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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Broulee Runners April 1st 2020

As we are allowed to go outside to exercise, what better way than walk or run over a measured distance so that we can check our performance. As the concept of racing is out of the question for the present, so to avoid complacency we are measuring ourselves against the clock. When we come out of the darkness people can map their progress during this period as all their performance times will be recorded in Broulee book of results. Prue Bartlett received her 30-run shirt without the usual applause. It was left at her front door by the running fairies. It was great to see Victoria Fleming come out to do a 2-kilometres walk to record her 100th appearance. The celebrations will come later! Another initiative is to allow those Broulee Runners in other places to record a time over one of the accepted distances and have it included in our records. It is great to have Broulee runners keeping up their fitness in this difficult time. Andrea Scroope, Evelyn and Penelope Johnston dedicate their individual run to support MS by wearing the MS shirt. They were due to do the MS fun run in Canberra however it was cancelled.

2 Kilometres Mollie Kennedy 8.24 Samson Kennedy 9.52 Declan McPherson 12.20 Emma Kennedy 13.05 Pauline Hicks 15.35 Nina McPherson 18.11 Penelope Johnston 20.12 Evelyn Johnston 21.15 Andrea Scroope 22.12 Jye Barbara 27.28 Helen Okey 27.38 Victoria Fleming 28.30 3.5 Kilometres Ross Wilson 19.00 Bernie Lambert 20.16 Mark Barraclough 21.46 Richard Fisher 30.37 5 Kilometres Geordie Cox 19.24 Matt Lambert 20.28 Bede Webster 21.43 Loren Chambers 22.38 Dave Connaughton 24.55 Paige Connaughton 26.11 Deb Connaughton 27.06 Andrew McPherson 28.21 Jason Domeny 28.49 Andrew Greenway 29.52 Michael Lambert 30.55 John Hicks 31.42 Julianne Domeny 34.36 Mike Kennedy 40.25 Robyn Kennedy 46.25


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