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Ranelagh Richmond Half Marathon

26 Entrants Club PB SB Pred Time WAVA
AdrianR Unaffiliated 1:43:50 1:53:15 1:59:59 1:58:07 54.39
AndyWooHoo Ranelagh Harriers 1:33:43 1:49:58 1:49:58 54.26
Blakey 26.2 RRC 26.2 Road Runners Club 1:38:42 1:45:11 1:50:00 1:49:55 54.31
Bul Clapham Chasers 1:12:36 1:17:03 1:17:48 76.28
Damo666 Striders of Croydon AC 1:19:51 1:22:15 1:25:08 70.42
DIY Diva Ranelagh Harriers, Vets AC 1:42:13 1:50:34 2:00:00 1:53:28 61.54
dizzi Dulwich Park Runners 1:52:53 1:52:53 1:55:00 1:57:33 56.70
Forest Runner Bracknell Forest Runners 1:30:50 1:34:03 1:34:35 71.43
funkin Ranelagh Harriers, The Stragglers RC 1:27:42 1:27:42 1:29:59 1:29:08 66.74
Heals Unaffiliated 2:01:33 2:08:22 2:20:00 2:14:25 48.98
Hendrix Sheen Shufflers 1:32:45 1:32:45 1:32:45 63.87
jess84 Dulwich Park Runners 2:00:22 2:00:22 2:10:00 2:00:22 56.24
John66 Barnes Runners 2:17:02 2:20:05 2:30:00 2:20:05 44.41
Kieren Serpentine RC, Ealing Eagles Running Club 1:31:11 1:31:13 1:45:00 1:53:45 52.09
Kittenheels Kath Unaffiliated 1:58:31 1:58:31 1:58:31 58.92
Nors Unaffiliated 2:18:00 2:18:00 2:18:00 50.15
PaulaMc Dulwich Park Runners 1:49:59 2:08:19 2:29:59 2:18:30 49.20
Red foot blue foot Ranelagh Harriers 2:20:43 2:23:44 2:23:44 46.41
rosa Serpentine RC 1:26:24 1:30:24 1:34:21 69.78
runningl8 Unaffiliated 1:39:27 1:44:17 1:44:43 57.62
SharonD Ranelagh Harriers, St. Mary's University College AC 1:52:05 2:09:00 2:09:00 51.48
streatham stroller Herne Hill Harriers, Road Runners Club 1:39:23 1:39:23 1:43:00 1:39:23 63.60
surreystriderâ„¢ Unaffiliated 1:39:06 1:58:06 1:59:00 1:58:06 51.09
Taffers Unaffiliated 1:27:26 1:27:26 1:30:00 1:29:31 74.45
TingTong Exmouth Harriers AAC 1:19:53 1:19:53 1:21:30 1:24:16 71.60
Wiggins Unaffiliated 1:20:39 1:20:57 1:22:18 71.96

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Using this one as a training run as I'm not in PB shape & I know I'd only be upset failing to run to my potential. Paced Claire for the first 3 miles at just over 10mm pace, then sped up to about 8mm pace which I was able to hold comfortably.

The legs took the distance well which was good and it was really nice being a bit further down the field for a change - it's a nicer crowd there - more commeradery. The weather was pefect for running being overcast with light rain about half way through.
First ever half marathon, and after a few niggling injuries of late I'm being very cautious.

Went really well, was delighted with both the race itself and my time.
Forest Runner
Pleased to get my second sub 95 minutes in two weeks. Now I have to push on in search of that elusive sub 90 minutes.
Those last two miles hurt. Still, got in under 2 hours which was my aim for today. Finally met PB who spent the morning tearing round like a mad thing on her bike.
Thought I would be recovered enough from FLM to challenge my PB. Never mind the slower pace made me notice much more of the course than Ive done in the past.
Going for sub 1:30 on this one. As for betting potential, I wouldn't say its guaranteed but you've a good chance of earning some credits here :) ** UPDATE ** Pacing is such a good thing. I started really steadily and ensured that I didn't go off too quickly. After mile 1 it was just steady pacing throughout, with a slightly faster final mile as I rejoined a busier group of people. I'm really happy with my time - especially now that I'd say that I am comfortably below 1:30. Read more about my efforts at rowerunning.co.uk
Feel very demotivated so aim is just to get round and definitely won't take Garmin. Won't beat Reading time despite it being both flat and local. Don't bother betting.


Perfect weather, a few familiar fetchies, didn't go off too fast for a change thanks to Keiren abd friend (Claire?) and felt comfortable all the way through. Thanks to PB for cycling alongside - that helped immensely. Very happy.
DIY Diva
Don't have a PB for this distance, so assuming it isn't as hot as Paris, should be safe to assume 2hrs but will be delighted with a sub2hr half-m.
streatham stroller
Excellent run felt comfortable all the way round, in retrospect could have probably pushed it a bit hard.
pre-marathon training run, not a race! (for me...)
Kittenheels Kath
Ooh, it's so good to begin a half-marathon time with 1hour somthing! It's taken me 5 years to get to this point! Pacing was good throughout, as was form. Special thanks to Puff who popped up at various stages to offer words of encouragement.
Splits: 1=8.56, 2=8.32, 3=8.58, 4=9.12, 5&6= 18.34, 7=8.39, 8=9.33, 9=9.28, 10=9.15, 11=9.02, 12=8.54, 13=9.38
Felt brilliant, massive PB
PB and first time under 2 hours. Felt hard work from 3 to 6 miles, but got better. Fairly even pace
First Half really enjoyed it.
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