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30th March 2017

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Round 14 and last of the Hahn Super Dry Fine Ocean Swimmers Series 2009/10

Round 14 and last of the Hahn Super Dry Fine Ocean Swimmers Series 2009/10

Round 14 Hahn Super Dry Ocean Swim North Bondi-9886Bondi Surf Bathers’ Life Saving Club would like to thank all those individuals who came to Bondi on the Anzac Holiday Monday to compete in the inaugural Bondi Blue Water Challenge. As you know, it was necessary to cut short the 1km swim and to cancel the 2.4km event. The Club officials have met and determined that for a number of reasons it is not feasible to run the event until next season.

Despite the organising team’s best efforts we obviously could not control the weather or the ocean.  Round 14 Hahn Super Dry Ocean Swim North Bondi-9970Every effort was made to run the swim. On advice of the Waverley Council Lifeguards the course was moved to the North end of the beach.  Delays in moving the course meant that the first waves of swimmers in the 1km event did not leave until 10 minutes after the scheduled start time. At this point organisers were operating on the assumption that it would still be possible to review the 2.4km course and hold that event. Acting on advice from the Council Lifeguards based on the experiences of the first few waves of swimmers, the balance of the 1km swim and also the 2.4km swim were called off at 10.30am. This message was relayed immediately to the clubhouse to inform all 2.4km entrants that their race would have to be abandoned.

Round 14 Hahn Super Dry Ocean Swim North Bondi-9946The Race Organising Committee took the responsible action of putting safety first. Despite disappointment for all concerned we can rest assured that the correct decision was made on the day. As is the general practice with ocean swims, online entry fees are non-refundable reflecting the significant costs that organizing clubs face in preparing for swim day. Because this was our inaugural swim we have decided, as a one-off gesture of good will to offer a 50% reduction of fees for this year’s late entrants (those who paid on the day and were charged the extra late entry fee levy) in next year’s event. To get this reduction next year you must enter online.

The Club honoured its agreement with CanToo and made a significant donation to CanToo from the online entry fees. All remaining funds after recovery of the expense of hosting the event will go to the Surf Club to support the Club’s volunteer lifesaving activities.

Again we thank you for your support and hope to catch you at the 2nd Bondi Blue Water Challenge next year.

Andy Winters
President
Bondi Surf Bathers’ Lifesaving Club

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Balmoral Ocean Swim 2010 | Results and Images

