Saturday, 16 December 2017

Using your 5km time to predict 100 mile finish times - Part 2



A extension to this post http://76thmile.blogspot.co.uk/2017/12/using-your-5km-time-to-predict-your-100.html was to combine it with this one http://76thmile.blogspot.co.uk/2017/02/hardest-itra-races-why-killians-2241.html to give these tables.

Some of the predicted finish times are greater than the cut-off times for the race. This also completely spurious based on the multipliers involves (20 minutes vs over two days in some cases). The multiplier was about 10% higher for women based on a spuriously small sample but I have used this to create the two tables.

I would be interested to see how accurate (or not) they are.

Race \ 5km PB (Men) 17:00    18:00     19:00     20:00     21:00     22:30     24:30    
Centurion Autumn 100 18:44 19:51 20:57 22:03 23:09 24:48 27:01
Brazos Bend 100 - 100M 18:49 19:56 21:02 22:09 23:15 24:55 27:08
Centurion Thames Path 100 18:52 19:58 21:05 22:12 23:18 24:58 27:11
Rocky Raccoon - 100 Mile 18:52 19:58 21:05 22:12 23:18 24:58 27:11
Centurion South Downs Way 100 19:31 20:40 21:49 22:58 24:07 25:51 28:08
Javelina Jundred - 100 Miles 20:09 21:20 22:31 23:42 24:53 26:40 29:02
West Highland Way Race 20:19 21:30 22:42 23:54 25:05 26:53 29:16
Oman Desert Marathon 20:53 22:07 23:21 24:34 25:48 27:39 30:06
Centurion North Downs Way 100 21:16 22:31 23:46 25:01 26:16 28:08 30:38
White Rose Ultra - 100 Mile 22:15 23:34 24:52 26:11 27:29 29:27 32:04
Cotswold Way Century-100 Miles 22:25 23:44 25:03 26:22 27:41 29:40 32:18
Thunder Rock 23:37 25:00 26:23 27:47 29:10 31:15 34:02
Western States Endurance Run 23:42 25:05 26:29 27:53 29:16 31:22 34:09
Pinhoti 100 - Pinhoti 100 Miles 24:06 25:32 26:57 28:22 29:47 31:55 34:45
Chimera 100 - Chimera 100 Miles 24:11 25:37 27:02 28:28 29:53 32:01 34:52
Hardmoors - 110 Miles 24:26 25:53 27:19 28:45 30:11 32:21 35:13
Zion - 100 Mile 24:31 25:58 27:24 28:51 30:18 32:27 35:21
Leadville Trail 100 Run 25:08 26:37 28:06 29:35 31:03 33:17 36:14
Cascade Crest 100 Mile 26:30 28:04 29:37 31:11 32:44 35:05 38:12
Grindstone 100 26:30 28:04 29:37 31:11 32:44 35:05 38:12
Lakeland - Lakeland 100 26:43 28:17 29:51 31:25 33:00 35:21 38:30
Run Rabbit Run 100 26:57 28:33 30:08 31:43 33:18 35:41 38:51
Bear 100 27:00 28:35 30:11 31:46 33:21 35:44 38:55
Arc Of Attrition 100 Mile 27:20 28:56 30:33 32:09 33:46 36:10 39:23
Bighorn Trail Run - 100M 27:32 29:09 30:47 32:24 34:01 36:27 39:41
100 Miles Of Istria - 100 Miles 27:42 29:20 30:58 32:35 34:13 36:40 39:55
Le Marathon Des Sables 29:43 31:28 33:13 34:58 36:43 39:21 42:50
Hurt 100 Mile Endurance Run 30:33 32:21 34:09 35:57 37:44 40:26 44:02
Ultra-Trail Mt. Fuji - Utmf 31:13 33:03 34:53 36:43 38:33 41:19 44:59
100 Miles Sud De France 32:37 34:32 36:27 38:22 40:17 43:10 47:00
Utmb® 33:17 35:14 37:11 39:09 41:06 44:03 47:58
Ehunmilak Ultra-Trail® 33:54 35:53 37:53 39:53 41:52 44:52 48:51
Le Grand Raid De La Réunion 36:22 38:31 40:39 42:48 44:56 48:09 52:25
Hardrock 100 Endurance Run 36:40 38:49 40:59 43:08 45:17 48:31 52:50
Montane Spine Challenger 37:22 39:34 41:46 43:57 46:09 49:27 53:51
Andorra Ronda Dels Cims 43:09 45:41 48:13 50:46 53:18 57:06 62:11


Race \ 5km PB (Women) 17:00    18:00    19:00    20:00    21:00    22:30    24:30    
Centurion Autumn 100 17:00 18:00 19:00 20:00 21:00 22:30 24:31
Brazos Bend 100 - 100M 17:05 18:05 19:05 20:06 21:06 22:36 24:37
Centurion Thames Path 100 17:07 18:07 19:08 20:08 21:09 22:39 24:40
Rocky Raccoon - 100 Mile 17:07 18:07 19:08 20:08 21:09 22:39 24:40
Centurion South Downs Way 100 17:43 18:46 19:48 20:51 21:53 23:27 25:32
Javelina Jundred - 100 Miles 18:17 19:21 20:26 21:30 22:35 24:12 26:21
West Highland Way Race 18:26 19:31 20:36 21:41 22:46 24:24 26:34
Oman Desert Marathon 18:57 20:04 21:11 22:18 23:25 25:05 27:19
Centurion North Downs Way 100 19:17 20:25 21:34 22:42 23:50 25:32 27:48
White Rose Ultra - 100 Mile 20:11 21:23 22:34 23:45 24:56 26:43 29:06
Cotswold Way Century-100 Miles 20:20 21:32 22:44 23:56 25:08 26:55 29:19
Thunder Rock 21:26 22:41 23:57 25:12 26:28 28:22 30:53
Western States Endurance Run 21:30 22:46 24:02 25:18 26:34 28:28 30:59
Pinhoti 100 - Pinhoti 100 Miles 21:53 23:10 24:27 25:44 27:01 28:57 31:32
Chimera 100 - Chimera 100 Miles 21:57 23:15 24:32 25:50 27:07 29:03 31:38
Hardmoors - 110 Miles 22:11 23:29 24:47 26:05 27:24 29:21 31:58
Zion - 100 Mile 22:15 23:34 24:52 26:11 27:29 29:27 32:04
Leadville Trail 100 Run 22:49 24:09 25:30 26:50 28:11 30:12 32:53
Cascade Crest 100 Mile 24:03 25:28 26:53 28:18 29:43 31:50 34:40
Grindstone 100 24:03 25:28 26:53 28:18 29:43 31:50 34:40
Lakeland - Lakeland 100 24:14 25:40 27:05 28:31 29:56 32:05 34:56
Run Rabbit Run 100 24:28 25:54 27:20 28:47 30:13 32:23 35:15
Bear 100 24:30 25:56 27:23 28:49 30:16 32:26 35:19
Arc Of Attrition 100 Mile 24:48 26:15 27:43 29:11 30:38 32:49 35:45
Bighorn Trail Run - 100M 24:59 26:27 27:56 29:24 30:52 33:04 36:01
100 Miles Of Istria - 100 Miles 25:08 26:37 28:06 29:34 31:03 33:16 36:14
Le Marathon Des Sables 26:58 28:34 30:09 31:44 33:19 35:42 38:52
Hurt 100 Mile Endurance Run 27:43 29:21 30:59 32:37 34:15 36:42 39:57
Ultra-Trail Mt. Fuji - Utmf 28:19 29:59 31:39 33:19 34:59 37:29 40:49
100 Miles Sud De France 29:36 31:20 33:05 34:49 36:34 39:10 42:39
Utmb® 30:12 31:58 33:45 35:31 37:18 39:58 43:31
Ehunmilak Ultra-Trail® 30:45 32:34 34:23 36:11 38:00 40:43 44:20
Le Grand Raid De La Réunion 33:00 34:57 36:53 38:50 40:46 43:41 47:34
Hardrock 100 Endurance Run 33:16 35:13 37:11 39:08 41:06 44:02 47:57
Montane Spine Challenger 33:54 35:54 37:54 39:53 41:53 44:53 48:52
Andorra Ronda Dels Cims 39:09 41:27 43:45 46:04 48:22 51:49 56:26

