Phoenix Athletics and Triathlon club

Results for 2012

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Saturday, 15 December 2012

Shock, horror. 16 men turned up to run the senior race!. Was it the fine weather and firm going that attracted such numbers?. Like heck it was. It was cold, blustery, wet and like a swamp underfoot. Still, mustn't complain – there were some great performances leaving us well positioned in a good few categories.

U13 Girls
The star team this year. Winners on the day and consolidated as gold medal team overall. Congratulations to Naomi Fonteyn 2nd, Almi Nerurkar 4th, Chloe Watson 6th, Charlotte Matthews 8th and Izzie Whitelegg 16th.

U15 Girls
No representation!

U17/U20/Sen/Vet women
Second on the day and second overall by just 5pts, the women are well poised for promotion to division 1. They need an optimum turnout for the final race. Vets are a modest 12th. Erica Martin 19th, Megan Bradford 22nd and Paule Kremer 38th were scorers, ably backe up by Hildi Mitchell 61st and Liz Halliday 64th.

U13 boys
Well done to Jack Etherton for coming a handy 24th. With no backup that meant a lowly 14th place and the team are languishing in 10th spot overall.

U15 boys
A fine win for this well-organised team. Overall they are 4th but within easy reach of bronze. Archie Davis 2nd, Matt Berridge 8th, Oliver Johnson 11th, Harry Swindells 20th, Chris McGarry 21st, Will Russell 22nd. Great teamwork guys.

U17 men
Another terrific team effort and a wonderful front-running win by Robbie Fitzgibbon resulted in second position on the day and  first place overall by just 10 points. All to play for guys. Robbie Fitzgibbon 1st, Jake Alger 5th, Sam Kitchen 9th.

U20/sen/vet men
Too many to mention everyone but turnout and performances were uniformly impressive. Ben Tickner 3rd, Daryll Hards 6th, Tom Hopkinson 8th, Jose Luceron 16th,  Bruce Warren (Vet 50) 30th and Robin Fitzgibbon (V40) 43rd. scored for the senior A team. Bruce, Robin and Adam Tribe 46th scored for the vet A team. There were A, B, C, and D teams in both categories. Both teams were second on the day with the seniors comfortably in silver position overall and the vets needing to make up just 6 points to move in to silver spot at the final event. In fact the deficit of 23 points for gold is not impossible.

Full results.

Sunday, 09 December 2012

68 1:20:34 FLEWETT, Will Phoenix VM60 331 68

102 1:23:54 HARDS, Peter Kim Phoenix VM50 401 102

211 1:35:40 NEWPORT, Melanie Phoenix VW45 441 211  

Sunday, 02 December 2012

This was the last Grand Prix event of the year and also one of the Sussex 10k Challenge series. Correspondingly, it attracted a strong field of just under 400 athletes. Notoriously the 2-lap course has two kilometre long hills and a brook to be forded twice. This year we were spared the latter and diverted over a footbridge. Either way these excellent performances need to be seen in context.

Eight Phoenix runners competed and six of us came away with medals of one sort or another.

The stand out run was from Phoenix's Ben Tickner who won the race in 33:30, a full minute and a half ahead of Lewes' s David Bradford.

Other Phoenix results:
6th Pat Davoren 36:26 (5th M senior)
12th James Atkinson 36:59
36th Stuart Pal 41:35
38th Lance Bellers 41:45
65th Terry Avey 43:28 (1st V5)
73rd Andrew Haig 44:04 (1st V6)
91 Paule Kremer 45:30

Silver team medals – Ben, Pat, James, Stuart

Full results

 

Sunday, 02 December 2012

As the name suggests, this is not an easy race.There were 236 finishers.

The very much in form Phoenix vet Donald Maclellan was our only representative and he took the race by storm, winning in a time of 1:00:26.

To give an idea of the quality of this performance, the second placed runner was 46 seconds adrift and the third almost two minutes behind.

Great run Donald.

Full results

Sunday, 18 November 2012

Great turnout for the club and some fine performances in near perfect racing conditions. Donald for example took well over a minute of his previous pb. First things first though. It's incredibly difficult to locate results when you terrible people are registering under all sorts of club names. BRIGHTON PHOENIX is correct for all events, running or multisport. We had Brighton Phoenix Tri, Phoenix AC and no club name at all. Important because this race was the Sussex 10k championship. If I haven't spotted you (or your pb), please email.

There were 2729 finishers. The men's race was won by Paul Martelletti in 30 minutes dead and the women's race by Caryl Jones in 32:31 – a new course record.

Sussex team and individual placings will be added as soon as available.

The positions are gun and the times chip.

13  Josh Guilmant 00:31:55
21 Darryl Hards 00:33:07
42 Pat Daveron 00:34:25
44  James Miles 00:34:37
75  James Atkinson 00:35:38
82  Bruce Warren 00:36:02 (2nd M50)
102 Jon Pike 00:36:50
103 Donald Maclellan 00:36:55 PB
129 Iain Martin 00:37:51
149 Nigel Herron 00:38:10
167 Paul Lawrence 00:38:46
184 Lance Bellers 00:38:59
206 Jim Whitelegg 00:39:45
231 Mark Mergler 00:39:45
236 Andrew Neighbour 00:39:47
249 Malcolm Hughes 00:40:02
289 Terry Avey 00:40:45 (1st M60)
317 Tom Sanderson 00:41:04
328 Andrew Haig 00:41:27 (2nd M60)
337 Elizabeth Durman 00:41:40
360 Charlotte Softly 00:41:41
414 Roland Harrington 00:42:40
488 Johnathan Donno 00:43:36
599 Jon Moon 00:43:34
788 Malcolm Kemp 00:47:06
900 Steven Johnson 00:47:48
1084 Lee McGeever 00:49:43
2715 Paul Thomas 01:18:23

STOPPRESS
County medals are now confirmed. Brighton Phoenix were bronze medalists in the team competition (Guilmant, Miles, Atkinson). We might have done better but the placings suggest that not everyone was correctly registered.

Over 50 silver Bruce Warren
Over 60 gold Terry Avey
Over 60 silver Andrew Haig

Full results

Sunday, 11 November 2012

Four  Phoenix athletes competed in this popular Half Marathon

6th (fifth male) James Miles 1:19:14:84

9th (first M45) Ray Matthews 1:23:53:24

55th  Tom Sanderson 1:34:04.40 

90th Richard MOULT 1:37:49.60 

Sunday, 11 November 2012

We couldn't have hoped for better conditions: bright sunshine and not a breath of wind. It meant that numbers of entries were mantained with 258 young athletes competing. The Friday-Ad mile featured 23 adult racers.

It has to be said that the organising team under the leadership of Dave Powell and Any Bone did a fantastic job and the day seemed to go off without a hitch.

There were plenty of Phoenix vests to be seen racing and much success by our own athletes. There were winners in the U9 boys (Lukas Nerurkar), U11 girls (Milly Dickinson), U13 girls (Almi Nerurkar), U15 boys (Archie Davis) and U17 men (Billy Wright). The winner of the Friday-Ad mile was Robbie Fitzgibbon who set a new course record in a time of 4:34.

Full results

Saturday, 27 October 2012

A tough off road marathon with lots of climbing and descending over the downs which this year saw a small group from Phoenix running on a very cold and windy day, although at least the Sun was out.

Great run by Jon to get inside  the top 10 with an impressive time only 11 minutes behind the winner.

9 PIKE, JON M Senior 1411 9 7 3:20:56.10 BRIGHTON PHOENIX 3:20:57.25

152 MOSS, IAN M Vet 1273 139 80 4:08:49.15 PHOENIX 4:09:03.55

223 HALLIDAY, LIZ F Vet 786 20 12 4:21:29.55 BRIGHTON PHOENIX 4:21:40.50

full results http://www.robin-web.co.uk/beachyhead/beachy-head-marathon-2012.pdf

 

 

Sunday, 21 October 2012

Elana Moore ran 3:56 at Amsterdam on Sunday, her first sub-4 hour marathon. Well done Elana

Saturday, 20 October 2012
Sunday, 21 October 2012

A challenging day for all at Chilham Castle Duathlon ( run /bike/run) and Challenge Runs with high winds and heavy rain.

Sprint Distance 5k/ 27k/ 2.5k

 

3

   171

Benjamin Tickner M 30-34 Brighton Phoenix  01:24:24

41

 234

Paule Kremer       F 20-24 Brighton Phoenix  01:48:30

 

Standard Distance 19k/ 40k/5k

28

 79

Erica Martin F 30-34 Brighton Phoenix  02:44:57

67

80

Elizabeth Halliday F 45-49 Brighton Phoenix   03:04:33

 

full results http://www.trispiritevents.com/Duathlon/Chilham-Castle-Duathlon-Provisional-Results.html

 

Monday, 22 October 2012

 

Standard Distrance 1500swim/ 40k bike /10k run

F50-54

54 Deborah Evers GBR GB 03:07:04 00:36:58 00:05:13 01:30:11 00:04:13 00:50:27

Sprint distance

14 Will Flewett GBR GB 01:26:59 00:15:20 00:04:33 00:40:01 00:03:57 00:23:05

 

full results  http://www.triathlon.org/results/event/2012_itu_world_triathlon_grand_final_auckland/1796/

Sunday, 30 September 2012

 

Well done to Katie on her first marathon.

