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Our OWs return to take on the Dorm Run for a second year

The sun certainly shone bright for runners at the Old Worksopian (OW) Dorm Run on Saturday 30 March, as the College played host to the cross-country event for the second year in a row.

Alumni Relations Officer, Lucy Smithson gives a rundown of the event,

“It was great to see some faces return and many new ones too, including some non-OWs, as they tackled the 3.8 mile course.

There was a lovely atmosphere amongst runners and spectators as they geared up for the event, with former long-standing member of staff, John Driver, on hand to start the race.

OW Sean Barkes (T 81 – 86) stole the show, winning the race in an impressive time of 22:19! Sean was followed by Thomas Kenrick (S 95 – 00) and Georgia Hird (SH 10 – 15) to take the second and third spot.

Sean was awarded the winner’s trophy, which was kindly presented to the school by the OW Masonic Lodge. All runners received a medal courtesy of our partners Virtual Runner.

Results 

Name

Time

Sean Barkes

22:19:00

Thomas Kenrick

24:33:00

Charlie Armstrong

25:03:00

Georgia Hird

25:58:00

Matt Stephenson

26:57:00

Ryan Alexander

27:51:00

Jez Willis

28:12:00

Nigel Porter

28:39:00

John Archer

29:44:00

Claire House

30:05:00

Julian Pavier

30:34:00

Amelia Bayston

32:31:00

Will Robinson

32:36:00

Lucy Morris

32:38:00

Craig Brailsford

33:15:00

Leanne Manley

33:25:00

Michael White

33:47:00

Nat Cunningham

34:23:00

Karen Parry

35:17:00

Jo Gray

35:21:00

Charlotte Futter

37:34:00

Phoebe Leach

37:40:00

Rachel Bean

37:59:00

Clare Willgoose

38:03:00

Leanne Franse

40:51:00

James Parry

43:17:00

John Batty

43:51:00

Meghan Wilson

49:12:01

Sonya Pavier

49:12:04

Hamish Spencer

54:57:07

Brain Hawkes

54:57:09

Whether you loved it or loathed it, it’s certainly something that will never be forgotten and we would love to see the event grow year on year.”

Thank you to our partners Virtual Runner for their support this year. 

Photo credit: Jerry Wong & George Wilmshurst

 

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