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Weekend review: October 10 & 11, 2015

by Editor
Monday 12th October 2015

Saturday, October 10, 2015

9BAR9x9 Trail Running Festival

9BAR9x9 Trail Running Festival

Good weather made for a cracking day of running on Saturday at the inaugural 9BAR9x9 Trail Running Festival (www.9BAR9x9.com) , organised by XNRG, at Loseley Park House, near Guildford.

The 9km off road lap course was set within the grounds and farmland of the Loseley Park Estate, and provided a challenge to the 347 entrants that included fields, footpaths and woodland trails, and four hills with a total climb of 200 metres – although finishers swore that the hills got bigger on every lap!

Dry weather in the week leading up to the event meant that conditions underfoot were perfect for trail running – both for the experienced and the many runners present who were new to trail running.

There were four distances to choose from - as a solo runner or as a relay team of two or three – 27km (half ultra); 45km (marathon); 54km (ultra) and 81km (super ultra) and the runners were set off over 4 starts on a longest race first basis.

There was huge variety amongst the runners, from experienced trail runners who ran hard throughout their distance, to novices who were setting themselves a new challenge in a new environment and those who just love being out in the open air and enjoying a trail run with friends in a stunning location.

Some impressive times were recorded by the fastest runners, but also some great achievements by those finishing at the other end of the results sheet, who just kept slogging away into the darkness and wouldn’t give up. Well done to all who took part!

9BAR9x9 Trail Running Festival

27km Results

1st male  David Meacock 1hr 49 min
1st female Laura Allen 2hr 24 min
1st relay team Team Burnie 2hr 34 min


45km Results

1st male   Paul Brackett    4hr 17 min
1st female Victoria Mousley  4hr 20 min
1st relay team Lost Soles 1 4hrs 23 min


54km Results

1st male  Scott Forbes 4hr 10 min
1st female Lucia Tregellis  5hr 59 min
1st relay team Craft UK   4hr 18 min


81km Results

1st male  Ryan Brown 6hr 55 min
1st female Karen Hathaway 8hr 01 min
1st relay team Team Badger 7hr 03 min


Click here for full results



Yeovil Montacute parkrun

Yeovil Montacute parkrun

Photos: Tom Priest and the Biss boys lead the way

It was another autumnal morning at Montacute House, but whilst there was a bit of a haze, the thick mist of the last two weeks was nowhere to be seen – which meant that all 245 runners could be seen right the way up the Avenue this week!

The newest members of the 50 Club, Ray Byrd, Michelle O’Connell amd Roxanne Pratt, all reached that milestone this week; with another load reaching 50 next week and coming up will be Jan Pollard making the 100 mark (of the 98 runs at Yeovil Montacute parkrun, Jan has done 89!). Anyone got a spare centurion outfit we can make her wear on the way round?!

Following the recent Agatha Christie week, the front runners survived the murder of crows flying about at the top of the Avenue, and Mike Biss and Tom Priest were pulling away from the rest of the field at halfway, Mike going on to finish first over the line in 17m50, the fourth time in 36 appearances he’s achieved that feat, with Tom finishing second in 18m02. Thomas Hole of Yeovil Olympiads finished third in a time of 18m41. Geoff Cole was helped round to 14th place by first dog, Buddy!

There’s an early leader in the Men's annual points competition as Miles Caswell stands on 562 points ahead of Michael Parrott (536 points) and Paul Thomas (473 points).

In the female placings, Matilda Woodard returned to Montacute and she had a strong second half to finish first lady in a time of 21m33 as she overtook second placed Holly Bigger (21m37) in the race for 24th and 25th places overall, Nicola Miller ran a PB to finish as third lady and a time of 22m14.

In the Women's annual points competition 2014 points winner Lesley Matthews leads the way with 467 points in a tight competition with Ruby Rowe (459) and Nicola Hayes (456). Helping on the day were 24 volunteers – amongst them parkrun tourist Peter Samuelson, who was completing his 285th parkrun (imagine that – it’s like running a parkrun every week for five and a half years!) with a time of 30m33, but not before turning up early and helping with the course setting up!

