Fall road racing resumes with Stoby, Mays winning

Fall road racing began in Carrot Bay with Saturday's Ceres Juices 10K Series race #3. PHOTO: Dean "The Sportsman" Greenaway

Fall road racing began in Carrot Bay with Saturday’s Ceres Juices 10K Series race #3. Photo: Dean “The Sportsman” Greenaway

Ahead of the 21st College Classic Series opener on Sept 17, fall road racing on Tortola resumed with Saturday’s Ceres Juices 10K Series in Carrot Bay, where Reuben Stoby and Maria Mays were the respective male and female winners.

Stoby covered the rain affected course from Carrot Bay to Smugglers Cove and return in 42 minutes and 26 seconds, after overhauling Guy Williamson who finished in 42.29.

“I didn’t let up on my training during the summer, I continued to do a lot of long runs in the morning so I was feeling very good, but once I notice the wet conditions, I didn’t really worry about a fast time and just tried to take the win,” Stoby explained. “Guy was leading throughout the race. I tried to make some surges but he wouldn’t let me pass. I let him continue and was able to pass him on Long Bay Hill. I wanted to finish a little faster-I didn’t-so I was trying to finish in good form.”

Williamson went out quicker than he usually does and said it was because he took a break from running over the summer.
“But, I really enjoyed the course,” he said. “Its the first race I did when I arrived three years ago and I remember Reuben kindly letting me win that one,” he recalled. “It’s a beautiful course and we had nice conditions for a nice cool race compared to the weather during the rest of the week and it was good to give Reuben a bit of a challenge at the end.”

Women’s Division winner, Maria Mays didn’t have a particular goal in mind for her race. “I nearly stayed in bed because of the weather so I just came out and thought it would be nice to run,” she said. “We just set off and Kat (Katrina Crumpler) and Melissa (Brunner) were with me, which is always nice to have company then the competitive streak kicked in and I thought I could go so I did.”

The course which included two major climbs in and out of Long Bay was hard though, Mays said. “Zebalon (McLean) and Kat were right behind me and I thought they were going to catch me,” she reflected. “I didn’t ease off until the last corner and I knew they weren’t immediately behind me, but, it was a lovely race.”

The next race is scheduled for Beef Island on Oct 8.

Final Results.

Men: 1. Reuben Stoby, 42 minutes and 26 seconds. 2. Guy Williamson, 42:29.  3. Zebalon Mclean, 47:27.  4. Guyp Dubois, 48:14. 5. Ben Mays, 53:22.  6. Adrian Dale, 54:45.  7. Dennis Versoza, 56:55.  8. Claudius Rhymer, 59:01.  9. Sergio Dantas, 1:00:01.  10. Rauiri Bourke, 1:02:36.  11. Dennis Delacruz, 1:03:36.  12. Howard Moore, 1:08:47.

Women: 1. Maria Mays,45:06. 2. Katrina Crumpler, 47:37. 3. Melissa Brunner, 49:26.  4. Katrina Lindsay, 52:36.  5. Melisande Rowe, 54:59.  6. Rosmond Johnson, 55:05. 7. Juliane Potgieter, 55:43. 8. Sarah Hayes, 55:44. 9. Karen Fraser, 55:51. 10.  Saungie Liburd, 58:30. 11. Debbie Bell, 58:31.  12. Patricia Snoei, 1:00:10.  13. Rachael Mayo-Smith, 1:01:27.  14. Karrina Stead, 1:02:12.  15.=  Kay Reddy, Anna Kinkead, 1:05:36. 17. Simpa Ganadillo, 1:12:28.  18. Mary Macayanan, 1:13:58.  19. Brenda Pickering, 1:14:30.  20. Nedy Ador Dionicio, 1:15:01.  21. Rovelyn Dimaala, 1:18:26.   22. Christane Matos, 1:18:52.  23. Clair Burke, 1:20:30.  24. Cayley Smit

Walkers:1. Shirley Liburd  2= Sophie Bennett, Sylvie Hune, Guy Hune.

Farley Upsets Stoby In Ceres Juices 10k Series Opener

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Julius Farley breaks the tape in winning the Ceres Juices 10K Series opener. PHOTO: Dean "The Sportsman" Greenaway

Julius Farley breaks the tape in winning the Ceres Juices 10K Series opener. Photo: Dean “The Sportsman” Greenaway

When he entered the A. O. Shirley Grounds after a see saw battle through the streets of Road Town, Julius Farley kept looking back, just incase he had to dig a little deeper. It wasn’t necessary as he had created enough separation between himself and challenger Reuben Stoby, to break the tape in Saturday’s Ceres Juices 10K Series Opener in 39 minutes and 24 seconds-much to his surprise-for his first victory of the season over his rival, who had been dominating the road racing scene.

