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CPM Thame 10k 2016
Posted by Rod Lavers – Friday 1st July.
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Summary of results.
1st Paul Fernandez Abingdon A.C. 33.36
2nd Simon Beedell Woodford Green A.C. 33.45
3rd James Bolton Woodstock Harriers A.C. 33.47
1st Jessica Webb Woodstock Harriers A.C. 36.29
2nd Louise Durman Chiltern Harriers 37.58
3rd Sophie Delderfield Vale of Aylesbury A.C. 38.05
1st Julian Richardson Oxford City A.C. 34.15
1st Tony Lock Witney Roadrunners 37.51
1st Roy Treadwell Oxford City A.C. 41.15
1st Rachel Shaw Headington Roadrunners 42.08
1st Lucy Harris Witney Roadrunners 44.49
1st Kate Williamson Eynsham Roadrunners 48.01
Mens Team Headington Roadrunners
Dan George 35.29 (7th)
Nathan Blunden 36.25 (11th)
Michael Pearce 36.58 (14th)
Kenny Lowes 38.14 (28th)
Ladies Team Headington Roadrunners
Rachel Shaw 42.08 (87th)
Charlotte Richer 42.52 (105th)
Zuzanna Pearce 44.19 (140th)
Madeleine Ding 44.34 (147th)
Corporate Team GULP
James Sherriff 42.04 (85th)
Robin Skilling 42.17 (89th)
Jason Cunningham 43.55 (126th)
Claire Perry 46.02 (177th)
1st Patrick Haynes 37.56 (24th) University of Portsmouth
1st Millie Barrow 56.11 (468th) Unattached
Thame Male Resident
1st Luke Ricketts 37.47 (22nd) Unattached
Thame Female Resident
1st Faye Sharpley 40.01 (53rd) Thame Runners
The Thame 10k. race committee sincerely hope that you enjoyed your morning with us last Sunday and the late changes with car parking and the revised orientation of the race start and finish didn’t cause too much inconvenience? I think it was clear to see the reason behind these changes as the field was still quite soggy in places following over a week of heavy and continuous rain in the area. The waterlogged area just 50 metres after the start certainly caught a few people by surprise, prompting some runners to shout out that it was “just like running cross-country.”
At least the weather behaved itself on the day and this allowed a large number of people to take advantage of the barbecue outside the “Café Talk” facility. Maybe next year we will also have some warm sunshine?
Race Secretary CPM Thame 10k. Road Race 2016.
Some pics from the day.
and one from 2015 from the “old” start!
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