The popular Wetspot winter time trials have kicked off again for 2017. Thanks to the Wetspot crew for again supporting the winter series.

Details of the Wetspot summer time-trial series and point scoring system are set out below.

  • START DATE Wednesday 4th October, 2017
  • END DATE Wednesday, 28th March, 2017
  • DISTANCES one/two laps of our river course 
  • START TIMES 5:50 p.m. SHARP for two laps; 5.55 p.m. SHARP for one lap
  • LIFEJACKETS compulsory for all paddlers in club boats, Juniors and non-swimmers
  • FORMAT/POINT SCORING cumulative point score; the points from your nine best time-trials count towards your series cumulative total.
  • RESULTS PUBLICATION BGCC website
  • FREQUENCY/DATES please see the events calendar.

For this season, the point score remains the same, however there will be a handicap which doesn’t attract a point score.  The winner will get a free BBQ on the night.  Craig will issue a handicap on the home page of the club web site on the Friday prior to the handicap time trial.

SAFETY

The timekeeper is the final arbiter on whether it is safe to conduct a time-trial. Should someone capsize, the accepted protocol is for other competitors to assist if required. If you assist a paddler who has a legitimate problem on or in the water please see the timekeeper in order to have a time allowance made for your assistance. 

Please be aware that the time-trial attracts paddlers of varying abilities and confidence. Be courteous to others. When passing slower paddlers tell them you are approaching and on which side you will pass. Hold your line in the turns and give room to others areas where there are potential hazards.

Lifejackets are compulsory for all competitors who are in club boats, cannot swim or are under 16 years of age - in all time-trials.

START/FINISH

The start/finish is in line with the blue buoy off the beach pontoon. Please warm up in the area east/left of the start. Stay to the right of the course. White buoys indicate some known danger and that some caution is required in that area. Paddlers must paddle to the right of the red buoys. 

To have your time recorded you must finish to the right of the blue buoy off the club beach. Please don’t pass between the blue buoy and the beach unless you are finishing. This is an international rule and should be followed at club level. A one minute penalty will apply to paddlers who do not finish in this way.

TIME-TRIAL FORMAT/DISTANCES

The format for the series is the same as for previous summer/winter time-trial series. There are two race distances to choose from: one lap (approx. 4.75 km) or two laps (approx. 9.5 km). The top turn is at the old Monaro Highway Bridge (i.e., paddle under the Malcolm Fraser Bridge and turn at three yellow buoys just before the water ski area). The other turn is at the three yellow buoys near the hospice. All turns are anticlockwise.

The time-trials are conducted on a natural waterway and sometimes marker buoys can move due to flooding or for other reasons. While every effort will be made to reset the course as before, it could potentially change a bit. Be aware also that as a natural waterway there can be snags and debris in the river, particularly close to the banks. 

POINT SCORING

Paddlers must nominate which of the two distances they intend to paddle and record their name, boat number, boat type (e.g. — K1, SUP, outrigger etc) on the relevant start sheet. If you change boat/SUP during the series—e.g., go from a TK1 to a K1—you will have to establish a new/initial six-point PB in the new craft. You cannot accumulate points based on the time/distance set in a different boat/SUP.

Make sure you receive and display a boat number so the timekeeper can record your time. 

The cumulative point scoring competition works like this:

  • All participants start with zero points (i.e., your points from previous series do not carry over),
  • Points from your best nine results (out of 12 winter time-trials) will establish your end of winter series points tally. The paddler with the highest accumulated points wins. 
  • Your first race over your nominated distance will establish your PB for that distance/boat and earn you six points in the cumulative point score competition. 
  • Should you beat your PB in a subsequent race (in the same boat over the same distance) you will earn nine points. 
  • Should you come within two per cent of your PB in a subsequent race you will earn six points. 
  • Should you finish outside your PB by more than two per cent in a subsequent race you will earn three points. 
  • Should you not complete your nominated distance, you will be given a DNF and earn one point. 
  • Timekeeper earns six points.
  • Double boats earn a PB for each crew member in their first race. Points earned will be given to both paddlers as individuals. If the boat crew/double boat change, it is necessary to establish a new PB.

TIMEKEEPERS

We need you to time-keep! As per last summer, we will operate with two timekeepers. If you haven’t done timekeeping, let us know and we will place you with someone who has so you can learn the ropes. Please advise Craig Elliott or Patricia Ashton when you can time-keep, or learn to do so.

