Results for 2018

Nowadays quite a lot of races only show club name for EA registered runners.  This is very frustrating as it makes it much more difficult to find Hardley results.  If I miss you please email me.  Or better still, join EA.

Results are published here in date order, latest at the top. If you have any results to add, please email the webmaster (see contact us page).

Geoff Mills Trophies

Geoff was great racer. He turned out for pretty well everything. His family have given two trophies, one for women and one for men. They will go to the people who run in the most races in the RR10, HRRL, HCCL and CC6 series plus the cross country county, regional and national championships. The more races you finish the more points you get.

Here are the results so far (Excel spreadsheet) for the 2017/18 season. Click here to see previous results.

HRRL - The Netley 10K - Sunday 20 May 2018

HRRL Captain VIcki C larke reports, "On what can only be described as a hot and sunny Sunday, Hardley runners were out in force for the Netley 10k. The course is 3 laps, of gently undulating roads around Royal Victoria Country park, with some lovely views out over the Solent. As a good course for spectators, it was lovely to have friends and family supporting the runners as we ran past.

We had enough runners to field complete teams, with for the men Dan Latham leading us home in 92nd in an aesthetically pleasing 41:41. Simon Ibbotson was close on his heals with a great return from injury in 111th in 42:31. Graham Robbins and Mick Anglim completed the A team with 44:40 and 46:23 respectively. Dave Wilson (47:18) and Steve Bradley (49:31) added to the purple contingent.

For the women, Liz Young in her first road race appearance in 2 years positively flew round coming in an incredible 9th in 41:43 also getting a 3rd in her age group! Vicki Clarke came in in 32nd in 45:32 and Chris Harris completed the team in 56:09. Jan Anglim and Ann Bruce-Low provided solid contributions to the B team in 1:08:01 and 1:46:59 respectively.

Fantastic running by all! Next up is the rescheduled Eastleigh 10k on 17th June – see you there."

You can see the full results including chip times here  They show that Liz's chip time was faster than Dan's so she was the fastest Hardley finisher.  What a come back!

The 3rd RR10 - Wilverley - Weds 16 May 2018

Joint RR10 Captain Dan Latham reports,"The runners were welcomed by some very strong chilly winds on arrival at Wilverley Plain this evening for the third RR10 run of the season. New Forest Runners hosted a similar route to previous years, starting out on the plain and then weaving through the forest trails for two different loops in the woods. There were a lot of down hill sections and a few long hilly sections to contend with.

A great turn out again with 32 Hardley Runners taking part, and nice to see more new faces again, well done to all those completing their first RR10. 

The ladies put in a great performance with a highly placed first team, led by Charmaine Bradford (20th), Vicky Clarke (21st) and Alex Burlinson (23rd).

Callum Johnson had another good run in the mens finishing 43rd with Matt Tanner following in 45th which will no doubt be a very high position in the V50's.

Well done everyone.

The next race is our own organised run on 30th May, please note; we (Hardley Runners) cannot take part in this run, but we look forward to seeing all those who have volunteered to help marshal, thanks again for volunteering, further details will be sent out in the next week.

The next run for us to take part in is on 6th June at Fleming Park, Eastleigh."

Hardley results are below.  The full results will be on the RR10 website (see Links tab above) by the evening after the race.

Pos
Name Cat  
Pos
Name Cat  
Pos
Name Cat
Women
20 Charmaine Bradford     52 Tamsin Roberts     151 Sally Kirk V60
21 Vicki Clarke     103 Chris Harris V60   152 Vanessa Poucher V60
23 Alex Burlinson V50   119 Sally Harbut V40        
34 Jane Morgan V50   137 Karen Humphreys          
Men
43 Callum  Johnson     119 Ian Hawker V60   216 Andy Astley V60
45 Matt Tanner V50   160 Mark Lee V50   224 Rob  Wells V40
56 Dale Purdon V50   173 Glen Hastlelow V50   228 Jeremy Barber V60
61 Jack Fairbrother     182 Brendon Harbut V40   234 Andy Barber V60
70 Dan Latham     186 John  Labbett V50   240 John  Simmonds V60
81 Simon Ibbotson     193 Ian Craddock V40   244 Guy Lawrenson V60
84 Paul Blundell V50   194 Mick Anglim V70        
112 Trevor Huddleston V40   196 David Gould V50        

The L2SOTM - Longparish - Sunday 13 May 2018

The Longparish Second Sunday of the Month (L2SOTM) is a 5K handicap run round the lovely village of Longparish.  This month there were 4 Hardley runners, Katie Collard, Jacqui Healey, David Gould and Jeremy Barber.  It was Ian Beveridge's 100th race so refreshments included Buck's Fizz and a special cake which you can see here.

The Lymington Lifeboat 10K - Sunday 13 May 2018

This race is always popular with Hardley members and this year was no exception with 15 finishers.  Hardley results are below.  You can read more about the event and see the full results here and see the photos here.

