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Stuart wins Great Wishford 10k - Salisbury AC round-up PDF Print E-mail
Athletics - City of Salisbury A&RC
Written by Sport4Salisbury Reporter   
Monday, 11 September 2017 14:01

SALISBURY Athletics Club’s Stuart Holloway was victorious in the Great Wishford 10k, registering a notably quick 36.05 minutes - fully five minutes clear of his closest challenger, Winchester AC's Ian Berry-Bowers.

Mark Glanville was fourth in 42.55, while in the women’s race, Ruth Thom also won by an impressive margin, crossing the line in a speedy 46.06.

At ten times the distance, the Thames Path 100k from Putney to Henley is a huge challenge of endurance. Phil Perry was unfazed, finishing in 11 hours and 27.10 minutes.

Jef Hutchby completed his fifth marathon in three months at the hilly off-road ‘Bad Cow’ event in Dorset, where he was timed at 6:10.32, not far behind the 6.04.55 of both Kathryn Dreyer and Jeanette Hardiman, and 5:54.30 of Liz Roberts, the latter having run a 12-mile warm-up event on the same terrain in 2:29.23.

In the half-marathon version, Steven Mitchell clocked 1:57.24 and Denise von Roretz 2:28.39.

At the Great North Run half-marathon in Newcastle, Richard Larcombe was among the 41,000 finishers and recorded 1:40.29, while Sue Sheppard and Wendy Lucas were timed at 3:23.06.

Over the same distance at Chippenham, Ian Shelley was well up the big field with 1:32.47 and Andy Budgell was not far behind in 1:38.19.

Chrissy Gorham was Salisbury’s only representative in the Farnham Pilgrim marathon, clocking 5.12.

Finally in the New Forest, Lee Syrett was the club’s best in the half marathon in 1:29.37, followed by Stuart Robertson 1:44.09 and Jana Tomblin 2:26.21; marathon times were Peter Manning 4:00.33, Di Cross 4:45.47 and Rebecca Lockwood 4:53.23; and in the 10k Jackie Chlebowski 61.53 and Carol Cheblowski 62.26.

 

Report by John Ruskin

Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 September 2017 05:02
 
Brown leads the way for Salisbury athletes at road race league opener PDF Print E-mail
Athletics - City of Salisbury A&RC
Written by Sport4Salisbury Reporter   
Saturday, 09 September 2017 16:16

COLD and wet conditions greeted 500 runners at the first of the new season’s Hampshire Road Race League fixtures, the Overton five-mile.

More than 20 keen City of Salisbury athletes took part and fastest was Shaun Brown, who crossed the line on the hilly, twisting course in a good time of 27.53 minutes to secure seventh place overall, putting the men’s A team on a good footing.

Then came James Mills with 30.00, Lee Syrett 30.08 and Mike Brewster 30.43 to complete the scoring foursome.

Sally Greenslade was quickest of the club’s women - her 36.25, supported by Sarah Brewster’s 36.39, and Jane Whiteley’s 43.14, completed the A team.

The men’s tightly grouped B team comprised Jonathan Croom with 31.07, Angus Paton 31.54, Peter Callanan 32.06 and Nick Cooke 32.30.

Other Salisbury finishers were James Ballard 33.15, Jon Kershaw 34.34, Richard Larcombe 34.40, Phil Perry 36.15, Jason Bennett 37.25, Steve Mitchell 37.27, Nick Willetts 37.58, Barry Vincent 40.01, Paul Slaughter 40.34, Di Cross 43.39, Richard Bidmead  46.15 and Colin Martin 49.41.

The next league fixture is the Solent half-marathon on September 24.

On a much kinder day, City of Salisbury’s speedy young Beatrice Wood smashed the parkrun course record at Churchill Gardens. Among 440 finishers, she not only took first place overall in 17.21 minutes, but also set a personal best plus a new age grading record, leaving many more senior runners, male and female, in her wake.

 

Report by John Ruskin

Last Updated on Saturday, 09 September 2017 06:18
 
Brown leads the way for Salisbury athletes at road race league opener PDF Print E-mail
Athletics - City of Salisbury A&RC
Written by Sport4Salisbury Reporter   
Wednesday, 06 September 2017 00:10

COLD and wet conditions greeted 500 runners at the first of the new season’s Hampshire Road Race League fixtures, the Overton five-mile.

More than 20 keen City of Salisbury athletes took part and fastest was Shaun Brown, who crossed the line on the hilly, twisting course in a good time of 27.53 minutes to secure seventh place overall, putting the men’s A team on a good footing.

