Updated 23rd March 2019

Please remember to send all race results to results@dorsetdoddlers.org – if you don’t tell us about them we can’t publish them or include them in championship or handicap standings. 

a few photos can be found here

Saturday 23rd March

Lulworth Half – photo by Nick

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Sunday 17th March

Bath Half Marathon – a bright, dry and cool morning provided almost perfect running conditions for what is one of the longest established and most iconic city centre road races in the UK. With over 12,000 runners crossing the finish line and an estimated 40,000 spectators celebrating the 38th edition of this much-loved race.

Duncan Ward

01:17:31

 

 

Nick Berry

01:24:37

 

 

Charlie Wilson

01:44:31

 

 

Emma Chaloner

02:28:47

 

 

Gloucester 20 – a lovely mildly undulating 3-lap course in perfect sunny conditions. Great marathon training event with PB potential.  

Roger Teasdale

02:27:31

 

 

Weymouth Half Marathon – now in its 5th year, this popular seaside half marathon provides runners with some outstanding scenery, history and the opportunity to set a PB on a pretty flat13.1mile course, and the sun came out for perfect race conditions.

Kim Crane

02:13:12

 

 

Sarah Perrett

02:15:48

 

 

Jane Fowles

02:28:27

 

 

Serena Orchard

02:32:12

 

 

Sunday 10th March

The Grizzly – an epic 20 mile run from Seaton along the beautiful coast, though woodland, hills, mud, knee deep mud, cold stream runs, endless pebble shingle, more mud and hills, music, the memory tree, free beer sampling on route and firemen to hose muddy legs at the end, an all-round brilliant unforgettable race with bears.

Edgard Zaldua

03:14:33

 

 

Justin Perry

03:30:29

 

 

Dan Simmonds

03:35:03

 

 

John Townsend

03:35:12

 

 

Ruth Readman

03:41:16

 

 

Jane Ward

04:11:38

 

 

Nick Summons

04:20:13

 

 

Melanie Mitchell

04:24:56

 

 

Barry Jenkins

04:24:56

 

 

Neil Cranidge

04:53:17

 

 

 The Cub – a tough 10m race from Seaton, all the above except less mud and no bogs.

Jemma Westwell

01:57:44

 

 

Ines Braun

02:14:08

 

 

 Sunday 10th March

White Star Runnings Larmer Tree event with 5 races over 2 days with camping, shenanigans, and lots of running over beautiful Wiltshire downs (and ups) of Rushmoor Estate.

Larmer Tree Marathon– a tough marathon by any measure, hills, mud and gorgeous scenery.

Lucy Brown

05:32:12

 

6th FV40+

Alie Madders

05:59:13

 

10th FV40+

Larmer Tree 20 – like the half but more miles, more hills and more mud, much more mud.

Jason Woods

03:25:01

 

 

Paul Russell

03:39:37

 

 

David Hurst

04:18:06

 

 

Stacey Connolly

04:22:47

 

 

Jill Watson

04:22:48

 

 

Jamie Drennan

04:22:48

 

 

Adam Frampton

04:22:48

 

 

Saturday 9th March

Larmer Tree Half– a beautiful half marathon designed to test your hill climbing abilities.

Ian Moore

01:57:13

 

5th MV45+

Kim Crane

02:48:06

 

 

Jane Fowles

02:48:16

 

 

Larmer Tree 10 – last race in the Imperial Series, this tough 10mile race doesn’t hold back on hills with stunning scenery.

Philip Reese

01:20:44

 

3rd Overall, 2nd M35+

Rachael Franklin

02:00:37

 

 

William Hill

02:14:50

 

 

Emma Chaloner

02:23:58

 

 

Serena Orchard

02:42:18

 

(with dog version of the race)

Phil Reese also came 3rd in the Imperial Series – well done Phil!!

