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Bognor Prom 10K
Sun 16 May 2010
20th Michael Whyte 38:49, 38th Andy George 40:21, 47th Terry Avey 40:49, 315th Pat Kearney 48:34.
London Marathon 2010
Sun 25 Apr 2010
Phoenix fielded just four runners this year (Brighton Marathon having attracted a good few). Andy Bone has been just outside that magic 3 hour mark for the last few years (3:02 in 2009) but having trained with single-minded dedication was rewarded with a magnificent 2:54:58 for 715th place. Tom Farsides also smashed decisively through the barrier with a pb by 3:40 to record 2:57:23 (858th). Daren Elliot knocked about 37 minutes from his 2009 time to record 3:19:00 2948th and Lance Bellers running his first marathon, and with training interrupted by injury, managed an impressive 3:27:35 (3954th). Well done everybody.
Sun 18 Apr 2010
Great weather, great organisation, great support. The inaugural Brighton Marathon was a success beyond most people's expectation. And Phoenix featured large on the day. Second claim member, Tom Naylor was, with Tim Hutchins, the event organiser – so hearty congratulations to them. Olympic Champion and club founder Steve Ovett started the race. Mike Whyte and Tim Woodman fulfilled their pacing roles to perfection and, of course, 29 of you took part and came up with some quality performances. We had four runners under three hours led by returning member Neil Boniface (7th in 2:41:23). Mike Greenwood ran the best judged race of all finishing 18th in a time of 2:50:13 which shaves his previous best by some 25 minutes!. Good to see Daryl Hards back in shape and although he slipped back in the closing miles managed an impressive 2:54:36. Max-Patrick Lippert was supposed to be running the Boston Marathon but his plans fell to ash (of the Icelandic variety) but he was offered a last minute place in the race and responded with an even-paced 2:59:42 for 90th position. As you can see from the list here, a further 18 Phoenix athletes finished under four hours with everyone safely home by five. As if that weren't enough, Charlie Grice won the mini mile event. Last year Charlie broke Steve Ovett's 800m Brighton schoolboy record, taking it down to 1:55.80. On Sunday he got to meet the great man in person. Archie Davis was first U13 boy in the mini mile.
7 [2:41:23] BONIFACE, Neil
18 [2:50:13] GREENWOOD, Michael
29 [2:54:36] HARDS, Darryl
56 [2:59:42] LIPPERT, Max-Patrick
90 [3:05:15] TOWNLEY, Mike
121 [3:08:46] PIKE, Jon
133 [3:10:45] BEARD, Leigh
230 [3:16:21] NOVIS, Robert
248 [3:17:29] FIELD, Andrew
269 [3:20:12] BONZI, Alexander
289 [3:20:35] HERRON, Nigel
299 [3:21:21] FRIEND, Brian
306 [3:22:47] POWELL, David
480 [3:28:42] WHYTE, Michael (pacer for 3:30)
771 [3:39:11] HARDS, Peter (Kim)
889 [3:41:51] LYONS, Ivan
962 [3:39:35] MITCHELL, Jon
1084 [3:46:02] McNALLY, Liam
1122 [3:44:40] BIBBY, Rachel
1161 [3:46:31] SHIELDS, Luke
1270 [3:51:45] AVEY, Terry
1318 [3:53:21] HOLBORN, Tony
1509 [3:53:08] SANDILANDS, Tess
1712 [3:54:33] WOODMAN, Tim (pacer for 4:00)
2507 [4:09:19] PERRY, Rachel
3321 [4:24:27] HALL, Joanne
3741 [4:32:10] GREGORY, Louise
3898 [4:40:01] KEMP, Malcolm
4419 [4:42:59] REGAN, Lucy
4729 [4:46:25] MELLO-COSTA, Ananda
Sun 11 Apr 2010
166th Dave Carter 2:45:40
Sussex Road Relays at Christ Hospital 2010
Sat 10 Apr 2010
Seniors men win silver with fantastic fight back by the boys especially Dan, Charlie and Josh). Team - Sam Wade, Max Pickard (U17), Finn McNally, Dan Stepney, Charlie Grice (U17) and Josh Guilmant. Vets Over 60s win bronze despite breaking course record! team Andrew Haig, Andrew Field and Malcolm Kemp Over 50s A team came a creditable 4th. Tony Holborn, Terry Avey and Brian Friend Over 40s A team – 8th Senior women - 9th No juniors! Next year maybe?
Reading Half Marathon
Sun 21 Mar 2010
The Reading Half Marathon seems to attract more and more Phoenix runners each year. Its a fast well-organised mass participation (12000+) event and as such a good try out for the Spring Marathons. Eleven Phoenix Athletes all performed well. Josh Guilmant was our first finisher – 15th in 1:10:12 with Dave Carter (25th 1:12:24), James Miles (57th 1:15:55) and Garry Judd (88th 1:18:09). Andy Bone (120th) broke the 80 minute barrier for the first time with a pb 1:19:54 followed by Tom Farsides (297th 1:25:49), Erica Martin (299th 1:25:47), Lance Bellers (642nd 1:30:23 PB), Anita Jones (1051st 1:34:40 PB), Malcolm Kemp (1136th 1:35:27) and Marc Huws (4548th 1:48:25).
Sun 7 Mar 2010
An astonishing 11 minute pb for Michael Whyte (V1 category) for 423rd place in a time of 2:57:11.
Sun 14 Feb 2010
88 Anita Jones 00:44:02, 13th female
New York City Marathon 09
Sun 1 Nov 2009
Congratulations to Tom Farsides who recorded a PB on the 'slow' NY course
He is now one of a large group of Phoenix athletes who must surely break through that 3 hour barrier next time round.
SEAA 6 & 4 stage Road Relay champs
Sun 27 Sep 2009
The seniors were first Sussex team with great performances all round for 14th place out of 78 completing teams. The over 40 men equalled their best ever position 21/39. Sadly no women's, juniors' or older vets' teams made the start line.
Seniors: Pat Davoren 18:58, Matt Barrie 20:09, James Miles 20:38, Finn Mcnally 19:37, Dave Carter 19:57, Josh Guilmant 19:10
Over 40 men: Daren Elliott 23:50, Lance Bellers 23:13, Ray Matthews 22:50, Gary Thayre 22:21