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Saturday, 31 December 2011

First Name Surname Team Finish Time

Cord

Length

Time & Cord adjusted by

subtracting 5 seconds per inch of cord

Andy Bone   00:44:49 64 00:39:29  
Malcolm Kemp   00:49:25 48 00:45:25  
Tom Farsides   00:50:07 56 00:45:27  
Donald MacLellan Erica & Do 00:50:45 50 00:46:35  
Erica Martin Erica & Do 00:50:45 50 00:46:35  
Cat Bounds Team Bou 00:56:24 46 00:52:34  
Jamie Brunning Team Bou 00:56:24 46 00:52:34  
Hildi  Mitchel Rachel & 00:58:51 48 00:54:51  
Jon  Mitchel Rachel & 00:58:51 48 00:54:51  
Rachel Bibby Rachel & 00:58:51 48 00:54:51  
Charlotte Softly Team Che 00:59:06 48 00:55:06  
Gill Checkley Team Che 00:59:06 48 00:55:06  
Lesley Fairbairn Team Che 00:59:06 48 00:55:06  
Simon   Team Che 00:59:06 48 00:55:06  
Ella Honey Team Hon 01:33:55 50 01:29:45  
Guy Honey Team Hon 01:33:55 50 01:29:45  
Matt Honey Team Hon 01:33:55 50 01:29:45  
Alex Marinko Team Mari 01:58:00 42 01:54:30  
Colette Marinko Team Mari 01:58:00 42 01:54:30  
John Marinko Team Mari 01:58:00 42 01:54:30  
Madeleine Marinko Team Mari 01:58:00 42 01:54:30

 

Saturday, 10 December 2011

Held at Lloyd Park Croyden on a sunlit but frosty undulating course. Slippery in places. 10K

Runners compete within five year age bands as individuals. Phoenix entered a complete three-man team for the O60 team competition. Unfortunately Andrew Haig's result has not been recorded and we are protesting this. It would have given us 5th team spot ahead of  Brighton and Hove.

Andrew Field 6th M60 43:05
Malcolm Kemp 15th M60 45:57
Andrew Haig 4th M65 46:02 approx (tbc)
Should be 5th O60 team

In the O40 race Daren Elliot 21st M45 41:20

Full results

Saturday, 10 December 2011

Held at Lloyd Park Croyden on a sunlit but frosty undulating course, Phoenix were well represented in the junior county teams. At this level. all these performances are impressive.

U13 boys Archie Davis 14th 12:05 (team 9th)
U15 boys Billy White 5th 13:17 (team 4th)
U17 men Will Durkin 13th 17:11, Jake Elliot 40th 18:11 (team 7th)

Full results

Sunday, 11 December 2011

5 1:01:08 HARDS, Darryl Phoenix Senior Men 103 5

19 1:09:22 ELLIOTT, Daren Phoenix VM40 134 19

81 1:19:24 JONES, Anita Phoenix VW35 417 81

84 1:19:41 DAVIDSON, Miles Phoenix VM40 271 84

92 1:21:02 FLEWETT, Will Phoenix VM50 65 92

167 1:27:55 HARDS, Peter Kim Phoenix VM50 104 167 2

52 1:38:05 EVERS, Debbie Phoenix VW45 167 252

Full results

Sunday, 04 December 2011

Muddy multiterraine nine-miler.

12th Daren Elliot 1:02:06
16th Brian Friend 1:04:00
220th Debbie Evers 1:35:30

Full results

Saturday, 26 November 2011

A good turnout for most categories, especially senior men, women, vets and U13 boys and girls. U15s and U17s were light on entries.

U13 boys are still the star team with nine runners at Plumpton. The scorers were Archie Davis (ist), Matt Berridge (2nd) and Sam Betts (9th). This gave them the same points score as Hastings but were declared second team on a technicality. They are still in gold medal position overall though.

U13 girls had an impressive six runners with Elorah Mann (13th), Charlotte Mathews (19th) and Claudia Betts (20th) scoring for 5th place. They are 5th overall.

U15 boys. Sam kitchen (7th) and Will Russell (23rd) were 8th and are 8th overall

U15 girls had just one runner, Jody Mann (25th). The team position was 12th and remains 12th overall.

Under 17, senior and vet women. Eight runners were rewarded with 2nd place in division 2 and are 3rd overall in that division. Promotion is a distinct possibility if full teams are entered in the final two fixtures. Scorers were Catherine Bounds (14th), Anita Jones (27th) and Paule Kremer (33rd).

U17 boys. Jake Elliot ran a great 2nd but was the only Phoenix runner. 10th team on the day but, incredibly, still 3rd overall and well able to win the category with full teams out.

U20, senior and vet men had 14 runners on the start line. At one stage Phoenix were running one two and three in this race, but Ian Leitch had a bad fall and had to withdraw. Speedy recovery Ian!

Ben Tickner (1st), Josh Guilmant (3rd), Jose Luceron (25th), and then vets Donald Maclellan (51st), Daren Elliot (60th) and Gary Thayre (68th) were the scoring team coming 4th on the day and occupying 6th place overall.

The vet scorers were Donald, Daren and Gary who were 6th (5th overall).

Full results

Sunday, 27 November 2011

Congratulations to Tom Farsides. Tom trained hard for this one and was rewarded with a fine PB.

224th Tom Farsides (M45) 2:57:00

Full results

Sunday, 20 November 2011

Almost perfect conditions, although the breeze from the east made the last few kilometres a challenge. Good turnout from Phoenix. This was also the Sussex 10K championships. As far as I can see our County medal winners are Terry Avey with silver in the over 60 category and Bob Novis with bronze in the over 50s.

113 Joe Francis 37:39
116 Miles Davidson 37:39
117 Bruce Warren 37:42
131 Jon Pike 38:14
137 Daren Elliot 38:27
142 Donald McClellan 38:41
167 Bob Novis 39:09
237 Terry Avey 40:48
260 Lance Bellers 41:12
266 Dave Powell 41:15
285 Stuart Pal 41:30
396 Roland Harrington 42:51
490 John Lamb 44:48
556 Sonal Chaudhary 45:29
600 Paule Kremer 45:59
1182 Leslie Fairbairn 50:51
1567 Catherine Walsh 54:59
1986 Stuart Batchelor 1:02:02
2623 Paul Thomas 1:15:54

Full results

Sunday, 13 November 2011

Great weather and an encouraging entry by younger athletes. The adult mile also benefitted and attracted three times the normal entry.

Full report

Full results

 

Sunday, 13 November 2011

31st Ian Martin 1:31:45
68th Tom Sanderson 1:37:06
82nd Terry Avey 1:38:45

Full results

Sunday, 16 October 2011

Phoenix's Darryl Hards scored a notable victory here, not only winning but knocking a whopping 105 seconds off the previous course record.

1st Darryl Hards 35:40
13th Terry Avey 44:25
21st Kim Hards 49:35
44th Paul Thomas 1:21:33

Full results

Sunday, 06 November 2011

"Many rivers to cross, many mountains to climb…" An exaggeration maybe but not so far off!

Our intrepid runners were:

34th Terry Avey 43:16 (1st M60)
91st Andrew Haig 47:22
101st Paule Kremer 47:53
125th Sonal Chaudhary 50:15
138th Liz Halliday 50:59
226th Rik Taub 55:57

Full results

Saturday, 05 November 2011

The World Championships race will feature a 4K swim, which will be held at the Lake Las Vegas resort, a 120K-bike ride with more than 7,000 feet climbing, and a 30K run that boasts an additional 2,000 ft elevation gain.

NB Swim cancelled due to water conditions...............


40-44 Female AG

 

5  Anita Jones GBR  GB 06:41:55 00:00:00 00:00:00 04:11:16 00:01:53 02:28:46

 

full results:-

http://www.triathlon.org/results/event/2011_henderson_itu_long_distance_triathlon_world_championships/1620/

Sunday, 30 October 2011

One of the major SGP races and ever popular. Eight Phoenix athletes took part some of whom had been at the Phoenix party the night before. Doesn't seem to have affected them one bit!

