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Broulee Runners October 28th 2020

Broulee runners were back in action tonight with 23 actual runners and 25 virtual runners. We were finally able to present Angie Gannon with her 30-run shirt after 35 runs. The annual bonus to the records person is under examination and is seriously in doubt.

Personal best times were recorded by Hugh Wignell, Iona Kelly, Rosie McPartland, Max Hadley, Eliza Milenkovic, Bernie Lambert. Tino Lopresti did again with another personal best time of 23.28. This was an improvement of 16 seconds and placed him 4th in a strong field of 30 runners in the 5-kilometres. He always has a powerful sprint for the last 50 metres. Yet this week his power finish started at the 100-metre mark to leave Andrew McPherson in his dust.

Above: the start of the event with Angie Gannon (and dog) with her long awaited 30-run shirt

2 Kilometres

Hugh Wignell 7.28 Iona Kelly 7.39 Rosie McPartland 8.13 Nate Pike 8.25 Victoria Fleming 21.30 Roz Hayward 21.31

3.5 kilometres

Robyn Kennedy 29.37 David McCann 29.45

5 Kilometres

Daniel Baby 18.27 Matt Johnsen 19.52 Matt Lambert 20.19 Tino Lopresti 23.12 Andrew McPherson 23.17 Christian Proksch 23.31 Max Hadley 23.45 Loren Chambers 23.50 Gary Ashton 23.58 Dave Connaughton 24.28 Stephen Seidel 24.59 James Reilly 25.06 Paige Connaughton 25.35 Ross Wilson 25.44 Deb Connaughton 26.45 Andrea Cantle 27.44 Michael Lambert 28.17 Eliza Milenkovic 28.45 Bernie Lambert 29.11 Jason Domeny 30.20 Angie Gannon 32.06 Andrew Greenway 32.22 John Hicks 33.02 Rob Ryan 33.12 Lisa Robbins 34.09 Tracy Denning 34.14 Julianne Domeny 36.08 Mike Kennedy 40.34 Annie Johnsen 41.57 Richard Fisher 44.59

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