Of the other tourists, Rob Harrison was down from Milton Keynes and finished in fourth place overall and a time of 18m58, Ben Hall was here from Roundhay parkrun in Leeds and James Stott was representing the Tuff Fitty Triathlon Club.

There were some returning tourists – Nick Tebbutt was at the event for a third time on his 44th parkrun, and Stephen Wade was also a third time Montacuter on his 82nd parkrun. Ed Jackson got a PB on his 10th run at Montacute (out of 70 parkruns in total), and Seana O’Rodaigh is used to running round Ardgillan Castle in Ireland – so hope Montacute didn’t seem too bad in comparison!

We  hope that the Tooth Fairy makes a visit to Tom Latimer – who recorded in the Visitor Book that he lost a tooth on the way round!

That’s run 98 completed at Montacute – next week is therefore 99, but make that 007, as the Report will be themed to coincide with the new James Bond film coming out, and Saturday 24th October will be Run 100 – and the “Reverse Run” round the course!

Yeovil Montacute parkrun

Photos (clockwise from right): murder on the Avenue - mind those crows! Autumn colours comes to Montacute. Second lady Holly Bigger chases Rod Appleby

Men's results

1 Michael BISS Wells City Harriers 17:50
2 Thomas PRIEST Crewkerne RC 18:02
3 Thomas HOLE Yeovil Olympiads AC 18:41


Women's results

1 Matilda WOODARD   21:33
2 Holly BIGGER Langport Runners 21:37
3 Nicola MILLER   22:14


Full results and a complete event history can be found on the www.parkrun.org.uk/yeovilmontacute/results/weeklyresults/



Sunday, October 11, 2015

Chichester Half Marathon

Chichester Half Marathon

Men's results

1 James Baker Chichester Runners & AC 01:11:55
2 Peter Concannon Chichester Runners & AC 01:18:28
3 Graham Russ Unattached 01:20:08


Women's results

1 Cassie Thorp Unattached 01:29:52
2 Anne Sydenham Chichester Runners & AC 01:33:25
3 Naomi Wyatt Reigate Priory Athletic Club 01:37:18


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Garmin Kingston Run Challenge

Garmin Kingston Run Challenge - Sunday, October 11, 2015

Dry and pleasant weather greeted 1,400 runners as they arrived for the 2015 Garmin Kingston Run Challenge on Sunday. This ever popular end of season event has been held annually for 26 years and shows no signs of losing its appeal. The traditional 8 and 16 mile distances were on offer, but this year also saw the return of a marathon option after a number of years on hiatus.

Part of the Garmin Kingston Run Challenge’s perennial appeal is its fast and flat route along the river that offers big PB potential. As the runners assembled on the High Street for the 8am marathon start it was obvious that many were after that record time as a plethora of Garmin watches bleeped into action and large groups surrounded the fastest pacers. As the horn sounded to signal the official start roughly 300 of those attempting 26.2 miles tore round the first bend and headed through central Kingston.

At 8:30 it was time for everybody else to get going with a thousand 8 and 16 mile runners gathering at the start line. They were treated to a good luck speech from Roy Arora, the Mayor of Kingston, who then set them on their way.

Many of the runners were taking part to support the Kingston Hospital Charity who were raising funds for their dementia appeal. The local cause had plenty of volunteers on hand to cheer on their participants who were wearing distinctive t-shirts, with roars of support whenever somebody went past.

As is traditional the route went over Kingston Bridge and then followed the River Thames path down to Hampton Court. After crossing another bridge there it was a stretch down to the Scilly Isles near Esher, where runners could collect refreshments and ZipVit Sport energy gels. After a section through Thames Ditton it’s time to re-join the riverside which leads all the way back to the Ancient Market Square in Kingston. In total that’s an 8 mile loop, with 2 laps for the 16 and a slightly extended 3 laps for those attempting a marathon.

Simon Tack was the first finisher over the line on the day. Simon finished the 8 mile course in 49:13, an almost perfect 6 minute per mile pace. Mark Palser was a close second, with Graham Quick living up to his name in third.

The first female finisher was Gabriel Carnwath in a fantastic 52:39, Annie Emmerson was a couple of minutes behind her in second just ahead of Cat Doyle.

