Great conditions greeted the twenty-two actual runners this evening, we were also pleased to have nine virtual runners submit times. As the word spreads that we are back at the Mossy Point Headland at 5 PM, we expect that more runners and walkers will come back to test themselves after the long break.
We celebrated Bernie Lambert’s 100th run, Bernie started with the 2-kilometres distance on 5 November 2014 with a time of 10.13, which is still her personal best at this distance. She has since run numerous 5-kilometres distances both with the Broulee runners and the Batemans Bay parkrun. She has also competed in fun runs and Half Marathons. She is also a local hero fighting against Covid by administering ‘jabs’ in Goulburn, Bega, Batemans Bay and Moruya.
Personal best times were recorded by Nicole Minifie in the 2-kilometres, by Julie Amphlett in the 3.5-kilometres and Karen-Smith in the 5-kilometres.
Above:The local hero and 100 run women Bernie Lambert.
Mitchell Beby 7.38 Samuel Dawson 9.26 Keira Atkin 8.14 Mike Atkin 8.50 Nicole Minifie 10.22 Stephanie Dawson 10.24 Mia Atkin 10.34 Daniel Greenway 13.26 Annie Johnsen 14.21 David McCann 15.17 Ashlie Beby 22.14 Michelle Beby 22.20
Ross Wilson 18.48 Andrew Greenway 22.08 Julie Amphlett 26.11 Richard Fisher 33.41 Robyn Kennedy 34.12
Daniel Beby 18.14 Matt Lambert 20.37 Lauren Evans 20.39 Andrew McPherson 24.36 Dave Connaughton 24.57 Paige Connaughton 25.11 James Reilly 26.21 Bernie Lambert 26.38 Karen Harding-Smith 26.38 Michael Lambert 26.55 Deb Connaughton 28.47 Jenny Taylor 29.55 Jeff McKenzie 31.45 Simon Wall 33.03 Mike Kennedy 46.23