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Sunday, 06 December 2009

Over 60 Men Victorious at Dene Park

 

On a bright Sunday afternoon the over 60 men's team of Andrew Field, Andrew Haig and, celebrating his birthday, Pat Kearney finished 2nd , 4th and 10th respectively to easily retain the title won last year with a 16 point lead over Brighton in 2nd  and Chichester 3rd, a further 3 points back.

The over 50's and over 40's were missing some key runners due to injury but both teams still put in strong performances to register 4th places in their races.

 

Results here

Saturday, 28 November 2009

There was a good turn out for the men's race, though as usual it was thanks to the masters filling the ranks. In what where very soggy conditions underfoot the first Phoenix finisher was Finn McNally in an excellent 5th place and 1st U20. In the league the senior men are up to 3rd. The vets remain 4th.

The ladies are also up to 3rd in division2 helped by Liz Durman's fine 8th place.

 Full Results here

Sunday, 29 November 2009

The last race in this year's Grand Prix series and probably the most challenging of the 10Ks. Add three minutes to your usual time is what one hears. Bearing that in mind - some useful performances here. Lance was actually race leader for, ooh, three seconds before settling for an excellent 17th place.

17th Lance Bellers 41:06, 38th Terry Avey 43:40, 53rd Andrew Haig 45:03, 70th Nathan Broderick  46:28, 194th Jewel O'Connel 54:01

Full results

Friday, 20 November 2009

Faye McClelland Winner female T6

Paul Thomas 2nd male T6

Sunday, 15 November 2009

As this was also the English regionas championship it was always going to be a class field. Quite how classy is shown with the fact that Josh Guilmant ran a superb 31:61, was leading Sussex athlete but managed only 15th place. 40 Phoenix athletes competed and their results can be seen here (select '10K', 'All' and click on the club column heading to group all Phoenix results together. I'm highlighting a few category pllacings and PBs below. If I've missed any please email me.

Finn McNally 34th (3rd U20) 33:33, Dan Stepney 37th 33:43, James Miles 44th 33:55 PB, Ray Matthews 86th 36:09 PB, Erica Martin 114th  (9th senior woman), Tom Holborn 135th 38:03 PB, Lance Bellers 38:32 PB, Liz Durman 206th 39:37 PB

 

The men came second in the team placings and the women third.

 

Sunday, 08 November 2009

61 Phoenix athletes took part and very successful they were too.

Our award winners were:
U11 boys: ist Archie Davis 7:26
U13 boys: 1st Billy White 6:37 course record. 2nd team (White,Foster,Russell)
U17 girls: 1st Beth Kidger 6:57, 2nd Megan Kidger 7:20
U17 boys: 1st Charlie Grice 11:42
Senior men: 1st Josh Guilmant 22:38. 1st team (Guilmant, McNally, Carter). 1st B team (Miles, Pickard, Faulkner)
Senior women: 1st Erica Martin 13:58
Friday Ad Mile: 1st Dan Stepney 4:41, 3rd Ray Matthews 5:14, 1st woman Sundai Boulton 5:40

Full result download

 

Saturday, 07 November 2009

8 miles/24 miles/8 miles  Box Hill, Surrey

74    John Marinko  (55.18/1.36/1.21.03/1.46/57.43) 3.17.30 Cat 15

119 Andrew Triggs (55.53/2.50/1.28.11/1.49/58.07) 3.26.52 Cat 28

Sunday, 01 November 2009

Congratulations to Tom Farsides who recorded a PB on the 'slow' NY course

1075th 3:01:03

He is now one of a large group of Phoenix athletes who must surely break through that 3 hour barrier next time round.

Results here

Sunday, 01 November 2009

Terrible conditions (heavy rain and strong winds) but our gallent Phoenix contingent performed well. This was also the county championship.

Andy Bone 38th 1:24:46 PB, Nigel Herron 43rd !:25:22, Lance Bellers 98th 1:31:37 PB, Andrew Haig 194th 1:37:55, Terry Avey 253rd 1:40:06, Ananda Mello-Costa 855th 2:01:41.

The men were 4th team in the Sussex champs and 8th out of 74 teams completing in the open competition.

Full results

Tuesday, 29 September 2009

Congratulations to Rachel Bibby and Malcolm Hughes as the victors in this year's championships.

