’s had to run in the senior ranks and Niamh Bridson Hubbard and Jess Keene held their own with Amber Reed and Elaine Rayner and helped the team to a positive 16th National finish.

In the senior mens race U20 Will Fuller helped the team finish in a reasonable 43rd.

Athletics aside the highlight of the day must be hearing the news that past president and Norman Park track manager Ken Daniel offered and bought someone a cup of tea!

Blackheath support is always strong and these National Championships were no exception. Our tent had prime position on the finish straight care of Dave and Hanna Cordell and Ken. Dozens of parents, grand parents, siblings and friends all made the six hour round trip to support our athletes and huge thanks go to all who made the effort that get our athletes to the venue on time and especially to John Reardon, Paul Brash, Mick Gregson and Nick Swatton who brought many of the athletes with them.

We now have two Kent league fixtures before the enjoyable cross country relays at Mansfield on bonfire day 5th November.
Paul

 

Photos from Jay Galley

 

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2 October 2016 - Tonbridge 1/2 Marathon - Tonbridge

 
Pl.
Bib Name Club Cat Net Time By cat.
5 1035 Andrew RAYNER Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC SM 01:17:21 5
17 1046 Christopher TUCK Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC SM 01:24:17 16
33 1142 Tony CROWDER Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC M40 01:26:36 15
107 1256 Steven PAIRMAN Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC M50 01:33:08 19
148 407 Mike SIMMS Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC M40 01:36:40 46
195 1293 Adrian PERRY Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC M50 01:39:29 41
229 1050 Mark ELLISON Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC M50 01:41:31 46
277 1286 Damian HAYES Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC M40 01:44:03 82

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25 September 2016 - SEAA 6 stage Road Relays - Bedford

Results here http://www.seaa.org.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=57&Itemid=64 

Videos of all races here http://www.tacdistancerunners.com/south-of-england-road-relay-championships-sunday-25th-september.html 

Bedford Autodrome was the venue for this year’s South of England road relays and despite poor organisation BBHAC young athletes produced some excellent individual and team performances winning two brilliant team silver medals.

The race schedule was different this year with the U13 boys first off and five minutes later the U13 girls start. With the boys doing 4 x 3k legs and the girls doing 3 x 3k legs many of the athletes (boys and girls) crossed the line together, making for a rather confusing finish.

We fielded two strong U13 boys teams. The A team saw Sam Reardon open up on leg one with a very strong run (6th fastest of the day) passing to Tom Brash who had an equally strong run. Next up were two first year in the age group boys Max Gregson and Ben Campbell and they more than held their own in stiff winds and even stiffer competition helping the team to a great 6th place finish. The B team of Alex Sibley, Matt Smith, Barnaby Corry and Oliver Robertson all had positive runs and collectively finished a good 27th.

The U13 girls A team of Daniella Harper, Mayaan Radus and Ellie Dolby ran superbly, winning fantastic silver team medals. The U13 B team had to make a quick, late number change (clerical error by SEAA) on the start line but the three girls Sophia Elliot, Lily Meers and Olivia Berry did well finishing 40th. The U13 girls squad is strong enough to have a C team and Ella Smith, Amarisa Sibley and Hanna Clark combined well to finish in 33rd and Amelia Middleton made a great debut running a fast first leg, completed the U13 girls squad.

The U15 boys fielded two strong teams and the A team of Joe Georgiadis (running the 9th fastest leg of the day), Robert Suckling, Ben Gardiner and Peter Guy just missed out on bronze crossing the line in an impressive 4th place. The B team of Cameron Swatton, Keir Lundy, Justin Strover and Jake Leng were equally impressive finishing high up in 25th position.

The U15 girls had large numbers running and the A team matched the U13 girls, winning a brilliant team silver. Great runs from Amy Miller, Morgan Squibb (4th fastest leg of the day) and Lia Radus (3rd fastest leg of the day). The B team of Lily Tappenden, Zoe White and Jess Neal ran well finishing inside the top twenty in 18th place. The C team crossed the line in 45th with Emily Davis leading off passing over to English school bronze medalist Isabelle Bridge and Abigail Leeves on last leg. Niamh Milmo had a good lead off leg run completing the U15 girls squad.

