British and Irish Masters Cross Country – 22 November 2014
It is great to see so many Doncaster AC athletes competing at this event with some fantastic results, full results here.
Men aged 50 to 54 – winning time 26:30
Simon Wright finished in 5th place (4th England athlete to finish) with a time of 27:10. Simon was part of the first team to finish helping England to 1st place.
Open 6k – winning time 22:16
Jayne Baldwin finished in 7th place (2nd in age group) with a time of 24:34.
Philip Bussey finished in 8th place (1st in age group) with a time of 24:39.
Caroline Wheelhouse finished in 10th place (1st in age group) with a time of 25:02.
Open 8k – winning time 26:03
Kev Newman finished in 19th place (4th in age group) with a time of 29:45.
Mick Page finished in 30th place (1st in age group) with a time of 31:12.
Barnsley – 23 November 2014
Dean Watson ran a seasons best, Martin James ran a PB of 49 seconds, thanks to Jonathan for his advice at the start (who ran his 2nd fastest 10k of the year), Paul had a good run, Rose found it quite a tough course. Good to see Michael Wakefield getting back into it.
Full results here.
|1||Tadele Geremew Mulugeta – Elswick||M||31:01||31:01|
|13||Jilly Woodthorpe – Barnsley AC||F35||35:16||35:16|
Clowne Half Marathon – 23 November 2014
Three DAC athletes completed this half marathon, well done fellas, full results here:
|1||1:12:30||Chris Hordon – Leicester||SM||1:12:30|
Rugged Radnage – 16 November 2014
Martin Hookway ran this off road 10k, he said “Well that’s another awesome run at the Rugged Radnage, thanks to everyone for putting on another great day with friends and even better to share it with my lovely wife this year. She may have hated me at 5am this morning when the alarm went off… and during the 3hr drive to London… annnnnnd while she was “running” up some serious hills while sliding through the mud…. but she’s smiling now. She did me proud. Cracking determination Susan on a really challenging 10k”
We look forward to welcoming Susan to the Doncaster Pacers soon.
Martin finished in 135th place with a time of 52:35. Susan finished in 362 place with a time of 1:19:50. 374 runners finished.
At the Hull parkrun Paul Brown ran with his granddaughter finishing with a time of 36:53.
At Pontefract George and dad James Westerman had good runs, both new to the course..
|8||George WESTERMAN||20:15||JM11-14||71.60 %||M||7||Doncaster AC||First Timer!||14|
|27||James WESTERMAN||22:45||VM40-44||60.88 %||M||23||Doncaster AC||First Timer!||15|
Doncaster parkrun has been nominated for the town’s Community Group of the Year at the Doncaster CVS Community & Voluntary Sector Awards 2014. Its easy to vote just email doncaster parkrun to email@example.com. Every week up to 10 people give up 2 hours of time to this event so if you enjoy the parkrun please vote.
At Doncaster the grassed area was wet and muddy (good cross country training). George was first to finish (and has been 1st 11 times now and a top 3 position 32 times). First DAC lady was Karey who was second lady to finish.
No PB’s for DAC runners this week but welcome to Malcolm LEGGETT who took part for the first time, welcome also to Jody BREEZE who has run it before but has been missed off the results. 148 DAC runners have now taken part!
|1||George PHILLIPS||19:05||JM15-17||72.93 %||M||1||Doncaster AC||PB stays at 00:17:42||47|
|5||Joseph PHILLIPS||21:06||JM11-14||68.72 %||M||5||Doncaster AC||PB stays at 00:19:15||20|
|6||Joe LAW||21:18||JM11-14||68.08 %||M||6||Doncaster AC||PB stays at 00:20:21||4|
|13||Simon PARKIN||22:48||VM45-49||62.21 %||M||12||Doncaster AC||PB stays at 00:20:54||9|
|14||Malcolm LEGGETT||22:53||VM55-59||67.73 %||M||13||Doncaster AC||First Timer!||1|
|23||Karey MILES||24:19||VW35-39||62.51 %||F||2||Doncaster AC||PB stays at 00:23:12||19|
|45||Jody BREEZE||29:37||VW40-44||52.34 %||F||7||Doncaster AC||PB stays at 00:29:04||8|
Some races to enter
SY Cross Country – Winter Hill, Kimberworth – 14 December 2014
Ward Green 6 – 28 December 2014
If you want any news / results including on this weekly update please email it to Martin James, thanks