Saturday, 24 October 2009

A misty day saw a reasonable turn out for Phoenix, a few more senior men would have been nice though, and there were some good results.
In the U17 women Beth and Megan Kidger scored 2nd and 4th.
Billy White won the U13 boys. Charlie Grice won U17men. In the men's race U20 runners Finn McNally and Sam Wade went well to help the team to 4th. The vet men are 5th.

Sunday, 25 October 2009

Run 5km - Bike 20km - Run 5km

 

57 Erica Martin (24:16.4/46:05.30/21:33.35) 01:31:55.00 Cat 6

91 Liz Halliday (27:54.8/48:09.70/24:19.35) 01:40:23.80 Cat 5

Saturday, 24 October 2009

8th Tom Coates 3:27, 71st Brian Friend 3:57, 184th Jon Pike 4:19

Results

Sunday, 18 October 2009

2nd Bruce Faulkner 38:11, 3rd Darryll Hards 40:09, 4th Lewis Hards 40:25, 8th Terry Avey 43:45, 18th Kim Hards 47:13

Results

Sunday, 18 October 2009

7th Nigel Herron 29:12, 16th Ian Moss 32:04

Results

Wednesday, 21 October 2009

Well done to Nigel Herron for his 2nd place in I age group (45-49)

Saturday, 10 October 2009

Swim 3.8km, Bike 180km, run 42.2km

688 10:51:04  Elisabeth Brama, 8 W25-29 (1:03:27/ 3:16/ 5:47:01/ 4:26 /3:52:55)

Sunday, 04 October 2009

IronMan Triathlon: Swim 3.8km, Bike 180km, Run 42.2km

Rachel Bibby 56th female OA, 16th category

1:14:42

6:19

6:02:54

6:50

4:32:39

12:03:25

Well done to Rachel on an excellent time for her first ironman.

Sunday, 11 October 2009

11th Darryl Hards 2:32:50, 26th Brian Friend 2:47:34, 61st Ian Moss 3:04:08, 62nd Lewis Hards 3:04:27, 86th Terry Avey 3:19:19

Full results

Saturday, 03 October 2009

Isn't life surprising. We've been commenting lately about relatively few women competing in running events and then bingo! – an unheard of four teams are entered for this event. What's more we've shown what we can do – with the A team (Erica Martin, Sundai Boulton and Liz Durman) winning a neck and neck battle with Horsham Blue Star for first spot. The B team(Angel Collins, Rachel Phelps, Erica Martin) would have placed seventh but for Erica running a second leg. As it was the C team (Deb Friis, Faye McClelland, Liz Halliday) were placed 9th and the D team (Hildi Mitchell, Sue Hudson and Ananda Mello-Costa) placing 13th.

The senior men also triumphed with Dave Carter, Charlie Grice, James Miles and Finn McNally running themselves into second place.

Elsewhere Archie Davis and Billie White ran great legs in the U13 boys event but lacked a third runner for what might have been a winning team. The U15 boys (Luke Reynolds, Jack Donaghy and Robbie Fitgibbon) were 4th team. Paul Collicutt and Malcolm Hughes ran well for the masters but alas were two runners short.

Full Results

Sunday, 04 October 2009

As Ananda puts it on the forum  ' Phoenix was everywhere...'  Yup, 14 of us ran this on another sensational late summer day on the Downs. Essentially a trail run this is certainly undulating and features a couple of serious climbs. Some great performances here.

7th Bruce Faulkner 1:04:19, 18th Andy Bone 1:07:11, 22nd Joe Francis 1:07:41, 31st Lance Bellers 1:09:01, 44th Brian Friend 1:11:51, 49th Daren Elliot 1:12:12, 69th Simon Roberts 1:14:14, 81st Jim Whitelegg 1:15:40, 91st Andrew Haig 1:17:02, 95th Roland Harrington 1:18:08, 98th Ian Moss 1:18:56, 135th Liz Halliday 1:22:51, 181st Faye McClelland 1:29:22, 244th Ananda Mello-Costa 1:47:39

Full results

Sunday, 27 September 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

Full results

 

 

Wednesday, 30 September 2009

Malcolm Hughes 323.67 points. 1st age group 45-49. 8th over all.

Monday, 31 August 2009

500m swim / 23km bike / 6km run

59. Ananda Mello-Costa (11:20/47:40/33:59) 1:32:59

Sunday, 13 September 2009

1.5km swim / 40km bike / 10km run

375.  Anita Jones (32:53/1:08/1:08:35/0:46/45:11) 2:28:35

Monday, 31 August 2009

Well done to Anita Jones finishing 4th female with 21 points.