PORTAGING

Paddlers doing the longer course have the option of portaging at the end of lap 1. Portages will be started on the pontoon placed to the right of the course before you reach the canoe polo court. Access the pontoon from either side and portage to the beach pontoon via the grass on the river side of the bike path. 

Those paddlers who intend to paddle at major events in K1s, C1s, K2s are encouraged to portage. Those portaging will record a time that includes portage time (you can’t improve your PB subsequently by not portaging). If you intend to portage, please note this on the record sheet and advise the timekeeper. 

PARTICIPATION BY NON-BGCC/PNSW MEMBERS

Non-BGCC/PNSW paddlers are welcome to participate. However, for insurance purposes, they must to pay a $20 single event entry fee and complete the PNSW single event entry form. This is a mandatory AC/PNSW requirement.  

RESULTS

Results and the cumulative point scores will be published on the BGCC website as soon as possible after each timetrial.

 

For further information on the winter timetrial series, contact the marathon convenor, Craig Elliott.

 

BGCC: May Committee meeting: draft Minutes

Date: Monday 2th May Where: Russell Murphy’s home 8 Kenyon Cct, Monash, 6pm

1) Attendance:

Present: Patricia Ashton (P); Russell Murphy (VP); Tom Hick (T); Jane Lake (S); Scott MacWilliam (BC); Helen Tongway (MC); Anne Cronin (CM)

Apologies: Craig Elliott; Kai Swoboda; John Harmer; Kiaran Lomas

2) Minutes of the last meeting: Approved. Proposed Anne Cronin, seconded Helen Tongway

Action: Anne to talk with Geoff to set up a page for current Minutes to be placed (under administration), rather than where currently placed, as that is only visible to those who log in.

3) President’s Report:– May 2016

It was inspiring reading about our paddlers in Blazing Paddles – Sue Robb, the Canoe Polo teams, especially the juniors and the Burley Babes at the Canoe Polo Nationals, paddlers stories from the Marathon Nationals, results from the 2nd marathon series race at Wyong. Its great to read what’s going on out there and to know that there are so many talented club members.

After Windsor this week there seems to be push by Manly in the club points

score, we’ve lost a bit of ground! Any of our paddlers who would like to be a bit more competitive, gain some skills in race starts, wash riding, technique please remember we have club coaches ready to help out. Check out the Coaching page on the website for times, or come and have a chat to one of our coaches.

Gary Rake, Kiaran Lomas, Margi (level 2), Helen, Russell Murphy, Malcolm Hall, Tom Hick and Patricia are coaching, Gabrielle, Ben, Litsa, Anne Cronin, Rebecca Gates, Nic Jones are currently in training.

Gabrielle, Ben and Craig Elliott have plenty of experience to share. So, there’s still plenty of time to improve your paddling to perhaps gain a place or 2 in the marathon series. Remember, there are distances of 5,10, 15 and 20km.

4) Treasurer’s report (see attachment at end of Minutes)

  • Term deposits amalgamated and topped up with transfer from cheque account. Now single term deposit of $75,000 with expiry date 5 November 2016.
  • Triathalon funding for $2,000 received; $2,385 from PNSW round 1 of the Marathon series;
  • EOM balance at cheque account approximately $13,500
  • Invoice to TAMS for administrative grant ($6,600) reissued.

5) Correspondence

a) Correspondence in;

  • Invoice: ARA fire protection (paid)
  • Registration certificate for Trailer rego (kept with Sec documentation);
  • Advertisement for 8th Macleay Island Classic (in the past)

b) Correspondence out;

  • Letter to TAMS re car spaces;
  • TAMS Invoice: (administrative grant);
  • Draft of letter to James French with Patricia

6) Items for discussion:

a) Second Pontoon Approval:

Note: Gary and Bob have provided NCA with the details they require re the approval for the second pontoon on the river. Now await the NCA response.

b) Insurance

Action: Anne Cronin to investigate options for building and contents insurance for the clubhouse, (currently GIO insurance) including with Australian Canoeing insurance. Anne C will report back to committee at next meeting on options, including whether members might have the ability for insurance on private craft.

c) Child Protection / Working with Children check / PNSW reporting

The Committee noted the PNSW request for advice from affiliated clubs for reporting on members’ WWVP registration.