46th Joe Francis 1:23:09
83rd Bob Novis 1:27:31
218th Terry Avey 1:36:21
241st Dave Powell 1:37:14
243rd Sam Priestnall 1:37:22
597th Sonal Chaudhary 1:49:42
641st Michael Twine 1:50:34
1406th Paul Thomas 3:03:51

Full results

Saturday, 22 October 2011


At a sunny but windy Goodwood, where dry conditions meant flats were more prevalent than spikes, Phoenix athletes had a successful day at the first Sussex x-country league race, with four individual race wins, Mathew Berridge in the U13 boy; Billy White U15 boys; Will Durkin U17 boys and Max Pickard U20 men. There was one second, Archie Davies U13 boys and two thirds, Jake Elliot 17 Boys and Erica Martin Senior/Vet Women.  Special mentions to Max, who although U20 won the senior men’s race, which had its largest field for some time, also to Erica, who in her own words had her best x-country race for some time and although third overall was first senior women.

The league is not just about individual winners but also about team performance, every place matters. It was therefore pleasing to see that the fine individual successes were backed up with complete teams in all races except the U15 girls and veteran women, with team victories in the U13 and U17 boys. A more detailed report for the U13 boys can be seen below, unfortunately Isaac Wright suffered an injury in the U13 race and we wish him a speedy recovery. It was good to see complete teams in the U13 girls and senior women, who in the past have struggled to make teams.  It was noted that it was up to Max and the ‘older’ men to make up the numbers in the senior men’s team, with Donald Maclellan running his first x-country race for Phoenix leading the Phoenix vets home. Donald also won the post race cake eating prize!

Well done to all those who attended, the next league races are on November 26th at Plumpton.

U13 boys report by Quenton Davis - We went into the first league match confident of a good result following the cross country relays, even with the absence of Reuben Hoyte from that gold medal winning team. With six boys available on the day we were also confident of a good B team position. Matt Berridge and Archie Davis had decided before the race to both hit the front early on and force the pace together, a tactic that saw them steadily work clear of Lewes in third place. By the last 200m the two Phoenix boys were well clear and the inform Matt Berridge took first place ahead of Archie in a last 50m sprint finish.
Ollie Johnson came home in 15th place in his maiden Sussex league match to ensure first place for the A team by six points ahead of Hastings. The B team were looking good for a mid table spot through Isaac Wright, Joe Lillee and Harry Swindells but unfortunately Isaac sustained what appears to be a pretty serious knee injury in the last third of the race. At twelve years old and a talented competition cyclist this could very likely end Isaac's cross country season; we all wish him a speedy recovery. The B team still managed a fantastic 12th position and hopefully with the three or four good runners we still have to call on we can push the B team up the table over the last three matches

full results  

Saturday, 22 October 2011

Respect. One of the toughest marathons going. Well done to:

Ian Moss 75th 3:52:31
Brian Friend 81st 3:53:28
Daren Elliot 157th 4:06:31
Deb Evers 897th 5:54:52

Full results

Saturday, 15 October 2011
32 Phoenix AC 1:53:09
Tom Hopkins (63) 18:58
Max Pickard (50) 18:39
Samuel Wade (50) 19:06
Charlie Grice (39) 18:21
Josh Guilmant (37) 19:05
Finn McNally (32) 19:00
Sunday, 16 October 2011

42nd Michael Whyte 2:55:58 PB

Well done Mike

Full results

Sunday, 09 October 2011

The Snake, The Big W. The Cliff. Anyone who's ever run this will have these names etched indelibly into their memory. This is one tough 20 miler. Three of our doughtiest distance runners were not put off and, boy, did they do well.

3rd Tom Farsides 2:35:15
13th Brian Friend 2:48:44
22nd Ian Moss 2:54:41

Great running guys.

Full results

Sunday, 09 October 2011

Congratulations to Lance Bellers who has been training hard for this one and was rewarded with an 8 minute pb!

M45 Lance Bellers 3:19:37 559th (111st AG)

Full results

Sunday, 09 October 2011

The Mendip Muddle is a 20km multi-terrain race. The route is tough (there is 420m of climb), but very interesting, set in some of the finest scenery in the West Country.

 

148 2:03:46 HALLIDAY, Liz Phoenix AC FV40

203 2:14:45 PLASS, Matt Phoenix AC Senior Male

245 2:25:00 MOORE, Elana Phoenix AC Senior Female

Sunday, 09 October 2011

Just a few Phoenix faces this year for this popular XC warrm-up. Excellent results, especially by our young athletes.

U9 boys (700M)
1st Lucas Nerurkar 2:34

U11 girls (1000M)
2nd Almi Nerurkar 4:19

Junior boys and girls (1600M)
2nd Will Russell 6:23

Seniors (8000M)
21st Daren Elliot 34:16
34th Stuart Pal 35:13

Full results

Saturday, 08 October 2011

Well done  to Lizzy-  another great race knocking 8 minutes off her last race time at Kona in 2009

ELISABETH BRAMA

Rank: 13 of 44
Overall Rank: 861 of 1918
BIB: 1863
Age: 28
State/Country: Brighton ENGL GBR / GER
Profession: Scientist
Swim: 1:03:51
Bike: 5:33:50
Run: 3:58:30
Overall: 10:43:05
Swim DetailsDivision Rank: 8
Split NameDistanceSplit TimeRace TimePaceDiv. RankOverall RankGender Rank
Total 2.4 mi 1:03:51 1:03:51 1:39/100m 8 423 59
Bike DetailsDivision Rank: 7
Split NameDistanceSplit TimeRace TimePaceDiv. RankOverall RankGender Rank
5.5 mi 5.5 mi 16:13 1:23:08 20.35 mi/h      
28 mi 22.5 mi 1:05:01 2:28:09 20.76 mi/h      
59 mi 31 mi 1:36:03 4:04:12 19.36 mi/h      
88 mi 29 mi 1:24:43 5:28:55 20.54 mi/h      
112 mi 24 mi 1:11:50 6:40:45 20.05 mi/h      
Total 112 mi 5:33:50 6:40:45 20.13 mi/h 7 810 64
Run DetailsDivision Rank: 13
Split NameDistanceSplit TimeRace TimePaceDiv. RankOverall RankGender Rank
5 mi 5 mi 45:35 7:30:10 9:07/mi      
10.2 mi 5.2 mi 43:13 8:13:23 8:18/mi      
17.2 mi 7 mi 1:09:30 9:22:53 9:55/mi      
26.2 mi 9 mi 1:20:12 10:43:05 8:54/mi      
Total 26.2 mi 3:58:30 10:43:05 9:06/mi 13 861 107
Transition
T1: SWIM-TO-BIKE 3:04
T2: BIKE-TO-RUN 3:50

 

Sunday, 02 October 2011

Erica took 3rd female spot at the Chilham Castle Duathlon  

10km offroad Run – 40km Bike – 5km off road Run

Erica Martin run 48:57:00 Bike 1:22:06 Run 25:23  Total 2:38:07

full results http://www.trispiritevents.com/images/stories/General/ccdresults2011%20sheet1.pdf

Sunday, 02 October 2011

In previous years this race has been run in biting winds and teeming October rain but this year's conditions can best be described as 'mediterranean' with temperatures in the 80s. Seems to have encouraged a good few Phoenix athletes to the start line with eleven making the effort. Jake Elliot was the first home which given that he is still under 17 and that this is way over his usual distance is a great result.

18th Jake Elliot 1:10:35
20th Joe Francis 1:11:05
35th Jim Whitelegg 1:15:59
46th Daren Elliot 1:17:40
109th Liz Halliday 1:28:48
146th Neil Foley 1:36:44
149th Richard Thompson 1:37:17
155th Matt Plass 1:37:42
171 Elana Moore 1:42:23
184th Rik Taub 1:47:30
202nd Sonal Chaudhary 1:53:42

Full results

Sunday, 25 September 2011

1000m swim, 32km bike, 8km run.

2 Tom Hopkins 00:16:25 00:57:26 00:28:02 01:41:53
13 John Tindell 00:17:40 01:01:28 00:32:25 01:51:33
14 Iain Martin 00:21:46 00:57:52 00:32:00
01:51:38
18 Tim Woodman
00:19:47 01:00:03 00:34:27
01:54:17
41 Andy Field
00:21:30 01:06:39 00:33:53
02:02:02
42 Anita Jones
00:21:11 01:07:09 00:34:17 02:02:37

Here are the full results

Sunday, 25 September 2011

Liz halliday took 2nd place in her age category

Gina McGeever and husband competed as a relay team with Gina swiming and biking.