 

 

1395
Katie Hall 04:21:51 04:19:48 Brighton Phoenix

 

 







Sunday, 07 October 2012

Conditions were perfect. Sunny but not too hot; no wind. Perhaps a little muddy underfoot, but what a day. A decent turnout from Phoenix, and we came away with a bunch of medals.There were particularly fine runs from Paule Kremer who was first woman in the five miler, James Miles who was fourth in the 10 miler and Liz Durman who was second woman (first senior woman) in the 10 miler. Andrew Haig was first M65 in the 10 miler.

5 Mile race
10th Paule Kremer 33:40 (1st F)
11th Ben Tickner 33:40

10 Mile race
4th James Miles 1:05:10
28yh Lance Bellers 1:11:55
48th Ian Moss 1:16:10
52nd Malcolm Hughes 1:16:27
53rd Andrew Haig 1:16:28 (1stM65)
54th Liz Durman 1:16:29 (2nd F/ist SF)
58th Brian Friend 1:16:50
123ed Liz Halliday 1:26:00
157th Melanie Newport 1:33:52
174th Rik Taub 1:37:50

Full results

 

Sunday, 23 September 2012

A small entry from Phoenix but a large amount of success among those we've spotted:

6th Bob Novis 1stMV
11th Iain Martin 2nd MV
37th Anita Jones (FV) 1st F
48th Andrew Field
62nd Lenka Sobotkova

Full results

Sunday, 30 September 2012

Remakably tight grouping by the men 40+ (32,35,49,63,69). We don't know the county results yet but could a team medal be on the cards?

31 Joe Francis 01:23:26
32 Andy Bone 01:23:40
32a Jon Pike 01:23:50 (result tbc)
35 Donald Mcclellan 01:24:48
49 Paul Wishart 01:27:02
63 Paul Lawrence 01:29:24
69 Nigel Herron 01:01:29:53
204 Tom Sanderson 01:37:43
295 Terry Avey 01:41:11
496 Stephen Taylor 01:49:10
656 Melanie Newport 01:54:40

Full results

Sunday, 16 September 2012

Great result here by Mal

Mal Burdon

Finish time and position – 11hrs 15 mins (80th)
 
Splits – Swim – 1hr 9 min
            Cycle – 6hrs
            Run – 3hrs 45 min
 
Full results

Sunday, 16 September 2012

Overcast. Light wind. Pacy.

42nd Lance Bellers 39:11
44th Michael Whyte 39:21
48th Nigel Herron 39:33
79th Andrew Haig 42:32 (1st M60)
166th Katie Hall 51:46

Full results

Sunday, 09 September 2012

Nice team effort for the Phoenix men (3rd place once Ben has corrected his entry to Brighton Phoenix!)

1st Ben Tickner 33:02
15th Donald Maclellan 39:37
29th Lance Bellers 41:25
39th Ray Matthews 42:12

Full results

Monday, 27 August 2012

Winning Male in 15:41 Josh Guilmant - Brighton Phoenix
Winning Female in 19:19 Louise Vallier - Arena 80
 
Phoenix runners:
Josh Guilmant 15:41
Ben Tickner 15:55
Terry Avey 20:18
Liz Halliday 22:55
Paule Kremer 23:07

FULL RESULTS

Sunday, 26 August 2012

Winning Male in 37:18 Stephen McLoughlin
Winning Female in 41:14 Angela Carpenter of Chichester Runners
 
Phoenix Runners
Terry Avey 44:30
Melanie Newport 1:01:26

Full results

Sunday, 26 August 2012

Winning Male in 34:20 Michael Page
Winning Female in 36:33 Rabecca More (Worthing & District Harriers)
 
Phoenix runners:
Lance Bellers 41:10
Liz Halliday 47:02
Rik Taub 55:31

Full results

Sunday, 19 August 2012

Winning Male in 1:16:58 Scott Richardson
Winning Female in 1:34:50 Angela Carpenter of Chichester Runners
 
Phoenix Runners:
Andrew Neighbour 1:41:43
Elana Moore 1:58:01
Matt Plass 2:05:37
Katie Hall 2:08:05

Full results

Wednesday, 15 August 2012

 

11 Runners took on the challenge of estimating their time for a downland run which incorporated the infamous Big W above Kingston.

Tom has the honour of getting nearest to his estimate but a great battle was fought between James and Donald for the fastest time - although a few seconds behind at the end Donald did look slightly more "composed" at the top of the  very steep sprint to the finish.

NAME  Estimate Actual Time Difference  
James Miles 25:14:00 00:23:11 00:02:03  
Donald MacLelland 26:30:00 00:23:19 00:02:41  
Andrew Neighbour 28:00:00 00:24:27 00:03:33  
Tim Olsen 29:00:00 00:25:41 00:03:19  
Andrew Haig 29:00:00 00:27:01 00:01:59  
Brian Friend 30:00:00 00:27:41 00:02:19  
Erica Martin 30:00:00 00:27:51 00:02:49  
Lizzy Durman 31:00:00 00:27:59 00:02:01  
Tom Sanderson 30:30:00 00:29:35 00:00:55 * Nearest estimate
Gary Wilson 40:00:00 00:32:32 00:07:28  
Mel Newport 45:00:00 00:35:52 00:09:08

Wednesday, 25 July 2012

30 athletes took part in the 3rd league meet of the Under 13 league at Eastbourne.
A fantastic turnout.

Track results

1st placings
600m        Naomi Fonteyn A
70m Hurdles    Anna Lewis  B
 
2nd placings
75m          Louisa Saunders A
                 Daisy Reuby B
150m         Marina Reid Martin A
4x100 Relay      Daisy Reuby, Anna Lewis, Elorah Mann, Marina Reid Martin
1000m         Chloe Watson B
 
Field results

1st placing
Long Jump    Anna Lewis 3.89m B
 
2nd placings
Long Jump    Marina Reid Martin 4.09 A
High Jump    Tara May
Shot Put       Freya Moss
Discus          Leah Singh
 
There were only three boys turned up for this meeting.
Charlie Watts won his 600m race and came 4th in long jump
Tom Jupp came 4th in the 150m and 5th in the 1000m
William Saunders won his non scoring race of 75m.
Come on you boys!

A= A string B= Bstring
 
Well done to all those who took part and thanks to those parents who have helped at the League meets.
Now for the finals.

Full results

Thursday, 26 July 2012

A perfect summer evening for the annual club Handicap run.  A good turnout and a very tight finish amongst the field due to good handicapping ( and not believing everything the runners said about their level of fitness!)


                                                 Handicap winner -  Melanie Newport
       
  Fastest Lady - Paule Kremer        
  Fastest Man - Josh Guilmant        
           
  Course Best Times          
  Ladies          
  Emma Satterly 33.10 2006        
  Liz Durman 35.06 2007        
  Aimee Billington 35.48 2010        
           
  Men          
  Dave Carter 27.49 2006        
  Finn McNally 27.52 2010        
  Josh Guilmant 28.29 2012        
 

Blackcap 2012                      
  Handicap Finish Time Actual Time Estimated time Difference Position by time  
Melanie Newport     4.00 49.29 45.29 46.15 -0.46  23    
Jake Elliott     20.45 49.43 28.58 29.15 -0.17   4    
Guest
    21.00 49.46 28.46 30.00 -1.14   2    
Wes Mechen     18.30 49.47 31.17 31.29 -0.08   7    
Finn McNally     21.00 49.53 28.53 30.00 -1.07   3    
Daren Elliott     16.30 50.04 33.34 33.23 0.11 11    
Paul Lawrence     15.15 50.10 34.55 34.48 0.07 14    
John Marinko     16.00 50.28 34.28 34.00 0.28 13    
Andy Bone     17.30 50.32 33.02 33.00 0.02 9    
Paule Kremer     11.15 50.34 39.19 38.42 0.37 18    
Donald MacLellan     17.00 50.41 33.41 32.57 0.44 12    
Jade Overy(guest)   9.15 51.11 41.56 40.48 1.08 20    
James Atkinson     19.30 51.12 31.42 30.36 1.06 8    
Phil Hampshire     17.45 51.17 33.32 33.00 0.32 10    
Max Pickard     22.30 51.29 28.59 27.20 1.39 5    
Josh Guilmant     23.00 51.29 28.29 27.18 1.11 1    
Kathryn Harnet     10.00 52.02 42.02 40.28 1.34 21    
Emma Hughes     9.30 52.39 43.09 40.48 2.21 22    
Malcolm Kemp     14.00 52.42 38.42 36.02 2.40 17    
Ben Tickner     23.30 52.46 29.16 26.20 2.56 6    
Andrew Neighbour   16.45 53.24 36.39 33.15 3.24 15    
Paul Collicutt     15.45 53.27 37.42 34.25 3.17 16    
John Lamb     13.30 53.59 40.29 36.36 3.53 19    
Rik Taub     8.30 56.22 47.52 48.01 -0.09 24 Started 6.30 late!!    
       
     



 

Wednesday, 25 July 2012

Only five Phoenix runners in these two off road races. With very hot conditions and change from the previous months weather Tom managed a magnificent third place, following on from his mid week PHK 10K. Brian’s first run after his 100 miler less than a month came in under 5 hours!

The Dewpond 7 is a new race replacing the Jack and Jill loop. The slightly longer still included two big climbs was very well marshaled and sign posted.

