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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Broulee Runners Wed April 19th 2023


A touch of winter with cool southerly wind greeted the forty starters in this evening’s run. We welcomed visitors from Canberra, Central Coast and Newcastle. A special welcome to our representatives from last weekend’s Canberra Running Festival. Namely Michael Lambert marathon (4 hours 15 minutes), Lauren Evans half marathon (1 hour 37 minutes) Bernie Lambert half marathon (2hours 6 minutes). Congratulations to them and other locals who participated.

Our proud Canberra Marathon competitors – Lauren Evans, and Bernie and Mike Lambert (in the Blue)

The wind did not deter the runners as there were 11 personal best times recorded. In the 2 kilometres personal best times were recorded by James Gunn, Ben Rosenbaum, Aengus Delaney, Bernie Lambert, David McCann, Serina Dunn, and Helen Okey. In the 3 kilometres Emma Dawson improved her previous best. In the 4 kilometres Rob Kellett, Brad Turner and Steve Phipps improved their previous best.

2 Kilometres

James Gunn 8.32

Ben Rosenbaum 9.41

Callum Dawson 9.57

Aengus Delaney 10.00

Jye Dunn 10.55

Hudson Rosenbaum 11.07

Simon Gunn 11.12

Candice Delaney 11.50

Bernie Lambert 12.27

Remy Shannon 15.18

Charlie Shannon 15.18

Julie Amphlett 15.50

David McCann 15.46

Serena Dunn 16.54

Helen Okey 16.54

Mike Lambert 19.55

Richard Fisher 24.07

3 Kilometres

Emma Dawson 13.58

Meg Edenborough 20.45

Arden Shannon 22.17

4 Kilometres

Craig Rangott 13.06

Lauren Evans 15.19

Anthony Sleeman 16.55

Rob Kellett 16.56

Paige Connaughton 16.59

Kai Sleeman 17.16

Zara Menzies-Stegbauer 17.37

Andrew McPherson 17.38

Eli Sleeman 17.46

Stephen Seidel 17.47

Jason Schumacher 17.50

Dave Connaughton 18.20

Brad Turner 18.42

Frank Lemmon 20.15

David West 21.52

Deb Connaughton 21.58

Vince Miller 22.01

Andrew Greenway 22.17

Steve Phipps 22.44

Jenny Taylor 23.01

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