Monday, 31 August 2009

426m swim / 21km bike / 5km run

62. Anita Jones (9:29/37:54/20:43)1:10:26. A new PB

Sunday, 27 September 2009

Hot, hilly and the most gorgeous autumn morning you could wish for. The increasingly popular Firle Running Festival hosted a Half marathon and a 10k with most (including five Phoenix athletes) opting for the former. Tom Coates  was our star with a sensational run for third place in a field of 300+

3rd Tom Coates 1:25:38, 48th Jon Pike 1:43:25, 64th Lenka Sobotkova 1:45:40, 89th Andrew Haig 1:49:08, 169th Rachel Perry 2:00:55.

Full results

Sunday, 20 September 2009

Fourteen athletes competed the Hove Prom 10K. Unfortunately there were only two women among them. A third might well have netted us the £270 team prize (nine to count of which three needed to be women). This shouldn't take away though from some fantastic performances with James Miles – second overall and Erica Martin – winner of the  women's race, showing the way. There were no fewer than eight pbs as well.

2nd James Miles 34:51, 17th Joe Francis 37:26 PB, 23rd Andy Bone 37:40 PB, 28th Ray Matthews 38:04 PB, 29th Erica Martin 38:06 ist woman, 33rd Nigel Herron 38:23, 38th Tom Farsides 38:51, 43rd Lance Bellers 39:02 PB, 47th James Hayward 39:16 PB, 51st Paul Collicutt 39:43, 72nd Jim Whitelegg 40:52 PB, 83rd Andrew Haig 42:48 1st M60, 143rd Faye McCLelland 47:37 PB, 250th Paul Thomas 71:58 PB.

Full results here

Sunday, 13 September 2009

34th Lance Bellers 40:07, 70th Andrew Haig 42:49 First V5 overall and Sussex AG gold, 103rd Liz Halliday 46:16, 153rd Fay McClelland 52:09, 224th  Paul Thomas 1:14:01 PB

Open race results

Sussex champs and challenge results

Sunday, 06 September 2009

27th Andrew Haig 1:41:46, 77th Pat Kearney 1:56:13

Sunday, 06 September 2009

244th Paul Thomas 1:15:21

Monday, 31 August 2009

44th Terry Avey 20:24, 84th Liz Halliday 23:34, 110th Andrew Haig 25:07

Sunday, 30 August 2009

47th Terry Avey 43:04, 54th Andrew Haig 43:21, 85th Liz Halliday 46:15, 168th Ananda Mello-Costa 54:30, 188th Carolyn Austen 58:19

Sunday, 30 August 2009

750m open swim/20km bike/5km run

42    6 mi    Nigel Herron……..01:19:31

185   7 ff     Kate Fenlon          01:36:40

225   4 fk    Sue Hudson          01:51:52

 

Saturday, 29 August 2009

1900swim/ 60mile bike / 21.1k run

23. Elisabeth Brama  05:28:34 2nd female

52. rachel bibby 06:04:19 7th female

Saturday, 15 August 2009

Location: Hyde Park, London
Swim Open 300m / Bike 10k / Run 3k

31

McClelland, Faye

TRI4

1

female

GBR

00:06:07

00:01:05

00:17:46

00:01:00

00:15:42

00:41:38

22

Thomas, Paul

TRI3

6

male

GBR

00:08:03

00:02:17

00:19:29

00:01:54

00:23:42

00:55:23

 

 

 

Saturday, 15 August 2009

Location: Seaford Beach
Swim Open 750m / Bike 20k / Run 5k

10

Sheeran, Richard

00:09:51

00:37:00

00:21:13

01:08:04

 

Saturday, 15 August 2009

 Location: Seaford Beach
Swim Open 750m/ Bike 40k / Run 10k

14 Bonzi, Alex 15:21 01:12:51 43:07:00 02:11:19
15 Rollings, Robert 15:47 01:09:44 45:56:00 02:11:27
32 Gifford, David 41:20:00 02:18:12

 

