Results of the ENVA 10 Cup – 2016
Pos Name Actual Time Age Related Time
1 Chris Rose 64m 18 56m 28
2 Sean Rooney 65m 29 60m 02
3 Claire Pusey 65m 55 61m 16
4 Ben Schiffer Harte 67m 55 67m 53
5 Bev Holmes 71m 25 69m 02
6 Chris Firman 72m 58 69m 40
7 Bruce Cooke 73m 51 55m 48
8 Helen Butler 76m 36 74m 03
9 Rachel Sammes 77m 16 73m 40
10 Mick Driver 78m 58 65m 43
11 Stefan Stasiuk 91m 14 72m 44
12 Tony Clish 94m 21 81m 26
13 Martine Thompson 97m 57 97m 16
14 Perveen Appleby 102m 57 96m 34
15 Nell Neale 107m 26 73m 02
16 Caroline Sealey 107m 26 103m 09
17 Zoe Stropmeyer 107m 26 107m 26
18 Derek Wilkins 107m 27 88m 35
19 Tom Rylance 110m 38 70m 50

This was the 35th anniversary of the ENVA 10 race. Only once has
it had to be postponed due to weather conditions – thick snow. On
a cold morning, 19 runners turn up to run. This was no where near the number who competed in 1984 when there were 96 finishers.

This year’s race was included in the yearly Club’s Championship
and the results shown above are in the order the runners finished.
with their times.

Although there were 19 entries, 16 of them were veterans (>40yrs) What has happened to the younger runners?

The awarding of the ENVA Cup is based on “age-related ” times.
The factors that were used are based on the age-calculator shown
on the Runner’s World website which has the latest agreed set of
factors dated November 2015.

Congratulations to Chris Rose who was the first to finish in a time
64m 18s and to the first lady to finish was Claire Pusey in overall 3rd place in a time of 65m 55s.

Congratulations to the winner of the ENVA Cup which this year is
Bruce Cooke who finished in an overall time of 73m 51s but when the age-factor is considered his time becomes 55m 48s. Many thanks to all of you who acted as Marshals at Sainsbury’s, the corner of Marsh Lane and the corner where the road leading to Dorney Lake joins the main road. There were no incidents this year.