 

116 52 McGeever, Gina RELAY 4   Brighton Phoenix Tri 39:19:00  02:58:17  02:07:27  05:45:04

 

221 81 Halliday, Liz F45  2   Brighton Phoenix Tri  41:55:00  03:32:36  02:00:12  06:14:44

 

full results http://www.tri247.com/results_9536.html

 

 

Sunday, 25 September 2011

The senior men were an fantastic 14th out of 62 teams, the top 25 go to Nationals, well done guys.

    Phoenix A.C.    1:58:01
    Finn Mcnally    18:57    17    14
    Max Pickard    19:37    17    20
    Charlie Grice    19:02    14    9
    Jake Elliott    20:28    17    24
    Sam Wade    20:16    17    21
    Josh Guilmant    19:41    14    15

Sunday, 18 September 2011

Some good performances here on a somewhat breezy late summer morning. Congratulations to Erica on her victory in the women's race.

4th Darryl Hards 34:37
15th Nichael Whyte 38:11
20th Gary Thayre 39:03
23rd Erica Martin 39:20 (ist woman)
47th Sophie Coleman 42:00
80th Mark Bayliss 44:54
99th Sonal Chaudhary 47:03

Full results

Sunday, 11 September 2011

34 45 Anita Jones 60 00:32:19 47 02:52:39 23 01:49:30 05:14:28 FV 40-44

 Looks like 2nd female and first female vet.

full results http://gsytriclub.freehostia.com/20110911GManmiddle.pdf

Sunday, 11 September 2011

Full results


 
33 32 Terry Avey 43:35 M V5
60 188 Stuart Pal 45:58 M V1
76 137 Liz Halliday 48:29 F  V3  
86 112 Sonal Chaudhary 49:24 F S

 

Sunday, 11 September 2011

 

Chris Mills

SWIM    BIKE       RUN       OVERALL  

57:18   6:09:58  3:40:23   11:00:49 

 

Robert Rollings

SWIM    BIKE       RUN       OVERALL  

1:01:16 6:28:46  4:29:03      12:18:02 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday, 29 August 2011

14th Sam Priestnall 18:50
27th Terry Avey 19:48
31st Tom Naylor 19:57
72nd Sonal Chaudhary 22:32
85th Liz halliday 23:03

Full results

Sunday, 28 August 2011

43rd Terry Avey 43:30 (1st M60)

Full results

Sunday, 28 August 2011

85th Sonal Chaudhary 48:45
120th Leslie Fairbairn 53:16

Full results

Saturday, 27 August 2011

Liz completed the Little Woody middle distance tri on Saturday, This is reputed to be the toughest middle distance in the UK.

 

1900m Swim, Bike 98km, 21km Run

 

Pos
Cat Pos
   Race No
 
Name
Time
Category
Gender
Gen Pos
Team Name
Swim
Cycle
Run
6










67 3 134 Liz Halliday 06:35:05 Vet 40 Female 11 Brighton phoenix Tri club 00:38:06 04:09:21 01:43:34

full results http://results.racetectiming.com/Results.aspx?CId=27&RId=186&EId=2

 

 

Sunday, 28 August 2011

Lizzy takes first female place at the French leg of the Castle series triathlons.

 

18 ELISABETH BRAMA F-WIN  BRIGHTON PHOENIX TRI 02:17:59 See a Photo!  
Swim:00:22:46 T1: 00:02:28 Bike:01:10:01 T2: 00:01:06 Run:00:41:37

 

full results http://www.stuweb.co.uk/default.asp?a=2&e=980&s=y

 

 

Thursday, 25 August 2011

The last of the Summer fun events approx 1.2 miles up the scarp slope of the downs to the Jack and Jill windmills and back down again to Clayton. A good turnout and nice to see a few more ladies running.

 

 

Position Name Time

1 Donald McClellan 7:53

2 John Marinko 8:03

3 Andrew Neighbour 8:11

4 Malcolm Hughes 8:24

5 Phil Hampshire 8:26

6 Ian Moss 8:27

7 Stuart Pal 8:40

8 Erica Martin 9:07

9 Malcolm Kemp 9:11

10 Emma Hughes 9:39

11 Liz Halliday 9:50

12 Sonal Chaudary 10:04

13 Lesley Fairbairn 10:53

14 Katie Hall (guest) 11:34

15 Rik Taub 11:51

 

 

Sunday, 21 August 2011

swim (1.9k) Bike (56 miles)Run (12.2 miles)

34.NIGEL HERRON 4:43:19 (40:40/4:16/2:29:02/0:44/1:30:25) 
61.JAMES ATKINSON 4:52:57 (37:21/2:52/2:40:12/1:31/1:32:44)
75.DAMIAN BREWER 4:57:37 (35:27/2:31/2:39:57/1:14/1:40:07) 

Sunday, 21 August 2011

 

500m swim / 23.5k bike / 6k run

1st 01:09:33 236 Robert Rollings (m-E) 12 10 4 5 00:09:44 1 1 1 1 00:35:24 6 6 3 3 00:24:25

4th 01:12:44 235 John Tindell (m-E) 3 2 1 1 00:09:02 4 4 2 2 00:39:24 4 4 2 2 00:24:18

 

14th 1:18:43 227 Roland Harrington (m-I 24 20 4 4 00:10:57 16 16 3 3 00:41:31 20 18 4 4 00:26:15

45th  01:24:56 219 Emma Hughes (f-E) 20 4 2 8 00:10:15 51 7 10 2 00:44:48 59 10 10 3 00:29:53

54th  01:27:09 204 Deborah Evers (f-J) 34 8 1 2 00:11:30 46 5 2 1 00:44:14 70 17 4 2 00:31:25

90th  01:38:03 190 Carla Price (f-G) 50 13 4 9 00:12:12 101 26 13 5 00:51:20 90 24 12 5 00:34:30

94th 01:38:40 180 Kathryn Harnett (f-G) 57 16 5 10 00:12:37 116 40 18 10 00:55:47 61 11 9 3 00:30:17

115th  01:50:48 178 Sue Hudson (f-K) 73 20 2 4 00:13:26 108 32 5 3 00:53:40 122 44 8 6 00:43:42

 

 

 

Sunday, 07 August 2011

Date: Sun 7th August 2011 | Location: Hyde Park, London
Swim Open 750m / Bike 22k / Run 5k

1

Mcclelland, Faye

W4

1

00:14:15

00:01:19

00:37:00

00:00:47

00:20:17

01:13:35

35

Thomas, Paul

M3

4

00:20:17

00:02:45

00:43:19

00:01:22

00:36:14

01:43:56

 

 Full results

Wednesday, 03 August 2011

Winning female time 54:19:20
Erica Martin 2nd female 55:15:18 less than 1 minute behind.

Full results

Sunday, 31 July 2011

Winning female time 1:18:37
Erica Martin, who was recovering from a cold, was 8th female in 1:29:47 (only 20 minutes behind the winning male).
Full results

Sunday, 31 July 2011

4th Joe Francis 37:00

7th Donald McClelland 40:22

26th Terry Avey 43:52

60th Sonal Chaudhary 51:21

Full results

Sunday, 31 July 2011

50

Malcolm Hughes

02:09:57

97

Elisabeth Brama

02:15:45

434

Ananda Mello-costa

03:22:32 (adjusted)

This was the inaugural English Age Group Champs.

Well done to Lizzy and Malcolm for winning their age groups and becoming English Champions

Full results

Sunday, 24 July 2011

Jack and Jill 5M

9th Donald McClellan 40:36

74th Rik Taub 54:40

 

Downland 30M

11th Mike Townley 4:34

43rd Iain Martin 5:24

 

Full results

Sunday, 24 July 2011

In the Standard Distance (1.5km swim/40km bike/10km run)

103 Deb Evers 1st FSV 2:47:41

Sprint (0.75km swim/20km bike/5km run)

24 Faye McClelland 1st FS 1:14:17

Well done Ladies

full results

Sunday, 24 July 2011

1150 Paul Thomas 8:21:38

Well done to Paul on completing the race inside the cut off time inspite of being unable to run due to a severely swollen ankle.

full results

Wednesday, 27 July 2011

On the same evening that Phoenix athletes were all achieving PBs at Watford open, James Miles and Ray Matthews were doing the same at the Dartford Harriers Open. Running the same mile event their results were:

James Miles 4:46 3rd

Ray Matthews 4:58 4th

Ray's result maintains his 3rd place age-group ranking nationally.

