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Monday, May 23, 2011

wednesday's run - 18th may 2011

Results for today's run:

3.5 km: Dan Lloyd-Jones - 14.34, Simon Fearn - 19.05, Jill Brown - 19.13, Robyn Kennedy - 29.16.

5 km run: Dave Connaughton - 24.16, Taryn Carver - 26.12, Tina Clare - 26.12, Mike Kennedy - 27.39.

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Bush Capital Bush Marathon Festival ..... July

There are a number of Broulee Runners who are training towards one of the races being held on Saturday, 30th July at the Bush Capital Marathon Festival.

Where: Campbell High School, Canberra
When: SATURDAY, 30th July
Events: 60 km ultra, 42.2km bush marathon (can be done in a relay as well), 16km bush walk or run, 25 km bush run, 5 km run and walk and later in the day, a 10km run and walk.

An off road running and bush walking event.

So far, we have Broulee Runners training for the ultra, the marathon, the 25 km and 16 km runs .......

wednesday's run - 11th may 2011

Today's results:

2 km run: Jono Hosking - 16.54.

3.5 km run: Sam Lavender - 16.02, Ellen Hosking - 17.18, Mike Kennedy - 18.48, Ruby Johnsen - 19.59, Simon Fearn - 20.16, Robyn Kennedy - 26.02, Annie Johnsen - 32.05.

5 km run: Adrian Connor - 23.28, Dave Connaughton - 23.39, Ross Haywood - 26.18, Tina Clare - 26.39.

Monday, May 9, 2011

Tidbinbilla - ACT Mt Running Championships

Congratulations to Dave on his fabulous run on the weekend. We are missing you on the Wednesday runs!

Here is a race report from race organiser John Harding:


Eight-time Australian mountain running representative David Osmond added to his long list of previous wins in the ACT Mountain Running Championship when he ran an excellent tactical race to take out today’s Championship on the Camelback Trail in Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve. Osmond trailed David Hosking by 11 seconds on the first of the three 4 km loops but picked up his pace by 31 seconds on the second lap to surge to a strong lead which he maintained to the finish in 55.22.

Hosking finished second in 57.06 for the 12 kms and James Stewart was third in 1.02.35.

There was a major upset in the women’s 8 km Championship when Elizabeth Humphries showed brilliant downhill speed to win in 40.27, with reigning Australian champion Vanessa Haverd, a renowned uphill and long distance runner, second in 42.33. Humphries stamped herself as a strong contender for medal honours in the Australian Championships in Brisbane on 29 May. Samantha Rampant was third in 59.25.

Australia’s top junior male orienteer Lachlan Dow of Bushflyers Orienteers took out the 8 km Junior Men’s Championship with a strong 39.13. The open men’s 8 kms was won by John Kennedy in 46.46 from George Mason in 47.37.

Saturday, May 7, 2011

I love to run

Thanks to Speedy Geoff for these ...... they are just fabulous!

To all the mums out there - HAPPY DAY for tomorrow

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

excuse no 44

You know who you are ..............

excuse no 33

Hope it's better soon!