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BUPA Great Capital Run

Listed by Mrs Winkle
, London SE17 UK
36 Entrants Club PB SB Pred Time WAVA
AJPAR Unaffiliated 36:20 40:23 38:30 40:23 68.81
Badger FERC 47:40 53:19 59:00 53:19 54.09
BigEvilC Unaffiliated 40:47 42:35 43:02 43:20 67.06
Biggles Unaffiliated 40:23 40:23 40:23 67.57
brooksy Huntingdonshire AC 35:29 41:55 42:57 62.51
Crouchie Orpington Road Runners 41:00 41:00 40:00 43:00 62.44
dooly Unaffiliated 49:05 54:57 54:57 49.43
ermsey Unaffiliated 56:07 56:07 58:20 56:07 48.22
Ghengis Redhill Distict Royal Mail AC, Striders of Croydon AC 41:35 47:03 53:07 53.49
HappyHarper Unaffiliated 56:26 59:42 59:42 50.24
hatstand Unaffiliated 42:44 45:46 45:46 59.13
jane_m VEGAN RUNNERS UK, Kings Heath Running Club 58:45 1:04:13 1:08:00 1:07:58 44.46
jbean Unaffiliated 1:03:47 1:10:54 1:20:13 37.97
JLP Unaffiliated 53:30 1:07:00 1:07:00 45.27
John66 Barnes Runners 58:44 1:00:42 1:05:00 1:07:52 42.18
Jumpinglilac Unaffiliated 1:02:08 1:05:24 1:06:05 47.89
K8 Ealing Eagles Running Club 52:05 52:41 58:17 51.39
Kitbag Unaffiliated 46:37 56:35 56:35 48.00
kstubbs Unaffiliated 42:43 46:17 47:32
Lefromage VEGAN RUNNERS UK, Flyers Southend 53:30 53:30 1:00:00 57:13 50.40
Lizzybagwash Fenland Running Club 58:56 1:06:42 1:10:04 1:06:42 47.45
MattTheRat Victoria Park Harriers & Tower Hamlets AC 37:14 38:17 42:00 39:44 72.58
Mrs Winkle Ranelagh Harriers 45:01 59:03 1:00:00 1:02:37 48.11
Palacebhoy South London Harriers 44:24 44:24 44:24 61.78
Peteb69 100 Marathon Club, Serpentine RC 38:06 43:30 50:00 47:39 58.75
Puffing Billy Unaffiliated 49:24 51:35 51:35 59.04
Roobarb Unaffiliated 59:21 1:05:45 1:10:00 1:05:45 50.60
RunLikeTheWind Unaffiliated 1:01:49 1:04:54 1:10:51 48.79
Sai Serpentine RC 58:43 58:43 1:00:42 44.58
Sare Unaffiliated 59:42 59:42 1:00:21 49.57
Siamese Pete Unaffiliated 56:19 58:28 58:28 49.33
SUPERWOMAN63 Unaffiliated 1:02:32 1:02:32 1:10:00 1:04:49 48.83
terrycook Serpentine RC 45:37 47:16 47:16 66.55
Wiggins Unaffiliated 36:47 37:36 37:36 71.59
Yorkshire Pie Unaffiliated 46:54 47:08 49:50 60.03
youlooktired Unaffiliated 34:45 39:44 40:00 39:44 67.58

This event is listed on these dates:

jbean
my first 10 k. I made it round using a run/walk strategy.
John66
BET ON ME PLEASE.

I won't let you down :-)

Very hot and training not brilliant but a massive improvement on last year. With a bit of decent August training and a miserable day in Reading on Sep 2nd I should be able to get much nearer 1 hour.
ermsey
Bit hot and muggy, but enjoyed my first ever race, and did better than I thought I would. Was a bit busy at points, and how dare they have an uphill finish!!
Badger
I was feeling quite upbeat about this one. But it's my old buddy Chris's stag the day before now. I am not convinced I'll be in any shape to start the wretched race, never mind PB it! Well in the end I made it there and ran a time in the middle of my range for the distance
Peteb69
Racing in club handicap on Saturday so treating this one is a fun run
Siamese Pete
Very hot, very crowded, very congested - won't be doing this one again.
MattTheRat
Just for fun, if I set a PB the week before I'll take this one easy. ** RESULT ** well not a PB, but a fairly decent run. Not in the best shape today, but improved as the race went on. Fairly happy with the time.
JLP
First run after achilles problem... good, slow run
Roobarb
Don't waste any bets - I am not going to pb on this one as I have missed 6 weeks training due to illness!
BigEvilC
too busy for a good pb but fun update : Go on then I'll go for 7th consecutive 10k PB by a second ! In the orange front men's wave so hopefully won't be too crowded if people are honest about their finish times.... sorry close but no cigar, didn't quite have the legs but good event
Sare
ve been quicker if hadn't had to do a pala radcliffe!
AJPAR
Hot day in London and felt energy disappear around th 7k mark. Good race and would definately do it next year.
Lizzybagwash
I had not really got back into running after injury was always looking at the ground making sure I put my foot right
It was very hot never ran a race in this heat before my goal was just to finish to get a pb was great
Mrs Winkle
Great course, staggered start times, good support, plenty of water stations, course markers good. 6.5 - 8.0k was difficult, very hot day and not much shade on that part of the course.
SUPERWOMAN63
This race was well advertised and sounded good hence my entry. It was for Help a London Child and l managed to get some sponsorship, this race was in Hyde Park and was packed with loads of people. I know l keep going on but you expect to be able to run 10km a bit easier than 26.2 miles but you know what l was just doing enough at the gym to get me through the race. The early part of the race was good but towards the middle and the end l was praying for the finish line l really was doubting my ability to finish, how wussy am l and then suddenly l saw photographers, tv cameras and lots of people and decided there was no way l was going to flag on tv and made my grimace look like a smile and got across the line JUST !! and guess what the medal was beautiful and l sat on the grass gazing proudly at it ( a bit like you do to a newborn baby ) had a drink felt refreshed and live to tell another story. Bring it on yeah yeah yeah
Lefromage
I did this race after suffering a bit of a foot injury and was not too sure if it would hold up. However following a very slow start to the race (sheer volume of runners) i managed to get into a bit of a stride and complete this great London run. Fantastic shirts and medal, plenty of drinks and even a shower enroute (nice touch). The baggage point was chaos which let it down a bit but all in all a fantastic run for a great cause.
Kitbag
1st 10K race

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