Guernsey Race Walking : Sarnia Walking Club

June 10, 2018

10 kms road walk

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Sunday June 10th 2018

Sarnia Walking Club

Heritage Group Championships Race Five

10 kilometres road walk

Pleinmont to Grandes Rocques, Guernsey

Stuart Le Noury leads the way

With a time slower than would normally be expected, Stuart Le Noury had another easy win over 10 kilometres in the fifth race of the Heritage Group Championships. Having walked the around the island 39 miles non competitive walk the day before, he was perhaps more cautious today. Rob Elliott finished in second place, slightly quicker than in his last race, with Donna Allan taking third place overall and leading woman.

Donna was the other walker in the race having taken part in the longer event the day before. Phil Lockwood, another quicker than his last race continues to improve after suffering with injury not so long ago.

Kay Coulson, the second woman held off Mick Le Sauvage for fifth place with Dave Dorey completing the line up finishing in just over 80 minutes.

In the handicap section of the race Kay Coulson finished in first place ahead of Phil Lockwood.

1 Stuart Le Noury M 54.10

2 Rob Elliott M55 1.02.55

3 Donna Allan W40 1.04.21

4 Phil Lockwood M45 1.06.46

5 Kay Coulson W50 1.14.53

6 Mick Le Sauvage M75 1.15.09

7 Dave Dorey M70 1.20.05

Handicap: handicap) / handicap time

1 K Coulson ).00 / 1.14.53, 2 P Lockwood 9.00 / 1.15.46, 3 Mick Le Sauvage 1.00 / 1.16.09, 4 R Elliott 14.00 / 1.16.55, 5 S Le Noury  23.00 / 1.17.10, 6 D Allan 14.00 / 1.18.21, 7 D Dorey 0.00 / 1.20.05.

Club members walking in Guernseys around the island walk over 39 miles, covering cliff paths and roads on Saturday June 9th.

Kevin and Donna Allan

Stuart and Olga Le Noury

Kevin and Jayne Le Noury

Rob Elliott for SWC

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March 25, 2018

Channel Island Ceramics Chilcott Cup

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Sunday March 25th 2018

Sarnia Walking Club

Channel Island Ceramics Chilcott Cup

7 miles road walk

Albecq to North Side, Guernsey

Le Noury retains traditional Channel Island Ceramics Chilcott Cup

Stuart Le Noury, walking well within his capabilities after time out with a recent injury, retained the Channel Islands Ceramics Chilcott Cup over a distance of 7 miles. Overhauling early leader Rob Elliott around the 3 miles distance on the point to point coastal course between Albecq and North Side he moved away easily to cross the line in just under 65 minutes. 

Elliott dropped another position after 5 miles as Donna Allan, after a customary slow start, went by after passing that mark in 49.30 and moving swiftly ahead to take another two minutes out of him before the finish. Her time of 67.25 was an improvement of two minutes on her previous best time set last year when she lost out to a sprint finish to the man she had just overtaken. This time was also just over a minute slower than the Guernsey Womens record.

1 Stuart Le Noury M 1.04.58

2 Donna Allan W40 1.07.25

3 Rob Elliott M55 1.09.38

4 Phil Lockwood M45 1.14.55

5 Olga Le Noury W35 1.19.41

6 Peter Beckerleg M55 1.20.02

7 Kevin Le Noury M60 1.20.52

8 Kay Coulson W50 1.24.34 (corrected time) not 1.24.25

9 Jayne Le Noury W55 1.25.01

10 Mick Le Sauvage M75 1.28.15

March 4, 2018

Philadelphia One Mile

Sarnia Walking Club

Philadelphia Cup Team Race

1 mile handicap 

Les Amarreurs, Guernsey

Double success for Olga

Olga Le Noury walked away from the field in the clubs annual Philadelphia Cup team handicap walk held in good conditions at Les Amarreurs. Winning the handicap race by twenty three seconds she moved close to her personal best set in this event three years ago with an actual time of 10.05. Second and third places went to Wendy Wilson and Kevin Allan who set off together and only separated by a second at the finish. Both walkers setting new best times. Further down the field in eighth place was Donna Allan and another to set a new personal best time.

Fastest time of the day was Rob Elliott with 8.50.

Winners of the Philadelphia Cup were Olga Le Noury who added team success to her individual win, Donna Allan and Kevin Le Noury whose combined watch times were the quickest.

