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From the Photos page

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Three Stones on Wednesday 27th August 2008

Also:
Mike Browell & Guy Seaman 2 Stones in 01:56:55
Paul Sanderson – thought better of it, dnf
Andy Moore – thighs gave out, dnf
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Considering this traditional race has little more than 500feet of climb (editors note: hmm - my gps watch and Tracklogs claim at least 1250\' of climb in 10.5 miles) and arguably covers some of the worst ground you could contrive to find in the Dark Peak it seemed to create a level of chaos and post race chuntering that suggests it is up there with the best. Another fine virtue is that having been run nobody is much the wiser as to which is the quickest route or direction round although many confessed to have found the worst. At the sharp end Ryhs and the rehabilitated Tim Tett came in a country bog ahead of anybody else. John Gunnee came in bent double and Phil Cox came in as darkness settled over Lodge Moor having lost one contact lens somewhere in that god awful ochre quagmire this side of White Stones.

Thanks to Roger Slater for making up the times for those missed off the results at the end and almost contriving to put me ahead of Tim Ray. With everybody safely in, with pint in hand and the trauma over it is difficult to see how else you could have so much fun on a Wednesday night – fortunately memory is selective?

Tom Westgate
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PosNameTimeClubCatComment
1Rhys Findlay-Robinson01:24:13Dark PeakM 
2Tim Tett01:24:46Dark PeakMV45 
3Tim Hawley01:41:38Dark PeakMV45 
4Richard Hakes01:43:45Dark PeakMV50 
5Roger Slater01:43:52Dark PeakMV45 
6Roger Woods01:44:17Dark PeakMV40 
7Peter Gorvett01:46:13Dark PeakMV60 
8David Holmes01:46:20Dark PeakMV50 
8Russel Beresford01:46:20Dark PeakMV45 
10Robert Moore01:46:30Dark PeakMV40 
10Jim Gayler01:46:30Dark PeakM 
12Nick Kirk01:47:40Dark PeakMV40 
13Tim Ray01:48:00Dark PeakM 
14Tom Westgate01:48:20Dark PeakMV45 
15Roy Small01:50:15Dark PeakMV50 
16Ian Winterburn01:50:25Dark PeakMV40 
17Kirsty Bryan-Jones01:53:50Dark PeakW 
18Andy Harmer01:58:00Dark PeakMV60 
18David McGuinness01:58:00Dark PeakM 
20Stephen Martin01:58:15Dark PeakMV45 

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