Sunday 3rd March

Sherborne 10k – fantastic results for team Doddler at this Club Championship race. A picturesque but challenging local road race from Sherborne school – climbing for 4 miles then a mostly downhill to finish

0:37:12 – Duncan Ward – 1st overall 
0:39:50 – Barry Shea – 5th Overall 
0:41:36 – Spencer Mogridge – 10th overall 
0:44:50 – Sarah Jordan – 4th lady (joining soon)
0:44:58 – Michael Peters 
0:45:09 – Lynda Faulkner – 6th Lady 
0:45:14 – Ian Moore 
0:47:52 – Richard Hull 
0:50:12 – Shams Wahab 
0:50:32 – Charlie Wilson 
0:51:02 – Jill Watson 
0:52:04 – David Hurst 
0:53:17 – Andrew Tuffin (joining soon)
0:53:27 – Julia Slade 
0:53:39 – Neil Cranidge 
0:53:53 – Jane Ward 
0:56:24 – John Cowley
0:59:38 – Sarah Perrett 
0:59:50 – Kim Crane 
1:02:49 – Jane Fowles 
1:03:04 – Jen Barker

Photo shows some of the Doddler team at Sherborne 10k. Great to see everyone

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Wimborne 20 – a cold windy day for 20 miles but the Doddler team braved the weather achieving some great results – well done all! Please comment with any PB’s

Steven Rigby – 02:12:13 – 2nd MV35+
Tracy Cook – 02:29:36 – 8th Overall, 3rd FV40+
Edgard Zaldua – 02:39:03 – 4th MV50+
Justin Perry – 02:41:18 – 8th MV45+
Lerryn Chaffey – 02:47:52 – 6th FV40+
John Townsend – 02:55:46
Paul Russelll – 03:06:00

Sunday 3rd March

Two Tunnels 5k – a special race that takes in many of Bath’s beautiful attractions plus the longest underground section of any running race in the UK – a truly unique running experience. Well done both.

Melanie Mitchell

27:52

 

 

Barry Jenkins

27:52

Sunday 24th February

Bournemouth 10 – fantastic results for Dorset Doddlers with Iain Trickett, Steve Rigby and Duncan Ward taking home 2nd mens team prize. They also achieved 3rd place in the DRRL

Iain Trickett – 00:56:23 – 7th Overall, 6th Open Men

Steve Rigby – 00:56:55  PB         

Duncan Ward – 00:58:48 – 3rd M40+

Philip Reese – 01:03:27  PB         

Nick Berry – 01:03:42                 

Nick Reynolds – 01:04:11  PB         

Roger Teasdale – 01:04:43  PB         

Ruth Readman – 01:20:56                 

Amanda Adams – 01:36:57                 

William Hill – 01:45:18  PB         

Emma Chaloner – 01:45:27     

Hameldown Hammer Half – a tough, challenging trail race with a total ascent of over 600m, over a series of grassy, rocky, sometimes muddy tracks and forest glades. Ascending Hameldown Ridge for spectacular views of Moors and Tors.

Barry Jenkins

02:53:02

 

Mel Mitchell

02:53:02

 

The Terminator – a brilliant 12mile trail race up and down the Pewsey Vale. A gentle start across fields and along a canal path, then through woods and deep mud, before several steep climbs and hair-raising descents. Beautiful sunshine, stunning views and great bunch of runners.

Jane Ward

02:16:09

 

Thursday 21st February

Excalibur Two – number 2 in a series of 12 ‘conquests’ – a 6hr timed lap race with runners completing as many 3.28 mile out and back laps along the beautiful river Thames towpath. No elevation gain/loss making it a flat and fast route.

Alie Madders

05:18:30

 

26.2 miles

Sunday 17th February

10k Sika Run – a rewarding timed trail run through Wareham Forest, including forest paths and open trail. 

Kim Crane

00:56:12

Canicross

Serena Orchard

01:01:37

 

Sunday 9th February

Portland Coastal Marathon – Amazing effort over a tough route, with mud, steep climbs, rocky terrain, in cold, wet, blustery conditions. Starting at the sailing academy, a steep climb on to Portland Island, to find the coast path around the island followed by an out and back alongside Chesil Beach to the turn point and repeat in reverse. 

Dave Fitzsimon

05:03:54

 

Mel Mitchell

05:51:50

5th F30+

Barry Jenkins

05:51:52

 

Alie Madders

06:02:37

 

Portland Coastal Half Marathon – As above but just the one lap (thank goodness). 