Pos
Name
Cat
Time Chip Time
4 Paul Pallister M40 00:35:01 00:35:00
37 Chris Harris M 00:40:28 00:40:24
47 Dan Latham M 00:41:46 00:41:43
49 Alice Rudd F 00:41:51 00:41:50
97 Natalie Green F 00:43:58 00:43:55
100 Ian Smith M50 00:44:03 00:43:59
129 Alan Chambers M40 00:45:06 00:44:52
149 Phil Rudd M 00:46:06 00:46:00
191 John Simmonds M60 00:47:32 00:47:18
225 Glenn Hastelow M50 00:48:43 00:48:35
520 Christine Harris F55 00:57:20 00:57:02
534 Sarah Fitton F45 00:57:34 00:56:59
756 Roma Stewart F45 01:06:14 01:05:22
876 Angela Simmonds F55 01:20:29 01:19:34
893 Annie Bruce-Low F75 01:45:26 01:44:33

HRRL Race 10 - The Alton 10 - Sunday 13 May2018

HRRL Captain Vicki Clarke reports, "Well done to everyone running today. Alton 10m was a hard, hilly and hot hrrl. Tim Anetts led us in with a cracking time of 1.01.24, with Matt tanner following in a great 1.07. Dave Wilson and Malcolm (1st in his age group) topped off the team, with Mick Anglim coming in a solid 1.25. For the girls it was disappointing to not have a complete team for the league (please do enter these races if you can!) But both myself and Jan anglim ran in 1.17.50 and 1.59.55 respectively. Great running by all. Hope to see everyone next week for Netley 10k!

Hardley results are below.  You can see the full results here and there are loads of photos here and loads more here.  Enjoy!

Pos
Name Time Chip Time Category Cat Pos Gender Pos
12
TIMOTHY ANETTS 01:01:30 01:01:24 MS 9 12
55
MATTHEW TANNER 01:07:31 01:07:14 M50 8 50
191
VICKI CLARKE 01:18:18 01:17:50 FS 10 33
219
DAVE WILSON 01:20:24 01:19:49 M60 9 178
241
MALCOLM RENYARD 01:22:34 01:21:59 M70 1 194
289
MICK ANGLIM 01:26:04 01:25:29 M70 2 225
471
JAN ANGLIM 02:00:59 01:59:55 W65 5 171

The 2nd RR10 - Stoney Cross - Weds 2 May 2018

The day started wet but the sun came out in time for the RR10 and there was another excellent Hardley turnout with 12 women and 28 men.  Well done all.  The forest was very wet but the course was mainly on good gravel paths so that was not a problem and we demonstrated strength in depth with places ranging from 5th - well done Natalie - to 235th - must get fitter Jeremy.  If you are new to RR10s we hope you enjoyed it and will be back for more at Wilverley in two weeks.  And if you are an old hand then we know you enjoy RR10s and you'll be back!

Hardley results are below.  The full results will be on the RR10 website (see Links tab above) by the evening after the race.

Pos
Name Cat  
Pos
Name Cat  
Pos
Name Cat
Women
5 Natalie Green     35 Jane Hodge V50   151 Sally Harbut V40
11 Vicki Clarke     44 Hannah Cockle     177 Sally Kirk V60
19 Charmaine Bradford     113 Chris Harris V60   178 Vanessa Poucher V60
29 Jane Morgan V50   124 Jacqui Healey V50   186 Anne Brucelow V70
Men
27 Callum  Johnson     110 Dave Wilson V60   188 John  Labbett V50
28 Jim Suswain     111 Martin Loveless V60   191 David Gould V50
54 Matt Tanner V50   113 Ian Hawker V60   198 Ian Craddock V40
57 Dale Purdon V50   118 Malcolm Renyard V70   205 Paul Newby V70
58 Jack Fairbrother     124 Shaun Pettitt     217 Rob  Wells V40
68 Simon Ibbotson     141 Chris  Wilson V50   231 Trevor Huddleston V40
74 Mark Darcy V40   146 Glen Hastlelow V50   234 Andy Barber V60
79 Paul Blundell V50   148 Ed Biddle V40   235 Jeremy Barber V60
95 Dan Chown     158 Roger  Morgan V50        
98 Graham Robbins     163 Brendon Harbut V40        

The Triple Whammy - Andover - Saturday 28 April 2018

Three Hardley runners, Jane Hodge, David Gould and Jeremy Barber were joined by parkrunner James Masters for the Triple Whammy.  The idea is simple. First you do the Andover parkrun, then you jog the six miles or so to Hurstbourne Tarrant, then you do the Hurstbourne Tarrant 5, a lovely scenic trail race which is only 20 metres short of being an official fell race.

