Ful-On Standard Duathlon: 24 April 2010

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All runners

Pos arrow Name arrow Time arrow Cat arrow Club arrow
1 1 Richard Phillips 1:04:10 M35-39 Serpentine
2 2 Jonathan Rae 1:08:17 M30-34 Serpentine
3 3 Paul Lanzoni 1:10:53 M35-39 Serpentine
4 4 Danny Bent 1:11:29 M30-34 Serpentine
5 5 David Drury 1:17:33 M35-39 Serpentine
6 6 Mark Wadley 1:19:57 M45-49 Serpentine
7 7 Elizabeth Madden 1:28:45 F25-29 Serpentine
8 8 Lars Menken 1:29:04 M35-39 Serpentine
9 9 Jan Farmer 1:29:47 F55-59 Serpentine
10 10 Sarah Newton 1:31:00 F50-54 Serpentine
11 11 Ros Young 1:42:22 F65-69 Serpentine


Well done to everyone who raced at the Ful-On-Duathlon on Saturday it was a good turn out from Serpentine with 16 people racing, joint 2nd largest club turn out behind Ful-on-Tri who had 24 athletes. However it was mixed fortunes for the club on a gloriously sunny day at Kempton Park, if they'd given points for bad luck I think we would have won. I got a puncture on the first lap of the bike, Wendy Vandoolaeghe came off her bike on one of the corners of the very technical course and Ian also pulled out after the bike. We were also caught up in controversy around the lead runners of the 2nd wave taking a wrong turn on the first run and all ended up being disqualified, including our Male vet star Jon Gardner who was on for a storming time with a great bike and 2nd run.

However it wasn't all bad news, Richard Phillips came off the bike in 8th place and worked his way through the leaders to finish 3rd place overall and run a brilliant 16:11 for the last 5km. Jon Rae also ran a solid race with a 17:46 last run to finish 18th overall. Was also good to see Dan Bent back racing duathlon after his epic cycle to India, unsurprisingly his bike was solid but having only run 3 times in the last 10 months wasn't on his usual form for the run.

Mark Wadley & Elizabeth Madden managed to take the correct route on the run and were our scoring female and vet. Jan Farmer also managed to follow the course and won her age group.

If my calculations are right we finished 4th overall just behind Wimbledon Windmilers, the next London League race is the Morden 6n6 on the 9th May places are still available http://www.runnersw orld.co.uk/ events/registrat ioninfo.asp? sp=&v=1&EN= 54716 a great race for runners that can swim a bit with a 600m pool swim and 6 mile run.

Well done again to everyone who turned up and raced and nice to see some new triathlon faces amongst you.

report by Angus Beaumont

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