Ultra 30 miler
3 Tom Farsides 4:21:04
18 Brian Friend 4:59:25

Dewpond 7
6 Andy Bone 0:50:53
49 Patrick Kearney 1:08:48
57 Rik Taub 1:11:44

Wednesday, 18 July 2012

The rain it rained and the wind it did blow but congratulations to Andy Bone and team for organising another exceptional event. Anecdotal feedback confirms that this race is rapidly gaining in status.

Overall winner was Kenyan athlete John Kales in a time of 30:55 with Phoenix athlete Ben Tickner just four seconds behind. The women's race was won by Cassie Thorpe of City of Portsmouth in a new course record: 35:47.

Phoenix results as follows:

2 Ben Tickner 0:30:59
8 Tom Hopkins 0:33:41
17 Finn McNally 0:35:36
24 Tobias Bremer 0:36:35
31 Wes Mechen 0:37:02
47 Ray Matthews 0:38:31
50 Tom Farsides 0:38:43
51 Donald MacLellan 0:38:47
55 Samuel Miles 0:39:01
59 Daren Elliott 0:39:16
62 Nigel Herron 0:39:26
66 Mal Burden 0:40:06
67 Lance Bellers 0:40:09
71 Paul Wishart 0:40:41
76 Tom Holborn 0:40:37
85 Paul Lawrence 0:40:57
88 Iain Martin 0:40:50
107 Terry Avey 0:41:57 (1st M60)
116 Andrew Haig 0:42:23
130 Stuart Pal 0:42:53
137 Cat Bounds 0:43:04
174 John Donno 0:44:17
202 Paule Kremer 0:45:32
211 Gill Checkley 0:46:08
212 Richard Woodward 0:46:08
241 Sonal Chaudhary 0:47:01
242 Michelle Cartwright 0:47:03
254 Kathryn Harnett 0:47:37
267 Jason Thompson 0:48:11
309 Katie Hall 0:50:55
350 Lucinda Ganpatsingh 0:54:25

Full results

Sunday, 01 July 2012

Richard Moult  12:25:56.

Sunday, 01 July 2012

436 423 Alex Abbott (GBR) 11:01:47 35-39 98 01:13:18 00:05:07 05:29:32 00:04:32 04:09:15

514 513 Chris Mills (GBR) 11:12:43 25-29 54 01:13:39 00:05:19 05:26:27 00:06:23 04:20:53

Well done both great times - reportedly very hot on the run  38c ?

Sunday, 01 July 2012

U13 Sussex Champs and Quad Kids

Results
Girls 1200.
2nd Naomi Fontyn 4.11.30
3rd Almi Nerurkar  4.11.30
6th Charlotte Matthews 4.20.34
7th Chloe Watson 4.21
11th Eve Hull 4.42
 
Discus
2nd Leah Singh 16.06M
 
 
800m
Ateya Marshall 1st in heat 2.45.00 7th overall
Claudia Betts 3rd in heat
 
75m
Daisy Reuby 11.40 3rd in heat
 
Boys
1200M
2nd Sam Betts
 
 
Quadkids
Girls
Isabella Rowney 8th out of 41 competitors
This was her first comp
 
Well done to everyone who took part

Wednesday, 27 June 2012

The Weakest Link 2012 - Weds 27 June @ 7.15

Pos.    No.    Team Name    1st leg    2nd leg    3rd leg    4th leg    5th leg    Finish
                               
1    44    Phoenix Bounty Hunters    9.11    9.03        [35.25]    9.30    44.55
2    58    Arena A    9.06    9.06    9.00    8.19    9.28    45.09
3    18    The Assassins    9.56    9.24    8.13    8.12    9.47    45.32
4    54    Mile Reppers    9.06    8.57        [36.24]    9.39    46.03
5    48    Miles Better    9.36    9.37    9.45    10.24    10.25    49.47
6    63    Phoenix All Stars    10.27    10.08    10.18    8.35    10.44    50.16
7    59    Arena B    9.49    10.07    10.31          9.39        10.32    50.38
8    42    Phoenix O'Vets        [22.11]    11.05    9.57    11.16    54.29
9    33    Arena         [22.33]    10.19    10.16    11.52    55.00
10    61    Arena C        [21.27]    10.56    11.09    11.54    55.26
11    95    No name        [22.20]    11.04    11.06    11.56    56.26
12    77    Arena E    12.05    11.13    10.36    10.29    12.21    56.46
13    67    Phoenix Ladies    11.20    12.49    10.36    10.11    12.38    57.34
14    98    Blazing Saddles    10.16    12.24    10.37    11.37    13.12    58.08
15    91    No name    10.31    12.42    11.23    10.56    12.59    58.29
16    45    Legs 11    11.17    13.06    10.46            59.03
17    99    Late Commers        [23.12]    10.11    13.28    12.32    59.23
18    97    Arena F    13.08    12.06    10.39            59.38
19    78    Arena D    12.54    10.34    11.12    11.31    14.03    60.14
20    80    SRC        [22.29]    13.17    10.58    13.33    60.27
21    85    Dodgy Knees    11.52    13.28    13.20    10.16    13.42    62.38
22    79    Slap Dash    12.47    11.39    12.17    13.10    13.20    63.13
23    65    Muppets    12.21    13.18    12.53    11.51    14.22    64.45
24    19    Jacko & Pacemakers    11.32    15.17    10.51    12.18    15.52    65.50
25    49    Pebble Dashers    14.28    14.17    11.46    9.22    17.25    67.18
26    46    Tortoises    15.19    13.27    11.40    11.48    15.10    67.22
27    57    Where's Marina    12.12    15.02    13.08    11.36    17.04    69.02
28    56    The Snails    12.01    16.13    13.51    10.47    18.04    70.56
29    96    Heathfield/ Uckfield Runners    12.27    13.17    11.07    9.24    14.54    71.09
30    86    Heathfield Henches    12.23    12.58    16.18    13.36    16.36    71.51
31    55    The Hare & The Tortoise    12.40    13.54    17.41    13.37    14.47    72.39
32    43    Blue Idol Runners        [23.09]    17.06    18.08    19.15    77.38
33    47    Fizzy Cupcakes    14.36    14.26    15.42    15.2    19.43    79.45

Times in brackets are the cumulative times of the legs before where the individual splits were missed, hope that makes sense? For Phoenix Bounty Hunters 35.25 is the time of the first four legs. Apologies if we missed your individual time split.

Sunday, 01 July 2012

A little muddier than normal and the odd shower fell, but the home-made cakes and casks of real ale, free to runners, help to make this a special event. The route is around the mighty Bewl Water reservoir, dried up a few months ago but now splendidly full again.

13th Bruce Warren 1:40:25
28th Tom Farsides 1:46:02
65th Lance Bellers 1:51:45
169th Andrew Haig 2:03:23
295th Sonal Chaudhary 2:13:12

Tom had been up most of the night pacing Brian Friend through the final 21 miles of his 100M South Downs Way run. After an hour or two's kip he was off to Bewl and managed to knock a good five minutes off his last year's time. Impressive.

Full Results

Sunday, 24 June 2012

Six Phoenix runners and three age group awards. Not a bad return on this delightful country lane course, not withstanding its gruelling 2K uphill finish.

12th Donald Mclellan 39:26
31st Lance Bellers 42:45
36th Terry Avey 43:11 (1st MV5)
56th Andrew Haig 45:12 (1st MV6)
78th Liz Halliday 47:36 (1st FV3)
122nd Emma Hughes 52:03

Full results

Thursday, 21 June 2012

 

The first Weirwood Triathlon

17 17 2 2 01:22:35 185 Nigel Herron (m-I) Brighton Phoenix Tri Club 22 21 2 2 00:11:36 18 18 2 2 00:48:28 9 9 3 3 00:22:31

 

20 1 2 1 01:26:58 175 Paule Kremer (f-D) Brighton Phoenix Tri Club 25 3 2 1 00:12:02 20 1 2 1 00:49:45 19 1 2 1 00:25:11

 

 

Well done to both and to Paule in particular as first lady.

 

Wednesday, 20 June 2012

Orinenteering Race - approx 10k.

    Name                                                                                                                Club      Class    Time        Mins/K    
  1   Jonathan Crickmore SO M20 40:40 4.07    
  2   Tim Britton BOK M21 41:06 4.11    
  3   Gareth Hutchinson STRIDERS M40 43:17 4.33    
  4   Keith Masson MV M50 43:24 4.34    
  5   Barry McElearney SO M45 43:45 4.38    
  6   Graham Cleminson IND M35 44:31 4.45    
  7   Alistair Masson SO M16 45:10 4.52    
  8   Neil Crickmore SO M50 46:38 4.66    
  9   Alexander Lines SO M18 47:41 4.77    
  10   Lee Kemp SO M35 49:26 4.94    
  11   David Howarth SO M50 50:24 5.04    
  12   Lucy Thraves SO W18 51:24 5.14    
  13   Chris Hooker SO M50 51:39 5.17    
  14   Malcolm Kemp IND M65 52:00 5.20    
  15   Mike Hooper SO M40 52:08 5.21    
  16   John Tewsley FLYERS M45 53:15 5.33    
  17   Phil Jones FLYERS M45 53:21 5.34    
  18   Colin Simpson IND M55 53:35 5.36    
  19   Steve Morris SO M40 54:02 5.40    
  20   Edward Lines SO M14 54:45 5.48    
  21   Ian Waghorn SO M45 54:49 5.48    
  22   Ian Curtis SO M40 56:21 5.64    
  23   Dan Corbie SO M14 56:33 5.66    
  24   Kevin Ives IND M40 56:38 5.66    
  25   Robin Wilson SO M50 57:35 5.76    
  26   Bryony Crickmore SO W21 58:38 5.86    
  27   Pollie Boyle SO W35 60:17 6.03    
  28   Cliff Woolford SO M55 60:19 6.03    
  29   Andrew Hannaford SO M55 61:22 6.14    
  30   Michael Essex HHH M40 62:58 6.30    
  31   David Hatton IND M55 63:22 6.34    
  32   Rhoda Hatton IND W50 63:29 6.35    
  33   Jane Lambert SO W50 64:59 6.50    
  34   Euan Marsh SO M18 68:15 6.83    
  35   Andy Carr IND M35 75:24 7.54    
  36   Jack Harding IND M40 75:36 7.56    
  37   Susan Crickmore SO W50 80:12 8.02    
  38   Alison Hooper SO W35 83:12 8.32    
      Simon Thraves

Wednesday, 13 June 2012

Roy reports:

Wednesday 13 June was the second league meet of the Sussex Under 13 Athletics Competition 2012 held at Lewes Leisure Centre. The weather was warm, unlike the day before when it rained all day. We had a fantastic turn-out of families as well to support our team.

