Tuesday, 3 February 2015

Groundhog Day

Posted by speedygeoff on Tuesday, February 03, 2015 with 3 comments
Our latest speedygeese race results:

Thursday 29 January ACTVAC Track
3000m
M50 Colin Farlow 10:59.76 78.1%
M55 Ewen Thompson 13:35.44 65.4
W40 Julia Anderson 13:44.04 66.3 (PB by 36 seconds)
W65 Margaret McSpadden 17:12.08 72.8

800m
M50 Colin Farlow 2:26.57 81.4%
W40 Julia Anderson 3:08.50 64.0

10k Championship
M65 Geoff Moore 45:57.90 75.2%
M55 Roger Pilkington 46:49.09 67.6
W60 Ruth Baussmann 57:20.21 73.1
W30 Thea Zimpel 59:51.97 50.3

Friday 30 January Customs 5k
Jennifer Bright 20:26
Peter Thomson 23:08
Bron Sparkes 25:40
Bill Arthur 26:27
Caroline Campbell 31:30

Saturday 31 January 5k Ginninderra Parkrun #145
188 Helen Northey 33:29 W35
256 finishers

Saturday 31 January
5k Tuggeranong Parkrun #102
20 David Clarke 20:27 M55
27 Peter Thomson 21:03 M50
142 Ewen Thompson 28:02 M55
318 finishers
Incidentally W65 Sue Archer ran a new PB of 22.29.

Saturday 31 January 5k Gungahlin Parkrun #68
31 Nadine Morrison 22:31 W45
33 Julia Anderson 22:42 W40 New PB! (by 54 seconds)
37 Janene Kingston 23:11 W50
87 Ruth Baussmann 28:02 W60
104 Margaret McSpadden 29:41 W65
119 Brett Morrison 31:53 M45
189 finishers

Groundhog Day. We will watch that movie tonight. Again.



Does it matter who becomes Prime Minister in the next couple of days? Will it be same old same old; will the environmental vandalism party still be in charge? Or will they wake up to reality?

3 comments:

  1. It will most likely make no difference. 😢 We will probably just end up with more shoddy policies, thought up on the spot with no real sense of what the majority of Australians would like, followed by more of the back-pedalling that characterises this Government. *sigh*

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  2. It will most likely make no difference. 😢 We will probably just end up with more shoddy policies, thought up on the spot with no real sense of what the majority of Australians would like, followed by more of the back-pedalling that characterises this Government. *sigh*

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  3. It will most likely make no difference. 😢 We will probably just end up with more shoddy policies, thought up on the spot with no real sense of what the majority of Australians would like, followed by more of the back-pedalling that characterises this Government. *sigh*

    ReplyDelete