Balmoral Ocean Swim 2010 | Results and Images

Place Bib Name Catgry Place Finish
17 5 ANNIE BYGRAVE F00-15 1 00:13:19
19 27 BETH CHILCOTT F00-15 2 00:13:21
36 24 SABRINA WARWAR F00-15 3 00:14:05
39 20 ANNIKA PANDEY F00-15 4 00:14:11
50 26 DANIELA WINGRAVE F00-15 5 00:14:30
55 15 GEMMA NICHOLAS F00-15 6 00:14:43
62 1 KATE BIVIANO F00-15 7 00:15:08
66 13 MIKAELA MCNAMARA F00-15 8 00:15:17
81 3 XENIA BOYNTON F00-15 9 00:15:27
87 18 NINA NYMEYER F00-15 10 00:15:34
90 4 GRETA BRODIE F00-15 11 00:15:35
107 2 YVETTE BOYNTON F00-15 12 00:15:57
114 21 SAVANAH PATERSON F00-15 13 00:16:03
159 19 NAOMI NYMEYER F00-15 14 00:16:41
179 10 TESSA HOUSTON F00-15 15 00:17:04
180 11 MORGAN HOUSTON F00-15 16 00:17:06
183 23 RACHEL RUSSEL F00-15 17 00:17:09
335 22 RUBY ROSE F00-15 18 00:19:06
438 29 TAYLOR LOWRY F00-15 19 00:20:01
485 14 ROWENA MEREDITH F00-15 20 00:20:38
549 66 CHARLOTTE MUNNS F00-15 21 00:21:41
580 12 GENEVIEVE LESLIE F00-15 22 00:22:09
792 30 GRACE IMLACH F00-15 23 00:28:57
794 8 PARIS HANAN F00-15 24 00:29:02
809 7 ROSE ELLIOT F00-15 25 00:31:27
15 105 KELLY MCCRAE F16-19 1 00:13:16
42 100 EMILY GENTLE F16-19 2 00:14:14
49 106 JESSICA SMITH F16-19 3 00:14:30
115 107 ISABELLA SKINNER F16-19 4 00:16:05
230 102 KATIE RICKARD F16-19 5 00:17:41
434 101 BRONWYN HALLIS F16-19 6 00:19:58
473 108 CHLOE HOWE F16-19 7 00:20:28
835 103 GRACE STATOUT F16-19 8 00:46:12
836 104 LAURA TAYLOR F16-19 9 00:46:12
13 197 SOPHIA AMOR-SMITH F20-29 1 00:13:09
22 193 ALISON CROSBIE F20-29 2 00:13:29
28 176 MELANIE SPEET F20-29 3 00:13:44
41 169 CATHERINE ROLSTON F20-29 4 00:14:14
52 136 ALISON COYLE F20-29 5 00:14:31
63 142 DEVON FLASKERUD F20-29 6 00:15:10
64 148 JANE HINTON F20-29 7 00:15:12
103 175 ROWENA SOLOMONS F20-29 8 00:15:53
113 196 EMMA OHAGAN F20-29 9 00:16:03
140 135 SHONEL COLES F20-29 10 00:16:23
144 195 ERIN PANLILIO F20-29 11 00:16:28
161 150 ALICE HOOK F20-29 12 00:16:44
175 184 CINDY WILLIAMS F20-29 13 00:16:59
176 172 LAUREN SHORE F20-29 14 00:17:00
177 165 CAPUCINE ODOUARD F20-29 15 00:17:03
185 168 ALISON REES F20-29 16 00:17:10
190 146 MARIE HADLEY F20-29 17 00:17:11
205 206 AMANDA GRAY F20-29 18 00:17:22
209 161 SOPHIE LOVEJOY F20-29 19 00:17:25
210 147 ALEXANDRA HAVAS F20-29 20 00:17:25
223 163 JULIA MAUNDER F20-29 21 00:17:37
229 156 LIZ KERR F20-29 22 00:17:40
237 192 OLIVIA BELSHAW F20-29 23 00:17:51
241 201 LEAH CURTIS F20-29 24 00:17:56
242 125 ANNA BAY F20-29 25 00:17:56
262 188 MICHELLE YEATES F20-29 26 00:18:10
266 173 EMMA SIMPSON F20-29 27 00:18:12
288 183 JULIA WHITE F20-29 28 00:18:28
291 203 ASHLEIGH MCARTHUR F20-29 29 00:18:31
298 129 FIONA BUCHAN F20-29 30 00:18:37
306 141 KIRRA FINIKIOTIS F20-29 31 00:18:40
307 180 VERONIKA VOSYNKOVA F20-29 32 00:18:42
308 210 LOUISE CHAU F20-29 33 00:18:44
322 194 CHLOE FINLEY F20-29 34 00:18:54
336 144 CARLITA FOSTER-HOGG F20-29 35 00:19:06
352 200 KAREN WHITAKER F20-29 36 00:19:15
355 185 PHOEBE WILSON F20-29 37 00:19:16
371 127 MICHELLE BEGLEY F20-29 38 00:19:23
373 139 ANNA DOUGLAS-MORRIS F20-29 39 00:19:24
383 131 VICTORIA CHEEVERS F20-29 40 00:19:28
390 191 JESSICA FIELDING F20-29 41 00:19:34
401 130 LAURA CAMERON F20-29 42 00:19:40
466 190 REBECCA NORRGARD F20-29 43 00:20:24
477 145 ANNA GOLEBIOWSKI F20-29 44 00:20:30
483 157 SALLY KIERATH F20-29 45 00:20:36
487 143 KATE FLOWER F20-29 46 00:20:40
494 140 FIONA DUNCAN F20-29 47 00:20:46
524 122 DANIELLA ARENA F20-29 48 00:21:15
529 137 NICOLE DELAAT F20-29 49 00:21:20
543 209 KATHERINE WRIGHT F20-29 50 00:21:33
565 205 SOPHIE CONNER F20-29 51 00:21:57
573 199 FELICITY COUGHLIN F20-29 52 00:22:03
596 126 SOPHIE BEGLEY F20-29 53 00:22:22
598 151 ASHLEIGH HOPWOOD F20-29 54 00:22:23
604 198 VALENTINA ARENA F20-29 55 00:22:26
612 186 LUCY WILSON F20-29 56 00:22:34
626 152 EMILY JANOV F20-29 57 00:22:52
632 211 KRISTY TUINMAN F20-29 58 00:23:06
643 153 EMMA JERVIS F20-29 59 00:23:14
645 212 FEMKE MAAS F20-29 60 00:23:17
654 155 THERESE KENNA F20-29 61 00:23:30
668 177 AMITY ST CLAIR F20-29 62 00:23:44
698 154 NADIA KARIM F20-29 63 00:24:22
706 187 EMILY WINBORNE F20-29 64 00:24:40
709 167 JESSICA PURSER F20-29 65 00:24:44
715 179 KATHY TOUMAZIS F20-29 66 00:24:53
716 178 VANESSA STRAUSS F20-29 67 00:24:54
717 208 ANGELICA COMELLI F20-29 68 00:24:55
723 181 AMY WATKINS F20-29 69 00:25:00
726 204 SOPHIE HARRISON F20-29 70 00:25:16
728 134 JANICE CHNG F20-29 71 00:25:18
733 121 CHIARA ARENA F20-29 72 00:25:26
737 159 CHERYL LEE F20-29 73 00:25:36
745 128 MEGAN BLAKE F20-29 74 00:25:50
747 160 BECK LEHMAN F20-29 75 00:25:56
768 171 JODIE SELLERS F20-29 76 00:27:15
777 149 KINGSLIN HO F20-29 77 00:27:34
779 182 MELINDA WHEATLEY F20-29 78 00:27:38
797 132 SHERICE CHESWORTH F20-29 79 00:29:44
823 138 DIDIANNE DINH MARTIN F20-29 80 00:34:07
824 133 MEI CHIA F20-29 81 00:34:07
825 202 ANNA HOLE F20-29 82 00:34:07
73 369 LYNN TULLOCK F30-39 1 00:15:22
76 389 ELISHA MULLINS F30-39 2 00:15:23
121 303 MELISSA BLUNDELL F30-39 3 00:16:09
129 362 EMMA STARRITT F30-39 4 00:16:16
191 312 KIRSTY CRANFIELD F30-39 5 00:17:12
250 360 JOCELYN FLEUR SMITH F30-39 6 00:18:01
253 396 ELIZABETH SULLIVAN F30-39 7 00:18:05
290 308 LINDSAY CARPENTER F30-39 8 00:18:31
333 316 KATHERINE ELLIOTT F30-39 9 00:19:03
351 334 AMELIA JOSEPH F30-39 10 00:19:14
365 371 KRISTIE WARD F30-39 11 00:19:21
372 317 BELINDA FIRTH F30-39 12 00:19:23
374 328 LYN HILL F30-39 13 00:19:24
392 388 HEDLEY GALT F30-39 14 00:19:36
395 373 SALLY WATTS F30-39 15 00:19:38
398 332 AIKO HUTCHINGS F30-39 16 00:19:39
408 319 TONYA FLOWER F30-39 17 00:19:47
411 343 CATHERINE MCALISTER F30-39 18 00:19:48
412 364 HANNA SVENSSON F30-39 19 00:19:49
413 315 DENISE DEVERS F30-39 20 00:19:49
414 381 SALLY DUNLOP F30-39 21 00:19:50
416 310 AMY CHRISTOPHER F30-39 22 00:19:50
418 387 CHRISTINA BROWN F30-39 23 00:19:51
420 330 LINDA HORIUCHI F30-39 24 00:19:54
421 307 ANN BYRNE F30-39 25 00:19:54
423 402 SALLY MCLELAND F30-39 26 00:19:54
425 393 KATE KIELY F30-39 27 00:19:55
430 314 JENNI DAVIDSON F30-39 28 00:19:56
431 390 EMMA TRYERS F30-39 29 00:19:57
433 313 EMMA CRAUSE F30-39 30 00:19:58
435 374 CATHERINE WILSON F30-39 31 00:19:58
439 344 DANIELLE MCCORMACK F30-39 32 00:20:02
443 329 SELINA HOLE F30-39 33 00:20:05
449 384 NANCY HANCOCK F30-39 34 00:20:11
453 306 CHERIE BRIGGS F30-39 35 00:20:16
458 400 SARAH HESSE F30-39 36 00:20:19