The first 16 mile finisher was Stuart Macdougall who raced across the line in 1:38:15, just 12 seconds ahead of second place Johnny Suttle. Completing the male podium was Jim Lurkins who had an impressive average speed of 9.61 miles per hour. Rebecca Hair won the female 16 mile with a time of 1:53:51, five minutes ahead of Sarah Winstone. Lena Thompson was in third, coming over the line in just over 2 hours.

The finale of the day was the Garmin Kingston Marathon, with crowds of supportive friends and family gathered in the Ancient Market Square eagerly awaiting the runners return. A roar could be heard from down the road which signalled the first person was on their way, and it was Daniel Robinson who stormed home to cross the line and win the marathon. Daniel from Birmingham completed 26.2 miles in a hugely impressive time of 2:42:47. Ben Broyd (2:49:39) was second place on the day, with Michael Whyte (2:57:01) third back.

The female marathon winner was Yasmeen Hussain who averaged seven minute miles the whole way round to finish in a time of 3:04:31 and take the title. Samantha Rose (3:19:34) was second with Sophie Slaney (3:28:12) completing the top three.

Over the next couple of hours runners continued to complete the challenge and were met by cheering crowds and rewarded with a bespoke medal. Plenty of smiling faces could be seen, and many a PB was smashed.

The event will return in 2016, but next up for Kingston-Upon-Thames it’s the Lidl Kingston Breakfast Run on Sunday 3 April.

Men's 26.2 mile results

1 Daniel Robinson Birmingham Running and Triathlon Club 2:42:50
2 Ben Broyd Unattached 2:49:44
3 Michael Whyte Brighton Phoenix Tri 2:57:05


Women's 26.2 mile results

1 Yasmeen Hussain Unattached 3:04:37
2 Samantha Rose Birmingham Running and Triathlon Club 3:19:38
3 Sophie Slaney Unattached 3:28:20


Men's 16 mile results

1 Stuart Macdougall Unattached 1:38:21
2 Johnny Suttle Queens Park Harriers 1:38:33
3 Jim Lurkins Stragglers 1:39:54


Women's 16 mile results

1 Rebecca Hair Birmingham Running and Triathlon Club 1:54:39
2 Sarah Winstone Unattached 2:00:02
3 Lena Thompson Unattached 2:02:43


Men's 8.2 mile results

1 Simon Tack Viceroys Triathlon Club 49:20
2 Mark Palser Milton Keynes AC 49:57
3 Graham Quick Kingfisher Triathletes 51:45


Women's 8.2 mile results

1 Gabriel Carnwath Clapham Chasers RC 52:39
2 Annie Emmerson Unattached 54:57
3 Cat Doyle Unattached 55:18


Click here for full results



Gold Hill 10k Race

Gold Hill 10k Race

Perfect running conditions greeted a small gathering of runners who came to tackle the tough and hilly 10k course.

The winner was Harvey Sanders in a time of 00:39:24. Second was Ian Luke of Poole Runners in 00:39:34 and Lee Dempster of Lytchett Manor Striders was third in 00:39:54. First Male Vet was Duncan Ward Dorset Doddlers in a time of 00:40:14.

First woman was Roanna Vickers in a time of 00:44:25 and second female was Lerryn Chaffey of Dorset Doddlers in 00:47:51. Lynn Hutchins of Wimborne AC was the third woman and first Female Vet in 00:49:31.

Dorset Doddlers were winning men's team with Duncan Ward, Nick Berry, Daniel Simmons and Nick Brooke. The club also fielded the first female team with Lerryn Chaffey, Lynda Faulkner, Jane Ward and Jen Barker.

Men's results

1 Harvey Sanders Unattached 00:39:24
2 Ian Luke Poole Runners 00:39:34
3 Lee Dempster Lytchett Manor Striders 00:39:54


Women's results

1 Roanna Vickers Unattached 00:44:25
2 Lerryn Chaffey Dorset Doddlers 00:47:51
3 Lynn Hutchins Wimborne AC 00:49:31


Click here for full results



Plusnet Yorkshire Marathon & Plusnet Yorkshire 10 Mile

Plusnet Yorkshire Marathon & Plusnet Yorkshire 10 Mile - Sunday, October 11, 2015

Photos © Simon Dewhurst

Thousands of runners hit the historic streets of York today for the third running of the Plusnet Yorkshire Marathon. Crowds of enthusiastic spectators helped create a fantastic atmosphere as they cheered the runners around the scenic course.

