Brighton MarathonListed by WineRunner52
Brighton, Brighton The City of Brighton and Hove BN1 UK
Asc 64m / Desc 56m
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|2btiny||Thanet Road Runners AC||4:50:32||4:51:48||4:51:48||52.11|
|a.k.a Billy||Dunstable RRC||3:29:33||3:29:33||3:29:33||60.15|
|brix2tri||Ipswich JAFFA RC||4:11:47||4:11:47||4:11:47||49.66|
|Brookers||MK Lakeside Runners||3:01:00||3:12:19||3:17:46||3:14:56||64.08|
|BWhelan||Bracknell Forest Runners||3:46:15||3:46:15||3:46:15||58.00|
|Cazaroo||Cambridge & Coleridge AC||3:29:46||3:31:47|
|Chrisbeachrunner||North Norfolk Beach Runners||3:33:21|
|Closer||100 Marathon Club, FERC||3:38:59||4:01:31||4:29:13||55.80|
|comahon||Thames Turbo Triathlon Club|
|dbtw||Wrekin Road Runners||3:54:00||4:13:28||4:30:00||4:17:29||48.51|
|Dips||Brighton & Hove Women's Running Club, UKnetrunner||4:14:22||4:41:23||4:29:20||4:41:23||57.57|
|Discovery Dave||Truro RC, Truro Running Club||3:56:35||4:40:52||4:43:11||44.11|
|dizzi||Dulwich Park Runners||4:01:05||4:01:05||4:01:05||58.46|
|Dowse||Birmingham Running, Athletics, & Triathlon Club (BRAT)||3:57:29||5:31:04||5:31:04||37.73|
|Enaoslm||Basingstoke & Mid Hants AC||3:02:51||3:12:54||3:30:00||3:12:54||64.82|
|firerob1||Boston & District AC||4:27:00||3:45:00|
|Forest Faerie||Thetford AC||4:10:56||4:32:52||4:32:52||54.40|
|Foxster||100 Marathon Club||3:33:20||3:56:35||4:12:21||56.27|
|gojosiego||Fairlands Valley Spartans RC|
|Grey Tornado||Lewes AC, West 4 Harriers||2:55:38||3:23:00||3:30:00||3:23:00||62.09|
|greybouy||North Herts Road Runners||5:25:06||5:53:41||5:53:41||40.52|
|Harerunner||Northampton Road Runners||4:33:00||4:33:00||4:33:00||50.09|
|HCParker||Warwick University AC||5:15:20||5:16:29||5:16:29||42.79|
|Helegant||Bedford Harriers AC, FERC||5:54:53|
|I ran sub-1:40!!!||Unaffiliated||3:39:00||3:48:40||3:48:40||54.63|
|iRunSmartPhil||Chineham Park Running Club, Zombies, Run!||4:45:06||4:45:06||5:00:00||4:45:06||47.64|
|Jay Mccardle||Tuff Fitty Triathlon Club||3:19:10||3:28:12||3:40:30||3:28:12||60.97|
|jmiles11||Seaford Striders RC||3:17:20||3:46:13||3:46:13||56.61|
|johnnyl||San Domenico RC||3:05:15||3:23:24||3:23:24||62.41|
|JonCPRC||Chineham Park Running Club||3:43:28||3:53:15||3:59:00||3:53:15||54.90|
|kink bunny||No running club||4:11:42||5:50:00||5:50:00||38.94|
|lake||Thanet Road Runners AC||3:32:04||4:14:06||3:37:00||4:14:06||49.96|
|Little Nemo||Serpentine RC||4:54:17||5:53:22||5:30:00||5:53:22||41.51|
|loopy_laura_jane||Worthing & District Harriers||4:26:35||4:26:35||4:19:00||4:26:35|
|Lottie140||Dulwich Park Runners||5:11:35||6:05:38||6:05:38||43.73|
|Lucy Claire||TeamBath AC||3:29:51||3:29:51||3:45:00||3:45:12||60.13|
|Magpie Rob||Ranelagh Harriers||3:24:17||3:56:25||3:59:59||4:05:27||52.58|
|Man||Thames Turbo Triathlon Club||3:12:57||3:12:57||3:22:00||3:12:57||65.79|
|MarkyJ||Chichester Runners & AC||3:28:49||3:49:51||3:50:00||3:49:51||54.35|
|meschee||Wells City Harriers, shapwick runners, mendip triathlon club||3:53:59||4:13:55||4:20:00||4:13:55||56.52|
