Results for 2021

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 a prolific racer who represented Hardley in pretty well every local race even into his 80s. To celebrate his love of racing his daughters donated two floating trophies, one for women and one for men. They are awarded annually to the two Hardley members who represent our Club in the most races in the RR10, HRRL, HCCL and CC6 Leagues plus the Hampshire, South of England and National Cross Country Championships. The more races you complete, the more points you get, with a current maximum of 35 events.

The First CC6 - Roundhill - Sunday 3 October 2021

A new venue, a lovely sunny morning and a well-organised and well-attended event.  And what about those cakes! Well done Matt and Roger and thank you very much to everyone who turned out to make the first CC66 a great success.  Here are some pictures taken mainly just before mile 1 and at the finsih.

HRRL Race 2 - The Lordshill 10K - Sunday 19 September 2021

Simon Ibbotson reports,

It was a great turnout from Hardley for the 2nd race of the 2021/22 HRRL. A refreshing spot of rain cooled us off on the start line but we soon got going and warmed up. The start/finish and course were different from the previous years and the new out and back route seemed to work well. It was definitely quick, as can be seen from the results. An excellent run from both Tim Anetts and Alice Rudd saw them as the first male and female back for Hardley in 33:39 and 40:39 respectively. Dan Latham had a brilliant run giving him a new race PB and there were some great age category positions; including 1st and 2nd for Alice and Poppy and 2nd for Mike. Very well done to everyone that ran!

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Don't forget to sign up for the remaining league races! Next up is the Gosport Half on 21st November.

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

Name Bib No. / Predicted Placing Chip Time Gun Time Age Gender Category Category Position Gender Position Overall Position
Anetts Timothy 17 00:33:39 00:33:39 Male Senior 4 5 5
Latham Daniel 76 00:37:02 00:37:05 Male Senior 18 26 26
Johnson Callum 42 00:37:51 00:37:53 Male Senior 19 37 37
Renyard Nathan 50 00:38:17 00:38:19 Male V40 18 45 45
Rudd Alice 99 00:40:36 00:40:41 Female Senior 1 5 82
Tanner Matt 114 00:40:44 00:40:50 Male V50 8 81 86
Tanner Poppy 130 00:41:14 00:41:19 Female Senior 2 6 93
Casey Matthew 259 00:42:10 00:42:24 Male Senior 45 97 105
Rudd Phil 133 00:43:25 00:43:31 Male Senior 50 108 121
Chown Daniel 178 00:44:00 00:44:11 Male Senior 52 119 140
Ibbotson Simon 98 00:44:53 00:44:57 Male Senior 54 132 158
Denham Karen 205 00:47:01 00:47:11 Female V45 9 40 199
Dyer Roy 281 00:47:46 00:47:59 Male V50 34 165 210
Mansfield Andy 367 00:48:45 00:49:05 Male V50 39 177 229
Hodge Jane 255 00:49:09 00:49:18 Female V55 6 54 233
Wilson Dave 239 00:51:36 00:51:50 Male V60 26 198 268
Smith Mike 352 00:52:35 00:52:53 Male V70 2 208 288
Harris Christine 441 00:59:25 00:59:48 Female V65 7 124 370
Kidd Chris 515 01:02:43 01:03:13 Male Senior 74 253 396
Hinks Hilary 503 01:05:33 01:05:56 Female V65 9 156 410

HRRL Race 1 - The Overton 5 - Sunday 5 September 2021

A surprise heat wave came out of nowhere to make for a very hot run at the Overton 5 mile, the first race of the 2021/22 Hampshire Road Race League (HRRL). 305 runners crossed the finish line, which is far lower than previous years. This will be in part due to the unfortunate clash with the Southampton ABP races. We fielded two runners: Mick Anglim finished with a chip time of 39:59 and Mike Smith with 42:34. They were 1st and 3rd respectively in the MV70 category, so very well done to you both.

Here are some pictures of Mick and Mike.

The full results and photos can be found here: https://overtonharriers.org.uk/overton-5-2021-final-results/

Virtual Club Championships - July 2021

Dan Latham reports

This year’s club championship was a virtual arrangement within a month window from 1st July to 1st August 2021. This window allowed members who entered into the Eastleigh 10K event to use their time as a virtual entry in the Club Champs. 

Runners who ran in an actual event are listed in the results in red text. The Eastleigh 10K course is renown as one of the flattest and fastest courses on the South coast and the conditions were perfect and the sun stayed away until 55 mins into the race. 

The Club Champ Award for The Fastest Male goes to Tim Anetts who ran a brilliant race finishing in the top twenty hitting a PB and running an amazing time of 33 mins 29. 

The Club Champ Award for The Fastest Lady goes to Alice Rudd who ran a brilliant time of 41 mins. 

The Club Champ Award for the Highest WAVA age grade score goes to Jane Hodge with 83.66%. Jane ran a virtual 10K, an out & back course between Slufters Inclosure and Ocknell Inclosure near Fritham with a headwind on the way back. She ran a great time of 48:14.

The Club Champ Award for the Highest Male WAVA goes to Mick Anglim with a score of 82.69% in a great time of 46:54 around the Eastleigh 10K course.

There were many PB's Tm Anetts 33:29, Matt Matthew Casey 41:44, Poppy Tanner 42:37, Phil Rudd 42:55, Danii Bundy-Marsh 58:38.

Also our ladies team were 3rd place around the Eastleigh 10K course with only Winchester and Salisbury ahead of them.

Have a look through the results at some of the very impressive WAVA scores we achieved, as a reminder:

100% Approximate world record level

Above 90% World Class Level

Above 80% National Class Level

Above 70% Regional Class Level

Above 60% Local Class Level

Brilliant running everyone.

RR10 Round 5 - IBM Hursley - Weds 18 August

Here are hundreds of pictures.  Thanks Hammy.

Dan reports,

Tonight, was the penultimate round of the RR10 league at the grounds of IBM Hursley where Eastleigh Running Club were hosts. The course was a new layout from previous years running in reverse direction with more twists and turns, it was good, more cross country like, we enjoyed it. 

It was a 2 1/2 lap course, coming up a bit short at 7K, over grass, gravel and a bit of tarmac and it ran quickly. Good results in the ladies with Alice Rudd in a fantastic 8th place, Natalie Green in 11th and Steph Warne making her RR10 debut and finishing in a brilliant 44th completing the A team. The men were led home by Chris Harris in a great 24th position and Nathan Renyard in 45th a very strong M40 placing. Matt Casey improved again finishing in 65th. 

There was a great team atmosphere tonight with many Hardley Runners cheering on their team mates home. 

After the last results from race 4 the Results Master commented that Mick Anglim would win the M70 championship if he had one more finish, and tonight he finished in 181st a high placed (probably 1st) M70. 

We must say thank you to Tamsin Roberts for taking the time to come along and collect the results tonight, I could read all the finish positions for a change without having to refer to the finish tickets! 

The next and last run is at Fleming Park next Wednesday with a slightly earlier start time of 6:45pm, Chris Harris looks set to win the F70 title if she can make the finish ??fingers crossed. 

See you all at the awards lunch on Sunday.