475 361 SOPHIE SMYTH F30-39 37 00:20:29
492 383 JANE IRELAND F30-39 38 00:20:44
493 398 HOPE EARL F30-39 39 00:20:45
497 353 LEIGH O’NEILL F30-39 40 00:20:50
501 323 REBECCA GARGETT F30-39 41 00:20:55
505 335 CAROLINE JUMPERTZ F30-39 42 00:20:57
507 349 KATE MURPHY F30-39 43 00:20:59
508 339 KIRSTAN LAMONT F30-39 44 00:20:59
510 375 CHRIS NARRGARD F30-39 45 00:21:00
511 304 SONIA BOREHAM F30-39 46 00:21:03
514 376 AMANDA PITCHER F30-39 47 00:21:06
519 368 RHIANNON TREASURE-BRAND F30-39 48 00:21:11
526 351 GEMMA NEWLOVE F30-39 49 00:21:17
539 340 CATHERINE MACDONALD F30-39 50 00:21:31
551 305 SALLY BRAMMA F30-39 51 00:21:44
552 324 BRITT HARKNESS F30-39 52 00:21:44
557 357 ALISON RICHARDSON F30-39 53 00:21:48
558 342 JULIA MAYNE F30-39 54 00:21:49
570 358 SAMANTHA RYAN F30-39 55 00:22:00
579 399 ERIKA ROOS F30-39 56 00:22:09
582 300 JENNY ATKINSON F30-39 57 00:22:12
593 391 HELENE CASS F30-39 58 00:22:19
599 311 NATASHA COMELLI F30-39 59 00:22:24
601 354 JACQUI PAYNE F30-39 60 00:22:25
603 356 IONA RAMSAY F30-39 61 00:22:26
607 325 KATJA HEUER F30-39 62 00:22:28
609 341 ELIZABETH MARRIOTT F30-39 63 00:22:30
613 386 SUSANNAH LEE F30-39 64 00:22:34
616 380 JANNINE JOHNSON F30-39 65 00:22:38
634 331 MEGAN HUDSON F30-39 66 00:23:07
644 395 TAMARA LAZZARO F30-39 67 00:23:17
650 363 NICOLA STREET F30-39 68 00:23:27
651 346 BRIONY MITCHELL F30-39 69 00:23:27
653 338 NATASHA KOTURIC F30-39 70 00:23:30
660 336 JULIE KERRIGAN F30-39 71 00:23:34
662 394 REBECCA KNIGHT F30-39 72 00:23:36
664 347 BELINDA MORGAN F30-39 73 00:23:39
665 372 PAULA WARD F30-39 74 00:23:40
666 302 LAURA BERMAN F30-39 75 00:23:41
667 377 ALISON FAHEY F30-39 76 00:23:43
670 345 JANENE MELDRUM F30-39 77 00:23:49
673 350 KIM MURPHY F30-39 78 00:23:53
677 355 CATHERINE PRITCHARD F30-39 79 00:23:56
680 333 GEORGINA INWOOD F30-39 80 00:24:01
682 370 TAMMY WADE F30-39 81 00:24:02
691 326 LAURA HIGGINS F30-39 82 00:24:14
694 367 JULIANNE TORNEY F30-39 83 00:24:17
699 379 XANTHIE BUTCHER F30-39 84 00:24:31
714 359 MELISSA SHADFORTH F30-39 85 00:24:50
721 397 DEBBIE OLSEN F30-39 86 00:25:00
727 327 LIZA HILDRETH F30-39 87 00:25:16
730 378 TRINA TOOHEY F30-39 88 00:25:20
732 322 MICHELLE GAMBLE F30-39 89 00:25:25
754 318 JULIETTE FLANAGAN F30-39 90 00:26:13
759 392 KATHLEEN CRONE F30-39 91 00:26:41
760 382 EMMA DUNCAN F30-39 92 00:26:45
785 401 AMANDA NEILSON F30-39 93 00:28:03
790 309 KIM CARRUTHERS F30-39 94 00:28:42
791 385 NATASHA SUTHERLAND F30-39 95 00:28:42
10 618 CHRISTIE KRENKELS F40-49 1 00:12:58
72 584 LISA O’DONNELL F40-49 2 00:15:21
94 585 KAREN PANARETTO F40-49 3 00:15:38
109 742 MARIANNE TAYLOR F40-49 4 00:15:59
112 550 VIV ALLEN F40-49 5 00:16:02
118 556 JUSTINE DE MESTRE F40-49 6 00:16:07
142 602 ROSEMARY LEAMON F40-49 7 00:16:24
182 566 ANNE HEMMINGS F40-49 8 00:17:09
188 565 NICOLE GILROY F40-49 9 00:17:11
207 567 BELINDA HERRING F40-49 10 00:17:24
214 591 ADELE SMITH F40-49 11 00:17:29
239 611 ADELLE FORD F40-49 12 00:17:54
259 595 JANE TAYLOR F40-49 13 00:18:08
284 577 LOUISE MACKINLAY F40-49 14 00:18:26
285 575 CATHY MACKAY F40-49 15 00:18:26
286 558 ALEXANDRA FAIREY F40-49 16 00:18:27
300 574 SUSAN LOGIN F40-49 17 00:18:37
317 579 ALISON MAUNDER F40-49 18 00:18:50
324 609 CELIA HURWITZ F40-49 19 00:18:56
327 572 TRACEY LEITCH F40-49 20 00:18:58
328 587 BERNADETTE PINNELL F40-49 21 00:19:00
330 569 LIZ KING F40-49 22 00:19:02
331 596 ALLISON THOMAS F40-49 23 00:19:02
350 600 JANET DUNN F40-49 24 00:19:14
353 605 SUSAN TUTT F40-49 25 00:19:16
380 608 SUSAN DEL NEVO F40-49 26 00:19:27
381 551 STEFFI BREIDENBACH F40-49 27 00:19:27
388 576 ANNIE MACKINLAY F40-49 28 00:19:34
407 604 SARAH HARRISON F40-49 29 00:19:47
409 582 EDITH NYMEYER F40-49 30 00:19:48
450 614 NICOLA BOUSTRED F40-49 31 00:20:13
455 624 TRACEY MALLOY F40-49 32 00:20:18
462 621 ELAINE DE JAGER F40-49 33 00:20:22
489 562 JACINTA GALLAGHER F40-49 34 00:20:42
491 607 PETRONELLA NICHOLSON F40-49 35 00:20:43
495 747 FIONA KENT F40-49 36 00:20:48
498 613 PAULA NOBLE F40-49 37 00:20:52
504 594 JACQUI TAFFEL F40-49 38 00:20:57
521 590 JANE SEYMOUR F40-49 39 00:21:12
530 581 RACHEL MONAHAN F40-49 40 00:21:21
540 619 MONIKA KALL F40-49 41 00:21:32
542 748 JOSS CARRUTHERS F40-49 42 00:21:33
544 745 LYNETTE LITSTER F40-49 43 00:21:35
545 620 JUDY CAMERON F40-49 44 00:21:37
556 617 COLLEEN CHAMP F40-49 45 00:21:47
562 564 KERRIE GILL F40-49 46 00:21:55
566 622 PAULINE FENLEY F40-49 47 00:21:57
591 589 ALEXANDRA RUITER F40-49 48 00:22:18
594 563 JULIE GEAREN F40-49 49 00:22:20
606 568 TRAICHA JANDERA F40-49 50 00:22:27
614 606 CHRISTINA CHIPMAN F40-49 51 00:22:36
622 583 ELIZABETH OBRIEN F40-49 52 00:22:46
637 615 GABRIELLE MCKINNON F40-49 53 00:23:10
648 557 JENNIFER FADDY F40-49 54 00:23:25
679 746 AILEEN WILSON F40-49 55 00:23:59
683 553 MICHELLA BURGERS F40-49 56 00:24:02
685 552 KAREN BUCKLEY F40-49 57 00:24:05
689 610 SUE JEDLIN F40-49 58 00:24:13
693 623 URSULA MALONE F40-49 59 00:24:17
697 601 SANDRA MCLENNAN F40-49 60 00:24:21
703 593 SUSAN STIKKELORUM F40-49 61 00:24:37
707 744 KATRIN TAYLOR F40-49 62 00:24:41
713 560 CHRISTINA FORREST F40-49 63 00:24:49
722 554 LIZZI CHAPMAN F40-49 64 00:25:00
734 749 CATHERINE BYE F40-49 65 00:25:27
735 570 LISA LANDON-SMITH F40-49 66 00:25:29
738 599 SHARON WALTERS F40-49 67 00:25:38
748 616 SHARYN SCHUMANN F40-49 68 00:26:01
750 580 FREDERIQUE MCCARTNEY F40-49 69 00:26:09
755 603 SONIA MOLE F40-49 70 00:26:14
758 578 CATHERINE MACKINNON F40-49 71 00:26:33
764 592 ELIZABETH STEWART F40-49 72 00:27:07
782 555 ANITA CLARK F40-49 73 00:27:52
789 743 DIAHNNE BERTHOLD F40-49 74 00:28:39
804 612 MICHELLE BARRETT F40-49 75 00:30:37
820 991 CLAIRE HOGAN F40-49 76 00:33:04
827 597 SHARON THOMSON F40-49 77 00:34:33
830 561 GABRIELLA FROST F40-49 78 00:39:31
831 571 ELIZABETH LANDON-SMITH F40-49 79 00:41:57
14 789 JENNY WHITELEY F50-59 1 00:13:15
303 785 ANNE CURTIS F50-59 2 00:18:39
312 240 GAI JONES F50-59 3 00:18:45
349 773 LINDY WOODROW F50-59 4 00:19:13
393 784 SUSAN CARMONDY F50-59 5 00:19:38
396 753 ROSLYN DUNLOP F50-59 6 00:19:38
405 751 PENNY BERENTS F50-59 7 00:19:42
422 777 THERESA CRAUSE F50-59 8 00:19:54
445 766 CYNTHIA PLAYFAIR F50-59 9 00:20:08
461 752 LESLEY BUCHANAN F50-59 10 00:20:22
464 750 MEREDITH AVELING F50-59 11 00:20:22
503 775 REGINA HAERTSCH F50-59 12 00:20:57
