Guernsey Race Walking : Sarnia Walking Club

December 2, 2018

2 kms Pleinmont road walk

Sunday December 2nd 2018

Sarnia Walking Club

Bob Wright Handicap Series Race Four

2 kilometres road walk at Pleinmont, Guernsey.

Second win for Jayne

Jayne Le Noury led from start to finish to secure her second win in the Bob Wright Handicap Series and goes into the new year with an overall lead in the series by one point from son Stuart. Walking on the hilly out and back course at Pleinmont she crossed the line in just over 15 minutes, with Kevin Le Noury taking second place in 15.11, ahead of Rob Elliott in third.

Fastest woman on the day was fourth placed Donna Allan with an actual time of 12.01. Jayne Le Noury with 15.03 edged out late starter Kay Coulson, who had an actual time of 15.07 for second fastest. Stuart Le Nourys 9.49 was the quickest of the men.

1 Jayne Le Noury W55 15.03 (watch time) / 0.00 (handicap) / 15.03 (actual time)

2 Kevin Le Noury M60 15.11 / 2.00 / 13.11

3 Rob Elliott M55 15.15 / 4.00 /11.15

4 Donna Allan W40 15.31 / 3.30 / 12.01

5 Mick Le Sauvage M75 15.33 / 0.45 / 14.48

6 Phil Lockwood M45 15.34 / 3.00 / 12.34

7 Stuart Le Noury M 15.39 / 5.50 / 9.49

8 Peter Beckerleg M60 16.02 / 1.45 / 14.17

9 Dave Dorey M70 16.12 / 0.45 / 15.27

10 Kay Coulson W50 18.37 / 3.30 / 15.07

Rob Elliott for SWC

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May 20, 2018

Sean Pender Trophy

May 20th 2018

Sarnia Walking Club

5th annual Sean Pender Trophy

2,000 metres handicap walk 

Osmond Priaulx, Footes Lane, Guernsey

Victory and new record for Donna Allan

Falling short by five seconds of breaking the womens Guernsey best track time over 2,000 metres in last weeks Championship walk, Donna Allan made no mistake this week shattering the old best time of 11 minutes dead by 17 seconds to record 10.43. Previous record holder Jenny Elliott, as Jenny Tostevin back in 1985 still holds on to the road record of 10.42, only a second quicker.

In doing so Donna claimed victory by ten seconds in the 5th annual Sean Pender handicap walk. Second home was Phil Lockwood, walking faster than last week and ahead of third placed Wendy Wilson who walked a good 13.14 in her first 2,000 metres event.

Olga Le Noury, only a few seconds short of her best ever time, set off with Kevin Le Noury and turned the tables position wise with last weeks walk, to beat her father in law by a second.

Mick Le Sauvage held off the faster finishing Rob Elliott for 6th place, with race sponsor and visitor Sean Pender finishing in eighth place. Fastest time of the day was set by the next man home Stuart Le Noury with his 9.23, with last man home John Dedman completing the line up.

Thanks go to Sean Pender, a regular visitor to Guernsey whose trophy bears his name, who gave prizes to the leading walkers in the handicap race as well as spot prizes.

