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Edition 19

March 2015

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My all-time favourite place to run is Bouddi National Park. I have so many spectacular and beautiful photos of this place it was very hard to choose from them all. Bouddi is very special to me. I feel it's my spiritual home. I have spent countless hours doing some very hard training there and also spent a lot of time there when I have been injured and unable to run. I love sharing this place and I have taken many people into Bouddi for training runs to shown them all the places that are special to me so they toowww.terrigaltrotters.com.au can enjoy the beauty that is so close to home. Denise Maguire #799

Come and help four Terrigal Trotters members raise money for a great cause… The Orchard Run – Palmdale (21km and 32km options) 26th April 2015, arrive at 6:45 for a 7am start $25 inc. sausage sizzle and a drink (tax deductible) This will be a timed event and water stations will be available at turnaround points. Registrations will be taken on Saturday mornings or contact one of the girls. Non-members are also welcome.

Oxfam team ‘Sweaty Sisterhood’ (Jo, Detta, Denise and Lisa)

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Club Person of the Month Nominations Dave Byrnes Organising the GNW Series Trail Run on 8 Feb Margaret Aurisch Organising the Memorial Run breakfast Lorraine Cooke and Lynn Bromwich Providing the drink stop on GNW Series Run

Female Athlete of the Month Nominations Denise Maguire Tarawera Ultra 60km 7:22:16 Cat Pos 4049(2) Gen Pos (3) Overall 34 Amanda Marchant Brooks Hill Out and Back Time Trial 45:28 Mel McDonald Brooks Hill Out and Back Time Trial 40:44 Kerry Hope Shotover Marathon 8:06:22 Cat Pos 4 Overall 73

Male Athlete of the Month Nominations Mark Hope Shotover Marathon 6:47:45 Cat Pos 4 Overall 35 Dave Fogg Brooks Hill Out and Back Time Trial 46.44 Jeff Dick Brooks Hill Out and Back Time Trial 47:12 Kevin Dean Brooks Hill Out and Back Time Trial 47:21

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Club Persons of the Month Lorraine Cooke and Lynn Bromwich

For providing the drink stop on GNW Series Run

Female Athlete of the Month Denise Maguire

Tarawera Ultra 60km 7:22:16 40-49 Cat Pos 2 - Gen Pos 3 - Overall 34

Male Athlete of the Month Jeff Dick

Brooks Hill Out and Back Time Trial 47:12

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The Fred Hollows Foundation, Coastrek was held on the 6th March. Our team, ‘Agony of de Feet x4’ walked from Palm Beach to Balmoral, 55km. The event was open to anyone aged 18+ and they had to be in teams of 4. In the team though, 2 at least had to be female. The team had to start and finish with the same 4 members, no tag teams, in less than 18hours. There were two different walks on the day, both 55km. One started at Palm Beach and the other started at Coogee. Both finished at Balmoral. The teams were required to fundraise a minimum of $2,000 ($500 per team member) for The Fred Hollows Foundation. We raised our funds mainly through a BBQ at Avoca Surf club plus the generous donations of many friends and families that supported us. Even on the day of the walk, people were still donating to this worthy cause. A huge thank you to all who supported us financially and physically. It was and is very much appreciated. There were 4 waves, ½ hour apart, and the first starting at 6am. We were in the 6:30am wave. Ray Martin spoke to the crowd and did the final countdown to start us off. The sunrise was magnificent and it augured well for a spectacular day. The day provided stunning pristine beaches, craggy sea cliffs, single track bush trails and amazing views from the many headlands. On the website it said that there was 20% beach, 20% pathways and 60% bush. Along the way there were ‘Luv Stops’. These were the checkpoints where all team members had to be present and they also offered food, drinks and cold frozen ice blocks. These ice blocks (like zopper doopers) where fantastic… so cold and delicious. We all loved these and it was a complimentary item to help with the warm conditions. At the beginning of the day it was an incoming tide and so the walking on the beaches was in soft sand and at times a sprint – running up the beach away from a very fast moving and incoming wave!!! As the day ticked by though, the outgoing tide was a