Sunday, 16 August 2009

Swim Open 1.5k / Bike 43k / Run 10k

9. Liam Mcnally (22:54/0:58/1:10:02/0:33/36:30) 02:10:59 AG 6

21. Malcolm Hughes (25:57/0:57/1:07:37/0:35/37:51) 02:12:59 AG 1

78. John Marinko (31:58/0:44/1:08:58/0:34/41:20) 02:23:37 AG 14

139. Andrew Field (34:07/1:27/1:14:58/0:57/41:40) 02:33:11 AG 2

Sunday, 16 August 2009
Swim 1.5 km, bike 40 km, run 10 km

40

Harrington , Roland

AG 9

00:26:26

01:11:56

00:45:37

02:23:59

93

Simpson , Colin

AG 1

00:29:16

01:19:39

00:45:34

02:34:29

 

Sunday, 26 July 2009

Excellent performances by a decent Phoenix turn-out at this Sussex 'Fell Race'

4th Tom Coates 35:35, 11th Andy Bone 38:49, 18th Brian Friend 42:56, 30th Ian Moss 45:20, 39th Malcolm Kemp 46:34, 47th Lenka Sobotkova 47:14, 63rd Pat Kearney 49:21

Full Results

Monday, 03 August 2009

492. JONES Anita (36:42/ 2:35/ 2:42:35/ 1:55/1:49:03) 5:10:57

Thursday, 30 July 2009

7. Malcolm Hughes (9:32/40:55) 00:50:27........ 1st mv

33. Rachel Bibby (10:57/47:32) 00:58:29 ..........3rd fs

Wednesday, 29 July 2009

Eight Phoenix athletes braved atrocious conditions at the Bexhill Runners' SGP 5k. A two lapped course meant the runners faced nearly 3km into torrential rain and strong winds.

17th Erica Martin 18.52 (2nd woman)
19th Andy Bone 18.57 (3rd vet)
28th Nigel Herron 19.14 
44th Lance Bellers 20.02
65th Terry Avey 20.54 
71st Michael Whyte 21.09 
81st Andrew Haig 21.34
202nd Carolyn Austen 27.00 

Sunday, 19 July 2009

68 Liam McNally (23:21/1:21/1:07:41/0:52/37:05) 02:10:20

91 Malcolm Hughes (25:27/1:03/1:05:48/0:47/39:18) 02:12:23

282 Andrew Seivewright(26:31/1:56/1:14:50/1:06/42:51) 02:27:14

319 Alex Bonzi(30:49/1:27/1:15:31/0:54/40:45) 02:29:26

532 Debbie Evers (30:26/1:32/1:24:31/1:13/50:17) 02:47:59

537 Elizabeth Halliday (34:13 /2:26/1:25:08/1:17/45:32) 02:48:36

 

Olympic Distance Paratri

 

3 Faye McClelland (30:53/2:19/1:20:20/1:03/47:01) 02:41:36

10 Paul Thomas (39:53/4:20/1:26:16/2:56/1:18:19) 03:31:44

Saturday, 18 July 2009

The format of this is a race within a race between the three Brighton Clubs at the Hove Park time-trials. Despite the short notiice nine Phoenix athletes competed. If I've understood the scoring system correctly (smallest club entry minus 3 to determine the number of scorers and points awarded according to position of competing club runners). This gave six to score and our team were Dave Carter 3rd 16:03, James Miles 5th with a 16:42 pb for the event, Tom Coates 9th 17:48, Miles Davidson 12th 18:22, Garry Thayre 14th 18:30 and John Marinko 24th 19:33. Brighton and Hove won it with 30 points, we were second with 49 points and Arena last with 92 points.

Other Phoenix runners were: Andrew Neighbour 45th 21:02, Andrew Haig 49th 21:31 and Deb Friis 61st 22:40 (a pb for the event by 9 seconds)

Sunday, 12 July 2009

5. Brighton Phoenix (Malcolm Hughes, Ro Harrington and Chris Mills) 1:40:42 (15:11/2:06/51:17/1:01/31:01)

Sunday, 05 July 2009

European championships Junior ( Sprint distance)
Sopie Coleman ... 1.00.01 (10.18, 31.18, 17.39) 5th overall

Saturday, 04 July 2009

Age group races (standard distance)
Malcolm Hughes .... 2.18.21 (28.16,1.06.41,42.20) ....17th in age group
Anita Jones .... 2.42.09 (33.40,1.19.18,48.07) ... 11th in age group
Debbie Evers ... 2.50.03 (31.53, 1.24.01, 52.44) .... 16th in age group
Sue Hudson ... 3.32.30 (39.03,1.36.35,1.14.51) ... 10th in age group

Sunday, 05 July 2009

This demanding SGP fixture is run around the picturesque the lake in East Sussex. Despite stiles, water hoses and a large rabid brown dog, Phoenix had six finishers.

