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Broulee Runners August 26th 2020

We are now in week 24 of the lock down series and we continue to get results from many locations for Broulee Runners stuck in their home unable to travel to our wonderful location.  Remember to keep the dream alive Broulee Runners and those wanting to become Broulee Runners can run one of the 2, 3.5 or 5-kilometre distances at their home location and we will save and acknowledge their efforts.

This week we celebrate the achievements of Matt Lambert, who recorded his 200th run.  Matt’s first run was on 9 November 2011.  He is a most consistent performer and regularly runs around the 21-minute mark for the 5 kilometres.  He has achieved in major events in Sydney and Canberra. 

Above: Matt Lambert the 200 run man.

Here are the results posted this week:

2 Kilometres

Makayla Wade 16.36

Roz Hayward 21.05

Victoria Fleming 21.10

3.5 Kilometres

Angie Gannon 21.43

5 Kilometres

Geordie Cox 20.00

Bede Webster 20.55

Gabriel Kennedy 21.10

Matt Lambert 22.11

Mark Kennedy 24.11

Paige Connaughton 25.26

Dave Connaughton 25.40

Ross Wilson 26.13

Deb Connaughton 27.13

Michael Lambert 28.20

Morgan Pettit 28.56

Simon Wall 30.14

Justine Beaumont 30.40

Anna Hutchinson 31.04

Tracy Denning 32.43

Jill Brown 33.57

Nev Madden 34.16

Mike Kennedy 37.41

Robyn Kennedy 42.14

Bernie Lambert 42.49

24 results

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