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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

17 July 2019

Broulee Run/Walk.  The star of the night was Matt Johnsen, who equalled the course record for the 5 kilometres with a sensational time of 15.51.  Matt set this time back on 16 April 2014.  Matt is making a serious attempt to lift his training in preparation for the Melbourne Marathon later this year.  Matt represented Australia at the World University Cross Country Championships in 2012 in USA and he ran in a number of other National Championships when he represented Lamar University whilst on an athletic scholarship in the USA. 

We welcomed Nate Toelleatkinson and Jayden Wong to their first run with the group.  We also welcomed back Louise Cox, having returned from her English home.   She has been a regular runner with the group having registered more than 50 runs.  

Personal best times in the 2 kilometres were recorded by Marcus, Benji and Neil Mackay.  In the 3.5 kilometres, Matt Johnsen’s dad Peter, recorded a personal best.  In the 5 kilometres Sam Selinger-Morris from Sydney improved on her previous time set in January 2018.

2 Kilometres

Andrew McPherson 7.50
Daniel Greenway 9.40
Bruce Dickinson 10.31
Erin Domeny 11.10
Amber Domeny 11.44
Victoria McDermott 11.44
Nate Toelleatkinson 12.22
Jayden Wong 12.34
Marcus Mackay 12.48
Benji Mackay 12.55
Neil Mackay 12.56
Charley Proksch 14.39
David McCann 14.45
Emily Dickinson 14.57
Margaret Dickinson 14.59
Leo Proksch 18.41
Christian Proksch 18.42
Jo Pollock 18.44
Connor McDermott 20.24
Angie Gannon 20.27
Julia McDermott 20.27
Bailey McDermott 20.31

3.5 Kilometres

Andrew Greenway 20.09
Vicki Whitter 23.02
Gary Ashton 23.03
Annie Johnsen 25.47
Mike Kennedy 25.54
Robyn Kennedy 26.22
Peter Johnsen 32.59

5 Kilometres

Matt Johnsen 15.51
Daniel Beby 18.49
Matt Edenborough 19.21
Matt Lambert 20.52
Chris Garcia 21.10
Harrison Gilligan 22.24
Angus Murphy 22.48
Vaughn Gilligan 23.51
Louise Cox 23.55
Jason Domeny 24.32
Yma Carnall 26.59
Garran Carnall 26.59
Sam Selinger-Morris 31.21
Julianne Domeny 31.34

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

10 July 2019

Cold winter winds kept the numbers down for this evenings Broulee run/walk.  We were able to welcome baby Alfie Mackay to his first outing being carried by his mother Eva.  We recruit them young and by the time he is five he will have close to 50 appearances to his credit.

Personal best times were recorded by the other Mackay family members in the 2 kilometres with Marcus, Benji and Neil all improving.  Brenton Cole was the other improver in this event.

Bernadine Lambert improved in the 3.5 kilometres and in the 5 kilometres Lauren Evans recorded her second personal best time in 2 weeks.  Her time of 20.25 was excellent in the conditions.

The two member of Skydive Moruya team in Chris Garcia and Daniel Rowen demonstrated that they can run as well as fly by recording personal best times in the 5 kilometres

2 Kilometres
Erin Domeny 11.02
Victoria McDermott 12.20
Amber Domeny 12.20
Marcus Mackay 13.33
Benji Mackay 14.23
Neil Mackay 14.25
Connor McDermott 16.25
Lachlan Cole 16.38
Brenton Cole 16.39
Peter Johnsen 17.00
Eva Mackay 21.18
Alfie Mackay 21.19
Bailey McDermott 21.24
Julia McDermott 21.26
Robyn Domeny 21.38
Jenny Pollock 21.40

3.5 Kilometres

Bernadine Lambert 18.01
Dylan Holmes 18.37
Finn Holmes 18.48
Regina Knobel 19.13
Julianne Domeny 20.43
Keiran Louttit 20.48
Mike Kennedy 25.04
Robyn Kennedy 27.30

