5 miles

Results for the Centurion Grand Prix (5 miles), 04-Feb-2018

7 Sphinx completed the 5 mile senior race and 2 youngsters completed the 2km fun run. Results: http://centurionrc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/040218-5M.pdf Pos Name Time 35 Kevin Dick 34:48 41 Barry Allen 35:28 48 Anthony O’Brien 36:27 56 Mitch Timms 37:36 91 Karen Timothy 41:31 101 Rachel Allen 43:24 113 Victoria O’Brien 45:45 http://centurionrc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/040218-2K.pdf Pos Name Time 9 Atlanta O’Brien 10:25 10 Alexander O’Brien 10:34

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Results for the Centurion Grand Prix (5 miles), 07-Jan-2018

Karen Timothy and the O’Briens completed this five-mile, two-lap course. Alexander O’Brien completed the 2km fun run. Results: http://www.centurionrc.org.uk/grandprix/070118-5M.pdf http://www.centurionrc.org.uk/grandprix/070118-2K.pdf Pos Name Time 32 Anthony O’Brien 36:47 67 Karen Timothy 42:04 80 Victoria O’Brien 44:35  Pos Name Time 11 Alexander O’Brien 10:38

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Results for the Little Aston 5, 03-Sep-2017

Thanks to Dave McLean for the following report, and congratulations on finishing first in your category! Completed the Little Aston 5 today. It was the 24th running of this event organised by Royal Sutton Coldfield AC. I finished 13th in 33 minutes exactly (having predicted 33 minutes on my entry form!). Photo: Results: https://rscac.co.uk/2017/09/03/little-aston-5-provisional-results/ POS M/F SURNAME FIRST NAME AGE CAT TIME CAT. PLACE 13 Male McLean

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Results for the Wellingborough 5, 30-Jul-2017

6 Sphinx runners completed this Northamptonshire 5 mile race, with a hoodie as reward. Well done to Jane Edwards for placing second in her category.

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Results for the EMGP Harborough 5, 13-Jun-2017

7 Sphinx runners completed this one-lap rural race and enjoyed Foxton Locks as well! Well done to Tom Marchi on taking first place in his category.

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Results for the EMGP Banbury 5, 06-Jun-2017

Mitch and Jackie Timms and Tom Marchi completed the 5th race in the 8-race series. All three placed in the top 10 in their category, with Tom 2nd in his.

The next race in the EMGP series is The Harborough 5 on Tuesday, 13 June.

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Results for the WRRL Ryton 5, 25-May-2017

34 Sphinx runners took part in the third race in the Warwickshire Road Race League. It was also Sphinx’s designated 5-mile handicap race, as Jackie Stuart describes:

New members may not be aware of our one-off handicap races. The 5 mile run at the Ryton 5, the 10 mile run at the Rugby 10 and the half-marathon run at Kenilworth. The handicapper predicts times for all members and whoever beats the predicted time by the most is the winner.

Only 6 runners managed to beat the time set by the handicapper, and it was very close. Pete Fahy beat the handicapper by the most – 42 seconds with Collette O’Keefe in 2nd position – 41 seconds. It was an extremely hot evening and this may have affected many runners’ times, it certainly affected mine!!

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Results for the EMGP Corby 5, 24-May-2017

8 Sphinx runners made the trip over to Corby to complete the Corby 5, which is part of the East Midlands Grand Prix series. Well done to Tom and Kev for finishing 2nd and 4th in their categories.

The next race in the series is the the Banbury 5 on Tuesday 6 June.

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Results for the EMGP Blisworth 5, 12-May-2017

6 Sphinx runners completed this 5 mile route through the Northamptonshire countryside, the second race in the East Midlands Grand Prix series. Well done to all 6, but especially to Tom Marchi, who was 1st in his category.

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Results for the Headley 5 Mile Fun Run, 01-May-2017

Thanks to Alex for the following report:

I did the Headley 5 Mile Fun Run in Hampshire with my sister Vicki and brother-in-law James on the May bank-holiday Monday. It was a 5 mile cross-country race through a hilly wood, so was hard work. Vicki came 3rd female in her age group and James came 3rd male in his age group, which they were both really happy with.

I did it in 37:45, which isn’t bad, considering the course and that I had Silverstone 10k the following day. It was an enjoyable race all round, with all the spectators really encouraging everyone, and the free chocolate and drinks at the end were appreciated.

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