2017 Results

2017 Results

February

  • KFL – Fowlmead, Sholden, Deal – 19th February 2017

    Senior Race
    Ov Pos Lg Pos Runner Time Rating
    34 34 Stephen Roberts 33:17 79.38
    92 82 James Graves 37:22 49.38
    139 116 Paul Graves 40:35 28.12
    205 58 Malissa Ferns 47:46 14.93
  • Tunbridge Wells Half Marathon – 19th February 2017

    Full results are available at: http://nice-work.us15.list-manage.com/track/click?u=6aa7ad6e226fdf1e4843099f7&id=e7449e09e3&e=9cfeedfae5
    Pos Time Chip Time Name Age Group Age-Grade (WMA 2015)  Standard Comment
    13 01:17:17 01:17:13 Colin Tricker M 76.00 Gold 3
    34 01:22:29 01:22:27 Maria Heslop F45 88.86 Platinum 2 1st female and 1st F45
    42 01:23:49 01:23:49 Steven Chalklen M 69.68 Gold 1
    54 01:26:40 01:26:40 Tina Oldershaw F45 84.54 Platinum 1 3rd female and 2nd F45
    100 01:28:57 01:28:47 Clive Gigney M 66.28 Gold 1
    138 01:32:20 01:32:07 David Sampson M50 74.62 Gold 2
    159 01:33:23 01:33:23 Emma Hollands F35 74.44 Gold 2
    176 01:34:17 01:33:59 Elise Rendall F35 71.34 Gold 2
    348 01:41:19 01:40:37 Sam Parrett M 58.72 Silver 2
    413 01:43:49 01:43:49 Stephen Sutton M40 60.15 Silver 3
    551 01:47:41 01:47:00 Ian Sutherland M40 56.93 Silver 2
    565 01:48:13 01:47:56 Nicholas Brown M40 58.33 Silver 2
    730 01:53:03 01:52:10 Jane Dew F45 63.85 Silver 3
    960 01:59:39 01:57:48 Vanessa Hollamby F55 65.90 Gold 1
    1092 02:05:19 02:03:12 Vanessa Markham F35 55.11 Silver 2
    1147 02:07:56 02:06:04 Diana Tilston F35 54.26 Silver 1
    1411 02:24:56 02:22:59 Paul Nightingale M40 42.95 Bronze 2
    Maria, Tina and Emma were the first Women's team home.
  • Southern Counties Veterans Indoor Championships, Lee Valley Arena, Picketts Lock – 19th February 2017

    Event Name Age Category Time/Distance Position Comment
    60m Mark Woods M55 8.41 3 SCVAC Bronze
    200m Mark Woods M55 26.63 2 SCVAC Silver
    200m Sue James W65 42.42 2 SCVAC Silver
    800m Sue James W65 3:34.58 1 SCVAC Gold
    800m Alan Newman M60 2:47.94 2 SCVAC Silver
    3000m Alan Newman M60 11:49.71 2 SCVAC Silver
    3000m walk Malcolm Martin M60 16:23.64 1 SCVAC Gold
    3000m walk Angela Martin  W50 20:17.34 1 SCVAC Gold
  • Kent Cross Country League, Footscray Meadows Sidcup – 11th February 2017

    Full results are available at: http://www.kcaa.org.uk/kent%20league%20results.htm
    Senior Men
    Pos Name Time Comment
    84 Alan Newman 38:30 2nd M60
    League Overall: (370 competed - 4 races to count)
    Pos Name Comment
    185 Alan Newman (14th M60) 2 races completed
    282 Martin Taylor (M45) 1 race completed
     Senior Women
    Pos Name Time Comment
    3 Maria Heslop 17:38 1st F45
    5 Tina Oldershaw 18:44 2nd F45
    15 Elise Rendall 19:18 3rd F35
    65 Sue James 24:22 1st F65
    Teams (3-to-score): 1st Blackheath & Bromley Harriers 15pts; 2nd Paddock Wood AC 23pts; 3rd Tonbridge AC 36pts.
    League Overall: (223 competed - 4 races to count)
    Pos Name Comment
    1 Maria Heslop (1st W45) 4 races completed
    3 Tina Oldershaw (2nd W45) 4 races completed
    7 Elise Rendall (2nd W35) 4 races completed
    38 Claire Day (8th W35) 3 races completed
    119 Sue James (1st W65) 2 races completed
    153 Sarah Shepheard 1 race completed
    Teams (3-to-score): 1st Paddock Wood AC 66pts; 2nd Blackheath & Bromley Harriers 65pts; 3rd Tonbridge AC 60pts.
  • PWAC Monthly Mile Time Trial – February 2017