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

Pos
Name
Cat   Pos
Name
Cat   Pos
Name
Cat
Women
8 Alice Rudd     54 Erin Anglim     110 Caroline Richmond F50
11 Natalie Green     55 Hannah Cockle          
44 Stephanie Warne     59 Jane Hodge F60        
Men
24 Christopher Harris     113 Paddy Butler M50   228 Paul Newby M70
45 Nathan Renyard M40   117 Paul Blundell M50   229 Ian Beveridge M50
55 Dan Latham     155 Ian Smith M50   235 Mike Clarke M70
65 Matt Casey     179 Stephen Blight M50   242 Jeremy Barber M60
66 Ben Andrew     181 Mick Anglim M70   250 Andrew Barber M60
71 Matthew Tanner M50   207 Mike Smith M70   251 Robert Wells M40
88 Oscar Anglim     209 John Labbett M60  
96 Brendan Anglim M40   222 Roger Morgan M60  

 

RR10 Round 3 - Manor Farm Country Park - Weds 4 August

Here are hundreds of pictures.  Thanks Hammy.

Dan reports,

It was a slightly humid night for the 3rd round of the RR10 league at everyone's (my) favourite course Manor Farm, hosted by Stubbington Green Runners tonight.

The course was its usual windy, twisty and undulating route with a moderate long hill to finish.

We had another good ladies team result with Alice Rudd and Poppy Tanner working together in 11th & 12th place, and the 3rd lady Kelly Anetts who I know had a really strong last mile, having another consistent run with a 31st place.

The first 3 home for the men were Mark Causebrook in 47th, Matt Tanner in 50th (another very high M50 spot) and Richard Harris in 65th.

No doubt there will be many good age category positions yet again.

It was great seeing many of you out there having fun, and working together in little teams of 2 and 3, a really good team performance tonight.

Well-done everyone.

Don't forget it's our own host event at QE2 Recreation ground next Wednesday. We Hardley runners cannot take part in this, but we will see you all there as volunteers. Email with full details to follow tomorrow.

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

Pos
Name
Cat   Pos
Name
Cat   Pos
Name
Cat
Women
11 Alice Rudd   83 Jacqui Healey F50   148 Ann Maylott F50
12 Poppy Tanner   94 Chris Harris F70   149 Ann Bruce-Low F70
31 Kelly Anetts   95 Caroline Richmond F50        
33 Hannah Cockle   121 Hilary Hinks F60        
Men
47 Mark Causebrook M40   131 Stephen Blight M50   203 Paul Newby M70
50 Matthew Tanner M50   132 Dan Latham   212 Ian Beveridge M50
65 Richard Harris M40   138 Mick Anglim M70   219 Paul Carter M60
68 Matt Casey   172 Malcolm Renyard M70   220 Robert Wells M40
98 Paul Blundell M50   184 John Labbett M60   227 Jeremy Barber M60
112 Phil Rudd   193 Roger Morgan M60   229 Andrew Barber M60

RR10 Round 2 - Broadlands Estate Romsey - Weds 28 July

Here are hundreds of pictures.  Thanks Hammy.

Dan reports,

Tonight 30 runners attended the 2nd RR10 hosted by Romsey.  We had 7 ladies (enough for 2 teams) and 23 men (enough for 4 teams). The course was flat on tarmac, grass and gravel and conditions were good. First man in was Tim Anetts he was in a good position in the first lap behind the first group of 5 and managed to push on in the 2nd lap to finish in a brilliant 4th place. Alice Rudd had a great run to finish in 8th place. Nathan was 2nd man home in 26th an 8 place improvement on last week in a bigger field of runners and third man home running his first race in ages was Ben Andrew in 50th. 2nd Lady home was Kelly Anetts brilliantly pushing through the field to finish in 26th and third lady home was Hayley Coates in her first RR10 in 32nd. Also well done to Mark Coates running his first RR10 and doing a brilliant from just outside the top 100 which is very respectable. Mick Anglim looked to have been 1st place V70 and finished 24 places higher than last week despite already completing a duathlon this week. Paddy Butler improved by 10 places this week to 83rd position. Jane Hodge ran another great placing in 39th which will probably be another podium placing in the F60's.  Great to see a bigger field of runners this week. 

Next event is at River Hamble Country Park (previously Manor Farm Country Park), Wednesday 4th August at 7pm. See you all there.

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

Pos
Name
Cat   Pos
Name
Cat   Pos
Name
Cat
Women
8 Alice Rudd     39 Jane Hodge F60   96 Chris Harris F70
27 Kelly Anetts     73 Sarah Fitton F50   131 Ann Maylott F50
32 Hayley Coates                  
Men
4 Tim Anetts     119 Stephen Blight M50   175 Roger Morgan M60
26 Nathan Renyard M40   124 Mick Anglim M70   181 Ian Beveridge M50
50 Ben Andrew     144 Andy Mansfield M50   182 Mike Clarke M70
55 Richard Harris M40    149 Ian Hawker M60   183 Terence Earney M70
61 Phil Rudd     151 Mark Lee M50   196 Mike Sleath M60
70 Matt Casey     155 Malcolm Renyard M70   197 Robert Wells M40
83 Paddy Butler M50   159 Mike Smith M70   DNF Graham Robbins  
107 Mark Coates M40   161 John Labbett M60        

5K Isolation series 2021

Week 30

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

Week 70 - The Final Week of the Isolation 5K Weekly Challenge!

It was great to see some of you returning to parkrun for the first time in 70 weeks. Jane Hodge went to Southampton parkrun and was 2nd place F60 in a time of 24:35 80.07%. The following runners attended Lymington parkrun and recorded these times; Alice Rudd 20:29 72.73%, Phil Rudd 21.08 62.03%, Matt Casey 21.34 59.96%, Steve Bradley 27.33 60.88%, Chris Kidd Buggy Run 36.34 36.78%. Hails Coates attended Netley Abbey parkrun 24.08 61.95% and Jeremy Barber attended Andover p arkrun 30.17 57.57%.

Christina & Raymond Searle recorded times as part of longer runs at Endure 24, those who have done Endure in the past will be most pleased to hear that Christina confirmed that no slamming toilet doors were encountered during the night this year, good to know!, anyway I digress Christina's time; 22:32 79.30% and Raymond (who had a big birthday so extra Wava points) 22:38 74.07%.

I will produce a full end of challenge report when I get five minutes but I will mention the following now who have offered me no end of support in this challenge and I think their efforts here every single week are absolutely brilliant: Jeremy Barber 140 5K's, Jane Hodge 70 runs, Sarah Fitton 70 runs, Terry Earney 70 runs. And the following runners that have completed every week in 2021 30 runs; Caroline Richmond, Chris Kidd, Steve Bradley, Hails Coates.

Well done everyone, I'd like to thank you all for your participation which has made running this challenge completely worthwhile and also for the way in which everyone has encouraged each other to do their individual personal best whatever that is to you. 70 weeks with nothing but positive comments and real support to each other, each of you made this group a very positive thing to be part of in a particularly odd year. Thank you all !!!!!

Full end of challenge lowdown to follow and remember to keep sending me your best 5K time for each month, there will be a full Hardley 5K time trial league to participate in going forward, back dating from April '21 in line with the annual membership / years season (all club members are welcome to send in back dated times).

Hope to see you all at a Parkrun very very soon. What on earth will I do next Monday night?

Total Runs as a Group: 1,556

The First RR10 - Fleming Park - Weds 21 July 2021

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And here's a lovely album from Hammy

Wow, that was a warm one.  Dan reports

Tonight, was the long-awaited return to the RR10 Series which has not been held since the last event on 14th August 2019, 23 Months ago!! 

Itchen Spitfires and Solent Running Sisters were tonight's hosts and Fleming Park. It was hot 27 degrees! when the runners headed to the start line. From a spectator's point of view our team appeared to pace well, consistently holding our positions across the field, we looked confident in ourselves out there. 

In the RR10 series there are individual age graded and teams league within. The first 3 ladies make an "A team", the next 3 a "B team" and so on and for the men's teams 5 runners are required for a team. 

