TWH 2022 Club Grand Prix Trophy – after 4 events

Club Events
Hi Harriers
Mitchell & Farrall have them over a barrel

Keith Mitchell & Ali Farrall put in strong performances for the Harriers on Jubilee Sunday.

Due to the completely off road and undulating nature of the course, results are 5-10% below a normal flat road 10k..

Results for the High Elms 10k are as follows:-

  Times %
Keith Mitchell 00:39:23 72.62
Ali Farrall 00:46:43 72.51
James Sarre 00:40:46 70.72
Jillian Holford 00:49:05 70.67
Alex Holmes 00:42:22 68.05
Dave Weston 00:40:24 67.01
Geoff Turner 00:48:31 66.99
Saul Harris 00:45:59 66.45
Craig Chapman 00:44:15 66.22
Nicola Morris 00:52:23 66.22
Joy Croucher 01:03:20 63.10
Ana-Maria Green 00:58:21 62.44
Amanda Smith 00:58:57 59.56
Andrew Deighton 00:54:46 58.29
Jonathan Rickards 01:03:00 57.38
Gary O’Reilly 00:59:15 56.93
Robert Winter 00:50:02 56.70
Janet Bird 01:11:24 55.97

Jillian Holford put in her 4th very strong performance of the season and is doing very well in a tight race for the overall title.

Full details are on the attached pdf.
The next event in the Grand Prix is the Sevenoaks 7 on 10th July, entries via here.
The race takes runners through some of the most beautiful countryside in England. Knole Park is one of the Country’s few remaining Tudor parks, where up to 400 deer roam the 1000 acres of grass and woodlands, including the largest oak tree in the UK. The race is run over 7 miles on grass and paths through the rolling hills of the park.
The club road Grand Prix Trophy is designed to encourage Harriers to race more often, and on equal terms with all other members as the results are adjusted for age and gender. Each race of the eight Kent Grand Prix series counts towards our club road grand prix with a percentage result based on finishing time, age and gender. This percentage is calculated according to the 2015 WAVA scale. The winner is the runner with the best score at the end of the season, that is the average of their best four percentages over the series.
Age graded Percentage guidelines:-
100% Approximate world record level
Above 90% World Class Level
Above 80% National Class Level
Above 70% Regional Class Level

Above 60% Local Class Level

Geoff Turner