We took 30 girls which is the most we have ever taken including five girls’ relay teams.
We also took a boys team of four.
 
Winners
Track
1000 Almi Nerukar (A) 3.29.4
1000 Chloe Watson(B) 3.31.2
 
Track
Boys
600 Charlie Watts(A) 1.48.2
600 Tom Jupp (B) 1.59.2
1000 Sam Betts(A) 3.21.0

Field (2nd)
Girls
Long Jump Lola Evans (B) 3.48
Shot Leah Singh (A) 5.77
Shot Mia Whitworth Jones (B) 5.00
 
Well done everyone

Full results

Sunday, 10 June 2012

U13 Girls 1500M
1 Almi Nerurka 5:32
2 Chloe Watson 5:43
4 Mia Whitaker-Jones 6:01
7 Esme Whitworth 6:29
8 Katie Granlund 6:41

U11 Girls 1500M
3 Abi Roach Penn 6:23
5 Pia Lewes 6:32
9 Lydia Whitworth 7:05
17 Claudia Clarke 7:35
18 Lucy Sacco 7:44

U15 Girls 2300M
4 Sasha Clarke 10:05

U15 Boys 2300M
3 Will Russell 9:36
4 Harry Swindells 9:29

Full results

Saturday, 02 June 2012

The vets (Andy Bone, Bruce Warren, Jon Pike, Mike Townley, Tom Farsides and Donald Maclellan and driver, Miles Davidson) timed 11:16:12 for silver, with eleven teams competing.

The A team (Lance Bellers, Stuart Pal, Andrew Neighbour, John Marinko, Dave Powell, James Miles and driver, Ro Harrington) timed 11:32:14 for 5th/20.

The B team (Malcolm Kemp, Andrew Haig, Phil Hampshire, Colin Simpson, Brian Friend, Ian Moss and driver, Petra Kop) ran 12:35:23 for 5th/9 – a time that would have got them 5th spot in the vets competition.

The women (Erica Martin Katie Hall, Hildi Mitchell, Anita Jones, Liz Halliday, Cat Bounds and driver, Sue Hudson) ran 13:50:27 coming 4th/7.

16 club records were broken

News report

Phoenix Race Stats

Race results

Sunday, 10 June 2012

swim 400m, bike 25.5km, run 5km

1

01:03:10

Thomas Hopkins (m-F)

00:05:46

00:41:19

00:16:05

8

01:07:37

John Tindell (m-E)

00:05:33

00:43:03

00:19:01

14

01:09:34

Bob Novis (m-L)

00:05:58

00:44:06

00:19:30

20

01:12:09

Benjamin Tickner  (m-F)

00:09:01

00:47:54

00:15:14

29

01:14:35

Nigel Herron (m-I)

00:07:35

00:45:47

00:21:13

30

01:14:36

Roland Harrington (m-I)

00:06:39

00:46:53

00:21:04

42

01:16:56

Mark Walker (m-I)

00:06:42

00:49:30

00:20:44

48

01:17:28

Erica Martin (f-F)

00:07:17

00:50:35

00:19:36

112

01:25:44

Richard Woodward (m-G)

00:07:25

00:55:32

00:22:47

117

01:26:15

Andrew Chapman (m-H)

00:10:04

00:53:25

00:22:46

128

01:27:12

Katie Hall (f-E)

00:09:46

00:51:23

00:26:03

135

01:28:01

Paule Kremer (f-D)

00:07:37

00:55:24

00:25:00

141

01:28:50

Cathryn Walsh (f-H)

00:08:44

00:53:25

00:26:41


Full Results

Congratulations to Tom on his win and to Erica on her 2nd

 

Sunday, 10 June 2012

Brighton Phoenix Open & BMC Events - 30.5.12, RESULTS


100 metre Open Time :18:17
Heat:1 Wind : 0.0
1 352 JACK FOSTER PHOE U15B 12.98
2 351 HANNA WARD-PENNY PHOE U17W 14.34

800 metre U9 Open Time :18:47
Heat:1
1 391 ALEX BROTHWELL U9B 2:55.02
2 300 LUKAS NERURKAR PHOE U9B 3:03.89
3 215 MILES ADDY PHOE U9B 3:10.41
4 234 RUDY JONES U9B 3:22.19
5 332 ROBERT CROOK SMITH BODYWORKS U9B 3:26.22
6 286 KIT DANIELS PHOE U9B 3:30.10
7 245 OSCAR SWINDELLS PHOE U9B 3:34.95
8 227 WILLIAM MUZIO U9B 3:51.61
9 285 LEON DANIELS PHOE U9B 3:59.68
10 263 JACK TOLLERFIELD U9B 4:25.14

800 metre U9 Open Time :18:47
Heat:2
1 388 BETHANY COOK BODYWORKS U9G 3:08.22
2 235 MIA EDWARDS U9G 3:22.34
3 226 EMILY MUZIO U9G 3:24.42
4 274 CHARLOTTE ELLIOT BODYWORKS U9G 3:31.60
5 389 HANNAH MILLER U9G 3:38.58
6 225 CIARA MUZIO U9G 3:42.50
7 392 IMOGEN PIKE U9G 3:47.82
8 236 AOIFE EDWARDS U9B 3:51.48
9 229 LOTTIE APPS U9G 3:53.24
10 228 FLORA DAVIS U9G 3:54.51
11 297 MOLLY ETHERTON PHOE U9G 3:57.92

800 metre U11 Open Time :19:07
Heat:1
1 229 LOTTIE APPS U9G 3:38.58
2 396 WILLIAM SAUNDERS U11B 3:42.50
3 402 JOE DAVIES U11B 3:47.82
4 248 CHARLIE CLOKE PHOE U11B 3:51.48
5 289 TOBY BYRNE PHOE U11B 3:53.24
6 216 DANIEL ADDY PHOE U11B 3:54.51
7 322 JAKE MATHIESON U11B 3:38.59
8 350 JAMES LUCAS U11 3:42.51
9 309 ARCHIE KNIGHTS U11B 3:47.83
10 305 AIDAN BARNES U11B 3:51.49
11 336 ADAM FIRSHT U11B 3:53.25
12 325 JACOB SAMPSON U11B 3:54.52

800 metre U11 Open Time :19:07
Heat:2
1 212 ISABELLA ROWNEY PHOE U11G 3:22.19
2 323 LESLEY WOLFENDEN PHOE U11G 3:13.37
3 324 LILY JEWEL PHOE U9G 3:13.71
4 281 PIA LEWIS PHOE U11G 3:18.41
5 403 ABI ROACH PENN U11G 3:19.39
6 318 LYDIA WHITWORTH U11G 3:20.36
7 232 ROXY JONES U11G 3:21.64
8 319 MADELINE MARINKO-MAECHLER PHOE U11G 3:25.57
9 223 LAUREN HULL PHOE U11G 3:26.15
10 222 BETHANY HULL PHOE U11G 3:26.85

800 metre U11 Open Time :19:07
Heat:3
1 279 HARMONY COOPER HASTINGS U11G 2:55.74
2 330 FRANCESCA WHITE PHOE U11G 3:04.57
3 214 EDITH PARKER PHOE U9G 3:18.38
4 266 ISABEL JEFFREY U9G 3:21.62
5 306 MOLLY WEST PHOE U11G 3:21.69
6 334 MELISSA YASAR U11G 3:25.10
7 307 TEGAN CORDER PHOE U11G 3:28.75
8 272 CLAUDIA CLARKE PHOE U11G 3:33.51
9 314 CHLOE PHILIPS U9G/U11? 3:36.67
10 294 HANNAH PELLING PHOE U11G 3:42.06
11 311 NIAMH MAYE U11G 3:56.48

800 metre U13 Open Time :20:06
Heat:1
1 326 CHARLIE WATTS PHOE U13B 2:35.01
2 371 BEN MARTIN U13B 2:37.34
3 218 TOMMY BLANDEN BTN U13B 2:38.64
4 398 LIAM NEALE U13B 2:44.16
5 295 JOSEPH PELLING PHOE U13B 2:46.95
6 296 JACK ETHERTON PHOE U13B 2:47.24
7 302 TOM JUPP PHOE U13B 2:47.45
8 410 JACK NICHOLLS U13B 2:49.41
9 243 LOUIE KAVALLARES WORTH U13B 2:49.81
10 310 ROBERT MAYE U13B 3:10.25