1 Donna Allan W40 14.18 (watch time) / 3.35 (handicap) / 10.43 (actual time)

2 Phil Lockwood M45 14.28 / 2.40 / 11.48

3 Wendy Wilson W50 14.34 / 1.20 / 13.14

4 Olga Le Noury W35 14.37 / 1.40 / 12.57

5 Kevin Le Noury M60 14.38 / 1.40 / 12.58

6 Mick Le Sauvage M75 14.40 / 0.35 / 14.05

7 Rob Elliott M55 14.46 / 3.45 / 11.01

8 Sean Pender M60 (Enfield & Haringey) 14.50 / 0.35 / 14.15

9 Stuart Le Noury M 14.53 / 5.30 / 9.23

10 John Dedman M45 14.57 / 0.35 / 14.22

Rob Elliott for SWC

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May 13, 2018

Championship 2,000 metres and Graham Mann Team race

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Sunday May 13th 2018

Sarnia Walking Club

Heritage Group Championships Race Three

2,000 metres track walk

Osmond Priaulx, Footes Lane, Guernsey

Stuart Le Noury in control of Heritage Championship 

Stuart Le Noury increased his lead in the Heritage Group Championships with an easy win over 2,000 metres in 9.12. Second home was leading woman Donna Allan who raced to a new personal best time of 11.04, finishing only four seconds down on the fastest time set on a track by a woman in Guernsey. Jenny Elliott walking 11.00 many years ago. Phil Lockwood finished a further minute behind, with Kevin Le Noury edging Olga Le Noury for fourth place. Mick Le Sauvage in 14.07 and Jayne Le Noury 14.43 completing the finishers. 

1 Stuart Le Noury M 9.12

2 Donna Allan W40 11.04

3 Phil Lockwood M45 12.01

4 Kevin Le Noury M60 13.26

5 Olga Le Noury W35 13.27

6 Mick Le Sauvage M75 14.07

7 Jayne Le Noury W55 14.43

Handicap Championship

1 S Le Noury (4.45) 13.57, 2 P Lockwood ((2.15) 14.16, 3 D Allan (3.15) 14.19, 4 M le Sauvage (0.30) 14.37, 5 J Le Noury (0.00) 14.43, 6 K Le Noury (1.30) 14.56, 7 O Le Noury  (1.30) 14.57.

Sunday May 6th 2018

Sarnia Walking Club

Graham Mann Team Trophy 

Les Amarreurs, Guernsey

3 kilometres handicap road walk

New best time for Wendy Wilson

Wendy Wilson had the walk of the day as she removed 44 seconds from her previous best time to help her team to success in the traditional Graham Mann trophy over 3 kilometres. Paired with Mick Le Sauvage, the two man team finished twelve seconds ahead of the second pairing of Phil Lockwood and Jayne Le Noury.

Individual success went to Dave Dorey who held on to win the race by one second from Jayne Le Noury. Last to finish was Stuart Le Noury who secured the fastest actual time of the race with his 15.06.

1 Dave Dorey M65 21.57 (watch time) / 0.30 (handicap) / 21.27 (actual time)

2 Jayne Le Noury  W55 21.58 / 0.00 / 21.58

3 Wendy Wilson W50 22.01 / 2.00 / 20.01

4 Kevin Le Noury M60 22.16 / 2.45 / 19.31

5 Mick Le Sauvage M75 22.29 / 1.15 / 21.14

6 Phil Lockwood M45 22.44 / 4.15 / 18.29

7 Stuart Le Noury M 23.06 / 8.00 / 15.06

Team result for Graham Mann trophy (watch times added)

1 Team C: M Le Sauvage and W Wilson 44.30

2 Team A: P Lockwood and J Le Noury 44.42

3 Team B: S Le Noury and D Dorey 45.03

Foot note

I (Rob Elliott) had a phone call from past member Len Duquemin recently. Len, now 87 years old is still in good health and still living in Australia. He sends his regards to those that remember him.

July 7, 2017

2000 metres track

logo-heritageFriday July 7th 2017

Sarnia Walking Club

Heritage Group Championships Race Seven

2,000 metres track walk 

Guernsey

Brothers are first and second

Stuart Le Noury eased ahead of his brother Jason in the 2,000 metres track walk held on a hot evening. Finishing a few seconds faster than in his last race at the distance he crossed the line in 9.32, over half a minute ahead of Jason who was racing for the first time for a while.

Third place went to Rob Elliott. Fastest of the women was Kay Coulson in 13.54 ahead of Jayne Le Noury.

Men

1 Stuart Le Noury M 9.32

2 Jason Le Noury (Unattached) M 10.04

3 Rob Elliott M55 11.16

4 Phil Lockwood M40 12.33

5 Kevin Le Noury M55 13.00

6 Peter Beckerleg M55 13.15

7 Mick Le Sauvage M75 13.57

8 Dave Dorey M70 14.05

Women

1 Kay Coulson W45 13.54

2 Jayne Le Noury W55 15.21

Handicap positions (watch time plus Handicap)   SWC members only

1 D Dorey (0.00) 14.05, 2= K Le Noury (1.15) 14.15, 3 P Beckerleg (1.00) 14.15, 4 S Le Noury (4.45) 14.17, 5 K Coulson (0.30) 14.24, 6 P Lockwood (2.00) 14.33, 7 R Elliott (3.20) 14.36, 8 M le Sauvage (0.45) 14.42, 9 Jayne Le Noury (0.00) 15.21.