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bonus. This was particularly good on the beach from Narrabeen to Collaroy where the sand was much harder than we had experienced in training. Wahoo!!! Once we hit Manly we knew we had only 15km to go!!! No more beach walking and we passed all the little cafes and coves on the coastline. Before all the training for Coastrek we had not seen this part of the coastline. It was truly remarkable that it is all there for the public to enjoy, and enjoy we did! Doing this event in a team, means everyone is a winner. It helps the less fortunate, it deepens friendships and creates memories. It is the simple things in life that make a huge difference. Jeanette Dillon #217 was our Leader/Captain and she did a fantastic job keeping us motivated and organised. Liza Whitfield #513 was deputy dog and was able to get us the BBQ at Avoca which was our main fundraiser. Margie Harivel #135 was amazing in her organisation on the day, providing us with accommodation the night before at Newport, having food for brekkie and along the way and a husband, Harry (Graham Harival) #405, who drove us down to Sydney and also to the start the start line. Marg Aurich #17 and Barb Byrnes #508 were our fantastic support crew on the day. They were so generous with their time and the ease with which they supported us was incredible. Then there was me, I just did what I was told!!! A huge thank you once again to everyone involved to make this event a success for ALL!!! I loved every minute of it. Dotti Stockwell #302

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Place

Name

Trotter No

Chip Time

Gen

Gen Rank

91 (385)

Dave Byrnes

517

2:24:31

M

85 (247)

MARATHON Trotter Pos No 37 598

Cat

Cat Pl

60-64

2 (11)

Name

Time

Cat

Cat Pos

Gen Pos

Gary PICKERING

3:33:23

M50-59

6

32

Time

Cat

Cat Pos

Gen Pos

1:20:04

M30-39

1

3

HALF MARATHON Trotter Pos Name No 3 449 Matt ROBBIE 62

8453

Amanda MORRIS

1:39:53

F18-29

5

8

104

403

Mel ROBBIE

1:48:41

M50-59

12

84

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[email protected] Julian Hanson Rebecca Phillips

Matt Collins Steve Guest Graham Lane Tara Warren Sabine Byrne Charlie Brooks Damien Meyer Wayne Daley Greg Tegart Emma Mason Sybella McKay Bernie Pannell Lydia McKay Adrian Smith Greg Brown Wayne Doherty Eden Hallett Claire Hallett Tim Ricardo Jamie Voysey Cooper Voysey Stuart Voysey Ben Ricardo Sophie Lane Jacob Hallett Tim Healy

Each Lap is 1.2 km 4-Mar-15 11-Mar-15 Time Laps Time Laps 24.00 5 24.04 5 23.57 5 24.10 5 Female 2014/15 record

35.18

5

21.21

3

18.03

3

32.37 28.47

5 5

34.51 27.10 20.55

5 5 3

38.59

5

27.37

19.12 34.30 31.20 25.25 12.54 15.01 32.02 34.04

5 5

31.05 25.16

5

3 5 5 3 2 2

18-Mar-15 Time Laps 23.36 5

23.52

5

34.48

5

28.16 23.18

4 5

24.25 30.39 26.10

5 5 5

27.24

5

28.59

4

31.00

5

5 3 29.30

5

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25-Mar-15 Time Laps 24.03

5

33.46 26.57 27.50 23.21 24.48 23.26

5 5 4 5 5 5

25.24 17.13 26.28 17.12

5 3 4 3

28.06

5

31.53

5

4-Mar-15 Time Laps

11-Mar-15 Time Laps

Wal Bembic Doug Boyd Matt Chapman Ian Temblett Mark Hope Kerry Hope Daniel Hope Claire Limpkin Gus

18-Mar-15 Time Laps 31.07 5 25.53 4

25-Mar-15 Time Laps

23.23 24.35 25.07 28.32 10.44 10.42 13.21

5 5 5 5 2 2 2

800m Hot Laps 4-Mar-15 Time Laps Vincent Markey Tristan Byrne Killian Byrne Sienna Hope Ronan Hope Mathis Limpkin Johan Limpkin Caleb Ricardo Micah Ricardo Josh Ricardo Isaac Luther Johnathon Luther Grace Luther Olivia Moss Cameron Moss