Our ladies excelled tonight with 3 runners in the top 10; Trish Patterson in 5th, Alice Rudd in 6th and Poppy Tanner in 9th, this is an absolutely fantastic start to the series. 

The first men home were; Nathan Renyard running his first competitive race in over a year in 30th Place a great Male 40 position, Matt Tanner was in 50th place and Carl Hall running is first ever RR10 in 57th, Matt and Carl will both score highly in the V50 categories. 

Congratulations to other first time RR10 competitors Matt Casey making and excellent start getting into the top 60, Erin Anglim having a great start getting into the top 30. Caz Richmond and Ian Beveridge both running very respectably, we really hope you enjoyed it and if you did let everyone you run with know about it.

Racing thought of the week; “Fast running isn’t forced. You have to relax and let the run come out of you.”

Well-done everyone, we will see you all at Broadlands next Wednesday for a 7:30pm start.

Hardley results are below.  The full results will be on the RR10 website the evening after the race. 

Pos
Name
Cat   Pos
Name
Cat   Pos
Name
Cat
Women
5 Trish Patterson     27 Erin Anglim     77 Chris Harris F70
6 Alice Rudd     40 Jane Hodge F60   85 Caroline Richmond F50
9 Poppy Tanner     60 Jacqui Healey F50   101 Hilary Hinks F60
Men
30 Nathan Renyard M40   89 Paul Blundell M50   184 Mark Lee M50
50 Matthew Tanner M50   93 Paddy Butler M50   192 Ian Beveridge M50
57 Carl Hall M50   121 Stephen Blight M50   195 Paul Newby M70
58 Matt Casey     148 Mick Anglim M70   197 Mike Clarke M70
69 Phil Rudd     176 Graeme Johnson M40   204 Jeremy Barber M60

5K Isolation series 2021

Week 29

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

Week 69 the penultimate week of the 5K Weekly Challenge. We've decided to run one more week leading you right into parkrun and allowing me time to format a full end of challenge round up. Karen Denham ran the fastest time this week despite the hot conditions in a great time of 23:44. The highest WAVA score was 80.67% from Jane Hodge also running the 2nd fastest time this week around a Stoney Cross course in a time of 24:24. Helen McLukie was just 27 seconds off her best this year. Jeremy ran his 69th Garden parkrun every week since isolation first occurred and possibly his final garden parkrun before return of full parkrun next week. So one week left; go and give it one last bash next week and all the best for those going to their first parkrun in 70 weeks.

As mentioned I will do a final summary of this challenge and we plan to collect your monthly 5K best times into a Hardley 5K time trial league in future which will include any 5K results you wish to send into me.

Total Runs as a Group: 1,533

Week 28

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

Week 68 was a Smasher!!!!

This week 27 runners participated. Just prior to her Hen Do; Emma Rogers ran her best time this year by 59 seconds, brilliant effort! Graeme Johnson beat his target time by just shy of 2 minutes around the Longparish course. Phil Rudd ran his best time this year in 20:40 beating his target by 36 seconds, excellent running. Laura Swancott ran a PB knocking just over 2 minutes of her previous best this year, smashed it!!. Laura Porter ran her best time this year in 22:09 beating her previous best this year by 40 seconds, great work!. Christina Searle ran a PB in a time of 21:15 setting an amazing WAVA score of 84.08% well above National Class level and the fastest ladies time of the week!!. Simon Ibbotson tried "Terry's Hollybank Route" and was only 20 seconds off his best time this year and ran the fastest time this week in 19:48. Hails Coates sent her time in before the final reminder for the 2nd week in a row!!!! ??. With the Euro Final on Sunday Jeremy Barber held a football themed garden parkrun and he and Graeme Johnson dribbled balls around the course!

Well done all amazing results this week!!!

Total Runs as a Group: 1,519

Week 27

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

With potentially only 3 weeks left until parkrun returns the weekly 5k challenge ran for its 67th week. This week 21 runners returned a time. The fastest time this week was from Alice Rudd with a great time of 19:45 WAVA 75.08% this is the fastest ladies time the Challenge has recorded. The fastest men's time was from Raymond Searle with his fastest time this year in 20:21 71.9% brilliant running. Christina Searle recording the highest WAVA score of the week with 82.34%. Jeremy celebrated the NHS's 73rd birthday at his garden parkrun and managed to spare a thought for their efforts whilst he ran his 133rd 5K in succession followed by his 134th the day after. Well done everyone great running.

I must also give a mention to a time that I missed from last week; James Clarke ran an amazing time of 17:05 the fastest the challenge has seen, brilliant running James!!.

Total Runs as a Group: 1,492

Highest Recorded WAVA since March 2020: Jane Hodge 87.78%

The Alresford 10K - 20 June 2021

Click on the thumbnail to see Dan at the head of the field.

Dan Latham reports.

Hardley Runners participated in this years Alresford 10K road race.
For those that have not done event before this is a well organised road run starting in the picturesque village of Alresford. The course departs and finishes on the pitches of Alresford Rugby Club and heads out through the village centre, before tackling the nearby country lanes and taking in the country side views. There's one big loop with a slight out and back return, before you make you way back to the Avenue to return to the finish. The course is very undulating with not many flat sections at all and features 140m (460 feet) of elevation so a tough one and not a PB course, but a great course nevertheless.
There was a modest Hardley presence but there was nothing modest about our teams achievements:


Brilliant running Team Hardley.
The race adhered to current covid precautions and featured a rolling start, with the results based only on chip time, so there was no rush to crowd at the start line.
All Hardley participants and times are listed below:

Pos Race No Name Time Category Cat Pos Gender Gen Pos Start Time
12
209
Daniel LATHAM 00:38:52
M30-39
3
Male
12
10:00:02
40
63
Matthew CASEY 00:42:25
M30-39
10
Male
37
10:00:09
52
254
Richard HARRIS 00:43:45
M30-39
12
Male
48
10:00:13
103
7
Mick ANGLIM 00:49:53
M70-74
1
Male
83
10:00:12
122
398
Dave WILSON 00:52:08
M60-64
5
Male
94
10:00:21
155
330
Mike SMITH 00:55:00
M70-74
2
Male
104
10:00:12
177
31
Ian BEVERIDGE 00:58:03
M55-59
16
Male
115
10:00:24
189
159
Christine HARRIS 00:59:36
F70-74
2
Female
71
10:00:23
231
8
Jan ANGLIM 01:18:11
F70-74
3
Female
95
10:00:36

The Brading 10K - 13 June 2021

Click on the thumnail to see Callum on his way to a new PB.

Callum Tanner reports

"Postponed in 2020, the Ryde Harriers organised Brading 10k returned on Sunday under covid-safe measures.

After being chucked out of the car near Smallbrook stadium five minutes before the start, we all lined up in fours based on your predicted time for a staggered start.

It was great to see all the top island-based runners lining up on the start line after such a long absence, Ryde Harriers are like the dream team of long distance running these days!

With water bottles provided at the 5k marker and a handful of kids with water guns it was a friendly and well run event.

I managed the race and conditions well, rewarded with a new 10k race PB in 38.06 and a 10th place overall finish - encouraging signs for this years' races!

Looking forward to catching up with the purps at a HRRL and XC or two this year."

Congratulations on the new PB Callum!

5K Isolation series 2021

Week 26

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

Weekly Challenge Week 66. This week 23 runners recorded their 5K time. It seems it was a case of picking the right day with either beautifully sunny weather or torrential rain. Great to see Simon Ibbotson back on it running the fastest time this week in 20:37. The highest WAVA score and the fastest ladies time was from Christina Searle with 80.31% 22:15. Mick Anglim ran the highest Male WAVA with 76.82% down in Cornwall. Helen McLukie was only 17 secs of her year's best. Mike Fitton was only 20 secs off his year's best. Annie Bruce-Low ran her best time this year in 52:54. Brilliant Running All.

