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New Forest Half Marathon

Sun September 25 2011 Listed by Mykey
31 Entrants Club PB SB Pred Time WAVA
am001 Unaffiliated 1:59:37 2:09:10 1:58:00 2:09:10 47.55
ATOM. Pirate Ship Of Fools, Zoom Tri Club 1:42:11 0.00
Dan85 Unaffiliated 1:25:11 1:25:11 1:25:11 68.54
Davo Unaffiliated 1:37:39 1:43:11 1:54:10 52.27
Didds Bexhill Runners 1:40:56 1:40:56 1:48:00 1:40:56 61.86
Dis Unaffiliated 2:16:27 2:16:27 2:16:27 48.44
DPowles Portsmouth Joggers Club 1:28:03 1:31:28 1:34:40 63.03
Falky Egdon Heath Harriers 1:37:12 1:38:45 1:40:09 73.17
forest-runner Wimborne AC 1:49:54 1:52:03 1:52:03 58.15
Frase Worthing & District Harriers 1:21:47 0.00
Gobi Will be benchmarking ahead of Snowdon Marathon 

Was bad news with leg issues Unaffiliated 1:13:26 1:19:04 1:16:00 1:21:15 73.89
gwalters New Forest Runners 1:25:14 1:26:49 1:26:49 69.63
JamesRD Colchester Harriers AC 1:44:08 1:44:11 0.00
K8 Ealing Eagles Running Club 2:04:41 2:06:39 2:06:39 52.18
Karlsp tough race Hungerford Hares 1:32:59 1:36:55 1:40:06 60.86
Livia37 Unaffiliated 2:09:00 2:09:00 2:09:00 0.00
marky444 Poole Runners 1:52:58 1:52:58 0.00
MarkyJ Chichester Runners & AC 1:31:14 1:35:15 1:38:00 1:36:56 60.53
Mikeinsussex Disappointed that it was all on tarmac. A few nasy small hills but nothing to write home about. The support wa very good. Chichester Runners & AC 1:34:00 1:44:53 1:44:53 58.56
Mindspace An un-seasonally warm day made this already challenging course only more so. I was annoyed with myself for ending up on the start line with a half-full bladder. Not nice running 21.1K with that low-down sloshing feeling but I just put it to the back of my mind (metaphorically rather than physiologically!) and got on with it. Plenty of hill work in training really paid off. I passed more people going up than anywhere else and found the hills relatively easy to deal with. I stuck to my race plan and felt comfortable up to 10K even though I was pushing it. Struggled a fair bit on the second half. In a perfect world I would have preferred to run a negative split to break 100 minutes. That was always going to be rather optimistic on this course though and in the end I beat last year's time by nearly eight minutes !, managed a decent final 200m sprint and racked up a good PB. Found the race as a whole tough at the time but deeply satisfying. The best part of the race was a little battle with a younger lady runner right up to 12K. Saw her at the finish and she came in 3 minutes ahead of me just under 1:40...........she ran (in my opinion) the perfect race that I quite didn't. Next time.... Unaffiliated 1:39:54 1:42:56 1:45:00 1:42:56 58.73
Mykey Chip time. Unaffiliated 1:51:59 2:01:13 2:12:00 2:01:13 49.53
Neil E Dunnin Almost Athletes 1:41:12 1:44:02 1:53:14 56.55
Pompey Paul The hills will affect the time!
01:53:11 = Garmin Time
01:53:10 = Chip Time Unaffiliated 1:45:22 1:53:10 1:59:59 1:53:10 56.59
Richard B Added as a sensible training target for September. 10K time currently 52 minutes. Longest run to date is 9 miles. Unaffiliated 1:56:23 1:56:23 1:50:00 1:56:56 50.52
strut 25 Unaffiliated 1:46:31 2:00:00 2:00:00 51.18
supersquirrel Chippenham Harriers 1:37:06 1:48:01 2:00:00 1:48:01 57.33
Swain Ran well to start but partner struggled and slowed down/walked sections New Forest Runners 1:46:40 1:51:35 2:05:00 50.37
Tabasco Pleased with my huuuge PB! I think I prefer the new course layout. Unaffiliated 1:55:28 1:55:28 1:59:00 1:55:28 56.61
TEL2 Handy Cross Runners 1:27:00 1:56:33 1:57:00 0.00
vghorne Sandhurst Joggers 2:17:11 2:40:44 2:40:44 43.45
xanbar Unaffiliated 2:06:24 2:13:55 2:20:08 50.07

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