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Last year's race...                            Barretts Canterbury 10 Mile Road Race - January 2011

13 runners from the host club dazzle

IEK performance of the day was Liz Weeks, first female home in 64mins 21secs with Canterbury resident Fran Parke (unattached) marking her debut 10-miler with a sizzling 66mins 20 secs

The only other IEK females on the day were Theresa Johns (76:14) and Janice Moorekite (1hr 43.07)  37th and 249th of 300 females .

Our 3 Seniors Tom Purnell (61:01) James Rouse (63:38) and newcomer Chris Harvey preparing for "London" with 82:15, ran well, but it was the IEK Male vet-60s who collectively caught the eye, dominating their category of 45 runners with 4 fine individual runs.

Trevor Edgely (68:28) was a comfortable winner 40 seconds ahead of two rivals from Sevenoaks AC and Beckenham RC who were only 7 seconds apart while Martyn Rouse (71:22) and Michael Conway (72:50) were 5th and 14th v-60 respectively, with Alan Stopher 31st in 93:22

In the vet-40s, Steve Burt (65:19) and Ian Johns (78:55) were 11th and 94th respectively, with Richard Hudson 61st vet-50 in 1hr 41:27

The story of volunteer helpers follows in pictures....


Club members help dish out electronic tokens....










There's an online entry number in here, somewhere...


Entries on the day were no problem.....


Thanks to vehicles by sponsors Barretts water stations are go


IEK Chip Timing  -  Canterbury 10 Results 2011      865 finishers

IEK Chip Timing  -  Canterbury 10 Results 2010      839 finishers

Manual Timing    -  Canterbury 10 Results 2009      756 finishers

Manual Timing    -  Canterbury 10 Results 2008 (being hunted down)     ? finishers

Manual Timing    -  Canterbury 10 Results 2007      717 finishers

Scroll down for 15 random photos of the whole field at the start.....


Michael Coleman (Medway Maidstone, 830) leads 2011 race from start to finish and finishes 2 minutes clear of the field in 52:44 - Bexley's Mark Jenner (515) will finish 70th in almost 77 mins, just ahead of Tony Piper (306, Dartford RR) - Andrew Walpole (853, Tonbridge) bides his time before storming to 12th, just seconds over 60mins



Richard Horton (471, Deal Tri) will be 66th vet-40 dipping 10 seconds under 75 minutes - Andrew Fletcher (990, Maidstone Harriers) and vet-55 Mark Sluman (509, Dover RR) will end up half a minute apart, both sub-72mins



Ellan Iaquaniello (84, Larkfield AC) will be 21st vet-35 female in just under 78mins - Robin Butler (725, Ashford District) 30th male overall and 3rd vet-40 in 63:28 and Stephanie Thomas (989, unattached) will be 256th of 300 females on the day



Kate Greaves (158, unattached) finishes 46th female vet-45 in 1:33:50 while Sarah Maguire (804, Canterbury Harriers) is 7th Female overall and 3rd vet-35 in 68:04 - here, Sarah and unattached Andrew Roles (78:37) are fending off no fewer than FOUR Thanet RRs... among them Bill Wright (724) 28th of 45 vet-60s







550 is Ian Smith (Canterbury Harriers) who made the top 100 vet-40s among 176 on the day with Tim Warren (639, Ashford District) 259th of 579 Male runners - Helen Spain (206, PFLEET FEET - yep had to read that twice myself...) was 37th vet-35 in 82:16 with Isobel Clift (749, unattached) 65th vet-35. 



Not many number on view here.... 559 is Joe Gallagher (70:03)  892 is Trevor Tierney (RR's Club) will finish 15th vet-60, one minute faster than last year - 410 is Michael Hall (no club declared) who finishes inside top 300 males



Steve Phillips (46, Dartford RR) posted 76:23 - 711 is Margaret Reidy (Deal Tri) the 56th vet-45

190 is Serpentine RC's Liz Wilkinson who crossed the line in 1hr 53:38 and the Deal Tri man (RIGHT) finishes his breakfast

















Golden Oldies -

79 year-old Graham Brooks (No. 62 in Tunbridge Wells stripes) and Lesley Young (11, Dulwich Park Runners) stayed in sight of each other throughout  the 2½hrs they took to enjoy the Kent countryside...