The Committee emphasised the importance that the BGCC comply with legislative requirements including that all members coaching / working with children and vulnerable people must have a current ACT Working with Vulnerable People registration.

The Committee agreed that it was unclear why the PNSW wished to have the names of members with WWVP registration.

A two step process was agreed:

1) All members working with children and / or vulnerable people must have a valid ACT

WWVP registration and advise the club of registration and expiry details prior to any work with children / vulnerable people. A NSW registration is not sufficient. The Membership Convener will keep a record of those details.

2) The Club will seek further advice from PNSW as to why they have requested this information, and whether it is sufficient to advise them of the Club’s approach to ensuring BGCC meets its Working with Vulnerable People obligations.

Next steps: At the next Committee meeting

  • Helen / Russell will report back on the outcome of discussions with PNSW on their request for names of members with WWVP registration;  
  • The Membership Convener (Helen) will advise on whether she has had a response from all relevant members re ACT WWVP registration.
  • The Committee noted that only Coaches/Instructors who were accredited as such by Australian Canoeing were to act as Club Coaches/Instructors, run Club events or supervise training using Club Equipment.

d) Shed Extension progress report:

  • Scott MacWilliam advised that the discussions with both NCA and TAMS are going well.
  • NCA has offered to work with the BGCC on finalising the design, including flexibility on the use of colour-bond (don’t want it to be ugly).
  • NCA have advised they can give “in principle approval” for a design in 15 days, butrequire more time for public consultation. But advised that the “in principle approval” would be sufficient for the infrastructure grant submission to the ACT Government.
  • The process for valuation of the shed for the lease change negotiations is progressing.
  • Ongoing discussion about the replacement trees for those being removed on the north side of the current shed.
  • Encouraging TAMS to use smaller native trees to screen the site rather than large exotics.
  • The toilets (and previously removed toilets) in the ICE Dragon’s area and the Canoe Polo area are to be capped by TAMS. Both areas to be advised.

Action: Discussion about holding a SGM / meeting to advise membership of the grant application, the progress on the shed extensions and the design.

It was agreed that this would be very useful. Committee discussed the advantages and risks (bad weather) of holding it on a weekend morning after the TT, to allow for members to be walked around the site. It was agreed that such a meeting in / around August would be valuable. Next meeting to consider timing / content.

e) Presentation Dinner:

  • President awaiting feedback from Litsa re arrangements (booking, meal / price etc
  • Agreed that publicity is needed – on the website, in Blazing Paddles and around the club house;
  • The prizes committee will talk with Canoe Polo and look at the awards / prizes.

f) Upcoming events

i) Mothers and Others morning tea next Sunday. Helen advised that the paddle will commence after the start of the TT. Morning tea at 10.30. Advertising in Blazing Paddles and by email (Helen).  

ii) 2016 24 Hour event with the RSPCA.

 Patricia advised that Bob has commenced the process of seeking approval for the event, and that she has had an email exchange with Kiaran Lomas about being the Convener forthe event. Meetings had been held with Tammy at RSPCA.

  • Patricia advised that KL advised that as Convener, he would aim for a much larger event (200 - 300 entrants0 including working with the spcA to advertise / spread information on the event
  • Kiaran asked the Committee approve a budget of up to $5,000 for the event, with a change to the starting time from midday to midday with juniors doing a 6 + 6 hour event (12 midday - 6pm and 6am - midday)
  • KL proposed a fee of $100 ($50 entrance + $50 minimum donation to RSPCA)

Outcome:

The Committee agreed to in principle approval for a budget of $5,000 for the 24 Hour, with the proviso that a plan for the race was presented to the committee next meeting showing:

  • a draft budget,
  • safety management issues (given the proposed numbers);
  • the proposed audience for the 24 hour, given the proposed larger numbers;
  • implications of having a large number of possibly inexperienced paddlers (like some pre-event training?) and
  • the types of publicity / advertising to be undertaken.
  • The committee would expect monthly progress reports, with the overall funding subject to the accepted plans / budget and progress reports.

The Committee noted that entry fees could be lower than the $100, as this is a significant increase on previous years. Even club members may be reluctant to pay that amount. There is a risk that, with a $100 starting amount could discourage involvement, and counter efforts to attract larger numbers. The Committee suggested that other approaches be considered, possibly $35 & $40 with incentives for people to raise more funds for RSPCA?

g) Draft of proposed constitutional changes (finances): 

The Committee thanked Mark Raymond for his very helpful comments on the draft amendments. Tom Hick (Treasurer) advised that he wished to have more time to consider the proposal and implications for financial management, and the underlying arrangements (controls at the bank etc). Tom was asked to provide his comments at the next meeting.

