From TDL, the re-arranged race was won by Matthew Bowser (Lincoln Wellington) in 29.58 and the first lady in 36th position overall was Sarah Harris (Lond Eaton R.C.) in 35.21 (all gun positions / chip times).
OAC’s Tom Potter reports:
Initially I was looking for a PB but poor preparation this week due to a hamstring injury made me forget this aspiration and I just concentrated on doing my best. Simon Toyne was also present and was looking for a similar time to me. This in mind, I quietly “declared battle” and thought I would try and beat him.
I was fractionally behind Simon for the first 5km and when I glanced at my watch at the half way point it was precisely 20.00. The hamstring felt ok and I realsied I had to work hard if I was going to beat him and finish in under 40.00.
In the last two miles I gained a slight advantage over Simon and I finished 95th in 39.06 (a new PB by 22 seconds).
Race report from the Telegraph & Argus.
Photos and video from flamingphotography.