All went well and the rain (mostly) held off.  The parkrun was fine, the rape field on the way to HBT was passble though a bit difficult underfoot and the bluebell wood was lovely.  But the going was a bit muddy underfoot so we were a tad slower than planned and arrived to see the race vanishing into the distance.  Barging our way through the start of the kid's race we set off in hot pursuit, only to be overtaken by a swarm of high speed children including two Longparish ones, Benjie and Noah who urged us on.  By the time we got to the top of the fist hill we had all caught the tail runner.  James and Jane surged ahead, Jeremy plodded ahead and David enjoyed the honour of last place.  His (entirely valid) excuses were

1. that he had run a marathon the week before and

2. that he had run the seven miles to Andover before the parkrun. 

Whatever our speed, we enjoyed the whole event and it was made even better by the bacon butties afterwards.  If you like trail running then give it a go in 2019.

Here's a photo album to show what you missed.

For the record, Jane was 206th in 61:39, Jeremy was 245th in 75:33 and David was 251st in 78:26.  You can see the full results here

Yorkshire Three Peaks Race - Saturday 28 April 2018

Paddy Butler reports, "Yesterday I competed in the 65th Yorkshire 3 peaks fell race (https://www.threepeaksrace.orgThe race is billed as the "Marathon with Mountains" as it takes runners 23.3 miles over the highest Yorkshire summits of Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough with 5,279ft of rugged and spectacular ascent and descent. There were sections of both road and bog and you run alongside the famous Ribblehead viaduct. Some of the ascent on Whernside was almost vertical with climbing using your hands. This year the Three Peaks was the selection race for the World Long Distance Mountain Running Championships. Following a tragedy in severe weather in 1978, revised safety regulations and race control procedures were introduced and minimum experience qualifications were imposed on all entrants. To enter I had to submit a short c.v. and complete at least 2 fell runs of Category AM, AL, or BL. The winner this year finished in 2hrs 49mins. Strict cut off times at several check points meant that 66 runners either retired or were put on the bus of shame. I managed to come home in 4hrs 50mins in 521st position of 767 starters. 89th of 155 in MV50 class.

I'd highly recommend the race as an excellent excuse not only to take part in an iconic event but to visit the Yorkshire Dales and have a long weekend oop north."

Paddy Butler"

You can see the full results here

Southampton Marathon, Half and 10K - Sunday 22 April 2018

It was a warm day for running a long way and Hardley runners turned out in force.  Results are below.  Click on the runner's name to see more information.

Pos
Name Time Chip Time Category Cat Pos Gender Pos Half Time
Marathon
59 Darryl STILL 3:21:32.2 3:21:17.8 MSen 34 55 1:32:40.5
169 Nick NEWTON 3:44:31.6 3:42:40.7 MV60 2 157 1:48:46.5
923 Sarah HOOD 5:23:37.5 5:19:16.3 FSen 103 200 2:37:07.3
Half Marathon
28 Mark CAUSEBROOK 1:25:57.4 1:25:56.5 MSen 17 24  
31 Nathan RENYARD 1:26:26.5 1:26:23.0 MV40 5 27  
110 Matthew TANNER 1:33:41.6 1:33:37.4 MV50 2 99  
307 Natalie GREEN 1:42:07.4 1:40:54.6 FSen 22 34  
357 Ben PITMAN 1:43:50.5 1:42:00.1 MSen 207 318  
440 Ian SMITH 1:45:57.9 1:44:45.4 MV50 24 388  
830 Ian HAWKER 1:54:37.2 1:51:16.4 MV60 16 714  
1103 Graham ROBBINS 1:59:31.0 1:56:09.7 MSen 573 922  
1132 Steve BRADLEY 1:59:55.1 1:57:46.8 MV60 22 940  
1713 Brendon HARBUT 2:07:42.2 2:04:21.2 MV40 382 1341  
1932 Joanna AVERY 2:10:48.2 2:07:38.8 FSen 292 458  
1969 Ian CRADDOCK 2:11:09.9 2:08:15.9 MV40 416 1495  
2151 Elizabeth MOULD 2:13:52.8 2:04:57.4 FV50 52 539  
2485 Andrew ASTLEY 2:18:51.2 2:15:30.3 MV60 51 1789  
3201 Hilary HINKS 2:30:32.2 2:25:00.2 FV60 18 1075  
3238 Sarah FITTON 2:31:11.4 2:22:15.9 FV40 275 1094  
3408 Lauren HARMAN 2:34:42.1 2:31:12.6 FSen 760 1210  
3497 Sally HARBUT 2:36:37.8 2:33:09.6 FV40 326 1271  
3533 Helen FAY 2:37:27.8 2:33:58.9 FV40 337 1293  
3534 Robert WELLS 2:37:28.3 2:33:58.7 MV40 637 2241  
4234 Ann BRUCE-LOW 4:54:11.5 4:46:31.9 FV70 1 1758  
10K
49 Simon IBBOTSON 43:46.4 43:44.0 MSen 31 46  
140 Aleksandra BURLINSON 49:19.7 49:05.0 FV50 1 18  
202 Roy DYER 51:32.5 50:16.8 MV50 21 169  
333 John SIMMONDS 54:48.4 53:25.5 MV60 6 263  
1068 Roma STEWART 1:08:01.1 1:07:13.7 FV40 113 468  
1529 Angela SIMMONDS 1:17:47.4 1:16:22.4 FV60 22 804  
1827 Sarah KAY 1:46:06.5 1:43:49.1 FSen 593 1038  

The London Marathon - Sunday 22 April 2018

The hottest London Marathon on record.  Well done all.

