Results: 16th-17th March 2019

running, cross country, track and field

What a busy weekend. Race season is well under way with many of you heading out to races all over the country and even in Cyprus! Great job #teamPooleAC

Paphos Marathon

Nicola Barker completed the Paphos Marathon, finishing 392nd in a chip time of 05:27:33. Amazing!

Bath Half Marathon

Just up the road in Bath, this year’s half got off to a cracking start with Richard and Keith both securing PBs too! Rajiv’s time is TBC.

NamePositionGun timeChip time
Gareth Alan-Williams61st01:15:0101:14:59
Richard Swindlehurst67th01:15:1801:15:16
Keith Tucker1591st01:41:0301:40:39
Rajiv Solanki1h 35m
Ian Hitching6128th02:09:5902:08:44

Reading Half Marathon

Yes, another half marathon, this time in Reading. Well done everyone and to Steve who nabbed himself a shiny new PB!

Race NumberNameGun PositionGun TimeChip PositionChip Time
3803Steve Cook16801:19:4316901:19:38
2965Matthew Johnson110201:42:20118701:38:43
7787Barry Miller235801:57:15229201:48:16
5407Paul Whitmarsh173201:50:49269101:50:49

Fleet Half Marathon

Susie Matthews was getting the miles in at the Fleet Half Marathon, finishing 1585th in a chip time of 01:52:29. Susie was third in her age category and she has her fingers crossed it’s enough to get her a place in the England Masters Representative Half in Maidenhead in September!

Weymouth Half Marathon

Yes, yet another half!

PositionNameChipFinish
62Luke Conroy01:31:0401:34:14
259Artur Majewsji01:47:0501:47:12
583Phil Audrain02:02:2802:03:45
842Caroline Thomas02:24:2202:25:33

Milton Keynes 10k

Vanya and David Ritchie made their way up the motorway to take on the Milton Keynes 10k. Vanya finished 505th in a chip time of 00:58:27 and David finished 506th in a chip time of 00:58:27.

XC – Team Dorset

William Rabjohns took back-to-back under-13 boys titles in the Cross Challenge Series, despite finishing in second place on Saturday. At a different event, Will battled back to 5th to secure his place running for England Schools in Dublin in the home country’s XC

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