Max Libbert 1:39:39 15th
Lance Bellers 1:54:14 76th
Tom Farsides 1:55:03 80th
Brian Friend 2:00:50 127th
Ivan Lyons 2:08:22 210th
Terry Avey 2:13:30 261st

668 runners finished

Sunday, 28 June 2009

Erica Martin 21st (2nd senior woman) 40:27, Terry Avey 61st 45:46, Ivan Lyons 81st 48:21, Liz Halliday 109th 50:33, Carroline Austen 192nd 1:02:01

Saturday, 27 June 2009

34. Nigel Herron 58.59 (PB)

Thursday, 25 June 2009

 

NAME,  Finish Time,  Actual time,  Handicap start time
              
Daren Elliott    60.08    33.38    26.30   
Peter Cargan    60.25    40.25    20.00   
Chris Mills    60.40    33.40    27.00   
Kate Fenlon    60.48    51.48    9.00   
Andrew Neighbour    60.51    36.21    24.30   
Ian Pearce    61.19    38.19    23.00   
Mike Greenwood    61.20    32.05    29.15   
Miles Davidson    61.26    31.26    30.00   
Dave Carter    61.32    28.32    33.00   
Abby Regan    61.34    34.49    26.45   
Andy Bone    61.36    33.06    28.30   
Luke Shields    61.37    38.07    23.30   
Robbie Fitzgibbon    61.47    34.02    27.45   
Jim Whitelegg    61.51    35.36    26.15   
Hildi Mitchell    61.59    42.14    19.45   
Dave Lague    62.06    36.36    25.30   
John Marinko    62.09    33.54    28.15   
Lucy Regan    62.14    46.59    15.15   
James Miles    62.18    30.18    32.00   
Faye McClelland    62.23    43.53    18.30   
Roland Harrington    62.28    36.28    26.00   
Simon Roberts    62.32    36.47    25.45   
Ananda Mello Costa    62.50    48.20    14.30   
Malcolm Hughes    62.53    33.53    29.00   
Carolyn Austen    62.57    47.57    15.00   
Tom Farsides    63.05    34.20    28.45   
Anita Jones    63.08    39.08    24.00   
Deb Friis    63.12    41.57    21.15   
Rachel Bibby    63.22    39.37    23.45   
Cathryn Walsh    63.45    44.45    19.00   
Malcolm Kemp    63.49    39.04    24.45   
Paul Thomas    64.28    63.28    1.00   
Kate Kidger    65.22    40.37    24.45   
Beth Kidger    65.22    40.37    24.45   
Colin Simpson    65.25    38.25    27.00

Sunday, 21 June 2009

Run 1.   Swim 1.5km / Bike 41.3km / Run 9.06km

31 Liam Mcnally 02:06:31 AG8 (20:47/ 1:27/ 01:11:08/ 0:44 /32:25)
41 Malcolm Hughes 02:08:10 AG3 (23:30/ 0:49/ 01:07:50 /0:36 /35:25)

 

 

 

Sunday, 14 June 2009

Windsor Triathlon (1.5k swim/40k cycle/10k run)

187 John Marinko 02:25:17 AG41 (30:43/01:38/1:07:48/01:12/43:56)
571 Rachel Bibby 02:37:35 AG4 (29:00/01:56/1:16:53/01:41/48:05)
786 Rachel Perry02:43:42 AG7 (29:57/01:39/1:18:24/01:44/51:58 )
1000 Erica Martin02:49:34 AG19 (34:21/02:37/1:27:03/02:02/43:31)

Sunday, 14 June 2009
Swim 400m  
Bike 25 km  
Run 5km  

13th Nigel Herron----------------------(9:04, 39:39, 20:46, 1:09:29)
34th Ro Harrington--------------------(7:57, 43:10, 22:12, 1:13:19)
38th Chris Mills------------------------(9:33, 43:12, 21:16, 1:14:01)
76th Stuart Townsend----------------(9:57, 47:09, 22:01, 1:19:07)
211th Sue Hudson--------------------(10:57, 53:53, 33:59, 1:38:49)
213th Ananda Mello-Costa-----------(16:43, 52:30, 29:50, 1:39:03)

