Guernsey Race Walking : Sarnia Walking Club

June 20, 2014

5000 metres track race


Friday June 20th 
Sarnia Walking Club
Heritage Group Championships Race 6
5,000 metres track
Osmond Priaulx, Footes Lane, Guernsey
Easy win for Jason
Jason Le Noury secured a two minutes victory over brother Stuart in the sixth race of the Heritage Championships crossing the line in 25.45. The race was held on a hot evening with slight welcome breeze, with Jason to the front throughout. Third man home was Phil Lockwood in 29.13.
Rob Elliott walked to fourth place ahead of Kevin Le Noury. Dave Dorey managed to keep Mick Le Sauvage at bay as he had a three seconds advantage at the line. Jayne Golborne won the womens race in 37.12. The next race is on Sunday June 29th on the North Side Circuit starting and finishing at Quayside. The event is the 7th Heritage Championship over a distance of 20 kms starting at 9.00 am.

Details from Jayne Le Noury
Club members were in action in last weeks Fathers Day Milk Run Half  Marathon in Guernsey. Running the event were Stuart Le Noury, Terry Bates, Kevin Le Noury and John Dedman, whilst Phil Lockwood and Dave Dorey (pictured) walked. Phil finished in 2.11.22 with Dave walking 2.42.53.
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1 Jason Le Noury M 25.44.6
2 Stuart Le Noury M 27.35.4
3 Phil Lockwood M40 29.12.3
4 Rob Elliott M55 30.41.5
5 Kevin Le Noury M55 33.41.0
6 Dave Dorey M65 35.11.9
7 Mick Le Sauvage M70 35.14.5
1 Jayne Golborne W45 37.12.0
Handicap positions with handicap added to finish time.
1 J Golborne 37.12, 2 D Dorey 38.57, 3 M Le Sauvage 39.00, 4 K Le Noury 39.26, 5 J Le Noury 40.30, 6 P Lockwood 40.58, 7 R Elliott 41.27, 8 S Le Noury 42.36.

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