“I just tried to run my race and ended up squeezing out a victory so I just want to give thanks to the creator for giving me the strength and the endurance that I could have been able to push on through,” said Farley who began challenging Stoby one mile into the 6.2 miles race. “I saw that he made several attempts (to break away) but I just managed to pick it up when I saw him coming, so I was able to make it through.”

Stoby congratulated Farley on running a steady race. “He ran a very good race and was steady in his pace and 39, I think this is the first time anyone has run under 40 on this course-it’s a tough course bearing in mind the heat at well,” said Stoby who finished in 39:38. “I have to give it to him. He came out very strong today. I tried to keep up hoping to hold on to the finish waiting to see what I had in the legs for a kick, but it didn’t happen. I wasn’t feeling so strong so I allowed him to set the pace and he went a little faster than I anticipated, so congratulations to Julius.”

Maria Mays won the women’s division in 45:41. “It’s the first 10K race I’ve done in ages so I’m delighted to be running it again and even more delighted to have won it,” Mays said. “I was really pleased with the Virgin Gorda 10Ks -I won both of those- and the Half Marathon, so I know that I was on reasonable form. But, you just never know.”

Final results
1. Julius Farley, 39 minutes and 24 seconds.  2. Reuben Stoby, 39:38. 3. Guy Williamson, 43:33.  4. Adrian Dale, 46:46.  5. Zebalon Mclean, 47:18.  6. Dan Mitchell, 47:35.  7. Guyp Dubois, 48:39.  8. Shane Donovan, 49:41.  9. Owen Walker, 51:41. 10. Charles Kerins, 52:33. 11. Aaron Gardner, 52:52.  12. Dennis Versoza, 53:55. 13. Simen Malmin, 54:29. 14. James Drury, 54:32.  15. William Hare, 55:48.  16. Claudius Rhymer, 56:12.  17. Gary Salter,57:28. 18. Sergio Dantas, 58:06. 19. Ruairi Bourke, 59:44. 20. Gabriel Obregon, 1:00:58.  21. Dennis Delacruz, 1:01:20.  22. Laurent Keeble-Buckle, 1:03:05. 23. Luke Plummer, 1:04:22.  24. Howard Moore, 1:07:26. 25. Nik Fox, 1:11:39.  26. Jim Cullimore, 1:16:45.

1. Maria Mays, 45:41.2.  Melissa Brunner, 47:47.  3. Claudia Ferrari, 52:24.  4. Rosmond  Johnson 52.47.  5.  Melisande Rowe, 53:15. 6. Lauren Julien, 55:34. 7. Saungie Liburd, 56:35.  8. Cayley Smit, 58:27. 9. Philomena Robertson, 59:18. 10. Debbie Bell, 59:57. 11. Karrina Stead, 1:03:17. 12. Vanessa King, 1:03:45. 13. Nedy Ador Dionicio, 1:10:52. 14. Claire Santillan, 1:14:30. 15. Simpa Ganadillo, 1:16:00. 16. Roslyn Gilbert.

Power Walkers: 1.= Sophie Bennett, Peter Reichenstein. 1:43:00. 3.= Linda Li, Sylvie Hune, Guy Hune, 1:43:40. 2-Mile Assault Course, 1. Clair Burke, 20.00.

4-Mile Course: 1. Olwyn Barry, 40:06. 2. Brandon Menton, 40.10.  2. Barry Leon, 1:00:01.

Youth One Mile: Girls: 1. Z’Hara McLean, 12:19.  2.  Ava Ghiorse, 12:50.

Boys: 1. Eli Ghiorse, 7.00. (400m)

Johnson and Stoby Crowned Champions of Ceres Juices 10K Series

Photo by VINO

Photo by VINO


Both Rosmond Johnson and Reuben J. A. Stoby were crowned champions when the Ceres Juices 10K Series wrapped up at the Watering Hole on Saturday November 21, 2015.

