Results courtesy of Kerrie Tanner
1 Carloff Robert 39:25, 2 Toyne Laura 33:44, 3 Sherwood Robyn 29:47, 4 Barrett John 28:46, 5 McAullay Damien 30:14, 6 Quinn Julie 25:33, 7 Smith Steve 30:48, 8 Chao Raymond 28:13, 9 Guild Andrew 40:29, 10 Koh Galvin 37:23, 11 Wilks Leanne 34:10, 12 Wight Bruce 25:44, 13 Plunkett Adrian 38:48, 14 Borgo Travis 32:21, 15 Bilos Peter 29:24, 16 Tanner Kerrie 30:39, 17 Bogatko Amelia 29:28, 18 Lee Garry 27:01, 19 Bennett Bill 25:48, 20 Regester Greg 23:35, 21 Afiabo Leah 31:07, 22 Matthews Andrew 28:40, 23 Wilson Marc 38:57, 24 Boyd Martin 25:14, 25 Ey Robert 29:45, 26 Harlow Bob 28:17, 27 Stockwell Stuart 34:38, 28 Arrouk Joe 27:28, 29 Farrington Paul 38:09, 30 O'Halloran Sean 31:25, 31 Donnelly Lloyd 33:45, 32 Brown Des 25:47, 33 Godeck Axel 32:32, 34 King Geoff 29:35, 35 Pilkington Roger 29:14, 36 Adams Eddie 28:16, 37 Dixon Terry 30:39, 38 Bowen Gary 27:11, 39 Barr Lorna 30:00, 40 Moore Hugh 30:22, 41 Marlton Peter 31:18, 42 Fisher Matthew 33:13, 43 Sheahan Daniel 28:58, 44 Phillips Colin 37:10, 45 Heinicke Simon 33:32, 46 Gardiner Paul 32:49, 47 Edwards Lloyd 32:36, 48 Hansen Danny 30:55, 49 Dang Binh 35:30, 50 Fox Keith 41:40, 51 Blyton Andrew 27:58, 52 Sergi Tony 36:00, 53 White Felix 28:08, 54 Leseberg Darren 30:10, 55 Chapman Kevin 39:19, 56 Page Dolph 33:47.
A large turn out today, being fine and sunny, and after a weekend of running, including The Weston Creek Fun Run, and the Bush Capital Marathon events, saw 63 run today officially.
Another 2 ran the course but didn't wish to be included in the results.
Caroline Campbell did the timekeeping and had a peek at her new handicap for next time she runs. Yes, winners are given a new handicap for their next run.
First today was John Barret in an over the line time of 40:01. He has 695 runs to his credit with a best of 23:23, and 39 runs since his previous win.
An equal time over the line was shared by Julie Quinn and Steve Smith at 40:18 for second and third placings.
Next event for runners is the four peaks in Victoria, numerous runners from Canberra will be participating, doing informal runs at the venues, even though the total event has been cancelled due to illness of the organisers for the last umpteen years, refer below post on this event..
Dear 4 peaks oldies and new entry hopefuls. Very regrettably I must cancel the 32nd running of the event.It maybe another body will restart it for 2011, but this would be extremely doubtful.
I have the deepest concerns for all those dedicated runners/walkers who have pre booked. The inconvenience I impose upon these people on such short notice is unfortunate, to me it's heart breaking.
We have many Volunteers and without them it's true the event couldn't take place. All armies need a leader and Elaine and I have been at the helm for 31 years.
Just the 4 days of the Melbourne Cup Week-end alone uses 140 hrs of our time not to mention about the 400 hrs in lead up time.
Without this I have no option to walk away and leave people stranded for want of a better word.
In just 5 weeks Elaine has been laid low with the worst cancer. There is no absolute cure. Chemo will hopefully extend her longevity, but history tells us italways returnsand no treatment is then possible.
Elaine needs me every minute of this time.
Elaine has a great range of T shirts, 3/4 sleeve fitted ladies T/shirts and singlets and a few windcheaters all $10.00 Men's butch shirts and Singlets and a few children tops all $5.00Hopefully these will be on sale in a Main Street stall. This will be your last chance to have a shirt to commemorate 31 years of 4 peaks. All proceeds will go to wiping out the cancer scourge.
Because of my inability to determine where I'll be at any given time any queries should be directedto Dot Murray mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
or 03 57562620 Our best wishes to all.
Reggie and Elaine