Finchley 20M: 13 March 2005

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All runners

Pos arrow Name arrow Time arrow Cat arrow Club arrow Graded arrow Pace arrow Bib arrow
1 1 Simon Barrett 2:00:02 SM Serpentine 78.6% 6:00 0
2 2 Jamie Stott 2:08:03 SL Serpentine 80.8% 6:24 0
3 3 Steve Brett 2:13:03 V35 Serpentine 71.3% 6:39 0
4 4 Lynn Plumbley 2:16:20 FV50 Serpentine 85.2% 6:49 0
5 5 Paul Odonnell 2:18:54 V45 Serpentine 76.0% 6:57 0
6 6 Bethan Fallon 2:22:53 SL Serpentine 72.4% 7:09 0
7 7 Matt Brito 2:22:53 SM Serpentine 66.0% 7:09 0
8 8 Billy Milner 2:26:39 SM Serpentine 64.3% 7:20 0
9 9 Jaroslava Korpanec 2:28:13 SL Serpentine 69.8% 7:25 0
10 10 Paddy Green 2:29:44 SM Serpentine 63.0% 7:29 0
11 11 Andrew McGovern 2:36:45 SM Serpentine 60.2% 7:50 0
12 12 Dean Wheeler 2:38:50 SM Serpentine 59.4% 7:56 0
13 13 Chris Saunders 2:44:33 SM Serpentine 57.3% 8:14 0
14 14 Diane Lee 2:46:01 FV40 Serpentine 64.2% 8:18 0
15 15 Peter Procopis 2:46:01 V35 Serpentine 57.2% 8:18 0
16 16 Jan Farmer 2:51:51 FV50 Serpentine 69.5% 8:36 0
17 17 Rachel Powell 2:53:43 FV35 Serpentine 59.6% 8:41 0
18 18 Juliet Collins 2:57:30 FV35 Serpentine 59.1% 8:52 0
19 19 Tony John Murphy 3:13:00 V45 Serpentine 52.1% 9:39 0
20 20 Alex Lord 3:15:14 SL Serpentine 53.0% 9:46 0
21 21 Holly Kennedy 3:16:34 SL Serpentine 52.7% 9:50 0
22 22 Anna Wilkins 3:17:22 SL Serpentine 52.4% 9:52 0
23 23 Zoe Rikkerink 3:35:19 SL Serpentine 48.1% 10:46 0
24 24 Michael Egbor 3:43:43 V50 Serpentine 47.1% 11:11 0

Race conditions

grey, overcast

Report

Well done to Simon Barrett who was fourth. The men's team were second (Simon, Steve Brett, Matt Brito). Jamie Felix was second woman, and the women took the first team prize -Jamie, Lynn Plumbley and Bethan Fallon.

Slight chilly northerly wind, but otherwise ideal conditions for a race of this distance. Four five mile loops over an undulating uninspirational course, with dubious mile markers. The fact that no Mars bars were given to those that failed to complete the last circuit gave the race that extra edge. Fun runners are obviously not welcome in Ruislip.
report by Paul O'Donnell

This long-established pre-London 20 miler took place in the suburbs of west London. The course comprised four laps, passing through a little countryside, some housing estates, and along a number of busy roads. The route was undulating, although by lap four many of the gentle slopes encountered on lap one had turned into full-scale mountains! The race was well organised by Hillingdon AC, with two water stations on each lap, a medal and a Mars bar given at the finish, and refreshments in the clubhouse afterwards.

However, the mile markers were somewhat out of place, with miles one and two being much longer than any of the others! This made pacing quite difficult, although on lap four it was a real boost to know that the final mile was a short one! The race was psychologically as hard as it was physically

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