Some 46 runners today, but Laura Toyne, who had a win a few weeks previously, recorded a DNF Today.
Anne Young didn't start today, but on Sunday ran her 60 th Half Marathon in a W 75 record of 2 hr 42 min 16 secs. No wonder shw got such a rousing reception when she finished.
Rad's half Marathon time was 2:32 or so, yet still ran today, and showed us his treasured records and a youngish photo.
Kathleen Bleakley, ran off early, still suffering Jet Lag after her whirlwing tours of the last few weeks. Damian Wright kept the times after his win last week, and Julie Quinn went for a run, but not in the Stakes today. Helen Larmour was late to start and almost the last to finish, pipped to the line by Ian Hore. Terry Levings was 30th across the line, Axel Godeck 32 nd over, Bob Harlow 35 th across, Rad 37 th across, Carolyne Kramar 39 th across, Peter Hogan was a well dressed spectator, and Greg Webster put in a an appearance, the first since the removal of the bars close to the start, which he used to hurdle early in his runs.
First today was Heather Powrie, Second was Keith Fox and Third place was Terry Dixon.
Last week's winner, Damian Wright did time keeping duty today, he has not been running very long, but is keen to participate, so we'll see more of him in the future.
Missing today were those who know Geoff Hawke, I think it was his mother's 's funeral today. I was told the funeral notice was in last Saturday's Canberra Times