Stoby romped to a comfortable win in the final race of the series, which took runners from just outside Banco Popular to a turnaround at Struggling Man in Sea Cows Bay, with a Personal Best of 37:50.04. Vincent Fournier, running for the first time competitively on the course, came second in 37:57.47 and Julius Farley finished third in a time of 38:51.36.

Stoby led from start to finish and had opened up a huge lead on his main challengers Fournier and Farley, however, on the return Fournier began to eat into the lead and came to within some 20 metres of Stoby, who was able to switch gears for a sprint finish to win comfortably and in one of the fastest 10k times in the territory.

“A PB for me. I am so happy about that. I ran 38:23 in training on the course so I knew I could break into 37 minutes,” commented Stoby. “I was worried about the heat ahead of the race, but the conditions turned out to be good and then I was pushed to a fast time by Vincent Fournier. It was a good race and sets me up nicely for the BVI Half Marathon later in the year.”

Stoby, who bases his runs on time rather than who he is running against, said “It’s not easy to run out front and run fast times so it’s always good to have competition. However, I never know who will show up for a race here so I just set myself goal times and work towards that.”

He added that he is looking forward to the 10th BVI Sunrise Half Marathon on December 5, 2015 and is relishing the thought of running against Shane DeGannes of the USVI and possibly Pamenos Ballantyne of St Vincent and the Grenadines. “I fancy myself to run a fast time. I respect those two guys but I also believe in myself and my ability.”

Stoby, who is sponsored by Nagico Insurances, has had a successful year on the local road racing scene. He won the Dive BVI 10K series, Blenheim Trust 5K series, where he was crowned All Comers Champion, placed second in the Virgin Gorda Half Marathon, crowned Highland Spring College Classic Series 2-Mile Champion and Ceres Juices 10K Champion.

Added to that he participated in the NACAC 10K in Petit Bourg in October and another 10K in Basse Terre, Guadeloupe earlier this month, where he competed against some of the best in the Caribbean as well as Kenya, Canada, France and Mexico.

Success in the BVI Half Marathon would be the icing on the cake for Stoby, who only started competitive running in 2013.

Johnson, who finished the final race in second place with her time of 48:41.85 behind Melissa Brunner’s 48:03.40, commented that it was a great race. “I ran all the way to the turnaround and was in the lead until the Island Department Store when Melissa passed me. I just took my time though as I had already won the series, but then at the hospital I decided to try and pass her and put in a sprint, but didn’t quite manage it.”

Johnson, who is also looking forward to the Half Marathon and is aiming at a top five finish, recently won the Highland Spring College Classic 2-Mile Series. She also participated in the NACAC 10K in Petit Bourg, Guadeloupe.

Prizes, which included Ceres Juices, Niagara Water, Peach Chutney, Bos Ice Tea and other items from Proudly African as well as gift vouchers and other items from Relish (a soon to be opened store next to the Watering Hole) were doled out to the champion athletes and persons completing three races.

Farley & Ferrari win Ceres Juices 10k on Beef Island

Photo courtesy of Dean Greenaway

Photo courtesy of Dean Greenaway


Julius Farley and Claudia Ferrari were victorious in the return of the Ceres Juices 10K Series tour stop on Beef Island on Saturday October 17, 2015.

Farley, who had been finishing behind Reuben Stoby in the better part of the series, avenged an earlier loss to Guy Williamson in Carrot Bay, by pulling away from his rival on the second of three loops to finish one minute ahead. He cut the tape at 40 minutes and 33 seconds. Williamson was timed in 41:32.

“We did the first lap and a half together and Guy was trailing close behind and then I managed to ease him off a bit and continued,” Farley noted. “I was looking to do about 40 minutes and I’m quite satisfied with 40:33.”

Williamson said he didn’t have the fitness and Farley kept a nice steady pace all the way around. “I tried to stick with it, but I’m happy with my time,” he said. “I did what I could but he pushed a nice pace.”

Ferrari, who is preparing for the November 1 New York Marathon along with four others in the race, was the women’s winner in 53:21 and said she was quite surprised. “I’ve never come first before,” she explained. “I’ve been doing a lot of training. I’m doing the New York Marathon in two weeks. This is good preparation and I’ve done a lot of training so it shows that the preparation pays off.”

The series season finale is scheduled for 4 p.m. on Nov 7 in Road Town. The race will head down to Sea Cows Bay, with a turnaround by the Ellis Thomas Downs. Awards will be doled out following the event.