Full results

Thursday, 28 July 2011

The first running of the Snake downhill mile. A twisting measured downhill mile on grass and downland track. Time trial format with runners setting off at 30 second intervals. Run in pleasant evening sunshine with no wind.

 

1 James Miles  4:28

2 Miles Davidson 4:58

3= Joe Francis 5:06 

3= Andrew Neighbour 5:06

5 Donald Maclellan 5:08

6 Phil Hampshirw 5:13

7 Nigel Herron 5:22

8 Ian Moss 5:27

9 Andrew Haig 5:31

10 Liz Durman 5:34

11 Malcolm Kemp 5:36

12 John Lambe 5:48

13 Liz Halliday 6:17

14 Vimukta Thurlow 6:34

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday, 27 July 2011

PB’s all round for the group

1500m
Race 11
6th Abigail Ashbee-Simmonds U20F 04:38.76
Race 18
11th 218 Billy White U15M 04:15.75
15th Robbie Fitzgibbons U17M 04:25.86
Race 22
3rd Will Durkin U17M 04:00.06

3000m

4th Josh Guilmant SM 08:25.66
12th James McCarthy U20M 08:32.04
20th Max Pickard U20M 08:42.04

1500m race videos from Watford can be found hear complements of Mark Hookway

Full results

Wednesday, 27 July 2011

Perfect conditions. Warm but overcast and no wind on this out-back-out-back promenade run. A Sussex Grand Prix race, this attracted five Phoenix athletes.

22nd Phil Hampshire 18:55 (1st MV3)
30th Terry Avey 19:23 (2nd MV5)
46th Andrew Haig 20:11 (1st MV6)
84th Stuart Pal 21:50
90th Stuart Batchelor 22:13

Full results

Sunday, 17 July 2011

In the Tri-a-Tri Wes Mechen 1st in 1:27:31

Well Done Wes

full results

Wednesday, 20 July 2011

The inaugural running of the Phoenix 10K was an undoubted success. Not only did the race sell-out but initial feedback from competitors is very positive. With chip-timing and well -organised facilities such as toilet provision, baggage tent, massage, PA (great work Tim) etc, the oveall impression was highly favourable and bodes well for the future.

Congratulations have to go to Andy Bone who has steered the event with consumate organisational skill. The marshalling and bike-leading too was excellent with Liz Halliday, Eleanor Moore, Malcolm Kemp and others assuming responsibility. Particularly heartening was the raucus reception committee of junior athletes, organised by John Marinko, at the 5K turnaround point.

It also turned out to be a high quality race with a sprint to the finish with Dean Lacey of Cambridge Harriers just edging out Phoenix's Ian Leitch by three seconds. Josh Guilmant of Phoenix was just 30 seconds back in third place. Phoenix won the men's team prize (Leitch, Guilmant, Hopkins, Hards). A special mention too for Terry Avey who's running has transformed this season. He was first in the over-60 category against a qualty field in that age-group, with a superb sub-40 run. Amazingly, this is his eighteenth age-group first this season.

In the women's race Emma Richards of Hailsham Harriers was run away winner in 37:35, a substantial PB for her. The next two places were fought out by two V45 athletes. Elspeth Turner of Horsham Blue Stars was second in 38:17 and Cathy Ulliot of Brighton and Hove was third in 40:13.

Thirty-one of us competed and here are our results (chip times). Well done everybody.

2        Ian Leitch 30:27
3        Josh Guilmant 31:03
5        Tom Hopkins 33:02
11      Darryl Hards 34:10
15      James Miles 34:38
26      Dave Carter 36:05
31      Michael Whyte 36:52
34      Alexander Bonzi 37:25
41      Miles Davidson 38:21
44      Bruce Faulkner 38:32
54      Jim Whitelegg 39.08
55      Tom Farsides 39:12
61      Sam Priestnall 39:31
63      Terry Avey 39:35
65      Iain Martin 39:52
66      Daren Elliot 39:58
75      Lance Bellers 40:27
83      Andrew Haig 41:17
92      Brian Friend 42:00
97      Andy Triggs 42:12
101     Malcolm Burden 42:17
123     Beth Kidger 43:23
127     Megan Kidger 43:36
132     Tom Sanderson 43:46
148     Stuart Pal 44:49
155     Sonal Chaudhary 44:54
185     Lucy Gallagher 46:27
186     John Lamb 46:29
221     Kathryn Harnett 49:03
230     Vimutka Thurlow 49:51
260     Richard Thompson 52:02


Full results here

Saturday, 09 July 2011

Both Josh and Max made the trip up to Birmingham to contest the third of the highly competitive BMC grand prix races

9th Josh Guilmant 14.42.83 5000m PB

7th Max Pickard 4.04.21 1500m

 

Sunday, 10 July 2011

1.5km sea swim - 42km bike - 10km run

 

15 Malcolm Hughes (00:24:48/ 00:00:42/ 01:11:04/ 00:00:31/ 00:39:47) 02:16:53

18 Bob Novis (00:24:16/ 00:01:00/ 01:12:51/ 00:00:31/ 00:40:00) 02:18:39

31 John Marinko (00:32:04/ 00:00:38/ 01:09:43/ 00:00:28/ 00:40:59) 02:23:53

55 Roland Harrington (00:29:33/ 00:01:05 /01:15:36/ 00:00:49/ 00:44:11) 02:31:16

61 Lewis Bertrand-Shelton (00:27:32/ 00:04:23/ 01:15:08/ 00:01:59/ 00:44:17) 02:33:21

94 Stuart Townsend ( 00:34:35/ 00:01:10/ 01:17:36/ 00:00:53/ 00:48:07) 02:42:23

107 Andrew Field (00:34:50/ 00:02:10/ 01:21:54/ 00:00:56 /00:46:12) 02:46:03

 

Lewis 1st Junior, Malcolm 1st Supervet

 

Full results

Sunday, 26 June 2011

Lizzy Brama took on Ironman France on Sunday 26 June. It is in (and around) Nice. It has a sea swim, a hilly bike in those lovely Provençal hills, and a flat sea front run up and down the Avenue des Anglais.

She finished in 10:49:02. Her swim time: 59:37, bike time: 5:52:02, and run time: 3:49:23

Lizzy won her age group and qualifies for the world champs in Hawaii.

Full results

Saturday, 25 June 2011

Paratriathlon 3 Male

8. Paul Thomas GBR 0:22:07( 7) 0:04:12 0:49:04( 8) 0:02:27 0:47:08( 9) 2:00:44

 Paratriathlon 4 Female

1. Faye McClelland GBR 0:15:10( 2) 0:02:02 0:40:59( 1) 0:01:02 0:24:54( 1) 1:22:04

 Olympic 50-54 Male AG

3. Malcom Hughes GBR 0:27:56( 3) 0:02:23 1:08:51( 5) 0:01:14 0:41:59( 3) 2:19:59

 Olympic 50-54 Female AG

14. Deborah Evers GBR 0:34:42( 12) 0:03:07 1:31:18( 14) 0:01:35 0:56:07( 11) 3:03:40

 Full result

 Well done to Faye on her Gold and Malcolm for his Bronze.

Sunday, 26 June 2011

156 John Tindell 364 06:13:50 Senior  Male 141 Brighton Phoenix Tri                                                        

Sunday, 03 July 2011

One of the most beautful races in the Sussex calender, the heat and distance nevertheless made it quite a challenge. Most of the route is on footpath around the shores of the Bewl Water reservoir, finishing at a sunlit meadow where, to the accompanyment of a brass band, the 600+ rrunners were treated to free refreshments including their justly famous selection of homemade cake. Bliss.

46th Daren Elliot 1:48:30
54th Jim Whitelegg 1:49:38
67th Tom Farsides 1:51:37
77th Brian Friend 1:52:16
163rd Andrew Haig 2:01:49
177th Terry Avey 2:03:13

Full result here

Sunday, 26 June 2011

This new series of races in Stanmer Park made a successful day out for Phoenix athletes, with a silver medal in the adult 8k trail race, gold silver and bronze for the U11 girls, gold for U13 boys, silver and bronze for U13 girls and gold and silver for U 15 boys..

