CWD : 5th May 2018
Last Sunday, the regular Orange Runners Club run was held at Favell Rd, where 41 runners had the choice of very challenging 3K, 5.8K, 8.1K and 11.2K routes. The first 3 finishers by gender for each distance are as follows:
3K – Female: Penny Chandler (17:44), Michelle Whiteley (20:39) Norma Bradley (29:52). Male: Logan Whiteley (15:54), Oliver Chandler-Sullivan (16:22) and Oscar Chandler-Sullivan (19:57).
5.8K – Female: Kate Harris (35:19), Man Ha Mackay (40:51) and Sharon Fahy (41:32). Male: Hugh Daintith (27:25), Russell Tym (33:11) and David Aseguinolaza (46:39)
8.1K – Female: Anna Daintith (56:51) and Mel Bolton (66:08). Male: Jack Daintith (44:43), Hugh Corcoran (45:55) and James Littlejohn (47:51)
11.2K – Female: Ursula Wilson (55:29), Kim Jarvis (76:28) and Jane Fairgrieve (76:30). Male: Anthony Daintith (50:06), Joel Kitto (55:42) and Daryl Roweth (56:52).
A big thumbs up to all who participated, Daryl Roweth was declared the winner.
Last Sunday also saw club members undertake the Anzac Day Challenge, a 42K distance trail race through very unforgiving terrain. Results are as follows: Leanne Corcoran (4:46 – Ladies winner!!) Alicia Ross (6:36), Alison Spurway (6:36), Leanne Vogler (6:36), Renai McArdle (7:11), Yolanda Zhao (7:18), and Pam Fullgrabe (7:36). Maree Moss completed the 25K in 4:56. Well done ladies, you did us proud!
On Wednesday, 82 competitors took part in the regular 3 lap handicap event, under very cool conditions. The fastest ladies were Leanne Corcoran (11:35), Ursula Wilson (12:18) and Ella Lamrock (12:31) The fastest men were Connor Whiteley (9:18), Tim Murphy (10:10) and Rikky Bangert (10:50). PBs were achieved by Anthony Daintith (2s), Hugh Daintith (3s), Anna Daintith (12s), Kohen Patrick (14s), Milla Jurd (5s) David Aseguinolaza (12s) Kate Harris (1s) and Tim Murphy (4s). Well done to all who took part, Kohen Patrick was declared the winner.
Just before the Wednesday run, participation medals were handed out for John Betts (300 runs), Thomas Gibson (50 runs), Steve Wensley (1000 runs) and Jane Fairgrieve (1100 runs). Thank you folks, for your continued support of club events.
This Sunday sees the club back at Gosling Ck at 9am, where members can try 2.3K, 4.6K and 9.4K distances on this pleasantly undulating course. Best of luck to our many members who will be undertaking he Bathurst RSL 10K and Half Marathon this Sunday, as well. This coming Wednesday sees the regular 3-lap handicap event at 5pm.
Members should visit the club website on www.orangerunners.com.au or our Facebook page for further details on these and upcoming events. Those interested in joining our club should visit the club website for further information.
Yours in running