513 761 ROSEMARY KUSUMA F50-59 13 00:21:05
537 780 SHAYNE COLLIER F50-59 14 00:21:28
550 756 ROBIN HYETT F50-59 15 00:21:43
555 767 TORI POLLARD F50-59 16 00:21:47
623 239 SUE SMITH F50-59 17 00:22:48
625 235 CHRISTINE STRINGFELLOW F50-59 18 00:22:50
628 768 JANNE SELETTO F50-59 19 00:22:58
631 783 ROS LESKE F50-59 20 00:23:02
635 769 JANET WAHLQUIST F50-59 21 00:23:08
639 770 CHERYL WALLACE F50-59 22 00:23:11
656 787 ANNA CUNNINGHAM F50-59 23 00:23:31
658 759 SARAH JAMESON F50-59 24 00:23:32
663 781 SHERYL CAIN F50-59 25 00:23:37
674 243 JAN DEANE F50-59 26 00:23:54
696 236 JO DEMONCHAUX F50-59 27 00:24:21
725 764 MICHELE NAUGHTON F50-59 28 00:25:02
731 763 LORETTA MOY F50-59 29 00:25:24
740 779 GAY SHANAHAN F50-59 30 00:25:43
741 241 ROSALIND RAINE F50-59 31 00:25:45
742 758 TRACEY JAMES F50-59 32 00:25:47
744 774 DONNA POWELL F50-59 33 00:25:49
746 755 JENNY FINIKIOTIS F50-59 34 00:25:53
753 782 MARIA ARENA F50-59 35 00:26:12
765 786 VICKI TAYLOR-PERKINS F50-59 36 00:27:08
766 776 MAXINE COHEN F50-59 37 00:27:11
775 772 LYNLEY WILSON F50-59 38 00:27:28
784 760 ELIZABETH KEELING F50-59 39 00:27:58
793 237 FIONA MCKIERNAN F50-59 40 00:29:00
801 771 CAROLYN WASHBURN F50-59 41 00:30:30
802 238 CARMEL MCCALLUM F50-59 42 00:30:34
806 757 PAMELA IBRAHIM F50-59 43 00:30:46
814 762 KATHRYN MORRIS F50-59 44 00:32:13
818 778 KATHERINE MULCAHY F50-59 45 00:32:52
822 788 CLANDRA KENNEDY F50-59 46 00:33:34
200 791 DENISE ELDER F60-69 1 00:17:18
688 795 VIVIENNE DEGENHARDT F60-69 2 00:24:10
711 792 MARY FEWINGS F60-69 3 00:24:46
828 790 GRETA DAVIS F60-69 4 00:35:28
837 796 IRENE ASHBURN F60-69 5 00:48:41
833 798 DIANA LANDON-SMITH F70plus 1 00:44:37
838 799 PAMELA REY F70plus 2 00:48:41
1 500 ANTHONY MARTIN M00-15 1 00:11:17
2 89 LOCHIE HINDS M00-15 2 00:12:09
5 72 NICHOLAS RISPOLI M00-15 3 00:12:32
18 73 MARK SAHIN M00-15 4 00:13:20
20 68 EMILIO NOGAROTTO M00-15 5 00:13:22
23 74 JACKSON SCOTT M00-15 6 00:13:35
29 78 LIAM THOMSON M00-15 7 00:13:48
32 55 HUGH CHACON M00-15 8 00:13:57
33 53 ANDRE ANDERSON M00-15 9 00:13:58
34 61 CALLUM LOWE GRIFFITHS M00-15 10 00:14:00
46 56 SAM CLARKE M00-15 11 00:14:18
51 79 MIGUEL URBINA M00-15 12 00:14:31
53 59 JOSHUA HERTZ M00-15 13 00:14:35
58 77 SEAN THOMSON M00-15 14 00:15:02
59 51 DANIEL ALLEN M00-15 15 00:15:03
69 84 TOBY BOYCE M00-15 16 00:15:19
74 83 OLIVER BOYCE M00-15 17 00:15:22
96 52 LUCAS ANDERSON M00-15 18 00:15:40
98 54 DYLAN BOAKES M00-15 19 00:15:42
116 50 JOEL AITKEN M00-15 20 00:16:07
125 63 JACK MCPHEE M00-15 21 00:16:12
243 69 ALESSIO NOGAROTTO M00-15 22 00:17:57
278 67 JACK MUNNS M00-15 23 00:18:19
427 88 NICHOLAS DE LORENZO M00-15 24 00:19:55
432 71 HARRY O’CONNELL M00-15 25 00:19:57
440 64 JONATHAN MORRELL M00-15 26 00:20:03
457 82 TOM ROSSELL M00-15 27 00:20:19
610 62 FINNEGAN MCDONAGH M00-15 28 00:22:31
611 75 JACK SPANO M00-15 29 00:22:31
642 85 HAYDEN FORD M00-15 30 00:23:13
649 70 GEORGE O’CONNELL M00-15 31 00:23:27
687 87 TOM LEIGH M00-15 32 00:24:10
729 65 HENRY MUNNS M00-15 33 00:25:20
819 58 RORY HAYES M00-15 34 00:33:02
3 115 JOSH HOLLARD M16-19 1 00:12:18
4 112 BILLY CLARKE M16-19 2 00:12:31
6 110 MARCUS ANDERSON M16-19 3 00:12:44
7 118 JAMES WEE M16-19 4 00:12:47
8 117 LUKE SCHIFFLER M16-19 5 00:12:55
9 114 ARON HAGBERG M16-19 6 00:12:57
43 113 DYLAN CURTIS M16-19 7 00:14:15
44 111 SAMUEL BURSTON M16-19 8 00:14:16
95 116 ALAN BONE M16-19 9 00:15:39
120 119 DAYENDRA MADANCYOKE M16-19 10 00:16:08
128 120 JAMES CHARLES M16-19 11 00:16:15
131 990 BLAKE OSHANNASSY M16-19 12 00:16:18
154 987 JEREMY PILAT M16-19 13 00:16:37
222 997 VINCENT CARLSEN M16-19 14 00:17:35
228 988 MICHAEL ARNOLD M16-19 15 00:17:40
657 986 GUS WOOD M16-19 16 00:23:32
11 288 PETER SCHOKMAN M20-29 1 00:13:06
16 284 VINCENT STOKES M20-29 2 00:13:18
26 295 TIM LAFOREST M20-29 3 00:13:41
27 265 JOHN KNIGHT M20-29 4 00:13:41
40 298 ANDREW SMITH M20-29 5 00:14:11
54 285 TIM GIOVANELLI M20-29 6 00:14:43
61 232 JACKSON THODEY M20-29 7 00:15:08
89 289 CLANCY STEWART M20-29 8 00:15:34
102 282 JAMES WRIGHT M20-29 9 00:15:49
117 270 NICK MCCOUAT M20-29 10 00:16:07
136 263 WILL HERRON M20-29 11 00:16:21
137 286 HAYDN BELSHAW M20-29 12 00:16:21
156 254 ALON BRASINGTON M20-29 13 00:16:38
157 258 DANIEL FAGG M20-29 14 00:16:38
168 259 STEVE FARROW M20-29 15 00:16:52
169 233 SEBASTIAN QUINN-WATSON M20-29 16 00:16:55
186 260 ANTHONY FOX M20-29 17 00:17:11
211 981 GRAHAM STEELE M20-29 18 00:17:25
244 256 SQUIRREL CARPENTER M20-29 19 00:17:57
245 257 JOHN COOPER M20-29 20 00:17:57
252 280 JOHN TWOMEY M20-29 21 00:18:01
258 271 ANGUS MCFADYEN M20-29 22 00:18:07
267 276 CRAIG REEVE M20-29 23 00:18:12
292 275 LUKE PARR M20-29 24 00:18:32
293 296 DAVID LIVANES M20-29 25 00:18:32
297 253 PATRICK BOYD M20-29 26 00:18:36
302 124 STEVE BARBOUTTIS M20-29 27 00:18:38
311 264 ALEXANDER JERVIS M20-29 28 00:18:45
316 294 PADDY MARTIN M20-29 29 00:18:50
318 278 JAMES ST CLAIR M20-29 30 00:18:51
342 231 TONY LEWIS M20-29 31 00:19:10
344 269 DAN LEWIS M20-29 32 00:19:10
348 983 SAM SMITH M20-29 33 00:19:13
354 273 ADAM MONTANA M20-29 34 00:19:16
357 297 JAMES MAYDIN M20-29 35 00:19:17
367 251 NATHAN BARKER M20-29 36 00:19:21
429 290 HARRY BUDERIDGE M20-29 37 00:19:56
454 266 JAMES LAURENT M20-29 38 00:20:17
474 985 ANDREW OUGHTON M20-29 39 00:20:29
509 267 LOUIS LE ROUX M20-29 40 00:21:00
527 984 STEV ORENSTIN M20-29 41 00:21:17
528 250 MICHAEL ALLWRIGHT M20-29 42 00:21:19
536 262 SCOTT HENSHAW M20-29 43 00:21:27
608 292 JOSHUA SCOTT PAUL M20-29 44 00:22:29
617 283 STEVE CHANTHADAVONG M20-29 45 00:22:43
618 255 STU BRUNSDON M20-29 46 00:22:43
620 277 ALEX RYDER M20-29 47 00:22:45
636 287 MICK KIRCHNER M20-29 48 00:23:09
669 293 CHARLES WESTGARTH M20-29 49 00:23:46
672 982 OLIVER JACOBSON M20-29 50 00:23:53
702 299 JOSHUA SMITH M20-29 51 00:24:37
718 291 ANDREW PERKES M20-29 52 00:24:55
736 252 ANTHONY BEIRNE M20-29 53 00:25:31
751 268 DAVID LESTER M20-29 54 00:26:11
805 234 OLE-BJORN HORN M20-29 55 00:30:37
812 365 HANNAH CRAFTER M20-29 56 00:32:02
30 532 DANIEL MITCHELL M30-39 1 00:13:48
35 450 COLIN HANNAH M30-39 2 00:14:02
60 505 NICHOLAS PAGENT M30-39 3 00:15:08
70 510 TIM DYNON M30-39 4 00:15:19
71 526 MIKE MERELL M30-39 5 00:15:20
75 520 NEIL MCDONALD M30-39 6 00:15:23
77 433 ANDREW DE SOUSA M30-39 7 00:15:23
78 529 PHILLIP WATSON M30-39 8 00:15:25
82 441 TOM EDMONDS M30-39 9 00:15:28