May 14, 2017

Sean Pender 2000 metres handicap

Sunday May 14th 2017

Sarnia Walking Club

4th annual Sean Pender Trophy

2,000 metres track handicap walk

Osmond Priaulx Playing Fields, Guernsey

SAM_3401Dave leads from start to finish.

Dave Dorey (left) walked to victory in the the fourth annual Sean Pender (right) Trophy handicap race with an untroubled win. Set off first he had his best race for some time with the rest off the field unable to get near him.

Rob Elliott, second across the line, thought momentarily that the win was his as he closed in on Mick Le Sauvage and Jayne Le Noury with 100 metres to go before noticing that Dave was well ahead and metres from the finish. He finished 23 seconds behind the winner with third placed Donna Allan a few seconds behind. Donna recorded another personal best time over the distance, staying relatively close to Elliott after he had made up his 15 seconds handicap within the first lap. 

Stuart Le Noury recorded the fastest time of the day in 6th place with an actual time of 9.34. Phil Lockwood got the better of Kevin Le Noury for seventh, whilst race sponsor Sean Pender brought up the rear. Thanks go to visitor Sean Pender whose name the race is under but also supplies awards to the first three to finish and the fastest male and female walkers on the day.

1 Dave Dorey M70 14.05 (watch time) / 0.00 (handicap) / 14.05 (actual time)

2 Rob Elliott M55 14.28 / 3.30 / 10.58

3 Donna Allan W40 14.31 / 3.15 / 11.16

4 Mick Le Sauvage M75 14.34 / 1.00 / 13.34

5 Jayne Le Noury W55 14.41 / 0.15 / 14.26

6 Stuart Le Noury M 14.49 / 5.15 / 9.34

7 Phil Lockwood M40 14.57 / 2.30 / 12.27

8 Kevin Le Noury M55 15.05 / 1.45 / 13.20

9 Sean Pender (Enfield & H) M60 15.35 / 1.45 / 13.50

November 27, 2016

2 kms road walk

Sunday November 27th 2016

Sarnia Walking Club

Bob Wright Handicap Series Race Four

2 kilometres road walk 

Pleinmont, Guernsey

Lockwood takes the honours

Phil Lockwood held on to win the fourth race in the Bob Wright Handicap Series from the faster finishing Rob Elliott when he crossed the line seven seconds ahead in the 2 kilometres event. The race, held in good conditions on the undulating car free out and back course from the Imperial had the walkers working hard.

Second placed Elliott gained a few points in the final metres as he overtook Peter Beckerleg and Mick Le Sauvage. 

Fifth placed Donna Allan, not quite at the speed of her recent races still broke the Guernsey Age best time held by Julie Lawlor from many years ago with an actual time of 12.27. 

After four races Donna leads the series from Peter Beckerleg, with Stuart Le Noury in third place. The series resumes in 2017 with three more races. Olga Le Noury held off father in law Kevin Le Noury back in seventh and eighth places. Last to finish was Stuart Le Noury with his 11.11 actual time recording the fastest time of the day.

Special mention to Dave Dorey in fifth place. Club stalwart Dave, sometime during this year reached the milestone of 50 years as a competitor in race walking. He competed for Guernsey in the 1970 Commonwealth Games over 20 miles and has won the prestigious Guernsey Church to Church walk . At his best he walked a sub 7 minutes mile. His 10 miles time stood at 80.15, 20 kms at 1.42.28 and 50 kms at 4.42.10.

A profile on Dave Dorey and his achievements can be found at https://walkguernsey.wordpress.com/sportsman-champions-profiles/dave-dorey/.

