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Great performances in London

22nd Apr 2005
Jenny Murray in the closing stages of the Flora London Marathon

Jenny Murray (left) in the closing stages of the Flora London Marathon

Top performer for the club in Sunday's Flora London Marathon was Jenny Murray knocking a huge 8 minutes off her personal best with a time of 2 hours, 49 minutes and 1 second.

Despite the injuries suffered two weeks ago in the relays and her pre-race plan to "take it steady", she ran a storming race to finish 29th overall and 19th British finisher.

Next home was Jenny Knass, also overcoming recent injury, recording a time of 3.29.24 for her first attempt at the distance.

The ladies team overall had a good day with 9 out of the 15 entered recording personal best times despite a number of non-starters due to illness and one non-finisher.

First home for the men was Kevin Beattie in 2.43.07, closely followed by Jonathan Dabbs in 2.48.05 and Steve Almond in 2.48.55. John Delany, Terry Robson and Clive Luty ran well in the over-60's category, all finishing under 4 hours.

London Marathon results
Name Overall
KEVIN BEATTIE 269 246 M30 2:43:07
JONATHAN DABBS 415 388 M30 2:48:05
STEVE ALMOND 459 431 M40 2:48:55
JENNY MURRAY 464 29 W20 2:49:01
TONY AUDENSHAW 1326 1238 M40 3:03:07
JOHN DELANY 2445 2285 M60 3:15:17
ERIC MUSGROVE 2944 2732 M50 3:20:23
JENNY KNASS 4247 409 W20 3:29:24
TERRY ROBSON 4984 552 M60 3:34:12
CLIVE LUTY 6725 5861 M60 3:44:25
JAYNE LAWTON 10081 1556 W30 3:58:11
RITA LONG 10104 1563 W30 3:58:15
VICTORIA BUCKLEY 11940 1989 W30 4:05:47
RUTH AUDENSHAW 11320 1827 W30 4:03:11
DAVID FUREY 15220 12417 M20 4:18:24
NICOLA LOGUE 16200 3066 W40 4:21:56
VINCENT HOLLAND 16961 13686 M60 4:24:49
SEAN WHEWELL 21526 16755 M40 4:42:05
JUNE SINNOTT 24390 5746 W40 4:54:19

Adidas Mini London Marathon

Jess Coulson

A number of Stockport's younger athletes were representing Greater Manchester in Adidas Mini London Marathon.

Jess Coulson (right) became the second girl from the Harriers to win the County Challenge in the Mini Marathon following on from Lucy McLoughlin's win last year.

Jess won the girls 13-14 year old's race by over 21 seconds from Laura Condron of Essex, clocking 15 minutes 13 seconds for the 2.5 mile race.

Other Harriers running for Greater Manchester were; Steve Pearson 11th in the 13-14's race; Bryony Pearce 13th in the girls 11-12's in a time of 16.47; Michelle Wiblin 31st in the 12-13's in 16.36. Also Andy Nixon finished 37th in 14.14 in the 16-17's event.