Awards night 2018

FRR Awards Night 2018 took place on 30th March 2019, and celebrated the many achievements club members throughout 2018.

This was hastily, but superbly, organised by our new social team (Darren Cook and Dan Gould) and the fish & chip supper was well received.

COASTAL 10 FIRST FRR MALE

Ben Carpendale (0:54:48)

COASTAL 10 FIRST FRR FEMALE

Collette Green (1:13:45)

MOST IMPROVED MALE

Calculated based on age graded results from races in 2017 vs 2018. The best performance from each of their 3 best distances in each year have been averaged and the differences taken.

  1. Tim Parnell +7.79
  2. David Church +6.99
  3. Dylan Pomietlo +5.84

MOST IMPROVED FEMALE


Calculated based on age graded results from races in 2017 vs 2018. The best performance from each of their 3 best distances in each year have been averaged and the differences taken.

  1. Ali Ostler +9.25
  2. Sarah Fitch +6.98
  3. Sally Solomon +3.25

TOP CROSS COUNTRY RUNNER – MALE

Based on finish position amongst FRR competitors. Best 4 results from the year have been averaged and ranked (so a poor performance can be discounted if enough events attended)
Uses calendar year, as the XC season spans years and was not over when trophies were engraved.

  1. Ben Jacobs
  2. Dave Solomon
  3. Steve Brooke

TOP CROSS COUNTRY RUNNER – FEMALE

New award this year. As the scoring system is dependant on finish positions, it was felt to be fair to introduce gender-specific XC awards.
Scoring process is the same as for the male athletes.

  1. Sarah Fitch
  2. Jo Harper
  3. Jo Brooke

TOP MALE NEWCOMER

Highest average age grade from races in 2018. Minimum 5 races in 2018 and mustn’t have raced in 2017

  1. Tony Gavin
  2. Lee Morgan
  3. George Seward

TOP FEMALE NEWCOMER

Highest average age grade from races in 2018. Minimum 5 races in 2018 and mustn’t have raced in 2017

  1. Jo Blyth
  2. Hollie Sutherland
  3. Claire Butcher

MALE RUNNER OF THE YEAR

As voted by the committee.

  • Ian Duggan
  • Alistair Read
  • Steve Brooke

FEMALE RUNNER OF THE YEAR

As voted by the committee.

  • Sam Linassi

MALE LE JOG

Most competitive miles run representing the club, as recorded in the results pages (i.e. make sure you email results in if you want them counted)

  1. Dan Clark (604.2)
  2. Peter Woods (551.2)
  3. Dave Solomon (335.2)

FEMALE LE JOG

Most competitive miles run representing the club, as recorded in the results pages

  1. Jackie Collins (729.6) and overall George Buxton LeJog trophy winner (more miles than anyone else in the club irrespective of gender)
  2. Ali Ostler (392.5)
  3. Jo Whelan (253.9)

CHAIRMAN’S AWARD

Awarded by the chairman (Mark Ford) to somebody who has stood out as making a significant contribution to the club.

  • Jo Brooke

CLUB MEMBER OF THE YEAR

A free vote by the whole club.

  1. Sarah Fitch (18/53)
  2. Ian Duggan (7/53)
  3. Carrie Kemp (6/53)

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