Total Runs as a Group: 1,469

Week 25

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

Weekly 5K Challenge WK 65 (25 of 2021):

Wet weather was on the cards this week but 22 runners recorded a 5K. Chris Kidd improved on his PB yet again reaching 27:12 this time a further 12 second betterment and moves up to 3rd on the improver board. Mick Anglim recorded the highest age grade score at 74.99% with a 5K within a 10K run. The fastest lady was Karen Denham in 23:44 and the fastest male Dan Latham 19:03. Well done to the following runners who have recorded a 5K every week this year; Caroline Richmond, Chris Kidd, Steve Bradley, Sarah Fitton, Jeremy Barber (as well as 25 garden runs), Terry Earney, Hails Coates and Jane Hodge.

Total Runs as a Group: 1,439

Week 24

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

Weekly 5K Challenge Week 64 (24 of 2021):

The weather was hot again this week with 21 runners recording a 5K time. The most memorable event this week has to be the result received from Danii Bundy who ran a 5K bright and early on the day of her wedding, brilliant and many congratulations to you both from us all.

Jeremy Barber celebrated national Gin day at his garden parkrun; rumours have it there was a beverage a lap, but this has not been verified ??, there may have to be a re-run!! ??.

Matt Casey, Carl Hall and myself ran together; Matt had a great run recording a time 24 secs off PB and Carl was only 31 secs off his 2021 PB. Sarah Fitton, Mike Fittton and Terry Earney also recorded times as a trio.

The highest WAVA this week was from Jane Hodge with 77.69%. The fastest time this week was 19:07 by myself ??and the Fastest lady this week was Jane Hodge with 25:20.

Total runs now recorded as a group since lockdown began 1,416. (no changes to the overall leader board this week).

Week 23

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

Weekly 5K Isolation Challenge Week 63 (23 of 2021).

This week 31 runners recorded a 5K with some taken from the Conquer 5m 24 hour event. The weather was very hot this week, some might say too hot to run, but not for this Hardley Hardy Bunch!

Huge congratulations to Chris Kidd who came into this challenge looking to go sub30 and this week achieved 27:24 an all time PB and a big leap up the leader board to 3rd most improved this year. Also big well done to Helen McLuckie who took another 40 seconds off this years best. I was pleased to make a steady return to some pace of running following injury and ran a 21:20 5K within a hilly 5m course this weekend this was the quickest time this week. Simon Ibbotson also made a return from injury running a steady sensible 23:40. The quickest lady this week was Karen Denham running a 23:54 5K within a longer 8K run. The highest WAVA this week was from Martin Loveless with a 72.48% great work Martin. The highest ladies WAVA was from Jane Hodge with 67.13% over the hilly Conquer 24 course.

Great work all !!

Total Runs as a Group: 1,394

Week 22

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

5K Challenge Week 62 (22 of 2021).

Hoorah at last the warm weather came, not that anyone mentioned breaking a sweat or anything, everyone loved the hot weather ??.

28 runners recorded time this week. The fastest time this week was by Matt James in 19:05. Carl Hall ran his best time this year breaking the Sub20 barrier in 19:55 and 74.65%, Carl also moved up to 6th place in the overall improver leaderboard. Laura Porter beat her target time by 40 secs going under Sub23 in a time of 22:49. Mike Fitton equalled his best time this year in 22:48. Mary Corbett ran her best time this year along the Monmouth & Brecon canal with a plus 70% Wava and a time of 28:20. Matt Casey had a great run only 14 seconds off his PB. Helen McLuckie was only 24 seconds of her 2021 best comfortably going under 29mins in 28:46. Jane Hodge ran the highest WAVA this week 82.75% in 23:47 one second away from her best this year. Well done everyone.

Total Runs as a Group: 1,361

CC6 2021 Season Results

Hannah Cockle, joint CC6 Captain reports

Wow Hardley Runners team - the CC6 results are in. Our women’s team came 2nd, men’s team 1st and we have five age group winners!!!  That includes the fastest senior woman and man and the fastest F70 and M70.  So we are strong right across the age range.  Well done!

FS Alice Rudd and 4th overall

F60 Jane Hodge

F70 Chris Harris

MS Dan Latham and 2nd overall

MV70 Mick Anglim

You can see the full results on the CC6 website, here (Word document)

Thanks Hannah for motivating us and coordinating the results.  Hannah is retiring as our CC6 joint captain as she is moving away from the area but we know she'll keep in touch.

5K Isolation series 2021

Week 21

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

5k Challenge Week 61 (21 of 2021).

Horrendous weather again this week you wouldn't believe it was May, but nevertheless 24 runners recorded their 5K time.

First mention this week is Christina Searle who recorded a 2021 PB in 21:23, the highest WAVA this week with 83.56% and the fastest ladies time. Keeping it in the family Raymond Searle recorded the fastest men's time and highest men's WAVA with 20:58 69.78%.

The most improved runner this week was my sister-in-law Lou Noyce who was taken nearly 5 mins off her 5K time this year, this week she improved her target time by 2.46% running an all time PB 25:57, brilliant!. Jeremy had a Hardley Purple themed garden parkrun this week and was Joined by Jacqui Healey and Graeme Johnson both who set course records in 29:10 & 25:25.

Brilliant running everyone in some appalling conditions no doubt.

Total Runs as a Group: 1,333

Week 20

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

5K Challenge - Can you believe it is week 60 and the 20th week of 2021!!

This week 21 runners carried out a 5K. The quickest time was by Callum Johnson who ran in very wet conditions to achieve a 19:57 run. The quickest lady was Karen Denham in 23:22. The highest WAVA score this week was Jane Hodge with a 72.37% and the highest male WAVA was Carl Hall with 71.60%. Chris Kidd had another consistent sub 30 run. It was certainly a horrendous week with weather so well done everyone who got out, many of you reported drenched and slippery conditions.

Well done everyone look forward to hearing from you next week.

Total Runs as a Group: 1,305

CC6 April 2021

Well done all and thanks very much to Hannah for coordinating.

Times are not directly comparable as routes were different so the results are displayed in random order. 

