|Nov 2016||Royal national Institute for the Blind||£50.00|
|Nov 2016||Age UK||£80.00|
|Dec 2016||Museum of Power, Langford||£400.00|
|Jan 2017||Multiple Sclerosis Trust||£315.00|
|Jan 2017||St Mary's Church, Nayland||£163.00|
|Feb 2017||Essex Air Ambulance||£800.00|
|Mar 2017||Royal national Institute for the Blind||£60.00|
|Mar 2017||Age UK||£60.00|
|2016||Brian Butcher, Simon Ferguson, Paul Tawn||Lorna Pettifer, Lucy ferguson, Paula Purtell|
|2015||Dave Game, Brian Butcher, Paul Tawn||Lorna Pettifer, Lucy ferguson, Sharon Skidmore|
|2014||Leighton Williams, John Pettifer, Brian Butcher||Lorna Pettifer, Paula Purtell, Julie Peacock|
|2013||Leighton Williams, Dave Game, Brian Butcher||Lorna Pettifer, Sharon Skidmore, Anne Adamson|
|2012||Dan Augustin, Anthony Moon, Greg Wisken||Anne Adamson, Lorna Pettifer, Jane Davis|
|2011||Greg Wisken, Dan Augustin, Stuart Turnbull||Anne Adamson, Paula Purtell, Nikki Bennett|
|2010||Greg Wisken, Brian Butcher, Dave Spain||Sarah Wesson, Val McCullagh, Nikki Bennett|
|2009||Greg Wisken, Brian Butcher, Dan Augustin||Nikki Bennett, Rebecca White, Tina Clarke|
|2008||Greg Wisken, Stuart Turnbull, Ian Foskew||Debbie Holt, Minty Knowles, Nikki Bennett|
|2007||Greg Wisken. Ian Foskew, Brian Butcher||Kate Cammidge, Jayne Hayward, Chrystell Badoil|
|2006||Greg Wisken, Ian Foskew, Mark Jackson||Jayne Hayward, Sue Aves, Jacqui Deacon|
|2005||Ian Foskew, Greg Wisken, Stuart Turnbull||Jacqui Deacon, Pru Hayhow, Kate Cammidge|
|2004||Ian Foskew, Greg Wisken, Dave Game||Eleanor Hall, Jill, Nikki Bennett|
|2003||Dave Game, Greg Wisken, Stuart Turnbull||Sam Collins, Anne Adamson|
|2002||Ben Matthews||Anne Adamson|
|2016||Chris Seymour, David Hurley, Graham Baker||Katy Rehal, Lorna Pettifer, Wendy Smalley|
|2015||Chris Seymour, Graham Baker, David Hurley||Lorna Pettifer, Katy Rehal, Claire Phillips|
|2014||Kevin Payne, Lee Cousins, David Hurley||Lorna Pettifer, Claire Phillips, Val White|
|2013||Paul Scrivener, John Pettifer, Yan Stile||Lorna Pettifer, Katy Rehal, Claire Phillips|
|2012||Graham Baker, Yan Stile, Dave Game||Val McCullagh, Claire Phillips, Jayne Hayward|
|2011||Yan Stile, Dave Game, Greg Wisken||Claire Phillips, Diane Knights, Katy Rehal|
|2010||Yan Stile, John Hood, Jon Bolton||Claire Phillips, Diane Knights, Sue Aves|
|2009||Jon Bolton, Ian Foskew, Yan Stile||Nikki Bennett, Maxine Stevens, Sue Aves|
|HILLY HANDICAPS||Sportsmans||rodney||terling anticlockwise||terling clockwise||wickham hall lane||victoria||Green Man
|Green Man total|
The Tour of Terling 2016
Unfortunately the pub is closed, there is a small cafe opposite the pub where snacks will be available on Sunday (drink / food voucher to all runners). We will be reverting to the age old format of administering the race out of the boot of my car. There will be no toilet facilities at the start/finish, there will however be drinks and snacks on monday, tuesday and wednesday.
All four days race registration will be outside Terling village hall, please park with consideration for residents. Fee on Day 1 £5 (tea shop voucher + free entry days 2-4), new entrants days 2-4 £2 each
Day 1 Sunday July 31 from 10am 8 miles narrative “runners” trail (3 clippers)
Day 2 Monday August 01 from 6:30pm 5 miles narrative “navigators” trail (5 clippers)
Day 3 Tuesday August 02 register from 6 pm at the hall, mass start at 7pm 4.5 miles marshalled multi-terrain
Day 4 Wednesday August 03 register from 6:30 pm at the hall, mass start at 7:15pm approx 1 mile from the hall, then 1 mile up, 1 mile down, back to the hall for presentations.
