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Ian Williams aka Fetch

Andy Reading Memorial 10k

Listed by SDI
, Bicester OX25 UK
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12 Entrants Club PB SB Pred Time WAVA
Adrian Town & Country Harriers 40:34 42:33 43:00 42:33 68.82
Agent Orange Unaffiliated 43:42 45:49 45:59 45:49 62.48
AlB Unaffiliated 41:16 44:00 44:10 72.27
Gastroplodder Vegetarian Cycling & AC, VEGAN RUNNERS UK 46:00 55:32 55:32 52.33
Gogeroo RAF AC 42:13 42:13 44:00 42:13 64.34
Leeston Reading Roadrunners 49:58 49:58 53:00 53:52 49.85
libra Unaffiliated 44:02 48:37 50:30 48:37 65.10
Lorraine Running 4 Women Club 52:27 52:27 53:00 52:27 58.68
Nick Cook Unaffiliated 47:37 47:37 48:00 47:37 63.95
PhilPub Kent AC 32:46 39:39 40:00 39:39 68.82
PlodderRW Unaffiliated 46:53 46:53 48:17 62.24
Top Duffer Unaffiliated 43:29 44:23 44:23 63.07

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Got a place through someone who's pulled out!!
Coldest race of the year so far, but as soon as the race got going I warmed up nicely. A great flat course with a out and back (but a wee loop round RAF Weston On the Green bit tagged on). My left knee has been giving me problems but held out today and carried me to a new P.B
Official details are in and despite telling the organisers of the number/name change, I still came in at 10th senior lady!! not bad for a 33 yr old bloke...maybe I should run in a 30yr old east german vest from now on?
Probable clock time, took about 10s to cross the start but no exact watch time as lent Tim my digital watch to go for PB. Very cold, t-shirt and shorts, long-sleeves would prob have been OK. Paced about 4.40/ 4.45/ 4.55/ 4.55/ 4.45/ 4.45/ 4.50/ 4.50/ 4.50/ 4.45. Tim PBed!
Previous best was on a downhill course so this may be optimistic. UPDATE:- Unexpected PB, 78th out of 412.
Agent Orange
After worrying about the weather it turned out to be a perfect day for running - relatively still, sunny and crisp. Started brightly then found a nice steady pace, reaching half way in 22.46. Carried on the good work in the second half. Slowed a bit in the eighth kilometre but used this to spur me on in the last two. Managed a great finish (by my standards:-) to complete the second half in 23.03. This means I've improved by exactly 2 minutes over the last year. Met lots of nice Fetchies - Lorraine, Adrian, Gogster/Grinchster. A top way to finish the racing year. 135th place out of 412.
This is a week after Luton Marathon so who knows what time I will do but it was a great race last year.UPDATE....Happy with that...anew PB
"Haven't got a feel for this at all. Hoping to use the time to help plan/predict time for FLM"
Better than expected but no help in planning!
What a c*** award - what happened to the mugs?