|2013 Malcolm Phillips Age Graded 5km Run|
|The 7th Malcolm Phillips Annual Memorial Run took place on 11 May 2013 on Bowen Road. The 5km race was won by Angela Leung in the ladies and Phil Booth in the mens, both winners had close wins which are calculated by age grading the times. This is a small race to remember our great friend and competitor Malcolm Phillips, it was good to see some old friends out on the course and as helpers. |
Thankyou to all runners and helpers on the day.
2013 Malcolm Phillips Age Graded 5km Run.pdf
Click here to go to event page.
|Round the Island Time Trial 2013|
|Many thanks to everyone involved in 2013 RTI, huge thanks to Race organiser Dave Smith for co ordinating all the RTI arrangements. Our super check point helpers, start and finish team, the participants, police and supporters. The day went off very smoothly, the start finish was vacated in day light and all runners accounted for.|
The ladies stole the show in the True Grit and Whimps with Kami Semick in a class of her own winning the LV2 but also the overall ladies winner in 5.46, only 3 mins off the mens overall winner Olya and Rachel set a new ladies Whimps record of 5.33.
Mens highlights were Tsang Chun kit fastest man in 5.43.
Final results with splits out now on event page.
Those who have not collected medal certificate or t shirt these will be at the Malcolm Phillips 5km on Saturday 11 may at Bowen Road between 3.30 and 5.30 pm.
Picture Galen Jones at Peel Rise with helpers Denise and Angelita
More info, results, click here to go to the event page.
|2013 AVOHK 5km Series|
|Dates for your diaries:|
Race 1 24 August Bowen Road
Race 2 7 September Tai Tam Tuk
Race 3 21 September Wanchai Gap
Race 4 12 October South Bay
All races start at 08:00, entry will be online and open soon. enquiries to Race Director freemanavohk @ gmail. com
|China Coast Marathon and Half Marathon 2013|
|Congratulations to Peggy Chan Pui Shan, 3:21:02 and Wun Yiu Cheong 2:44:47 who won the ladies and mens China Coast Full Marathon. Claire Chapman 1:29:46 and Tan Man Wai 1:18:36 won the ladies and mens respective half marathons. Peggy has won the full marathon a record four times. AVOHK member prizes went to Richard Hall and Ming Chen in the full and Juergen Schuster and Catherine Leonard in the half. There were 613 finishers in the full marathon and 1265 in the half. |
Many thanks to all the helpers on the day, a team of volunteers made up from AVOHK, HKLRRC, Thaiquain, Sahn Hang Tai Bo , runners and friends. The HKAC provided invaluable assistance before and after the day including taking deliveries, on course transport, staffing the water stations and clearing up.
Results and more event details here.