1 Olga Le Noury W35 11.00 (watch time) / 0.55 (handicap) / 10.05 (actual time)

2 Wendy Wilson W50 11.23 / 0.45 / 10.38

3 Kevin Allan M40 11.24 / 0.45 / 10.39

4 Kay Coulson W50 11.25 / 0.30 / 10.55

5= Jayne Le Noury W55 11.26 / 0.10 / 11.16

5= Kevin Le Noury M60 11.26 / 1.20 /10.06

7 Peter Beckerleg M55 11.27 / 1.10 / 10.17

8 Donna Allan W40 11.33 / 2.35 / 8.58

9 Phil Lockwood M45 11.49 / 2.20 / 9.29

10 Dave Dorey M70 11.54 / 0.00 / 11.54

11 Rob Elliott M55 12.00 / 3.10 / 8.50

12 Mick Le Sauvage M75 12.03 / 0.35 / 11.28

Team result

1 Team B: O Le Noury, D Allan, K Le Noury 33.59

2 Team D: W Wilson, K Coulson, P Lockwood 34.37

3 Team C: J Le Noury, P Beckerleg, D Dorey 34.47

4 Team A: K Allan, R Elliott, M Le Sauvage 35.27

February 18, 2018

Bob Wright 5 miles

Sarnia Walking Club

Bob Wright Handicap Series Race Seven

5 miles road walk

Lancresse to North Beach, Guernsey 

Kevin Allan wins Bob Wright Series

Kevin Allan did enough in the final race of the Bob Wright Handicap Series to depose wife Donna of the title she won last year. Kevin, in his first 5 mile race held on to the lead in the handicapped event until in sight of the finish when Donna swept past him to take the family honours in the race. They can now decide to agree that both had the race of the day.

Donna took the win in the final event in 47.23 actual time to finish 17 seconds ahead of husband Kevin whose actual time was 57.10. Almost a minute further back was Rob Elliott who recorded the fastest  time of the day with his 47.18. Starting 1.15 behind Donna he made up a small gap in the early miles before having to keep an eye on her back as her lead increased towards the end but managed to keep the gap just small enough.

With knowledge of the fastest 5 miles time set by a Guernsey woman being Jenny Elliotts 1999 time of 48.18 Donna had a target which she duly broke by 55 seconds and in doing so took two minutes off her personal best time set last year.

It was these three walker that finished in the leading positions in the final Bob Wright table, with Kevin in first place with Donna three points behind. Elliott held on to third place on count back after recording equal points with Bob Wrights daughter Jayne Le Noury.

Bob Wright final points

1 Kevin Allan 91, 2 Donna Allan 88, 3 Rob Elliott 82, 4 Jayne Le Noury 82, 5 Kevin Le Noury 81, 6 Wendy Wilson 80.5, 7 Stuart Le Noury 80, 8 Mick Le Sauvage 77, 9 Peter Beckerleg 77, 10 Dave Dorey 73, 11 Kay Coulson 72, 12 Olga Le Noury 53, 13 Phil Lockwood 48.

1 Donna Allan W40 59.53 (watch time) / 12.30 (handicap) / 47.23

2 Kevin Allan M40 1.00.10 / 3.00 / 57.10

3 Rob Elliott M55 1.01.03 / 13.45 / 47.18

4 Olga Le Noury W35 1.01.19 / 5.00 / 56.19

5 Kevin Le Noury M60 1.01.34 / 6.00 / 55.34

6 Jayne Le Noury W55 1.01.39 / 1.00 / 1.00.39

7 Wendy Wilson W50 1.02.27 / 5.00 / 57.27

8 Peter Beckerleg M55 1.03.20 / 6.00 / 57.20

9 Phil Lockwood M45 1.03.40 / 11.30 / 52.10

10 Mick Le Sauvage M75 1.06.10 / 4.00 / 1.02.10

Bob Wright Memorial Handicap Series 2017 to 2018 minus Final
Pos. Race 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 total
Date 1.10.17 8.10.17 12.11.17 26.11.17 07.01.18 28.01.18 18.02.18
Distance 5 kms 10 kms 3 kms 3 kms 5 kms 1 mile 5 miles
1 Kevin Allan 11 19 13 0 20 20 19 102 0 11 91
2 Donna Allan 19 13 17 16 11 16 20 112 11 13 88
3 Rob Elliott 10 12 18 17 12 17 18 104 10 12 82
4 Jayne Le Noury 12.5 17 16 0 16 18 15 94.5 0 12.5 82
5 Kevin Le Noury 14 14 10 19 18 10 16 101 10 10 81
6 Wendy Wilson 12.5 20 12 20 14 0 14 92.5 0 12 80.5
7 Stuart Le Noury 15 11 20 0 19 15 0 80 0 0 80
8 Mick Le Sauvage 20 16 15 15 10 0 11 87 0 10 77
9 Peter Beckerleg 17 18 14 13 15 11 13 101 11 13 77
10 Dave Dorey 18 0 19 14 9 13 0 73 0 0 73
11 Kay Coulson 16 0 11 18 13 14 0 72 0 0 72
12 Olga Le Noury 0 15 9 0 0 12 17 53 0 0 53
13 Phil Lockwood 0 0 0 0 17 19 12 48 0 0 48