A strong quartet of U17 boys finished high up in 14th place after a great opening leg by Callum Myatt, passing to a strong running Oscar Hussey who passed to Charlie Andrews supported by his whole family. Anchor leg was taken by “club man” Coleman Corry (despite a recent heavy competition schedule and a planned rest that was rudely interrupted) when “called to arms” and duly took up the challenge enabling the team to record this solid result.

Mille Smith, Amy Leach and Stephanie Taylor were the line up for the U17 girls who finished a respectable 11th while Lottie Wietzel ran a solid opening leg to complete the U17 girls squad.

There are no U20 races at these Championships and so our U20’s chose to race with the seniors and what an impact they made. Jess Keene ran the BBHAC senior leg one and had a superb run finishing a very strong 3rd just behind GB International Jess Judd. Niamh Bridson Hubbard also had a brilliant run holding onto 3rd place in a very competitive field. The seniors will be glad when Jess and Niamh are fully fledged seniors.

The boys were not to be out done as U20 Will Fuller brought his Senior BBHAC team home in first place on the second leg having run the 15th quickest time of the day from a field of nearly 400 top class seniors.

We now look forward to the National road relays in Sutton Park Birmingham on Saturday 8th October where we hope to continue this good form.

Paul

 

We finished in 14th place and qualified a team for the National Championship on the 8th October. (See results below).

http://seaa.org.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=57&Itemid=64

Some great performances from Phil Sesemann and Will Fuller had us leading the race after 2 legs.
Danny Brewer took over on leg 3 like a rabbit caught in headlights and perhaps would have run quicker if he realised it was only 1 lap.

Dan Kennedy and Peter Tucker ran solid legs, the latter having suffered from a bout of man flu earlier in the week.

Andy Rayner consolidated the team position gaining 1 place on the last leg.

14 Blackheath & Bromley H 1:54:11
Phil Seseman 17:31 4
Will Fuller 17:45 1
Danny Brewer 20:00 12
Danny Kennedy 19:49 15
Peter Tucker 19:54 15
Andy Rayner 19:12 14

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5 June 2016 - Staplehurst 10k inc. Kent 10k Championships

Full results here...

1

33:44

33:44

Peter Tucker http://www.runbritainrankings.com/images/strava/strava16x16.png

SB

V35

M

Blackheath & Bromley

105

42:51

42:39

Mike Simms

PB

V45

M

Blackheath & Bromley

 

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30 May 2016 -  Vitality London 10,000

224
Chris Tuck (GBR)  Blackheath & Bromley AC  209 18 - 39 171 00:35:52
271 Jonathan Vintner (GBR)  Blackheath & Bromley AC  249 18 - 39 200 00:36:32
344   Carole Penlington (GBR)  Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC  37 40 - 44 00:37:25
768 Sarah Belaon (GBR)  Blackheath & Bromley AC  118 18 - 39 96 00:40:59
1006 Jennifer Neal (GBR)  Blackheath & Bromley AC  164 45 - 49 12 00:42:27
2223 Timothy Ward (GBR)  Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC  398 45 - 49 38 00:47:30
2238 Ronnie Chung (GBR)  Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC  1832 18 - 39 1128 00:47:33
2554 Kieth Duffy-Penny (GBR)  Blackheath & Bromley  2066 50 - 54 170 00:48:40
4036 Isobel Harrington (GBR)  Blackheath & Bromley AC  979 50 - 54 56 00:52:42
6763 Jannet Ricketts (GBR)  Blackheath & Bromley AC  2296 45 - 49 258 00:58:47
8048 Maz Turner (GBR)  Blackheath & Bromley AC  3073 65 - 69 10 01:02:10

 

Photos from Rod Harrington

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29 May 2016 - Edinburgh Marathon

401 Steven Pairman (1452) 3h 16m 44s
857 Mark Ellison (2464) 3h 31m 18s

Will Brindley 3h 37m 37s

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22 May 2016 -  Chislehurst Half Marathon