Pos
Name Time Chip Time Category Cat Pos Gender Pos Half Time
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03:00:30
M45 1113 115   01:23:31
1396 Ben Andrew 03:04:05 MS 1339 843   01:28:32
6286 Alice Rudd 03:42:37 FS 1032 632   01:40:24
17312 Alice Ryder 04:36:15 FS 4914 2605   02:00:17
21716 Tamsin Roberts 04:54:35 FS 6660 3555   02:14:43
30620 Steven Avery 05:36:54 M45 19803 3032   02:39:54
32474 Danii Bundy 05:47:33 FS 11790 6393   02:37:51

The Pewsey Downsaround 26.6 - Sunday 22 April 2018

A lovely LDWA event that is open to well behaved runners and in true LDWA style, we report the names of members who took part in alphabetical order.  Paul Blundell, David Gould, Tiffany Hanley, Martin Loveless. 

Tiff reports,"Beautiful scenery, lovely course, great check points." 

You can read more about the event here

The First RR10 - Netley - Wednesday 18 April 2018

Joint RR10 Captain, Dan Latham reports, "There was a great Hardley turn out for the first RR10 of the season, considering many runners were saving themselves for this weekends Southampton Marathon events. 8 Ladies and 27 men attended on the glorious summery evening at Victoria Country Park. The Netley course was its usual mix of tarmac, gravel, roots and twisty trails. Karen Denham had a brilliant run coming in 16th lady, as did Jim Suswain and Matt Tanner in 32nd and 37th places in the men's. It was also great to see so many new faces with 5 runners taking part in their first RR10 and we hope to see many more new faces this year. There also look to be some great age category results all over the board, which will be interesting to review once all clubs results are in.

The next RR10 is at Stoney Cross, near Fritham on Wednesday 2nd May. See you then!"

Hardley results are below.  The full results will be on the RR10 website (see LInks tab above) on Thursday evening.

For you webmaster this was a challenging evening.  Despite allowing one hours and 45 minutes for the journey we were 5 minutes late.  Of course that meant we had to park as far away from the start as possible.  Then we had to get to the start and we arrived to see that the race was disappearing into the distance. So we had to catch the tail runners then we were able to join in.  Must remember to leave even more time next year.

Pos
Name Cat  
Pos
Name Cat  
Pos
Name Cat
Women
16 Karen Denham V40   31 Alex Burlinson V50   132 Jacqui Healey V50
24 Jane Morgan V50   71 Hannah Cockle     146 Sally Harbut V40
27 Jane Hodge V50   113 Chris Harris V60        
Men
32 Jim Suswain     125 Dan Chown     171 John  Simmonds V60
37 Matt Tanner V50   128 Trevor Huddleston V40   181 Brendon Harbut V40
64 Dale Purdon V50   138 Malcolm Renyard V70   194 Patrick James V40
68 Mark Darcy V40   141 Mick Anglim V70   196 John  Labbett V50
70 Jack Fairbrother     142 Ian Hawker V60   210 Paul Newby V70
78 Dan Latham     146 Mark Lee V50   218 Ian Craddock V40
104 Paul Blundell V50   152 Ed Biddle V40   248 Rob  Wells V40
121 Steve Haysom V60   169 Matt Captain V40   257 Jeremy Barber V60
123 Dave Wilson V60   170 Glen Hastlelow V50   266 Andy Barber V60

HRRL Race 9 - The Salisbury 10 - Sunday 8 April 2018

The Salisbury 10 is the City of Salisbury Athletics & Running Club’s flagship event. A friendly race suitable for all abilities that follows a scenic route north of Salisbury following the banks of the River Avon through the gently undulating Woodford Valley with fine views of the cathedral spire on the return leg.

Hardley results are below.  You can read more about the race here and see the full results here

Pos
Name Time Chip Time Category Cat Pos Gender Pos
85 Matthew Tanner 01:06:19 01:06:14 MV50 11 80
278 Mick Anglim 01:17:28 01:17:18 MV70 2 231
340 Jane Hodge 01:21:25 01:21:04 FV55 7 65
462 Vicki Clarke 01:28:40 01:28:05 FSnr 29 120
569 Christine  Harris 01:36:02 01:35:03 FV65 3 195
716 Jan Anglim 01:53:02 01:51:49 FV65 8 307

The Paris Marathon - Sunday 8 April 2018

Emma Rogers reports,

"I’ve just completed Paris Marathon.
It’s probably the hardest thing I have ever done, and I would not have been able to do it if it wasn’t for the help and support of this club.
Thank you so much "

Well done Emma.  For the record, Emma completed her first matahon in 37,920th place in 5:22:39.  Click on the picture of her to see the official photographs that she features in.