    Paddock Wood Athletic Club Monthly Mile Time Trial (Feb) 2017
    Name Age Feb Time Age Grade Standard
    Clive Gidney 36 5.32 68.92% G1
    David Sampson 56 5.35 79.83% G3
    Sam Parrett 36 5.57 64.09% S3
    Nicholas Smith 42 5.58 66.79% G1
    Darren Hendley 39 6.12 62.85% S3
    Ian Sutherland 42 6.13 64.10% S3
    Steve Sutton 47 6.29 63.88% S3
    Steve Large 46 6.31 63.06% S3
    Paul Graves 50 6.59 60.74% S3
    Diana Tilston 42 8.07 55.72% S2
    Richard Elliott 62 8.19 56.45% S2
    Sue Chivers 59 8.47 63.82% S3
    Penny Roberts 69 9.01 72.86% G2
    February saw only 14 PWAC athlete’s brave very wet and windy conditions to run the mile time trial. Far from ideal weather conditions to run a good time but despite that there were some excellent runs and times on the night. First home on the night was new club member Clive Gigney in a very respectable 5.32.6., Clive was chased down the home straight by the machine that is know as David Sampson, David finished in 5.35.2 next home was Sam Parrett, Sam was timed at 5.57.4. Darren Hendley a time trial first timer completed the top four home with a time of 6.12.1. First lady home and one of only 3 women running on the night was Dianne Tilston in a time of 8.07.8. Sadly on the night Daniel Grimwood had to pull up injured after 2 laps, nothing to serious I’m glad to say. Once the results were age graded 4 runners produced impressive Gold Standard runs. Coming out on top on the night and showing that age is not a barrier was David Sampson with a Gold Standard 3 run and Penny Roberts a Gold Standard 2 run. A big thank must go to Miriam Dorrity and John Tilston for braving the elements to look after the time keeping and track judging duties and Keeley Hoad for coming along and videoing the trial. The results have been age-graded by John Tolhurst (thank you John) using the latest World Masters Association 2015 tables:  http://www.howardgrubb.co.uk/athletics/wmalookup15.html You can use your mile time to get an approximate 10k time by multiplying your time by 7.2.
  • Fulfords 5 mile – 5th February 2017

    Full results are available at: http://www.exmouth-harriers.co.uk/Results/Fulfords%205/F5%202017/rptResult.html
    Pos Time Name Age Group Age-Grade (WMA 2015)  Standard Comment
    50 33:38 Des White M60 79.34 Gold 3 1stM60
    133 40:11 Alison White F60 77.73 Gold 3 2nd F60
  • Cancer Research UK London Winter Run 10k – 5th February 2017

    Full results are available at: http://www.londonwinterrun.co.uk/
    Pos Time Chip Time Name Age Group Age-Grade (WMA 2015)  Standard Comment
    3438 55:34  53:42 Sue James F65 77.77 Gold 3 1st F65
    3439 55:34 53:42 Alan Newman M60 63.84 Silver 3 21st M60
    1:03:05 1:00:46 Josh Parrett 44.87 Bronze 2
    1:03:10 1:00:52 Jared Sutherland 44.28 Bronze 2
    1:04:35 1:02:16 Ian Sutherland 45.21 Bronze 3
    1:04:35 1:02:17 Sam Parret 43.67 Bronze 2
    1:04:35 1:02:17 Diana Tilston 59.42 Silver 2
  • KFL – Rough Common, Canterbury – 5th February 2017

