Guernsey Race Walking : Sarnia Walking Club

November 10, 2013

15 kms and 3 kms road walks

StuartSunday November 10th 2013
Sarnia Walking Club
Road walks
Les Amarreurs,  Vale, Guernsey
Stuart Le Noury (left) and Rob Elliott were the winners of the two races on offer, with Stuart walking 87.16 for 15 kms and Elliott 18.01 for 3 kms. With all walkers starting together Le Noury was content with a slow start with Phil Lockwood before moving away after around 3 laps of the 1.5 kilometres course. He passed half way in 43.20 and the ten kilometres point in 57.28 before cruising to the win. Lockwood finished five minutes behind at the finish, with a ten kilometres split of 61.33.
The consistant Jayne Le Noury was the only other finisher in 1.50.30.
In his first race for a good few months Elliott won the 3 kilometres event ahead of Kevin Le Noury and Peter Beckerleg. Kevin outsprinted Peter who finished in twenty minutes dead in windy conditions, not far off his best time set recently. Mick Le Sauvage was fourth man home.
Leading woman was Rose Druckes in 22.26 ahead of Joanne Le Prevost in 24.18.
The next walk is on Sunday November 17th over 3,000 metres.Start time is 9.30 am at Footes Lane.The event is race three in the Bob Wright Handicap Series. Details from Jayne Le Noury
  15 kms road    
1 Stuart Le Noury 1.27.16
2 Phil Lockwood M40 1.32.17
3 Jayne Le Noury W50 1.50.30
  3 kms road    
1 Rob Elliott M50 18.01
2 Kevin Le Noury M55 19.59
3 Peter Beckerleg M55 20.00
4 Mick Le Sauvage M70 20.44
5 Rose Druckes W65 22.26
6 Joanne Le Prevost W40 24.18

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