8K Trail Race
2  29:39 Joe Francis
10  32:00 Daren Elliot
54  36:50 Ivan Lyons
83  39:14 Sonal Chaudhary

U11 girls 2k
1  8.17 Almi Nerurkar
2  8.28 Louisa Saunders
3  8.35 Mia Whitaker-Jones
5  9.10 Isabella Rowney
8  9.15 Marie Belcher
13  10.00 Abi Roach Penn

U11 boys 2K
6  8.31 William Saunders
9  9.00 Miles Jamie
10  9.00 Harrison Saunders
11  9.01 Lucas Nerurkar 7 years old
17  9.29 Oscar saunders  8 years old

U13 boys 2K
1  6.58 Archie Davis
5  7.59 Joe Kelly
6  8.05 Harry Swindells
8  8:41 Jake Etherton
 
U13 Girls 2K
2  8.14 Charlotte Matthews
3  8.43 Chloe Watson
4  9.26 Mia Roach Penn
5  9.28 Eve Hull
 9  9.42 Alex Vidler
10  9.45 Constance Pope
15  10.19 Kiera Counihan

U15 Boys 2K
1  6.23 Billy White
2  6.37 Samuel Kitchen
5  7.23 Kyle Lawrie

Full results including elite 5Mraces

Sunday, 26 June 2011

Hot and humid this one, with a nasty uphill finish. Liz's result followed on from a 20 mile bike ride to get to the race!

43rd Andrew Haig 43:19 (1st M65)
95th Liz Halliday 48:34

Full result

Wednesday, 22 June 2011

Three Phoenix members ventured to Devils Dyke on Wednesday evening in the wind to take part in the Southdowns Orienteering event. All are new to this branch of running. We all opted for the longer course.
 
Andrew Neighbour came a very good 5th in 47:41
Elana Moore and Liz Halliday took it at a more liesurely club run sort of pace and finished in 1:09:24 and 1:09:26 respectively.

Results

Saturday, 18 June 2011

MALCOLM HUGHES  50-54 02:13:37 74 3 Brighton Phoenix 00:23:28 00:01:33 01:10:26 00:00:53 00:37:17

DEBORAH EVERS  50-54 02:51:52 594 8 Brighton Phoenix 00:28:09 00:02:30 01:30:18 00:01:34 00:49:21

PAUL THOMAS  50-54 03:38:21 746 58 Brighton Phoenix 00:37:01 00:04:46 01:39:33 00:01:41 01:15:20

Results

Saturday, 11 June 2011

Two Phoenix tough guys ran this gruelling cross-country marathon and seem to have clung together for comfort.

95th Brian Friend 3:41:52
96th Tom Farsides 3:41:55

Well done guys. Great running.

Full; results

Sunday, 12 June 2011

400m swim, 26km bike. 5km run

 

1 ag1 Sam Wade (5:12 / 44:46 / 16:51) 01:06:49

7 ag1 Malcolm Hughes (6:29 / 45:04 / 19:18) 01:10:51

12 ag1 Bob Novis (6:00 / 46:44 / 20:07) 01:12:50

13 ag3 John Marinko (7:19 / 45:37 / 20:07) 01:13:03

15 ag4 Nigel Herron (7:38 / 45:56 / 19:47) 01:13:21

16 ag3 John Tindell (6:13 / 47:05 / 20:03) 01:13:22

23 ag7 Roland Harrington (6:34 / 48:58 / 21:03) 01:16:36

44 ag4 Stuart Townsend (7:35 / 51:21 / 21:18) 01:20:13

47 ag13 Mark Walker 6:40 / 52:52 / 21:24) 01:20:56

139 ag2 Cathryn Walsh (9:12 / 56:12 / 27:13) 01:32:37

150 ag21 Andrew Neighbour (8:25 / 1:04:58 / 20:16) 01:33:40

207 ag2 Ananda Mello-Costa (10:15 / 1:02:22 / 29:16) 01:41:53

 

A good turnout for the club. This was the 3rd race in the club's Multi-Sport Championship.

Well done to Sam on his victory, he had the fastest swim and run splits on the day.

 

Full results

Sunday, 05 June 2011

Mike Collins takes double Gold at the Southern Counties Vets Champs at Ashford'
 
"Sunday was a miserable day - wet, cold, and windy.  I managed one
valid jump in the over 70 Long Jump and won with 3m24.
 
Much better in the Triple Jump which I won by over a metre with
7m65 my best jump for three years."
 

Wednesday, 08 June 2011

It was the wind wot won it. The new out-and-back course meant an initial wind-assisted 5k followed by the return leg into the teeth of a fierce and unrelenting gale. Not surprisingly times were a bit down but 621 finished this popular Grand Prix race on an otherwise warm, sunny evening. The race was won in 33:00 by Matt Dunigan of Worthing and District Harriers. Congratulations to our two prize winners Josh and Terry.

2nd Josh Guilmant 33:31
16th Joe Francis 38:31
83rd Terry Avey 42:19 (1st M60)
85th John Tindell 42:24
90th Andrew Haig 42:44
269th Will Flewett 48:13
434th Vimukta Thurlow 54:58

Full results

Sunday, 05 June 2011

48th Terry Avey 1:44:42 (first M60)
176th Luke Shields 2:00:33

Results

Sunday, 05 June 2011

Five firsts for Phoenix young athletes including two course records.

Boys U15 2300M
1st 7:06 Billy White  NEW COURSE RECORD
2nd 7:38 Sam Kitchen
4th 8:52 Will Russell

Boys U13 1500M
1st 4:55 Archie Davis  NEW COURSE RECORD

Girls U13 1500M
1st 6:11 Maria Andrews
5th 7.00 Alex Vidler
6th 7:04 Tallulah M-Jackson

Girls U11 1500M
1st 5.54 Almi Nerurkar
6th 6.21 Louise Saunders
7th 6.25 Mia Whitaker-Jones
9th 6.33 Esme Whitworth
13th 6.54 Hannah Andrews
15th 7.01 Ruby Graves

Boys U11 1500M
17th 6.26 William Saunders
24th 6.44 Gillespie Jackson
34th 7.36 Miles Jamie

Boys U9 800M
1st 2.56 James Lucas
5th 3.18 Lukas Nerurkar

Adult 5K
5th 17:58 Daren Elliot
16th 19:14 Paul Collicutt
100th 22:33 Sonal Chaudhary


Full results

 

Sunday, 15 May 2011

Josh ran in the South of England team that finsihed 2nd in the inter-area match

46 Josh Guilmant 31.10

inter-area results

MEN
1st North of England
2nd South of England
3rd Wales
4th RAF
Monday, 30 May 2011

UKA Champs 20 place Phoenix Ac 1:38:13 Top 3 to score
43 80 Guilmant, Josh GB 0:31:36
51 125 Mcnally, Finn GB 0:31:54
131 160 Wade, Sam GB 0:34:43

Josh Guilmant Men 18 - 39 00:15:23 00:31:36

Finn Mcnally Men 18 - 39 00:15:26 00:31:54

Sam Wade Men 18 - 39 00:17:02 00:34:43

Joseph Francis Men 18 - 39 00:18:01 00:36:42

Andrew Neighbour Men 18 - 39 00:20:41 00:41:47

 

             
Wednesday, 25 May 2011

There was a great turnout from the youngsters and some very encouraging results, especially from the boys with victories in the 1000m and high jump (Archie Davis) and 4x100m relay (Jake Silver, Archie Davis, Theo Algar, Matt Berridge).

After match one, the boys are third, the girls are fifth and the combined teams are 4th.

Well done to everyone who competed.