Sunday, 14 June 2009

Ray Matthews  78th  01:31:25

Wednesday, 10 June 2009

4th Dave Carter 33:19, 6th James Miles 34:13 PB, 80th Terry Avey 41:13, 84th Lance Bellers 41:28, 158th Andrew Haig 44:22, 222nd Deb Friis 46:37, 420th Carolyn Austen 54:00, 439th Ananda Mello-Costa 55:05

Saturday, 06 June 2009

Pos Men Women
Elite Seniors
1st Stuart Hayes 1:01:10 Jodie Stimpson 1:08:24
2nd Jonny Brownlee 1:01:15 Non Stanford 1:08:39
3rd Aaron Harris 1:01:20 Sophie Coleman 1:09:12
Elite Juniors
1st Tom Bishop 1:02:41 Sophie Coleman 1:09:12
2nd Josh Daniels 1:03:10 Lucy Hall 1:12:06
3rd Rob Bowles 1:04:21 Holly Lawrence 1:12:11
 

Sophie Coleman:
"I had a good swim, and I'm much more confident in that now after working really hard with Glenn (Cook) all winter. I was closer to the front of the seniors this year, than I was to the juniors last year, so that's progress - 40 seconds down maybe? The long run to transition is in my favour! I knew I had to hammer the bike to catch up, and we caught Lucy/Jodie on the third lap. It all went a bit wrong in T2 - my hands and feet were like ice blocks! So, I lost time there and couldn't make up that deficit. Still, I'm happy with my result."

Saturday, 06 June 2009

18 PAUL THOMAS   01:46:56

Monday, 08 June 2009

Phoenix A....8th A team and 9th overall in 11.38.57
Phoenix B.... 2nd B team and 13th overall in 12.12.44
Phoenix L... 6th Ladies and 38th overall in 14.02.17

In the Cooper Cup which is 'age graded' for all teams
Phoenix B (old Boys !) were an excellent 3rd
Phoenix A were 12th
Phoenix L were 40th


NEW PHOENIX RECORDS
Ladies
Erica Leg 6 ..... 35.49
Rachel Leg 12 ..... 42.08
Anita Leg 15..... 45.53

Seniors (Mike was the only one running !)
Mike G Leg 16..... 25.06

Vets
Mike T Leg 1 ..... 47.24
John M Leg 2 ..... 41.23 (Malcolm had broken it earlier in the day)
Andy B Leg 4..... 47.46
Phil H Leg 5 ..... 35.55
Mike T Leg 7 ..... 34.54
Andy B Leg 10 ..... 23.26
Ray M Leg 16 .... 26.33

Monday, 25 May 2009

4th Tom Coates 37:19, 43rd Terry Avey 45:44, 71st Pat Kearney 48:06

Wednesday, 27 May 2009

12th Erica Martin 18:47, 19th Ray Matthew 19:27, 39th Terry Avey 21:29

Sunday, 31 May 2009

800m 40km 10km

 

8.BobNovis(12:19/0:45/1:01:27/0:37/39:35)01:54:45AG1

64.LizHalliday(16:02/1:49/1:19:33/0:46/49:16)02:27:27AG3

Liam Mcnally, (11:46/1:18/1:22:24/0:50/39:44) 02:16:03DQ

Sunday, 31 May 2009

400m 20km 5km

7JohnMarinko(7:33/0:41/33:09/0:36/21:44)01:03:45AG2

14TimWoodman(7:00/0:35/35:04/0:27/22:48 )01:05:55AG1

33AnitaJones(7:43/0:34/38:20/0:25/24:21)1:11:260AG2

Saturday, 23 May 2009

92     MALCOLM HUGHES 02:16:45

338  DEBORAH EVERS 02:48:08

 

Sunday, 24 May 2009

97. Nigel Herron 2:07:30 AG12(45-49)
112. John Marinko 2:08:37 AG20(40-44)

Sunday, 17 May 2009

Just four Phoenix athletes took up the Sussex challenge. No matter - there are three races to go in the series and its best of three to count.

