|Pos||Cat Pos||Race No||Name||Time||Chip Time||Category||Gender||Gen Pos||Club||TOD|
|21||11||139||Steven Robertson||01:32:44||01:32:34||17-39||Male||19||banchory running club||12:48:47|
|59||16||215||Mark Crawford||01:40:02||01:39:53||40-49||Male||53||banchory running club||12:56:05|
|94||25||143||Smith Gordon||01:45:58||01:45:28||40-49||Male||84||banchory running club||13:02:01|
|104||16||188||Jack Honey||01:47:22||01:47:14||50-59||Male||94||banchory running club||13:03:25|
|169||74||201||David Dawson||01:57:54||01:57:27||17-39||Male||141||banchory running club||13:13:57|
|200||29||202||Lesley Cheyne||02:03:09||02:02:43||17-39||Female||41||banchory running club||13:19:12|
I have to say that of all the races I run over the year, of all distances from 10km to 35.5 miles – the Stonehaven Half is my favourite. I think it’s a combination of the warm weather, great countryside and the hills. Yes, I can do hills, especially if there is a piper on the top bend to help drag out the last reserves of power, but its the last 6 miles in a marathon I really struggle with and of course that’s no issue in this race. I can just run fast without having to fear the total body breakdown of a marathon.