CWD 10 September 2022

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EDITORIAL REPORT FOR CWD Saturday 10th September 2022

Chris Clough


Last Sunday 43 members attended Shiralee road for the clubs Sunday run. It was a great morning to be out and about, a few wet patches along the course amongst the gravel and dirt and a few bridges to cross. The course was a ‘out and back course’ where members had the choice of 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 or 12km.

The fastest in each distance were:

Female – Zoe Finlay 15:16, Justine Neville 18:51, Olivia Blore 22:02
Male – Angus Finlay 9:33, Freddie Littlejohn 16:20, Albert Littlejohn 19:22

Female – Milla Jurd 20:06, Lucy Jurd 22:08, Claire Gates 22:50
Male – Peter Finlay 15:51, Mark Thomas 20:12, Mike Cooper 22:26

Female – Rosemary Elkington 30:11, Kelly Jurd 38:16

Male – Paul Anderson 33:08, James Littlejohn 39:01

Female – Kim Roweth 51:56
Male – Hugh Daintith 41:45, Matthew Wilkins 45:02, Peter Regan 48:33

Female – Kim Jarvis 1:07:13

Female – Nicola Blore 1:03:22, Jannell Hooper 1:09:52
Male – Luke Hockey 57:00, Chris Clough 59:28, Maxwell Horne 1:01:05

For our usual Wednesday run 47 members attended Elephant Park completing 1, 2 or 3 laps. Top three men were Jack Daintith 9:51, Peter Finlay 10:58 and Adam Thomas 10:58. The top three women were Milla Jurd 12:18, Isobel Curran 13:04 and Jessica Curran 13:31.

Personal bests were recorded by Angus Finlay by 52 seconds, James Littlejohn by 32 seconds, Jessica Curran by 13 seconds and Adam Thomas by 11 seconds.

Achievement Medals were awarded to Paul Anderson with 75 runs, Merissa Horne with 75 runs, Peter Regan with 100 runs.

A congratulations to one of our upcoming champion runners Maxwell Horne for been selected to compete in Sydney next Tuesday at the ISA Athletics in the 3000m event. We wish Maxwell all the best of luck and he will have all the support from back home.

A reminder to all members, friends and family and the broader community the 2023 Orange Running Festival registrations are now open. Register yourself, family and friends and choose your challenge or training event for the upcoming year.

This Sunday’s run is at Lake Canobolas which is a lap course of 2.5km, members have the choice of 1-4 laps of the course. This is a very enjoyable run for all, and the café is a great spot for a post run pick-me-up. We look forward to seeing you all there.

Please continue to check the website, Facebook and watch your emails for more information on all our club activities and news.

Together we achieve individual goals.

Information provided by Chris Clough