Using your 5km time to predict your 100 mile finish time - Part 1

I had a good running year this year setting a new 5k PB (19:27) and a new 100 mile PB (22:27). I also set an unofficial HM PB of 1:29. There running calculators to benchmark the HM/5K time but nothing that I am aware of for the 100 mile PB.

I threw out the question to the Centurion Facebook forum and got back 46 data points for the 3 distances plus a few who also gave their marathon PB. 

Caution - the stats are shown as-is. I could do some proper statistical tests on the validity of my conclusions but haven't. 

As expected, the 5km and HM times were well correlated. My 19:27 PB for 5k passes almost perfectly through the 1:30 mark for HM.
I had a few data points for the marathon (I hadn't specifically asked for this). My 5K time would suggest a PB of 3:20ish (actually 3:37 but done as a training run). A much lower correlation than 5k/HM and also a bit higher time than implied by the WAVA / Jack Daniels type calculators. 

The http://runsmartproject.com/calculator/ suggests my 19:27 time for 5k should give me a 1:29:15 HM (spot on) and 3:06:03 marathon time (not so much). 

The Fetcheveryone calculator has me at 3:20 by the way ( https://www.fetcheveryone.com/cms-37 )

So now the graph you have been waiting for (hopefully you aren't feeling too click-baited)
It is a fairly low correlation but there is some correlation there.  I have adjusted the times to allow for the fact that the North Downs way takes about 2 hours longer than the South Downs Way. In turn the SDW is about an hour slower than the Thames Path and Autumn 100.

I had a small sample size but the average multiplier is about 66 for men and 60 for women, For women, this has the pleasing result that the 5k time predicts the 100 mile time but in hours. It is the 5k time + 10% for men. But there is an awful lot of variability...


Friday, 8 December 2017

How to pace a 100 mile race

For short races such as a marathon or shorter, it is very easy to work out the pace. Typically it is just a case of dividing the target time by the number of miles and remembering these. The advent of GPS running watches such as Garmin and Suunto make this very straight forward and not really justifying a blog post. Some races have pacers to make it even easier.

Kipchoge's 2 hour attempt was a positive split by less than 30 seconds and elite runners are very close to even splits.

Pacing 100 mile races is very different. Even the freakish elite runners slow down such as Zach Bitter's 100 mile record had splits of 5:33 / 6:07 for the 50 miles and Camille Herron was 6:07 / 6:35. Everyone slows down - but by how much?

I have run several Centurion races including all 4 of the 100 mile events. I have looked out how people pace these events to get an idea of what sub 24 pace in like - such as A100 analysis , NDW100 ,  TP100 and the SDW100. There are detailed pace charts for each race based on past performance of runners (which isn't always a guide to the future...)

However when I compared all 4 races, they were remarkably similar. Basically the pace for the magic sub 24 hours is to get to 50 miles in 10 hours. They are quite different races but the trend seems to be there.


A friend of mine - ultrarunning legend Mark Thornberry (@Thorners125) recently finished the Javelina Jundred and had the 2.4 multiplier in the back of his mind. He said that he had mentioned it to some other runners and they thought it was nonsense. Naturally I went away and had a look.

Initially I was a bit confused as the pacing for Javelina is very even but it turns out the first lap is a bit shorter than the other 4. The race has a similar pace pattern compared with the Autumn 100 but the runners are slightly more even paced than the Centurion runners. I guess this is due to the desert heat slowing runners during the day so they can run relatively) quicker at night. The Autumn 100 has 13 hours of darkness with quite cold, windy, and exposed night sections so I would expect slow going at night.

I looked for another US race - the Western States has great stats but the massive mountain to climb at the start followed by a downward trend probably skews things. I then looked at the Rocky Racoon - 5 laps (pre Harvey) and in February so the perfect test case. It turns out the average pacing was almost identical to the Autumn 100.

Whilst the 10/24 rule isn't quite perfect (more like 10:15/24 for Javelina), I think it is a pretty damn good one.



Sunday, 29 October 2017

Lon Las Ultra - Setting the scene

Here is the introduction to my race race report from my attempt at Lon Las. If you want to advice on how to finish the race, I can recommend Ronnie Staton's blog http://www.ronniestaton.coach/ronnies-blog/ and Karl Shields's blog http://karlsultraramblings.blogspot.co.uk/2017/10/lon-las-cymru-2017.html

My attempt was rather amateur in comparison but I certainly have learnt a lot from it. My blog is mainly to help remember things for a crack at 2019. If it helps, entertains, or amuses you too, that is bonus. It will be quite long and rambling in places - you have been warned.


Preamble


The original plan for 2017 was to run the Thames Ring 250. I have moved up through the distances over the last few years and this seemed the logical next step. I ran a couple of mediocre half-marathons at university at the turn of the millenium and then had 10 years off before signing up to the London Triathlon Olympic distance in 2010. I finished this one and the 2011 Hever Castle Olympic despite riding a single speed bike. 