Meanwhile, Ceres Juices 10K Series winners Reuben Stoby and Rosmond Johnson competed in the NACAC Petit Bourg 10K in Guadeloupe on Saturday October 17, 2015.

Stoby completed the tough looping course in 40:31for a 17th place finish in the race that was won by defending champion Juan Carlos Romero of Mexico in 30: 55. Second was Kenneth Rotich of Kenya and third Keenan Viney of Canada.

Johnson finished in 52:37 for 13th in the women’s category. That race was won by Laura Batterink of Canada who set a new course record of 35:38 Second was Tonya Nero of Trinidad and Tobago and third Linda McDowell of St Vincent and the Grenadines.

The race attracted 223 athletes.

Final results for Ceres Juices 10K race on October 17, 2015 at Beef Island:

Men: 1. Julius Farley, 40 minutes and 33 seconds. 2. Guy Williamson, 41:32. 3. Adam D’Monte, 43:31. 4. Steven Asson, 45:21. 5. Zebalon McLean, 46:32 6. Simon Cook, 46:33. 7. Adrian Dale, 48:40. 8. Dan Mitchell, 51:17. 9. Guyp Dubois, 51:25. 10. Claudius Rhymer, 56:02. 11. Ruairi Bourke, 56:50. 12. Javier Smith, 1:02.22. 13. Howard Moore, 1:06.03. 14. Stephen Beard, 1:10.06.

Women: 1. Claudia Ferrari, 53:21. 2. Kay Reddy, 53:59. 3. Lauren Julien, 54:00. 4. Philomena Robertson, 57:07. 5. Rhiannon Jones, 58:36. 6. Kerry Dos Santos, 1:03.17. 7. Natasha Ruscheinski, 1:04.14. 8. Barbara O’Neal, 1:05.30. 9. Sarah Carroll, 1:05.59. 10. Clair Burke, 1:07.27. 11. Cayley Smit, 1:07.39.

4 miles: 1. Zoe Bickerton, 40:31. 2. Jenni Dobbie, 42:24. 3. Ambeeka Glasgow, 48.30. 2 miles: 1. Simone Dabreo.

Power Walkers: 1. Shirley Liburd, 1:30.00. 2. Bill Kinkead, 1:33.03. 3. Sophie Bennett, 1:35. 35.

Stoby and Johnson extend 10K winning streaks


Rosmond Johnson extended her winning streak during Saturday's Ceres Juices 10K Series race on Beef Island. Photo: Dean "The Sportsman" Greenaway

Rosmond Johnson extended her winning streak during Saturday’s Ceres Juices 10K Series race on Beef Island. Photo: Dean “The Sportsman” Greenaway

Reuben Stoby and Rosmond Johnson extended their respective men and women’s division road racing winning streaks during Saturday’s Ceres Juices 10K Series race tour stop on Beef Island.

On a less challenging course than the one in Carrot Bay, Stoby took the race out early to win in 39 minutes and 28 seconds. Julius Farley finished in 40:05 and Ian Montgomery, 40:14.

“I wanted to win this race to dedicate to my wife Yonette who I recently married,” Stoby said. “In fact, after not being in a racing mood up to last evening she encouraged me to go run and give my best and am just thrilled to have won.”

Stoby said the strategy was to go hard and intimidate the competition a little. “That’s that is why I started at such a crazy pace,” he said. “I was very pleased to see no one opted to go with me so I had a comfortable lead throughout the race. 39:28 is not a bad time but I would surely like to be running 37 minutes before the series ends. I think that is very achievable.”

Rosmond Johnson, despite taking a wrong turn and had to retrace her steps, ran 49:04 to take the women’s race ahead of Melissa Brunner who passed her on a hill at one point. “The race was really good,” she noted. “It was hot, but, I managed to finish. I did’t have a big competition with the ladies. Most of the times I looked around, no lady was close to me.”

Final results
1. Reuben Stoby, 39 minutes and 28 seconds. 2. Julius Farley, 40:05. 3. Ian Montgomery, 40:14. 4. Adam D’Monte, 42.30.5. Alex Dale, 42:31. 6. Mark Stephenson, 45:38. 7. Paul Hubbard, 45:52. 8. Simon Cook, 48:03. 9. Zebalon McLean, 48:43. 10. Dan Mitchell, 49:29. 11. Shane Donovan, 50:12. 12. Gabriel Obregon, 51:06. 13. Aaron Gardner, 51:06. 14. Ishwar Persad, 51:44. 15. Guyp Dubois, 52:29. 16. Ruairi Bourke, 55:55. 17. Luke Plummer, 56:29. 18. Frederic Lavalierre, 56:30. 19. Claudius Rhymer, 57:32. 20. Gareth Watkins, 59:55. 21. Sjoerd Koster, 1:00.51. 22. Gavin Foster, 1:02:05. 23. Thomas Parish, 1:05.19. 24. Howard Moore, 1:06.55. 25. Richard Parchment, 1:20.00.