Full results here

 

Sunday, 29 May 2011

Arundel Sprint Triathlon (400m swim/19k bike/5.26k run)

7. John Marinko 45-49 01:02:36 00:07:54/ 00:00:26/ 00:32:14/ 00:00:24/ 00:21:36
16. Wesley Mechen 30-34 01:05:57 00:07:07/ 00:00:59 /00:35:13/ 00:00:34 /00:22:02
53. Emma Hughes 25-29 01:15:40 00:07:03/ 00:00:38/ 00:41:27/ 00:00:30 /00:25:59
64. Tess Sandilands 35-39 01:16:35 00:07:20/ 00:01:08/ 00:42:23 /00:00:23 /00:25:19
101. Cathryn Walsh 40-44 01:22:16 00:08:54/ 00:01:16/ 00:41:18/ 00:00:47 /00:30:00
125. Gill Checkley 35-39 01:28:14 00:10:42/ 00:01:32/ 00:48:50/ 00:00:32/ 00:26:35


Full results

Arundel Standard Triathlon (800m swim/37k bike/9.25k run)

4. Malcolm Hughes 50-54 01:54:19 00:13:46/ 00:00:33/ 01:00:24/ 00:00:37 /00:38:57
21. Roland Harrington 45-49 02:05:41 00:14:16/ 00:00:48/ 01:06:11/ 00:00:56/ 00:43:29
66. Elizabeth Halliday 45-49 02:27:54 00:17:08/ 00:02:18/ 01:21:23/ 00:01:14/ 00:45:50
105. Paul Thomas 50-54 03:23:23 00:21:12/ 00:05:04/ 01:28:20/ 00:01:49/ 01:26:56

Full results

Well done to everyone

Sunday, 22 May 2011

1k swim;30k bike;7.5k run

Well done to Nigel on his AG win.

 10. Nigel Herron 1. Male 45-49 1:47:27(0:20:29/0:01:58/0:54:39/0:00:49/0:29:32)

 Full results

Wednesday, 18 May 2011

An overcast evening at Withdean but the rain held off, and our first track meeting in a while was quite a success. It was especially inspiring to see so many young athletes keen to compete and the evening was topped off by some truly thrilling BMC races at 800m 1500m and 3000m distances.

Full results here

Sunday, 15 May 2011

SGP race no 6. Fast, flat, breezy.

50th Andrew Haig 32:43 (1st V6)

Full results

Sunday, 15 May 2011

Three Brighton Phoenix people in the results and very well done to them.

 

109. Michelle Aurthurs 1:27:47

273. Kathryn Harnett 1:46:04

292. Ananda Mello-Costa 1:47:52

 

Give Kathryn a special well done as this was her first triathlon, and she did the bike course on her trusty old mountain bike.

 

Full results here

Sunday, 15 May 2011

30th Michael Whyte 38:40
31st Daren Elliot 38:53
54th Terry Avey 40:35 (1st M60)

4th team

Full Results

Sunday, 08 May 2011

5th in this season's SGP series and…well where was everybody?

65th Andrew Haig 44:04 (2nd M60)

Thanks to Stuart Pal who supported and helped with the leafleting

Full results

Sunday, 01 May 2011

Tough. Hills. Hot

14th Brian Friend 1:39:09
71st Ivan Lyons 1:53:45

Full results

Sunday, 01 May 2011


In the long race: 800m / 36km / 8km

5. Hopkins, Tom (00:13:57/ 00:00:43 /00:58:56/ 00:00:29/ 00:27:21) 01:41:27
8. Hughes, Malcolm (00:13:18/ 00:00:32/ 00:57:08/ 00:00:31/ 00:31:08 ) 01:42:38
11. Novis, Bob (00:12:40/ 00:00:39/ 00:57:58 /00:00:34/ 00:31:36) 01:43:28
15. Mills, Chris (00:14:25/ 00:00:41/ 00:57:46/ 00:00:27/ 00:32:12) 01:45:32
18. Herron, Nigel (00:15:49/ 00:00:47/ 00:57:37/ 00:00:27/ 00:32:17) 01:46:58
20. Marinko, John (00:15:38/ 00:00:39/ 00:57:51/ 00:00:26/ 00:33:15) 01:47:50
59. Field, Andrew (00:16:50/ 00:01:52/ 01:09:02/ 00:00:57/ 00:36:26) 02:05:08
71. Harrington, Roland (00:14:01/ 00:00:52/ 01:15:08/ 00:01:01/ 00:37:06) 02:08:08
113. Mcgeever, Gina (00:18:12/ 00:02:28 /01:23:41/ 00:00:38/ 00:50:36) 02:35:36
119. Mello-Costa, Ananda (00:24:47/ 00:00:56 /01:22:11 /0:00:53/ 00:51:51) 02:40:39

In the sprint: 400m/20km/5km

9. Woodman, Tim (00:05:38/ 00:00:27/ 00:31:30/ 00:00:26/ 00:20:19) 00:58:21
29. Mechen, Wesley (00:07:22 /00:01:04/ 00:33:46/ 00:00:59/ 00:17:50) 01:01:02
35. Mcclelland, Faye (00:07:37/ 00:01:03 /00:34:25/ 00:00:35/ 00:19:11) 01:02:52
67. Flewett, Will (00:09:24/ 00:00:43/ 00:35:21/ 00:00:53/ 00:20:41) 01:07:03
76. Hughes, Emma (00:07:06/ 00:00:46/ 00:37:56/ 00:00:34/ 00:21:48 ) 01:08:11
107. Price, Carla (00:07:33/ 00:00:49 /00:40:50/ 00:00:32/ 00:23:09) 01:12:54
144. Browne, George (00:08:00 /00:01:28/ 00:40:28 /00:00:52/ 00:27:52) 01:18:41

 

Full results are here

In the long race it looks like Tom did extra lengths in the swim. At least 2 places may have been lost. His run split was fastest by over 2mins.

Ro was unlucky enough to get a puncture at the last RAB so walked the last 2.5 km back to T2. He still finished though.

Malcolm got 1st MaleSVet.

In the sprint Tim managed to break the hour even though he said he wheezed his way through the run.

Faye was 4th female.

Saturday, 23 April 2011

The lateness of Easter meant brilliantly sunny and warm conditions, and a good turnout from the club was rewarded with a fair share of the honours. The U13 boys, who fielded two teams, kicked us off with a silver medal – Archie Davis taking individual bronze (third fastest leg). Next was a splendid gold-team performance by the over 60 men and then, highlight of the day, a spirited gold-medal performance by an inspired senior men's team. Sixth after two of the six legs, the next four laps took them one minute ahead of arch-rivals Brighton and Hove. Josh Guilmant won individual gold and Tom Hopkins bronze. Charlie Grice was actually second fastest runner of the day behind Josh which made him U17 gold medalist. We scooped all the individual medals in that category – Will Durkin was second and Jake Elliot was third.

U13 Boys
A team 2nd
B team 14th

U13 Girls
A team 17th

Senior Men
A team 1st
B team N/S (9th)

Senior Women
A team 7th
B team N/S (15th)

O40 Men
A team 4th
B team 5th

O50 Men
A team 4th
B team 10th

O 60 Men
A team 1st

Full results

Monday, 18 April 2011

Tom Farsides 3:18:11

Sunday, 17 April 2011

Whew – what a race that was! And that was just our gallant band of Phoenix athletes

These are the one's i know about. As seems to be the fashion, the results are not searchable by club. If I've missed you out can you email

Dave Carter 02:41:11
Mike Whyte
2:59:07
Jim Whitelegg 3:36:16
Emma Satterly 4:06:06
Elana Moore 4:12:24
Terry Avey 4:14:49
John Lamb 4:20:55

Full results

Sunday, 10 April 2011

Our junior athletes were out in force on Brighton Marathon day. There was a terrific entry in the ten races that constituted the Mini-Mile. We were winners in no less than four of those races with pride of place going to Charlie Grice, winner of the U18 boys for the second year running.

It was especially encouraging to see 21 young athletes from the Phoenix starter group with some stunning results especially in race 7 (2nd, 3rd and 6th).

Here are the results. If I've missed you out please email me to correct.