13.30 9.30

3 2

9.30 9.03 9.38

2 1 2 2

11-Mar-15 Time Laps 7.54 2 12.16 3 10.45 2

18-Mar-15 Time Laps 11.36 3 9.54

2

10.47 13.30 8.30 11.30

10.45

2.5

13.37 9.20

3 2

2.5 3 2 2

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25-Mar-15 Time Laps 4.29 5.30 8.48 10.14 4.29 5.40 12.49 12.50

1 1 2 2 1 1 3 3

Wednesday Walking Group We leave the Terrigal car park at 5:45am Duration about 1 hour Everyone is welcome

Attention First Friday Walkers! Our next walk will take place on Good Friday, April 3rd. Once again we are taking the opportunity of travelling to Sydney for our annual Easter walk. Please meet at the top of Gosford station near the ticket office at 7.30 am to catch the 7.50 am train to Sydney. As this excursion takes us away from the Central Coast, be prepared for an all-day outing. Bring your lunch & a snack, water, hat, sunscreen, perhaps a wet weather jacket. Our plan is to walk the Harbour Hike course starting at Kirribilli. Any further information please contact Lynn at [email protected]

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Sunday, 17 May 2015 More details about this event are available from the race website Terrigal Trotters is organising a bus to this event ($25pp). Bus Pick-Up Times are as follows 04:00am Pick-up at Wamberal Shopping Centre (Central Coast Hwy just before Pitt Rd) 04:10am Pick-up outside Terrigal Hotel (Terrigal Drive just past Havenview Rd) 04:25am

East Gosford (Central Coast Hwy just past Adelaide St)

04:35am Pick-up outside Spotlight, West Gosford (Central Coast Hwy just past Yallambee Ave) 04:45am Servo)

Kariong (Central Coast Hwy just past Kurringa Rd/Shell

The bus will leave Sydney at 1:00pm for the return trip to the Central Coast. Contact Mark Dunlop on 0466 824007 to book your seat on the bus or for more information if you need it. www.terrigaltrotters.com.au

Summit Sisters Bouddi Trail Event By Joann Litterick #760

Who are the Summit Sisters that Judy Murray talks about? Who are these Summit Sisters that I see at trail events in their pink or blue running shirts, always smiling and chatting away as they run? Well, I was about to find out. I signed up for their Bouddi Trail Event on March 8th. It was advertised as a beautiful trail, some relaxing yoga and a delicious meal awaiting YOU! A Summit Sisters trail event in the Bouddi National Park. The trail we will be exploring runs along the magnificent coastline starting from Putty Beach, and offers spectacular views across the water to Northern Sydney. You will run over sandstone plateaus with ancient rock formations, coastal scrub and to hidden beaches! We met at Putty Beach on a hazy but warm morning. Twenty women, including our hosts Jo and Gretel. Setting out for a one hour run or walk, we made our way to the rock lookout at Maitland Bay and return. This was not a race or timed event, it was about enjoying nature and the scenery, relaxing and getting in touch with ourselves. www.terrigaltrotters.com.au

Upon our return to Putty, a quick drink and a Carmen muesli bar, it was time for 40 mins of Yoga. Having never done this before I was a bit nervous about my ability to be able to complete it. I had no cause for concern, Jo directed us through the beginner class, which I found very relaxing and a nice way to stretch after the run. The best was yet to come. A beautifully presented and wonderfully healthy organic breakfast of Chia, Coconut and Berry pudding as well as organic tea or coffee followed. We sat together in fellowship as we ate, getting to know each other a little better. I thoroughly enjoyed the morning and look forward to meeting up again with some of my new "sisters", on a trail out there somewhere. www.summitsisters.com.au/

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6ft Track 14 March 2015 Pos

Trotter No

Time

Categ (Pos)

Gen (Pos)

AG Points

11

832

Mark LEE

3:38:51

30 to 39 (9)

M(10)

867.4

53

643

Stuart BAVERSTOCK

4:08:38

40 to 49 (17)

M(51)

794.6

82

871

Melissa ROBERTSON

4:19:54

30 to 39 (4)

F(6)

802.2

139

766

Adam KRANZ

4:33:33

30 to 39 (59)

M(131)

693.3

150

658

Mark DUNLOP

4:34:55

40 to 49 (54)

M(141)

712.7

157

690

Thomas ROBERTSON

4:36:08

20 to 29 (13)