83 527 JULIAN NORTH M30-39 10 00:15:28
84 489 JASON SCHREIBER M30-39 11 00:15:30
86 480 GREG PROCTER M30-39 12 00:15:33
97 503 JASON HEISER M30-39 13 00:15:42
101 468 KAS MATTES M30-39 14 00:15:47
104 506 LUKE STEWART M30-39 15 00:15:55
105 460 ANDREW JULIUS M30-39 16 00:15:57
106 502 RICHARD KEETLEY M30-39 17 00:15:57
108 537 STEVE ECCLESTON M30-39 18 00:15:58
110 435 BRENT DENNIS M30-39 19 00:16:01
123 447 ANDREW GRAHAM M30-39 20 00:16:10
133 541 DANIEL FITZPATRICK M30-39 21 00:16:18
135 517 ANDREW MCLEAN M30-39 22 00:16:20
147 431 JAMES CROOK M30-39 23 00:16:32
150 458 MATT HUNT M30-39 24 00:16:34
153 496 DAVID WHEATLEY M30-39 25 00:16:36
162 474 JAMIE NIGEL M30-39 26 00:16:45
163 509 JACK JONES M30-39 27 00:16:51
171 501 SEAN HUNTER M30-39 28 00:16:56
173 513 NICK LEE M30-39 29 00:16:57
174 521 IAN KENNEDY M30-39 30 00:16:58
192 507 SAM HENDERSON M30-39 31 00:17:12
195 495 MARK WELLER M30-39 32 00:17:16
197 478 AARON PASSFIELD M30-39 33 00:17:17
216 432 PAUL DANIELS M30-39 34 00:17:30
217 488 CARL SCHOKMAN M30-39 35 00:17:31
218 464 DANIEL LEES M30-39 36 00:17:32
220 546 DEREK NICHOLSON M30-39 37 00:17:35
224 436 BRIAN DESSAIX M30-39 38 00:17:37
232 477 JAMES O’BRIEN M30-39 39 00:17:44
234 535 JOHN BINFIELD M30-39 40 00:17:45
247 494 HORST WELCKER M30-39 41 00:17:58
249 545 DAVID SWANN M30-39 42 00:18:00
256 547 DANIEL FIELDING M30-39 43 00:18:06
257 514 PHIL TAMBASCO M30-39 44 00:18:06
261 459 ANDREW JACOBS M30-39 45 00:18:09
263 542 PETER HENRY M30-39 46 00:18:11
265 525 MICHAEL O’RYAN M30-39 47 00:18:12
268 481 ROBERT RAMSAY M30-39 48 00:18:12
269 443 PAUL FARROW M30-39 49 00:18:13
271 482 PHILIP REICHELT M30-39 50 00:18:15
272 484 MARK ROGAN M30-39 51 00:18:15
275 515 MURRAY HOWE M30-39 52 00:18:16
276 426 THOMAS BODGER M30-39 53 00:18:16
277 444 MATTHEW FROST M30-39 54 00:18:16
283 472 ANDREW MURN M30-39 55 00:18:25
294 549 MATT PARKER M30-39 56 00:18:32
295 452 LUKE HEALY M30-39 57 00:18:33
310 454 NICK HEBDEN M30-39 58 00:18:45
315 428 TIMOTHY BRYAN M30-39 59 00:18:50
325 471 JIM MOULTON M30-39 60 00:18:57
329 463 MICHAEL LE COUTEUR M30-39 61 00:19:00
334 427 JASON BRADICICH M30-39 62 00:19:05
340 461 SAMUEL KITCHEN M30-39 63 00:19:09
347 543 JASON SIBARANI M30-39 64 00:19:13
358 445 KIERAN GALLAGHER M30-39 65 00:19:17
360 540 DAVID BRIGGS M30-39 66 00:19:18
361 534 ANDREW VAUGHAN M30-39 67 00:19:18
362 487 MATTHEW SAUNDERS M30-39 68 00:19:20
363 479 LAWSON PRATT M30-39 69 00:19:20
375 475 ELLIOT NORTON M30-39 70 00:19:25
376 438 PETER DONNE M30-39 71 00:19:25
385 457 KENNETH HODGSON M30-39 72 00:19:29
389 498 MICHAEL MUELLER M30-39 73 00:19:34
394 516 JUSTIN JACKA M30-39 74 00:19:38
400 473 MARK NETHERY M30-39 75 00:19:40
402 434 ADRIAN DENNEWALD M30-39 76 00:19:40
403 518 ANDREW GROVER M30-39 77 00:19:41
437 476 RICHARD O’BRIEN M30-39 78 00:20:01
459 425 DAVID BELL M30-39 79 00:20:19
463 453 TOM HEATON M30-39 80 00:20:22
469 451 MATTHEW HARRISON M30-39 81 00:20:26
470 469 PETER MELVILLE M30-39 82 00:20:27
472 531 BEN FAUNCE M30-39 83 00:20:28
478 508 MARTIN COXELL M30-39 84 00:20:31
481 511 PAUL BIRCH M30-39 85 00:20:32
482 530 PETER HOMES M30-39 86 00:20:32
484 519 NEIL TUCHER M30-39 87 00:20:37
502 440 NICHOLAS EASINGWOOD M30-39 88 00:20:55
506 497 PETER WILSON M30-39 89 00:20:58
512 449 GUNTHER HANG M30-39 90 00:21:05
516 486 CLAUDIO SALIM M30-39 91 00:21:09
523 456 DARREN HIGGS M30-39 92 00:21:14
548 485 BRENDAN ROYAL M30-39 93 00:21:39
560 499 IAN WILSON M30-39 94 00:21:53
564 544 WILLIAM TRUONG M30-39 95 00:21:56
577 536 ANDREW WOOLLEY M30-39 96 00:22:06
583 439 PHIL DUNNE M30-39 97 00:22:12
585 429 NIALL CLERKIN M30-39 98 00:22:13
587 483 BRETT RICHARDSON M30-39 99 00:22:15
590 491 MIKE THOMAS M30-39 100 00:22:16
597 548 CRAIG LAMOND M30-39 101 00:22:22
641 522 PAUL JUDD M30-39 102 00:23:12
646 533 MARK GREGORY M30-39 103 00:23:19
678 492 DARREN TROON M30-39 104 00:23:59
692 437 MICHAEL DICKSON M30-39 105 00:24:15
704 524 HOSEI KOBAYASHI M30-39 106 00:24:39
705 430 NATHAN CLUNAS M30-39 107 00:24:40
710 504 STEWART DUNCAN M30-39 108 00:24:45
719 442 RICHARD EVANS M30-39 109 00:24:58
739 470 BRAD MORRISETT M30-39 110 00:25:42
762 465 MIKE LEWIS M30-39 111 00:26:59
780 528 MIKE BUCCIATA M30-39 112 00:27:45
781 490 PETER SCOTT M30-39 113 00:27:46
783 446 HEDLEY GALT M30-39 114 00:27:58
798 523 PAUL BENITEZ M30-39 115 00:29:44
800 512 MARK LEIGH M30-39 116 00:30:13
803 493 IAN WADE M30-39 117 00:30:36
826 539 JULIAN DELANY M30-39 118 00:34:32
832 538 JEZ MILLBANK M30-39 119 00:43:06
12 676 DAVID O’BRIEN M40-49 1 00:13:07
21 655 ANDREW HOWLETT M40-49 2 00:13:25
24 717 JOHN HARVEY M40-49 3 00:13:36
25 639 GRAHAM BRUCE M40-49 4 00:13:37
37 734 SCOTT MIERS M40-49 5 00:14:06
45 912 PHIL KEARNS M40-49 6 00:14:18
47 643 MARK DAWSON M40-49 7 00:14:19
48 733 MICHAEL DELANY M40-49 8 00:14:26
56 917 ADAM THOMPSON M40-49 9 00:14:56
67 648 TIM GARNER M40-49 10 00:15:17
79 665 TED MCCLURE M40-49 11 00:15:26
91 694 ALEX WARWAR M40-49 12 00:15:36
92 913 TRENT KAROLL M40-49 13 00:15:36
93 728 JAMES MARSHALL M40-49 14 00:15:37
100 674 MICHAEL MURRAY M40-49 15 00:15:44
119 738 ANDREW BOWDEN M40-49 16 00:16:08
122 673 MIKE MUNNS M40-49 17 00:16:10
126 681 LARRY RISPOLI M40-49 18 00:16:14
130 679 COLIN REYBURN M40-49 19 00:16:17
132 688 MARTIN TAIT M40-49 20 00:16:18
139 637 ANDREW BREMNER M40-49 21 00:16:22
143 652 MATT HAYES M40-49 22 00:16:25
146 628 BRIAN AUBIN M40-49 23 00:16:31
152 626 MATTHEW ADDERTON M40-49 24 00:16:36
160 632 GREG BARWELL M40-49 25 00:16:43
164 687 ED ST JOHN M40-49 26 00:16:51
165 684 BRIAN SCOTT M40-49 27 00:16:51
170 667 SIMON MCGUINNESS M40-49 28 00:16:56
181 696 IAN STEVENTON M40-49 29 00:17:08
184 737 JAMES CUNNIFF M40-49 30 00:17:09
193 638 ANDREW BRODIE M40-49 31 00:17:12
194 718 KARL HAYES M40-49 32 00:17:15
196 645 STEPHEN DONNELLY M40-49 33 00:17:16
199 721 ALEXANDER HICKS M40-49 34 00:17:18
201 719 SIMON BEZETT M40-49 35 00:17:19
203 641 BILL DANIEL M40-49 36 00:17:22
206 640 MICHAEL CLARKE M40-49 37 00:17:23
212 646 MARK FIORE M40-49 38 00:17:27
213 895 STEWART KEYES M40-49 39 00:17:29
231 659 OLIVER KISSNER M40-49 40 00:17:42
236 726 PHILIP MALLAM M40-49 41 00:17:51
238 685 JOHN SCULLY M40-49 42 00:17:52
248 668 MATT MCGUIRE M40-49 43 00:17:58
254 730 PAUL BENNETT M40-49 44 00:18:05
260 725 EDWIN KIRK M40-49 45 00:18:08