Race 1 U18 boys
1     Charlie Grice 4:18
3     Will Durkin 4:33

Race 1 U15 boys
1     Sam Kitchen 5:09
8     Will Russell 6:03

Race 2 U15 girls
4     Jody Mann 6.05
8     Camille Burton 6:24
9     Maddelaine Houghton 6:25
18     Lea Sawicki 6:53

Race 3 U13 Boys
2    Archie Davis    05:27
5    Matthew Berridge    05:53
12    Joe Kelly    06:05
21    Harry Swindells    06:15
29    Joe Aston 6.34
85    Joshua White    07:34
93    Alex Marinko Maechler    07:40

Race 4 U13 Girls
3    Maria Andrews    06:15
7    Charlotte Matthews    06:26
9    Elorah Mann    06:34
13    Annie Tree    06:48
14    Zoe Sawicki    06:52
15    Ateya Marshall    06:53
17    Mia Roach Penn    07:02
20    Tara May    07:11
22    Alex Vidler     07:12
23    Tallulah Jackson-Marriott 07:13
24    Eve Hull 7.14
30    Kiera Counihan 7.21
32    Laura Bird    07:24
49    Alice Chapman 7.42
50    Constance Pope 7.44

Race 5 U11 Boys
1    Luca Bigg    06:02
38   Miles Jamie 7.14

Race 6 U11 Boys
1    Samuel Betts    05:50

Race 7 U11 Girls
2    Cicely Perry 6.45
3    Mia Whitaker-Jones 6.48
5    Claudia Betts    06:57
6    Esme Whitworth 7.01
17   Marie Belcher 7.28
20   Abi Roach Penn 7.34
26   Amelia Arlett 7.47
29   Alice Jeffrey 7.54
47   Laura Hewlett 8.32
76   Lottie Bentham 9.12

Race 8 U11 Girls
6     Louisa Saunders 7.15
10   Ruby Daniels 7.22
16   Ruby Graves 7.34
21    Miranda Wright 7.43
35    Isabel Whitelegg    08:01
36    Franchesca White 8.02
69    Madeleine Marinko Maechler 9.00

Full results

Sunday, 10 April 2011

short race results

4km run/24km bike/4km run


79. Georgina Browne 1:34:01 (21:45/47:11/25:05)
Well done George.

long race results

4km run/40km bike/8km run


5. Malcolm Hughes 1:44:33 (14:42/57:52/31:59)
8. Nigel Herron 1:46:11 (14:46/1:00:18/31:07)
31. Erica Martin 2:01:33 (16:02/1:11:55/33:36)
63. Paul Thomas 2:56:48 (28:38/1:19:01/1:09:09)

Well done to Erica, 3rd senior female, and Malcolm, 3rd male vet.

Sunday, 10 April 2011

Hotter than expected but what a fantastic spectacle and, in the circumstances, some tidy performances for Phoenix.

The results don't allow for club or age category search so if I've missed you out please let me know.

25 Alex Bonzi 2:54:51                                                                                     
32 Mike Townley 2:56:49
40 Jon Pike 2:59:31
72 John Marinko 3:07:34
147 Miles Davidson 3:13:55
166 Bob Novis 3:14:45
346 Brian Friend 3:24:09
349 Daren Elliot 3:25:20
473 Jonathan Hancock 3:29:41
514 Sam Priestnall 3:31:26
536 Andrew Field 3:31:15
607 Andrew Neighbour 3:32:54
872 Tom Holborn 3:42:14
1155 Stuart Batchelor 3:47:59
1296 Ivon Lyons 3:50:07
1650 John Lamb 3:57:53
1862 John Tindell 4:00:35
2005 Terry Avey 4:04:50
4950 Cathryn Walsh 4:47:08

Kurt Hoyte guided a blind runner, Keith Turner of Arena 80, to a 4:09:39 finish

Full results

Sunday, 27 March 2011

Not the most exciting run – 4x5M laps round the streets of West worthing. Nevertheless, it provides a useful pace check for the spring marathon runners.447 finishers.

23rd Sam Priestnall 2:13:58
25th Bob Novis 2:15:52 (1st M50)
42nd Andrew Field 2:21:57 (1st M60)
79th Kurt Hoyte 2:27:56

113rd Tom Sanderson 2:37:00

Full results

Saturday, 19 March 2011

Max Pickard was second scorer in the senior boys team that triumphed at the English Schools cross-country championships in Nottingham on the 19th of March. This is only the second time in the championship's 50-year history that a Sussex team has led the field.

They beat a strong Kent team into first place by just 9 points.

Other Phoenix runners involved were:
Billy White 64th Junior boys (sixth team), Will Durkin 44th Intermediate boys, Megan Lillie 215th Intermediate girls, Beth Kidger 103rd and Megan Kidger 227th senior girls.

Jake Elliot was unfortunate in having to pull out of the Intermedite boy's race.

Full results

Sunday, 20 March 2011

Mo Farah won the NYC half marathon in 1:00:23

Chasing him were the doughty Phoenix contingent who had flown in just hours before

1102nd Malcolm Kemp 1:34:43
1774th Phil Hampshire 1:40:46
5734th Carol Webb 2:03:59
5736th Steve Webb 2:04:00
6981st Jeanette Dobson (Phil's partner) 2:11:13

There were 10,188 finishers

Full results

Monday, 21 March 2011

54th Dave Carter 1:13:54
263rd Michael Whyte 1:24:09
395th Jim Whitelegg 1:26:42
443rd Ray Matthews !:1:27:40
498th Brian Friend 1:28:08
2196th Liam Chessel 1:42:36

THe race was won in 1:03:03 by Edwin Kipyego
There were 12,308 finishers

Full results

Sunday, 20 March 2011

Good running conditions. Nice early spring temperature and very little wind. The hills are still there though.There were 3772 finishers and the race was won by Gordon Mugi of Kenya in 1:08:00.

24th Darryl Hards 1:17:09
165th Andrew Neighbour !:29:27
300th Andrew Haig 1:34:10
348th Terry Avey 1:36:08
460th Tom Sanderson 1:38:20
3619th Paul Thomas 3:04:32

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Saturday, 05 March 2011

There were nine Phoenix athletes selected for County representation in Birmingham and eight were able to run, with impressive results.

For the senior men, Finn McNally was 126th and James Miles 246th. For the U20 men Max Pickard was 36th as part of the third-placing team. In the U15s Billy White was 85th and in the U13s Archie Davis was 103rd and Reuben Hoyte 177th. Liz Durman ran 198th in the senior women's race and Beth Kidger 118th for the U17s.

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Sunday, 06 March 2011

1 Hopkins, Tom (00:12:16/00:34:24) 00:46:40

10 Hughes, Malcolm (00:13:02/00:39:12) 00:52:14

13 Herron, Nigel (00:15:22/00:39:23)00:54:45

16 Sievewright, Andrew (00:12:55/00:42:55)00:55:50

18 Martin, Erica (00:15:30/00:41:38)00:57:08 2nd FS

19 Woodman, tim (00:14:30/00:42:54)00:57:24

22 Harrington, Roland (00:14:13/00:43:32)00:57:45

34 Woodward, Richard (00:16:12/00:47:48)01:04:00

42 Evers, deborah (00:16:33/00:51:48)01:08:21 1stFSV

56 Mello-Costa, Ananda (00:21:50/01:01:11)01:23:01

58 Thomas, Paul (00:21:20/01:15:24)01:36:44

 

 

4. Wes Mechen 27:16 (7:12/20:04)
16. Carla Price 35:05 (9:01/26:04)
21. George Browne 37:45 (9:29/28:16)

 

In the team race Phoenix Phast (Erica, Andrew, Tom and Malcolm) took the title.

Sunday, 06 March 2011

17th Josh Guilmant 1:09:38

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Sunday, 06 March 2011

Not an easy course with a mile-long hill early on and fierce headwinds for much of the race. Cold too. Well done to Darryl for another excellent performance. The race was won by James Baker in 1:14:18 and there were 1135 finishers.

5th Darryl Hards 1:18:46
111th Andrew Haig 1:34:54
187th Terry Avey 1:39:33

Phil Hampshire pulled out at nine miles with calf strain, mindfull of his run in the New York Half Marathon in two weeks time.

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Saturday, 19 February 2011

44th 00:38:27 Josh Guilmant Phoenix AC

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Sunday, 20 February 2011

Great performances by Phoenix (and well done to Paul and the marshalls too). Quite a few pbs – Bruce Warren, jim Whitelegg and Paul Thomas knocked huge chunks off their previous times.

2nd 1:08:30 Ian Leitch
8th 1:12:58 Dave Carter
14th 1:15:22 Daryll Hards
29th 1:18:50 Bruce Warren
34th 1:20:05 Bruce Faulkner
41st 1:20:52 Mike Townley
52nd 1:21:37 Mike Whyte
80th 1:24:18 Joe Francis
105th 1:25:24 John Marinko
129th 1:26:20 Jim Whitelegg
176th 1:27:54 Phil Hampshire
194th 1:28:24 Brian Friend
243rd 1:29:23 Andrew Neighbour
471st 1:34:15 Jon Mitchell
506th 1:35:04 Terry Avey (1st M60)
636th 1:36:58 Phillip Stevens
670th 1:37:48 Tom Sanderson
751st 1:38:54 Jonathan Lamb
826th 1:38:32 Stuart Batchelor
1331st 1:45:49 Stephen Fewings
1561st 1:47:22 Carol Webb
2146th 1:52:03 Peter Hards
2641st 1:57:14 Rik Taub
5496th 3:05:29 Paul Thomas

Great turnout for the junior races as well with Isaac Wright, Max Winter and Archie Davis in great form.