Daren Elliot 57th 40:33, Terry Avey 121st 43:06' Ivan Lyons 174th 44:41, Pat Kearney 283rd 47:04

Sunday, 17 May 2009

20  Nigel Herron  1:01:51

Saturday, 16 May 2009

10. Nick Dwyer (Lewes Wanderers) 23.10
20. Nigel Herron 24.38
 

Sunday, 17 May 2009

17 Bob Novis  01:14:49  AG1

22 Liam McNally 01:16:08  AG3

36 Nick Dwyer 01:19:00

38 John Marinko 01:19:16

87 Andrew Field 01:24:24  AG1

93 Stuart Townsend 1:25:17

265 Kaye Dwyer 01:41:44

314 Ananda Mello-Costa 01:49:13

322 Sue Hudson  01:52:29  AG2

Sunday, 10 May 2009

14th Bruce Faulkner 38:12, 63rd Lance Bellers 43:21, 175th Andrew Haig 49:18, 280th Carolyn Austen 57:14

Sunday, 10 May 2009

Swim Open (750m)  /  Bike (20k)  /  Run (5k)

 

106  Tim Woodman (13:56/41:09/19:43) 1:14:48 AG6 Qual4

309  Debbie Evers (15:28/48:24/23:37) 1:27:29 AG7 Qual2

Sunday, 10 May 2009

15. Bob Novis 57:40
32. Nigel Herron 1:00:17
42. Don Parker 1:01:34

Sunday, 03 May 2009

24th Daren Elliot 1:42:16

Monday, 04 May 2009

81.Anita Jones (9:57/39:15/22:51)01:12:03 AG4

Sunday, 03 May 2009
Sunday, 03 May 2009
Sunday, 26 April 2009

Gold for S, Coleman

Sunday, 19 April 2009
Sunday, 26 April 2009

Dave Carter  2:34:35  93rd

James Miles  2:55:39 PB  668th

Andy Bone  3:02:14 PB   1061th

John Marinko  3:04:21 PB   1167th

Erica Martin  3:05:07 PB  73rd

Mike Greenwood  3:14:00 PB  1918th

Andrew Field  3:20:12   2494th

Ray Matthews  3:28:00   3377th

Anita Jones  3:30:44 PB   534th

Mark Bayliss 3:37:05   4575th

Brian Friend  3:41:46   5234th

Roland Harrington  3:42:09  5302rd

Daren Elliott  3:56:28  7805th

Andrew Seivewright  4:10:50  10539th

Sunday, 19 April 2009

Lance Bellers 52nd 33:22, Terry Avey 59th 33:45, Ananda Mello-Costa 224th 44:36, Carolyn Austen 231st 44:54, Sue Hudson 269th 49:09

Sunday, 19 April 2009

45.Nigel Herron (30:38/0:42/1:07:46/0:31/30:55) 2:10:35 AG 7

7.5km run/ 40km bike/ 7.5km run

Monday, 13 April 2009

Quite a few Phoenix runners in this popular Easter Monday race although many representing their second claim fun run clubs.
Daryll Hard
s 14th 38:20, Sophie Coleman 20th 38:41, Lewis Hards 33rd 40:05, Daren Elliot 39th 40:47, Terry Avey 100th 44:35, Kim Hards 121st 45:25, Brian Friend 129th 45:46, Andrew Neighbour 150th 46:51, Carolyn Austin 424th 57:46, Sue Hudson 508th 1:06:28.

Saturday, 11 April 2009

The senior men (Josh Guilmant, Matt Barrie, Dave Carter, Gus Kennedy, Finn McNally, James Miles) took bronze with Josh running a fantastic 9:55 for individual silver. Senior women (Erica Martin, Jody Oliver, Liz Durman) were 4th. Vet men 40 were 5th and vet men 50 were 7th. U13 girls were 7th. Beth Kidger took individual bronze in the U15 girls race. Robbie Fitzgibbon was 4th fastest in U13 boys.

Monday, 13 April 2009
Monday, 13 April 2009

Provisional results;

19. Malcolm Hughes (27:48/49:39/20:26) 1:37:56 AG1st

31. Nigel Herron (28:24/51:50/20:52) 1:41:10 AG3rd

35. John Marinko (27:50/52:32/21:28) 1:41:54 AG7th (qualifies for Euro’s)

Sunday, 05 April 2009

Congratulations to Mike Murphy for his excellent sub-three hours. 2:58:36 (chip time). He'll be an inspiration to others inf Malcolm's training group who are targetting the same mark in London. Watch this space!