TOUR of TERLING RULES
Day 1: The “Runners” trail
Rule 1: There are 3 clippers, if missed they will cost you 10 minutes each.
They are on the route where mentioned.
Rule 2: Hand your narrative in at the finish.
Day 2: The “Navigators” trail
Rule 1: There are 5 clippers, each one found will be worth 3 minutes
off your time. They are on the route within 100 metres of their first mention, they are not hidden but may be obscured.
Rule 2: Time starts when narrative is issued.
Rule 3: Hand your narrative in at the finish.
Day 3: The Multi-Terrain race
Rule 1: Mass start, 1 small dry lap, 2 large wet laps.
Rule 2: Bonus of 30 seconds for 1st at the end of the small lap
Bonus of 20 seconds for 2nd at the end of the small lap
Bonus of 10 seconds for 3rd at the end of the small lap
Rule 3: Missing the ford on the dry laps will cost you 5 minutes each time
Rule 4: Finish within 30 seconds of the person in front and you get their
Rule 1: Mass start
Rule 2: Take a ticket in finishing order at the Top of the hill, give the ticket with your name to the recorder. Wait for the start down.
Rule 3: Take a numbered ticket in finishing order at the bottom of the hill, give the ticket with your name to the recorder.
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Our very own Graham Baker is a legend on dartmoor ...
having just completed his 18th outing in the classic road race around dartmoor he is the runner with the most completions in this gruelling race
and not only that but he won his age category in 5hr 30min
Amazing ... 39 Mid Essex Casuals took part in the Easter Eggstravaganza series of trails, 4 of them made the top ten finishers and won prizes, Roy Read, Dave Hurley, Katy Rehal and Jo Wyatt
yan stile, david reaves, david game, graham baker, sue clarke, john clarke, claire phillips, john hood, john pettifer, lorna pettifer, val white, ian foskew, keith jackson, phil davies, heather jackson, simon ferguson, gillian jones, chris seymour, diane knights, jill eley, myles coulson, simon baker, lorraine baker, Chris Childs, Samantha Bearman, Kevin Bearman, elliot coulson, lawrence coulson, nick footer, donna footer, poppy footer, caz chapman, diana pettifer, eleanor coulson, hanna coulson
Well done, a great start to a summer packed with trails!back to top
Two teams took on the Saltmarsh 75 this year, the "Elders" of Dave, Yan and Graham (combined age of 195!) completed 4 legs each to finish in 12th place overall, 6th relay team. The "Rest" made up of David Hurley, Simon Ferguson, David Reaves, Mike Munson, Nic "two legs" Footer, Bruce Hogarth-Jones, Jo Wyatt, Ayten Payne, Mike Fielding, Kevin Payne and Phil Davies stormed around the seaward edge of Maldon District to come home as 1st relay team, 3rd overall. Last years solo winner Chris Seymour took it "easy" this year with a gentle stroll into 18th place. An excellent weekend at the coast, well done to Katy for organising us, see you all again next year.back to top
|XC league positions|
|Essex League||Snr women div 2||standings snr women div 2||Vet women||standings vet women||snr men div 2||standings snr men div 2||vet men||standings vet men|
|one tree hill||9||9||18||18||3||3||13||13|
|Lorna finished 6th in W45 category||Brian finished 5th and Dave finished 6th in the M60 category|
|53-12 League||women||men||combined pos||standings||juniors|
|William finished 5th in the U-13 and Joe was 8th in the U-11|
|Mid Essex League||women||men||standings women||standings men|
Sue Clarke gained a bronze medal representing GB in the 60-64 age group in the World sprint Duathlon championships in Adlaide, South Australia. The race was 5k run, 20k bike, 2.5k run which Sue completed in 1 hour 18.3mins and won her medal by just 1 second! with a fine finishback to top
Sue Clarke gained a silver medal representing GB in the 60-64 age group in the European sprint Duathlon championships in Alcobendas, Madrid. The race was 5k run, 20k bike, 2.5k run which Sue completed in 1 hour 21mins. It was hilly and technical with wet roads!back to top
First home for the casuals was Chris Seymour in a fantastic 4th place in 12hrs 52
Next was Graham Baker taking almost an hours off last years time in 14hrs 07
Well done everyone for excellent performances in a very tough event
Our relay team came third, Julie, Phil, Yan, Jo, Ian, Katy, Sharon, Ayten, Kevin and Dave
just 14 minutes behind 2nd place but another hour behind 1st. An excellent weekend, we'll be back next year!
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Chris Seymour wins the 2015 Oxon 40ml narrative trail in a splendid time of 6hr 54minback to top
Jo Wyatt completes London 2015, her first marathon, in an excellent time of 4hr 12minsback to top