Waved off by a start party that included teacher Matthew Burton from Channel 4’s Educating Yorkshire and BBC Look North’s Harry Gration, the field set off from the University of York, made its way into the city centre passing landmarks including the Minster and then headed out to Stamford Bridge before returning to the University.

First across the finish line was Edwin Korir in a time of 2:15:06. It was the second victory in three years for the Kenyan, although he failed to topple his course record of 2:13:31 set in the marathon’s inaugural year in 2013. Nathan Kilcourse clocked 2:24:35 to come in second and Jackson Biwott was third in 2:31:01.

First woman home was Joasia Zakrzewski in 2:48:48, followed by Rose Nicholson in 2:49:53 with Tori Green taking third place in 2:50:32. First male wheelchair athlete to finish was Bret Crossley in a time of 1:48:30.

Entrants were aged between 18 and 77 and came from across the UK and abroad, cementing the sell-out Plusnet Yorkshire Marathon’s reputation as a key event on the county’s sporting calendar.

This year they were joined by around 2,000 runners taking part in the first Plusnet Yorkshire 10 Mile run. Starting just after the marathon, it provided participants with an opportunity to experience the excitement, colour, enthusiastic crowds and vibrant atmosphere of marathon race day while tackling a more manageable 10 miles.

The race was won by Mike Burrett in a time of 53:54. Joe Sagar crossed the line in 55:22 to take second place and Joshua Schofield finished third in 57:24. First woman was Roslyn Holmes who finished in 1:04:02 ahead of second-placed Sue Phillips who clocked 1:07:07, with Michelle Dorrington third in 1:07:30.

Plusnet Yorkshire Marathon & Plusnet Yorkshire 10 Mile - Sunday, October 11, 2015

Photos © Simon Dewhurst

A record 120 teams entered the Northern Gas Networks Yorkshire Marathon Corporate Relay, in which companies, sports clubs, groups of friends and other organisations competed for the title of “fastest firm in the race.”

The majority of runners tackled the 26.2 miles to raise money for one of the event’s partner charities – Jane Tomlinson Appeal, Martin House Children’s Hospice, Candlelighters, St Leonard’s Hospice, CLIC Sargent, Yorkshire Cancer Research, Macmillan Cancer Support, The Haven, Sue Ryder and Parkinson’s UK – or a good cause of their own choice.

Runners will be able to re-live their marathon experience when Channel 4 broadcasts a programme about the event on Sunday 25th October.

Next year’s Plusnet Yorkshire Marathon takes place on Sunday October 9th and to be in with the best possible chance of securing a place join the priority pre-sale list which is now open.

Go to www.theyorkshiremarathon.com for full details and to register

Plusnet Yorkshire Marathon & Plusnet Yorkshire 10 Mile - Sunday, October 11, 2015

Photos © Simon Dewhurst

Men's marathon results

1 Edwin Korir 2:15:06
2 Nathan Kilcourse 2:24:35
3 Jackson Biwott 2:31:01


Women's marathon results

1 Joasia Zakrzewski 2:48:48
2 Rose Nicholson 2:49:53
3 Tori Green 2:50:32


Click here for full results


Men's 10 mile results

1 Mike Burrett 53:54
2 Joe Sagar 55:22
3 Joshua Schofield 57:24


Women's 10 mile results

1 Roslyn Holmes 1:04:02
2 Sue Phillips 1:07:07
3 Michelle Dorrington 1:07:30


Click here for full results



Second Sunday 5

The Second Sunday race is a low key, five miler on Wimbledon Common, running every second Sunday of every month at 9.30am.

Men's results

1 Nick McKay 31:37
2 Petter Johnsen 31:57
3 Andy Masters 32:44


Women's results

1 Vikki Filsell 37:22
2 Agi Tagara 42:32
3 Nichola Atkins 45:42


Click here for full results in due course



Studland Stamdpede

Studland Stamdpede

With the Studland Stampede selling out in May this year, there was a huge amount of people transferring numbers desperate to get a last minute place in this years event.

