Name spellings, affiliations etc in the archive and the linked results listings available from this page are based on the web start list. In general, the archive uses the spelling first used by a participant, unless the name change is permanent (as when a lady marries), to avoid risk of confusion between people with similar names, e.g. Steve Walker, Steven Walker and Stephen Walker, and doppelgangers (e.g. the two Stephen Walker's who have appeared). Please let me know if you are aware of any errors, to RRRresults
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Records: Chris Parkes (1996) 6 h 17 min Sharon Gayter (1995) 7 h 44 min (50 mile course)
|1||Paul Ward||Dewsbury RR||M||7:23:19||2|
|2||Paul Hart||Dumfries RC||M||7:47:01||4|
|3||Steve Lang||Cheshire Hill Racers||M||7:53:18||1|
|1||Alayne Malkin||Trail Runners Assoc.||F||9:24:38||2|
|3||Anne Wade||Trail Runners Assoc.||F||9:59:54||5|
Well, what a day. Plenty of rain beforehand, then rain from the first start right through the day, although those who were out into the evening will have noticed it it eased off. Anyone without good rain gear will have soon found it difficult to maintain body heat. Even my supposedly waterproof GPS unit succumbed - the rain wasn't that heavy, but it was persistent. One benefit of there being surface water was that the mud of the ploughed fields didn't stick to the shoes, so we weren't having to try to run with size 24 mud balls. The overall non-finish rate was 31%, compared with 22% last year. That's after 64 people decided not to start, in a number of cases presumably having seen the weather forecast and deciding the Christmas shopping looked a better option. 20% non-starters is an abnormally high figure. Most likely to drop out were those who'd done it a few times, knew what they were in for and decided to call it a day. For those new to the event, don't be put off. 2009 is a new year, conditions can't be worse (can they?), so be brave and give it another go. Conditions should be better (less dark at least) with new date of 17th October
For what its worth, the retirement analysis:
|Previous Number of Completions||Finished||Retired||% did not finish|
|10 or more||10||1||9%|
The comparable figures for 2007 (overall 22% retired) are:
|10 or more||12||1||8%|
Full results (includes retirements) Split times
Those of us who took part are grateful to the officials and helpers who made the event possible
Checkpoint officials: Ray Howarth and Jane, and Mick Concannon; Ken Horan, Richard Morris, Celia and Keith Dutton, David Haywood; the extended Booth family; Paul Jepson; Nigel and Marcia,
Level Crossing: Martin Herrington
Minibus: Brian Gent
Various places all day: Pete Townson, Mick Marsters, Mick Cochrane
Sweeper: Pete Adams
Hot meal at halfway: Elaine Laurie and June Harney
Hot meal at finish: June Harney, Jenny Gent, Marilyn Carratt and Roselee Parkinson.
Ted Parkinson for sweeping the second half.
Jim Brogan, for driving the computer an the day that produced the results
Sharon Burton for overseeing everything
DVS Leisure Centre staff
This year we decided to award a mug as memento instead of a T-shirt. What would be your vote? Any comment (about this or anything else)?
What the papers said: Rotherham Advertiser and Athletics Weekly -
In line with a tradition in LDWA events, an award has been introduced for completing the event 10 times. Awards have been made to Roy Varo, Henry Marston, Dave Carratt, Kerry Booth, Mick Cochrane, George Kay, Terry Griffiths, Andrew West, Chris Sanders, David Fox, Mick Marsters, Brian Harney, Ian O'Mara, Tom Hughes, Bob Berzins, Peter Simpson, Percy Wellor, Martin Gaynor, Barry Harrison, David Keward, Michael Collins, Kevin Uzzell, Malcolm Coles, Philip Gwilliam and John Cunnane. The awards are based on my records; please let me know if there is an error (contact information below). Names get spelled differently in different years (Steve or Stephen), ladies marry, and certain names have been duplicated, easy when there were two Nigel Robinsons in one year, more difficult when there were John Whites in different years, from different clubs (which is not decisive) but different DOB (which usually is).
Additional awards were made this year to Philip Elliot and Alan Yates.
That's a total of 27.
Roy Varo was the first to be presented an award for reaching 20 completions. Henry Marston joined the band this year.
