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Hastings 100th Anniversary Marathon

, Hastings TN34 UK
76 Entrants Club PB SB Pred Time WAVA
Alan Unaffiliated 3:18:25 3:59:08 4:20:00 4:04:06 51.18
Almostapb St. Albans Striders 3:39:06 4:00:06 4:02:03 55.15
aloon Unaffiliated 4:02:33 4:02:33 4:16:00 4:02:33 51.51
Android Shropshire Shufflers 3:58:05 3:58:05 3:59:59 3:58:05 57.05
Anna Finn VEGAN RUNNERS UK 3:40:54 4:18:39 4:20:46 52.12
atrain247 FERC 3:43:20 3:58:12 4:14:03 49.22
Binks Serpentine RC 3:06:55 3:07:55 3:48:00 54.79
Blackbird Leys (boy) 100 Marathon Club, Woodstock Harriers AC 3:17:25 3:24:08 3:26:15 67.01
BoomRumble&Roar Sandbach Striders 3:13:28 3:13:28 3:40:00 3:13:28 64.57
Bosun Tony FERC 3:19:52 3:19:52 3:40:00 3:26:38 66.31
Bottom Trotter Unaffiliated 3:31:24 3:35:49 4:00:00 3:48:46 67.63
Bunny Chow Unaffiliated 3:43:17 3:50:41 3:55:49 58.25
CaptWonderPants Sutton Runners
catwoman Unaffiliated 4:25:00 4:40:49 4:20:00
CheekyP Gade Valley Harriers 2:55:00 3:44:31 3:44:31 55.64
Cheese Unaffiliated 3:58:59 4:08:27 4:08:27 58.37
chunky boy Hastings Runners 3:49:54 3:58:15 4:15:00 3:58:15 53.29
Chunky Monkey Unaffiliated 3:58:45 4:08:25 4:08:25 50.74
DaveH Unaffiliated 2:54:40 3:06:45 3:30:00 3:06:45 66.90
deanosaur Larkfield AC 3:29:04 3:42:11 3:42:11 63.34
Didds Bexhill Runners 3:46:35 3:56:53 3:56:53 54.94
dovetail Bexhill Runners 4:11:21 4:11:21 4:30:00 4:11:21 51.35
DPowles Portsmouth Joggers Club 3:05:55 3:15:52 3:45:00 3:21:38 62.02
Fast Eddie Wadhurst Runners 3:20:52 3:21:46 3:45:00 3:29:08 63.84
Foxy 100 Marathon Club, Milton Keynes Lakeside Runners 3:09:27 3:24:10 3:59:59 5:17:37 39.37
gingerbreadman Stockport Harriers & AC 2:55:15 3:10:59 3:10:59 66.48
hardtail Hastings Runners 3:16:43 3:16:43 3:16:43 63.51
Hipster Unaffiliated 3:31:26 3:31:26 3:45:00 3:31:26 59.09
hornysnowdrop Hastings Runners 3:54:29 4:00:45 4:00:45 56.60
hottubalci Wrekin Road Runners 3:59:20 4:27:07 4:30:00 4:28:00 46.62
Jas28 Ashford and District RRC 3:49:00 4:00:00 4:00:00 4:00:00 52.53
Jogging Jon Wrekin Road Runners 3:44:35 4:16:16 4:46:33 45.80
john_n Bishops Stortford RC 3:37:25 3:45:39 3:45:00 3:45:39 56.27
Kent plodder Sevenoaks AC 3:12:18 3:12:18 3:30:00 3:42:36 57.98
Kevski Cambridge Harriers, Dulwich Park Runners 2:59:45 3:01:06 2:58:00 3:01:06 68.98
KKKKKarl Unaffiliated 3:42:20 3:55:00 4:12:00 51.22
lesleyanne Unaffiliated 5:29:21 6:01:06 6:10:00 6:05:10 48.13
leysrunner Unaffiliated 3:21:25 3:24:08 3:35:00 3:26:15 67.02
LucyG Compton Harriers RC 3:15:31 3:24:12
MartinCunningham Southern Counties Veterans AC, Petts Wood Runners 3:09:49 3:28:24 3:35:00 3:28:24 64.61
Milf De Filer Unaffiliated 3:41:18 3:58:08 4:20:00 4:55:00 42.35
moore06 Unaffiliated 3:55:56 4:03:46 4:27:08 52.21
morgan523 Unaffiliated 3:43:03 3:43:03 3:43:03 56.24
MrLemon10 The Darkside Running Club 3:39:59
Mstoke Bexhill Runners, Bexhill Runners and Triathletes 3:46:06 3:48:33 3:48:33 65.11
Naomi P Unaffiliated 3:28:37 3:55:33 4:30:00 4:10:34 54.05
Neil E Dunnin Almost Athletes 3:57:45 4:34:26 4:34:26 48.65
