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Harlow - 'East Herts and West Essex' XC

Listed by Bananaman
, Harlow CM17 UK
9 Entrants Club PB SB Pred Time WAVA
Bananaman Ware Joggers 44:39 57.57
Chris_w81 Ware Joggers 43:31 47.93
CStar Sandhurst Joggers 40:17 56.03
golfpag Ware Joggers 41:29 57.02
J.T Harlow RC 36:00 71.40
john_n Bishops Stortford RC 35:00 63.05
kiki.d Saffron Striders RC 41:45 60.74
LiamS76 Bishops Stortford RC, Walden Tri 37:07 56.63
Vicksta Harlow RC 39:35 60.49
Time is approx, I think it was actually a little under 35, but didn't have a watch so based on the finishing times of those behind me!!
12th Lady, and 3rd scorer for Harlow. Ladies came 3rd, Yay, we weren't last this time! The men won. Course was absolutely sodden with the stream at full flow and lots of standing water near the mound. Not very hilly though, which was nice. As the rain cleared during the race it was actually quite nice when the sun was out!
Winter X-country, here we go again! This race had it all mud. mud, rivers, more mud. Great race, felt strong and v.pleased with 17th place.
Very, very wet, but fun
Was far too muddy for the vibrams - was slip sliding all over the place. Good fun - tho' worst X country position for many years!
this was my first proper X Country i mean with real muddy mud although half way round i thought i cant do this my legs were like jelly i continued and finished strongly and at the finish i thought to myself well done i really enjoyed that.It was a great race against good opposition all done in the spirit of X Country
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