CWD 25th June 2022

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EDITORIAL REPORT FOR CWD Saturday 25th June 2022

By Chris Clough

Our Sunday run at Lake Canobolas attracted 46 members. It was a sunny and lovely day to be out running around the water’s edge. Attending members completed a lap course which was 2.5km long.

The fastest in each distance were:

Female – Justine Neville 24:12, Denise Quinlan 28:26, Ayako Kusui 33:00
Male – Bill Fairgrieve 17:07, John Hannan 24:51, George Rutledge 28:17

Female – Jessica Curran 30:14, Claire Gates 31:28, Sally Postma 32:23
Male – Hugh Daintith 24:31, Iain McLean 24:54, Mike Cooper 28:34

Female – Amy Robinson 38:50, Rosemary Ellkington 55:51, Karren Skelton 58:07
Male – Mark Thomas 36:19, Richard Hogg 45:04, Peter Regan 45:07

Female – Karen Mudge 59:33, Kim Jarvis 1:02:50
Male – Jack Daintith 40:44, Maxwell Horne 46:48, Warwick Blackwell 49:14


For our usual Wednesday run 38 members attended Elephant Park completing 1, 2 or 3 laps. Top three males were Maxwell Horne 11:28, Jack Daintith 11:35 and Daryl Roweth 12:58. The top three females were Danielle Klingberg 14:07, Kinisha Roweth 14:16 and Alicia Anlezark 14:23.

Personal bests were recorded this week by Stacey Yaroslavceff with a 10 second improvement and Maxwell Horne with a 2 second improvement.

Achievements medals for this week were given to Cooper Bennett with 25 runs and Andrew McArdle with 500 runs. 

A mention to some ORC members who headed to the Central Coast over the weekend to run Bay To Bay. Kim and Daryl Roweth, Nicola Blore and Chris Clough completed the half marathon and Lynn and Michael O’Mara for completing the 12km event.

This Sunday’s run is at Jack Brabham Park. This run is a loop course around the fields which is mostly flat and grassy.Wednesday’s run will commence at 4:35pm followed by a mass start at 4:45 and please be finished by 5:30pm.

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Together we achieve individual goals.

Information provided by Chris Clough