|mile muncher||Thetford AC||3:52:18||4:46:30||4:46:30||53.08|
|MK hatter||Milton Keynes Lakeside Runners||3:25:18||3:49:31||3:50:26||57.43|
|MK runner||Redway Runners||3:35:52||3:44:11||3:44:11||59.03|
|Mr Woo||Striders of Croydon AC||3:25:53||3:58:50||3:15:00||3:58:50||52.36|
|Mrs Winkle||Ranelagh Harriers||3:36:03||3:44:12||4:15:00||3:55:08||59.48|
|nearly there||Ashford and District RRC||3:28:50||3:28:50||3:30:00||3:28:50||62.84|
|Nerianne||Clayton le Moors Harriers||3:49:22||4:16:25||4:16:25||55.97|
|ollie20||Arena 80 AC||4:00:00|
|paul a||100 Marathon Club||3:01:26||3:08:37||3:17:22||67.05|
|Paul Salmon||Wootton Bassett Hounds RC||3:49:20||3:49:20||3:49:20||56.74|
|paulajoanne||Braintree & District AC||5:01:33||5:01:33||5:00:00||5:01:33||46.74|
|PaulaMc||Dulwich Park Runners||4:21:03||4:27:53||4:30:00||4:27:53||54.76|
|PIN 01||Sandhurst Joggers||3:41:28||3:41:28||3:45:00||3:46:00||60.62|
|PipG||FERC, Bramley Runners||4:20:19||4:20:19||4:20:19||54.14|
|plodding hippo||100 Marathon Club||4:16:46||4:23:15||4:32:23||55.15|
|puddles||Cambridge & Coleridge AC|
|redblueeagle||East Grinstead & District AC||4:27:04||4:27:04||3:59:59||4:27:04||47.93|
|rjbutler||Ashford and District RRC||3:08:22||3:08:22||3:10:21|
|Rod the plod||Cambridge Harriers||2:47:46||3:00:27||3:00:27||69.23|
|Roobarb||Dagenham 88 Runners||5:05:00||5:12:09||5:29:32||49.80|
|runnerbean1963||Garden City Runners||3:20:05||3:39:53||3:20:00||3:39:53||61.76|
|scaff75||Portsmouth Joggers Club||3:45:00||3:30:00|
|Seagrave||Birmingham Running, Athletics, & Triathlon Club (BRAT)||3:40:48||3:53:35||3:53:35||53.48|
|SH_UK||100 Marathon Club, Swanley & District AC||3:15:06||3:32:59||3:45:00||3:39:33||58.78|
|shady||Thurrock Nomads, The T.I.T.S||4:00:03||4:00:03||3:59:07||4:00:03||55.61|
|sharla||Worthing & District Harriers||5:11:12||5:11:12||5:11:12||43.95|
|SharonD||Ranelagh Harriers, St. Mary's University College AC||4:37:15||4:37:15||4:37:15||50.45|
|Siddy||Springfield Striders RC||3:11:28||3:23:46||3:10:00||3:23:46||61.55|
|Slow Duck||100 Marathon Club, Dorking & Mole Valley AC||3:15:53||3:35:53||3:59:59||3:35:53||61.30|
|Spleen||Southville Running Club||3:40:01||3:49:51||4:00:00||3:49:51||54.35|
|Stellameister||100 Marathon Club||3:40:08||3:40:08||3:55:28||57.68|
|Steph79uk||Pontypridd (Roadents) AC||3:47:42||4:12:53||5:30:00||4:12:53||59.41|
|sue y||BRJ Run and Tri|
|Tatty Bogle||Trentham RC||4:52:21|
|Ted||Ramsey Cycling Club||3:31:51||3:48:51||3:48:51||56.86|
|The Plodder||Victory AC||4:39:17||4:55:13||4:55:13||50.89|
|The Terminator||Sospan Road Runners||3:29:04||3:48:47||3:30:00||3:48:47||55.10|
|the vicious chicken||Unaffiliated||4:52:35||5:26:53||5:34:59||40.42|
|Tiger||Epsom Oddballs RC, Reigate Priory AC||4:04:04||4:29:25||4:29:25||57.86|
|Tracey G||Harwich Runners||5:06:34||5:17:12||5:17:12||47.94|
|TZ||100 Marathon Club, Winchester & District AC||2:39:36||2:53:25||3:29:00||60.31|
|Ultra Kanga Kazzaaaaah!!||100 Marathon Club||4:06:30||4:20:42||4:59:02||51.48|
