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6.13 % actually. 13 people! Mainly from Hanney, with Allison's top 10 placing the star performance. Congratulations to : Helen Peach, her 34:46 at Hanney was the 48th best 5 mile time for a British woman in October Marie-Anne Fischer, her 33:55 in the same race was 41st best Chris Dettmar, his 26:42 there was the 34th best time for a man Martin Gainsborough, his 26:32 there was 33rd best Steve Male, his 26:08 there was 28th best Steve Kimber, his 26:01 there was 23rd best Tracy Galbraith, her 36:33 at Blenheim was the 20th best 10K time by a British woman John Lisiewicz, his 25:52 at Hanney was 18th best 5 mile time by a British man in October Jo Choulerton, her 31:01 there was 15th best time for a woman Richard Bromley, his 25:36 there was 15th best time for a man Jude Craft, her 78:29 at Stroud was the 13th best half-marathon time for a British woman in October Gary Harris, his 25:27 at Hanney was was the 11th best 5 mile time for a man and finally Allison Hirst, her 29:16 at Hanney was sixth best 5 mile time for a British woman in October. Jude Craft's 58:30 at Maidenhead remains the 15th best time for 10 miles by a British woman in all of 2002. All data from the November 'British Runner'. Apologies to anyone I missed . . .
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