The Test Way Ultra - Saturday 7 April 2018

Mark Lee and Paul Blundell did this scenic 44 miler.  Paul reports,

"Mark Lee and myself decided to enter the Test Way Ultra 44 organised by Andover trail runners.

The plan was to ...."  Click here to read the full report and see the pictures.

West Wight 3 Hills  - Monday 2 April 2018

This is a tough race and this year's, due to the muddy conditions and a long detour from Alum Bay, was perhaps the toughest yet.

Club President, Mick Anglim, reports, "It was a memorable set of results for Forest based runners and particularly the ladies.

The annual race is organised by Ryde Harriers and although only 8.2 miles long had over 1,000' of climbing over very varied terrain. It starts at Freshwater Leisure Centre and climbs up a muddy gully to Golden Hill Fort before descending on road back through Freshwater and up again to Headon Warren. The underfoot conditions were particularly testing with many muddy and slippery sections before the sheer climb from Alum Bay up the grassy side of Tennyson Down. The run along the ridge was in the mist before the long descent into Freshwater Bay and the return on road to Freshwater.

Sway's Kathy Bailey of Winchester AC stormed around the tough course in 59:42 to finish 11th overall, 1st lady and 1st F50 improving on her 2nd place in 2017. Romsey's Sue Sleath, a 2nd Claim Hardley Runner, finished in 64:30 to claim both 2nd lady and 2nd F50 with Liz Young of Hardley 3rd lady and 1st F35 in 66:09. Liz had not run an Open race for over 2 years so it was great to see her back in action.

Success for our ladies continued with Chris Harris 2nd F65 in 90:09.

The Hardley men were not quite so successful but Matt Tanner finished 13th overall and 2nd M50 in 61:48 and Mick Anglim was 1st M70 in 71:42.  And Matt, Mick and Paul Bundell, who finsihed in 67:41, made up a Hardley team who finsihed 5th and were the only non Isle of Wight team in the top ten. Well done. 

Other Hardley results: Martin Loveless - 72:17, Dave Wilson - 75:17, Mike Sleath - 108:06"

You can see the full results here.

Combe Gibbet to Overton 16 mile trail race - Sunday 25 March 2018

Paddy Butler reports, "An extremely scenic point to point run through Berkshire and Hampshire. Tougher than I thought it would be due to the muddy conditions and  undulating hills and ridges but some great views."

Martin Loveless adds, "Lovely race but very sticky underfoot and still some snow in places on the tracks.  Know it’s downhill overall but I’d forgotten just how much uphill there was as well!"

If you like that sort of thing but are daunted by 16 miles then how about all or part of the Triple Whammy on Saturday 28 April - see Race Diary tab above for details.

Hardley results are below.  You can see the full results here.

Pos
Time Name Cat
8 01:49:01 Mark Causebrook SM
99 02:21:02 Paddy Butler MV55
172 02:43:56 Martin Loveless MV60
173 02:43:56 Tiffany Hanley FV50

The Grizzly Cub - Seaton - Sunday 18 March 2018

Along with lots of races, the Grizzly was cancelled bacause of the bad weather but the Cub went ahead with a revised course and the four Hardley runners who made it to Seaton had a great time.  Paddy Butler reports,

"Did the Grizzly today. It should have been retitled the Polar Bear. The marshals and organisers did a tremendous job considering the weather and were very good humoured. They shortened the course down to the 10 mile route but it was tough enough with the sub zero temperatures plus windchill. Conditions underfoot were slippery and, at times, the visibility was poor. I've never run on a beach with snow on it and I've never had en route cups of water with ice in them - would be nice on many runs but not needed today. 1266 runners finished which was a great turnout."

Hardley results are below.  You can see the full results here.  And here's an album from Adrian Mudle.

Pos
Name Time Chip Time Gender Pos
149 Paddy Butler 01:21:43 01:20:45 138
783 Brendon Harbut 01:56:17 01:55:23 580
786 Ian Hawker 01:56:24 01:55:28 581
812 Adrian Mudle 01:58:43 01:57:47 597

CC6 Race 8 - Wilverley - Sunday 11 March 2018

CC6 Captain, Simon Ibbotson, reports,

Today was the final CC6 of the 2017/2018 series, held at Wilverley. Due to bird nesting the course was changed to use tracks of the inclosure which provided a hilly, muddy and challenging route.  Well done to all our runners and special mention to Vicki Clarke for leading home the ladies in 14th place and Nathan Renyard for the men in 12th.

Also, happy Mother's Day to all that Mums that took part.

Following on from the CC6s will be the RR10 series, which begins in around 5 weeks time. Details are on our Race Diary page".

