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Wycombe Half Marathon

Sun July 18 2010 Listed by MellyMoo
20 Entrants Club PB SB Pred Time WAVA
AndyWooHoo Ranelagh Harriers 1:33:43 1:39:54 1:41:45 58.65
Ant1 Getting better after injury lay off. Smaller gap between here and Wokingham last year. Slow improvement Unaffiliated 1:28:49 1:34:16 1:35:29 63.80
Danesmoor Unaffiliated 1:28:39 1:39:37 1:39:37 58.62
Ex Chimney Totley AC 1:42:45 1:51:36 2:10:00 1:59:39 50.91
Footpad OK needed Immodium.... was not funny! Unaffiliated 1:47:22 1:53:55 1:55:00 2:04:02 50.34
Forest Runner This is the official time from the results that were posted at the race almost real time, but my watch and the big clock had me finishing some 13 seconds earlier, so I don't know what happened there.
Again following the slight disappointment at Dartford half last weekend, I was slightly disappointed with the result here. Last week at Dartford, the temperature was 28 degrees, but today it was a lot cooler. Also, though Wycombe is not an easy course, Dartford is definitely tougher, so I thought I might have been a bit quicker than this today. I suppose I was running on rather tired legs though, having run these two tough halves without any tapering as I am in the middle of marathon training at the moment. Bracknell Forest Runners 1:30:50 1:33:35 1:38:33 68.49
GAZGIB Bracknell Forest Runners 1:35:38 1:49:56 2:09:00 2:11:44 45.30
GD FERC 1:27:25 1:35:28 1:38:00 1:36:19 61.10
hatterfan My 30th Half Marathon 100 Marathon Club 1:39:11 1:39:26 1:53:25 52.09
Kallywag Was great to bump into Fetchies, always gives you a lift!  Found this one quite tough, and not 'downhill all the way' after the big hill, but great event all the same :-) Bude Rats 1:48:29 1:48:29 1:55:01 58.30
katief89 First half marathon - would like to do it in 2 hours - lets see how it goes! Tring RC, Clapham Chasers 1:37:06 1:54:24 2:00:00 1:54:24 57.43
Keefy Beefy Hungover training run. Did this because it passed my house and also to spur me on to pass 12M in training, which I haven't done since my last marathon. Well organised race on an unremarkable course. Worth a go if you're local - or if you like generous goody bags! Unaffiliated 1:30:00 1:50:29 1:50:29 52.85
Lieutenant Lucerne Certainly not a PB course, with one steep hill and numerous twists and turns, so fairly pleased with my time. The first hill sorted out the field. The last few miles were gradually uphill (nothing steep, but a constant climb), which reduced the pace a bit. Unaffiliated 1:25:52 1:25:52 1:28:38 72.87
MellyMoo Unaffiliated 0.00
Mr. K. Wanted 2:00:00 (9.09 / 6.6 pace). Slightly down at mile 12 so sped up a little to get under the 2hr mark. Very good event. Very nice to say hello to a number of fetchies.

Splits - 10:15, 9:44, 8:46, 8:50, 9:01, 9:11, 9:09, 9:07, 9:10, 9:29, 8:51, 8:51, 8:17, 1:00(7:09/m) - 0.14m

Cove Joggers, Windle Valley Runners 1:38:00 1:38:20 1:59:40 50.52
Norrthwestarm Unaffiliated 1:33:20 1:39:15 1:53:50 53.95
Stevie Owen Unaffiliated 1:37:38 1:44:00 1:52:16 0.00
Too Much Water 9:03 pace, 8:50 pace after the first 2 miles, 16:38 last 2 miles. Unaffiliated 1:29:00 1:58:38 1:58:38 49.21
Vincent UKnetrunner 1:42:17 1:51:33 1:56:59 54.74
Wiggins Unaffiliated 1:20:39 1:27:56 1:25:00 1:27:56 66.47

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