In 2013 I finished the Hever Castle Half Ironman and also unoffically ran my first marathon* (a very long run home from work with stops at corner shops). I finished the Vanguard Way Ultra (about 30 miles) in October.

2014, I ran the North Downs Way 50 and finished Hever Castle Ironman. I called time on my triathlon career having finished an Ironman - I am a crap swimmer and don't have enough time to be a good cyclist. I ran a solo 50 mile training run in October in 8:16 which was 6 laps of a local route with my home being the "aid station".

2015 - Thames Path 100 and Autumn 100. First sub 24 and then sub 23 finishes

2016 - Centurion Grandslam (4 x 100 mile races in the space of 6 months - cumulative time of 95:45 for 11th out of 24 finishers /  55ish starters)

Not too bad a running CV. A total of 11 marathon or longer races including 6 100 mile finishes and a good base for an attempt at the Thames Ring 250. However I changed my 2017 plans when I saw this on the Cockbain events facebook page.

Lon Las Ultra 

'A 250 mile non-stop race from Holyhead to Cardiff Bay down the centre of Wales crossing several mountain ranges. Mostly on road, you will be virtually self sufficient which will make this an incredibly difficult challenge as you would come to expect from COCKBAIN EVENTS.
You will follow Sustrans cycle route 8 all the way, with the last 55 miles along the 'Taff Trail', making this possibly the longest non-stop road ultra in the UK.
As will all our events this will be no-nonsense, basic and low key designed to push you to your limits'.

Mark Cockbain RD

I mentioned it to my running buddy Owen. I was expecting a "that sounds ridiculous" but he thought we should have a go at it. We sent in our entry forms and were accepted. I sent my apologies to Lindley about pulling out from the TR250 and I was now officially entered. LLU goes past my late Grandfather's house at mile 150 and past the end of my parents' house at mile 200 so have a family connection.

This was back in January. My year was now organised. I have the Thames Path 100 in May which would be the first training peak and then another 5 months to build up to the big one in October. LLU would be a big challenge and if everything went to plan, a finish would be possible.

I was feeling ok about my chances and then Mark Cockbain released a provisional entry list. This is the final entry list. Karen Hathaway (TR250 outright winner in 2015) was originally on the list too. This was defnitely an "oh crap" moment as  realised the calibre of the field.

1) Carl Howells                                                Viking Way, The Hill, C2C, Spartathlon
2) Dave Fawkner                                              C2C X2, Hardmoors 160
3) Anthony Hall                                                The Hill, Hardmors 110 4)4)
4) Ronnie Staton                                             The Hill Ultra
5) Byron Cook                                                  West country ultra 100
7) Riccardo Giussani                                        VWU, C2C , Hardmoors 200
9) Jonathon Strong                                          DW100, NDW100
10) Owen mitchell                                             Thamespath 100
11) David Stuart                                                 Centurion grand slam
12) Karl Shields                                                   Spine, Yukon
13) Colin Searle                                                  Spine x3, Yukon , Spartathlon
16) Robert Kinnaird                                            WHW 2010, 12, 13, 16
19) Duncan Walling                                          QE2QE100  2016   100 miles  
20) Marc Pearton                                               Utmb, lakeland 100
21) Allan Rumbles                                              Hardmoors 160, The Spine, legends
22) James Mcnamee                                          Hardmoors 110
23) Alan Cormack                                              The Hill, T184
24) Steve Willis                                                  Viking Way, C2C Ultra
25) Martin Ilott                                                    Spartathlon, C2C
27) Paul Ali                                                           Spartathlon, GUCR
28) Brian Clary                                                     Hardmoors 200
29) Mike Raffan                                                   The Hill (CR), C2C Ultra, Viking Way
30) Louise McWilliams                                       UGB 200, West C 100
32) David Wright                                                 WC 100, SDW 100
33) Chris Yeo                                                         The High, The Spine
34) Sharon Sullivan                                              UTMB, Offas Dyke
35) Matt Weighman                                             Yukon 430
36) Christopher Kay                                              UGB 200, Thames Ring

A non-stop 100 mile finish is the minimum requirement - but Yukon 430???

I continued with my training and had a decent Thames Path 100 getting round in a PB of 22:27. I also managed to win a local charity 5k setting a new PB of 19:27 (the excellent Woldingham 5k for Meningitis Now ) and 50k PB of 4:33:08 in July. I was probably as fit as I have ever been.

My last hard run was the Woldingham marathon in August where I even managed to beat the legendary Ken Fancett to finish 6th out of about 50. It is has about 3,000 feet of climbing including some of the tougher parts of the North Downs Way and Vanguard Way.

My July - September block of training averaged about 50 miles per week. About half of what some are doing but probably as good as I have averaged without a long race to pad the stats. I was up on my 2016 mileage when I finished the Centurion Grandslam.

Time for the Wales adventure...




Sunday, 14 May 2017

Centurion NDW50 - Ghost Aid Station Oxted Steps

My first taste of Centurion events had come back in 2014 with the North Downs Way 50 (http://76thmile.blogspot.co.uk/2015/02/centurion-north-downs-way-50-race.html). It was the first race where I had done where I felt like I deserved the cheers of spectators. It sounds stupid but I had done triathlons and half marathons in the past which had been about chasing a time with no real doubts about getting round so the cheers didn't mean much. However when you have run further than in sensible and further than you have ever run before but still have miles to go, the "well done" cheers from strangers meant a lot.

This was my turn to pay things back. I have done some spectating here before (http://76thmile.blogspot.co.uk/2015/08/ndw100-just-as-spectator.html) which was great fun but we only had cheers to offer. I had collected by daughter from a dance class a mile or so away and we stocked up with supplies this time. I already had two packets of Percy pigs so we just needed Pepsi / Coke / generic cola flavoured drink. Pepsi was on offer so that was an easy decision and they also had jaffa cakes on offer so 24 of those came with us. 

I had packed a lunch for us so we sat down and waited for the first runners. The first runner past was fellow Wednesday night headtorch runner Headley who wasn't part of the race but had also come along to watch. We were joined by Jon Levis (sorry for stealing your spot and photobombing your photos) who was taking some great action shots. 

The front of the field was quite spread out with Jon Ellis (course record of 6:37) through first followed by Mark Innocenti and Ry Webb. Fourth place was Ian Hammett (Run Hammy Run!) and Fifth was Paul Russhard who ran the 2015 A100 dressed as a bear (Come on the Bear!!).

We managed to offload a few Percy Pigs but the Pepsi and Jaffa cakes were staying untouched. After the first 10 or so had come past, the first Pepsi request was made.  First lady was through before long and my daughter took particular pleasure cheering on the ladies. The Pepsi floodgates had opened and many of the runners took up our offers of Jaffa cakes. 