5 Kilometres

Lauren Evans 20.25
Chris Garcia 20.37
Bede Webster 20.44
Matt Lambert 20.51
Dylan Van Der Meulen 20.53
Scott Carver 21.14
Vaughn Gilligan 21.51
Daniel Rowen 23.57
Anthony Miles 24.12
Andrew McPherson 24.13
Gary Ashton 24.22
Jason Domeny 24.44
Nina McLachlan 26.10
Harrison Gilligan 26.25
Julie De Ernsted 27.06
Yma Carnall 29.17
Garran Carnall 29.18

Wednesday, July 3, 2019

3 July 2019

This evening we had 40 starters and of those we had visitors from Melbourne and Canberra as some schools are on holidays.  We welcomed Chris Garcia, Daniel Rowen and Mick Lambert to their first run with the group.  Mick is a well-known identity in the Broulee Surf life saving movement and it is great to see him support the run.

Personal best time in the 2 kilometres were run by Isabella Lopresti, Jordan Hatcher and Audrey Knobel.  In the 3.5 kilometres Justine Beaumont improved her time as did her son Gabriel Kennedy in the 5 kilometres.  Both are regular visitors to Broulee from Melbourne and always compete in the event.  Owen Gordon ran another personal best in the 5 kilometres and he looks set to continue with this improvement.

The 5 kilometres was contested with a strong field with the top 10 placing being under 25 minutes. Clayton was the stand out with a time of 18.28 minutes.  He promises to return and test the local guns in Daniel Beby and Dan Lloyd-Jones.

2 Kilometres

Tino Lopresti 8.43
Isabella Lopresti 9.08
Samson Kennedy 9.09
Jordan Hatcher 9.45
Audrey Knobel 9.54
Justin Murphy 10.11
Liliana Murphy 10.14
Emily Dickinson 12.42
Bruce Dickinson 12.43
Rocco Lopresti 13.47
Laura Lopresti 13.48
Carissa Morgan 16.34
Steve Morgan 16.35
Jenny Pollock 21.35
Erin Domeny 21.56
Robyn Domeny 21.58

3.5 Kilometres

Dylan Holmes 19.53
Finn Holmes 19.55
Justine Beaumont 21.20
Paul Searson 21.27
Mike Kennedy 24.30
Bernadine Lambert 27.43
Mick Lambert 27.44
Robyn Kennedy 28.50

5 Kilometres

Clayton O’Brien 18.28
Bede Webster 20.34
Gabriel Kennedy 20.37
Lauren Evans 20.43
Matt Lambert 20.52
Chris Garcia 21.00
Anthony Miles 22.22
Angus Murphy 22.23
Daniel Rowen 24.08
Gary Ashton 24.15
Jason Domeny 25.31
Owen Gordon 25.58
Yma Carnall 26.22
Julie De Ernsted 27.24
Rob Ryan 30.32
Julianne Domeny 35.05

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

26 June 2019

The shortest day for the year has just gone and 40 starters in this evening’s run cannot wait for the days to get warmer and longer.  We welcomed Darren Drewsen and Jordan Hatcher to their first run with the group.  The Drewsen family filled the first three places in the 2 kilometres and I suspect the father Darren may have been closer to his children if not for a slip on the knotty path!

In the 2 kilometres personal best times were recorded by Erin Drewsen, Liliana Murphy, Regina Knobel, Max Richards, Evelyn Johnston and Andrea Scroope.

In the 5 kilometres the star was Qwen Gordon with 87 seconds personal best time.  He credited this improvement to his new racing shoes!

