Results for 2020

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).

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.

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 (Excel spreadsheet) for the 2019/20 season.  28 women have represented the club with 145 appearences.  The clear first with 21 is Vicki Clarke.  Well done.  For the men it was a close contest.  62 men have represented us on 346 occasions.  Also on 21 points, Dan Latham was just one point ahead of Mick Anglim and Dave Wilson.  Well done Dan.

Click here to see previous results.

The Grizzly - Seaton - Sunday 8 March 2020

Well that was fun.  Even more mud than usual and the showers lubricated the mud so it was just a bit slippy.

For those as don't know, The Grizzly is 19 or 20 miles and a bit over 3000 feet of climbing.  It includes 2 stretches along the beach, various bits of wading, lots of hills, lots of mud, including the famous Valley of the Bogs and the ascent of the cliff know as the Stairway to Heaven.  It is brilliantly organised by Axe Valley Runners and there are loads of helpful and encouraging marshals.  All in all a very good thing and an event everyone should try at least once. If you prefer to start gently then there's the Cub which is only nine miles.

This year I travelled with Graeme Johnson and Andover parkrun friend, Lee.  We got a parking place near the start so we stayed out of the rain in the car until it was nearly time for the off.  Runners at the front of the field have no idea what muddy means.  But later it gets churned up and at the back your webmaster, Jeremy Barber, had a lovely time.  This was my 10th Grizzly and each year I go a bit slower so as to have more time to enjoy it.  You can get the idea from this photo album, mainly my pictures but thanks also to Sally Harbut and others.  The marshals and runners were lovely, as usual; it was a great experience and I have the sore knees and battered toes to prove it.

Well done to all who took part and a special mention to Chris Kidd who made it to mile 14, a great achievement for someone who was a beginner only a year ago.

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

Pos
Bib Name Gun time Chiptime Gender Pos
Grizzly Cub - about 9 miles
315 3550 Grace Hawker 02:10:58 02:08:06 153
372 3221 Michael Sleath 02:16:09 02:14:58 183
Grizzly - 19 0r 20 miles
605 1459 Brendon Harbut 04:14:07 04:12:53 495
689 925 Paul Blundell 04:23:54 04:21:21 547
695 419 Martin Loveless 04:24:38 04:22:05 552
696 29 Tiffany Hanley 04:24:38 04:22:08 144
950 924 Mike Roberts 04:51:39 04:48:47 704
967 1458 Ian Hawker 04:53:53 04:51:00 716
1061 1460 Graeme Johnson 05:03:34 05:00:28 764
1439 1457 Jeremy Barber 06:13:49 06:10:41 909

The 7th CC6 - Wilverley - Sunday 8 March 2020

Joint CC6 Captain, Roger Morgan, reports, "The last race of the CC 6 was probably the muddiest and most dirty of all the races so far this season. Therefore it was no surprise that our intrepid Hardley Runners turned out in force. In fact we had five runners attend who had not competed this season.

In total we had 15 male runners and seven females. By far our largest turnout of the season.

The race itself mainly took place in the enclosure and it seemed to me that we were either running uphill or downhill in extreme mud.

Despite the conditions our runners did extremely well. The first woman home for our club was Alice Rudd (7) with Jane Morgan (18) and Vicki Clarke (19). For the men our top three were Chris Harris (13) Callum Johnson (15) and Nathan Renyard (18). 

Thank you to all our runners this season and we look forward to the next CC6 series as they seem to get better each year."

Hardley results are below.  The full results will be on the CC6 website (see Links tab above) later today (Tuesday).

Pos
Name Cat  
Pos
Name Cat  
Pos
Name Cat
Women
7 Alice Rudd S   29 Tamsin Roberts S   64 Chris Harris V60
18 Jane Morgan V50   33 Lynn McDonagh V50        
19 Vicki Clarke S   34 Emily James  S        
Men
13 Chris Harris  S   38 Simon Ibbotson S   93 Matt Casey  S
15 Callum Johnson S   49 Paddy Butler  V50   97 Chris Wilson V50
18 Nathan Renyard  V40   58 Mark Darcy V40   107 Steve Blight  V50
25 Dan Latham  S   79 Dave Wilson  V60   110 Roger Morgan V50
27 Matthew James  S   80 Ian Smith V50   132 John Robson V50

The English Cross Country Nationals - Nottingham - Saturday 22 February 2020

Paddy Butler reports, "I flew the flag for Hardley at the National Cross-Country championships in Nottingham last weekend. The men's race was 12 km (although I clocked nearer 13km on my watch) and tough. The recent weather made the conditions very difficult underfoot (think of a ploughed field that has had a herd of bison running over it all day) and there were tree trunks to hurdle and streams to run through. All in all great fun. As it was the nationals and there were no veteran times published I didn't expect to rank too highly but I did beat 299 people plus quite a few non-finishers. The photos show me in the finishing straight and fraternising with the Lordshill boys afterwards - note the muddy legs. It's a great experience for anyone who hasn't done it before.