264 702 STEPHEN BASIL-JONES M40-49 46 00:18:11
273 653 DEREK HEATH M40-49 47 00:18:15
274 670 SCOT MENZIES M40-49 48 00:18:16
279 666 STEPHEN MCDONAGH M40-49 49 00:18:23
280 658 ANTHONY KENNA M40-49 50 00:18:24
287 732 SCOTT GRAHAM M40-49 51 00:18:28
296 654 MATTHEW HIRST M40-49 52 00:18:35
299 716 SCOTT STRATFORD M40-49 53 00:18:37
301 915 BEN CHRISTIE M40-49 54 00:18:38
305 691 PATRICK VAN EYBERGEN M40-49 55 00:18:39
320 711 GED TYSOE M40-49 56 00:18:52
321 722 ANDREW MCGRATH M40-49 57 00:18:53
338 634 TIM BLYTHE M40-49 58 00:19:07
343 690 STEPHEN TUNSTEAD M40-49 59 00:19:10
356 693 JOHN WARBURTON M40-49 60 00:19:16
366 661 GRAHAM LESLIE M40-49 61 00:19:21
368 675 RICHARD MURRAY M40-49 62 00:19:21
378 633 CHRIS BENNECKE M40-49 63 00:19:26
379 739 BEN KENT M40-49 64 00:19:27
384 686 ANDREW SPROULE M40-49 65 00:19:28
387 919 KEVIN O’REILY M40-49 66 00:19:32
397 664 ROGER MAGNUSSON M40-49 67 00:19:38
404 703 PAUL JOHNSON M40-49 68 00:19:42
415 656 PERRY HUME M40-49 69 00:19:50
426 647 STUART FREEMAN M40-49 70 00:19:55
436 683 GARRY SCHNEPS M40-49 71 00:19:59
441 630 MATT BARNETT M40-49 72 00:20:03
444 662 STEVE LOXTON M40-49 73 00:20:06
446 720 MATHEW CROCKER M40-49 74 00:20:09
451 692 MARK WALKER M40-49 75 00:20:14
456 727 NEIL MONTFORD M40-49 76 00:20:18
460 712 GEOFFREY COOK M40-49 77 00:20:19
465 740 PATRICK MCCARROLL M40-49 78 00:20:23
467 700 MICHAEL SYMINGTON M40-49 79 00:20:24
468 709 NICK ELLIOTT M40-49 80 00:20:25
471 649 JAMES GRELLMAN M40-49 81 00:20:27
479 697 DAVID GLASS M40-49 82 00:20:31
480 729 FRANK MALLOY M40-49 83 00:20:31
499 629 JASON BARBER M40-49 84 00:20:53
500 635 TONY BOLSDON M40-49 85 00:20:54
525 705 CLAYTON NOBLE M40-49 86 00:21:16
532 701 LUKE COWAN M40-49 87 00:21:23
535 704 PETER LIVERMORE M40-49 88 00:21:26
546 672 GRANT MORRELL M40-49 89 00:21:38
547 625 TIM ABBOTT M40-49 90 00:21:38
553 636 DEREK BORG M40-49 91 00:21:45
559 706 CRAIG STEELE M40-49 92 00:21:52
563 715 ANDREW WARNER M40-49 93 00:21:55
568 707 GORDON COBURN M40-49 94 00:21:58
569 736 PETER HANDEL M40-49 95 00:21:59
581 708 TONY COOK M40-49 96 00:22:12
586 698 GLEN TOOHEY M40-49 97 00:22:13
595 723 WALTER BEYLEVELOT M40-49 98 00:22:22
600 650 JOHN HALLIS M40-49 99 00:22:25
602 678 MARK PEARCE M40-49 100 00:22:25
615 714 PETER REDDING M40-49 101 00:22:37
621 710 ROBERT CARRICK M40-49 102 00:22:45
627 671 CHRIS MEREDITH M40-49 103 00:22:56
629 631 RICHARD BARRIE M40-49 104 00:22:59
630 642 NEVILLE DANIELS M40-49 105 00:23:00
633 682 SCOTT RUDD M40-49 106 00:23:06
655 657 CHRIS HUNTER M40-49 107 00:23:31
659 680 MARTYN RIDDLE M40-49 108 00:23:33
661 695 TIM ROSSELL M40-49 109 00:23:35
676 660 JAMES LANDON-SMITH M40-49 110 00:23:55
681 663 ADAM LYNCH M40-49 111 00:24:02
690 669 RICHARD MEHIGAN M40-49 112 00:24:13
695 644 GRAEME DOMINISH M40-49 113 00:24:19
701 713 ANDREW MARTIN M40-49 114 00:24:35
712 724 ADAM WALKER M40-49 115 00:24:49
720 699 MARK WINGRAVE M40-49 116 00:24:58
724 914 SCOTT NOWLAND M40-49 117 00:25:01
743 911 PETER MUNNS M40-49 118 00:25:47
749 916 DOMINIC IMIACH M40-49 119 00:26:01
761 731 FRANK SCHIRALDI M40-49 120 00:26:47
774 735 BERNARD OREWSTEIN M40-49 121 00:27:23
787 741 PAUL ELLIOT M40-49 122 00:28:31
813 918 GARY MCCARTNEY M40-49 123 00:32:10
31 242 MICHAEL HOLMES M50-59 1 00:13:53
38 828 MARK HOUSTON M50-59 2 00:14:08
57 817 JOHN DE VRIES M50-59 3 00:15:02
68 891 BRIAN STANDLICK M50-59 4 00:15:19
80 820 ROBERT FARRELL M50-59 5 00:15:26
85 807 NIELL BOUSTRED M50-59 6 00:15:31
88 839 PETER MCCRAE M50-59 7 00:15:34
99 848 JOHN PAYNE M50-59 8 00:15:43
111 854 JOERN SAUER M50-59 9 00:16:02
124 857 FRED SPINDLER M50-59 10 00:16:12
127 851 IAN POOLE M50-59 11 00:16:14
134 841 GLENN MCPHEE M50-59 12 00:16:19
141 898 JOHN GILLESPIE M50-59 13 00:16:24
145 822 SIMON FRY M50-59 14 00:16:30
148 830 GREG JOHNSON M50-59 15 00:16:32
149 821 BARRY FEYDER M50-59 16 00:16:32
151 870 STEPHEN ZOELLER M50-59 17 00:16:35
167 843 TONY MOORE M50-59 18 00:16:52
172 860 STEPHEN THOMAS M50-59 19 00:16:57
178 880 PETER MILLER M50-59 20 00:17:04
187 897 BRUCE RICHARDS M50-59 21 00:17:11
189 835 THOMAS KILIAN M50-59 22 00:17:11
198 902 JEFF TRELOAR M50-59 23 00:17:18
202 810 DAVID BURSTON M50-59 24 00:17:20
204 896 CELSO GRATI M50-59 25 00:17:22
208 885 TIM MATIN M50-59 26 00:17:24
215 837 MARTIN LORD M50-59 27 00:17:30
219 881 MARTIN QUINN M50-59 28 00:17:33
225 886 PAUL MITCHELL M50-59 29 00:17:37
226 840 JOSEPH MCMAHON M50-59 30 00:17:38
233 868 JOHN WILTON M50-59 31 00:17:45
235 871 MIKE CARROLL M50-59 32 00:17:46
240 802 TONY ARENA M50-59 33 00:17:54
246 899 KEIRAN KELLY M50-59 34 00:17:58
251 903 ALLAN MCKINNON M50-59 35 00:18:01
270 832 MICHAEL JONES M50-59 36 00:18:14
281 808 NEVILLE BRADSHAW M50-59 37 00:18:24
282 876 ROBERT PILAT M50-59 38 00:18:25
289 901 CHRISTOPHER DEANE M50-59 39 00:18:29
304 842 STEPHEN MONTAGUE M50-59 40 00:18:39
309 815 KEVIN CROSS M50-59 41 00:18:44
314 806 JOEL BLOOM M50-59 42 00:18:49
319 856 JONATHAN SCHAFFER M50-59 43 00:18:52
326 874 MICHAEL WRIGHT M50-59 44 00:18:57
332 863 BILL VARLOW M50-59 45 00:19:03
339 867 KIM WILSON M50-59 46 00:19:08
341 814 GRAHAM COSTELLO M50-59 47 00:19:09
345 859 IAN SUTHERLAND M50-59 48 00:19:11
346 865 GRAHAM WILD M50-59 49 00:19:11
369 858 GARY STEWART M50-59 50 00:19:22
370 864 STEPHEN WATT M50-59 51 00:19:22
382 877 DAVID COLLINS M50-59 52 00:19:27
386 883 BOB SMALE M50-59 53 00:19:31
399 853 PETER ROSE M50-59 54 00:19:40
410 855 WAYNE SAWYER M50-59 55 00:19:48
417 831 MICHAEL JOHNSTON M50-59 56 00:19:50
419 893 DAMIAN ASPREY M50-59 57 00:19:53
424 801 PETER ANTHONY M50-59 58 00:19:55
428 803 STEVE BALL M50-59 59 00:19:56
442 834 CHRIS KENNA M50-59 60 00:20:05
447 826 PHILIP HARTOG M50-59 61 00:20:11
448 838 PAUL MALLAM M50-59 62 00:20:11
476 824 PAUL HADDON M50-59 63 00:20:29
486 813 GREG CHALMERS M50-59 64 00:20:39
488 888 GREGORY ZOBEL M50-59 65 00:20:42
490 875 KAZUAKI TAKAKASKI M50-59 66 00:20:43
515 827 JOHN HIBBETT M50-59 67 00:21:07
518 845 GREG NIBBS M50-59 68 00:21:11
520 873 PHILLIPPE NAZAREWILZ M50-59 69 00:21:11
531 833 KEVIN KENNA M50-59 70 00:21:21
533 844 RICHARD MORAS M50-59 71 00:21:23
534 829 GORDON JERVIS M50-59 72 00:21:24
554 804 STEVEN BAX M50-59 73 00:21:46
561 866 VENN WILLIAMS M50-59 74 00:21:54
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OCEAN SWIM: Island Challenge – Coogee