ogee 100 Marathon Club, South London Harriers 3:10:24 3:37:00 4:11:00 51.00
par Cove Joggers 3:43:46 3:43:46 3:59:59 3:48:32 62.14
paul a 100 Marathon Club 3:01:26 3:02:11 3:20:00 3:06:00 69.39
PEARLY Wadhurst Runners 4:34:18 4:34:18 5:12:14 45.07
PlodderK Wadhurst Runners 2:54:35 3:38:49 3:36:30 3:50:28 67.80
plodding hippo 100 Marathon Club 4:16:46 4:19:48 4:34:30 53.44
PSC Pirate Ship Of Fools 4:07:59 4:07:59 5:00:00 4:07:59 53.83
Ricardo Unaffiliated 3:14:05 3:34:00 3:45:00 3:34:00 58.90
Rock Steady Seaford Striders RC 5:03:00 5:03:02 5:00:00 5:17:00 44.80
Runna Gravesend Road Runners & AC 2:58:07 3:04:04 3:04:04 75.99
Runningmachine Wadhurst Runners 3:22:53 3:22:53 3:35:00 3:45:24 64.78
Shadow 100 Marathon Club, Cybi Striders 3:58:17 4:20:38 3:50:00 4:20:38 59.82
sharmanian 100 Marathon Club, Serpentine RC 2:32:40 2:42:27 2:59:00 2:53:59 71.81
Shortstop:o) Unaffiliated 4:22:57 4:22:57 4:30:00 4:22:57 52.24
Silver Strider Bexhill Runners and Triathletes 3:12:30 3:27:37 3:45:00 3:27:37 61.15
Slow Duck 100 Marathon Club, Dorking & Mole Valley AC 3:15:53 3:44:49 4:20:00 4:29:14 48.34
Smokin' Chi Monk Unaffiliated 3:58:24 3:58:24 4:30:00 4:19:13 48.63
Southcoastpete Unaffiliated 4:33:30 4:33:30 4:47:30 44.16
SteveX Striders of Croydon AC 3:29:49 3:35:13 3:35:13 64.23
Tango (Adam) Notfast Running Club, Votwo/USN 2:37:00 2:52:34 3:40:00 2:55:48 71.39
ThunderRoad Woodbridge Shufflers RRC 3:08:25 3:35:15 3:35:15 63.10
Tia Lonely Goat RC 3:55:29 4:04:36 4:15:00 4:06:15 55.54
Tonicwater Elmbridge Road Runners, Serpentine RC 3:45:27 3:55:47 3:45:00 4:07:18 52.62
touche turtle Hailsham Harriers 3:40:20 3:55:35 3:55:35 59.83
tsubo 00 Purbeck Runners 3:49:21 3:49:21 3:55:00 3:49:21 54.69
Ultra Kanga Kazzaaaaah!! 100 Marathon Club 4:06:30 4:24:22
ultrabaldy Unaffiliated 3:34:52 3:34:52 3:55:00 3:34:52 58.67
UltraCas Unaffiliated 4:59:00 5:11:00 5:11:00 43.82
Wiggins Unaffiliated 2:53:25 3:12:08 3:30:00 3:12:08 65.02
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plodding hippo
Tough course but my fourth fastest marathon
Runna
A really special race. Support from marshals and spectators was amazing and organisation brilliant, also the weather was almost perfect just a bit cold. Special thanks to all at fetchpoint, you didn't know I was a fetchie but really cheered me on, thanks. I'm really pleased and surprised with my run, felt great. Had planned on taking it easy and did til about 1/2 way in 1.35 but was running with another female and my competitive instincts took over and I pushed on and finally got away from her in the last few miles.
Jogging Jon
Best time since June and it was so cold (note to self, do not run December marathons in just Fetch shirt and shorts). Great to see so many fetchies and good support from the fetchpoint. Thanks guys
LucyG
Can't do this now - will just have to wait another 100 years!
Alan
Really enjoyable race, great way to finish the year.
Bosun Tony
Long way from Aberdeen, but really fancied this one. UPDATE: 3:26:38 very happy with my time on a tough course. Well organised and great support at fetchpoint
Shortstop:o)
Awesome!
