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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Broulee Runners Wed May 3rd 2023



The wind dropped in time for the run, which allowed the runners to extend themselves and as a result there were 14 personal best times. The star was young athlete Audrey Knobel, who set a new course record in the 2 kilometres. She reduced the old record of Lily Mcintosh by 3 seconds.

In the 2-kilometres other PBs were recorded by Lewis Gunn, Ben Rosenbaum, Regina Knobel, Ashlee Beby, Theo De Frenza., Sara Norgate, and James Tangney.

In the 3-kilometres Julie Amphlett recorded a personal best time. This was an impressive return to form after recovering from an injury.

In the 4-kilometres PBs were recorded by Barry King, Andrew McPherson, Gary Ashton, David West, and Daniel Greenway.

Last week we neglected to mention that Taryn Carver recorded her 100th run. For good measure she come back this evening and did her 101st run. Well done, Taryn!

2 Kilometres

Audrey Knobel 8.34

James Gunn 8.38

Lewis Gunn 8.47

Ben Rosenbaum 9.09

Janelle De Frenza 9.28

Angus Delaney 10.04

Regina Knobel 10.23

Ashlee Beby 10.45

Theo De Frenza 10.56

Sara Norgate 10.59

Sunni West 11.05

Jude Issaakidis 11.46

Laura Lopresti 12.48

Gemma Issaakidis 13.23

James Tangney 14.41

Chloe Tangney 14.42

Richard Fisher 20.43

3 Kilometres

Keira Atkins 15.02

Madison Ewins 16.08

Hudson Rosenbaum 16.32

Meg Edenborough 19.47

Julianne Domeny 19.31

Julie Amphlett 20.12

David McCann 25.36

4 Kilometres

Daniel Beby 14.28

Barry King 15.01

Andrew McPherson 16.36

Rob Kellett 17.23

Caitlin Seidel 17.34

Steve Seidel 17.39

Dave Connaughton 18.10

Brad Turner 18.26

Gary Ashton 18.36

Jackie Snowball 19.34

Taryn Carver 19.44

Paige Connaughton 19.53

David West 20.52

Daniel Greenway 21.18

Anthony Snowball 21.59

Andrew Greenway 21.59

Deb Connaughton 22.05

Nino Goncalves 22.45


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