Name
Cat Jan Time Feb Time Mar Time Apr Time  
Name
Cat Jan Time Feb Time Mar Time April Time
Women
Caroline Richmond
V50 00.53.42 00.48.42 00.46.47 00.46.39  
Hannah Cockle
S 00.41.33 00.39.05 00.46.28 00.39.38
Karen Denham
V40 00.37.59 00.37.27 00.41.10 x  
Jacqui Healey
V50 00.58.58 00.49.58 00.46.58 00.45.03
Sarah Fitton
V50 00.52.02 00.49.11 00.45.47 00.51.45  
Sally Harbut
V40 00.57.30 x x x
Jane Hodge 
V60 00.51.10 00.42.14 00.39.17 00.39.18  
Alice Rudd
S 00.36.35 00.34.34 00.36.41 00.34.15
Hilary Hinks 
V60 00.56.17 00.55.22 00.55.21 00.51.58  
Jan Anglim
V70 01.05.55 01.01.55 01.02.58 01.01.09
Chris Harris 
V70 00.52.02 00.51.01 00.50.23 00.48.30  
Kelly Anetts
S 00.41.03 x x x
Hayley Coates
S x 00.45.03 00.42.43 x  
Tamsin Roberts
S x 00.39.59 00.46.34 x
Katherine Broomfield 
S 00.52.51 00.51.40 00.49.37 x  
Laura Porter
V40 x 00.37.06 x 00.37.38
Poppy Tanner
S x x x 00.37.28              
Men
Ian Beveridge
V50 00.51.24 00.53.42 00.53.45 00.48.55  
Jeremy Barber
V60 00.59.22 00.52.27 00.48.31 00.49.25
Martin Loveless
V60 00.36.39 00.38.17 00.38.29 00.39.43  
Chris Kidd
S 01.05.57 01.02.04 x 00.57.13
Paul Blundell
V50 00.37.24 00.36.28 00.36.31 00.39.32  
Simon Ibbotson
S 00.37.21 00.34.49 00.33.55 00.33.53
Steve Blight 
V50 00.44.33 00.43.52 00.43.11 x  
Callum Johnson
S 00.33.59 00.31.55 00.34.31 x
Terry Earney
V70 00.59.29 00.49.28 00.45.48 00.44.47  
Mick Anglim
V70 00.43.14 00.39.21 00.39.25 00.40.34
Dan Latham
S 00.32.35 00.31.56 00.31.10 00.30.32  
Mark Lee
V50 00.54.53 00.49.50 00:44:36 x
Tim Collinson 
V60 00.49.04 00.44.20 00.41.48 00.41.57  
Steve Bradley
V60 x 00.53.25 00.47.54 x
Brendan Anglim
V40 x 00.38.30 x x  
Matt Casey
S x 00.37.22 00.36.08 00.35.19
Oscar Anglim
S x 00.38.30 x x  
Ian Ordish
V60 x x 00:43:56 00.42.59
Andy Mansfield
V50 x 00.42.51 x 00.44.39  
Mark Coates
V40 x x 00.42.29 x
Andy Barber
V60 x x x 00.55.35  
Carl Hall
V50 x x x 00.39.05

Hardley a Half and Hardley a Round results update

Well done to everyone who has taken part in these challenges.  It is not too late to have a go or have another go.

Details are here

Here are the results up to 9 May 2021.

5K Isolation series 2021

Week 19

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

5K Challenge Week 59

This week 22 runners completed a 5k. New runner to the challenge Carl Hall ran a very impressive 20:06 73.97% wava and improved upon his target time by 4.22%. Roger Tansley ran his best time this year taking 6 seconds off his 2021 best. Jacqui Healey had a brilliant run in 25:15 and a wava of 74.72%, Jaqui has run her best times in 8 years this year. The fastest time this week was by Graham Robbins in 19:45 and the fastest lady and best WAVA score was Christina Searle with 22:18 80.13%. Jeremy and his local Longparish Second Sunday of the month running group were able to return back to a low key covid compliant version of their run this week, they were very pleased to be at near normality again.

Well done everyone!

Total Runs as a Group: 1,284

Week 18

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

5K Challenge Week 58.

Week 58 was a windy one and running conditions were definitely harder, however that didn't stop Hardley Runners and friends from achieving:

Jo Avery ran her best time this year 5 seconds off 24 mins, apparently Jo's motivation for this cracking effort was a small window of opportunity before the Chinese takeaway was delivered! Caroline Richmond ran only 3 seconds off PB in 27:37. Matt Tanner a week after his marathon was only 8 seconds away from his target. Well done to Ann Brucelow who has run her 10th 5K in a row since returning back to running.

This week was national Ultra Running Week and Jeremy Barber took on the 5K challenge in ultra running style, taking a back pack with him, taking in 3 drinks stops and completing in a time of 1:08:59, wava of 25.27%, Ultra Spirit Brilliance Jeremy. I thought I would take the opportunity to congratulate the Ultra and Long Distance specialists in the club that have taken part in this 5K challenge, well done for giving it a go, and for showing a different side to your running and setting some impressive times. Well done everyone!

Total Runs as a Group: 1,262

Week 17

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

5K Challenge Week 57.

In the sunniest week of the year so far 31 runners went out to do their 5K. The fastest time this week was from Graham Robbins in 20:12. Poppy Tanner was the quickest lady with 20:43 in strong winds around Goodwood circuit. This week we also had two National Class Scores; an 81.28% from Christina Searle as part of a 10K run and an 81.04% from Jane Hodge within her 5m CC6 run. Mary Corbett and Jane ran their CC6 at the same time and Mary also had a great run just 4 seconds away from her 2021 best within a longer 5 mile run. Chris Kidd ran another Sub30 time which was a personal target for him some weeks back. Well done everyone. Remember there's a bank holiday Monday next week so no excuse not to get out to run ??

Total Runs as a Group: 1,232

Week 16

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

5K Challenge Week 56.

It was a sunny week on the waterside and 30 runners took part in the 5K challenge. Dave Wilson after some time off with injury ran his best time this year in 24:34 taking over a minute off his target time. Jo Avery fancied a blast, ran her first 5K in a while and beat her target WAVA score by 0.44%. Mick Anglim ran a superb 5K time within a longer run at the National Duathalon event in Yorkshire with a time of 23:42 and the highest WAVA this week in 77.41%. Karen Denham was only 12 seconds away from her best time this year. In the Garden Run league there were some new contenders who took up the challenge at Jeremy's garden parkrun; in Pilgrimage fancy dress Jane Hodge beat the course record despite moles on the course in a time of 27.08, followed by Mary Corbett in 32:41 and Jeremy in 34:02. Excellent running everyone!!

Total Runs as a Group: 1,201

Week 15

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

5K Challenge Week 55

27 runners took part this week. Chris Kidd took 43 seconds off his 2021 PB running his best time in 4 years. Jan Anglim beat her best this year for the second week in a row taking another 19 seconds off. Mike Fitton had a smashing run beating his target time by 21 seconds. Jeremy Barber was only 8 seconds away from his best time this year. Raymond Searle was just 5 seconds away from his best this year. Mick Anglim was only 9 seconds away from his 2020 PB. The fastest time this week was from Callum Tanner in 18:35. The Highest WAVA was from Christina Searle with 82.59%. Well done all, great efforts.

Total Runs as a Group: 1,169

CC6 March 2021

Whether it is the weather, or improved conditions underfoot or improved fitness, times are improving again.  Well done all and thanks very much to Hannah for coordinating.

Times are not directly comparable as routes were different so the results are displayed in random order. 

Name
Cat Jan Time Feb Time Mar Time  
Name
Cat Jan Time Feb Time Mar Time
Women
Caroline Richmond
V50 00.53.42 00.48.42 00.46.47  
Hannah Cockle
S 00.41.33 00.39.05 00.46.28
Karen Denham
V40 00.37.59 00.37.27 00.41.10  
Jacqui Healey
V50 00.58.58 00.49.58 00.46.58
Sarah Fitton
V50 00.52.02 00.49.11 00.45.47  
Sally Harbut
V40 00.57.30 x x
Jane Hodge 
V60 00.51.10 00.42.14 00.39.17  
Alice Rudd
S 00.36.35 00.34.34 00.36.41
Hilary Hinks 
V60 00.56.17 00.55.22 00.55.21  
Jan Anglim
V70 01.05.55 01.01.55 01.02.58
Chris Harris 
V70 00.52.02 00.51.01 00.50.23  
Kelly Anetts
S 00.41.03 x x
Hayley Coates
S x 00.45.03 00.42.43  
Tamsin Roberts
S x 00.39.59 00.46.34
Katherine Broomfield 
S 00.52.51 00.51.40 00.49.37  
Laura Porter
V40 x 00.37.06 x
Men
Ian Beveridge
V50 00.51.24 00.53.42 00.53.45  
Jeremy Barber
V60 00.59.22 00.52.27 00.48.31
Martin Loveless
V60 00.36.39 00.38.17 00.38.29  
Chris Kidd
S 01.05.57 01.02.04 x
Paul Blundell
V50 00.37.24 00.36.28 00.36.31  
Simon Ibbotson
S 00.37.21 00.34.49 00.33.55
Steve Blight 
V50 00.44.33 00.43.52 00.43.11  
Callum Johnson
S 00.33.59 00.31.55 00.34.31
Terry Earney
V70 00.59.29 00.49.28 00.45.48  
Mick Anglim
V70 00.43.14 00.39.21 00.39.25
Dan Latham
S 00.32.35 00.31.56 00.31.10  
Mark Lee
V50 00.54.53 00.49.50 00:44:36
Tim Collinson 
V60 00.49.04 00.44.20 00.41.48  
Steve Bradley
V60 x 00.53.25 00.47.54
Brendan Anglim
V40 x 00.38.30 x  
Matt Casey
S x 00.37.22 00.36.08
Oscar Anglim
S x 00.38.30 x  
Ian Ordish
V60 x x 00:43:56
Andy Mansfield
V50 x 00.42.51 x  
Mark Coates
V40 x x 00.42.29