The next walk is on Sunday December 11th at 9.00 am. The walk is over 815 metres up the Val des Terres hill climb. All are welcome to come and have a go. Details from Jayne Le Noury, lenouryjedburgh@cwgsy.net.

1 Phil Lockwood M40 14.28 (watch time) / 2.00 (handicap) / 12.28 (actual time)

2 Rob Elliott M55 14.35 / 3.15 / 11.20

3 Peter Beckerleg M55 14.36 / 1.00 / 13.36

4 Mick Le Sauvage M75 14.42 / 0.45 / 13.37

5 Donna Allan W40 14.57 / 2.30 / 12.27

6 Dave Dorey M65 15.00 / 0.00 / 15.00

7 Olga Le Noury W35 15.18 / 1.15 / 14.03

8 Kevin Le Noury M55 15.18 / 1.15 / 14.03

9 Stuart Le Noury M 16.11 / 5.00 / 11.11

Rob Elliott for SWC

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July 9, 2016

2000 metres track walk

Friday July 8th 2016

Sarnia Walking Club

Heritage Group Championships Race 8

2,000 metres track walk

Osmond Priaulx, Footes Lane, Guernsey

Personal Bests for leading women

Olga Sinkevica and Kay Coulson both claimed new personal best times in the Heritage Championships over 2,000 metres held in warm evening conditions. Olga had the challenge of the 5th placed man Kevin Le Noury for most of the race before pulling away on the last lap to finish in 12.54. Another good race from Kay Coulson resulted in a 21 seconds personal best time of 13.25.

Third placed woman was Jayne Le Noury who still has a slight lead in the accompanying handicapped section of the championships. Kays recent form bringing her into second place with two races remaining.

Leading man Jason Le Noury finished a few strides short of his personal best time but had a convincing win over brother Stuart who only managed to hold on to his younger brother for half of the race. His winning time was 9.04.

Rob Elliott took third place in just over 11 minutes , ahead of Phil Lockwood whose fast start came to nothing as he slowed down over the closing laps to finish in 11.59.

Peter Beckerleg in his 101st race finished only eight seconds behind Kevin Le Noury. Mick Le Sauvage finishing just behind Kay Coulson.

The next race is on Sunday July 17th from Pleinmont to Grandes Rocques, starting at 9.30 am over a distance of 10 kilometres. Details from Jayne Le Noury. lenouryjedburgh@cwgsy.net.

 

Pos Athlete Club Time
1 Jason Le Noury M Sarnia Walking Club 9.04
2 Stuart Le Noury M Sarnia Walking Club 9.48
3 Rob Elliott M55 Sarnia Walking Club 11.03
4 Phil Lockwood M40 Sarnia Walking Club 11.59
5 Olga Sinkevica W Sarnia Walking Club 12.54
6 Kevin Le Noury M55 Sarnia Walking Club 13.02
7 Peter Beckerleg M55 Sarnia Walking Club 13.10
8 Kay Coulson W45 Sarnia Walking Club 13.25
9 Mick Le Sauvage M75 Sarnia Walking Club 13.27
10 Jayne Le Noury W55 Sarnia Walking Club 14.26

Handicap result. Watch time plus handicap.

1 K Coulson (0.00 handicap) 13.25, 2 Jason Le Noury (4.35) 13.39, 3 O Sinkevica (0.50) 13.44, 4 P Beckerleg (0.35) 13.45, 5 K Le Noury (0.50) 13.52, 6 M Le Sauvage (0.35) 14.02, 7 R Elliott (3.05) 14.08, 8 Jayne Le Noury (0.00)14.16, 9 S Le Noury (4.45) 14.33, 10 P Lockwood (2.50) 14.49.

May 16, 2016

Hampshire track championship

Filed under: 2 kms, Summer Woodhead, Uncategorized — sarnia @ 7:30 pm

Guernsey Island Amateur Athletics Club walker Summer Woodhead took first place in the 2000 metres track walk for under 13 year olds at the Hampshire County Championships held on Saturday in Portsmouth. Her winning time was 12.16.7.

