Guernsey Race Walking : Sarnia Walking Club

August 8, 2008

1500 metres track walk

Filed under: 1500 metres — sarnia @ 8:35 pm

Friday August 8th 2008
 
Sarnia Walking Club
1500 metres track walk
Osmond Priaulx Playing Fields, Guernsey
 
Jason Le Noury had an easy win in the Sarnia Walking Clubs first ever 1500 metres senior track walk. He moved away from brother Stuart in the second half of the race to come home in a time of 6.45.8. This time was on par with his recent, slightly longer, effort over one mile. Stuart Le Noury took second place ten seconds behind, with Phil Lockwood taking third place in 7.10.
Jasons time surpassed that of the 1976 efforts of Mick Elliott and 17 years old Rob Elliott when they finished in first and second in 6.58.0 and 6.58.2 respectively in a GIAAC walk, held on the cinder track at Footes Lane. Thirty two years later Rob finishes fourth in 7.25. That was the last time the distance had been walked in Guernsey, although Mark Elliott put up a fast time in the mid 1980`s in another GIAAC promotion, which unfortunately was started at the wrong line.
It should be noted that Mark Elliott has recorded a 6.40.8 for the longer distance of one mile (110 metres longer, apx 25seconds).
Jason Le Noury

Jason Le Noury

 
1 Jason Le Noury M 6.45.8 (Guernsey age best U20) (unofficial Gy Record, insufficent judges)
2 Stuart Le Noury M 6.56.0
3 Phil Lockwood M35 7.10
4 Rob Elliott M45 7.25
5 Kevin Le Noury M50 9.06
6 Mick Le Sauvage M65 9.16
Rob Elliott M45, Kevin Le Noury M50 and Mick Le Sauvage M65 could also claim inaugural Age Bests!
Phil misses out to Mick Eliotts 1976 walk as a M35.  

 

 

 

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