Position No. Finish Time Chip Time Name Gender Category Club or Team
4 220 01:23:28 01:23:27 TONY CROWDER M M40 Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC
51 70 01:42:28 01:41:43 STEVE EVENDEN M SM Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC
61 433 01:43:59 01:43:12 MIKE SIMMS M M40 Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC
66 344 01:44:39 01:43:56 CHRIS PIKE M M60 Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC
74 240 01:46:07 01:45:55 PAUL KEREKGYARTO M SM Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC
80 360 01:47:16 01:46:59 DAVE LEAL M M50 Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC
122 13 01:52:29 01:51:41 AUSTIN ADAMS M M50 Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC
160 303 01:57:51 01:57:34 JOHN ISAACS M M70 Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC
180 352 01:59:46 01:58:55 KIETH DUFFY-PENNY M M50 Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC
209 46 02:03:53 02:03:13 NIGEL BULMER M M50 Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC
333 47 02:34:02 02:33:21 SCOTT BULMER M JM Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC

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18 May 2016 -  Beckenham RC Team Road Relays, Beckenham

Full results are here...

3 laps of 2.6miles – each lap undulating on roads and paths, starting and finishing in Beckenham Place Park Golf Course
   
         
Team Leg 1 Leg 2 Leg 3 Time  
4 Blackheath & Bromley Harriers Junior Men Marco Arcuri 14:20 Callum Alyatt 15:35  Angus Harrington 14:10  00:44:05  
14 Blackheath & Bromley Harriers Beckenham Chapter Richard Byford 15:49 Tim Ayers 16:25  Chris Tuck 15:01  00:47:15  
23 Blackheath & Bromley Harriers Ben Roger Beswick 15:24  Luca Ercolani 15:39  Jenny Neal 17:36  00:48:39  
40 Blackheath & Bromley Harriers Beb Sarah Belaon 17:09  Sara Elmqvist 18:15  Carole Penlington 16:57  00:52:21  
43 Blackheath & Bromley Harriers Mat Andy Lawes 17:19  Tracey Ashenden 19:36  Marc Knowles 15:48  00:52:43  
50 Blackheath & Bromley Harriers Ps Adrian Stocks 16:43  Angela Powell 20:18  Brian Donnelly 17:03  00:54:04  
59 Blackheath & Bromley Harriers Map Robert Minting 17:22  Luigi Arcuri 19:54  Chris Pike 18:04  00:55:20  
60 Blackheath & Bromley Harriers Gbr Graham Hollingdale 16:02  Neil Roberts 20:59  Barry Wetherilt 18:23  00:55:24  
62 Blackheath & Bromley Harriers Wat Alex Tobin 17:32  Ozzie Adams 19:39  Nigel Wood 18:33  00:55:44  
63 Blackheath & Bromley Harriers Pack Steve Pairman 16:45  Mark Compton 20:22  Paul Kerekgyart 18:43  00:55:50  
64 Blackheath & Bromley Harriers Dadam Mike Simms 17:35  Dave Leal 19:24  David Carton 19:01  00:56:00  
66 Blackheath & Bromley Harriers Haa Clayton Aves 15:58  Andy Kingsmell 22:09  Nigel Haffenden 18:09  00:56:16  
67 Blackheath & Bromley Harriers Zep Paul Sharpe 15:45  Zoe Kingsmell 22:35  Steve Evenden 17:59  00:56:19  
77 Blackheath & Bromley Harriers Ribb David Beadle 16:35  Jannet Ricketts 22:54  Rob Brown 18:52  00:58:21  
         
Mens
         
1. Tonbridge AC – A (42:54)          
2. Tunbridge Wells Harriers – A (43:02)          
3. Petts Wood Runners – G1 (43:04)          
         
Ladies          
1. South London Harriers – Ladies A (49:37)          
2. Petts Wood Runners – Ladies 1 (49:42)          
3. Blackheath & Bromley Harriers – Beb (52:21)          
         
