PROVISIONAL Dartford 10

Sunday 16 January

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17/01/2005 at 10:50
Hiya Chunks!

Thanks for a fab day yesterday - I'm still bouncing around! I'll definitely be back, this is my new PB course :-))
17/01/2005 at 10:56
My big toe nail has fallen off!




...well actually I kind of had to cut/pull it off but the less said about that the better:-)
17/01/2005 at 11:33
Cheers DRR my 4th time at this event and as good as ever.
Well surprised with a course pb considering my current fitness (lack of) an ideal way to blast away those cobwebs.
17/01/2005 at 11:35
Well done itchy nice to see you again
17/01/2005 at 11:37
Morning Scotty.

I'd like chapter and verse please.

Are you finding that other bits are dropping off? You may need to speak to someone.
JJ
17/01/2005 at 12:04
I've heard he spends a lot of time in the Halfway House in Sevenoaks! Maybe it's drink related!!
17/01/2005 at 12:34
Great race and well organised, thoroughly enjoyed it!
Got my pacing totally wrong though and did the first 5 miles in just under 41 mins, and the second 5 in just over 35 mins, so very lopsided, finished with far too much energy left so I need to learn to go quicker earlier if I want to improve my times- a negative split of nearly 6 mins is ridiculous!

Anyone know what date the Dartford half marathon is set for this year?
17/01/2005 at 12:39
17th July I believe
17/01/2005 at 12:54
Results are up I am told
17/01/2005 at 12:56
They are there honest just checked myself
17/01/2005 at 13:00
They are indeed.

55th woman woowoowoo!!!!
17/01/2005 at 13:03
Great race yesterday!

On the results, what does the numbers mean in the column after the age? It's probably obvious & Im being stupid !!
17/01/2005 at 13:11
I was wondering that too - what do they mean? And how did Tiger work out she was 55th woman - by counting the list? I'm amazed that it must have taken me over a minute to cross the start line! My watch time is much better!
17/01/2005 at 13:11
It looks like age grading on the Racemaster system, please ignore

17/01/2005 at 13:14
What is the date of next years Dartford ten Chunky?
17/01/2005 at 13:16
Yes Mountaingirl I counted the list! (while looking busy at work)

It is age grading, it means the percentage of the world record for your age group. Mine was 65%, the first woman's time was 83% of the world record. How do people run faster?
17/01/2005 at 13:19
We are going to have to plan that now

As you saw at the finish we had some huge hurdles to overcome to do this. On our site a new Football stadium is due to be built and the club house demolished.

We were told that it will be started this year and we may not be able to run the race from that HQ next year. However as I mentioned at the awaards presentation yesterday, a new HQ and a change to the route is going to worked on.

Mountaingirl
Don't be too disappointed with your time shown on the results, I always use my own time to measure how well i have done.
17/01/2005 at 13:31
Tiger - Have counted myself now! I'm 70th woman - excellent! I just wanted to be in the top 100, so goal achieved. Does anyone know how many women ran altogether - I don't want to count thw whole list!

Chunky - don't worry, the watch time wins hands down!
17/01/2005 at 13:33
The list was more interesting than my work - 307 women :-)
17/01/2005 at 13:42
Well done Tiger! That puts me in the top 25% then - great stuff! And you in the top 20%! And makes me ask - where were all the women then? 307 is nothing!
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