You can see the start here"

Well done Paddy.  Looks like that was both fun and hard work!

HCCL Race 5 - Popham - 8 February 2020

Tim Anetts reports,

"Massive well done to everyone who raced in the final Hampshire XC race at Popham yesterday. Lots of fantastic individual performances and we managed to field strong teams in both the Ladies and Men’s races. Big thank you as well for all the support on the course in both races, there was a great sense of team spirit."

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

Pos
Vet Pos Name Cat Time
Women
51   Vicki Clarke   28:48
70 26 Jane Morgan V50 30:04
102   Tamsin Roberts   31:55
Men
41   Tim Anetts   37:24
108   Callum Tanner   41:07
144 51 Sean Bowen M50 43:06
160   Daniel Latham   44:15
161   Simon Ibbotson   44:17
211 101 Mick Anglim M70 50:48
212 102 Dave Wilson M60 51:05
230 119 Paul Newby M70 59:04

HRRL Race 7 - The Ryde 10 - 20200202

Click on the thumbnail to see the big picture.

Club President, Mck Anglim, reports, "Our men were well represented this morning with 10 of us running the tough new course with over 700’ of climb. Chris Harris was our only lady.  There was a strong westerly wind that affected some parts of the course but it was dry and cool so respectable conditions.

We should have a good men’s Team result for the HRRL.  Malc and I were 1st and 2nd M70 and Matt Tanner won the 2nd M55 prize.

Another well organised race from one of the UK’s oldest running club."

Well done all who got up early and crossed the Solent to represent our club.  Hardley results are below.  You can see the full results here

Pos
Name Cat Cat Pos Gender Pos Gun Time Chip Time
27 Callum Tanner SM 15 24 01:06:02 01:06:00
41 Dan Latham SM 22 38 01:07:58 01:07:54
43 Callum Johnson SM 23 40 01:08:03 01:07:59
66 Matt Tanner M55 2 60 01:11:03 01:11:03
84 Jack Fairbrother SM 34 74 01:12:23 01:12:18
179 Malc Renyard M70 1 152 01:20:35 01:20:30
183 Mick Anglim M70 2 156 01:21:00 01:20:56
199 Dave Wilson M60 8 163 01:21:59 01:21:52
291 Matthew Casey SM 66 217 01:29:43 01:29:35
373 Jonathan Tite SM 69 254 01:38:31 01:38:23
442 Chris Harris F65 3 166 01:47:50 01:47:33

The 6th CC6 - Kings Garn Gutter - Sunday 19 January 2020

A lovely crisp bright morning and a lovely muddy race.  What's not to like?  Hardley results are below and here's a small photo album.  The full results will be on the CC6 website (see Links tab above) by the evening after the race.

Pos
Name Cat  
Pos
Name Cat  
Pos
Name Cat
Women
13 Alice Rudd S   20 Jane Morgan V50   69 Katherine Broomfield S
Men
17 Nathan Renyard  V40   77 Phil Rudd  V50   142 Roger Morgan V50
24 Dan Latham  S   87 Paul Blundell  V50   157 Jon Tite  S
33 Matt Tanner V50   93 Ian Smith V50   168 Ian Beveridge  V50
56 Graham Robbins S   108 Malc Renyard V70   170 Jeremy Barber V60
62 Mark Darcy V40   113 Mick Anglim V70        
75 Dave Wilson  V60   120 Chris Wilson V50        

HRRL Race 6 - The Stubbington 10K - Sunday 12 January 2020

This race is always popular with Hardley runners and today was no excepton with no fewer than 17 finishers.  Conditions were good and at least 4 people had PBs.  Please let me know if you did too. 