I saw a few familiar faces over the next few hours including fellow GS100er Calvin Hemmings, local lad Mark Bayliss, Mrs Bear (Gemma Russhard) and legend Ken Fancett. Fellow Fetchie, Janette Cross ( http://www.fetcheveryone.com/)  got a high five from daughter on her way to 5th place and another age category win.

Simon Best had the last of the Pepsi and with just a couple of cola glazed Percies left, it was time to take my daughter home for dinner. It would have been lovely to stay longer and see the whole field through but we were out of supplies and time....

Running a pirate aid station was a lot of fun and we were well placed on tricky section midway between aid stations. There was no rhyme or reason as to who would be quick or slow down the steps. Several of the top 10 really struggled in a lot of pain and many of the next 50 flew down them. We only had one faller and we were well placed to provide a reviving Pepsi and Percy pig. I can recommend using the handrail - this seemed to be the best technique. However the award for the fastest descent goes to a dog - a pug which benefitted from 4 leg drive.

We seemed to have a good menu of Pepsi, Jaffa Cakes and Percies. A lot of people had initially turned down offers until they heard the magic words "Percy Pig". Bringing a 2 litre bottle of Pepsi to a race is a great way to make friends and Jaffa cakes are one of your 5 a day right?

I would love to volunteer properly one day but it is tricky enough taking time away for races without volunteering too. However this way I could be a small part of the race and bring my daughter along for the fun. We had a great 4 hours or so on the Oxted Steps. However I'm not sure many runners will have described their experience of the Oxted Steps as fun though...



Allan Rumble might have the Bacon Barge but we have Pepsi & Percy [Fetch]Point.

Jon Levis's photos: https://www.flickr.com/photos/jel183/sets/72157681863496370 (sorry for photobombing all of them in my red t-shirt!)

Come on the Bear! Paul Russhard on his way to 5th place

And don't forget to check out Stuart March's photos too  http://www.stuartmarchphotography.co.uk/ (official photographer)

Wednesday, 10 May 2017

2016 A100 - Statto's alternative race report

Please see http://76thmile.blogspot.co.uk/2017/05/stattos-alternative-thames-path-100.html for more explanation. This follows the same format.




Pacing rankings (total time / 50 mile split) - Well done Tinu!


Runner Multiplier Actual rank Pacing rank
Tinu Ogundari 2.16 175 1
Paul Carr 2.20 113 2
Leo Palazzuoli 2.21 15 3
Jo Hadfield 2.21 122 4
Andrew Disley 2.21 164 5
Susie Chesher 2.22 2 6
Andy Persson 2.22 24 7
Guy Travers 2.24 77 8
Calvin Hemmings 2.24 72 9
Jonathan Panter 2.25 22 10
Mark Denby 2.25 1 11
Dan Masters 2.25 10 12
John Gilman 2.26 23 13
Nicolas Wuethrich 2.26 20 14
Katherine Barrett 2.26 21 15
Cat Simpson 2.27 11 16
Hamilton Ngan 2.28 157 17
Daniel Fletcher 2.28 58 18
Mark Taylor-Weir 2.28 114 19
Beth Pirie 2.28 108 20
Helen Caddy Leach 2.29 62 21
Andy Kett 2.29 6 22
Peter Gold 2.29 109 23
Mike Hogan 2.29 85 24
Alex Whearity 2.29 13 25
Wendy Shaw 2.29 12 26
Andrew Richardson 2.30 7 27
Alan Krisciunas 2.30 117 28
Paul Murray 2.30 82 29
Simon Brown 2.31 64 30
Tracey Watson 2.31 142 31
Christine Buckledee 2.32 173 32
James Bennett 2.32 32 33
Paul Ali 2.32 8 34
Jim Vince 2.32 91 35
Craig Holmes 2.32 56 36
Kate Jayden 2.33 167 37
Tadeusz Gumulka 2.33 17 38
Graham Carter 2.33 165 39
Philippe Ecaille 2.33 166 40
Paul Mclaughlin 2.33 171 41
Keith James 2.34 96 42