1. Rosmond Johnson, 49:04. 2. Melissa Brunner, 50:21. 3. Claudia Ferrari, 54:22. 4. Debbie Bell, 56:19. 5. Natasha Ruscheinski, 1:00.27. 6. Rachel Sexton, 1:02.34. 7. Barbara O’Neal, 1:02.44. 8. Clair Burke, 1:07.21. 9. Philomena Robertson, 1:12.17.

3.5 Miles:
Women: 1. Emily Drinkwater, 36:13.
Men: 1. Brandon O’Reilly, 39:30.

Power Walkers:
Shirley Liburd, 1:50.00.

Stoby over powers Williamson, Farley in last mile of 10K


Ceres Juices 10k Series race  through Carrot Bay. Photo: Dean "The Sportsman" Greenaway

Ceres Juices 10k Series race through Carrot Bay. Photo: Dean “The Sportsman” Greenaway

During training his runs, Reuben Stoby ran the Ceres Juices 10K Series course from Carrot Bay to Smugglers Cove and return, faster than the 42 minutes and 20 seconds he covered it on Saturday.

But then, he ran alone. There was no cat and mouse game and he didn’t have pressure from Guy Williamson nor Julius Farley over the scenic hilly course on Tortola’s north west coast that also offered a bit of off road running.

“The plan was just to stay with the guys because the pace was really good so I had to be careful not to fall behind,” noted Stoby, joking that it was revenge from two years ago when he was beaten by Williamson. “It was a really good run. I was thankful that the guys pushed the pace this morning and we were able to have a competitive race throughout.”

Stoby said his strategy was to survive the steep climb out of Long Bay, then ease into the pace over the final two miles and on the last incline before the Carrot Bay decent, it was just him and Williamson as Farley fell off the pace. “I got the confidence to push a little bit more and noticed that he fell back,” Stoby said.

Williamson said the pace was fast and with the hills it mixed the terrain and a lot of hamstring and quad muscles were employed up and down the hills. “It’s really tiring on your body,” noted Williamson who played rugby on Friday night in nearby Capoons Bay. “Reuben showed some class again at the end. I didn’t have enough stamina to keep up in the end.”

Farley who pressed the pace up the hills said he developed some nasty stitches in the last mile. “I tried to press on but I just couldn’t keep up,” he said. “But it was a good race.”

In a similar fashion, women’s winner Rosmond Johnson walked on the steepest parts of the course but was able to keep Melissa Brunner who loves running hills at bay. “It was a bit challenging, the road was rocky and the hill was steep but I survived,” Johnson stated. “At one point, I thought Melissa was going to pass me, because I’m not really good at hills but I managed. I walked up and ran down fast. So I made it and I’m happy.”

Brunner said she faster on the incline then struggles on the decent. “I tried really hard to pass her on the up and tired to keep close to her on the down but not today,” she pointed out.

Final Results:
1. Reuben Stoby, 42 minutes and 20 seconds. 2. Guy Williamson, 42:41. 3. Julius Farley, 42:55. 4. Ian Montgomery, 47:36. 5. Mark Stephenson, 50:40. 6. Simon Cook, 52:42. 7. Dan Mitchell, 52:53. 8. Adrian Dale, 54:24. 9. Adam D’Monte, 55:34. 10. Aaron Gardner, 55:38. 11. Guyp Dubois, 57:39. 12. Shane Donovan, 58:23. 13. Gabriel Obregon, 58:57. 14. Ishwar Persad, 59:11. 15. Gareth Watkins, 1:02.35. 16. Sjoerd Koster, 1:06.33. 17. Claudius Rhymer, 1:08.00. 18. Jonathan McCarthy, 1:08.58. 19. Howard Moore, 1:11.56. 20. Ruairi Bourke, 1:12.43. 21. Danger, 1:19.11. 22. Richard Parchment, 1:45.03.