M(146)

686.8

175

665

Ian TEMBLETT

4:39:34

50 to 59 (13)

M(161)

764.2

186

785

Mark HOPE

4:41:59

40 to 49 (62)

M(172)

694.9

189

529

Graham HARRINGTON

4:42:16

40 to 49 (64)

M(175)

730.5

195

773

Jason KIRKSMITH

4:43:25

40 to 49 (68)

M(181)

685.7

205

420

Mark TUCKER

4:45:08

40 to 49 (70)

M(190)

692.9

222

816

Katy MCCAIG

4:48:25

30 to 39 (10)

F(18)

737.8

225

573

Darren MCCLELLAN

4:49:32

40 to 49 (74)

M(205)

682.4

239

799

Denise MAGUIRE

4:51:26

40 to 49 (8)

F(23)

764.8

249

730

Levi MARTIN

4:52:55

30 to 39 (92)

M(224)

647.5

293

527

Jason FRENEY

5:00:09

40 to 49 (101)

M(262)

681.0

312

928

Neil PROSSER

5:03:19

50 to 59 (31)

M(277)

710.8

333

483

Graham RIDLEY

5:08:47

50 to 59 (38)

M(292)

704.6

335

912

John HEPWORTH

5:08:55

30 to 39 (117)

M(294)

613.9

340

590

Tina BAVERSTOCK

5:10:03

40 to 49 (19)

F(43)

763.6

396

713

Dave FOGG

5:17:45

50 to 59 (48)

M(343)

678.5

398

8600

Jean TIRAN

5:17:49

30 to 39 (135)

M(345)

596.7

404

846

Matthew DE VILLE

5:19:09

40 to 49 (136)

M(351)

635.0

407

8627

Bernhard FREISLER

5:19:17

40 to 49 (137)

M(352)

651.4

408

822

Luke MARTIN

5:19:31

40 to 49 (138)

M(353)

645.3

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431

505

Gregory BROWN

5:22:47

50 to 59 (53)

M(373)

686.7

452

638

Joseph ROLELLA

5:26:12

40 to 49 (155)

M(384)

605.7

460

838

Ciaran LYNCH

5:26:54

40 to 49 (158)

M(389)

594.5

468

910

Daniel PINK

5:27:30

30 to 39 (148)

M (396) 584.3

507

845

Kerry HOPE

5:33:42

40 to 49 (40)

F(88)

660.5

615

600

Kelli WARREN

5:48:39

40 to 49 (52)

F(119)

662.6

695

397

Joanne MCCARTHY

6:03:56

50 to 59 (11)

F(156)

712.8

754

8593

Thierry MASSA

6:18:52

50 to 59 (104)

M(581)

563.9

788

8590

Doug BOYD

6:29:06

40 to 49 (243)

M(604)

534.6

821

734

Michael MILES

6:40:37

40 to 49 (247)

M(623)

514.7

867

165

Susan INGHAM

7:06:58

60 to 69 (5)

F(214)

751.1

872

502

Heiko SCHAEFER

7:39:37

70 to 79 (2)

M(658)

599.6

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Six Foot Track Team Results Team Pos

