Results: 16th-17th March 2019
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
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.
Name Position Gun time Chip time
Gareth Alan-Williams 61st 01:15:01 01:14:59
Richard Swindlehurst 67th 01:15:18 01:15:16
Keith Tucker 1591st 01:41:03 01:40:39
Rajiv Solanki 1h 35m
Ian Hitching 6128th 02:09:59 02:08:44
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 Number Name Gun Position Gun Time Chip Position Chip Time
3803 Steve Cook 168 01:19:43 169 01:19:38
2965 Matthew Johnson 1102 01:42:20 1187 01:38:43
7787 Barry Miller 2358 01:57:15 2292 01:48:16
5407 Paul Whitmarsh 1732 01:50:49 2691 01:50:49
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!
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