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Broulee Runners August 5th 2020

We are now in week 18 of the Broulee Runners isolated series and under these strange circumstance runners and walkers are still able to test themselves against the clock. As at this Wednesday evening we have 24 results posted.

The champion of the week is David Connaughton (pictured) who has clocked 500 runs as a Broulee runner. Dave’s first run was more than twelve years ago on 27 February 2008. Then he ran the 5 kilometres in 26.37. His personal best time is 22.44 which he set in May 2012. He is still able to run the distance in 24 minutes. Dave has completed all of his runs over the five-kilometre distance and his determination has been shown on many occasions by his will to finish even if injured during his run.

Above: 500 run man Dave Connaughton.

Further to last weeks mention of the exploits of Simon Wall, the latest is that he has completed 1338 days (3 years and 8 months) without missing a day when he has not had a run!

Here are the results posted this week:

2 Kilometres

Victoria Fleming 21.25 Declan McPherson 27.12 Michelle McPherson 27.12 Anna Johnson 34.15 Molly Johnson 34.15 Nellie Johnson 34.15 Richard Johnson 34.15 Nina McPherson 34.16 Andrew McPherson 34.16

3.5 Kilometres

David McCann 29.50 Richard Fisher 31.08

5 Kilometres

Geordie Cox 19.03 Matt Lambert 21.04 Bede Webster 22.50 Dave Connaughton 24.05 Paige Connaughton 25.09 Deb Connaughton 26.08 Ross Wilson 26.38 Simon Wall 32.01 Morgan Pettit 30.08 Nev Madden 30.12 Michael Lambert 30.30 Jill Brown 33.53 Mike Kennedy 36.15 Robyn Kennedy 45.24 Bernie Lambert 47.26

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