TWH 2022 Club Grand Prix Trophy – after 7 events

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Hi Harriers
 
Furiously Fast Farrell F50 Frenzy

Ali Farrell put in her first F50 performance for the Harriers in Larkfield on Sunday and with a score 83.29% achieved the highest by a Harrier in the competition this year. There was also a strong showing from newcomer Jeremy Brown.

Results for the Larkfield 10K are as follows:-

  Times %
Ali Farrall 00:41:09 83.29
Liam White 00:32:39 81.83
Jillian Holford 00:43:20 80.05
Dillon Hobbs 00:34:37 77.18
Jeremy Brown 00:42:18 76.14
Colin Timmins 00:41:58 76.07
Dave Weston 00:36:39 74.22
Emily Nash 00:41:02 73.92
James Sarre 00:39:44 73.15
Nicola Morris 00:48:06 72.11
Craig Chapman 00:40:42 72.00
Clifford Gray 00:45:04 70.84
Andy Joad 00:45:42 70.48
Anthony Brown 00:39:24 69.85
Joy Croucher 00:57:20 69.71
Maria Gandara 00:52:30 69.40
Rose Sawyer 00:50:53 69.00
Amanda Smith 00:51:38 68.83
Andrew Deighton 00:46:40 68.41
Greg Falconer 00:39:46 68.40
Geoff Hurrell 00:48:08 67.52
Mike King 00:42:18 66.55
Simon Holford 00:45:42 66.30
Richard Quartermaine 00:45:04 66.10
Amelie Karlsson 00:46:09 65.73
George Harris 00:46:01 64.20
Michael Russell 00:49:24 64.05
Matthew Newman 00:44:01 63.95
Martin Smith 00:47:35 62.61
Janet Bird 01:05:15 61.25
Jonathan Rickards 00:59:03 61.22
Sam Dranga 01:17:12 45.48
Peter Nuttall 01:09:50 43.02
The battle for the title looks to be a straight shoot out between Ali and Liam, but maybe, just maybe, Dillon or Jillian will upset the bookies.
Here are the runners and riders for the overall, full details are on the attached pdf.
 
Overall                     % Events
Liam White 80.54 (3)
Ali Farrall 78.42 (4)
Dillon Hobbs 77.80 (3)
Jillian Holford 77.48 (5)
Keith Mitchell 75.12 (5)
Colin Timmins 73.36 (3)
Nicola Morris 72.15 (6)
James Sarre 72.06 (3)
Dave Weston 71.02 (7)
 
 
The next and final event for 2022 in the Grand Prix is the Petts Wood 10k on Sunday 9th October.
 
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