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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Broulee Runners Wed November 30th 2022

Perfect conditions for the last run of Spring saw 42 actual runners contest the three distances. Given the conditions there were excellent times with 11 personal best runs. All the class was in the 2-kilometres with the Gunn family holding centre stage. James, Lewis, and Max improved their times. Another to improve was Laura Lopresti (two weeks in a row); others to impress were Benji Mackay, Julie Amphlett, Aaron Atteridge, Richard Fisher, Daniel Greenway, and Andrew Greenway.

We celebrated with the presentation of the 30-run shirt to John Lightfoot, and to show his class he ran a personal best time to mark the occasion. This milestone was a long time coming as his first run was 13 years ago.

Above: John Lightfoot with his 30-run shirt. We welcomed Shelby and Oliver Duncan to their first outing with the group. We welcomed back Steve Wynn, who ran an impressive time of 15.50 for the 4 kilometres. Several years ago, his only other run was on the old 5-kilometre course in a time of 22.14


Lilly McIntosh 8.49

James Gunn 9.22

Lewis Gunn 9.42

Keira Atkin 10.04

Mike Atkin 10.06

Benji Mackay 10.07

Neil MacKay 10.08

Laura Lopresti 11.52

Mia Atkin 12.06

Jamie Edwards 12.41

Ken Hogg 12.58

John Lightfoot 13.38

Julie Amphlett 14.36

Otis Remling 15.05

Aaron Atteridge 15.07

Everly Bredin 15.29

Max Gunn 15.41

Alyssa Birks 16.00

Tommy Birks 16.01

Theo Birks 16.02

Katharina Birks 16.03

Bernie Lambert 19.26

Michael Lambert 19.44

Richard Fisher 19.45

Carissa Morgan 20.09

Steve Morgan 20.10

3 Kilometres

David McCann 26.43

4 Kilometres

Steve Wynn 15.50

Paige Connaughton 17.04

Andrew McPherson 18.22

Stephen Seidel 19.13

Adrian Connor 19.27

Jackie Snowball 19.29

Dave Connaughton 19.29

Daniel Greenway 21.21

Andrew Greenway 21.22

Deb Connaughton 21.49

Jenny Taylor 22.46

Janelle Morgan 23.54

Steve Phipps 24.11

Shelby Duncan 24.53

Oliver Duncan 24.54

Matt Duncan 24.56


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