Kevin Munt 2.34 138 43
Jess Gray 2.34 5 44
Jeremy Isaac 2.35 9 45
Rachel Lonergan 2.35 176 46
Craig Edwards 2.35 120 47
Arren Grant 2.35 141 48
Perry Taylor 2.35 66 49
Luke Clifton 2.35 70 50
Simon Castrey 2.35 57 51
Ilsuk Han 2.35 86 52
Lynn Cunningham 2.35 159 53
Lee Wilkinson 2.35 124 54
Ben Shirley 2.35 30 55
David Thompson 2.35 28 56
Alison Read 2.35 115 57
Caroline Crouchman 2.36 156 58
Aaron Oliver 2.36 71 59
Tim Young 2.36 48 60
Phillip Tunney 2.36 74 61
Jonathan Langford 2.36 39 62
John Figiel 2.36 75 63
Mark Woodhall 2.36 14 64
Ed Fisher 2.37 4 65
Peter Goldring 2.37 31 66
Sarah Booker 2.37 105 67
Richard Whitaker 2.37 42 68
Todd Coleman 2.37 92 69
Peter Lemon 2.37 44 70
Gemma Buley 2.37 90 71
Stuart Smith 2.37 132 72
Conrad Wild 2.37 104 73
Richard Goulder 2.37 27 74
Simon Mackenzie 2.38 98 75
Mark Bartup 2.38 97 76
Rachel Hessom 2.39 169 77
Matthew King 2.39 19 78
Matthew Dowse 2.39 18 79
Andrew Massie 2.39 112 80
Gregoire Godin 2.39 130 81
Rafal Szymanski 2.39 35 82
Jan Strachan 2.40 177 83
Stewart Liesnham 2.40 53 84
Nigel Whitehead 2.40 69 85
Phil Gatsky 2.40 151 86
Julian Howard 2.40 139 87
Charlotte Davey 2.40 140 88
Jane Stephens 2.40 127 89
Allen Taylor 2.41 29 90
Mark Myles 2.41 111 91
Stephen Mcallister 2.41 33 92
John Samways 2.41 87 93
Justin Bateman 2.41 95 94
Nick Cox 2.41 88 95
Chloe Sellwood 2.42 145 96
Paul Gilbertson 2.42 146 97
Phil Bradburn 2.42 168 98
Tim Mulcare 2.42 45 99
Toby Melville 2.42 38 100
Emma Bird 2.42 136 101
Peter Johnson 2.43 150 102
George Nicholls 2.43 34 103
Tim Cox 2.43 163 104
Russ Bestley 2.43 52 105
Simon Whalley 2.44 170 106
Graham Cooke 2.44 25 107
Roz Glover 2.44 144 108
Kieren Unwin 2.44 128 109
Sarah Easingwood-Wilson 2.45 153 110
Russell Tullett 2.45 107 111
Simon Brown 2.45 93 112
Kenneth Fancett 2.45 43 113
Loyd Purvis 2.46 16 114
Ruth Silverman 2.46 61 115
James Mclaughlin 2.46 103 116
John Stocker 2.46 3 117
David Harvey 2.46 41 118
Matthew Perry 2.47 36 119
Marc Bayly 2.47 37 120
Joe Delaney 2.47 147 121
Dave Reynier 2.47 47 122
Matt Fowler 2.47 40 123
Larry Martin 2.48 68 124
Steven Southwell 2.48 125 125
Helen Etherington 2.48 50 126
Paul Spackman 2.48 143 127
David Eade 2.48 148 128
Akgun Ozsoy 2.48 119 129
Anthony White 2.50 131 130
Mark Farthing 2.51 63 131
Mark O'meara 2.51 46 132
Darren Pilbeam 2.51 135 133
Nigel Cowan 2.51 80 134
Christopher Simpson 2.52 110 135
Nicholas Ward 2.52 118 136
Tim Davies 2.52 116 137
Simon Bennett 2.52 73 138
Francis Gilchrist 2.53 162 139
Matthew Pearce 2.53 54 140
Nicola Hoy 2.53 154 141
Yiannis Theologos Michellis 2.54 49 142
Markus Flick 2.54 59 143
Maxine Lock 2.54 155 144
Tim Seers 2.54 149 145
Jay Macdonald 2.54 26 146
Stephen West 2.54 99 147
Judith Gambli 2.54 106 148
Peter Janssen 2.55 78 149
Ellen Cottom 2.55 76 150
Mark Thornberry 2.55 121 151
Flavien Bascoul 2.55 123 152
Matt Evenden 2.55 179 153
John Finnigan 2.55 158 154
Daniel Benwell 2.56 174 155
Andrew Smith 2.57 65 156
David Stuart 2.57 94 157
Paul Mccleery 2.57 89 158
Garry Curley 2.57 172 159
Matt Bevan 2.59 67 160
Gavin Boyter 2.60 129 161
Frank Chu 2.60 60 162
Brent Mullane 2.60 160 163
Michael Wiggins 2.61 101 164
Andrew Hughes 2.61 55 165
Craig Norris 2.61 51 166
Amanda Sterling 2.62 83 167
Becky Shuttleworth 2.62 133 168
Clare Jamieson 2.63 152 169
Gari John 2.64 79 170
Michael Walters 2.65 178 171
David Sloan 2.67 102 172
Stuart Secker 2.69 81 173
Phil Whiting 2.70 84 174
Christina Spooner 2.71 137 175
David Price 2.73 126 176
Andy Killworth 2.81 161 177
Melissa Arkinstall 2.88 134 178
Maxime Fouquet 2.97 100 179


