ECCA – 2010 Relay Results – 6th November

Thanks very much to everyone who ran (and supported) at Berry Hill yesterday. I really hope that you all enjoyed the experience of taking part in a major national event! (Particularly those who ran in the relays for the first time).

For those who have not accessed the results as yet, the link below will take you to the appropriate page. Note that as well as the ‘Senior Men’ and ‘Senior Women’ results, the ‘Incomplete Senior Men’ and ‘Incomplete Senior Women’ headings also contain the respective fastest legs listings. (You will need to scroll down to view these).

http://englishcrosscountry.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=65&Itemid=72

Note that if you go back one page, you can access results from previous years’ events.

Here are a few comparisons with Belper Harriers’ performances from last year….

Men’s A: This year – 94th out of 140 complete teams in 1:15:23. Last year 109th out of 151 complete teams in 1:16:27.

Men’s B: This year – 118th out of 140 complete teams in 1:20:57. Last year 140th out of 151 complete teams in 1:24:35.

Men’s C: This year – 137th out of 140 complete teams in 1:29:45. Last year – no C team.

Ladies A: This year – 52nd out of 84 complete teams in 38:35. Last year 51st out of 85 complete teams in 37:42

Ladies B: This year – no B team. Last year 75th out of 85 complete teams in 42:43.

Congratulations to the following Belper athletes, who competed last year, and beat their previous times yesterday…

Gemma Irvine – 53 seconds faster (3K)

Steph Ilsley – 9 seconds faster (3K)

Dale Annable – 57 seconds faster (5K)

Mark Riches – 22 seconds faster (5K)

Thanks,
Steve

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