The Committee also noted the importance of putting in place a budget structure for next financial year before the start of the year. A revised budget structure (based on the budget structure / chart of accounts previously considered) be considered in the next meeting.

7) Convenor reports (quarterly):

The committee thanked Russell Lutton and Kai Swoboda for their reports and input to Blazing Paddles – as that is the main source of information for members. The reports were noted with Minutes focussing on issues and actions arising from the reports.

• Canoe Polo:

a) Committee noted advice and approved the disposal of the three (circa 1980s) BATTS and 6 “raider Blade” paddles.

b) Committee noted advice re winter training numbers: Committee suggested that the Convener come back to the committee about covering juniors’ pool hire costs on Sunday – as it would be better to continue training if the juniors numbers are there – rather than cutting back training frequency in order to extend the already approved subsidy for juniors.

• Marathon Report:

a) The committee noted the Convener’s advice re the reduction in BGCC participation in the PNSW marathon series, noting that many members find the travel / time commitments challenging. Committee also noted the importance of encouraging mid range paddlers as well as elite. The issues of participation need further discussion.

b) The committee thanked Russell and Tom Hick for their work in setting up the adjusted Molongolo River TT course and noted comments about distance;

8) Other business:

The committee discussed if / how the club might maintain emergency contact details for members, and where it might be kept and by whom. Issues included accessibility and privacy. It was agreed that the Membership Convener would make changes to the membership form, asking for an emergency contact, and whether the member was OK at this being on a list kept in the shed.

9) Meeting closed: 9pm

10) Next meeting: 6th June 2016, venue TBC

Attachments:

  • Treasurer’s report;
  • Canoe Polo Report;
  • Marathon Convener’s report 

Treasurer's Report

  • (Secretary advises this is not included for formatting reasons will update when she can work out how to do this )

Canoe Polo Report: Shed cleanout and stocktake: Kai Swoboda

We have around 20 plastic club polo boats. About 6 are of a modern design (3 very new purchased in the last 2 years?), and about another 8 are older designs but good for older beginners as they are more stable, have larger cockpits/seats etc. The remainder are not great quality or are missing some key bits (such as footrests). These can be retained for a little while until we work out if we can get parts etc.

I propose to dispose of 3 yellow polo kayaks (these are not included in the above). First purchased by the Canberra Canoe Club (CCC) in mid 1980s? Missing some structural plastic and seats. Some with splits. These are not suitable for further use and would probably not be safe to paddle. I also propose to dispose of 6 ‘raider blade’ paddles. These were purchased around the same time as the boats. They can still be used but are heavy, and have the thicker (32mm?) shafts. I could approach sea scouts etc to see if they want these.

I would seek your endorsement to dispose of these three kayaks and the 6 paddles. I will come back to you about the disposal of other items.

With some space cleared in the shed we’ll have a go at a clean and re-organisation shortly.

Wednesday (8.30 to 10.30) and Sunday polo (3 to 4.30) resume at Tuggeranong

Wednesday night games and Sunday junior training and development started in the last week. Good numbers for Wednesdays (we’ll cover our costs). I can’t report on the Sunday numbers yet but we have to option to go fortnightly to extend the $1000 subsidy approved by the club.

Marathon Convener report: Russell Lutton

2016 Australian Canoe Marathon National Championships: Full report on BGCC paddler participation in this event in the April edition of Blazing Paddles.

2016 PNSW marathon series

Two PNSW marathon races since last meeting: Wyong on 10 April and Windsor last Saturday, 30 April. I did a report on Wyong in BP. For further info, see the report. The Windsor race was a disaster for us. We went from a first place club points 20 point lead (over second place Manly) to being relegated to third place behind Manly and Lane Cove (as per results update as at Sunday night).

MWKC: Manly Warringah Kayak Club: 112 LCRK: Lane Cove River Kayakers: 100 BGCC: Burley Griffin Canoe Club: 96

This is the first time in three years that we have not topped the clubs' point score. Good for the sport I think, but not good for BGCC. Several of the winning MWKC and LCRK paddlers have been re-ranked but just as many not.  My take on how the 2016 series is unfolding is that MWKC and LCRK are making a concerted effort to "seed" paddlers across divisions, something we were always good at. However, we are lacking several south coast paddlers who have always been consistent points scoring participants and while our club  participation has been good, we are just not clicking with combo of paddler/boat type that keeps us in the point scoring of divisional racing.