Segment splits - just shows how dominant Mark's performance was


Runner Goring Goring Chain Hill Goring Reading Goring
Mark Denby 1 1 1 1 1 1
Susie Chesher 4 3 2 3 2 2
John Stocker 3 2 3 10 14 18
Ed Fisher 2 7 8 8 3 3
Jess Gray 6 5 6 11 12 4
Andy Kett 14 6 5 4 6 10
Andrew Richardson 5 11 10 7 4 8
Paul Ali 19 4 4 6 10 17
Jeremy Isaac 10 8 9 12 16 11
Dan Masters 30 10 13 5 11 6
Cat Simpson 25 9 7 9 9 13
Wendy Shaw 18 12 12 15 6 16
Alex Whearity 17 13 11 14 8 15
Mark Woodhall 9 18 16 23 24 9
Leo Palazzuoli 8 61 18 17 13 7
Loyd Purvis 7 14 24 25 22 21
Tadeusz Gumulka 13 23 17 24 19 20
Matthew Dowse 35 16 19 22 23 35
Matthew King 15 20 22 21 43 14
Nicolas Wuethrich 51 22 15 87 17 5
Katherine Barrett 54 20 20 13 20 28
Jonathan Panter 52 25 40 29 5 12
John Gilman 73 24 25 30 15 29
Andy Persson 85 40 29 16 18 25
Graham Cooke 22 19 21 33 35 50
Jay Macdonald 16 17 30 35 36 76
Richard Goulder 20 57 35 26 25 39
David Thompson 21 62 87 18 21 27
Allen Taylor 42 29 27 37 27 66
Ben Shirley 57 38 57 28 29 33
Peter Goldring 61 31 31 31 46 43
James Bennett 56 52 50 27 26 36
Stephen Mcallister 26 55 36 32 40 59
George Nicholls 12 69 63 44 30 45
Rafal Szymanski 40 56 51 83 31 22
Matthew Perry 41 39 62 40 62 56
Marc Bayly 44 34 61 41 63 55
Toby Melville 59 33 116 36 50 23
Jonathan Langford 71 51 43 50 34 51
Matt Fowler 47 30 45 39 56 89
David Harvey 29 59 39 64 48 73
Richard Whitaker 50 68 42 51 33 58
Kenneth Fancett 31 65 71 59 52 46
Peter Lemon 79 54 77 74 44 19
Tim Mulcare 69 35 34 62 77 42
Mark O'meara 53 26 26 42 76 125
Dave Reynier 58 28 28 54 79 84
Tim Young 81 66 41 49 54 52
Yiannis Theologos Michellis 32 41 47 55 49 119
Helen Etherington 60 36 72 70 64 60
Craig Norris 37 27 23 89 87 133
Russ Bestley 36 77 37 57 98 53
Stewart Liesnham 84 67 90 56 47 54
Matthew Pearce 46 50 59 34 57 152
Andrew Hughes 23 46 52 52 69 153
Craig Holmes 72 99 100 20 53 65
Simon Castrey 70 92 44 71 60 62
Daniel Fletcher 121 81 54 82 41 34
Frank Chu 33 42 91 96 87 88
Markus Flick 65 32 32 116 100 87
Ruth Silverman 80 60 64 104 55 85
Helen Caddy Leach 120 86 49 53 38 67
Mark Farthing 24 82 108 78 99 44
Simon Brown 105 91 84 61 75 24
Andrew Smith 34 64 110 67 115 57
Perry Taylor 90 89 58 58 91 46
Matt Bevan 43 45 33 93 83 148
Larry Martin 48 79 67 68 70 113
Nigel Whitehead 75 83 101 60 107 30
Luke Clifton 83 105 97 106 51 31
Aaron Oliver 94 88 81 94 32 71
Calvin Hemmings 139 104 103 43 58 26
Simon Bennett 86 43 46 46 136 115
Phillip Tunney 89 96 75 48 80 74
John Figiel 87 98 74 47 81 78
Ellen Cottom 63 53 172 19 104 75
Guy Travers 149 106 60 105 37 37
Peter Janssen 62 58 38 119 132 92
Gari John 39 48 80 66 160 95
Nigel Cowan 66 70 97 164 72 38
Stuart Secker 28 44 122 97 138 86
Paul Murray 101 114 88 77 61 48
Amanda Sterling 55 37 73 101 135 114
Phil Whiting 11 63 79 123 134 116
Mike Hogan 99 118 127 2 158 41
Ilsuk Han 98 109 66 84 102 49
John Samways 111 74 56 80 89 101
Nick Cox 112 73 55 79 90 102
Paul Mccleery 45 72 119 131 86 80
Gemma Buley 119 87 53 127 28 112
Jim Vince 150 85 83 73 73 72
Todd Coleman 123 94 123 141 39 40
Simon Brown 68 103 70 65 101 129
David Stuart 64 71 65 76 131 144
Justin Bateman 103 90 68 98 113 82
Keith James 95 120 126 38 139 32
Mark Bartup 77 119 111 128 42 77
Simon Mackenzie 104 112 78 92 118 64
Stephen West 74 75 76 115 106 137
Maxime Fouquet 27 15 48 91 179 177
Michael Wiggins 38 84 104 117 145 104
David Sloan 67 47 93 72 122 171
James Mclaughlin 96 95 94 113 117 90
Conrad Wild 125 110 132 102 67 68
Sarah Booker 124 113 129 103 66 69
Judith Gambli 88 78 105 75 105 150
Russell Tullett 117 101 107 95 121 110
Beth Pirie 134 145 113 112 74 61
Peter Gold 145 132 117 63 108 63
Christopher Simpson 97 100 86 110 120 157
Mark Myles 106 128 158 86 71 123
Andrew Massie 135 125 69 99 129 145
Paul Carr 171 160 115 108 45 79
Mark Taylor-Weir 165 133 124 45 103 117
Alison Read 142 131 95 159 78 106
Tim Davies 107 111 109 118 141 154
Alan Krisciunas 161 141 14 179 128 70
Nicholas Ward 132 108 106 168 161 83
Akgun Ozsoy 100 121 125 160 124 107
Craig Edwards 126 163 145 80 95 128
Mark Thornberry 91 115 120 120 119 172
Jo Hadfield 178 156 89 111 92 93
Flavien Bascoul 130 97 85 170 157 131
Lee Wilkinson 128 162 144 88 125 98
Steven Southwell 113 127 118 125 144 143
David Price 82 76 163 173 147 142
Jane Stephens 133 146 114 100 112 165
Kieren Unwin 147 122 99 107 140 168
Gavin Boyter 49 129 140 142 168 134
Gregoire Godin 118 164 178 109 65 135
Anthony White 137 117 152 121 156 136
Stuart Smith 141 154 133 130 151 94
Becky Shuttleworth 102 102 180 69 110 162
Melissa Arkinstall 76 49 102 146 169 179
Darren Pilbeam 93 139 130 139 159 132
Emma Bird 136 140 154 122 127 130
Christina Spooner 78 107 128 148 170 176
Kevin Munt 166 151 138 124 143 100
Charlotte Davey 156 137 165 143 97 140
Julian Howard 157 136 164 144 96 141
Arren Grant 153 165 141 145 133 103
Tracey Watson 167 166 135 149 94 120
Paul Spackman 148 130 167 132 164 108
Roz Glover 144 147 96 136 137 178
Joe Delaney 143 138 149 114 148 169
Chloe Sellwood 159 144 137 126 150 150
Paul Gilbertson 160 143 136 129 149 149
David Eade 131 150 153 138 167 124
Tim Seers 140 124 134 169 177 118
Peter Johnson 152 148 147 85 175 139
Phil Gatsky 138 167 150 157 146 121
Clare Jamieson 129 116 112 163 178 175
Sarah Easingwood-Wilson 163 142 177 165 68 166
Nicola Hoy 116 155 160 180 93 156
Maxine Lock 109 157 162 156 163 158
Caroline Crouchman 155 170 142 154 111 155
Hamilton Ngan 170 176 131 167 153 81
John Finnigan 151 123 82 176 174 160
Lynn Cunningham 169 168 139 134 126 167
Brent Mullane 115 134 175 155 166 164
Francis Gilchrist 127 161 148 133 173 170
Andy Killworth 110 80 166 140 162 180
Tim Cox 168 152 151 158 109 174
Andrew Disley 176 180 169 153 59 109
Graham Carter 164 175 179 151 84 111
Philippe Ecaille 177 169 161 135 152 138
Kate Jayden 173 172 176 172 114 96
Phil Bradburn 175 149 155 147 154 163
Rachel Hessom 162 171 143 178 122 122
Simon Whalley 108 177 171 137 171 127
Paul Mclaughlin 172 173 170 166 130 105
Garry Curley 154 126 156 152 172 173
Christine Buckledee 174 174 174 171 116 97
Daniel Benwell 122 159 168 174 165 147
Tinu Ogundari 180 179 146 150 82 99
Rachel Lonergan 158 178 121 162 155 159
Jan Strachan 179 158 157 177 142 126
Michael Walters 114 135 173 161 180 161
Matt Evenden 146 153 159 175 176 146


