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MANX 20KM WALK – 8 MAY 2003

PICTURES BY MURRAY LAMBDEN

RESULTS FROM BRIDGET KANEEN

20k results

1st

Peter Kaneen

Manx Harriers

95.24 ( new manx veterans record subject to ratification)

2nd 

Fergal Tansey

U.C.D. Ireland

105.46

3rd 

Allan Callow

Manx Harriers

108.28

4th 

Bridget Kaneen

Manx Harriers

113.16 (L)

5th

John Stubbs

IOMVAC

117.23

6th

Marie Latham

Manx Harriers

118.15 (L

7th

Les Brown

Manx Harriers

120.02

8th

Terry Bates

IOMVAC 

120.04

9th 

Karen Locking

Manx Harriers 

140.45 (L)

10th

Jan Hodgson

IOMVAC

145.05 (L)

Junior mile

1st

Bronwen Kaneen

Manx Harriers

9.35  (u13)

2nd

Fay Latham

Manx Harriers

 9.38  (u11)

3rd

Kirsty Taylor

Manx Harriers

10.57  (u11)

4th

Sinead Kaneen

Manx Harriers

11.00   (u9)

5th

Abbie Moore 

Manx Harriers 

12.22   (u9

5 Kilometres

1=  

Emma Latham

Manx Harriers

31.28  (u15)

1= 

Callum Taylor

Manx Harriers

31.28  (u15)

3rd

Brian Brough

Manx Harriers

35.34

10 kilometres

 

Robert Moore

Manx Harriers

56.09    (u17)

 

 

 

 

Peter Kaneen on his way to victory in the Manx 20km walk on Wednesday night. Les Brown and Robert Moore are in the background. 

The closest and biggest battle was between Guernsey man (!) Terry Bates, Marie Latham, Bridget Kaneen and John Stubbs.

A couple of laps later Marie has fallen behind (after her shoe laces came undone), and John has also fallen a few steps behind. Callum Taylor and Emma Latham form the sandwich between Terry and Bridget.

Bridget went on to take 4th overall and by 23.10 she had emailed the results to me (and others). Amazing.

If you study the results however you will note that Terry faded badly, was passed by John and Marie and was also a mere 2 seconds behind Les Brown at the finish. I’m sorry I missed that part.

NO WONDER EMMA IS SMILING – SHE HAS BEEN SELECTED TO REPRESENT ENGLAND IN THE WALKING INTERNATIONAL IN DUBLIN NEXT MONTH.

Callum Taylor looks equally relaxed.

ALL PICTURES BY MURRAY LAMBDEN

The start of the junior 1 mile race.

Abbie Moore

Peter Kaneen – not only victory but (subject to ratification) a veterans record.

 Faye Latham, Bronwen Kaneen and Les Brown

Apart from the first lap, when he was behind Allan Callow, Irish visitor Fergal Tansey was in second throughout.

IOMAA Chairman Allan Callow in agony as ever but good enough for third still (and he is older than his number!)

Jan Hodgson

Fergal Tansey again

Allan Callow again

 Karen Locking

  

 

 


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