1. Rosmond Johnson, 53:41. 2. Melissa Brunner, 54:36. 3. NiMade Oniasih, 56:37. 4. Kay Reddy, 1:00.10. 5. Claudia Ferrari, 1:00.18. 6. Lauren Julien, 1:00.45. 7. Rhiannon Jones, 1:03.46. 8. Debbie Bell, 1:04.26. 9. Clair Burke, 1:12.43. 10. Natasha Gunney, 1:18.45.

1. Adenike Sicard, 33:49.

Boys One Mile
Under 6: 1. Xavier Morgan.
Under 8: 1. Sebbie Morgan.

Power Walkers
1.Sophie Bennett and Linda Li 1:56.00..

Runners take off in Saturday’s Ceres Juice 10K Series in Carrot Bay

Ceres 10K run in Virgin Gorda

Ceres 10K run in Virgin Gorda

There’s one thing the top runners agreed on regarding Saturday’s second Ceres Juices 10K Series tour stop in Carrot Bay: the course is tough.

Besides the challenging course, Virgin Gorda’s Maxford Pipe had his hands full with visiting North Carolina’s Wake Forest High School runners, Bailey Autry and his brother, John, after they broke from the field early in the race.

“Honestly, out of all the 10Ks I’ve run this is the hardest one,” Pipe said after navigating the scenic route on the water’s edge from Carrot Bay to Smugglers Cove and return in 42 minutes and 37 seconds to finish less than a minute ahead of Bailey. “There are lots of hills and they are steep and quite lengthy”.

It was Pipe’s first time running the course and his aim was to run faster than the 41:33 in the series opener but didn’t expect the hills to be so steep. “I’m satisfied with the time which is good because of the difficulties but I wanted to run a faster time than I did in the first race which was a lot easier”, he recalled. “Thanks to my pace setter (Bailey). He went out on the first half that led me to a better time”. 

An 11th grader this fall, Bailey said the course was harder than one at his house that had more hills over which he ran a faster time. “That’s how hard this course was”, noted Bailey, a 4:43 miler who has run the 800m in 2:11. “Since some of it is on gravel, it’s hard to step on it and you loose your traction on it so you had to run harder to got the same speed”. 

John who will be a 9th grader in the fall and has a 19:03 5K best to his credit, finished third in 45:04. “There weren’t too many hills but the three we did were incredibly steep so that you almost wanted to start walking”, he recalled. “It took all your energy before you got to the top”. 

Hanging with the leaders early in the race Julius Farley said he tired his best but just couldn’t hold out as he placed fourth in 46:31.

“This course is a very tough course”, he lamented. “The hills are really tough. That was the hardest I’ve ever done. Even harder than the Virgin Gorda Half Marathon”. 

Women’s winner Katrina Crumpler, eight overall in 53:51, said it’s her favorite course. “I love the views, the different terrain, the variety and it’s really interesting”, she explained. “It wasn’t really the best race for me today. I was a bit tired. I had a hard week at work and I was a bit slow, but it was nice to win it. I enjoyed running it anyway”. 

Final Results.

Men: 1. Maxford Pipe, 42 minutes and 37 seconds.2. Bailey Autry, 43.12. 3. John Autry, 45:04. 4. Julius Farley, 46.31.  5. Curwin Andrews, 46:59.  6. Adrian Dale, 51:54.  7. Joseph McIvor, 53:08.  8. Russell Crumpler, 54:21. 9. Ben Mays, 54:22. 10. Adam & Alysiana De Monte, 54:51. 11. Jermain Abrams, 58:04. 12. Shane Donovan, 59:21. 13. Patrick Ormond, 1:05.25. 14. Zebalon McLean, 1:05.27. 15. Howard Moore, 1:07.32. 16. Andrew Willins, 1:10.01. 17. Jeremy Snead, 1:13.48.

Women: 1. Katrina Crumpler, 53:51. 2. Rosmond Johnson, 56:37. 3. Clare-Louise Whiley, 56:57. 4. Kay Reddy, 58:33. 5. Sarah Hayes, 59:35.6. Anna Kinkead, 1:01.44. 7. Sally Blackmore, 1:03.33. 8. Maureen Peters, 1:06.30. 9. Jenny McIvor, 1:09.43. 10. Jo Vass, 1:09.43. 11. Ghislaine Hoogendijk, 1:13.12.  12. Clair Burke, 1:14.52.

Power Walker: 1. Sophie Bennett, 1:30:34.