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Summer Cambridge Fetch Mile
Saturday 1st June 2013
BethJ

Some very fast miles and quite fast cake were had at the Fetch Summer Mile on Saturday. Jonathan Escalante-Phillips (4:41) took gold with Jack Bowden (4:48) & Iain Wood (4:56) taking the allegorical silver and bronze. There were a stonking sub five-and-a-half from David Barber (5:27) and speedy sub-sixes from Christof Schwiening (5:43) & Chris Poole (5:52). Kristoffer Sempler ran himself a perfectly round 6:00 PB. Ever fast first and second women were Stacy Wheat (6:10) & Clare Garvey (6:33) respectively. See the full results for all times: Everyone was well below 8:40 which is a great achievement. The huddles of results around certain times show the oomph gleaned from a little friendly heat competition and certainly for some of us it's just refreshing to rediscover what running fast races feels like (and that we can). The distances run were 1 mi, 800 m, 400 m, 200 m & 100 m. We can add in our own times for the latter if we like or mark up any PBs and there's a gallery here to add your photos. Thanks to Chris Hurcomb, Richard Lyle, Fetch volunteers, timers, the pacers who remained dedicated to their role till the very end :), awesome cake makers, bringers of cake, cake slicers and friends and families big & small.
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