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Broulee Runners April 22nd 2020

One month into the new normal whereby people can run a measured distance over 2, 3.5 or 5 kilometres at their own convenience and in their own location and have it recorded in the Broulee Runners archives. The question has been asked about individual personal best times being accepted and acknowledged as such.

Since the beginning of the event we have accepted the times and distances submitted by individuals on face value when starting from the anchor in the weekly race, even though some have been questionable. It is about having a go and if you achieve, we like it to be acknowledged. Given the present circumstances all times are accepted willingly on face value and are recorded as such. However, no formal acknowledgement of personal best times will be mentioned in the weekly report, until we go back to the old normal. The new improvements are willingly accepted and marked against the individual’s personal records.

Above: Josh Connaughton and below the other of young star Charley Proksch,  setting of to do the 3.5 Kilometres.

2 Kilometres Taylor Tracey 6.06 Declan McPherson 11.43 Nina McPherson 17.58 Leo Proksch 22.32 Ruby Wilton 25.07 Allyson Jeffery 25.08 Kathryn Jeffery 25.09 Victoria Fleming 25.14 3.5 Kilometres Ross Wilson 18.00 Bernie Lambert 18.52 Mark Barraclough 21.11 Pauline Hicks 28.25 David McCann 29.06 Richard Fisher 31.22 Charley Proksch 41.15 5 Kilometres Geordie Cox 19.00 Matt Edenborough 19.11 David Hosking 20.05 Josh Connaughton 21.04 Bede Webster 21.10 Matt Lambert 21.17 Matt Johnsen 21.48 Ellen Hosking 23.06 Greg McDonald 23.37 Christian Proksch 23.55 Dave Connaughton 24.34 Prue Bartlett 25.18 Paige Connaughton 26.14 Deb Connaughton 27.18 Andrew McPherson 26.20 Michelle McPherson 27.54 Mary Anderson 28.10 John Hicks 30.17 Mike Kennedy 39.05 Robyn Kennedy 44.31

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