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Too bloody hot! Suffered
This is *absolutely* the last marathon I train for. If I don't make it to the start line in one piece I will be retiring.
UPDATE: Hope I'm not jinxing myself but there are less than 2 weeks to go and I'm not broken yet!
RESULT: Finished but with a PW. Retiring from marathons for at least a year.
Very pleased to have run so well in such hot conditions for April. Really enjoyed the route and the superb marshalling and support.
Ouch... owww... hobble ..... Urgh! - comments from the day after!
10/5/10 going back for a bit more PB chasing......
11/4/11 Get in! 3 minute PB and 1st sub 3.30
minus 10 minutes for Q for loo!!
walked from mile 16
This may be a bit speculative at the mo - we'll c how things progress between now (may'10) n the build up to race day, Abo to do 1st
well abo never happened and the training for this fell on it's arse so ran as a get you round. was very happy to meet up with a fellow club runner and help her to a sub 4hr PB. it was nice for once to run without that" target" pressure and be able to help someone out to hit their own milestone. bloody hot again and i do "love" the fake wall at 20 miles. despite walking form time to time i don't think i've enjoyed a marathon and smiled as much before (except maybe windermere which was mighty cool)
Didnt train for 2 months as injured. Ran/Walked it.
Felt so much better than last year. Good to run with no injury. Not as fit though. A PB was still on until hit by a dodgy tummy towards the end of the race!
3:36:39 official time 3:35:53 chip time
V hot vest and adidas climacool shorts plenty of suncream, vaseline etc. 5 gels slowed down between 20&23m then picked up again. Urine good colour no aches pains or walking!
This is now a double with London so modest time estimate
Update - toooo hot, had to conserve my energy :-))
Oh dear! This was tough!! Think I went off to quickly for the first dozen miles and didn't take into consideration the race day heat. Near enough crawled over the line at the end. Brilliant support along the way even though I was a bit oblivious to it towards the end.
Happy if the time begins with a 4!
First ever DNF!!!
Hot, but a great race for me nevertheless
Just finished Edinburgh Mara 2010 and thought that was bloody hard work, so did the sane thing and entered another marathon !
Awesome race, great course and organisation, massive pb by nearly 27 min even though was long at 26.43 what more can I say, I am a happy swerver at the min
Really pleased with time. Only ran 3 or 4 times in last 3 weeks due knackered knee. Was very warm out there!
Dead even split!
Well organised. Park and ride system was very good. Support was fantastic and gave me a real lift especially around half way mark. Very hot though for April up to 23oC. Felt good until about 17-18 miles and stated to lose form and slow down. Managed quite a pacey shuffle though to record a great pb.