423 runners crossed the finish line and with approximately 30 volunteers helping to make the day run smoothly there were high spirits and a fantastic atmosphere.

The morning was chilly and the strong Easterly wind was driving the sea up onto the beach. Luckily for the runners the wind was coming side on, so did not hold them back too much on the long slog along the beach to the finish.

After a tough sandy fight, the runners were rewarded with a brilliant Goodie Bag consisting of delicious National Trust Jam, a scrumptious Dorset Flapjacks’ bar and a tub of award winning Purbeck Ice Cream. Some lucky people even walked away with amazing spot prizes from Cotswold Outdoor, Water-to-go, and Jurassic Spring Water.

The winners carried away their Cotswold Prize vouchers, Piddle Cider from our local Piddle Brewery, and their very own piece of Purbeck Stone as a trophy.

Studland Stamdpede

Men's results

1 Andrew Ridley Poole AC 00:46:56
2 Clive Kennedy-Burn Alnwick Harriers 00:47:10
3 Scott Parfitt Lytchett Manor Striders 00:47:29


Women's results

1 Heidi Tregenza Bournemouth AC 00:54:54
2 Christina Squire Unattached 00:56:10
3 Charlotte Halford Purbeck Runners 00:57:54


Click here for full results



Tamworth 10k

The 5th annual TCR FM TAMWORTH 10km was won by Stephen Long of Notts AC in 34:33 and in an exciting finish second place Simon Birch of Hinckley Running Club was close behind in 34:39 with Neil O’Hanlon just behind in third in 34:45.

A record field for the newly designed Tamworth 10k route of nearly 500 enjoyed the warm early autumn sunshine and were entertained by the outside broadcast from TCR FM and the presence of GB international 400m hurdler Meghan Beesley, who started the race and was on hand to present the trophies and medals.

First woman home was Rachel Langbein of Taunton AC in 39:13 with Elizabeth Watters of Birchfield Harriers second in 44:08 and in third place Laura Roberts in 46:10.

Tamworth 10k

Photos: Race winners Rachel Langbein and Stephen Long with Meghan Beesley

Men's results

1 Stephen Long Notts AC 00:34:28
2 Simon Birch Hinckley Running Club 00:34:33
3 Neil Olhanlon Unattached 00:34:40


Women's results

1 Rachel Langbein Taunton AC 00:39:08
2 Elizabeth Watters Birchfield Harriers 00:44:02
3 Laura Roberts NoClub 00:45:32


Click here for full results



The Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon

The Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon - Sunday, October 11, 2015

Photo © Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon/ rbcreate

London played host to The Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon which saw 16,000 runners complete a scenic 13.1 mile race through four of London’s eight Royal Parks and past the capital’s most iconic landmarks.

Former Olympic Swimming Champion Rebecca Adlington sounded the starter horn for the race, which takes runners past world-famous landmarks including Buckingham Palace, the London Eye, Houses of Parliament, the Royal Albert Hall, and through Hyde Park, The Green Park, St James’s Park and Kensington Gardens.

The race is the only half marathon to go through the streets and green spaces of central London making it one of the most iconic and scenic half marathons in any city in the world. 2015 also saw the introduction of a new route which encompasses additional renowned London locations including Whitehall, The Strand and Trafalgar Square.  

The Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon - Sunday, October 11, 2015

The Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon annual fundraising event not only benefits the Royal Parks Foundation which funds sport, education, art, heritage restoration and wildlife conservation projects across London’s eight Royal Parks, it also supports other charities big and small. This year’s event is expected to raise £4million for the 333 charities taking part.

Royal Parks Foundation supporters and race ambassadors Charlie Webster and BBC presenter Sophie Raworth ran for Team Squirrel, the charity’s 300-strong running team which is hoping to raise £60,000 for activities in the Royal Parks, including an education programme for young people at their Education Centre in Hyde Park.

Coming in at a time of 1 hr 47 minutes 42 seconds, Sophie said: “There’s a great crowd as always; every year it gets bigger and better. The race was perfect preparation for the New York marathon later this year.”

Charlie, coming in at 2 hrs 1 minute 1 second, added: “It’s one of the most beautiful half marathons that you can do. As I’m from London and it’s on my own stomping ground, there’s a real family feel to it and the atmosphere is great. It’s the second time I’ve completed the race, so I’m delighted to complete the race again.” 

The Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon - Sunday, October 11, 2015

Other celebrity runners included BBC Radio2 DJ Jo Whiley, BBC Presenter Emily Maitlis, Fat Boy Slim DJ Norman Cook, and TV Presenter Jenni Falconer.

The winning runner Russ Best, from North Yorkshire, made it around the course in a time of 1 hr 9 minutes 39 seconds, and said: “I wanted to have a solid run and after a mile I saw that I was slower than I wanted and capable of so I took it on from there. It’s my first time doing Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon. The course is challenging in the right areas and pretty fast. It takes in the cool London landmarks – great fun.”

The fastest female runner was Gaby Van Clarke, from London, running on behalf of Great Ormond Street, who covered the distance in 1 hr 21 minutes 53 seconds, said: “I can’t believe I won; I’ve never run a half marathon so quick in my life. I had twins last year & this is incredible.”

For more information about the Half Marathon please go: royalparkshalf.com

The Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon - Sunday, October 11, 2015

Men's results

1 Russ Best 1:09:37
2 Pascal Mark 1:11:06
3 Belal Ahmed 1:13:07


Women's results

1 Gaby Van Clarke 1:21:53
2 Lyndsay Morrison 1:22:22
3 Entrant Number 8072 1:22:24


Click here for full results



Westbury Lions 10k Run

The 4th annual Westbury Lions 10k Run at White Horse Country Park, Westbury, Wiltshire was very successful with a field of 124 participants attending from as far as Bath and Swindon.

The course is proving popular with beginners and experienced runners alike.  Being generally level but mixed terrain, participants run along a track at the foot of the iconic Westbury White Horse to nearby Bratton village, then looping around towards Westbury along a quiet country road before a short stretch across country again to the Country Park.

100% of funds raised at this event are used to support charities and individuals in need in Westbury and surrounding villages.

Westbury Lions 10k Run

Photo: The winners, and fatstest veterans alongside Westbury Lions Club Vice President, Lion Phil Harris

Men's results



Women's results



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Vitality Oxford Half Marathon

Vitality Oxford Half Marathon - Sunday 11th October 2015

Perfect weather conditions helped light up Oxford in all its glory this morning, as a staggering 6,156 runners took to the start line of the Vitality Oxford Half Marathon, as Bedford & Country runner Steve Naylor raced home to secure victory with a time of one hour ten minutes and twenty four seconds.  

The new look Oxford city route for the 2015 calendar saw David Bruce from Oxford City Athletic Club taking second in one hour ten minutes and thirty four seconds, followed by Oliver Langford in one hour ten minutes and forty seconds.

Best women's performances were by winner Fabienne Amrhein in one hour fifteen minutes and fifty three seconds, taking second Rebecca Hilland finishing in one hour fifteen and fifty five seconds, and in third Sophie Carter from Belgrave Harriers taking third with one hour twenty minutes and five seconds.

The event is the latest instalment in the Vitality Run Series, and allowed runners to experience two of the areas most loved sites from a very unique and historical perspective! Jamie Warren, Head of Marketing & Commercial at GO2, said: "We are extremely pleased with the performances put on by our runners, supporters and partners at today’s event, who all contributed to the electric atmosphere felt in the heart of the city and out on course!”

Speaking for Vitality, title sponsors of the Run Series, Neville Koopowitz, CEO of Vitality, commented: “We were delighted to see so many runners take part in today’s Vitality Oxford Half Marathon and congratulations to Steve and Fabienne. It was a superb turnout and we look forward to our next event – Vitality WestRun London 10k on November 15th.”

If you feel inspired by the spirit of today’s Vitality Oxford Half Marathon, pre-registration is now open for the 2016 race at www.oxfordhalf.co.uk.  

Men's results

1 Steve Naylor Bedford & County 01:10:24
2 David Bruce Oxford City Athletic Club 01:10:35
3 Oliver Langford Unattached 01:10:41


Women's results

1 Fabienne Amrhein Engelhorn Sports Team 01:15:55
2 Rebecca Hilland Team Bath AC 01:15:57
3 Sophie Carter Belgrave Harriers 01:20:07


Click here for full results


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