Retirements are included with main results
Subject to re-scrutiny of affiliation / team membership
|1||28h 04min||Dumfries RC||Paul Hart , Les Hill and Peter Hill|
|2||29h 25min||Trail Runners Assoc.||Alayne Malkin, Anne Wade and Drew Sheffield|
|3||31h 26min||Rotherham H & AC||Kerry Booth, Lee Carratt and Henry Marston|
|4||31h 34min||Dark Peak FR||Kenny Turner, Phil Cox and Kevin Saville|
|5||32h 10min||Killamarsh Kestrels||Simon Gregory, Peter Down and Sam Benamara|
|6||32h 11min||Keswick AC||Mark Townsend, Martin Sluce and Dave Troman|
|7||34h 58min||Quakers RC||Robin Towns, Annette Clarke and Dave Thompson|
|8||35h 45min||Totley AC||David Egan, David Shepherd and Philip Elliot|
|9||36h 31min||Dark Peak FR||Dominic Fletcher, Alice Robson and John Vernon|
|10||38h 23min||Dumfries RC||Dawn McDonald, Marian McPhail and Richard McDougal|
|11||41h 42min||Trail Runners Assoc.||Karl Williams, Darren Gillman and Andrew Booth|
|12||41h 46min||Dark Peak FR||Jim Fulton, Martin Payne and Alan Yates|
|13||45h 13min||LDWA - High Peak||Marla Howard-Cutts, Colin Firth and Davina Harrison|
|14||46h 45min||Croft Ambrey RC||Daniel Barnett, Gary Pearson and David Rouse|
|15||48h 42min||LDWA - Vermuyden||Terry Griffiths, John Hughes and Peter Boarer|
The calculation is on cumulative time.
Note: LDWA (as a whole) and FRA have not been included as bona fide teams
LDWA members: If you wish to claim membership of a section, please let me know
TRA are includes as a team as our supervising body...
Please let me know if you are aware of any errors / undeclared changes. RRRres@hmarston.co.uk
Relay analysis Relays by Class
|Pos'n.||No.||Name||Club||class||Overall Time h:min:s||Overall Rate min/km||Number in team|
|2||5||Men in Black||RHAC||Open||6:01:00||4:27||8|
|3||13||Handsworth Wildhogs||Handsworth Roadhogs||Open||6:37:44||4:54||5|
|4||4||Crocks & Chicks||Dumfries RC||Mixed||6:42:02||4:57||4|
|5||3||Sheffield RC||Sheffield RC||Open||6:48:29||5:02||8|
|8||19||Dearne Valley College (1)||DVC||Open||7:23:27||5:28||8|
|9||15||Maltby Marauders||Maltby RC||Mixed||7:44:31||5:44||8|
|11||14||Handsworth Groundhogs||Handsworth Roadhogs||Open||7:55:18||5:52||5|
|12||20||Access Warriors||Access Warriors||Open||8:01:13||5:56||8|
|14||1||Women in Black||RHAC||Female||8:06:42||6:00||8|
|15||17||Swallows||Rother Valley Swallows||Mixed||8:32:46||6:19||8|
|16||21||Totley AC||Totley AC||Female||8:32:48||6:19||5|
|17||16||Dumfries Doonhamers||Dumfries RC||Open||9:10:44||6:47||4|
|18||7||Santa's Little Raindeers||(London)||Mixed||11:11:03||8:17||8|
|disq||18||3 Lakes||Rother Valley Swallows||Open||7:41:25||5:41||3|
Team members: Please check names (when available), and let me know if there is an error, e.g. by e-mail to RRRres@hmarston.co.uk
Relay: Relays by category
Relay split times Relay Analysis Relay splits and analysis are now available
HELP:- I need to confirm team members, who ran which leg. Are these names correct?
Please email Henry Marston
to advise of errors. The table of Splits
is probably the easiest to check.
Graphs of speed over each stage
Compare with 2007
Lost Property (so far not claimed)
e-mail rrrentries to claim lost items
1 New Balance rucksac
1 blue top Concurve
1 navy and green cagoule
Take me to the Round Rotherham page, RHAC page, Henry's Home Page