This is not a PB attempt - plan to run / walk.
first ever marathon!!! 5 days before my wedding... will be hobbling down the aisle!!!
just need to transfer a place into my name.
Arrrgghhh 20 degrees in April !
First 13 mile very hilly and a very warm sunny day
Looking forward to doing this again, not sure about my time prediction, after 4.01 in 2010 hope to be under 4 so I don't have to do it again!
Update - it was just too hot! Was on target at the half way point but then decided it was more important to finish than risk having to pull out so backed off a bit... lets hope 2012 is a bit cooler!
This will be my last race in current age category, my first marathon for 7 years, and my come back to running complete with lots of the phiggles and niggles associated with basic old-age. Planning to run with PinkSparkie.
Crashed out at 14miles with asthma. Too much other stuff going on too
The hottest Marathon I've done
Fairly evenly paced though had to stop for a wee in first half; at least I wasn't dehydrated
last few miles v hard
Here goes, my first mara. Welcome to a whole new world of pain!
Actually, that was fun! Ran too fast to 16-17m, blew up a bit but still made sub-4, partly because I refused to be beaten by the bloke in the Chewbacca outfit.
Great crowd, plenty of encouragement, especially along the prom to the finish.
Came 4,038 out of 15,000 runners. Very hot day
Very tough from 15 as I'd been carrying a knee injury for last few weeks
Clif Bar Pacing Team with Saucony
it was so hot! Hottest day of the year
Ridiculous hot day, very slow start, 7 minutes to cross the line!
Was aiming to try 3:30 in London but y not!
never run a marathon but great atmosphere and nice medal. Very pleased with result.
wow that was hot. Blistered really badly too. Still managed a 12 minute PB though!
Took an hour longer than I anticipated. Long toilet queue at 10 miles but had to go.
By 18 miles I realised that I would take 6+ hours so made the most of it and enjoyed the crowds and the sunshine
Had a fab first marathon:D
Great day ... Always sunblock I didn't lobster arms .. Suffered from powerstation back to finish ..
Hot! Knee and foot now sorerer
Incredible race for me today with massive PB. Great weather, a little too hot but OK, amazing crowd support. I found this marathon very well organized with plenty of water and powerade stations and enjoyable course throughout.
Poor race - run walk from 14 miles.
Brighton Marathon 2011. Tough going. Undulating first half (organisers said flat!). Sea front tremendously hot - ended up run walk run between water stations to cool down with water all over body
First half was around 1:33. Second half (an embarrassing!) 1:50
Must have been temperature as able to jog back the two miles to hotel afterwards! Pleased with time given conditions.
Am walking today (Monday) and in better condition than after London last year so hopefully better conditioned this time round. Quads slightly stiff and calfs feel fine.
Very warm day. Set pace at 7:45 minute miles but in retrospect this was too ambitious for the conditions. Cramped up at 20 miles and didn't get my pre-match feeding right. Managed slight pb but another disappointing marathon.
A very warm but enjoyable day. Managed to run the first seventeen miles but ran out of steam later on. Calves seized up after the race and fell on my face at the pier entrance - only pride damaged! Saw a few ambulances and paramedics assisting runners today. Thankfully I was not one of their casualties.
Too damn hot to run! Hamstring cramp at 19 miles, resulted in disappointing time
Official Clif Bar Pace Maker for 3.10
Safe to say people suffered in the heat. 1.34 ish at halfway. More exact splits in my log
This was one of the best days of my life.I had trained hard and prepared well through a very cold winter for my first marathon.Then on the weekend of the race the south of England was hit by a heatwave and the temperature soared to 25 degrees.As i hadn't trained in the heat,it did slow me down a bit,and i missed out on my 5 hour target,but i finished and really enjoyed the whole experience.I can't believe it,but i am a marathon runner.
PinkSparkie 12th Apr 11, 01:48
Enthusiastic! 11th Apr 11, 07:12