Team Time

Team Name

RaceNo

Team Pos

9

19:09:49

Team Time

Terrigal Trotters

Team Name

27:23:32

Terrigal Trotters

Finish Time

660

Melissa ROBERTSON Katy MCCAIG

906

Denise MAGUIRE

04:51:26

540

Tina BAVERSTOCK

05:10:03

RaceNo

Name

263

Stuart BAVERSTOCK

392

Mark DUNLOP Thomas ROBERTSON Ian TEMBLETT

04:34:55

Mark HOPE Graham HARRINGTON

04:41:59

155 3

Name

279 260 566 462

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04:19:54 04:48:25

Finish Time 04:08:38

04:36:08 04:39:34

04:42:16

By Katy McCaig #816

When I signed up for 6ft track, I wasn't sure what to expect, but my running buddy Melissa Robertson, convinced me it would be fun. So training started mid-December giving me 12 weeks of solid preparation. My training schedule consisted of very early starts to accommodate my crazy running partner, and to juggle work and family commitments. Sunday mornings were long trail runs, Monday rest day, track sessions at Mingara on Tuesday, easy 10k or stair repeats Wednesdays, Thursday easy gym session, Friday hill repeats, Saturday easy pace trotters run. Race day came around quickly and started with a 5am knock at my door, but I was already awake. Got dressed ate my 90 second oats for brekky, then Mark Dunlop, Tom Robertson and I calmly walked to the starting line. It was great to see so many trotters there chatting and wishing each other good luck. I started in wave 3 with my other trail running buddy Jason Freney, we shot off the start line completing the single file, first kilometre in a blistering 16minutes. After a couple of kms the course opened up and we managed to pick up the pace and began overtaking people. By the time I reached the first check point at "Cox River" I was already 12 minutes off my goal pace. Keen to make up for lost time I dived into the river and swam across, then ran/walked the next section to Pluvi. I was confident from my weekly hill repeat training that I could run most of the hills and felt encouraged as I overtook a lot of people but had no idea if I had made up much time. (After the race I found out I had gone from 61st female at the first checkpoint to 26th at the second)

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I found everyone out on the course to be very friendly and encouraging and willing to move out of your way if you wanted to pass on the single file parts of the run. I saw so many trotters in their club singlets and felt so proud to be wearing mine, especially each time I overtook someone in a Sydney Striders shirt. The course is beautiful with a bit of everything, lots of hills up and down, open fire trails, rocky descents, and some shallow creeks. The run was well organised and there was heaps of well stocked aid stations, meaning you really didn't need to carry anything on the run. With 10km to go I caught up with the ever encouraging Graham Ridley, who was able to pass on some good advice, telling me "to go for it, don't hold anything back, the last part was all runnable" That was all I needed, and with a surge of adrenaline I picked up my pace as I headed for home. The last 3kms was all downhill rocky and a bit dangerous, but fun at the same time. As you start to hear the cow bells ringing and people cheering it lifts your spirits and helps you finish with a huge smile. I was happy with my finishing time of 4hrs 48 mins but not stoked, as I know I have more in me. I highly recommend this run to anyone interested in doing a trail race and I plan to do it again next year and hopefully finish with a faster time. www.terrigaltrotters.com.au

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Summer Run 11k Nelson Bay Suzy Woodbury and Sophie Lane

First Name

Last Name

Race No

Time

Category

Suzy

Woodbury

676

01:00:54

Overall

Cat Pos 3

F

Gen Pos 3

Rebecca

Smith

8610

01:04:35

40 - 49

2

F

5

Sophie

Lane

8515

01:09:41

16 - 17

1

F

9

Gen

Lawson Trail Run 16k Place

Male

11

10

16

Female

2

Net Time

Sex

First Name

Last Name

1:17:52

Male

GRAHAM

HARRINGTON

1:25:28

Female

DENISE

MAGUIRE

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CBR 100 Challenge Canberra By Oliver Warschkow On the trail of last weekend’s CBR 100 Challenge … this is early in the run, the morning sun had just come up, kangaroos were hopping about the place, and I still had some 90km in front of me. If there is one thing I have learned then it is that 100km is a loooooong way. It's a marathon, then another one, and then some. At times it felt like it would never end. Sections of 5km felt like 20km. There was always another turn, another climb, and another detour. All in all, it took me 23 1/2 hours to cover the distance; from 6am on Saturday to 5:30am on Sunday morning. Put that in context with the first-placed runner, who finished this in about 9 1/2 hours. Yep, I was pretty slow. Up to km 45, the going was good: I was walking the uphills and slow-jogging the flats and downhills as planned. Between 45 and 55 km it was mostly walking and much less jogging. From 55km onwards it was only walking, and the walking became quite slow in the steep and technical sections of Black Mountain (km 65-70) and Red Hill (around km 90). General exhaustion increasingly set in, my feet were in agony, and beyond about 65km the whole thing stopped being fun. I was never in doubt that I would finish the distance, but it took a considerable mental effort to keep going. Thankfully, the path was clearly marked along the way, and only at a few spots did I have to pull out the GPS and make sure that I was still on track. I can only imagine: getting off course, and having to backtrack would have been devastating. The conditions were nearly ideal with highs of 21 degrees during the day, and lows of 13 degrees during the night to Sunday not too hot and not too cold. Gear-wise, I was almost spot on. I had decided to take the larger hydration bladder of 2 litres, which was enough so that I had to refill only at the