Grossed up splits


Runner Goring Goring Chain Hill Goring Reading Goring
Mark Denby 15:30 14:59 13:42 13:20 12:58 13:27
Susie Chesher 18:12 15:41 14:00 14:50 13:34 15:06
John Stocker 16:43 15:25 14:16 16:52 16:37 17:45
Ed Fisher 16:26 16:55 16:06 16:46 15:41 15:33
Jess Gray 18:25 16:27 15:55 16:59 16:30 15:44
Andy Kett 19:32 16:34 15:40 16:00 16:06 16:39
Andrew Richardson 18:24 17:40 16:40 16:34 15:54 16:20
Paul Ali 19:43 16:21 15:23 16:33 16:24 17:43
Jeremy Isaac 18:42 17:08 16:06 17:23 16:54 16:57
Dan Masters 20:23 17:26 17:11 16:21 16:29 15:52
Cat Simpson 20:04 17:24 16:00 16:50 16:14 17:18
Wendy Shaw 19:40 18:25 16:56 17:58 16:06 17:43
Alex Whearity 19:40 18:27 16:54 17:58 16:06 17:42
Mark Woodhall 18:41 19:08 18:00 18:51 19:14 16:30
Leo Palazzuoli 18:36 21:38 18:13 18:17 16:34 16:11
Loyd Purvis 18:32 18:29 19:03 19:14 18:57 18:24
Tadeusz Gumulka 19:22 19:46 18:03 19:00 17:46 18:22
Matthew Dowse 20:39 18:39 18:14 18:47 19:03 20:02
Matthew King 19:32 19:34 18:48 18:44 20:52 17:42
Nicolas Wuethrich 21:52 19:45 17:50 23:09 16:58 15:45
Katherine Barrett 22:06 19:34 18:22 17:47 17:59 19:02
Jonathan Panter 21:59 19:55 20:41 19:32 15:59 17:01
John Gilman 22:36 19:49 19:03 19:32 16:48 19:08
Andy Persson 22:48 20:46 19:53 18:15 17:27 18:52
Graham Cooke 20:00 19:33 18:32 19:47 20:26 20:52
Jay Macdonald 19:33 18:59 20:10 19:56 20:29 22:31
Richard Goulder 19:47 21:23 20:28 19:23 19:36 20:14
David Thompson 19:58 21:39 23:15 18:21 18:55 18:57
Allen Taylor 21:03 20:25 19:40 20:09 19:40 22:04
Ben Shirley 22:10 20:40 21:47 19:28 19:52 19:47
Peter Goldring 22:12 20:30 20:11 19:41 21:01 20:31
James Bennett 22:08 21:18 21:18 19:23 19:39 20:02
Stephen Mcallister 20:14 21:21 20:31 19:43 20:41 21:35
George Nicholls 19:21 21:56 21:54 20:49 20:13 20:38
Rafal Szymanski 20:54 21:22 21:21 22:57 20:18 18:35
Matthew Perry 21:00 20:44 21:53 20:30 21:54 21:23
Marc Bayly 21:14 20:33 21:53 20:30 21:54 21:22
Toby Melville 22:10 20:32 24:51 19:58 21:19 18:50
Jonathan Langford 22:35 21:16 20:56 21:15 20:23 20:59
Matt Fowler 21:25 20:28 20:58 20:17 21:35 23:13
David Harvey 20:20 21:29 20:39 22:01 21:05 22:24
Richard Whitaker 21:51 21:53 20:49 21:18 20:22 21:34
Kenneth Fancett 20:24 21:43 22:17 21:54 21:20 20:44
Peter Lemon 22:38 21:20 22:41 22:34 20:53 18:19
Tim Mulcare 22:30 20:38 20:21 22:00 22:39 20:29
Mark O'meara 22:05 19:55 19:10 20:41 22:35 25:24
Dave Reynier 22:10 20:24 19:40 21:40 22:51 23:03
Tim Young 22:41 21:47 20:44 21:09 21:25 21:19
Yiannis Theologos Michellis 20:31 20:47 21:08 21:41 21:12 25:07
Helen Etherington 22:11 20:39 22:19 22:30 21:57 21:37
Craig Norris 20:40 19:58 19:02 23:17 23:25 25:43
Russ Bestley 20:40 22:38 20:32 21:45 23:52 21:20
Stewart Liesnham 22:46 21:48 23:17 21:41 21:04 21:20
Matthew Pearce 21:19 21:13 21:53 19:50 21:37 27:23
Andrew Hughes 20:00 21:04 21:24 21:38 22:17 27:24
Craig Holmes 22:36 23:37 23:51 18:41 21:24 22:01
Simon Castrey 22:31 23:15 20:56 22:33 21:46 21:42
Daniel Fletcher 24:36 22:55 21:38 22:54 20:43 19:58
Frank Chu 20:33 20:57 23:20 23:30 23:25 23:08
Markus Flick 22:16 20:30 20:13 24:36 24:01 23:08
Ruth Silverman 22:40 21:34 22:03 23:43 21:26 23:06
Helen Caddy Leach 24:31 23:07 21:16 21:39 20:36 22:05
Mark Farthing 20:02 22:56 24:20 22:46 23:58 20:32
Simon Brown 24:06 23:11 23:12 21:55 22:34 18:50
Andrew Smith 20:35 21:43 24:36 22:13 24:57 21:25
Perry Taylor 23:16 23:09 21:51 21:46 23:27 20:44
Matt Bevan 21:10 21:01 20:19 23:24 23:08 27:07
Larry Martin 21:26 22:40 22:08 22:25 22:19 24:40
Nigel Whitehead 22:37 22:58 23:55 21:55 24:34 19:20
Luke Clifton 22:45 23:49 23:43 24:03 21:20 19:41
Aaron Oliver 23:25 23:08 22:52 23:25 20:22 22:19
Calvin Hemmings 25:34 23:46 23:59 20:43 21:38 18:57
Simon Bennett 22:56 20:58 21:07 20:50 25:56 24:44
Phillip Tunney 23:01 23:32 22:28 20:59 22:58 22:25
John Figiel 22:58 23:34 22:27 20:58 22:59 22:34
Ellen Cottom 22:15 21:18 28:52 18:23 24:23 22:29
Guy Travers 25:58 23:51 21:53 23:47 20:29 20:02
Peter Janssen 22:12 21:23 20:34 24:45 25:41 23:22
Gari John 20:52 21:06 22:44 22:10 27:52 23:33
Nigel Cowan 22:16 21:59 23:43 28:19 22:21 20:08
Stuart Secker 20:19 20:58 25:11 23:35 25:58 23:08
Paul Murray 24:00 24:30 23:16 22:45 21:48 20:50
Amanda Sterling 22:08 20:40 22:26 23:39 25:55 24:43
Phil Whiting 19:21 21:42 22:44 25:14 25:54 24:44
Mike Hogan 23:46 25:01 25:32 14:01 27:34 20:24
Ilsuk Han 23:35 23:59 22:06 23:01 24:19 20:50
John Samways 24:15 22:28 21:45 22:52 23:26 24:06
Nick Cox 24:16 22:28 21:45 22:51 23:26 24:07
Paul Mccleery 21:17 22:19 25:04 25:32 23:21 22:41