FKT Challenge - Easter 2021 Update

Details of the challenge are on our News page (see tab above).

Here are the Updated results (Excel spreadsheet) and a bonus: the first two Hardley-a-Half results as well

5K Isolation series 2021

Week 14

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

5K Challenge Week 54

This week 29 runners took on the challenge and there were some great spring like conditions to run in. Roger Tansley took a further 24 secs off his 2021 best in a time of 31:35. Jan Anglim improved on her 2021 PB by 6 secs in a time of 35:15. Ann Maylott took 38 secs off her 2021 PB and is now only 2 secs away from her target time. Jeremy Barber and Jacqui Healy who ran together both had a strong runs, Jeremy finishing only 6 secs away from his 2021 best and Jacqui 7 secs away. Alice Rudd ran the fastest ladies time this week and her fastest this year in 20:18. Callum Johnson ran the fastest overall time in 19:54. The highest WAVA score was Mick Anglim with 75.35%.

Total Runs as a Group: 1,142

Week 13

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

Week 53 of the 5K challenge and the 13th of this year. This week 28 people participated. The fastest time was from Graham Robbins who ran a blistering 18:22. Sarah Fitton ran her fastest time this year and her first sub26 in 25:47. Terry Earney ran exactly the same time as last week equalling his best time this year, very consistent. The highest WAVA score this week was from Jane Hodge 82.81%, amazing running. The fastest ladies time was Christina Searle in 22:21 and the highest male WAVA was Mick Anglim with 77.80%. Well done everyone who ran great effort.

Total Runs as a Group: 1,112

Week 12

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

1 Year of the Weekly 5K Challenge and 1,084 runs recorded.

A virtual round of applause goes out to Jeremy Barber who has run 104 5K's in one year and Jane Hodge, Sarah Fitton & Terry Earney who have run 52 5K's in the year.

This week 40 runners ran, with Christina Searle taking 6 secs off her 2021 PB with a run of 21:27 and the highest WAVA of 2021 at 83.3%. Poppy Tanner smashed her 5K PB on an off-road 5-lap course, paced by bicycle to run the quickest ladies time seen this year at 20.08. Graham Robbins beat his target time by 52 seconds running a great time of 18:38. Terry Earney was keen to get back to +70% WAVA'ing at the start of the challenge and this week achieved 72.47% and his best time of 2021 in 26:09.

Thanks to everyone that has taken part in this, the encouragement from everybody has been amazing to see and still the achievements keep coming in.

Also well done to those who've taken part every week so far in 2021; Simon Ibbotson, Mike Fitton, Karen Denham, Jan Anglim, Hayley Coates, Mick Anglim, Jacqui Healey, Chris Kidd, Steve Bradley, Caroline Richmond, Jeremy Barber, Jane Hodge, Sarah Fitton, Terry Earney and Dan Latham all have full attendance.

2021 Stats:

CC6 Month 2 - We are still top of the league

The numbers have been crunched and the CC6 website (see Links tab above) has been updated with the full results.

And we are still top of the league.  It is a close run thing and we'll need more excellent performances to stay top.  So please get out and do your March run and report details to Hannah.  If you've done one already then how about having another go and seeing if you an improve your time.  You can run in March whether or not you have taken part before so don't be shy.  All you need is a five-mile off-road route with start and finsih close to each other.  And we have had some good news.  The season has been extended by a month so there will be an April run as well as March.

Click here to see previous results.

FKT Challenge - March 2021 Update

Details of the challenge are on our News page (see tab above).

Dan Latham reports,

Updated results following a further attempt by Tim Collinson who managed to get in under the 2-hour barrier with a distance under 20K. Well done Tim.
The standing water has backed off in the last week and it's all looking pretty runnable out there, go on guys, go and smash it!!!

5K Isolation series 2021

Week 11

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

5K Challenge Week 51:

In the week that should have seen the run of the Grizzly, the week of the 240th anniversary of the discovery of the planet Uranus which Jeremy celebrated at his garden parkrun!, the week of international women's day and Mother's Day: Twenty-eight 5K runs were recorded. So our brilliant ladies results first: Alice Rudd ran the fastest ladies time in 21:12. The 2nd fastest time was from Christina Searle in 21:40 with the highest WAVA of 79.59%. Hayley Coates was in third with 23.44. Jane Hodge ran the second highest WAVA with 74.36%. Jacqui Healey ran an impressive WAVA of 73.55% and Caroline Richmond took another 46 seconds off, beating her PB for the 7th time this year, great work.

The men's summary: No surprises that the highest WAVA was from Mick Anglim 76.02% amazing and very consistent running. Steve Bradley took 10 seconds off his best time this year. Jeremy Barber took 2 seconds off his best time this year with a time of 26:04. Graham Robbins ran a great time, his best this year in 19:00 and a wava of 70.27%. The fastest time was by Dan Latham in 17:52, 12 secs off PB.

Brilliant running all.

This coming week will be week 52, a year since parkrun was held and a year since this challenge began, so hope to see many of you out challenging your 5K, the weather's looking good and we could be in for some great results.

Total runs as a group: 1,042

2021 Stats:

Week 10

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

Week 10 of 2021 and week 50 since lockdown began. As a "treat" this week many of us carried out "off road" 5K's in the glorious spring sunshine! and as group we exceeded our 1,000th 5K run since parkrun was put on hold. There were more great achievements to report:

Christina Searle improved her best time this year by a further 11 seconds to 21:33 and recorded the highest WAVA score at 82.91%. Sarah Fitton ran her best time this year in 26:01 despite the fact it was an off road run. Mick Anglim continues to record the highest male WAVA score each week, 78.18% this week. Terry Earney ran his fastest time this year also on an "off-road" course in 26:23. Raymond Searle beat his target time with a run of 20:54, as did Lee Maunder with a time of 25:00. Callum Tanner ran the fastest time this week in 18:41. Well done all, Absolutely Fantastic!

Total runs as a group: 1,014

2021 Stats:

 

CC6 February 2021

We had more runners this month and lots of excellent times.  Well done all and thanks very much to Hannah for coordinating.

Times are not directly comparable as routes were different so the results are displayed in reverse alphabetical order. 

