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Broulee Runners July 1st 2020

This is week 14 of Run Isolated Broulee and we can celebrate two significant achievements with the event. The first is Jill Brown clocking up 150 runs and an even bigger achievement with Deb Connaughton recording her 350th run. Jill started on 24 September 2008 and with partner Nev Madden were great supporters in getting the run going and helped in many ways. Deb started almost at the beginning on 27 February 2008. Deb is the face of the run being starter, recorder and marketing person.

A special welcome to James Gold, who is a regular visitor to these parts. His first run was on 9 January 2008 and he with his family have been regular participants.

We also welcomed Peng Yuqin, a visitor from China. She is working her way around Australia.

Above: James Gold, a welcome visitor for many years, and champion triathlete Geoff Hawke

Here are the results posted this week:

2 Kilometres

Samson Kennedy 9.37 Caroline Booth 13.12 Victoria Fleming 21.23 Jye Barbara 28.35 Helen Okey 28.40 Peng Yuqin 28.45

3.5 Kilometres

David McCann 29.10

5 Kilometres

Geordie Cox 18.34 Josh Connaughton 18.43 Tim Cowley 19.30 Bede Webster 21.39 Geoff Hawke 22.50 Dave Connaughton 24.28 Paige Connaughton 25.43 James Gold 25.55 Ross Wilson 26.31 Simon Wall 27.11 Deb Connaughton 28.34 Michael Lambert 28.51 Angie Gannon 30.00 Tania Dorney 32.30

Jill Brown 34.50 Nev Madden 34.52 Mike Kennedy 38.10 Robyn Kennedy 44.13

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