Shadow
Long way from North Wales, but thought I could tie it in with a trip to my parents down South!!!
paul a
Was only doing this as a long training run so pleased with a decent time. Special race with excellent organization, shame it won't be a regular on the marathon calendar. Thanks to the Fetchpoint team, hope you have stopped shivering.
Bottom Trotter
cold and the beach section a few miles from finish was a mission and done my right ankle in agian
Foxy
ran with paul watts & i took him out too quickly which he paid for - my mistake :(
Kevski
Bloody amazing! The hard work paid off and I knocked off 6 and a half minutes off my PB in the cold and wind on a tough very hilly course. Managed 23rd place in a time of 3:hrs 1 minute and 6 secs. Met so many great Fetchies and my first experience of the Fetch point was amazing. So, so happy.
KKKKKarl
Going for PB at this race. Had an good, average time London and up for this. Profile not too hilly on the last 10 miles. Downhill all the way !
MartinCunningham
Absolutely delighted to get under the 3:30 ... thanks to some grim determination along the seafront, along the beach and the final yards down the ramp, under the road and into the shopping centre... last six miles were very tough and my legs were hurting ... but its a great feeling now.... I threw the race strategy out in the first mile as I was feeling great and went for it... so that's why the final few miles hurt so much. Doh!
Tia
Gonna just enjoy this and NOT attempt to 'race' this, :-)
SteveX
Nice race didnt take too seriously. Dressed up in 1900s gear but not too far off a PB.
Naomi P
Hoping the weather stays fine for this and that the legs hold out, one week after the 30 mile Doyen of the Downs... *UPDATE* Very very hilly (for me) and cold again but I enjoyed this, felt pretty strong throughout. Decent route, if you don't mind lots of running on pavements, and well organised, the marshals were great. Nice horsebrass as a memento too. Pleased with the time as I wasn't racing it by any means, must be getting a bit fitter.
dovetail
Really enjoyed this race. the weather was perfect for running and there was a great atmosphere among the runners and supporters all along the route. Very pleased to beat my predicted time! Thanks for the jaffa cakes.
leysrunner
This should be fun.
DaveH
Should be fun. Looking forward to a nice 35mph Easterly in the last 5M. - UPDATE - Well that was a lot of fun. Went off slowly looking for a 3:30 jog, realised I was doing a 3:15 and got to halfway in something like 1:32 although I couldn't tell you as my effing Garmin was having a fit about "too many laps" and beeping like a Sash record. 6 weeks training and Saturday hockey caught up with me at 20 and from there it was a case of holding on for a nice and completely unexpected PB.
Milf De Filer
Davids wheels fell off!
PSC
ITB Pain from mile 11ish, but what a terrific race! PB as predicted. Started way to fast - first half well below sub 2 then started to slow down - see training log for a good view of an astonishing positive split ;-) Still, I'm very pleased.
par
I couldn't wait another 100 years!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The beach made it very different :)
DPowles
Finished 127th
Fast Eddie
Absolutely ghastly race - much tougher than FLM.
UltraCas
No training, no taper, no carb loading....wooohoooo loved it!
Ricardo
Entered folowing Luton cancellation. Hills were a killer, but good result for me :)
CheekyP
Ist Marathon D&D , loved it! Well Hooked.
Rock Steady
Did not train for this run due to hip injury but wanted to so I run it anyway
Silver Strider
A bitterly cold day and one full of nervous anticipation. A complete desire to do myself justice but woefully worried of coming up short. Under prepared, overtrained and under the weather health wise. Very little substance based pre race stratergy. Damn good tunes on the Ipod tho!! Emotions got the best of me several times. Was sooooooooh in the zone ran straight past my children supporting me - never saw them, regretted it ever since. Not many supporters out that day. Blown away by time. In hind site running 28 miles 2 weeks before was not my best move, running hard on a chest infection - nothing short of foolish, set off way too fast.

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For useful updates, lift shares, cancellations etc:
  • On 5th Dec 2008 at 4:37pm, Kevski wrote: Faster, stronger, better than Berlin now. I'm gunnning for a PB. Climb first 3 miles, downhill last 10. Good luck all.
  • On 14th Dec 2008 at 6:55pm, Neil E Dunnin wrote: Loved it - bloomin freezin but a +ve split by 14mins. Felt great
  • On 14th Dec 2008 at 7:45pm, ThunderRoad wrote: Pavements were hard work, hill at 22m a killer and that rough terrain a nightmare. But weather was on our side. Huge noshows of 40% must hv bn v disappointing for organiser.

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