February 4, 2018

Cambridge Park 3 kms

Sunday February 4th 2018

Sarnia Walking Club

3 kilometres road walk

Cambridge Park, Guernsey

Kevin Allan continues his good form

Kevin Allan continues his good form with a two minutes improvement on his previous best time for the 3 kilometres walk. Although down the field back in eighth equal place with Wendy Wilson, his performance was probably the best of the day.

A chilly morning greeted the walkers who raced over a twisty four lap course with Stuart Le Noury out on his own from the start to finish a few seconds outside of 15 minutes. Also isolated back in second place was Rob Elliott with a satisfying 16.46. Third place in the mens section went to Phil Lockwood who is slowly getting back to form after a lengthy lay off through injury last year. 

Quickest of the women was Donna Allan in 17.44 in third actual position overall, ahead of Olga Le Noury and Wendy Wilson. Wendy finishing only seconds outside of her best time. Kevin Le Noury had Peter Beckerleg in close contention for most of the race, beating him to the line by seven seconds.

Kay Coulson had a good race with her 21.41, whilst Jayne Le Noury lost out to Mick Le Sauvage by only seconds.

Dave Dorey brought up the rear after fading in the second half to cross the line in 23.32.

The next race is the final event in the Bob Wright handicap series over a distance of 5 miles. It is on February 18th at 9.30 am from Lancresse to North Beach, White Rock.

1 Stuart Le Noury M 15.02

2 Rob Elliott M55 16.46

3 Donna Allan W40 17.44

4 Phil Lockwood M45 18.39

5 Kevin Le Noury M60 20.13

6 Peter Beckerleg M55 20.20

7 Olga Le Noury W35 20.32

8= Wendy Wilson W50 20.47

8= Kevin Allan M40 20.47

10 Kay Coulson W50 21.41

11 Mick Le Sauvage M75 22.20

12 Jayne Le Noury W55 22.23

13 Dave Dorey M70 23.32

January 28, 2018

One mile track handicap

Sunday January 28th 2018

Sarnia Walking Club

Bob Wright Handicap Series Race 6

1 mile track walk

Osmond Priaulx, FootesLane, Guernsey

Another win for Kevin Allan

Kevin Allan secured his second win in the Bob Wright Handicap Series to move clear at the top of the leaderboard with one race to go.

Set off 15 seconds after the scratch walkers Jayne Le Noury and Dave Dorey, he soon bridged the gap and moved ahead, before holding on by a second at the finish line from a fast finishing Phil Lockwood.

Jayne Le Noury in third place holding off Rob Elliott by the same gap of one second. In fifth place the fastest woman on actual time was Donna Allan who improved her best time on the track by around half a minute and in doing so reduced her Guernsey age best time to 9.07. Stuart Le Noury recorded the fastest time of the day with his 7.27.

With one race to go over 5 miles next month and noting the possible discarded races to date in this 5 from 7 to score series, we have Kevin Allan clear by 3 points. Behind him there are nine walkers separated by five points, with everything to walk for in the final event.

1 Kevin Allan M40 11.14 (watch time) / 0.15 (handicap) / 10.59 (actual time)

2 Phil Lockwood M45 11.15 / 2.00 / 9.15

3 Jayne Le Noury W55 11.26 / 0.00 / 11.26

4 Rob Elliott M55 11.27 / 2.55 / 8.32

5 Donna Allan W40 11.37 / 2.30 / 9.07

6 Stuart Le Noury M 11.42 / 4.15 / 7.27

7 Kay Coulson W50 11.42 / 0.30 / 11.12

8 Dave Dorey M70 11.45 / 0.00 / 11.45

9 Olga Le Noury W35 11.52 / 1.00 / 10.52

10 Peter Beckerleg M55 11.55 / 1.30 / 10.25

11 Kevin Le Noury M60 11.56 / 1.30 / 10.26 

Rob Elliott for SWC

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January 14, 2018

Pace Judgement

Sunday January 14th 2018

Sarnia Walking Club

Pace Judgement Challenge 6 x 750 metres

Cambridge Park, Guernsey

Kay shows best judgement

Kay Coulson showed to have the best pace judgement when the Sarnia Walking Club held a 6 x 750 metres event on a lap around Cambridge Park.