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2nd (47km) and 3rd (77km) transition area checkpoint. The several unmanned water stops along the course were all a bit dodgy (in fact, one was missing outright), so I was glad not to have to rely on these. Hydration and nutrition during the run was good - no stomach issues or signs of dehydration. I also made a last-minute decision to pack the long-sleeved thermal top, which kept me comfortable during the night. Probably, the only thing to reconsider was my shoes. With hindsight, minimalist padding shoes may not have been the smartest choice, and my feet and ankles were letting me know it. I did not get a single blister though, so at least that has gone right. So would I do this again? I admit that prior to this weekend I did consider this event as an "easy" entry into the 100km distance, as preparation for more challenging courses such as the The Great North Walk 100s (GNW100s). As 100km events go, I would think, the CBR100 is comparatively straightforward, with at least half of the distance not on technical trails and a very generous cut-off time. That said, during the later stages of the event, thoughts to the effect of “do not ever do this again!” and “what insanity made me sign up for this?” became quite persistent, and I certainly now have a whole lot of new respect for the distance. The GNW 100k is all trail, and a relentless up-and-down, and it has a sharp cut-off at 22 hours. So with my 23 1/2 hours in Canberra it seems unlikely that I will be able to finish the GNW 100k in time, at least not in current form. There are probably a few things I can tweak (shoes to begin with) but I will also have to have a very hard think before entering the GNW. Probably not this year. Let’s see about next year ...

CBR100 Challenge 21 March 2015 100k Trotter # 573

Name

Time

Darren McClellan

11 hours 3 mins

898

Oliver Warschkow

23 hours 30 mins

54k Trotter # 759

Name

Time

Bruce Litterick

6 hours 30 mins

593

Steve Gray

7 hours 30 mins

715

Detta Unsworth(O'Dwyer)

8 hours 30 mins

Results are unofficial as this event did not provide timed results

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Flat Time Trial 28 March 2015 PLACE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

TROTTER # 8568 817 832 658 118 837 751 773 8629 637 267 911 265 785 529 871 854 922 816 8624 780 886 926 638 929 8630 813 858 676

NAME ANTHONY FARRUGIA CHRIS FUCHS MARK LEE MARK DUNLOP STEVE FIELD MELANIE Mc DONALD AL COOKE JASON KIRKSMITH BYRON TWILLEY MATT CHAPMAN WAYNE DALEY EZRA KEEBAUGH IAN TEMBLET MARK HOPE GRAHAM HARRINGTON MELISSA ROBERTSON ROCHELLE JILLETT NATHANAEL SHERGOLD KATY McCAIG JASON BURKE TROY KASTELAN WARRICK WHITMORE TREVOR BROOKS JOE ROLELLA AMANDA MARCHANT TOM JOSS GRAHAM LAWS JACKIE McRAE SUZY WOODBURY

TIME 0:35:55 0:36:46 0:37:34 0:38:59 0:38:59 0:39:00 0:39:18 0:39:26 0:39:42 0:39:54 0:40:28 0:41:13 0:41:35 0:41:42 0:42:02 0:42:06 0:42:41 0:43:03 0:43:19 0:43:25 0:43:31 0:43:52 0:44:21 0:44:30 0:45:13 0:45:13 0:45:20 0:45:31 0:45:38

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AG POINTS 791.2 733.9 734.7 734.1 762.7 803.8 702.3 720.6 681.8 728.5 804.0 661.9 709.8 686.3 712.9 723.7 711.4 623.7 712.2 618.8 667.9 612.1 703.5 647.9 671.2 603.4 677.2 666.8 679.3

30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57

643 173 846 266 8 607 43 799 930 877 459 675 505 845 258 759 869 897 593 352 8611 698 555 502 827 631 8631 8632

