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Broulee Runners May 27th 2020

This is week ten of the run isolated Broulee series. There are still 8 runners, who have managed to complete runs in all 10 of the series. The most consistent of these performers is Bede Webster, whose times are all in the range of 21.10 and 22.30 for the 5 kilometres. Special mention goes to Robyn Kennedy at age 77 has managed to complete the 5 kilometres on each week of the series averaging around 46 minutes.

The most impressive new comer to the Broulee runners is Geordie Cox, who completed 9 of the series, with an average time in the 5 kilometres of 18 minutes 50 seconds. His best time of 18.32 places him as 13th fastest over this distance in the 13year history of the event.

As we are about to see the light at the end of the tunnel, we need some humour to brighten up our isolation. Therefore, as people can do one of the 3 distances at any time in the week, we are looking for photos of individuals performing their chosen distance at interesting places or in fancy dress.

Here are all the results posted in week 10 of the series. 2Kilometres Mollie Kennedy 8.33 Victoria Fleming 22.35 3.5 Kilometres Deb Connaughton 19.30 Annie Johnsen 25.38 David McCann 29.07 Pauline Hicks 29.20 5 Kilometres Geordie Cox 18.22 Josh Connaughton 19.14 Matt Lambert 20.45 Bede Webster 21.43 Ellen Hosking 22.26 Dave Connaughton 24.35 Simon Wall 25.13 Paige Connaughton 26.08 Ross Wilson 26.50 Jess Jenkins 28.38 John Hicks 29.54 Anna Hutchinson 31.08 Tracy Denning 34.08 Jill Brown 36.00 Nev Madden 36.01 Mike Kennedy 36.27 Lisa Robbins 39.40 Robyn Kennedy 43.43 Richard Fisher 48.28 Bernie Lambert 53.33 Michael Lambert 53.35

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