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Great Yorkshire Run

Listed by philbo
, Sheffield S1 UK
39 Entrants Club PB SB Pred Time WAVA
Blunderwoman FERC 56:35 1:01:51 1:01:51 50.81
Boz Totley AC 42:39 43:54 45:21 59.26
Busy Helen Pocklington Runners 55:07 1:07:02 1:09:05 43.74
caterpillar girl Unaffiliated 41:49 41:49 41:30
Cavey Handsworth Roadhogs RC 42:18 46:49 51:00 51:28 52.30
cguy5 Steel City Striders RC 36:58 42:40 44:45 60.15
chidge Stockport Primary Care Trust Running Club 39:48 43:01 43:01 65.05
Clarky North Derbyshire RC 40:22 40:22 41:15 41:44 64.84
Dan1006 Fife AC 37:58 45:53 45:53 61.92
DaveM1962 Selby Striders, UKnetrunner 47:11 53:27 52:00 54:22 54.28
DaveRedford Hallamshire Harriers Sheffield AC 38:20 38:20 40:00 40:06 68.05
DeeGee 100 Marathon Club, Cleethorpes AC 41:29 56:15 1:05:00 1:00:36 44.52
FERRIS Unaffiliated 59:21 59:21 1:05:00 41.34
foofighter Sheffield RC 46:54 52:32 57:46 50.30
freak of nature Unaffiliated 39:31 44:28 47:00 45:20 65.60
gedward Crystal Peaks Runners 57:32 1:02:52 1:05:00 1:05:20 52.93
giggsy Kimberworth Striders RC 35:42 38:30 39:00 39:07 69.44
ibarwick Unaffiliated 48:19 1:02:00 55:00 1:02:00 43.31
jibba Scunthorpe & District AC 44:07 52:52 52:52 53.34
jrmiller Unaffiliated 45:02 45:02 47:32 56.49
Karen Rothwell & District Harriers 52:47 52:47 57:43 54.83
Kimmy Plodder Kimberworth Striders RC 54:59 54:59 54:59 49.63
Lanby Unaffiliated 44:29 44:29 46:43 59.48
Lucky Jim White City (Hull) RRC 42:05 43:41 44:47 72.03
mohawk sop Barnsley Harriers 43:59 59:08 59:08 45.45
philbo Unaffiliated 51:38 56:06 56:30 56:06 53.85
plasticfantasticorange Unaffiliated 46:27 49:01 52:00 49:01 55.67
rafikikate Totley AC 47:53 47:53 47:53 62.92
rf_fozzy Airienteers, North Leeds Fell Runners 37:55 49:57 49:57 53.75
runningowl Sheffield RC 36:51 52:02 50:00 52:02 51.73
Sk8tergirl Manchester Harriers & AC 48:56 51:51 54:00 51:51 59.03
spd Handsworth Roadhogs RC 49:52 53:45 55:21 57.39
Stuzza Fell Runners Association 47:51 49:32 49:32 59.57
T Bow Unaffiliated 46:42 54:24 55:00 54:24 50.16
The Mighty D Unaffiliated 45:22 50:56 54:00 52:46 51.71
TomF... Barnsley AC 35:18 35:18 37:31 71.57
unknown fetchie FERC 42:43 44:47 44:47 65.39
wAckie Racer Ackworth Road Runners & a.c., UK parkrun Tourists 42:19 50:30 50:00 51:52 55.60
zosie Unaffiliated 40:53 44:41 44:41 60.14

This event is listed on these dates:

Slow Sam
Pulled out due to Stomach bug
The Mighty D
Didn't train as much as i would have liked due to a knee injury. Ran race with Knee bandage and this seemed to work quite well. Lack of training really showed in the last 5KM. I had absolutely nothing left towards the finish line. Just glad to get over the line and realise that i had actually beaten my previous best. Already entered next years race and hope to get below the 50 minute marker. Weather was quite warm. I wished i had taken some drink on the run. The drink station before the 5K marker couldn't have come quick enough.
philbo
Hoping for another good run , training going well at the moment so fingers crossed , also a staggered start makes it a bit easier for a good time. :: Update :: Very satisfied with the days efforts, any enjoyable race well organised a few steady rises on the out lap which gets you breathing alright !! only a couple of grumbles the finish is all up hill from about 400mts thanks for that then ! and my garmin told me i had done the distance and i still had 100 mts to go , now i started it on the 1st mat at the start so i don't know what happened ?
Cavey
The route looks pretty flat, and is essentially an out and back course. Don't think i'm in PB shape so will probably just go out and enjoy this one. I'm in Wave D.

**UPDATE** Bit disappointed with the time, was hoping for at least a minute quicker than that, but deep down thought I had a chance of a PB. The PB was soon out of the window when what I thought was a flat route turned out to be quite undulating. A steady incline for the first 5k, which really took it out of me. Made up a bit of time on the second 5k, but the last 600 - 800m was fairly steep (or at least it felt that way), by which time I had nothing left. Think they need to sort out the seeding of the waves though, there were some decent local club runners in my wave and the wave behind while there were some people in the waves ahead that were walking after about 3k, which made it pretty congested until about 7k. All in all though a good fun family event, with a nice t-shirt and medal making it almost worth the 22 quid.
Clarky
Entered, Did have to think about it as £22 is a bit steep! I am ready for a PB at this distance, I think the course is relatively flat so, fingers crossed. Wave A behind Elites! No.498. Very pleased with the time as course was a little tougher than i imagined and not very scenic. The finish was particularly tough on my weary legs, as it seemed to continually climb over the last 800 metres. Was late getting to the start and just managed to get in the orange section before they closed it off. Therefore, i missed my A wave start and had to weave through runners. I also forgot to start my stop watch at the start so, didn't have a clue what pace i was going for the first 2k. All in all very happy over a minute off my PB and finished in 148 place. Thanks to all those who bet on me.
giggsy
Using this as a warm up for the Nottingham Marathon the following weekend and as a possible indicator as too what pace I should be aiming for in the marathon.

Warm day but pace felt comfortable, the uphill last 800m put stop to any sprint finish but happy I held a steady pace all the way round without feeling I was on dead legs. Roll on the marathon in Nottingham next weekend!
DeeGee
I got let down by terrain in Belvoir. This is on road, I suppose, even if Sheffield is a pretty hilly city!
***Offical time*** 01:00:36. The route WAS quite flat, given that it was Sheffield, with long, steady, shallow climbs. Apparently the first 5k was mostly uphill, and the last 5 was mostly downhill. The last KM seemed quite steep to me.

I've watched the video that my wife made of me in the finishing straight. Not looking as comfortable as in past races. I've got a pulled calf muscle to contend with as well, but it doesn't seem too bad. Take it easy this week I suppose...

I've got a goal for 2008, though- sub 60 minutes 10k- must be possible!
DaveM1962
Sheffield is a hilly town, so maybe I shouldnt have expected anything but hills. However the 3k or so uphill to the turn sapped all my strength, and suffered downhill. The final uphill to the finsih did me in!
T Bow
great race! fantastic atmosphere can't wait to do it again
runningowl
picked up pace with 3k to go but ran out of energy with 1k uphill to go.
rf_fozzy
Suffered from too much hockey the day before and a mild heat stroke so ran much slower than I was hoping.
DaveRedford
Wanted to break 40 - so close! Then did Percy Pud 3 months later and knocked 1:46 off - go figure...
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