    Senior Race
    Ov Pos Lg Pos Runner Time Rating
    42 1 Sarah Shepherd 34:41 100.00
    46 45 David Sampson 34:55 79.44
    57 55 Stephen Roberts 35:41 74.77
    75 72 Peter Buckingham 36:33 66.82
    88 5 Emma Hollands 37:37 94.94
    111 102 Kim Stanley 38:47 52.80
    115 105 Steve Sutton 39:02 51.40
    121 109 Nicholas Brown 39:17 49.53
    144 120 Paul Mace 40:33 44.39
    155 130 Simon Poole 40:58 39.72
    178 32 Fiona Buckingham 42:59 60.76
    179 147 Paul Graves 43:00 31.78
    192 35 Vanessa Hollamby 43:38 56.96
    219 47 Shirley Exall 45:53 41.77
    244 56 Malissa Ferns 48:24 30.38
    257 66 Annie Ross 50:29 17.72
    Junior Races
    Under 11 Girls
    Race Position Race Number Name Club Time
    1 52 Millie Dack Deal Tri 14:24
    2 56 Ella Baker Sevenoaks AC 14:34
    3 42 Abi Uzairi Deal Tri 14:42
    4 31 Molly Brown Paddock Wood AC 15:41
    5 60 Ferne Pierce Deal Tri 15:43
    6 58 Tabitrha Elcoch-Haskins Sevenoaks AC 16:59
    7 35 Hannah Galligan Sevenoaks AC 17:18
    8 108 Evie Brenton Canterbury Harriers 18:17
    9 13 Emily Rose Luckman Swanley & District AC 18:39
    10 90 Scarlett Hewitt Swanley & District AC 19:19
    11 113 Isabella Sapp Sittingbourne Striders 20:59
    12 41 Ani Dexter Swanley & District AC 23:00
    Under 11 Boys
    1 67 Liam James O'Neil Paddock Wood AC 11:50
    2 51 Alex Dack Deal Tri 11:52
    3 19 Ollie Armes Sevenoaks AC 12:22
    4 18 Verna Krynauw Sevenoaks AC 12:24
    5 61 Adam Whitlock Deal Tri 13:13
    6 75 Callum Hickman Deal Tri 13:28
    7 83 Harrison Brooks Dartford Harriers 13:29
    8 48 Tom Blunt Canterbury Harriers 13:55
    9 4 Max Watson Deal Tri 14:43
    10 59 Maxwell Haslam New Eltham Joggers 15:16
    11 76 Ethan Hickman Deal Tri 15:25
    12 98 Finlay Thomas Cunnigham Thanet Roadrunners AC 15:40
    13 81 Ed Hammond Deal Tri 15:44
    14 78 Oliver Markham Paddock Wood AC 16:00
    15 64 Skye Harry Keeley Deal Tri 17:04
    16 105 Harvey Peters Deal Tri 17:23
    17 55 Dylan Arthur Holmes Paddock Wood AC 17:50
    18 17 Joshua John Luckman Swanley & District AC 19:23
    19 107 William Brenton Canterbury Harriers 19:39
    20 112 Alexander Sapp Sittingbourne Striders 20:32
    21 65 Samual Valenti Sittingbourne Striders 21:06
    Under 14 Girls
    1 87 Jenny Swandale Rhanet Roadrunners AC 12:02
    2 36 Julia Sackville-West Sevenoaks AC 13:44
    3 54 Rebekah-Eve Goodhand Deal Tri 14:38
    4 10 Annabel Arnold Swanley & District AC 15:05
    5 101 Emma Blackmore Deal Tri 16:05
    6 11 Elizabeth Hunt Swanley & District AC 16:10
    7 12 Libby Denyse Luckman Swanley & District AC 18:30
    8 110 Jessica Hickman Deal Tri 20:35
    9 91 Molly Hewitt Swanley & District AC 28:30
    Under 14 Boys
    1 69 Samuel King Deal Tri 11:07
    2 63 Oliver Burgess Dartford Harriers 11:48
    3 50 Harry Ives Dartford Harriers 11:55
    4 85 Dylan Leach Thanet Roadrunners ac 12:21
    5 24 Harvey Taylor Sevenoaks AC 14:10
    6 14 Ben Howe Swanley & District AC 16:17
    7 104 Cameron Peters Deal Tri 27:31
    Uner 17 Girls
    1 73 Claudia Bates Dartford Harriers 13:51
    2 6 Rebecca Hales Thanet Roadrunners AC 14:31
    Under 17 Boys
    1 88 Henry Swandalw Thanet Roadrunners AC 11:03
    2 106 Benjamin Patrick McNally Dartford Harriers 11:41
    3 49 Mathew Boucher Deal Tri 12:02
    4 103 Morgan Peters Deal Tri 15:21
  • Ashford & District 10k – 5th February 2017

