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From the Photos page

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Alport on Saturday 8th June 2019

The superb dry conditions should have resulted in lots of PBs ... that was how last year’s report started. This year was the foulest weather since the race began – driving rain and wind the entire race and clag on the first crossing. Whilst that seemed to have deterred most of the usual people from running there were a few hardy, or should that be fooldhardy, folk who decided a battle with the elements was a good thing to start the weekend with.

Apart from the first three home, times were slow! Last year “everyone was back within 2 hours” – not so this year with Moz bring up the rear in around 2.22. The weather was so bad even the midges didn’t come out. Post race tea/coffee beside the wood burning stove in the Snake Inn brought a chance to stop the shivering and listen to stories of large trees falling down in front of people in the wood out of Alport, eyes blinded by driving rain, dodgy river crossings and Dave Allen’s Pertex bid with his full 180degree turn on the first crossing to being him back to the Start rather than Alport valley!

Records

Men1= Al Landels 60:25current course (20secs quicker course)
1= Tim Tett60:40old course
Vet 40Andy Harmer60:43old course
Vet 50Tim Tett68:59current course, 2010
Vet 60Mick Cochrane85.05current course
Vet 70Pete Gorvett93:57current course
WomenMegan Wilson80.20current course, 2018
WV 40Kim Baxter95.31current course

Tim Tett

13 starters
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PosNameTimeClubCatComment
1Tom Saville01:06:42Dark PeakMSEN 
2Tom Brunt01:11:08Dark PeakM45 
3Jack Foxall01:12:05Dark PeakM40 
4Phil Murray01:25:56 V50 
5Tim Tett01:27:27Dark PeakM55 
6Ian Challans01:30:14Dark PeakMSEN 
7Martyn Jones01:48:12Dark PeakM45 
8Roy Small01:56:43Dark PeakM65 
9Simon Bacsich01:59:54Dark PeakM40 
10Rob Cole02:00:53Dark PeakMSEN 
11Andy Harmer02:01:28Dark PeakM70 
12Maurice Musson02:22:30Dark PeakM65 
Dave Allen Dark PeakM60 

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