800 metre U13 Open Time :20:06
Heat:2
1 220 THOMAS THAYRE CRAW U13B 2:27.18
2 399 BRODIE KEATES U13B 2:35.00
3 397 HARRY NEALE U13B 2:36.77
4 393 LIAM COLEMAN U13B 2:43.96
5 406 EDWARD TAYLOR U13B 2:44.19
6 401 JASPER BAKER U13B 2:46.52
7 337 FRANCIS BARKER PHOE U13B 2:54.59
8 335 JOSHUA FIRSHT U13B 2:57.86
9 329 JOSHUA WHITE PHOE U13B 3:07.51
10 338 DARWIN BARKER PHOE U13B 3:12.49
11 394 RYAN LOWRY SMITH U13B 3:16.19

800 metre U13 Open Time :20:06
Heat:3
1 308 HANNAH COOK HASTINGS U11G 2:36.89
2 267 AMBER ANNING BTN U13G 2:40.34
3 405 BECKY SMART U13G 2:40.81
4 299 ALMI NERURKAR PHOE U13G 2:45.66
5 298 CHLOE WATSON PHOE U13G 2:46.23
6 287 RUBY DANIELS PHOE U13G 2:46.54
7 395 LOUISA SAUNDERS U13G 2:46.78
8 241 CHARLOTTE MATTHEWS PHOE U13G 2:47.04
9 407 CARMEN ADJARE U13G 2:47.96
10 276 KATRIONA BROWN REIGATE U13G 2:48.04
11 365 ANNA LEWIS U13G 2:50.07
12 204 AMY FINES WORTH U13G 2:50.75
404 NAOMI FONTEYN PHOE U13G DNF

800 metre U13 Open Time :20:06
Heat:4
1 321 JODIE BUSHBY WORTH U13G 2:49.18
2 206 CLAUDIA BETTS PHOE U13G 2:50.69
3 200 ELLA GRABSKY PHOE U13G 2:51.04
4 411 ELLA TICKTIN SMITH U13G 2:52.97
5 251 MIA WHITAKER-JONES PHOE U13G 2:56.63
6 211 DAISY REUBY PHOE U13G 3:04.84
7 409 RUBY GRAVES U13G 3:05.10
8 290 LOLA EVANS PHOE U13G 3:05.30
9 313 ALEX VIDLER PHOE U13G 3:05.47
10 213 LUCY PARKER PHOE U13G 3:05.66
11 224 EVE HULL PHOE U13G 3:05.87
12 315 JASMINE EVANS PHOE U13G 3:07.17
13 400 GRACE BROCK U13G 3:07.23
14 408 IZZIE WHITELEGG PHOE U13G 3:07.93
15 317 ESME WHITWORTH U13G 3:11.58
16 209 KATE GRANLUND PHOE U13G 3:14.94
17 265 ALICE JEFFREY PHOE U13G 3:18.89
18 316 LEAH SINGH U13G 3:18.97
19 221 FREYA MOSS PHOE U13G 3:29.83

800 metre U15 - Sen Open Time :20:11
Heat:1
1 362 CASEY KEATES U15B 2:15.86
2 361 FRAZER BEATON U15B 2:20.90
3 253 MATTHEW BERRIDGE PHOE U15 2:29.10
4 368 OLIVER JOHNSON PHOE U15B 2:35.82
5 355 JOE LILLIE PHOE U15B 2:36.03
6 238 SAM CRITCHLEY WSEH U15 2:37.46
7 237 HARRY CRITCHLEY WSEH U15 2:41.34
8 367 JOE SIMMONDS U15B 2:44.38
9 210 CHAY REUBY PHOE U15 2:48.16
10 364 MILAN DONNO U15B 2:53.27
11 358 ADAM LOWRY SMITH U15B 2:59.16

800 metre U15 - Sen Open Time :20:11
Heat:2
1 342 JARAN FINN CROYDON M35 2:15.73
2 366 LEAH EVERSON U15G 2:26.28
3 201 ERIN BATEMANN HORSHAM U15G 2:30.23
4 239 CAITLIN CRITCHLEY WSEH U17G 2:30.95
5 270 ZOE BOTTING HASTINGS U15G 2:32.86
6 231 NANCY JONES U15G 2:32.87
7 360 ISOBELL MUIR SW 2:37.60
8 363 MARIA ANDREWS PHOE U15G 2:44.26
9 247 MADELINE HOUGHTON PHOE U15G 2:45.40
10 249 CHLOE KNIGHT HAVANT U17G 2:45.79
11 283 ALICE RORKE HAVANT U17G 2:47.32
12 375 CAMILLE BURTON PHOE U17W 2:47.71
13 354 ISABELLE JONES U15G 2:48.41
14 370 AMBER MUIR PHOE U17W 2:50.32
15 273 SASHA CLARKE PHOE U15G 2:50.89
16 244 HELEN PELLETT WORTH W45 2:53.71
17 291 TARA MAY PHOE U15G 2:59.95

800 metre BMC Time :23:44
Heat:1
1 1 Charlie Grice PHOE U20 1:49.68
2 8 Matt McLaughlin WOODFORD U20 1:51.71
3 4 Dan Stepney PHOE SM 1:52.45
4 6 Dale Clutterbuck BASILDN U23 1:52.80
5 5 Adam Smith BTN SM 1:54.46
6 9 Thomas Ashby GUILDFORD SM 1:57.36
7 2 Will Durkin PHOE U20 1:57.80
8 3 Kric Everett HASTINGS SM 1:58.28
9 13 Billy White PHOE U17 2:00.48

800 metre BMC Time :23:44
Heat:2
1 17 Josh Burgess LEWES SM 1:59.37
2 96 Matthew Bennett SOUTHAMPTON SM 2:00.75
3 102 Matt Suter LEWES SM 2:00.90
4 18 Martin Johnson SOUTHAMPTON SM 2:00.96
5 12 Charlie Baldwin WORTHING U17 2:01.53
6 11 Jason Wolodridge HBS U20 2:01.99
7 16 John Morey WORTHING U20 2:02.25
8 32 James Hancock SUTON U17 2:02.65
9 14 Will Thompson PHOE U17 2:04.46
10 19 Joseph Stanley REIGATE U17 2:05.45
11 98 Reece Bowman HASTINGS U20 2:14.93
10 Sam Kitchen PHOE U17 DNF

800 metre BMC Time :23:44
Heat:3
1 22 Aidrian Haines CRAWLEY 2:05.03
2 23 Daniel Eales CHICHESTER U17 2:05.04
3 31 Jamie Brown REIGATE U15 2:07.85
4 34 Aiden Faulty HBS U20 2:09.11
5 30 Stuart Hicks SOUTHAMPTON 2:09.57
6 26 Tim Carnell REIGATE U17 2:10.10
7 29 Anthony Donalson HASTINGS U17 2:10.80
8 33 Corin Reynolds HAVANT 2:11.35
9 27 Jack Wylie DORKING U17 2:15.06
10 24 Aiden Buffet LEWES U15 2:18.89
11 25 Sam Rodgers LEWES U15 2:21.00

800 metre BMC Time :23:44
Heat:4
1 257 MATTHEW BOXALL 2:15.20
2 108 Harry Sullivan 2:16.08
3 37 Megan Edwards DARTFORD U23 2:17.98
4 106 Katy Bird CHICHESTER U20 2:18.82
5 39 Sophie Mansfield CRAWLEY U15 2:19.91
6 38 Niami Brown REIGATE U15 2:20.10
7 288 DAVID MCKEOWN WEBSTER ARENA 80 M40 2:20.27
8 110 Sally Read-Cayton 2:21.12
9 40 Connor Sullivan LEWES U15 2:21.31
10 35 Lauren Bourne WORTHING U20 2:27.53

800 metre BMC Time :23:44
Heat:5
1 43 Evie Grace PORTSMOUTH U17 2:12.12
2 217 TARA BAGE CHICHESTER U15 2:24.54
3 47 Emma Robertson LEWES U23 2:24.64
4 48 Rachel Evans SOUTHAMPTON SW 2:25.16
5 292 CHARLOTTE READING 2:25.84
6 45 Ellie Czura PORTSMOUTH U15 2:28.52
7 46 Nicole Allen HBS U17 2:32.76
8 42 Eve Rothwell LEWES U17 2:33.68
9 49 Katie Lankshear WORTHING U17 2:37.46
10 259 NICOLA MEED HBS U17 2:39.12

1500 metre BMC Time :20:34
Heat:1
1 55 Ben Tickner PHOE SM 3:53.54
2 56 Frank Tickner WELLS SM 3:58.51
3 57 Josh Guilmant PHOE SM 3:59.10
4 59 Daniel Wallis GUILDFORD U17 4:00.50
5 95 Robbie Fitzgibbon PHOE U17 4:01.42
6 53 Matt Peel CRAWLEY SM 4:06.61
7 60 Mathew Gordan HAVANT U20 4:08.22
8 50 Alistair Moses REIGATE SM 4:09.15
9 62 James McKenzie CHICHESTER U17 4:10.23
10 69 Matt Bristow BTN M35 4:12.65
11 61 Harry Leieu CHICHESTER U17 4:14.81
12 103 Jose Luceron PHOE SM 4:15.76
13 94 Henry Teague-Smith WORTHING SM 4:15.90
14 107 Jake Alger EASTBOURNE U17 4:17.52
15 54 Jack Woods WORTHING U17 4:27.10