OCEAN SWIM: Island Challenge – Coogee

November 29th was the second last day of Spring, and the day that a great Summer sport descended on Coogee Beach.

Hundreds of men and women took part in the The Coogee Island Challenge open water swimming event for 2009. This open water swim happened in the early morning and involved competitors covering a distance of over 2000 meters.

The 2009 Coogee Island Challenge was given a shot-point start by Peter Garret, MP and environmentalist. Less welcome guests at the Island Challenge swim were a school of jellyfish, which were floating to greet the swimmers at the end of the race.

Despite the jellyfish, there was no menace of cold waters or unpleasant weather which turned Coogee beach into the perfect setting for a perfect day of open water swimming.

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Ocean Swim: Cook Community Classic – Cronulla Beach

Ocean Swim: Cook Community Classic – Cronulla Beach

Cook Community Classic - Cronulla- Ocean Swim-2627The Cook Community Classic is each year on the first weekend in November. This year the event was held at Cronulla Beach and the adjacent Cronulla Park.

The competition involved a competitive surf carnival between our four Bate Bay Surf clubs, an open ocean swim and a community carnival in the surrounding park areas.
Even for people not interested in sport the carnival hosted entertainment, live music, local celebrities and community stalls featuring the participating event sponsors and community organisations.

This year, in addition to the very successful community open water swim there was an open community paddle ski event. Cook Community Classic - Cronulla- Ocean Swim-2609
Through these activities the Cook Community Classic provides a fundraising platform local Shire community groups – including sports clubs, local charities, school P&Cs and other community organisations.

The Cook Community Classic is all about trying to make the most of the efforts of local community organisations.

The Cook Community Classic was not focussed on winners and placeholders for the sporting events, but rather getting as many competitors and spectators involved from the local Sutherland Shire Community.

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Vorgee Innovation Cuts Through With Australia’s First Polarised Goggles

Vorgee Innovation Cuts Through With Australia’s First Polarised Goggles

vorgee3Australian swim brand Vorgee has launched the country’s first polarised swimming goggles – the Osprey – giving Aussie triathletes and open water swimmers the cutting-edge advantage.

18 months in the making, Vorgee’s Osprey goggles use the same type of polarising lenses found in leading sunglass brands. Vorgee first had the idea a couple of years ago when they kept hearing complaints from open water swimmers of the problems they were having with reflective glare off the water and its affect on their vision and performance.

The Vorgee design team ran with the concept and began to research the kinds of polarising lenses worn by other sports people – cyclists, skiers, sailors – who need to perform to a high level in glary, reflective environments. Their findings were then applied to swimming goggle technology and the Vorgee Osprey was born.

Osprey goggles feature polarised, UV protected, anti-fog coated, enlarged lenses that provide zero distortion and optimum viewing clarity, no matter what the conditions. Combine this with an oversized, one piece lens and frame design that enhances comfort and sight lines, plus a quick fit strap system, and you have the perfect goggles for open water swimming.

Vorgee’s Osprey goggles will also be available in tinted and clear lens versions for pool swimming.

The Osprey goes on sale at participating aquatic centres throughout Australia in September 2009.

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BLK1 Weekly Swim Summary

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The big news in swimming this week was sparked by the dwindling numbers of professional swimming coaches. On the back of a string of high profile retirements, the number of elite coaches in Brisbane has dropped from 13 to nine. Scott Volkers, the coach responsible for the swimming legends like Susie O’Neill and current head coach at the Queensland Academy of sport believes it all boils down to the leasing of public pools to large leisure companies. The poor funding and lack of resources available to coaches is resulting in fewer new faces emerging and aging coaches are either retiring or being snapped up by international programs. Previously, councils would lease pools to coaches who would earn revenue from swimming lessons, gate takings and the kiosk while devoting large amounts of time to the less-profitable art of coaching. Now companies like leisure operator Belgravia, which runs 11 aquatic centres in Queensland’s south east, are taking up the rights to pools. Volkers says high-performance coaching, which reaps rewards on an international scale but does little for the bottom line of pool operators, is often the first activity tobe pared back. As a result, professional swimming could become a sport of yester year, because without the high quality coaches, there will be no swimmers.

Actor Steve McFadden has credited swimming as his secret weapon in his war against weight. Steve, 50, will don a wetsuit to take part in the British Gas Great North Swim on Sunday, September 13. The challenge will see him making waves in Lake Windermere, Britain’s largest natural lake, with depths of up to 220ft. He is doing all this to raise money charity.

Erin McNaught takes the catwalk during the Miss Universe 2006 Preliminary Competition in Los Angeles

Erin McNaught takes the catwalk during the Miss Universe 2006 Preliminary Competition in Los Angeles

On a more social note, Erin McNaught isn’t letting her recent break-up with Braith Anasta cramp her style. Last weekend she was spotted with yet another sportsman – Eamon Sullivan. Confidential spies said the good looking pair were dominating the dance floor at Kings Cross nightclub Kit and Kaboodle on Friday night.

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BLK1 Weekly Swim Summary

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The big news in swimming this week was all about free diver Mike Wells and his exciting feat of swimming a 120m under sea channel on a single breath. The cave of New south Wales northern coast is said to be Australia’s longest under water cavern and is a regular haunt for sharks and has never been successfully navigated by a free diver before, and proved to be a perilous task for Wells with 3 failed attempts due to weather conditions and cramps. However he persevered and succeeded in his 4th attempt, although it was not without its dramas. Towards the end of the channel is a very narrow section known by divers as ‘the chimney’ in which Wells’ monofin became wedged. Thankfully his son Jeremy was following behind him and managed to free the fin. “My fin got jammed in the crack. It just stuck there, it was a dead stop. I could see the light at the end of the tunnel, literally, so I just (put my) head down and went to work, just keep swimming” said Wells of his narrow escape. The 39-year-old free diving veteran held his breath for the lung-bursting 2 minutes and 40 seconds it took to navigate the length of Fish Rock Cave.