With a fastest lap of 5.48 and slowest of 5.51 she managed just a three seconds difference in time. Close behind were Jayne Le Noury and Stuart Le Noury with a six seconds difference. All walkers completed each lap before times recorded and then set off again.

1 Kay Coulson 5.51 (slowest lap) / 5.48 (fastest lap) / 3 seconds (time difference)

2= Jayne Le Noury 5.53 / 5.47 / 6 seconds

2= Stuart Le Noury 4.07 / 4.01 / 6 seconds

4= Kevin Le Noury 5.05 / 4.58 / 7 seconds

4= Olga Le Noury 5.45 / 5.38 / 7 seconds

6 Peter Beckerleg 5.23 / 5.15 / 8 seconds

7= Mick Le Sauvage 5.46 / 5.36 / 10 seconds

7= Jason Le Noury 4.12 / 4.02 / 10 seconds

9 Dave Dorey 5.44 / 5.27 / 17 seconds

10 Rob Elliott 4.25 / 4.03 / 22 seconds

Full lap times

TK is timekeeper. Each walker dropping out of one lap.

F fastest lap

S slowest lap

NAME Lap 1 Lap 2 Lap 3 Lap 4 Lap 5 Lap 6 Lap 7 Time

Difference

Position
Kay Coulson 5.50 5.48 F 5.50 TK 5.48 5.48 5.51 S 3 secs 1
Jayne Le Noury TK 5.50 5.52 5.47 F 5.53 S 5.51 5.53 6 secs 2=
Stuart Le Noury 4.05 4.01 F TK 4.07 S 4.07 4.01 4.05 6 secs 2=
Kevin Le Noury 5.04 5.05 S 5.01 4.58 F TK 4.58 4.59 7 secs 4=
Olga Le Noury 5.38 F 5.40 5.44 5.45 S 5.39 TK 5.38 7 secs 4=
Peter Beckerleg 5.23 S 5.23 5.15 F 5.21 TK 5.18 5.18 8 secs 6
Mick Le Sauvage 5.36 F TK 5.46 S 5.44 5.45 5.43 5.40 10 secs 7=
Jason Le Noury 4.11 4.07 4.02 F 4.12 S 4.10 4.05 TK 10 secs 7=
Dave Dorey 5.27 F 5.37 5.42 5.40 5.44 S TK 5.37 17 secs 9
Rob Elliott 4.25 S 4.19 4.14 TK 4.11 4.10 4.03 F 22 secs 10

 

January 7, 2018

5 kms handicap

Sunday January 7th 2018

Bob Wright Handicap Series Race 5

5 kilometres road walk

North Side, Vale, Guernsey

Personal Best for race winner

Race winner Kevin Allan, set off first in the fifth race of the Bob Wright Handicap Series, crossed the line in a new personal best time of 37.52, removing around two minutes off his previous time. Over a minute behind in the handicapped race was Stuart Le Noury who only just failed to walk through the field from his position of back marker with an actual time of 26.11.

The race, held on the two lap course around Vale Castle had walkers brought to an almost standstill for some of the route, affecting some more than others. Kevin Le Noury in third seemed to deny the conditions with a good walk, holding off Phil Lockwood who was competing for the first time since August. Two women had good races with 5th placed Jayne Le Noury up on her last race and 7th placed Wendy Wilson very close to her recent personal best time. Sandwiched between these two was Peter Beckerleg.

Kay Coulson held off the faster finishing Rob Elliott and Donna Allan. Rob having made up the 45 seconds handicap on Donna making the most of the head on windy conditions which he could see was blowing Donna around. The helpful wind in the final straight enabling him to push open past Donna in the final metres. Evergreens Mick Le Sauvage and Dave Dorey bringing up the rear of a good sized local field.

After five races in the Bob Wright Series and with two to go there is still everything to walk for. With the two lowest scores disregarded we have 7 walkers separated by only four points. 