Jane Ward

02:54:02

8th F50+

Jill Watson

02:54:03

 

Adam Frampton

02:54:04

 

Neil Crandge

02:55:43

 

Sunday 9th February

Lytchett 10 (miles) – Well done all, great running in blustery conditions

Duncan Ward

00:59:17

8th Overall, 1st M45+

Steve Rigby

01:02:27

 

Roger Teasdale

01:04:56

PB – 8th M40+

Phil Reese

01:05:36

 

Nick Reynolds

01:06:15

PB

Nick Brooke

01:08:56

2nd M65+

Paul Russell

01:22:27

 

John Cowley

01:30:29

10th M60+

Ines Braun

01:39:17

 

Flora Brooke

01:41:01

5th F60+

William Hill

01:50:37

 

Emma Chaloner

01:55:14

 

Sunday 3rd February

Blackmore Vale Half (12.2miles) – A shortened route this year to avoid the final icy hill – well done everyone for braving the wintery conditions.

Barry Shea 01:18:50
Nick Berry 01:20:08
Spencer Mogridge 01:25:33
Daryl Davies 01:27:13
Christopher Frear 01:29:08
Michael Peters 01:29:22
Justin Perry 01:31:01
Gavin Green 01:33:14
John Townsend 01:35:07
David Jackson 01:35:24
Paul Rusty Russell 01:37:56
Felix Stud-Allen 01:45:40
David Hurst 01:51:44
Charlotte Townsend 01:53:04
John Cowley 01:53:23
Jemma Westwell 01:55:51
Kim Crane 02:02:22
Sandra Fowles 02:02:22
Barry Jenkins 02:03:30
Mel Mitchell 02:03:30
Sarah Perrett 02:08:09
Jane Feather 02:26:39

Sunday 27th January

Stonehenge Stomp

A few groups of Doddlers took part in this event, including a jolly group who walked or ran the 20k with dogs and a group of dog-free Doddlers who ran a variant of the 30k route to clock up a lovely 16.7 miles. A great spring marathon training event.

Sunday 20th January

Dirty Devil Stampede 10k-ish – muddy splashing tank tracks with inflatable crocodiles

Jane Fowles 01:18:51
Kim Crane 01:18:53

Sunday 19th January

Beyond The Far Side 12hr – a 5.3 miles route with an overall elevation of 850ft per circuit, taking in the edge of Salisbury Plain, with the aim to complete as many circuits within your chosen time.

Alie Madders

08:26:09

26.2 miles

Sunday 13th – Saturday 19th January

Montane Spine Race – A non-stop 268mile winter ultra-marathon encompassing the entire length of the Pennine Way. Pennine Way crosses some of the most beautiful, difficult and challenging terrain found in England, including; the Peak District, Cheviots, Yorkshire Dales and Northumberland National Park – finishing on the Scottish Borders. What a stunning achievement – all hail Matt. I look forward to the presentation/talk/slide show.

Matt Clayton 156:30:56 – that’s 6 days 12 hours 30 mins 56 seconds

Sunday 13th January

Rough ‘n’ Tumble – Not as muddy as in previous years but the hills don’t get any smaller.

Adam Frampton 01:53:05
Stephen James 01:53:05
Jane Ward 01:53:27
Nick Summons 01:53:28
Neil Cranidge 01:53:29
Mel Mitchell 01:53:29
Barry Jenkins 01:53:30

Saturday 12th January

WSR Dark Moors 10m – tracks round the wood, but at night!

Kim Crane                                01:46:32

Ingrid Gilbertson                  01:51:35

Jane Fowles                          01:51:36

Serena Orchard                  02:02:43                                       

WSR Dark Moors 5m 

Jemma Westwell                0:44:40

Alie Madders     0:50:36

Tuesday 1st January

Broadstone Quarter Well done everyone for making a fantastic start to the year.

Steve Rigby 00:38:51
Barry Shea 00:41:21
Nick Berry 00:42:56
Roger Teasdale 00:43:29
Nick Reynolds 00:43:30
Justin Perry 00:45:52
Dan Simmonds 00:46:49
Lynn Hutchings 00:49:29
David Jackson 00:50:31
Ruth Readman 00:51:42
Nick Summons 00:51:47
Paul Russell 00:52:20
Simon Lees 00:52:41
Jamie Drennan 00:53:44
David Hurst 00:53:47
Neil Cranidge 00:54:19
John Cowley 00:57:13
Ines Braun 01:02:38