Simon is retiring as CC6 Captain at the end of this season.  If you think you might like to replace him please contact Simon (see Contact Us tab above).

Hardley results are below.  The full results are on the CC6 website (see Links tab above).

 

CC6 Race 7 (of 8) - Denny Wood - Sunday 18 February 2018

Click on the thumbnail to see the team photo. And there's a lovely album of over 600 photos on FB here.

CC6 Captain, Simon Ibbotson, reports,

"It was a great turn out for Hardley this morning, with 8 ladies and 23 men running for us.  Jane Morgan led home the ladies in 9th place and Rob Kelf the men in 15th place.  Well done everyone!

Next up is the final race of the series at Wilverley Plain on the 11th March."

Martin Loveless comments, "What a great course, mud, mud, mud, grass and a bit of gravel followed by lots of cakes at the end - perfect "

And Dan Powell adds, " 27 today! And what better way to celebrate it than a muddy CC6 at Denny Wood this morning!"

Simon is retiring as CC6 Captain at the end of this season.  If you think you might like to replace him please contact Simon (see Contact Us tab above).

Hardley results are below.  The full results are on the CC6 website (see Links tab above).

Pos
Name Cat  
Pos
Name Cat  
Pos
Name Cat
Women
9 Jane Morgan V50   36 Lisa Lewis V50   97 Sally Kirk V60
14 Vicki Clarke S   78 Sarah Fitton V40   101 Annie Bruce Low V70
23 Hannah Du Preez S   91 Sally Harbut V40        
Men
15 Rob Kelf S   66 Paddy Butler V50   133 Glenn Hastelow V50
24 Nathan Renyard S   74 Ian Smith V50   138 Brendon Harbut V40
38 Dan Powell S   75 Paul Blundell V50   147 Adrian Mudle V60
44 Dale Purdom V50   81 Dan Chown S   156 Rob Wells V40
51 John Robson V50   82 Ian Hawker V60   157 Mike Sleath V50
52 Matthew Tanner V50   84 Mick Anglim V70   158 Jeremy Barber V60
60 Simon Ibbotson S   107 Dave Wilson V60   169 Roy van Hal V70
61 Dan Latham S   118 Martin Loveless V60        

HCCL Race 8 - Aldershot - Saturday 10 February 2018

Click on the thumbnail to see the big picture.

Acting Cross Country Captain, Mick Anglim, reports,

"The final HCCL race was held in the rain on a new course near Aldershot yesterday. The playing field sections of the 9k course for men and 5.9k for women were muddy and slippy and the woodland paths were worse!

Hardley men romped home in 1st place in Div 3 for the 3rd time which put them top of the League and earned promotion for next season. Tim Anetts led the team home in 36th place with Mark Causebrook 54, James Clarke 97, Dale Purdom 116 and Mick Anglim the only M70 in 157.

The Hardley ladies also had a fantastic performance finishing 7th out of 27 Clubs!! 

Natalie Green was an impressive 23rd with Liz Young 36, Vicki Clarke 47, Tamsin Roberts 76 and Chris Harris 3rd W65 in 105th. 

Natalie and Vicki ended the season in 19th and 27th overall in a very high class field."

Hardley results are below. You can see the full results here.

Pos
Vet Pos Name Cat Time
Men 9K
36   Tim Anetts
37:24
54   Mark Causebrook
39:02
97   James Clarke
42:03
116 46 Dale Purdom
M50
43:36
157 76 Mick Anglim
M70
48:52
Women 5.9K
23   Natalie Green
27:30
36 11 Liz Young
V35
29:01
47   Vicki Clarke
30:02
76   Tamsin Roberts
32:4
105 59 Chris Harris
V65
38:20

HRRL Race 7 - The Ryde 10 - Sunday 4 February 2018

Men's Road Race Captain, Tim Anetts, reports, "Some great results at the very windy and hilly Ryde 10mile. As always there was a good turn out from Hardley. A new course divided opinion but well done to both the men and ladies who put out good teams and special mention to Mick Anglim who came first in the V70 category."

Hardley results are below.  You can see the full results here.

Pos
Name Cat Gender Pos Cat Pos Gun Time Chip Time
18 Tim Anetts SM 17 12 01:01:44 01:01:44
64 Dan Powell SM 58 29 01:07:34 01:07:29
74 Matt Tanner M50 67 8 01:09:28 01:09:22
102 Callum Tanner SM 90 42 01:12:16 01:12:11
151 Natalie Green SF 26 8 01:15:16 01:14:58
153 Paul Blundell M50 127 14 01:15:40 01:15:31
165 Vicki Clarke SF 32 9 01:16:58 01:16:39
200 Mick Anglim M70 158 1 01:19:42 01:19:29
239 Mark Lee M50 183 21 01:24:19 01:24:10
266 Tamsin Roberts SF 70 20 01:27:12 01:26:54

The Stonehenge Stomp - Sunday 28 January 2018

Mick Anglim reports, "On Sunday morning in Amesbury the weather conditions were perfect for the 30th anniversary of the Stonehenge Stomp. Surprisingly the underfoot conditions were very good with just a few patches of mud on the longer courses. Thankfully the event has now been taken over by the City of Salisbury AC using the same format as Amesbury Walkers.