Gemma Buley 24:31 23:07 21:36 25:28 19:52 24:39
Jim Vince 26:00 23:06 23:12 22:34 22:25 22:23
Todd Coleman 24:39 23:21 25:14 26:16 20:40 20:18
Simon Brown 22:25 23:46 22:14 22:10 24:06 25:33
David Stuart 22:15 22:00 22:05 22:41 25:38 26:36
Justin Bateman 24:01 23:10 22:10 23:36 24:49 22:44
Keith James 23:32 25:11 25:30 20:14 26:04 19:43
Mark Bartup 22:37 25:07 24:37 25:30 20:45 22:31
Simon Mackenzie 24:05 24:08 22:42 23:24 25:00 21:56
Stephen West 22:36 22:29 22:41 24:36 24:28 25:49
Maxime Fouquet 20:18 18:36 21:15 23:21 31:17 30:11
Michael Wiggins 20:42 23:06 24:05 24:37 26:20 24:14
David Sloan 22:23 21:05 23:28 22:33 25:15 29:34
James Mclaughlin 23:33 23:25 23:30 24:25 24:59 23:17
Conrad Wild 24:43 24:04 26:00 23:42 22:10 22:08
Sarah Booker 24:43 24:08 25:53 23:42 22:09 22:09
Judith Gambli 22:59 22:40 24:09 22:39 24:26 27:19
Russell Tullett 24:29 23:38 24:17 23:27 25:10 24:35
Beth Pirie 25:02 26:31 24:48 24:24 22:33 21:40
Peter Gold 25:48 25:54 24:52 22:01 24:38 21:45
Christopher Simpson 23:33 23:37 23:13 24:22 25:09 27:30
Mark Myles 24:07 25:32 27:36 23:05 22:21 25:23
Andrew Massie 25:10 25:18 22:10 23:37 25:32 26:54
Paul Carr 27:51 27:10 24:48 24:15 20:55 22:40
Mark Taylor-Weir 27:22 25:58 25:24 20:49 24:21 24:50
Alison Read 25:47 25:49 23:31 27:55 22:41 24:20
Tim Davies 24:09 24:06 24:31 24:38 26:10 27:25
Alan Krisciunas 26:46 26:26 17:32 32:06 25:24 22:17
Nicholas Ward 24:48 23:55 24:14 28:33 27:57 22:56
Akgun Ozsoy 23:59 25:13 25:25 27:57 25:16 24:27
Craig Edwards 24:45 27:13 26:41 22:52 23:43 25:32
Mark Thornberry 23:19 24:41 25:08 24:50 25:03 29:36
Jo Hadfield 28:56 26:52 23:17 24:24 23:30 23:27
Flavien Bascoul 24:47 23:34 23:13 28:38 27:27 25:40
Lee Wilkinson 24:46 27:13 26:40 23:15 25:19 23:54
Steven Southwell 24:16 25:24 24:53 25:20 26:18 26:33
David Price 22:41 22:37 27:53 29:34 26:25 26:31
Jane Stephens 25:02 26:32 24:48 23:38 24:49 28:29
Kieren Unwin 25:50 25:15 23:49 24:12 26:07 28:49
Gavin Boyter 21:50 25:41 26:26 26:17 29:14 25:43
Gregoire Godin 24:31 27:23 30:07 24:20 22:05 25:43
Anthony White 25:17 24:52 27:11 25:00 27:10 25:45
Stuart Smith 25:45 26:52 26:02 25:30 26:35 23:29
Becky Shuttleworth 24:01 23:44 33:13 22:28 24:43 28:16
Melissa Arkinstall 22:37 21:07 23:57 26:34 29:23 34:14
Darren Pilbeam 23:20 26:16 25:54 26:13 27:51 25:42
Emma Bird 25:13 26:23 27:27 25:06 25:22 25:34
Christina Spooner 22:38 23:55 25:36 26:41 29:31 29:59
Kevin Munt 27:34 26:46 26:21 25:20 26:14 24:06
Charlotte Davey 26:41 26:14 28:00 26:21 23:44 26:17
Julian Howard 26:41 26:14 27:59 26:21 23:44 26:18
Arren Grant 26:34 27:36 26:30 26:28 25:45 24:09
Tracey Watson 27:35 27:43 26:07 26:43 23:41 25:08
Paul Spackman 25:51 25:47 28:23 25:32 28:45 24:29
Roz Glover 25:48 26:38 23:39 26:06 25:56 30:17
Joe Delaney 25:48 26:16 26:58 24:34 26:33 29:01
Chloe Sellwood 26:46 26:31 26:17 25:28 26:34 27:19
Paul Gilbertson 26:46 26:30 26:17 25:30 26:33 27:19
David Eade 24:48 26:46 27:20 26:12 28:53 25:23
Tim Seers 25:36 25:17 26:06 28:37 30:09 25:05
Peter Johnson 26:33 26:41 26:52 23:04 30:06 26:10
Phil Gatsky 25:27 28:02 27:01 27:33 26:21 25:09
Clare Jamieson 24:47 24:51 24:45 28:14 30:13 29:48
Sarah Easingwood-Wilson 26:55 26:28 29:31 28:20 22:14 28:31
Nicola Hoy 24:26 26:52 27:39 32:50 23:36 27:29
Maxine Lock 24:15 26:56 27:46 27:30 28:33 27:34
Caroline Crouchman 26:40 28:37 26:31 27:19 24:44 27:27
Hamilton Ngan 27:47 29:40 25:55 28:31 26:40 22:43
John Finnigan 26:27 25:15 23:01 31:01 30:06 28:12
Lynn Cunningham 27:46 28:11 26:21 25:41 25:21 28:45
Brent Mullane 24:24 26:00 29:09 27:25 28:51 28:26
Francis Gilchrist 24:46 27:13 26:55 25:35 29:38 29:25
Andy Killworth 24:15 22:52 28:04 26:15 28:11 36:27
Tim Cox 27:37 26:46 27:07 27:46 24:41 29:46
Andrew Disley 28:32 30:54 28:43 27:16 21:44 24:30
Graham Carter 27:01 29:34 31:42 27:08 23:18 24:35
Philippe Ecaille 28:38 28:21 27:40 25:57 26:38 26:05
Kate Jayden 28:11 28:47 29:10 29:12 24:50 23:37
Phil Bradburn 28:24 26:44 27:30 26:39 26:41 28:24
Rachel Hessom 26:47 28:40 26:39 31:47 25:15 25:22
Simon Whalley 24:11 29:44 28:48 26:08 29:32 25:29
Paul Mclaughlin 27:53 29:03 28:44 28:26 25:32 24:20
Garry Curley 26:35 25:19 27:30 27:14 29:37 29:41
Christine Buckledee 28:12 29:09 29:02 28:52 24:58 23:51
Daniel Benwell 24:38 27:03 28:33 29:45 28:51 27:03
Tinu Ogundari 31:01 30:47 26:52 27:05 23:06 24:00
Rachel Lonergan 26:45 30:00 25:11 28:05 26:46 28:00
Jan Strachan 29:18 27:00 27:34 31:02 26:12 25:25
Michael Walters 24:21 26:12 28:54 27:59 32:22 28:15
Matt Evenden 25:49 26:51 27:37 30:21 30:09 26:56