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Athletics: Marathon

Sunday 19 March
Men:
1. Samson Ramadhani (Tanzania) 2hr 11min 29sec
2. Fred Mogaka (Kenya) 2:12:03
3. Daniel Robinson (England) 2:14:50
4. Scott Westcott (Australia) 2:16:32
5. Andrew Letherby (Australia) 2:17:10
6. Jacob Yator (Kenya) 2:17:31
7. Shane Nankervis (Australia) 2:19:15
8. Francis Robert Naali (Tanzania) 2:19:39
9. Lebenya Nkoka (Lesotho) 2:19:40
10. Teboho Sello (Lesotho) 2:19:57
11. Neo Molema (South Africa) 2:29:04
12. Mohamed Turay (Sierra Leone) 2:50:19
13. Andrew Gutzmore (Jamaica) 2:51:55
14. Errol Duncan (St. Helena) 3:11.21
Did not finish: Christopher Njunguda (Tanzania)
Tsotang Maine (Lesotho)
Tseko Mpolokeng (South Africa)


Women:
1. Kerry McCann (Australia) 2hr 30min 54sec
2. Hellen Cherono Koskei (Kenya) 2:30:56
3. Elizabeth Yelling (England) 2:32:19
4. Tracey Morris (Wales) 2:33:13
5. Josephine Akunaay (Tanzania) 2:36:27
6. Lioudmila Kortchaguina (Canada) 2:36:43
7. Kate Smythe (Australia) 2:38:31
8. Lauren Shelley (Australia) 2:39:13
9. Hayley Haining (Scotland) 2:39:39
10. Susan Partridge (Scotland) 2:39:54
11. Nicole Stevenson (Canada) 2:40:58
12. Tanith Maxwell (South Africa) 2:41:47
13. Mamoroallo Tjoka (Lesotho) 2:43:35
14. Rose Nyangacha (Kenya) 2:46:49
15. Charne Rademeyer (South Africa) 2:50:05
16. Shona Hicks (Scotland) 2:51:40
17. Danielle Florens (Mauritius) 2:58:56
18. Rebecca Moore (New Zealand) 3:03:35
19. Arieta Martin (Jamaica) 3:34:36
Liza Hunter Galvan (New Zealand) DNF
Sarah Majah Selli (Tanzania) DNF
Debra Mason (England) DNF
Beata Naigambo (Namibia) DNF[/SIZE]
 

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Is it just me or does Brendan Foster get on everyone else's nerves? This morning as Tracey Morris finished 4th in the marathon at Melbourne he said "...2 years ago she was a fun runner".

I suggest he reads http://www.valleystriders.org.uk/tracey.htm for some better information. She ran for Wales 20 years ago, and although she might have had 10 years off from competative running, to describe someone who 4 years ago could do a sub-37 min 10k as a "fun runner" is insulting in the least.

Still, better a fun runner than a fat runner eh Bren?
 

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Agreed! I was thinking the same thing. She always had talent, she just took a break from running for a few years.

Did anyone see that bloke from St Helena? Credit to him for putting in a good time on his first marathon at 45, on only 30 miles a week as well apparently.
 
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