That and the good weather may explain why there was a record entry of 940 runners and walkers. Hardley was represented by 15 who pre-entered and at least another dozen who entered on the day.

Among them Matt and Callum Tanner flew around the 20k route which Jan Anglim and Sue Lewis took a little more leisurely. 

Natalie Green shrugged off the Brighton X/C and joined Ian Smith and daughter Hannah for the 30k course while Roger Morgan used the 40k route as marathon training.

I jogged around the 'alternative 20' which omits the initial residential section but includes the final scenic  10k of the 40k course. 

At £5 including refreshments at 6 Checkpoints and an impressive 30th Anniversary embroidered badge the Stomp has to be the one of the best value local events. Long may it continue under CoSARC."

Steve Bennett adds, "I bumped into a few other Hardley Runners in this annual event celebrating its 30th year.

After pre-race bro-hugs from Mark Lee, a large group of us including Alice Ryder, Paul Blundell set off on the 30K route. Matt and Callum Tanner were doing the 20K and soon turned off. I made a mistake of chatting to Sue Sleath - now Sue is lovely - but she's fast....and so I found myself putting in a little more work than normal and pulled clear of the other Hardley 30K group until Natalie Green shot past me at 17 miles!

As always a great event with a choice of 10, 20, 30 or 40K routes to run, jog or walk, well signed and organised."

Click on the logo to see some pictures.  And you can read more about the event here.

Southern Cross Country Championships - Brighton - Saturday 27 January 2018

Vicki Clarke reports

"On Saturday 27th six Hardley Runners made the trip down to Brighton for the Southern X/C Championships. Stanmer Park is on the side of the South Downs and with 250m of climb in 8k for the women and 440m in 14.4k for the men it was always going to be a tough course. The deteriorating weather ensured that it was a memorable race for all the Seniors!

On arriving the course was already muddy, but passable, so myself, Natalie Green and Chris Harris lined up amongst a packed line up of high standard athletes. As the gun went the rain started on cue, turning the course into a complete slip fest, with the uphills getting harder, and the downhills becoming treacherous. Despite that, I personally enjoyed it, and would recommend it to others to give it a go. Natalie ran a great race leading the team in in 124th, I was 184th and Chris finished us off in 339th. For me it was a great day out, and the souvenir hoody and Brighton night out post-race, definitely made it a fantastic trip. Well done to everyone who finished! Vicki

The men's race didn't start until 2:50 after nearly 1,700 runners had already churned up the course. The rain continued throughout the race and the wind turned stronger and colder. Andy Kellaway had to pull out on the first of 3 laps to protect a calf injury in the slippy conditions. Dale Purdom finished in a creditable 523rd position out of the 740 finishers." 

Mick Anglim adds,

"I've been competing in cross country races for over 55 years on 4 continents and the combination of terrain, mud and adverse weather made this one of the toughest. I took over 15 minutes longer than on the same course 3 years ago and finished in 724th place, almost in the dark!"

You can see the full results here

CC6 Race 6 (of 8) Kings Garn - Sunday 21 January 2018

CC6 Captain, Simon Ibbotson, reports, ""WET WET WET and very muddy describes the 6th CC6 held today at Kings Garn Gutter Inclosure at Stoney Cross. 6 ladies and 10 men ran for Hardley. Jane Morgan led home the ladies in 11th place and Dan Powell the men in 13th place. Well done everyone! 

Next up is Denny Wood in four weeks time, on the 18th February"

Here's an album with 700 pictures.

Hardley results are below.  The full results are on the CC6 website (see Links tab above).

Pos
Name Cat  
Pos
Name Cat  
Pos
Name Cat
Women
11 Jane Morgan V50   25 Tamsin Roberts S   27 Hannah Cockle S
16 Vicki Clarke S   26 Hannah Du Preez S   77 Annie Bruce Low V70
Men
13 Dan Powell S   53 Paul Blundell V50   75 Roger Morgan V50
19 Nathan Renyard S   60 Andy Kellaway V50   82 Dave Wilson V60
38 Matthew Tanner V50   61 Mick Anglim V70        
42 Jack Fairbrother S   63 Simon Ibbotson S        

HRRL Race 6 - The Stubbington 10K - Sunday 14 January 2018

Jane Hodge reports,

“The Stubbington 10km is a well organised HRRL race and the conditions were good enough yesterday for 4 PBs (Vicki Clarke, Graham Robbin, Tim Anetts and Paddy Butler who says he's not sure whether it was the Marcothon or the sea air what done it), a PB for the course (James Clarke) and a number of placings (Malc Renyard and Mick Anglim 2nd and 4th V70 respectively, Jane Hodge 3rd V55 and Jan Anglim 4th V70). There was little wind and it was not as cold as it has been so it was a very enjoyable race. Not only was the course fast and traffic free but you got a decent goody bag for your money (long sleeved technical bright green T-shirt, power bar, banana, water) and the results were posted very quickly.