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May 15, 2016

Sean Pender trophy 2 kms

Sunday May 15th 2016

Sarnia Walking Club

Sean Pender Trophy

2,000 metres handicap track walk

Osmond Priaulx, Guernsey

imageJason Le Noury repeats his win

Jason Le Noury, the last but one walker to leave the start line in the Sean Pender handicap walk over 2,000 metres made light work of those in front of him as he strode to victory. As last year when he won the second edition of this event , he moved into the lead with time to spare to finish eight seconds up on Phil Lockwood.

Whilst Jason recorded the fastest actual time of the day with his 9.24, Lockwood was showing a return to form with his 11.02. In third place Rob Elliott closed slightly on Lockwood who had started thirty seconds before him to record a satisfying 10.46.

Jayne Le Noury in fourth place, just held off Marie Macdonald to finish as first woman in the race. Marie with her 13.07 actual time being the fastest woman on the day. Sean Pender, who donated the trophy, made the trip to Guernsey, finishing in sixth place just ahead of locals Kevin Le Noury and Dave Dorey. Stuart Le Noury and Olga Sinkevica, the last two to finish had been short of training after a recent holiday and were both down on their expected times.

The clubs thanks go to Sean Pender who not only donated the trophy but awarded sports vouchers to both Jason and Jayne Le Noury, as first man and first woman to finish.

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The next walk is on Sunday May 22nd at 8.30 am. The race is over 10 miles from Pleinmont to Lancresse and is the fourth race in the Heritage Championships.

Pos Athlete Club Watch Time  

Hcap

 

Actual time

1 Jason Le Noury M Sarnia Walking Club 13.24 4.00 9.24
2 Phil Lockwood M40 Sarnia Walking Club 13.32 2.30 11.02
3 Rob Elliott M55 Sarnia Walking Club 13.46 3.00 10.46
4 Jayne Le Noury W55 Sarnia Walking Club 13.51 0.00 13.51
5 Marie Macdonald W40 Sarnia Walking Club 13.52 0.45 13.07
6 Sean Pender M60 Enfield & Haringey 14.28 1.15 13.13
7 Kevin Le Noury M55 Sarnia Walking Club 14.30 1.15 13.15
8 Dave Dorey M65 Sarnia Walking Club 14.44 0.00 14.44
9 Stuart Le Noury M Sarnia Walking Club 14.47 4.30 10.17
10 Olga Sinkevica W Sarnia Walking Club 15.27 1.15 14.12

December 6, 2015

2 kms road walk

Sunday December 6th 2015

Sarnia Walking Club

Bob Wright Handicap Race 4

2 kilometres road walk

Imperial, Pleinmont, Guernsey

Personal best for winner

Olga Sinkevica took first place in the fourth race of the Bob Wright handicap series, recording a personal best time on the out and back hilly course at Pleinmont. Close behind Peter Beckerleg got the better of Kay Coulson for second place.

The backmarkers made little headway in the race with fastest walker on the day Stuart Le Noury finishing ninth in 10.34. Phil Lockwoods 11.21 beating Jason Le Nourys 11.27 for second fastest.

After four races in the seven walk series, Mick Le Sauvage leads Jayne Le Noury by one point. The series resumes again in January, whilst the next walk is the annual Hill Climb event up Le Val des Terres over 815 metres on December 13th . The event starts at 9.00 am at South Esplanade. Details from Jayne Le Noury lenouryjedburgh@cwgsy.net

1 Olga Sinkevica W (age group) 14.13 (watch time) /1.15 (handicap) / 12.58 (actual time)

2 Peter Beckerleg M55 14.17 / 1.00 / 13.17

3 Kay Coulson W45 14.19 / 0.15 / 14.04

4 Kevin Le Noury M55 14.28 / 1.30 / 12.58

5 Jayne Le Noury W55 14.32 / 0.00 / 14.32

6 Phil Lockwood M40 14.36 / 3.15 / 11.21

7 Mick Le Sauvage M75 14.42 / 1.15/ 13.27

8 Dave Dorey M65 15.06 / 0.00 / 15.06

9 Stuart Le Noury M 15.19 / 4.45 / 10.34

10 Jason Le Noury M 15.57 / 4.30 / 11.27

DNF Rob Elliott

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