STUART BAVERSTOCK MIKE RANDELL MATT DE VILLE TARA WARREN STEVE HUGHES JEFF DICK KEVIN DEAN DENISE MAGUIRE TIM BARLING MICHAEL SMITH ELISSA GRIBBLE SIMONE HARVEY GREG BROWN KERRY HOPE ADRIAN SMITH BRUCE LITTERICK JOEL SMALL JOHN LOVE STEVE GRAY GRAHAM DAVIS ELISE CASHION TAMMY SHAFER LISA GIDLEY-KING HEIKO SCHAEFER ROD TAWYER WAYNE DOHERTY NAKEISHA HEMPSTEAD GARY HEMPSTEAD

0:46:05 0:46:07 0:46:13 0:46:19 0:46:23 0:46:37 0:46:46 0:46:51 0:47:44 0:47:53 0:48:07 0:49:05 0:49:11 0:49:16 0:49:17 0:49:33 0:49:33 0:49:53 0:51:34 0:52:05 0:52:41 0:53:38 0:54:25 0:55:25 1:00:11 1:02:15 1:04:07 1:04:07

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March 2015 Milestones

TOP L-R Graham Bundock #19 1000 runs – Wendy O’Shea #260 800 runs – Craig Gustard # 544 20runs

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TROTTERS TRAIL RUNS Trail runs along the Great North Walk. CONGEWAI TO CEDAR BRUSH (33KM) Sunday, 3 May 2015 Trotters will organise a bus to and from the runs which are only open to Trotters More information available at http://www.terrigaltrotters.com.au/Trail_Runs/Program.pdf

Sign up at Saturday morning Trotters OR Contact Dave Byrnes for further details

Photos courtesy of Terrigal Trotters website: Congewai to Cedar Brush 2012

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Photos courtesy of Graham Harrington, Rochelle Jillet,Trent Playford Tina Baverstock and Oliver Warschkow

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14 June 2015 The planning for the 2015 Bay to Bay Running Festival is well underway! Register NOW and get an early bird prices and an early start on your training for one of these great events: Event NBN Half Marathon Sea FM

12k Fun Run

Sea FM

Entrants must be over 16 years Adult Child

12k Fun Run

7-17years

Travelling Fit

7–12years

Children

Early bird

Entry Fee

Late Entry

Until 10/5/15 $66

Between 10/5/15 to 7/6/15 $77

After 7/6/15 $99

Until 10/5/15 $39

Between 10/5/15 to 7/6/15 $49 Until 10/6/15 $20 $5

After 7/6/15 $60

Kids 3k Run

The 2015 Bay to Bay will finish in the Central Coast Stadium!!!

Entries have opened https://www.registernow.com.au/secure/Register.aspx?E=15600 Follow us on FaceBook https://www.facebook.com/baytobayrunningfestival www.terrigaltrotters.com.au

The Bay to Bay Running Festival needs your help. It's Bay to Bay time again! This year the event takes place on Sunday 14th June 2015 and we need volunteers to make the day a success. People who have done lots of races know how important it is to have volunteers helping to make it a success. You don't have to necessarily help out on the day as there is work to be done on the days before the event. This is our chance as a club to make the run an even bigger triumph and to give something back to the community. So, if you think you can help call Jenny Barker on 0420 879270

YOUR RUNNING CLUB NEEDS

YOU to VOLUNTEER call jenny www.terrigaltrotters.com.au on 0420 879270

Trotters Trail Runs 2015 

Sunday, 3 May Congewai to Cedar Brush (33.3km – est 4:00hrs to 6:00hrs)



Sunday, 24 May Wakefield to Congewai (40.0km or 30.4km – est 4:45hrs to 8:00hrs)



Sunday, 5 July (TO BE CONFIRMED) Woolwich to Hornsby (36.7km or 23.2km – est 4:15hrs to 7:30hrs)



Sunday, 26 July Wisemans Ferry to Mogo (42.2km – est 3:30hrs to 6:30hrs)



Saturday, 15 August Yarramalong to Somersby Night Run (27.7km – est 3:00hrs to 5:30hrs)



Saturday, 18 October Girrakool to Patonga (24.5km – est 2:45hrs to 5:15hrs)



Sunday, 22 November (TO BE CONFIRMED) Hornsby to Brooklyn (40.7km or 27.2km – est 4:45hrs to 8:15hrs)

For more detailed bus pickup points and what gear to take please visit www.terrigaltrotters.com.au and click on the Trotters Trail Runs picture in the top right corner.

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