Just beat my HM PB by 9 minutes :D
The top quintile for ladies >23 years old is <23 minutes.
Best time is 13:54 - although that appears to be 3 mins faster than the next best, so might not be right.
(No it isn't - WR is only 14:11!)
When i did the entirely fictitious Ambridge marathon I claimd 1:59:59 on Fetch.
Got in lumber for that.
JB - Athletics Weekly has recently published a listing of age-graded reults for 5k to Marathon during 2009 - worth looking up if you're interested.
For Men's 5k top times areVet80 = 23:54Vet75 = 24:30Vet70 = 20:33 !!Vet65 = 18:33
there's some quick buggers out there
How long doe's it normally take Parkrun to update the web results?
Come D2D, it was an hour and a half ago, post your results, please!
...You don't normally spend this much time away from the forum!
First off - I was the only one in a vest. It was bloody freezing, the cold got in my chest & there was a pretty nasty stretch of ice on the last k.
Also, a slight hill & some steps to climb - so not an entirely flat road race.
I know you're all dying to know though so...
(According to my Garmin - the actual results will be on the site around 3pm today)
First woman to cross the line
Well done! Sub 7m/m! And first woman!
...now i can go out!
Kind of disappointed that I didn't get a sub20, but I'm going next weekend when there's no ice & will wear more clothes. I will get that sub20!
Happier about first female to cross the line than my time
(Oh and obviously that I proved JM wrong!!!!!!!!! He thought I wouldn't get under 21:40)
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