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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Broulee Runner’s Results May 11th 2022

Tonight, we were able to miss the rain. However, once again the wet conditions of the last few days made every starter appreciate the new course.

We celebrated the 30th run of Keira Atkin and Julie Amphlett. Each have a special story about their participation in the event. Keira’s family of mum and dad together with sister Mia are regulars at our run. Keira represented her school in regional Cross Country event over 3 kilometres in Canberra where she finished 2nd overall. She will now represent the district in Sydney.

Julie had a debilitating problem with her feet, and she could barely walk. It was through determination and hard work that she is now able to walk freely. Not content with doing that she pushed herself further has run 60 Batemans Bay Park runs over 5 kilometres to her credit. She decided to come and try the Broulee run and now has clocked up 30 runs.

We welcomed the Bieder family to our run. They are formally from Sydney and are travelling the country looking to find the perfect spot to live. They like the look of our district.

The 30 run girls Julie Amphlett and Keira Atkin.

2 Kilometres

Keira Atkin 9.31

Mike Atkin 10.04

Mia Atkin 12.10

Beau Melgaard 12.17

Ashlee Beby 13.46

Eli Melgaard 15.12

Annie Johnsen 16.24

Richard Fisher 21.09

Kai Bieder 25.28

3 Kilometres

Emily Tugwell 15.57

Janelle Morgan 19.25

Tom Ireson 19.45

Meg Edenborough 20.44

Julie Amphlett 22.57

Harry Bieder 24.49

Wendy Bieder 28.28

Kurt Bieder 28.31

4 Kilometres

Daniel Beby 13.35

Scott Melgaard 14.56

Jo Edenborough 14.57

Matt Edenborough 14.58

Andrew McPherson 17.45

Paige Connaughton 18.03

Jenny Taylor 21.34

Karen Harding Smith 21.44

Dave Connaughton 22.53

Deb Connaughton 22.55

Gill Stapleton 23.21

Simon Wall 25.16

Anna Hutchinson 32.12


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