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Stockley Park Easter Monday 10K

Mon April 13 2009 Listed by Phreakbat
14 Entrants Club PB SB Pred Time WAVA
Athlete In Progress Did not expect the course to be quite so challenging with lots of different terrain changes and hills, but then I should of thought a little harder being the perimeters of a golf course. However was a good run and worked hard.

POSITION: 139/170
TIME: 1:01:15 Unaffiliated 52:26 58:58 59:55 1:01:15 43.64
Banny I tough ask after a 10 mile race on Good Friday three days ago but I am up for the attempt. I normally run 11's, 8's, 7+'s back to back. I am running faster now so a good chance I will PB. Sub 50n is my ultimate target.
this is a nother step towards that. Hayes & Harlington Road Runners 49:36 49:36 51:00 51:34 54.59
Gobi Race report - 4th place in 36.05 

Splits 18.05 - 18.00

After 25 miles on the bike

Went off steady and just tried to work at a consistant hard level. Was passed around 3kms by 1 chap(he came second) but moved through from 6th to 4th. Relaxed in the last km only to realise that it was long so slightly annoyed not to go sub 36 mins. That said I should have just run faster earlier as I was in no real distress. I still lack raw speed but I am improving and I did feel strong throughout. Unaffiliated 33:14 35:09 36:05 75.79
hungry hippo Purple Patch Runners 50:00 51:12 52:00 53:38 56.57
Joe Hawk Datchet Dashers 39:26 41:36 41:57 63.79
Justin S This was tougher than expected with warm sunshine, and lots of small climbs. Happy to post one of my fastest 10k's on this course. March AC 42:24 45:16 46:37 59.04
Karate Chop I broke my 10km PB!!! I can now finally say I can run 10km in under an hour. Its been a hurdle thats stood in my way for a while and Ive finally done it. Very proud of myself indeed!!!

This was the first Stockley Park Race. Really well organised with over 180 runners. It wouldn't suprise me if there are double the amount of runners next year. The run is traffic free and hilly/undualting around the parameters of Stockley Park Golf Course. Its great to do a race like this not so far out of London. 
Chorlton Runners 54:57 56:42 58:48 51.59
lesleyanne Unaffiliated 1:05:22 1:05:22 1:13:00 1:14:47 49.98
Liliaicha Was quite chuffed when I went to collect my race number and was given number 1!! I didn't feel like number 1 whilst I was struggling round the course though - it was hillier than I had anticipated and I think I was still tired from Maidenhead 10. Good race, nice course, good marshalling and well organised - glad to smash my PB and finally have a decent time to record. Trail Running Association 49:08 53:27 58:00 57:37 53.63
Prof Disco Dean quite a tough one after a messy weekend Reading Roadrunners 37:58 38:30 42:05 63.49
Rach E Well organised but tough little multiterrain course around the undulating parts of Stockley Park. Found running on the sand and mud a bit energy sapping but very pleased to run the time I did. 1st female. Aldershot, Farnham & District AC, Team Kennet 36:58 37:08 37:48 80.26
RichMallaber Great race, very well organised & loved the course - nice and challenging. Chorlton Runners 43:26 46:28 46:28 57.84
tomhirst Unaffiliated 46:45 46:45 49:22 54.12
tr_88 Unaffiliated 56:01 56:24 57:51 46.18

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