Then came James Mills with 30.00, Lee Syrett 30.08 and Mike Brewster 30.43 to complete the scoring foursome.

Sally Greenslade was quickest of the club’s women - her 36.25, supported by Sarah Brewster’s 36.39, and Jane Whiteley’s 43.14, completed the A team.

The men’s tightly grouped B team comprised Jonathan Croom with 31.07, Angus Paton 31.54, Peter Callanan 32.06 and Nick Cooke 32.30.

Other Salisbury finishers were James Ballard 33.15, Jon Kershaw 34.34, Richard Larcombe 34.40, Phil Perry 36.15, Jason Bennett 37.25, Steve Mitchell 37.27, Nick Willetts 37.58, Barry Vincent 40.01, Paul Slaughter 40.34, Di Cross 43.39, Richard Bidmead  46.15 and Colin Martin 49.41.

The next league fixture is the Solent half-marathon on September 24.

On a much kinder day, City of Salisbury’s speedy young Beatrice Wood smashed the parkrun course record at Churchill Gardens. Among 440 finishers, she not only took first place overall in 17.21 minutes, but also set a personal best plus a new age grading record, leaving many more senior runners, male and female, in her wake.

 

Report by John Ruskin

 
Brown leads the way for Salisbury athletes at road race league opener PDF Print E-mail
Athletics - City of Salisbury A&RC
Written by Sport4Salisbury Reporter   
Monday, 04 September 2017 06:04

COLD and wet conditions greeted 500 runners at the first of the new season’s Hampshire Road Race League fixtures, the Overton five-mile.

More than 20 keen City of Salisbury athletes took part and fastest was Shaun Brown, who crossed the line on the hilly, twisting course in a good time of 27.53 minutes to secure seventh place overall, putting the men’s A team on a good footing.

Then came James Mills with 30.00, Lee Syrett 30.08 and Mike Brewster 30.43 to complete the scoring foursome.

Sally Greenslade was quickest of the club’s women - her 36.25, supported by Sarah Brewster’s 36.39, and Jane Whiteley’s 43.14, completed the A team.

The men’s tightly grouped B team comprised Jonathan Croom with 31.07, Angus Paton 31.54, Peter Callanan 32.06 and Nick Cooke 32.30.

Other Salisbury finishers were James Ballard 33.15, Jon Kershaw 34.34, Richard Larcombe 34.40, Phil Perry 36.15, Jason Bennett 37.25, Steve Mitchell 37.27, Nick Willetts 37.58, Barry Vincent 40.01, Paul Slaughter 40.34, Di Cross 43.39, Richard Bidmead  46.15 and Colin Martin 49.41.

The next league fixture is the Solent half-marathon on September 24.

On a much kinder day, City of Salisbury’s speedy young Beatrice Wood smashed the parkrun course record at Churchill Gardens. Among 440 finishers, she not only took first place overall in 17.21 minutes, but also set a personal best plus a new age grading record, leaving many more senior runners, male and female, in her wake.

 

Report by John Ruskin

Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 September 2017 09:10
 
Molly claims national crown - athletics spotlight PDF Print E-mail
Athletics - City of Salisbury A&RC
Written by Sport4Salisbury Reporter   
Monday, 28 August 2017 10:44

SALISBURY has a new national age group champion after Molly Hole cleared a height of 1.65m (appx' 5ft 5ins) to win her event at the England Athletics finals at Bedford by 4cms to take this year’s gold medal title.

Salisbury Athletics and Running Club's 14-year-old rising star achieved UK number one status in her age category some months ago, but this result crowns a magnificent season and further strengthens her reputation in the sport at national level.

At the same venue, Ottilie Knight took a great silver in the under 17s javelin, hitting a personal best distance of 41.8m (app'x 137ft).

Ruth Thom was also in winning mode, her success coming in the sun-baked East Farm half-marathon over the country near Blandford Forum. With a run of 1:49.47 she was more than ten minutes clear of her nearest challenger.

Other Salisbury finishers were Peter Manning in 2:16.33, Elly Mills 3:19.58, Jeanette Hardiman and Kathryn Dreyer 3:25.45 and Marie Manning 4:21.35.

Meanwhile, in the sweltering marathon event, James Mills took a good third place with 3:59.18, with equally strong runs from Liz Roberts, 4:44.17, and Jef Hutchby, 4:48.51.

 

Report by John Ruskin

Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 August 2017 09:09
 
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