1500 metre BMC Time :20:34
Heat:2
1 71 Ryan Higgs HASTINGS U17 4:29.07
2 70 Kai O'Neill IOW U15 4:31.13
3 76 Joshua James CHICHESTER U17 4:31.60
4 68 Luke Cooper HASTINGS U15 4:32.80
5 67 Patrick McManus LEWES U17 4:34.62
6 73 Grace Cook BODYWORKS U15 4:36.95
7 72 Tom Lankshear WORTHING U17 4:37.45
8 109 Carla Plowdon-Roberts IOW U17 4:39.05
9 64 Laura Gent AFD U20 4:39.20
10 75 Jess Andrews AFD 4:39.46
11 97 Emma Dixon BTN U20 4:49.04
12 65 Harrison King BODYWORKS U17 4:51.54
13 80 Rebecca Elphick HASTINGS U17 4:58.15

1500 metre BMC Time :20:34
Heat:3
1 79 Louise Nash HASTINGS U17 4:49.38
2 92 Matt Herring HASTINGS U15 4:53.06
3 74 Angel Collins LEWES U20 4:57.32
4 91 Camille Cowan HBS U17 4:58.95
5 87 Josie Czura SOUTHAMPTON U13 5:03.11
6 104 Theo Donegan BTN U15 5:03.30
7 81 Harvey Moon PORTSMOUTH U13 5:13.93
8 105 George Crook-Smith BODYWORKS U15 5:17.63
9 90 Becky Hagger HASTINGS U15 5:19.60
10 86 Masie Grice SOUTHAMPTON U13 5:22.03
11 89 Lucy Ellis HASTINGS U15 5:38.43

1500 metre SC Open Time :20:45
Heat:1
1 381 JAMES MCCARTHY BTN SM 4:28.52
2 240 CHARLIE CRITCHLEY WSEH U17B 4:29.97

3000 metre U15 - Sen Open Time :21:26
Heat:1
1 252 KEVIN ROJAS BTN SM 8:48.45
2 219 KEVIN MASON BTN SM 8:49.43
3 255 ED O'BRIEN WORTH ST SM 8:54.44
4 376 STEPHEN FERRONI BTN U15B 9:12.20
5 260 JOSH PAINTER BTN SM 9:16.87
6 378 ALEX WEST U17M 9:32.04
7 359 SEAN PARKER HARDING U20M 9:33.29
8 357 JAMIE LARKIN HASTINGS M40 9:33.82
9 278 CHRISTIAN FAIRES TUFF FITTY TRI 9:35.33
10 254 GRACE BAKER HASTINGS 9:49.31
312 JOSH VARNEY HASTINGS SM DNF

3000 metre U15 - Sen Open Time :21:26
Heat:2
1 328 TIM CALLIFAS LEWES U20M 9:49.09
2 380 FRANCIS SCARR U20M 10:05.90
3 261 NIALL ROBINSON BTN SM 10:10.42
4 208 DAVID POWELL PHOE M40 10:25.88
5 327 EDWARD GERWAT CHICH U15 10:34.38
6 379 ROBERT VALLANCE U17M 10:45.47
7 369 RYAN BOWYER U20M 10:45.95
8 269 SOPHIE MARWICK HASTINGS U15G 10:46.88
9 340 KEVIN WHEELER PORTSMOUTH SM 11:00.33
10 271 ROSE ELLIS CHICH U15G 11:01.82
11 284 GEORGINA WARNER CHICH U17G 11:16.40
12 282 ROSIE INMAN HORSHAM U20W 11:18.12
13 333 JEMMA CLARRY SW 11:33.76
14 377 LUCY THRAVES U20W 11:34.25
15 320 WILL RUSSELL PHOE U15 11:39.13
16 256 EMILIA WILLIAMS WORTH U17G 12:14.84
17 202 ANDY CHAPMAN PHOE SM 12:21.94
18 372 DANIEL COMENS M35 12:36.03

2000m SC Time :20:48
Heat:1
1 342 JARAN FINN CROYDON M35 7:15.62

1500m SC Women Time :20:57
Heat:1
1 374 ABBIE ASHBIE SIMMONDS CRAW U20W 5:11.37
2 250 AMY BREAM HAVANT U20W 5:39.33
3 264 RACHEL TITHERADGE BTN U20W 5:45.18

Wednesday, 06 June 2012

The wind turned up like last year for this popular event so times a little down perhaps but good turnout for Phoenix.

7th Tobias Bremer 35:27
11th James Miles 36:29
41st Iain Martin 39:33
46th Tom Farsides 39:42
95th Liz Durman 42:31
108th Terry Avey 43:00
208th Liz Brama 46:31

Full results

Sunday, 03 June 2012

Congratulations to Darryl Hards for his fine win on a tough course. 1:21:29

Good result too from Terry Avey 57th in 1:46:54

Full results

Sunday, 03 June 2012

'Long Triathlon’ (800m swim, 37km bike, 9.25km run),

10 Iain Martin 00:14:02 00:00:31 01:03:25 00:00:41 00:39:27 01:58:06
11 Malcolm Hughes 00:14:09 00:00:37 01:01:29 00:00:51 00:41:28 01:58:34
66 Steven Johnson 00:18:31 00:03:31 01:11:44 00:01:57 00:49:48 02:25:31

Iain got 2nd vet and Malcolm 1st supervet. This was Steven's first tri at this distance.

full results

‘Sprint Triathlon’ (400m swim, 19km bike, 5.26km run)

6 Bob Novis 00:06:28 00:00:32 00:33:19 00:00:32 00:21:30 01:02:21
8 Wes Mechen 00:06:41 00:00:43 00:34:25 00:00:27 00:21:05 01:03:21
42 Emma Hughes 00:07:00 00:00:36 00:40:29 00:00:38 00:26:23 01:15:06

Emma was 2nd female and Bob 1st supervet.

full results

Wednesday, 23 May 2012

Wednesday 23rd May was the first league meet of the Sussex Under 13 Athletics Competition 2012 held at Lewes Leisure Centre. The weather was warm, not like the last 6 weeks of rain on a wednesday evening, which we have now called 'the Phoenix rain' !
We had a fantastic turn-out of families to support our team, we took 26 girls to this meet which is the most we have ever taken. We were able to enter 5 girls’ relay teams.
We also took a boys team of 6.
Both teams did extremely well and we had winners in 6 events

Girls
75m A Daisy Reuby
600m A Naomi Fonteyn
1000m B Chloe Watson

Boys
600m A Charlie watts
600m B Tom Jupp
1000m Sam Betts

Field events
Tara May came 4th in the high jump 1.20m
Leah Singh came 2nd in the discuss 16.64m

Well done to all!

Full results

Sunday, 27 May 2012

This was the first running of this race and an addition to the Sussex Grand Prix programme.

It was stiflingly hot and very 'undulating' but the one lap course was run through quiet tree-lined country lanes which made for an extremely attractive course.

Andrew Haig 1:16:55 (1st M65)
Terry Avey 1:27:27

Full results

Wednesday, 23 May 2012

Josh Guilmant ran the first Bexhill 5k of the summer series on Wed 23rd and took the race by the scruff of the neck. His winning time of 15:06 smashed the course record by an incredible 31 seconds and was an incredible 93 seconds ahead of the next placed athlete. Superb running Josh. These facebook comments are an indication of how awed people were:

Mark Ryalls I still can't believe the guy that won it, like Billy Whizzz!

TL Sports Events He was amazing, such smooth graceful running, he was definitely in a class of his own last night. And such a lovely, down to earth guy to chat to. Fantastic to see the course record smashed!

Capitan Slow He asked me a bout the course before the race and I told him all about it, I even mentioned "don't worry you won't get lost, just follow the crowd " !! as if....

Terry Avey was the only other Phoenix runner and he recorded a staunch 20:17 for 2nd M60

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Sunday, 20 May 2012

Cool overcast day on a flat fast course.

23rd Daren Elliot 38:12
65th Terry Avey 40:46 (ist M60)

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Sunday, 20 May 2012

Cool, overcast, two long uphill drags. Not a pb opportunity!

66th Andrew Haig 44:34 (1st M65)
99th Liz Brama 46:33

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Saturday, 19 May 2012

2.5km run, 18km bike, 2.5km run

 

Erica Martin was first lady in 1:01:26

Liz Halliday was 4th lady in 1:08:55

 

Full results

Sunday, 13 May 2012

swim 500m bike 16km run 3.5km

1 00:53:07 Alex Bonzi 00:08:06 00:32:10 00:12:51
2 00:53:57 Malcolm Hughes 00:08:54 00:31:10 00:13:53
17 01:01:47 Erica Martin 00:09:33 31 00:38:22 00:13:52
32 01:06:45 Paule Kremer 00:09:50 00:40:23 00:16:32
34 01:07:50 Liz Halliday 00:10:11 00:40:17 00:17:22
64 01:21:15 Katie Hall 00:14:21 00:49:07 00:17:47

Well done to Alex on the win.

Erica was 2nd lady.