Mixed          
1. Striders of Croydon – Mixed (44:19)          
2. Dulwich – Mixed (47:31)          
3. Orpington Road Runners – Orr Hares (48:23)          
         
There were some amazing leg times, the fastest being:          
Male: Roger Vilardell (Petts Wood Runners) 13:31          
Female: Rachel Lindley (Striders of Croydon) 15:29

Fourteen B&B teams competed in Beckenham Running Club’s 3x2.6m relay in Beckenham Place Park on a humid, then wet, evening. 1st home for the club in a highly impressive 4th overall out of 118 teams were the Junior Men’s trio of Marco, Callum and Angus, with the self-styled ‘Beckenham Chapter’ next home in 14th overall (and, they say, first to the bar). Our ladies team of Sarah, Sara and Carole finished 3rd in their category, while the mixed team of Roger, Luca and Jenny missed out on 3rd in that category by just 16 seconds. The remaining teams were picked, as much as possible, with a view to aggregate times being similar and the handicapper was therefore satisfied that seven of them finish within one minute, with some especially close finishes between individual teams. Paul Sharpe was a notably predicable and consistent performer, finishing 2 seconds inside his handicap on Leg 1 before substituting for an injured club mate on Leg 3, with a time only 3 seconds slower.

To prove my impartiality my team finished last of the 14. Sorry Jannet and Rob!

David Beadle

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14 May 2016 - BMAF Road Relays, Sutton Park

13th Blackheath And Bromley W35 1:21:37

 

1 Carole Penlington (7) 18:14
2 Jennie Butler (11) 21:12
3 Sara Elmqvist (12) 21:22
4 Jenny Neal (13) 20:49

 

10th Blackheath & Bromley H M35 1:41:37

 

1 Fintan Parkinson (29) 17:03
2 Peter Tucker (15) 16:01
3 Luca Ercolani (18) 17:54
4 Alex Gibbins (11) 15:55
5 Steve Cooper (12) 18:31
6 Michael Skinner (10) 16:13

 

 

 

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4-10 May 2016 - EMU 6 day World Trophy Balatonfüred, Hungary

So you thought 26.2 miles was a long way... spare a thought for John E Turner, he started at 12:00 Wednesday 4 May 2016 and finishes at 12:00 Tuesday 10 May 2016. Yes, it's a six day race the 2016 EMU 6 day World Trophy Balatonfüred, Hungary.

 

You can check on his achievements here....

 

He set a new PB for 48 hours - 144.906 km, he's heading towards 325 km at the finish.

 

He has finished! 325.829 km = 202.460754 miles

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3 April 2016 - Paddock Wood Half Marathon

Place Name Team Category Number Chip
19 Alex Gibbins Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Senior Men 787 01:15:40
26 Ross Braden Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Senior Men 5054 01:17:07
38 Tony Crowder Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Men 40-49 1539 01:18:55
53 Chris Tuck Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Senior Men 92 01:21:17
65 Len Crowder Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Men 40-49 1539 01:22:54
172 Steve Pairman Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Men 50-59 2189 01:29:39
228 Mike Simms Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Men 40-49 1480 01:32:20
261 Jennifer Neal Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Ladies 45-54 1372 01:33:54
269 Steve Evenden Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Senior Men 2115 01:34:14
319 Mark Ellison Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Men 50-59 2193 01:36:10
496 Stuart Cullum Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Men 40-49 2164 01:42:51
640 Austin Adams Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Men 50-59 1756 01:47:18
697 Angela Powell Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Ladies 45-54 1522 01:48:35
930 Nigel Bulmer Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Men 50-59 1668 01:55:16
1320 Andrew Kingsmell Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Men 40-49 1387 02:04:15
1331 Richard Griffin Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC Vet Men 60-69 2010 02:04:42

 

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20 March 2016 - Sothern Road Relays Gravesend

The Senior Men's team qualified for the National 12 stage road relays with a 19th place finish at Southern road relays. Full Results...

We are now looking to send the strongest team possible to the Nationals, which takes place on Saturday April 16th. This is a great final blow out for those running London Marathon or preparing for the track season.

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