Name
Cat Jan Time Feb Time  
Name
Cat Jan Time Feb Time  
Name
Cat Jan Time Feb Time
Women
Tamsin Roberts
S x 00.39.59  
Karen Denham
V40 00.37.59 00.37.27  
Hannah Cockle
S 00.41.33 00.39.05
Sarah Fitton
V50 00.52.02 00.49.11  
Jane Hodge 
V60 00.51.10 00.42.14  
Chris Harris 
V70 00.52.02 00.51.01
Sally Harbut
V40 00.57.30 x  
Jan Anglim
V70 01.05.55 1.01.55  
Caroline Richmond
V50 00.53.42 00.48.42
Laura Porter
V40 x 00.37.06  
Jacqui Healey
V50 00.58.58 00.49.58  
Alice Rudd
S 00.36.35 00.34.34
Kelly Anetts
S 00.41.03 x  
Hilary Hinks 
V60 00.56.17 00.55.22  
 
     
Katherine Broomfield 
S 00.52.51 00.51.40  
Hayley Coates
S x 00.45.03  
     
Men
Tim Collinson 
V60 00.49.04 00.44.20  
Oscar Anglim
S x 00.38.30  
Ian Beveridge
V50 00.51.24 00.53.42
Terry Earney
V70 00.59.29 00.49.28  
Mick Anglim
V70 00.43.14 00.39.21  
Dan Latham
S 00.32.35 00.31.56
Steve Bradley
V60 x 00.53.25  
Matt Casey
S x 00.37.22  
Chris Kidd
S 01.05.57 01.02.04
Steve Blight 
V50 00.44.33 00.43.52  
Martin Loveless
V60 00.36.39 00.38.17  
Callum Johnson
S 00.33.59 00.31.55
Simon Ibbotson
S 00.37.21 00.34.49  
Mark Lee
V50 00.54.53 00.49.50  
Brendan Anglim
V40 x 00.38.30
Paul Blundell
V50 00.37.24 00.36.28  
Jeremy Barber
V60 00.59.22 00.52.27  
Andy Mansfield
V50 x 00.42.51

5K Isolation series 2021

Week 09

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

Week 49 of the 5K Challenge (and wk 9 of 2021): This week the weather was far more kind to us, with the first sunny day of spring and a little less wind than previous weeks. 31 times were recorded and the highest WAVA score and fastest ladies time was by Christina Searle with 21:44 & 84.15%. Caroline Richmond had a great run yet again, taking another 21 seconds off her PB. Paul Blundell beat his 5K target time within a longer 10K run recording a time of 22 mins. Vicki Clarke beat her target time by 9 seconds, great to see Vicki coming back strongly. Chris Kidd ran his fastest 5K this year with a time of 29:53. Hayley Coates again improved her 2021 PB with a time of 23:32. Helen McLuckie had a brilliant run taking 51 seconds off her 2021 best in a time of 28:22. Karen Denham ran her fastest 5K this year within a 10K run with a time of 22:32. Brilliant results again, well done everyone.

Total runs as a group: 982

2021 Stats:

Virtual 10K Results February 2021

Well done all those that participated in the February 10K Challenge. There were some excellent results and achievements all round.

Pos
Name
Cat Time   Pos
Name
Cat Time   Pos
Name
Cat Time
Women
1 Alice Rudd F Sen 00:44:24   7 Jacqui Healey F55 00:51:16   13 Sarah Hood F40 01:01:52
2 Laura Porter F40 00:47:09   8 Sarah Fitton F50 00:54:19   14 Claire Aplin F50 01:11:30
3 Jane Hodge F60 00:47:57   9 Helen McLuckie F40 00:58:04   15 Sally Harbut F40 01:12:25
4 Karen Denham F45 00:47:59   10 Caroline Richmond F55 00:59:08   16 Laura Swancott  F Sen 01:12:38
5 Hannah Cockle F Sen 00:48:47   11 Katharine Broomfield F Sen 01:00:33   17 Jan Anglim F70 01:14:44
6 Kelly Anetts F Sen 00:48:47   12 Tracy Hickson F50 01:01:00   18 Annie Brucelow F75 01:52:31
Men
1 Dan Latham M35 00:36:37   7 Paul Blundell M55 00:44:25  
13
Steve Bradley M55 00:54:05
2 James Clarke M35 00:37:26   8 Mick Anglim M70 00:48:08  
14
Mark Lee M55 00:55:03
3 Callum Tanner M Sen 00:38:18   9 Mike Fitton M55 00:48:21  
15
Tim Collinson M60 00:55:47
4 Simon Ibbotson M Sen 00:40:16   10 Dan Chown M40 00:48:59  
16
Terry Earney M70 01:01:52
5 Graham Robbins M35 00:43:13   11 Andy Mansfield M50 00:53:33  
17
Chris Kidd M35 01:02:40
6 Matt Casey M Sen 00:43:19   12 Jeremy Barber M65 00:53:43  
18
Ian Beveridge M57 01:06:27

CC6 Month 1 - We are top of the League

The overall results for Month 1 are now on the CC6 website.  We had an excellent turnout and showed strength in depth.  Five category fastest times and we are top of the League for both Women and Men. Well done everyone and thanks very much to Hannah for encouraging us to get out there and run.  There's still two weeks left for you to do a February off-road five miler.  Go on; you know you'll enjoy it.

5K Isolation series 2021

Week 08

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

Weekly 5K Challenge Week 8 (48):

This week 30 runs were recorded. As some of you are aware Jeremy's Longparish community running group have also joined us in this challenge as they are unable to compete together under current restrictions, runners with (L2SOTM) after their name are runners of this group. The most notable performances this week were from; Caroline Richmond who beat her PB for the 5th time this year taking a further 8 seconds off. Christina Searle (an L2SOTM runner) recorded a WAVA score of over 80%, ran the fastest ladies time in 22:17 and improved her target time by 33 seconds. Steve Bradley also beat his 2021 PB for the 5th time this year knocking another 32 seconds off. Jan Anglim took a further 13 seconds off her 2021 best. Callum Johnson recorded the fastest overall time in 18:12 and beat his target time by 3 seconds. Jane Hodge recorded a time of 23:46 within a 10K run with the highest WAVA score seen this year 82.81% amazing run. Brilliant running everybody.

Total runs as a group: 946

2021 Stats:

Week 07

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

Weekly 5K Challenge Week 7 (47):

This week 28 times were recorded. It was windy conditions for most of the week again, but that didn't stop some great running:

Grace Hawker took 3 minutes of her 1st run of this year taking her improvement score to 4.47%, brilliant achievement.

Tracy Hickson beat her target time by 1:40 an improvement of 3.35%, well done Tracy.

Jacqui Healey improved her 2021 PB by a further 22 secs, great work.

Terry Earney beat his 2021 PB for the 2nd week in a row in a time of 26:31.

Charmaine Bradford beat her target time by 19 seconds and set the fastest ladies time in 23:03.

Kirsty Hope beat her target time by 18 seconds. Jane Hodge set the highest WAVA score with 76.19%. Brilliant running all.

Total runs as a group: 915

2021 Stats:

Week 06

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

Weekly 5K Challenge 2021 Results Week 6:

The weather was bitterly cold this week, but that didn't stop 30 runners from competing, and not only did people compete but some fantastic results were returned:

Christina Grindley took a whopping 3:16 mins off her previous best time this year and beats her target by 55 seconds.

Some absolutely brilliant achievements this week, well done everyone amazing!!

Total runs as a group: 886

2021 Stats:

The First CC6 - January 2021

Good news.  Hardley fielded 24 runners: 12 women and 12 men.  Things are a bit different this season because of Covid.  Runers chose their own 5 mile, off-road course starting and finishing at or near the same point.  Times have been reported to CC6 HQ and we'll have to wait and see what they make of the results. In the meantime, here they are in alphabetical order.  Thanks very much to Hannah Cockle for coordinating our teams.  Anyone can join in for the next race.  Just run 5 miles as explained above and report your time to Hannah.  So come on everyone, give it a go!