Sunday, 13 May 2012

This is a fast and flat seafront out and back run and an SGP race. It was a beautiful sunny morning with just a light headwind on the out run. Phoenix were represented by just three vet runners but punched way above our weight coming 7th out of 36 scoring men's teams.

Bruce Warren
ran a superb 28:58 for seventh place (2nd MV45)
Terry Avey ran 32:33 for 40th place (2nd MV60)
Andrew Haig ran 33:39 for 50th place (1st MV65)

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Sunday, 06 May 2012

In pretty grim conditions Brian Friend braved this most gruelling of marathons and finished an impressive 20th in 3:56:09

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Saturday, 05 May 2012

The format for this is races on three consecutive days with a total distance adding up to 26.2 miles (ring any bells). The weather was miserable and each course was partially off-road so well done to the following, especially Sonal and Rik who bravely ran the two 10 milers:

SAT 5 MAY – EAST GRINSTEAD 10M
102nd Sonal Chaudhary 1:32:18
168th Rik Taub 1:43:20

SUN 6 MAY – HAYWARDS HEATH 10M (Also an SGP event)
35th Lance Bellers 1:09:43 (2nd M45)
68th Andrew Haig 1:15:56 (1st M65)
169th Sonal Chaudhary 1:27:10
190th Vimutka Thurlow 1:29:41
329th Rik Taub 1:45:02

MON 7 MAY – BURGESS HILL 10K
66th Will Thomas 47:27

Full results

Sunday, 06 May 2012

Long Course 800m swim/35.1k cycle/8k run



OverallBibCompetitorCategoryLocationClubFinishSwimT1CycleT2Run


1 6 Thomas Hopkins 30-34 Brighton Phoenix Tri 1:37:53 0:12:09 0:12:55 0:56:12 1:09:50 0:28:02


6 11 John Tindell 25-29 Brighton Phoenix Tri 1:47:12 0:13:11 0:14:13 0:59:03 0:00:40 0:33:14

  14 68 Richard Moult 25-29 Brighton Phoenix Tri 2:00:36 0:18:26 0:21:23 1:20:41 1:22:47 2:00:36

  52 41 Deborah Evers 50-54 Brighton Phoenix Tri 2:17:08 0:15:22 0:16:33 1:15:35 1:33:26 0:43:42
 
Short Course (400m awim/18.5k cycle/4.6k run)
 
OverallBibCompetitorCategoryLocationClubFinishSwimT1CycleT2Run


6 210 Wes Mechen 30-34 Brighton Phoenix Tri 0:57:09 0:06:49 0:00:37 0:31:38 0:00:34 0:17:29


31 258 Stuart Townsend 30-34 Brighton Phoenix Tri 1:03:30 0:08:04 0:00:54 0:34:49 0:00:45 0:18:57


40 245 Nigel Herron 45-49 Brighton Phoenix Tri 1:04:21 0:08:07 0:01:47 0:33:38 0:01:10 0:19:37


66 228 Emma Hughes 25-29 Brighton Phoenix Tri 1:08:38 0:07:02 0:00:51 0:38:40 0:00:44 0:21:19


76 299 Will Flewett 60-64 Brighton Phoenix Tri 1:09:46 0:08:13 0:01:42 0:37:35 0:01:36 0:20:38


103 269 Barney Dines 35-39 Brighton Phoenix Tri 1:12:38 0:08:23 0:01:56 0:38:24 0:00:44 0:23:08
 

 

Sunday, 22 April 2012

Whilst thousands were pounding the streets of London, a group of Phoenix runners were enjoying the  Angmering Estate in West Sussex for the annual Angmering Bluebell 10k trial run, which this year also included a 10mile trial run.

As the race title suggests the race is very scenic, run mainly of road with a mixture of open countryside and woods paved in bluebells. The spectators however were probably more aware of the stunning scenery as the race conditions were hard, the hilly twisting course being made more challenging by a week of rain making large sections very muddy and slippery. In fact it was probably muddier than any of this year’s cross country courses!

In the 10k race James Atkinson finished third male, with Darren Elliot running only a week after the Brighton Marathon finishing a very credible 12th. In the 10 mile race Bruce Warren was third male and Catherine Bounds third female, with Bruce also taking first place in the Supervet category.

10k

James Atkinson 3rd male 39:08

Darren Elliot 12th male 42:12

10mile

Bruce Warren 3rd male 1:04:33

Catherine Bounds 3rd female 1:14:26

Full reults

Sunday, 22 April 2012

Terrific conditions this year and a good turnout (at least by the men) to take advantage. Unusually three Phoenix runners – Terry, Brian and Mike – did the double, by also running the Brighton Marathon the previous week.

Congratulations all.

31st Jon Pepper (second claim) 2:21:48
41st Ian Leitch 2:26:45
1037th Michael Whyte 2:58:20
1118th Leigh Beard 2:59:09
1305th Tom Farsides3:01:08
3576th Iain Martin 3:23:37
3582nd Brian Friend 3:27:23
10,767th Stuart Batchelor 3:59:07
17,394th Terry Avey 4:25:24

Full results

Sunday, 22 April 2012

Sprint distance M 55-59 AG

7  of 22 Tim Woodman GBR GB 01:18:40  00:14:44 00:03:10 00:37:35 00:01:22 00:21:47

 

Standard Distance F50-54 AG

6 of 11 Deborah Evers GBR GB 02:54:21  00:30:14 00:04:17 01:25:33 00:01:51 00:52:26

Sunday, 15 April 2012

We count 62 young athletes from Phoenix in the results and just look at those amazing times. To make our day, there were four Phoenix winners from the twelve races. Well done everybody.

U18 Boys
1 Will Durkin 4:24
3 Billy White 4:36

U15
1 Sam Kitchen 4:46
13 Harry Swindells 5:53
17 Will Russell 6:06

U18 Girls
8 Maia Tunley 6:56

U15 Girls
8 Jody Mann 6:17
11 Natacha Rodrigues 6:30
13 Maria Andrews 6:38
14 Madelaine Houghton 6:39
47 Josie Whitelegg 8:52

U13 Boys Race 1
2 Sam Betts 5:46
9 Jack Etherton 6:17
17 Joe Aston 6:39

U13 Boys Race 2
3 Max Winter 6:00
9 Charlie Warren 6:13
26 Harrison Saunders 6:45
34 Darwin Ruston 7:00
61 Jago Shakoori 7:47

U13 Girls Race 1
3 Naomi Fonteyn 6:08
9 Claudia Betts 6:50
12 Eve Hull 6.55
14 Ruby Graves 7.13
15 Kate Granlund 7.13
20 Ella Blake 7:22
30 Amelia Arlett 7:35

U13 Girls Race 2
1 Almi Nerurkar 5:54
2 Chloe Watson 6:14
4 Elorah Mann 6:24
5 Charlotte Matthews 6:30
6 Louisa Saunders 6:32
10 Maia Whitaker-Jones 6.45
14 Tara May 6:58
18 Ateya MArshall 7:04
21 Izzy Whitelegg 7:09
22 Esme Whitworth 7.13
28 Alex Vidler 7:21
30 Briony Lawrie 7:26
36 Isobel Willett 7:42
66 Constance Pope 8:29

U11 Boys Race 2
10 Miles Jamie 6.37
11 Jake Mathieson 6.45
16 Lucas Nerurkar 6.47
26 Archie Knights 7.04
 
U11 Boys Race 3
4 Finn O’ Connor 6.27
13 Oscar Saunders 6.50
14 William Saunders 6.51
36 Ben Tennant 7.14
 
U11 Girls Race 1
7 Marie Belcher 7.03
 
U11 Girls Race 2
8 Pia Lewis 7.16
9 Lily Jewell 7.19
30 Lauren Hull 7.55
41 Bethany Hull 8.13
43 Madeleine Marinko Maechler 8.13
 
U11 Girls Race 3
1  Isabella Rowney 6.46
2  Abi Roach Penn 6.51
12 Alice Wolfenden 7.27
18 Lydia Whitworth 7.43
20 Emma Stern 7.48
31 Mary Watts 8.07
65 Caitlin Turnidge 8.49
128 Imogen Pike 9.52

Full results

Sunday, 15 April 2012

It was another perfect day for distance running; maybe a little on the chilly side and perhaps that breeze was stiffer than ideal at times but the organisers have been blessed by fine weather for the third year running. Phoenix are pretty keen on this event and 25 of us joined in the fun. As you can see by the results, just over one and a half hours covered our finishing times indicating an impressive general standard. It was also great to see so many Phoenix members out on the course giving vocal support.

30 Pat Davoren 2:52:36
54 Andy Bone 2:57:02
94 Jon Pike 3:04:41
145 Bob Novis 3:09:57
178 Donald Maclellan 3:11:40
264 Tom Sanderson 3:16:11
313 Tom Holborn 3:17:48
326 Dave Powell 3:19:57
429 Andrew Neighbour 3:23:44
532 Paul Lawrence 3:23:57
757 Ian Moss 3:27:41
719 Andrew Field 3:28:54
672 Miles Davidson 3:29:35
674 Michael Whyte 3:29:37 (Pacemaker for 3:30)
921 Tess Sandilands 3:32:48
1004 John Donno 3:34:10
960 Malcolm Kemp 3:36:02
1019 Stuart Batchelor 3:37:41
1141 Paule Kremer 3:39:29
1316 Daren Elliott 3:43:45 (Pacemaker for 3:45)
2406 Richard Moult 3:57:22
2526 Brian Friend 3:57:41 (Pacemaker for 4:00)
3548 Stephen Taylor 4:09:10
3510 Terry Avey 4:14:40
5018 Cathryn Walsh 4:31:40

Full results

 

Saturday, 07 April 2012

A hugely successful day for Phoenix athletes with representation at all levels.