I recommend you enter early for the 2019 race as it always fills up quickly.”

Hardley results are below.  You can see the full results here.

Pos
Name Cat Cat Pos Gun Time Chip Time
18 Tim Anetts MS 15 00:34:48 00:34:45
308 Paddy Butler MV55 19 00:42:57 00:42:44
362 Graham Robbins MS 148 00:44:15 00:44:08
371 Malcolm Renyard MV70 2 00:44:22 00:44:09
395 Vicki Clarke FS 15 00:44:41 00:44:14
459 Charles Wilson MV60 13 00:45:51 00:45:25
479 Mike Smith MV65 7 00:46:26 00:46:08
515 Mick Anglim MV70 4 00:47:31 00:47:16
569 Jane Hodge FV55 3 00:48:38 00:48:13
719 Charmaine Bradford FV35 34 00:51:15 00:49:45
944 Sarah Kay FS 75 00:55:33 00:54:48
1455 Jan Anglim FV70+ 4 01:07:15 01:05:16
1655 Annie Bruce-Low FV70+ 7 01:44:09 01:41:45

HCCL Race 4 - Reading - Saturday 13 January 2018

MIck Anglim reports, "The penultimate Hampshire Cross Country League race was held at Prospect Park, Reading on a cold but dry afternoon. Disappointingly Hardley did not have full teams for either men or women.

However Natalie Green and Vicki Clarke flew the flag high for Hardley with Natalie finishing in a season's best of 33rd with Vicki in 69th (having run Southampton parkrun in the morning!)

The course was heavy underfoot and hilly with the men having over 400' of climb in 9.2k and the ladies 5.2k.

Andy Kellaway is getting back to form and finished in his season's best of 135th with Mick Anglim in 157th and 3rd M60 and 1st M70.

Full Results are here 

The next and final HCCL fixture will be on a new venue at Rushmoor, Aldershot on Saturday 10 February.

Our men can still win Div3 if we get our swift youngsters out so please represent your club as there is no HRRL clash that weekend."

The Fifth CC6 - Badger Farm - Sunday 7 January 2018

CC6 Captain, Simon Ibbotson, reports, "Other than the icy wind it was a beautiful morning today for the 5th CC6 of the series, at Badger Farm, Winchester.  Some new fencing and livestock in the form of cows made for an interesting addition to the course this year.  This didn't seem to slow the race as we had some great results. The Clarkes led Hardley home today with James in 9th position and Vicki in 12th position. Very well done to everyone.

The next CC6 is Kings Garn Gutter Inclosure, Stoney Cross in just two weeks time on Sunday 21st Jan starting at 9:30am.  I will send out details nearer the time."

Hardely results are below.  The full results will be on the CC6 website the evening after the race.  Here's a small picture album from Simon and here's one from Hammy with over 1,400 pictures.

Pos
Name Cat  
Pos
Name Cat  
Pos
Name Cat
Women
12 Vicki Clarke S   59 Lisa Lewis V50        
20 Lynn McDonagh V40   130 Annie Bruce Low V70        
Men
9 James Clarke S   79 Paul Blundell V50   121 Roger Morgan V50
28 Brendan Anglim V40   83 Graham Robbins S   134 Jon Orpen S
30 Dan Powell S   99 Dan Chown S   176 Mike Sleath V50
49 Matthew Tanner V50   111 Ian Hawker V60   177 Jeremy Barber V60
64 Jack Fairbrother S   117 Patrick James V40        
65 Dan Latham S   118 Mick Anglim V70        

Hants Cross Country Championships - Fairthorne Manor - Saturday 6 January 2018

We are the Champions!

Acting Cross Country Captain, Mick Anglim, reports, "

Congratulations to our Hampshire Cross Country Champions Jane Morgan (W55) and Malc Renyard (M70).

Fairthorne Manor was wall to wall mud and rough underfoot in places as we crossed tractor tracks around the modified courses with the ladies running 8.4k and the men 11.75.

Fortunately the rain stayed away but there was a biting North wind.

Well done to Vicki Clarke as our only Senior runner.

It was disappointing that none of our younger men ran as we were one short of a Senior Men's team. Our Veteran Men finished 12th team."

Hardley results are below.  You can see the full results here

And here are over 4,500 photos by Hammy

Pos
Name Cat Cat Pos Time
Men 11.75K
146 Dale Purdom M50 8 55:57
150 Paddy Butler M55 10 56:17
161 Malcolm Renyard M70 1 58:33
162 Dave Wilson M60 6 58:51
66 Mick Anglim M70 2 59:20
Women 8.4K
49 Vicki Clarke SW 32 40:35
64 Jane Morgan W55 1 43:46

 

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