What does the committee want to do about this from a strategic perspective?

Remarking of the Molonglo River time trial course

Many thanks to Tom Hick who patiently spent over three hours with me in his rubber thingo extending and remarking our Molonglo River time trial course on 14 April. Try as I might, I cannot scrape 5km out of it without going around second bridge pylons and/or slightly out into the lake - both undesirable from both safety and administrative reasons. The course measures in at a fairly reliable 4.7km.

BGCC Winter time trial series

The winter time trial series kicked off on Sunday, 24 April with 16 participants - not flash but not bad by winter time trial series.

National Competition-Club Time trials

Queensland clubs are putting together a national club time trial competition and BGCC is participating as part of our winter time trial series. Once per month, we will declare a club time trial to be a National competition time trial. The results will be sent to QLD with the names and age of

participating paddlers, the boat class and the distance paddled. QLD will collate the results and work out the speed/pace of the paddler. We will be competing against our fellow paddlers based on age, gender, boat class and speed/pace. Because clubs have different distances for their time trials, QLD will only use the distance to find the paddlers speed/pace. The results will be published on a website and Facebook page dedicated to the national club time trial competition. At this stage there are 9 QLD clubs participating, as well as other interstate clubs. We understand that there may be prizes involved as sponsorship of the series is being obtained. We should have more details soon. Gabrielle Hurley has kindly agreed to have the major input in collating and relating results.

 

The popular Wetspot summer time trials are about to kick off again for 2016-17. Thanks to the Wetspot crew for again supporting the summer series.

Details of the time trials, and the rules they are conducted under, are set out below.

DATES AND LOCATION: Time trials will commence on Wednesday, 19 October at Molonglo Reach (BGCC club house). Time trials will be conducted every Wednesday twilight until 14 December, resume again on Wednesday, 18 January 2017, with the final race and presentation on Wednesday, 22 March 2017 (final time trial date subject to confirmation of the 2017 marathon and paddlesports calendar).

TIME TRIAL AND BBQ VOLUNTEERS: We need volunteers to assist with timekeeping and the post-TT barbeque. Contact Russell at Russell Lutton to let us know when you are able to assist.

PARTICIPATION BY NON-BGCC/PNSW MEMBERS: Non-BGCC/PNSW paddlers are welcome to participate. However, for insurance purposes, they must to pay a $20 single event entry fee. This is a mandatory AC/PNSW requirement. 

SAFETY: The timekeeper is the final arbiter on whether it is safe to conduct time trials. Lifejackets are mandatory if you are under 14 years of age and/or if you are using club boats. It is highly recommended that all paddlers wear lifejackets.

TIME TRIAL FORMAT: There are three race distances to choose from: 

  • 1 lap (4.7km)*; 
  • 2 laps (9.4km)*; 
  • 3 laps (14.1km)* 

* distances might change slightly when we reset the course.

Paddlers must nominate which distance they intend to paddle and record their name, boat number, boat type (eg, K1, SUP, outrigger etc) on the relevant starting sheet. If you change boat class/SUP type during the time trial season—eg, swap from a TK1 to a K1—you must establish a new PB in the new boat type. Your points will not carry over from the other boat.

You must display a boat number so we can record your time. Boat number holders are available for sale at the club shed or at Wetspot. SUPers who can’t display a boat number must call their number to the timekeeper when crossing the finish line. 

Paddlers doing the two longer courses have the option of portaging at the end of lap 1 and the end of lap 2. Portages start from the pontoon to the right of the course before you reach the canoe polo court. Access the pontoon from either side and portage to the club beach via the grass to the left of the bike path. 

If you portage on your first lap, you are expected to do so on subsequent laps. Failure to comply with this will result in a 60 second addition to your time. Those paddlers who intend to paddle at major events in K1s and K2s should be portaging. Those doing portages will have a PB that includes portage time (you can’t improve your PB subsequently by not portaging). If you are going to portage please indicate this to the timekeepers when you sign on.

There will be three starts, five minutes apart

Start 1 (as close to 5.50pm as possible) for those doing 3 laps; 

Start 2 (5.55pm or five minutes after the first start) for those doing 2 laps. 