Dan Powell reports,

"Massive well done to everyone who ran the Stubbington 10km this morning, I have recently taken on the role of road race captain! The next fixture is the Ryde 10 miler which is sold out so keep an eye out on the number swap page if you don't have a place and wish to run! The Salisbury 10 miler follows this on the 29th of March which is also sold out so again keep an eye out for the number swap page! The Alton 10 miler on the 3rd of may is the next fixture after these and entries are still open I have just secured mine! We had a strong presence in both the men's and women's teams today let's keep that going."

Hardley results are below and here's a photo album.  You can see the full results here

Pos
Name Cat Cat Pos Gun Time Chip Time
23 Tim Anetts M 20 00:34:55 00:34:54
84 Dan Powell M 49 00:37:32 00:37:27
110 Dan Latham PB M 62 00:38:30 00:38:25
119 Simon Ibbotson PB M 65 00:38:55 00:38:50
180 Graham Robbins M 84 00:40:44 00:40:38
195 Nathan Renyard M40-44 38 00:41:15 00:41:03
362 Ian Smith M55-59 13 00:45:17 00:44:59
441 Hannah Cockle F 25 00:47:31 00:46:54
448 Mick Anglim M70-74 1 00:47:38 00:47:14
452 Charles Wilson M60-64 20 00:47:47 00:47:11
461 Jane Hodge F60-64 2 00:47:56 00:47:22
691 Joanna Avery F35-39 41 00:52:01 00:49:17
808 Tamsin Roberts F 70 00:54:11 00:51:25
1007 Craig Rowe PB M 208 00:58:22 00:56:49
1166 Danii Bundy PB F 110 01:01:45 00:58:59
1512 Chris Kidd M 238 01:12:40 01:09:53
1571 Jan Anglim F70-74 8 01:16:45 01:13:39

HCCL Race 4 - Prospect Park Reading - Saturday 11 January 2020

Thank you to the four members who travelled to Reading to represent the Club. 

Click on the thumbnail to see the big picture.  Callum Tanner reports,

"This was the fourth race of five in the Hampshire cross country league held at Prospect Park in Reading. Hardley had a very small team in this event, with Vicki Clarke representing the ladies and Mick Anglim, Sean Bowen and Callum Tanner in the mens.

In the womens individuals 6k Vicki finished in a very credible 51st position in 24:52, and also means Vicki is 40th in the individual event overall. Huge well done to Vicki, who also volunteered to pace 25 minutes as Southampton parkrun in the morning.

In the mens individuals 10k Callum finished in 107th (40:24), Sean in 136th, 50th vet (43:35) and Mick in 190th, 93rd vet (51:10). With points scored for the top five runners in the team, two scores of 210 (as to represent the score of last place in the race) were added which didn't help the team's cause!

Hardley men's team are in need of a good final race at Popham in February in order to avoid a drop to division three, as we find ourselves second from bottom and only 7 position points from Eastleigh who occupy the last position outside the relegation zone.

It would be great to see more Hardley runners at this one to finish the XC series on a high."

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

Pos
Vet Pos Name Cat Time
Woman
51 Vicki Clarke 24:52
Men
107 Callum Tanner 40:24
136 50 Sean Bowen M50 43:35
190 93 Mick Anglim M70 51:10

The Dark Moors 5 and 10 mile - Ringwood(ish) - Saturday 11 January 2020

It was a warm evening and a good race with great bling.  Hardley results (according to the results website) are below.  Please let me know any additions/amendments.  Congratulations to Tiff who is clearly back in form.

Paul Blundell reports,

"This year I signed up for the Dark moors 10 again with the rough and tumble the next day.

Upon arrival ,Tiff, Karen and I  ambled down to the facilities and came across some of our Hardley colleagues. It wasn’t warm and so we went and found the car (after a bit of searching) to get properly kitted up.

Back to chat with more Hardleys and it was time to head to the start.

I wanted a relaxed pace to save myself for the rough and tumble the next day.

We Hardleys all started together supported by Rob Wells and I found myself running with Steve Blight and Brendon, at a reasonable pace, which did seem to get quicker.

I had lost Karen and Tiff and then I saw Tiff just ahead.

I caught up with her confident that she would keep to her target of a 9 minute mile pace.

This wasn’t to be and I found myself puffing a bit but not pushing too hard.

We stopped for a quick drink at the “ love station” which put us behind Brendon and Steve, not sure if this was the reason but I matched Tiffs Pace of around 8 min miles and after a while we caught them again.