1 Kevin Allan M40 37.52 (watch time) / 0.00 (handicap) / 37.52 (actual time)

2 Stuart Le Noury M 38.56 / 12.45 / 26.11

3 Kevin Le Noury M60 39.07 / 4.15 / 34.52

4 Phil Lockwood M45 39.21 / 6.15 / 33.06

5 Jayne Le Noury W55 39.30 / 0.45 / 38.45

6 Peter Beckerleg M55 39.42 / 4.15 / 35.27

7 Wendy Wilson W50 39.58 / 3.15 / 36.43

8 Kay Coulson W50 40.06 / 2.30 / 37.36

9 Rob Elliott M55 40.14 / 9.30 / 30.44

10 Donna Allan W40 40.15 / 8.45 / 31.30

11 Mick Le Sauvage M75 40.49 / 3.15 / 37.34

12 Dave Dorey M70 43.09 / 0.45 / 42.24

November 26, 2017

Cambridge Park 3 kms

Sunday November 26th 2017

Sarnia Walking Club

Bob Wright Handicap Series Race Four

3 kilometres road walk

Cambridge Park, Guernsey 

Handicap win for Wendy Wilson

Wendy Wilson moved into third place in the Bob Wright Handicap Series after the fourth of seven races, when winning the latest race over three kilometres on the twisting 950 metres lap at Cambridge Park. Her actual time was a new personal best time of 20.45, taking nine seconds off her previous best set recently.

Second place went to Kevin Le Noury moving back into form with 20.01. A good race from Kay Coulson gave her third place from Rob Elliott who walked the fastest time of the day just outside 17 minutes. He managed to reverse the order over next to finish Donna Allan who had beaten him over 10 kilometres the week before.

Donna started 20 seconds ahead of Elliott, who made up the gap easily and moved ahead in the first lap of three. He held on to his advantage until a few hundred metres from the end when Donna made the effort to move ahead and open up a gap herself before fading in the final straight where Elliott regained his position.

MIck Le Sauvage, Dave Dorey and Peter Beckerleg, the remaining walkers all finished within 14 seconds of each other on handicap.

There is now a close race in the series with four points separating the first four walkers with Mick Le Sauvage leading Donna Allan by a point followed by Wendy Wilson and Peter Beckerleg.

1 Wendy Wilson W50 22.30 (watch time) / 1.45 (handicap) / 20.45 (actual time)

2 Kevin Le Noury M60 22.46 / 2.45 / 20.01

3 Kay Coulson W50  22.54 / 1.45 / 21.09

4 Rob Elliott M55 22.59 / 5.55 / 17.04

5 Donna Allan W40 23.02 / 5.35 / 17.27

6 Mick Le Sauvage M75 23.07 / 2.15 / 20.52

7 Dave Dorey M70 23.20 / 0.55 / 22.25

8 Peter Beckerleg 23.21 / 3.15 / 20.06

November 19, 2017

10 kms road

Sarnia Walking Club

North Side Circuit, Vale, Guernsey

Donna Allan breaks the hour barrier

Donna Allan had the walk of the day as she smashed the hour barrier for the 10 kilometres road walk held over the four lap course at North Side. With race winner Stuart Le Noury away and gone from the start it was Donna that found herself trailing Rob Elliott after one 2.5 kilometres lap with both on course to break the hour. By three kilometres she had caught Elliott and left him, with both walkers walking well up on their recent performances. 

Going through the half way point in around 29.45 for 5 kilometres, Donna had a lead of around 30 metres over Elliott and under her previous best for that distance. Looking smooth she continued to open up the gap and walking a slightly quicker second half she crossed the line in 59.21, taking almost four minutes off her time set in the corresponding race last year. 

Race winner Le Noury had crossed the line in 54.29, with Elliott, still with a shout of getting under the hour with a lap to go, faded to finish nine seconds outside but pleased to get that close again. 

Fourth place went to Kevin Le Noury just breaking 70 minutes, with the next three home Peter Beckerleg, MIck Le Sauvage and Wendy Wilson all finishing close together. Newcomer Wendy Wilson, after only a handful of races removed over 5 minutes off her previous best time with a time of 1.13.07. Jayne Le Noury walked under her target time to bring home the field in the longer race.

In the 5 kilometres walk Olga Le Noury finished first in 36.14, ahead of Kay Coulson.

10 kilometres road walk

1 Stuart Le Noury M 54.29

2 Donna Allan W40 59.21

3 Rob Elliott M55 1.00.09

4 Kevin Le Noury M60 1.09.51

5 Peter Beckerleg M55 1.12.39

6 Mick Le Sauvage M75 1.12.44

7 Wendy Wilson W50 1.13.07

8 Jayne Le Noury W55 1.17.15

5 kilometres road walk

1 Olga Le Noury W35 36.14

2 Kay Coulson W50 39.40

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