Name
Cat Time  
Name
Cat Time  
Name
Cat Time
Women
Alice Rudd S 00.36.35   Hilary Hinks  V60 00.56.17   Karen Denham V40 00.37.59
Caroline Richmond V50 00.53.42   Jacqui Healey V50 00.58.58   Katherine Broomfield S 00.52.51
Chris Harris  V70 00.52.02   Jan Anglim V70 01.05.55   Kelly Anetts S 00.41.03
Hannah Cockle S 00.41.33   Jane Hodge  V60 00.51.10   Sally Harbut V40 00.57.30
                Sarah Fitton V50 00.52.02
Men
Callum Johnson S 00.33.59   Mark Lee V50 00.54.33   Simon Ibbotson S 00.37.21
Chris Kidd S 01.05.57   Martin Loveless V60 00.36.39   Steve Blight  V50 00.44.33
Dan Latham S 00.32.35   Mick Anglim V70 00.43.14   Terry Earney V70 00.59.29
Ian Beveridge V50 00.51.24   Paul Blundell V50 00.37.24   Tim Collinson  V60 00.49.04
Jeremy Barber V60 00.59.22                

 

5K Isolation series 2021

Week 05

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

Week 5 of the 2021 5K Challenge.

It was a fairly windy old week, making for a really tough effort when running against it. 35 runs were recorded and the fastest time this week was from James Clarke in 17:39, the fastest time recorded this year so far. Karen Denham recorded the fastest female time and WAVA in 22:51 69.59% and Mick Anglim again recorded the overall highest WAVA score at 78.69% with an identical time as the previous week. Grace Hawker recorded her best time this year in 28:49, the third time this year she has knocked a chunk off. Roger Tansley improved his target time by over 2 minutes. Hayley Coates knocked a couple of seconds off her 2021 best. Jan Anglim recorded her best time this year only 4 seconds away from her target. It hasn't been the easiest couple of weeks to run with the weather, but 15 runners are within 1 percent of breaking their target, wait for the winds to drop and I'm sure these runners will break through. Well Done all great running.

Total runs as a group: 853

2021 Stats:

Week 04

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

Week 4 of the 2021 5K Challenge.

Despite the cold weather and icy conditions 42 runs were recorded this week.

Star of the week has to be Marnie Seymour who took 1m:24s off her best 2021 time and also recorded the highest female WAVA score at 69.40%. Mick Anglim had a great result improving his time for the 3rd week in a row and recorded the highest WAVA score at 78.69%. Emma Rogers beat her 2021 best by 38 seconds. Kirsty Hope knocked 24 seconds off her best time this year and Jeremy Barber was joined by Bernie Sanders at his garden parkrun; don't ask me why ??.

Many a runner had to take it easy avoiding icy patches on pavements and some went off road for softer conditions.

Well done all great running ??

2021 Stats:

Week 03

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

Week 43 and the 3rd week of 2021 5K Challenge and you guessed it, we had our biggest turn out again with 44 runs completed.

Star of the week with his first 5K of 2021 has to be Matt Casey who with the assistance of Aaron Pritchard pacing him, beat his all time PB by 52 seconds and takes a whopping 6.69% off his target WAVA.

Caroline RIchmond improved her target time for the 3rd week in a row, now taking 1:56 off since the start of the year.

Steve Bradley has also improved his time every week this year taking over 3% off his WAVA.

Mick Anglim had an absolutely inspiring run recording the highest WAVA score this week at 78.30% in a time of 23:26.

Grace Hawker beat her target time for the 2nd week in a row within a 10K run, brilliant running Grace!.

I ran my 2nd best time ever in 17:40.

Kim Latham took 52 seconds off her best 2021 time and improved past her target for the 2nd week in a row.

Alice Rudd was the fastest and highest age graded lady this week with a time of 21:12 70.11%.

There are 15 runners on the verge of beating their target times within 1%, how many of these runners will be able to squeeze that extra percent out next week?

Great to see more new and old members taking up the challenge this week. Also brilliant to see some of our longer distance specialists challenging themselves over shorter distance and achieving some impressive results.

Well done every one give yourselves a solid pat on the back!!

Total runs as a group: 774

2021 Stats:

Week 02

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

5K Challenge - Week 2 of '21 Season:

It was a another cold week but 31 runs were recorded in the 5k challenge, our highest uptake yet again!.

There were some brilliant results this week: Aleks Burlinson jumps to top of the improver board with a time of 23:38 78.84% and improvement to her target of 5.2%. Caroline Richmond improves on her target time for the 2nd week in a row with a time of 29:37. Mick Anglim recorded the highest WAVA score this week with 78.84% and improves his target by 1.91%. Steve Bradley also improves upon his target for the 2nd week in a row in 26:09 (1.58% improvement). Grace Hawker beat her target with a time of 29:39 (0.51%). Hayley Coates betters her target in 23:55 (0.43%). Kim Latham improves upon her target with a time of 45:40 (0.40%) and New Nan Sarah Fitton (congratulations) beats her target with a time of 26:17 (0.17%).

There was also an amazing result in the Garden Parkrun and after 42 weeks Jeremy Barber achieved a sub30 time, brilliant!!

What an amazing set of results! There were 6 runs over and 6 runs within touching distance of 70%, this is considered to be "Regional Class" well done to those runners. But most importantly well done to everyone getting out and doing it despite the cold, you will soon all be beating your target.

Look forward to hearing from you next Monday or before ??

Total Runs as a Group: 729

2021 Stats:

Week 01

Here's the results summary.  Dan reports

Week 1 of the 2021 5K Challenge.

After 40 weeks of the original 5K challenge it was time to wipe the slate clean, make a few adjustments and revise our targets.

So here it is week 1 of The 2021 Season: Firstly thank you to everyone coming back again for another season, and wow! 9 new runners have joined in week 1, thank you guys for giving it ago and for all of you who figured out the age grade calculator and sent WAVA scores through. We hope you enjoy the challenge and look forward to seeing you improve towards your target. All the runners are here to encourage you and help you and to have fun running, and from us all WELCOME!

29 runners completed 5K's this week, the highest return we have ever seen! And everybody ran there best 5K time in 2021! ??5 runners have already beaten their target time; Chris Kidd has been targetting a sub 30 run for 18 months and squeezed under the bar today in 29:59 a 3.16% improvement to his target WAVA. Caroline Richmond ran a PB to achieve a time of 31:13 improving her target WAVA score by 2.24%. After 41 weeks of continued 5K running Jeremy Barber beat his target by 2% with a time of 26.06. Jacqui Healey beat her target by 1.25% with a time of 25:34, this is impressive as in 2020 Jacqui achieved her best 5k time in seven years and now further improves this. Steve Bradley after several weeks closing in achieves his target with a time of 26:47, taking 2 seconds off and an improvement of 0.74%. Other items to note; Kim Latham completed her 5K in 1 year around the tough Wilverley course. Jeremy continues with his garden parkrun something else the challenge caters for, why not challenge him by making your own garden 5K!

Many runners changed their course this week to comply with the 2021 guidance; making loop courses or out & backs, with the aim being to avoid any elevation loss (down hill running). Well done for adapting it looks like we all have some great routes we can go at.

Hope to see you all and more next week. Reminder that you can join at any time and can run as many or as little as you want. Take care and have fun running!

5K Isolation series

Here's a report on the whole of the 2020 results.  Well done to everyone who took part and thank you Dan for masterminding the events. Please do join in- see Events Diary tab above; it's easy to join and you'll enjoy being part of our challenge.

 

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