Tuesday, 26 April 2005

Sunday's Majura Handicap Results

Posted by speedygeoff on Tuesday, April 26, 2005 with 1 comment
The official results are available on the actvac website, although they may not stay there permanently. They will also appear in Vetrunner next month. But I thought I would copy the "important" names and keep them on this website.
There is an interesting new data item in the official results, a field "Corr Rt". This field is a km rate corrected for the degree of difficulty of the course.
In the results below, I have deleted a few of the columns, and the non-Team Moore rows.

Tony was first eligible and won the Thomas; Angelo although not eligible was first across the line in the Frylink.

THOMAS 10k
Place FirstName LastName GpActual Start NetTime
4 Tony Booth 19 20:00 46:36
6 Cathy Newman 13 15:00 55:26
8 Helen Larmour 23 23:20 47:48
9 Graeme Small 18 19:10 52:36
15 Alice Scott 6 08:20 1:03:58
24 Christopher Lang 20 20:50 52:11
28 Mary Ann Busteed 23 23:20 49:54
30 Rod Lynch 38 32:55 40:26
34 Alan Duus 23 23:20 50:10
37 Geoff Moore 30 29:10 44:43
39 Peter Hogan 24 24:10 49:51
40 Bill Leyden 26 25:50 48:23
41 Diana Schneider 18 19:10 55:06
43 Kent Williams 38 32:55 41:27
45 Lynn Williams 8 10:50 1:03:36
46 Colin Farlow 38 32:55 41:31
49 John Alcock 24 24:10 50:24
57 Margaret McSpadden 13 15:00 59:58
66 Charmaine Knobel 22 22:30 53:44
68 Geoff Barker 22 22:30 53:48

FRYLINK 5k
Place FirstName LastName GpActual Start NetTime
1 Angelo Cataldo 19 12:30 27:04
9 Katie Forestier 35 19:10 22:47
10 Marian Blake 23 14:10 27:48
11 Ellen Lloyd 29 16:40 25:19
14 Cathy Montalto 33 18:20 23:58
23 Sarah Pau 30 17:05 25:47
26 Consie Larmour 16 11:15 31:47
29 Vicki Matthews 23 14:10 29:12
34 Kevin Matthews 31 17:30 26:14
35 Neil Boden 35 19:10 24:35
42 Kerry Boden 24 14:35 29:29
43 Maureen Rossiter 24 14:35 29:31
45 Francis Harris 21 13:20 31:29
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1 comment:

  1. The results on the actvac website have now been updated with more information, including actual rate, and new start group. The new look results are raising considerable interest. Congratulations to the Handicap Subcommittee on a job well done.

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