U13 boys took gold with a fine individual course record by Archie Davis. U15 boys took bronze with Billy White storming to an individual course record. The story was repeated with the senior men taking gold and bronze medals. The A team set a fantastic course record with Ben Tickner lowering the individual record by a huge margin. The medals continued for the men with O50s taking bronze and O60s taking silver.

No medals for the female athletes but some fine performances non-the less with all age groups represented (even if the vet women raced in the wrong category!).

There is a full report in the news section and full results here.

Sunday, 01 April 2012

Normally this event attracts a number of Phoenix runners. This year it was just Tom Farsides who ran a fine pb and second claimer Jon Pepper.

266th Tom Farsides 1:23:13

16th Jon Pepper (Second claim) 1:08:26

Jon was in one of the leading groups and they were sent 500 metres in the wrong direction.
He was on for a 64 minutes. But looking good for his London Marathon debut

Full results

Sunday, 25 March 2012

 

5 MV 3 Nigel Herron Brighton Phoenix Tri 0:15:19 (7) 1:01:18 (9) 0:32:12 (8) 1:48:49
6 MSV 1 Malcolm Hughes Brighton Phoenix Tri 0:15:18 (6) 1:00:20 (6) 0:33:17 (12) 1:48:55

15 M 7 Alex Bonzi Brighton PHOENIX TRI 0:14:11 (2) 1:11:31 (39) 0:31:08 (3)

1:56:50

30 F 1 Erica Martin Brighton Phoenix Triathlon Club 0:15:40 (13) 1:14:02 (46) 0:34:44 (18) 2:04:26

56 FV 2 Cathryn Walsh Brighton Phoenix Tri 0:19:38 (58) 1:18:45 (59) 0:46:30 (59) 2:24:53

Sunday, 25 March 2012

 

        
Place
Time
Name
Team
Category
Number
Chip
Grading
        
74 1:26:13 Michael Whyte Phoenix AC Men 45-49 3945 1:26:10 74.13
359 1:37:15 Catherine Bounds Phoenix AC Ladies 18-39 4230 1:35:39 67.66
622 1:43:09 Paule Kremer Phoenix AC Ladies 18-39 1848 1:42:27 63.79
694 1:44:22 Stuart Pal Phoenix AC Men 40-44 881 1:43:16 59.04
1151 1:52:15 Neil Foley Phoenix AC Men 45-49 3410 1:49:46 56.51
1450 1:56:08 Deborah Evers Phoenix AC Ladies 50-54 785 1:54:55 65.15

Full results

Sunday, 18 March 2012

29th Tom Farsides 2:12:53
68th Iain Martin 2:21:21
109th Paul Lawrence 2:28:52

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Saturday, 10 March 2012

Incorporating the BTF National Duathlon Championships 2012 and the ITU World Duathlon Championships qualification.

406 Erica Martin 660 02:34:35 Ages 30 - 34 21 Female 58 19 00:40:20 248 00:01:30 443 01:30:45 488 00:01:37 519 00:20:21 261

 

 

full results http://dload.pse.s3.amazonaws.com/results/dambusterduathlon2012results.pdf

Sunday, 04 March 2012

Not the best of days to be out on the hills so a great showing by these stalwarts:

Half Marathon
24th Bob Novis 1:46:32
50th Andrew Field 1:56:58

Marathon
12th Brian Friend 3:47:13
34th Ian Moss 4:13:33

Sunday, 04 March 2012

Daryl Hards (1:19:49, 12th)
Andy Bone (1:24:46, 29th)
Jon Pike (1:26:37, 35th)
Tom Farsides (1:26:41, 37th)
Lance Bellars (1:32:59, 106th)
Cat Bounds (1:38:51, 223rd)
Terry Avey (1:38:58, 224th)

Sunday, 04 March 2012

Frostbite – 400m swim/5km run

 

4. Wes Mechen,  00:06:55/00:18:53-  00:25:48

9. Tim Woodman,  00:07:22/00:21:27-  00:28:49

14. Andrew Chapman,  00:10:58/00:22:22-     00:33:20

 

Full results - http://www.tri247.com/results_12171.html

 

 

Frosty – 800m swim/10km run

 

2. Alex Bonzi,  00:13:29/00:36:32-  00:50:01

9. John Tindell  00:13:06/00:38:48-  00:51:54

10. Malcolm Hughes, 00:13:30/00:40:44-  00:54:14

13. Nigel Herron, 00:15:27/00:40:22 - 00:55:49

17. Roland Harrington, 00:14:20/00:43:14-   00:57:34

20. Andrew Neighbour, 00:16:41/00:41:24-  00:58:05

23. Paule Kremer, 00:16:12/00:44:58-  01:01:10 1st FS

27. Emma Hughes, 00:13:55/00:48:53-  01:02:48 2nd FS

32. Deborah Evers, 00:15:55/00:49:46-  01:05:41 1st FSV

 

Full results - http://www.tri247.com/results_12170.html

 

Phoenix Phlyers (Alex, John, Malcolm, Paule) 1st team

 

A great showing from Phoenix. Well done to all and congratulations to the prize winners.

 

Sunday, 26 February 2012

 

        
234 0   1:34:25    Tom Sanderson    Phoenix AC        1288 0           1:34:17        63.9

 

Sunday, 19 February 2012

Phoenix is going through a golden spell at the moment and the showing at Brighton Half Marathon was no exception. It is officially confirmed that the course was 13.42 miles rather than 13.1 owing to a misplaced turn-around cone near Roedean. The organisers have now added adjusted chip times to the results. Since Ian Leitch was actually leading the race at 13.1 miles, he has a particular reason to be annoyed. Even so, second (Ian), third (Josh Guilmant) and fourth (Finn McNally) for Phoenix is quite an achievement. Terry Avey was first M60.

Full results here

Saturday, 18 February 2012

Archie Davis and the under 13 boys round off a triumphant league season with another win and individual gold for Archie and gold for the team.

In the U15 boys race, Billy White had another terrific win and takes gold for the season.

The U17 boys were bronze medalists.

Max Pickard had his second win of the season in the U20/senior men's race but sadly there was an incomplete team and they finish the season well away from the medals. The vets ditto.

The women have managed complete teams throughout the season and almost managed promotion from division 2. It's looking good for next year. Erica Martin ran well for fifth. Paule Kremer ranked fourth senior woman in the individual competition.

Phoenix girls have been a bit thin on the ground but the U13 girls managed a creditable fith team ranking for the season.

Full Results

Sunday, 05 February 2012

Race won in 29:37

PHOENIX
7th Jon Pepper (second claim) 30:09
14th Josh Guilmant 31:23
117th Tom Farsides 38:44
183rd Lance Bellers 40:40
215th Stuart Pal 41:29
216th Terry Avey 41:38 (1st M60)
243rd Malcolm Kemp 42:24
270th Anita Jones 43:01
437th Andrew Haig 46:13
1386th Ananda Mello Costa 1:08:52

Results

Saturday, 28 January 2012

Senior men 15K
1st Ben Tickner (second claim) 49:11
3rd Jon Pepper (second claim) 49:21
133rd Jose Luceron 57:22
324th James Miles 64:21
347th Daren Elliot 65:06
430th Iain Martin 67:42

Senior women 8K
99th Cat Bounds 36:13
101st Liz Durman 36:17
157th Paule Kremer 38:49
217th Sonal Chaudhary
25th team

U20 men 8K
13th Finn McNally 27:31

U17 men 6K
13th Will Durkin 21:08
69th Robbie Fitzgibbon 22:39

U15 boys 4.5K
200th Will Russell

U13 boys 3K
13th Archie Davis 10:48
104th Harry Swindells 11:55
107th Sam Betts 11:57
136th Ollie Johnson 12:19
11th team

Full results

Saturday, 21 January 2012

Phoenix athletes were out representing their schools at the Sussex schools Champs at Lancing.

Headliners were Billy white who ran away from the field to win the intermediate boys race by over half a minute and Will Durkin who finished second by just eleven seconds in the senior boys race.

Others spotted in the results Sam Kitchen 6th and Robbie Fitzgibbon 11th in the Intermediate race, Archie Davis 4th in the junior boys with Harry Swindells, Jack Etherton, and Joe Lillie in support.

In the junior girls, Elorah Mann and Sasha Clarke were in action, with Jody Mann and Mia Tunley competing in the intermediate race. 

Will Ramsay finished in 25th in the senior boys.

Hope we didn't miss anyone. Let us know if we have.

Full results

Saturday, 21 January 2012

The Phoenix Masters 40+ team went one better than last year and won the team silver medal, with the 40+ B team coming 8th and the 50+ team coming 5th.

FULL RESULTS

 

Saturday, 14 January 2012

With the Sussex Championships the previous week and the Sussex Masters and Schools Championships on 21st January and the Southern x-country races on 28th, making the trip to Bexhill for the third county cross country league race on 14th January was a low priority for some athletes. Despite this, Phoenix managed to field athletes in all races with teams consolidating their league positions.

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