8–11 year olds
1st Isaac Wright 5:02
2nd Max Winter 5:05
Then well done to the rest of the Phoenix 'team' who finished in this order: Almaz Nerurkar, Charlotte Matthews, Louisa Sanders, Harry Swindells, Mia Whittaker-Jones, Adam Willard, Annie Tree, Lukas Nerurkar, Tallulah Jackson-Marrot, Daisy Reuby, Joshua White, Miles Jamie, Marie Belcher, Constance Pope, Alice Chapman, Laura Bird, Eve Hull, Alice Jeffrey, Laura Hewlett, Isabelle Curd, Madelaine Marinko Meacher.

12–16 year olds
2nd Archie Davis 4:40
25th Chay Reuby 6:07

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Saturday, 12 February 2011

At the last cross-country league race at Lancing on the 12th February, the Under 13 boys team who have been excellent all season took first place on the day and claimed silver team medal for the season.

With seven athletes in the team all performing well, the lads really showed the rest of us how its done. Team manager Quenton Davis puts it this way: 'I think a combination of up-and-coming talent & and our commitment to attendance in numbers saw us through'

Archie Davis was first home in third place just 23 seconds off the lead. Archie was unlucky to miss out on the individual medals by a whisker. Then we had Matt Berridge 7th, Reuben Hoyte 9th, Isaac Wright 12th, Will Russell 32nd and Josh White 40th. Joe Lillie was unlucky to have to withdraw with an injury.

U15 boys featured two ever-reliable athletes Sam Kitchen 9th and Luke Reynolds 21st and place sixth for the year.

There was no U17 boys team featuring at all in the results.

Charlotte Matthews ran well again for the U13s but without support the team was just 11th for the season. Jody Mann 6th, and Amber Muir 14th ran well for the under 15 girls but without a full team had to settle for 6th overall.

The senior women fielded just two runners, Liz Durman 15th and Megan Lillie (U17) 42nd. After poor representation all season they languish 5th in the second division.

The senior men again featured just two runners (James Miles an excellent 9th and Andrew Neighbour 69th) and had to depend on the vets for their scoring including 60+ runner Malcolm Kemp. They were inevitably well short of the medals in 5th place. The vet men have been reasonably represented during the season but were without their strongest team at Lancing. They held on to fifth place. Nigel Herron ran a terrific 34th and Malcolm Hughes 55th and Lance Bellers 67th were the other scorers.

We need to decide whether we want to succeed across the board in this competition next season and, if so, what can we learn from the U13 boys team?

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Sunday, 06 February 2011

The first of this season's Sussex Grand Prix Races (and also Sussex 10K Challenge) this is a fast and flat course, but overcast and windy conditions were not ideal. There were 1610 finishers with the race won in 30:04 (Benjamin Noad, Highgate Harriers).

Phoenix results (chip times):
Josh Guilmant (31:23) 10th
James Miles (33:52) 38th
Bruce Faulkner (36:01) 77th
Andrew Haig (40:14) 184th
Terry Avey (40:46) 196th
Andrew Seivewright – second claim (43:46) 332nd
Sonal Chaudhary (48:11) 659th
Deborah Evers (51:51) 905th
Ananda Mello-Costa (59:21) 1330th

Phoenix men (Josh, James, Bruce) were third in the team competition.

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Saturday, 29 January 2011

It's tough at this level, so some good performances here, especially by Archie in the U13 boys race. Figures in brackets give size of field/winning time.

U13 boys Archie Davis 32nd 12:29 (224/11:19)
Sen women Liz Durman 83rd 35:23 Erica Martin 90th 35:46 Sonal Chaudhary
331st 46:11 (381/29.47)
Sen men Dave Carter 106th 55:31 Andrew Neighbour 521st 1:08:04 (885/48:23)

Next year this fixture will be at Stanmer Park. Maybe we can look forward to a better turnout and, who knows, some teams!

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Saturday, 22 January 2011

Phoenix athletes were prominent among the medals

SENIOR BOYS. Charlie Grice (Cardinal Newman) silver.
INTERMEDIATE BOYS. Jake Elliot (Blatchington Mill) gold, Will Durkin (Ardingly) silver.
JUNIOR BOYS. Billy White (Patcham) gold
SENIOR GIRLS. Beth Kidger (Sussex Downs College) bronze.

There were plenty of other excellent performances by Phoenix youngsters.

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Saturday, 22 January 2011

Team silver for the over 60s (Andrew Haig, Terry Avey, Malcolm Kemp with Rik Taub in support) and team bronze for the over 40s (Bruce Warren, David Powell, Nigel Herron, Bruce Faulkner with Malcolm Hughes, John Marinko and Ro Harrington in support). Fine runs by Phil Hampshire and Brian Friend in the over 50s.

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Sunday, 16 January 2011

Brian Friend kicked off the Phoenix marathon season with an excellent run at this (30,000 runner) event.

He set a target of 3:15 so his 3:14:44 is as close as dammit! This gave him 261st place with a remarkable AG 3rd.

Well done Brian. We have to get him back now to head the O50 team in the masters XC champs next weekend.

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Saturday, 15 January 2011

It's the boys teams that are still keeping the Phoenix flag flying. The U13 boys fielded 5 runners with Archie Davis (3rd), Reuben Hoyte (4th), Isaac Wright (9th) running exceptionally well, with Joe Lillie and Will Russell in support. Winners on the day, the team have now moved into bronze position overall. The U15 boys have jumped from 7th to 4th overall with excellent runs from Billy White (3rd), Sam Kitchen (14th) and Luke Reynolds (21st). Thats where it stops with the under 17 boys without a team and no longer featuring in the tables.

Well done to Charlotte Matthews, Elorah Mann (U13G), Jodie Mann, Amber Muir (U15G) for strong performances. Its always going to be difficult to trouble the medals without full scoring teams. The U15s, though, have moved up from 9th to 8th place.

Then – oh dear – the senior turnout was dire. The women first. TheU17 runner Megan Lillie, was the ONLY Phoenix runner. She ran brilliantly for 30th place but in division 2, the women's team has now plunged from third to fifth position overall.

The men too were unable to provide a complete scoring team with James Miles (an excellent 9th) the only senior runner. As ever it was down to the four vets who turned up to provide a measure of respectability. Bruce Warren (33rd), Nigel Herron (48th) and Malcolm Hughes (69th) ran well, with O65 runner Andrew Haig (91st) unexpectedly having to contribute to the scoring. Inevitably the seniors have slipped from third to 4th overall but with 34 points separating them from bronze could still get among the medals at Lancing. The vets have slipped a place to 5th but it's very tight with just 11 points separating them from bronze-placed Arena 80.

THIS FROM U13 BOYS MANAGER QUENTON DAVIS:
…the U13 Boys now lie in bronze position in the team event overall. Statistically, we have not yet fielded our strongest 3 runners in any of the first 3 matches. Brighton & Hove have pretty much run away with the gold medal  but Chichester, currently in 2nd place,  are now only 15 points ahead of the Phoenix Boys. After the great performances on Saturday at Bexhill, we took the team event over Chichester by 12 points. With Archie Davis now looking like he is back to full fitness and the other boys all improving with every match, particularly Reuben, Matt Berridge and Isaac Wright, if we manage to field our strongest teams at Lancing, it may all get very interesting indeed. Whatever the outcome, this has been an outstanding cross country season for the Phoenix U13 Boys, who are pretty much all in their first season and with the exception of Will Russell, all eligible to compete in this age group again.

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Saturday, 08 January 2011

Phoenix were able to field runners in all categories (39 in total) but success came almost exclusively from the boys and junior men. Congratulations to individual medal winners Billy White (gold), Charlie Grice (gold), Jake Elliot (silver), Max Pickard (silver) and Finn McNally (bronze). Team successes: U17B gold, JM silver, U13B bronze and U15B bronze.

Senior men were just 5 points off the medals in fourth place and the senior women came 5th

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