Sunday, 05 April 2009

18th Miles Davidson 2:13:57, 40th Andy Field 2:21:12, 97th Roland Harrington 2:32:46, 362nd Ananda Mello-Costa 3:32:52

Sunday, 29 March 2009

Josh  Guilmant 15th 01:08:55 pb
Dave Carter 25th 01:11:22
James Miles 61st  01:14:31 pb
Thomas Coates 138th 01:19:52
Garry Judd 237th 01:22:53
Erica Martin 287th  01:24:45
David Gifford 347th 01:26:13
Malcolm Kemp 2121th  01:43:02

Sunday, 15 March 2009

A modest turnout by Phoenix standards but what grouping! With nearly 4000 runners all our athletes finished in a half hour slot. Daren Elliot 313rd 1:32:29, Rob Lyons 457th 1:37:45, John Doonan 531st 1:38:49, Jon Mitchell 588th 1:40:10, Terry Avey 596th 1:40:17, Ivan Lyons 710th 1:42:43, Hildi Mitchell 1791st 1:59:15, Debbie Evers 1966th 2:01:38   

Saturday, 07 March 2009

There was Phoenix representation across the board in Sussex vests for the Inter-county championships. Star of the day was Charlie Grice who was 6th in the U15 boys. Sophie Coleman suffered cramp problems in the early part of her race and will be disappointed with her, otherwise impressive, 10th spot in the under 20 women’s race. She was hoping for a top 5 position to cement her claim for a GB place in the World Championships.

Other Phoenix placings: James Miles 256th SM, Finn MacNally 114th U17B, Robbie Fitzgibbon 46th and Billy White 64th U13B, Liz Durman 209th SW, Beth Kidger 103rd and Megan Kidger 263rd U15G.

Sunday, 01 March 2009

Bob Novis 33rd 1:46:29, Andy Field 34th 1:46:29

Sunday, 01 March 2009

Rat Matthews 62nd 1:32:30 John Doonan 109th 1:36:07, Terry Avey 164th 1:40:49, Ivan Lyons 168th 1:41:13, Carolyn Austen 731st 2:13:19

Saturday, 28 February 2009

With some of our senior men absent it was always going to be a big ask to get into the medals at this final league race given their disastrous race 1 turnout. Amazingly with Dave carter  (6th), Matt Barrie (7th) and Dan Stepney (15th) leading the way we managed the bronze medal. The vets performed well as ever but finished (just) in fourth spot.

The senior women had another poor turnout and although Erica Martin excelled for fifth they languish 7th out of eight first division teams and are in danger of relegation to division 2 next season.

Elsewhere Charlie Grice completed a fantastic season with another win to become individual champion with his U15 team making 5th.  Under 17 boys came fourth overall with good seasons By Finn MacNally and Max Pickard. Under 15 girls were 4th and there was no under 17 team. Under 13 results were declared after three matches and the under 13 boys were top Phoenix team making silver.

Sunday, 22 February 2009

Stand out performances by Dave Carter (4th in 1:13:07) and James Miles (8th in 1:15:57) gave the senior men second team spot with Tom Naylor (35th in 1:20:32) and Mike Murphy (43rd in 1:21:16) completing the A team line-up. Age category awards Andy Field (1st M60 1:28:46, Bob Novis (3rd M50-59 1:23:42). In the womens race Erica Martin ran a fine 1:25:37 for 8th place with Sharon Young (57th 1:36:28), Anita Jones (68th 1:37:39) and Carolyn Austin (968th 2:11:24) taking the ninth team spot out of 60 completing. 30 Phoenix athletes competed in total.

Saturday, 21 February 2009

Sophie Coleman came 6th junior women. Charlie Grice 16th U15. Liz Durman 137th senior women. Pat Davoren 166th senior men. Malcolm Hughes 800th, Ian Moss 1101th.

Saturday, 10 January 2009
Despite a great turn out and three runners in the top ten (Josh 2nd, Dave 9th and James 10th) the senior men are still stranded in fourth spot. It seems the poor scoring in the first race of the season will be just too much to claw back. The vets continue to show great form but have slipped a place to fourth but are certainly in a position to medal on the last race. There were only two finishers in the women’s race and they are now down to seventh. The goal will be to avoid a drop to division two at Lancing. Elsewhere the U13 boys have resolutely hung on to silver position by a slender margin but the girls have slipped a few places to 10th. They finish in those positions since this age group is being scored on three races only. The U15 girls just retain third spot and the U15 boys are up to fifth with another winning run by Charlie Grice. No under 17 girls team but the boys have moved up another place to fourth. Paul Thomas, AWAD (Athletes with a Disability) Phoenix member, running with the aid of poles, managed to do 6km (3 laps) which is further than he has ever run before. Congratulations to him.

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