Across the Tasman Swimming New Zealand has recently gone into damage control with one of its young swimming stars being hospitalised in Rome for excessive alcohol consumption following the swimming championships. 19 year old Daniel Bell is no stranger to controversy following an incident where he was photographed on the loo drunk at a social function in the final days of the Beijing games. The photo was taken by team mates Dean Kent, Corney Swanepoel and Cameron Gibson who were expelled from the New Zealand team and the Olympic Village as a result of the prank. SNZ chief executive Mike Byrne made a point of commenting that SNZ would support the young swimmer despite this second incident, which will have no negative impact on his future prospects of making the New Zealand swim team. “He needs to understand that as a high profile sportsman in New Zealand, society has different expectations on him than they may have on you and I. He needs to live up to those,” Byrne said.”He just had too much to drink, like a lot of us would have to own up to having done in the past.”

In other tid bits of swimming news, A Detroit man has become the 11th person to complete the 24.3-mile swim across Lake Erie to the Pennsylvania shore near Erie. Randy McElwain took just 11 hours, 23 minutes, and 33 seconds to swim from Long Point, Ontario to Freeport Beach in North East Township, beating the previous record for the swim by 20 minutes. The old record was set in 2006 by Josh Heynes.

Design giant Phillips- Van Heusen has licensed sportswear company Studio Ray to develop new surf inspired swim wear for its IZOD brand. The line will be available in department stores in spring. Now if you’re wondering why Phillips- Van Heusen may sound familiar, it could be because they are responsible for the backing behind brands such as Calvin Klein, Van Heusen and Bass.

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BLK1 Weekly Swim Summary

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Nicholas Caine

Nicholas Caine

While most 16 year olds are at home enjoying the advancements of the technological age, Atherton teen Nicholas Caine is spending up to six hours a day training in open waters and pools to build the stamina and techniques he will need for later this year when he attempts to swim the English channel. He will swim from Dover in England to the shores of Calais in France, which is approx 20 nautical miles in waters that are a chilly 60 degrees, which the ambitious teen hopes to do in around 9 hours.    “If for some reason, I get bad weather or bad currents, then I’ll have a lot
longer swim than I planned on. If it ends up being 14 or 15 hours, hypothermia
would be a big problem to worry about.” Caine was reported in saying earlier this week. In accordance to the requirements for swimming the English Channel, Caine will embark on this swim without a wet suit. But hypothermia will not be his only opposition, with the possibility of jelly fish, huge swells and gale force winds all a real possibility. However Nicholas is not deterred, and is instead excited about the adventure.  “He just has this passion for open-water swimming,” said his mom, who plans to be on a support boat accompanying Nicholas across the Strait of Dover
sometime between July 28 and Aug. 6.

In other big news this week, the official uniform for the Australian diving team was revealed in Sydney last week. The design process began late last year when David McCabe, owner of swimwear label Ying Fa Australia, approached 17 year old Brooke Fensom to come up with a design for the team, and by all accounts the results did not disappoint. “I just sat down and put down whatever came into my head… but I knew I wanted to make it subtle and at the same time stand out,” Ms Fensom said, who has no formal training in design. The outfits include swim suits, polo shirts, track suits, shorts and singlets.

Elsewhere in the world at the Canadian swimming world championship trials, Anna may Pierse smashed her record of 2:23:77, set at the Beijing Olympics for the 200 metre breaststroke with a time of 2:20:71, the third fastest recorded in history, and just 0.49 seconds off the first.

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Mona Vale Cold Water Classic Ocean Swim 2009

Mona Vale Cold Water Classic Ocean Swim 2009

Mona Vale Cold Water Classic Ocean Swim 2009The prospect of freezing waters did not deter the hundreds of swimmers who took part in the Mona Vale Cold Water Classic Ocean Swim on Sunday 21st June.

There was a notable absence of heat from the sun, and a cold wind was blowing, but the swimmers- many of them aged over 50 years- had no fear for the chilly temperature.

There was an option to wear a wetsuit, but a majority braved the cold, reportedly saying that the chill was a large part of the thrill. While many swimmers opted to wear nothing but a pair of Speedos, many had stated that they had experienced colder waters in their lifetime and that the winds that were felt after exiting the water were the coldest part of the day.

The swim covered the distance from Mona Vale beach right into The Basin. All competitors who were registered to race managed to compete the course, proving that the promised cold temperatures really are no match for determined ocean swimmers.
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South Head Roughwater Ocean Swim – North Bondi to Watsons Bay

South Head Roughwater Ocean Swim – North Bondi to Watsons Bay

ocean-swim-bondi-to-watsons-bay-2009-images-33The swim involved a distance of 10kms. To take part in this event is a true achievement. The cliffs between North Bondi and Watsons Bay are some of the most exposed coastline in Australia, beaten by the elements; there is no shelter from the prevailing conditions on swim day.

Skies were sunny and wind was mild, but even a light breeze was enough to make the water a choppy challenge for all competitors.

The swim had competitors starting at North Bondi Beach then heading north around Ben Buckler & north along the coastline to South Head, then into Sydney Harbour past Lady Bay, Camp Cove and into the finish at Vaucluse Yacht Club in Watsons Bay.

All those who took part should be proud of their prooven ability to conquer some of Australia’s roughest seas.

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Balmoral Ocean Swim For Children’s Cancer

Balmoral Ocean Swim For Children’s Cancer

Balmoral Ocean Swim 2009

This year’s Balmoral Swim attracted over 600 competitors from all over New South Wales. The event, which is held at Balmoral Beach just north of Sydney, has raised money for the Children’s Cancer Institute of Australia since 2007.

In 2008, 713 competitors attended, raising over $30,000, and this year the charity has once again made a significant contribution, collecting over $22,000 for the cause so far.

The Alexander Patrick Hall Charity Cup is awarded to the individual and team who raises the most amount of money through the online fund. This year the award goes to team Clubaces, who have raised an astounding $13,863 to date, more than half of the total contribution. Nicholas Anderson was also recognised for his individual contribution of $2,145.

Several other awards and prizes are handed out to the winners of each race. The programme consists of a team relay, a 250m juniors team race, as well as a 150m open Dash for Glory.

But the curtain raiser for the event, the one kilometre race, was the main attraction. The long-distance harbour swim encouraged 602 starters to take to the chilled waters at 10am last Friday.  Eighteen-year-old Jake Nolan of Beacon Hill took out the race in just under 12 minutes. Kelly McCrae was the fastest of the women finishing in 8th place overall.

The Balmoral Beach Club, in co-operation with the Mosman council will be looking for an increased number of competitors and donators when the event is held once again next year.

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2009 Caves Beach Ocean Swim

2009 Caves Beach Ocean Swim

 

Ocean Swim Caves Beach 2009Saturday 7th March could not have brought better conditions for the Caves Beach Ocean Swim. The annual ocean swim, which has existed for five years had to be moved from its originally planned date due to rough seas, icy winds and pelting rain.

Throughout its history, The Caves Beach Ocean Swim has been an event planned for families to enjoy. The fun atmosphere at this year’s event emulated the values of the organisers and, in the pleasant weather, was a day that both spectators and competitors could enjoy.Ocean Swim Caves Beach 2009
Newcastle local Jarred Killey was the first to swim in to shore, finishing the race with a time of just 14 minutes and 42 seconds. Another Newcastle local, Eliza Smith was the first female to finish, coming in with a time of 16 minutes and 11 seconds.

There were hundereds of competitors on the day, making the scenery something to be admired as the masses circled around the shoreline.

-Top 10 – 2009 Caves Beach Ocean Swim Results-

Ocean Swim Caves Beach 2009

1. Jarrod Killey,  Merewether- 14:42
2. Josh Hollard, Black Hill- 14:46
3. Saxon Bird, Denistone- 15:03
4. Wally Eggleton, South Windsor- 15:33
5. Heath Winning, Highfields- 15:42
6. Keelan Bridge, Killcare- 16:08
7. Eliza Smith, Merewether- 16:11
8. Erin Killey, Merewether- 16:12
9. Joshua Elloy, Waratah- 16:12
10. Jerry O’Sullivan , Birmingham Gardens- 16:12

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