2 Kilometres

Luke Drewsen 7.39
Erin Drewsen 8.21
Darren Drewsen 9.10
Liliana Murphy 10.06
Angus Murphy 10.08
Audrey Knobel 10.12
Regina Knobel 10.12
Jordan Hatcher 11.16
Max Richards 11.17
Emily Dickinson 11.33
Bruce Dickinson 11.33
Evelyn Johnston 13.11
Andrea Scroope 13.12
Maureen Searson 20.15
Christina Murray 21.55
Jenny Pollock 21.55
Robyn Domeny 22.57
Ashlee Beby 25.44
Mitchell Beby 25.45
Erin Domeny 25.45
Michelle Beby 25.47

3.5 Kilometres

Paul Searson 21.54
Vicki Whitter 22.24
Gary Ashton 22.24
Julianne Domeny 23.45
Mike Kennedy 24.30
Robyn Kennedy 28.36
Peter Johnsen 33.01

5 Kilometres

Daniel Beby 19.03
Bede Webster 20.50
Matt Lambert 20.56
Dylan Van der Meulen 23.46
Andrew McPherson 23.46
Dave Connaughton 23.51
Jason Domeny 24.13
Owen Gordon 24.46
Garren Carnall 26.39
Yma Carnall 26.39
Deb Connaughton 27.29

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

19 June 2019

51 starters participated in Wednesday’s Broulee Run/walk, which was the best field since the cold weather arrived in May.  It was pleasing to see the family groups back and particularly the Mitchell clan.  We welcomed Elizabeth Gyar to her first outing with the group.

In the 2 kilometres personal best times were recorded by Poppy and Hugo Mitchell.  In the 3.5 kilometres the improver was Peter Johnsen.  Peter must be the favourite for the Broulee runner having the greatest number of personal best performances over the 3 distances for 2019.  

In the 5 kilometres the improvers were Owen Gordon and Jason Domeny.  Jason has shown remarkable improvement in his performances since starting with the group in October 2018.

It was pleasing to honour the performances of Stephanie Lunn, Tino Lopresti and Riley Beby, who performed with distinction in representing their schools at the regionals.  Stephanie will now go on the state cross country championships.

2 Kilometres

Riley Beby 7.21
Tino Lopresti 8.04
Mitchell Beby 8.19
Justin Murphy 8.26
Angus Murphy 8.27
Poppy Mitchell 9.28
Isabella Lopresti 9.48
Freya Dunn 10.32
Hugo Mitchell 10.42
Audrey Knobel 10.47
Regina Knobel 10.48
Mirra Boom 10.56
Emily Dickinson 12.04
Bruce Dickinson 12.04
David McCann 14.20
Carissa Morgan 15.55
Steve Morgan 15.55
Richard Fisher 19.06
Elizabeth Gyar 20.41
Erin Domeny 21.40
Robyn Domeny 21.40
Lucinda Mitchell 22.00
Michelle Mitchell 22.01
Teeka Boom 22.01
Keely Boom 22.02
Ashley Beby 22.06
Michelle Beby 22.13
Christina Murray 22.31
Jenny Pollock 22.31

3.5 Kilometres

Laura Lopresti 20.26
Sandra Lunn 20.53
Tim Devane 21.12
Vickie Whitter 22.47
Gary Ashton 22.48
Peter Johnsen 32.43
Susan Pettit 35.18

5 Kilometres

Daniel Beby 17.26
Bede Webster 21.01
Matt Johnsen 21.02
Anthony Miles 23.38
Garran Carnall 23.38
Morgan Pettit 23.41
Dave Connaughton 23.51
Jason Domeny 24.06
Stephanie Lunn 25.17
Owen Gordon 26.13
Deb Connaughton 26.13
Yma Carnall 26.35
Julie De Ernsted 27.59
Max Hadley 29.14
Julianne Domeny 31.54

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

12 June 2019

The expected rain held off and 43 starters performed in warm conditions.  We welcomed Kirsty Dunn, Evelyn Johnston and Andrea Scroope to their first run with the group.

In the 2 kilometres personal best times were recorded by Freya and Sadie Dunn, Audrey Knobel, Jesse Jenkins, and Peter Johnsen.  The stand out over this distance was Mitchell Beby, who recorded his third personal best time in succession.  It could be he is following in his famous fathers’ footsteps, who to tackle the Kona Hawaiian Ironman in October.

