East London Runners maintain ELVIS lead
PUBLISHED: 09:00 01 September 2016
Women impress at Barking Park event
East London Runners’ women maintained their lead in the East London Five Interclub Series after finish first at the Barking Park 5k on Monday.
And the men find themselves in a share of first place with Ilford, after finishing second in the penultimate event.
Thomas Grimes was seventh in 16.48, just ahead of Patrick Brown (16.51) and Mark Boulton (16.54), as Dan Gritton (17.48), Dan Senior (18.24) and Daniel Slipper (18.34) completed the scoring six.
Karen Levison (20.31) led the women on her return from injury, as Judith Vonberg (20.35), Roisin Archer (21.50) and Katherine Gardner (22.19) made up the quartet.
And Mark Wyatt defied injury to help Anna Watt (29.14) break 30 minutes for the first time.
Others: Paul Quinton 17.11; Billy Rayner 17.20; Alex Day 17.27; Antonio Martin Romero 17.39; John Booth 17.58; Aaron Browne 18.01; Andy Kumar 18.15; Spencer Evans 18.33; Robert Rayworth 19.20; Ciaran Canavan 19.21; Andrew Baxter 19.58; Ashley Faria 20.10; Neil Gage 20.16; Peter Hatley 20.23; Regis Martin 20.28; Jonathan Wooldridge 2032; Paul Thompson 20.41; Dominic Dragonetti 20.57; Shaliesh Patel 21.00; Grant Conway 21.34; Andrew Howard 21.45; Michael Wilson 21.45; Paul Marshall 22.55; Kieran Brown 2303; Tricia O’Neill 23.23; Sarah Burns 23.24; Lance Fuller 23.56; Doug Mansell 24.33; Fiona Day 24.44; David Hallybone 24.46; Chloe Millan 24.47; Maud Hodson 24.50; Shaun DeSena 25.05; Stuart Barton 25.21; Mary O’Brien 25.52; Sheila Kennedy 26.08; Dave Knight 26.21; Caroline Moore 26.23; John Atkinson 26.54; Amita Morse 27.00; Diana Rexhepaj 28.19; Mark Wyatt 29.16; Maya Goodwin 32.00; Morag Campbell 34.34.
*Aaron Browne won the Lee Valley Velopark one-mile race in 5.12, while Jamie Xavier (46.51) was eighth in the 10k, as Becky Whitwam finished in 66.41.
Dominic Dragonetti ran the 10-mile event in 1:19.02 and Jason Levy clocked 1:35.20.
Paul Marshall finished the Olympic Park Great Local Run 5k in 26.35 for ninth place, with Jakub Czeczotka clocking 27.40.
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