    Full results are available at: http://niceworkevents.blogspot.co.uk/2017/02/sunday-5th-february-2017-girlings.html
    Pos Time Chip Time Name Age Group Age-Grade (WMA 2015)  Standard Comment
    13 00:37:01 00:37:01 Maria Heslop F45 91.49 Platinum 3 1st female and 1st F45
    261 00:53:39 00:53:27 Chloe Keen F45 60.52 Silver 3
    312 00:55:33 00:52:12 David Cogle M 51.50 Silver 1
    433 01:03:09 01:02:39 John Markham M45 46.02 Bronze 3
  • Carl Sheldon: A Tribute by Alan Newman

    Carl Sheldon's funeral on 12th January 2017 was well supported by his club, Paddock Wood AC, but many newer members will be unaware of this fine veteran sprinter's athletics achievements. Club coach, Alan Newman, has been given a wonderful photo of Carl representing GB Masters in the World Masters Championships in Riccione, Italy in September, 2007. Carl was everything a coach would wish for in an athlete. He trained hard but intelligently, expertly maximising his potential. He understood that having come into a tough sport at a later age he had to train smart to compete at the highest level but there was nothing that would stop him from testing himself against the best in the world. Highlights from Carl's short but successful international career were the World Championships at Riccione in 2007 and Indoor World Championships at Clermont-Ferrand, France in 2008. He also competed in the European Veterans Stadia Championships at Ljubjana, Slovakia in 2008. Carl was ranked in the top ten nationally at his peak and his best positions were sixth at 60m and 100m and indoor 200m in 2008. His personal bests (aged 65 plus) were 9.05 for 60m indoors; 14.18 for 100m and 29.91 for 200m in 2008. He also recorded 73.07 for 400m in 2007. All these results were achieved in national or international events and are club records. Less well known records owned by Carl are a share of the M55 high jump (1.20m) with Brian Belton and the M60 pole vault best (1.50m) – he was particularly proud of the latter mark! Carl enjoyed nothing more than competing in GB M65 sprint relay teams and he won a World Championship silver medal at Clermont-Ferrand in the 4x200m (1:59.54) and European silver in the 4x400m (4:42.66) and bronze in the 4x100m (55.56) at Ljubjana in 2008. I will remember Carl as a dedicated athlete who prepared meticulously for major championships, with the knack of bringing his best performances out when it mattered most. I will also remember his Indiana Jones dress sense, Sean Connery looks and ironic humour in any circumstances. He was extremely sociable and great company whether at an athletics match, club function or any excuse to simply enjoy life. Club members should look at the attached photo and see an athlete in his prime, exhibiting great style and determination plus pride in carrying the national colours in the heat of competition. Thanks Carl, it was a pleasure to know you and to share some of those special moments at home and abroad. Alan Newman
    Photo provided by Tom Phillips. View more Masters Athletics, mountain scene and river view photos at http://www.tomphillipsphotos.co.uk/
         

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