In the 3.5 kilometres Vicki Whitter recorded her fourth consecutive personal best.  She is improving rapidly under the coaching of Gary Ashton, who encourages her by running with her each Wednesday.

Lauren Evans ran tonight fresh from a second placing in a half-marathon in Canberra last Monday.

2 Kilometres 

Luke Drewsen 7.50
Mitchell Beby 7.53
Erin Drewsen 8.23
Kobe Jenkins 9.38
Audrey Knobel 10.02
Jesse Jenkins 10.10
Isabella Lopresti 10.11
Freya Dunn 10.13
Sadie Dunn 12.40
Kirsty Dunn 12.40
David McCann 13.33
Evelyn Johnston 14.17
Andrea Scroope 14.18
Mirra Boom 14.43
Erin Domeny 15.17
Rocco Lopresti 15.36
Peter Johnsen 15.59
Carissa Morgan 16.06
Steve Morgan 16.07
Ashlee Beby 21.49
Michelle Beby 21.50
Teeka Boom 22.30
Keely Boom 22.30
Lotte Knobel 22.37
Regina Knobel 22.37

3.5 Kilometres

Janelle Morgan 20.41
Gary Ashton 22.21
Vicki Whitter 22.22

5 Kilometres

Dan Lloyd-Jones 18.55
Daniel Beby 18.56
Matt Lambert 21.48
Bede Webster 21.53
Lauren Evans 23.38
David Connaughton 24.08
Jason Domeny 24.39
Andrew McPherson 24.48
Anthony Miles 25.21
Morgan Pettit 25.22
Deb Connaughton 26.12
Prue Bartlett 26.45
Yma Carnall 27.44
Garran Carnall 31.33
Julianne Domeny 33.50

Wednesday, June 5, 2019

5 June 2019

As the winter wind and cold starts to bite many regulars considered sitting in front of a warm fire more attractive than braving the conditions at this evening’s Broulee Run/walk.   

31 people of all ages and abilities tested themselves over the three distances.  In the 2 kilometres the front runners Tino Lopresti and Mitchell Beby showed their class in recording personal best times and putting a 3 minutes gap over the 3rd place runner.

In the 3.5 kilometres Regina Knobel and Vicki Whitter recorded personal best times.  This is Vicki 3rd personal best time in a row.

The star of the night was Andrew McPherson, who recorded his 200th run.  Andrew started at a modest level recording a time of 27.20 in his first 5 kilometres on 26 February 2014.  Since then he has recorded times of 7.03 in the 2 kilometres, 13.35 in the 3.5 and 20.03 in the 5 kilometres.  He has competed in numerous other longer distance endurance events with distinction.  His wife Michelle and children Declan and Nina are regular starters and they have a combined total of 194 starts between them.

2 Kilometres

Tino Lopresti 7.50
Mitchell Beby 7.55
Laura Lopresti 10.25
Freya Dunn 10.42
Audrey Knobel 10.43
Erin Domeny 10.46
Julianne Domeny 11.30
Emily Dickinson 11.33
Bruce Dickinson 11.34
Carissa Morgan 16.32
Steve Morgan 16.32
Peter Johnsen 20.15

3.5 Kilometres

Regina Knobel 18.10
Andrew Greenway 18.31
Dylan Holmes 20.28
Janelle Morgan 20.30
Finn Holmes 20.32
Gary Ashton 22.12
Vicki Whitter 22.13
David McCann 28.26

5 Kilometres

Daniel Beby 18.18
Bede Webster 21.33
Anthony Miles 23.50
Dave Connaughton 23.55
Jason Domeny 24.33
Andrew McPherson 24.39
Anna Gooch-Andrew 27.56
Yma Carnall 27.59
Garran Carnall 27.59
Deb Connaughton 28.12
Mike Kennedy 36.30