I was quite warm and occasionally gusts of wind would either slow us down or push us on.

Generally the tracks were good but there were some muddy sections which were difficult to navigate by head torch plus some trip hazards in the form of exposed roots.

However we managed to stay upright cheered on by friendly marshals.

The first lap seemed to finish quite soon and the pace was starting to become an issue for me but I decided the race the next day would just have to suffer so we kept going.

Tiff was finding it hard also so I started counting down the miles and we finished in a good time under a minute behind Karen .

Tiff was first in her age group and I was 7th in mine.

We met some of the other Hardleys as they came in but were cooling down quite quick so headed home.

A well organised race which being in the dark presents its own set of challenges!

The Rough and tumble the next day was on weary legs and the muddiest I have ever seen it, I reckon I was around 20 minutes slower the usual.

I went up with Ian and Grace Hawker and Grace said it was harder then the marathon she ran last year."

You can see the full results here and here's a small photo album

Pos
Name Cat Cat Pos Time
10M
72 Karen Denham F40-49 9 01:25:26
73 Tiffany Hanley F50-59 1 01:25:38
74 Paul Blundell M50-59 7 01:25:38
107 Stephen Blight M50-59 12 01:30:30
109 Brendon Harbut M40-49 33 01:30:43
147 Lynn Mcdonagh F50-59 6 01:34:59
148 Pedro Rodrigues M30-39 40 01:35:06
165 Sharon Avery F40-49 22 01:37:26
166 Julie Swainston F40-49 23 01:37:27
287 Sally Harbut F40-49 54 01:55:59
5M
166 Danii Bundy F
6
00:54:43

The Fifth CC6 - Badger Farm - Sunday 5 January 2020

Joint CC6 Captain, Hannah Cockle, reports,

"After a long Christmas and New Year break it was straight back to it for the Hardley Runners for the 5th CC6 on the 5th Jan at Badgers Farm, just outside Winchester.

We had a brilliant turnout with 19 runners in total. The course started with a testing uphill slog (I’m sure some of us were already feeling the mince pies) before relenting to a long downhill section. A few narrow areas and gates meant there was a bit of queuing, a nice breather for some! The course soon evened out into an open field with opportunities for passing or being passed before heading back downhill in anticipation of an uphill finish, what a treat!

Tim Anetts topped the Hardley Runners tree with an amazing 3rd place finish in only his second ever CC6. Simon Ibbotson wasn’t far behind in 24th with Dan Latham on his heels in 25th. Vicki Clarke was first in for the ladies in 8th place, another bewildering top 10 finish!

There was some great Hardley camaraderie in the middle of the field with Mick Anglim, Dave Wilson, Hannah Cockle, Anthony Insulov and Ian Hawker all finishing one after the other – great hustle team!

Finally a massive thanks to Roger our esteemed captain for supporting the team despite being too poorly to run.

There is less than two weeks until the next CC6 on the 19th January at Kings Garn Gutter in the New Forest – let get as many people there as possible, the more purple shirts the better!"

Hardley results are below.  The full results will be on the CC6 website the evening after the race. 

Pos
Name Cat  
Pos
Name Cat  
Pos
Name Cat
Women
8 Vicki Clarke S   39 Kelly Annetts S        
21 Hannah Cockle S   112 Annie Brucelow  V70        
Men
3 Tim Annetts S   63 Mark Darcy V40   119 Anthony Insulov V40
24 Simon Ibbotson S   87 Paul Blundell  V50   120 Ian Hawker  V60
25 Dan Latham  S   103 Matt Casey  S   167 Jeremy Barber V60
28 Ben Andrew  S   116 Mick Anglim V70   173 Ian Beveridge  V50
30 Matt Tanner V50   118 Dave Wilson  V60   179 Mike Sleath  V60

Hants Cross Country Championships - Fairthorne Manor - Saturday 4 January 2020

We are the Champions!

Congratulations to our Hampshire Cross Country Champions Jane Hodge (W60) and Malc Renyard (M70).

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

And here are over 4,000 photos by Hammy

Pos
Name Cat Cat Pos Time
Men 12K
147 Malcolm Renyard M70 1 58:11:00
156 Mick Anglim M70 2 60:40:00
Women 8.4K
59 Jane Morgan W55 2 42:07:00
65 Jane Hodge W60 1 42:44:00

 

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