Start 3 (6pm or five minutes after the second start) for those doing 1 lap.

  • Your first race over your nominated distance in this year’s time trial series will establish your PB for that distance/boat type and earn you six points in the point score competition. 
  • If you beat your PB in a subsequent race (in the same boat type) you will earn nine points.
  • If you paddle within 2% of your PB in a subsequent race you will get six points. 
  • If you paddle outside your PB by more than 2% in a subsequent race you will get three points. 
  • If you do not complete your nominated distance, you will be given a DNF and one point. 
  • If you are the timekeeper or barbequer, you get six points and lots of commendation!
  • If you miss your nominated start time we will do all possible to work out a time from when you should have started. However, unless we can do this accurately, you may not receive an official elapsed time.
  • Double craft will earn a PB for each crew member. Points earned will be given to both paddlers as individuals. If the boat crew or double boat type changes, it is necessary to establish a new PB.
  • Points earned will be tallied and at season’s end there will be a prize given to the top point scorer. 

The start is in line with the blue and red buoys off the beach pontoon. Please warm up in the area east of the start.

Stay to the right of the course. White buoys indicate some known danger and some caution is required in that area. Paddlers must paddle to the right of the red/pink buoys. Turn at the yellow buoys (the first turn is on the river outside the Hospice the second is at the Monaro Highway Bridge (3rd/last bridge before the water ski area)). All turns are anticlockwise.

To have your time recorded you must finish to the right of the blue buoy off the club beach. Please don’t pass between the blue buoy and the beach unless you are finishing. This is an international rule and should be followed at club level. A one minute penalty will apply to paddlers who do not finish in this way.

Please be aware that the time trials attract paddlers of various abilities and confidence. Please be courteous to others. When passing slower paddlers tell them you are approaching and on which side you are going to pass. Give room to others on the turns and in the areas where there are potential hazards.

Should someone capsize, the accepted protocol is for other competitors to assist if required. If you assist a paddler who has a legitimate problem or who is in the water advise the timekeeper in order to have a time allowance made for providing assistance. 

For further information in the time trial series, contact the marathon convenor,  Russell Lutton.

 

Results and the cumulative pointscore will be published on the BGCC website as soon as possible after each time trial.

Find links to web sites and paddling related documents here.

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40th Burley Griffin Bash    Sunday 28th February 2016.

 

40th Burley Griffin Bash, 28th February, 2016. Short course Amalga-
Sunday             mated
                 
Course in 2016:             
Around Capt Cook Fountain, 2 islands, Kingston Red Buoy: up river to top turn; 2nd lap just heading up-river 
                 
Dist. Class sex Age Place Name(s) Time Club placings
30km OS1 M V55 1 Tony Hystek 2:30:30  LCRK 1
  OS1 M V55 2 Graeme Ison 2:56:43  BGCC 2
  MR1 M V55 1 Richard Barnes 3:00:40  Syd Uni 3
                 
  OS1 X V35 1 Kate Dawson/Steve Dawson 2:33:43  SSCC 1
  LR2 X V35 DNS Bob Turner/Kristy Benjamin DNS SSCC  
                 
                 
Course 2016:              
Across LBG, around two islands and return.      
13 km                
  K1 M Open 1 Lachlan Bakewell 1:03:04 HVPC 1
  K1 M V35 1 Craig Elliott 1:03:10 BGCC 2
  K1 M V45 1 Greg Hillier 1:13:36 HVPC 4
  K1 M V65 1 Paul Byrnes 1:11:29 HVPC 3
                 
  OS1 M V45 1 Malcolm Hall 1:07:22 BGCC 1
  OS1 M V45 2 Jonathan Taylor 1:19:12 None 2
  OS1 M V65 1 Bruce Kentwell 1:19:15 BGCC 3
  OS1 M V65 2 Robert Bruce 1:20:16 BGCC 4
                 
  MR1 M V55 1 Paul Kenny 2:04:42 WBCC 3
  MR1 M V65 1 Gerry Foster 1:19:18 None 1
  MR1 M V75 1 Basil Yule 1:51:36 BGCC 2
                 
  LR2 L V55 1 Patricia Ashton/Anne Cronin 1:15:31 BGCC 1
  LR2 M V65 1 Geoff Pickup/David Tongway 1:29:26 BGCC 2
                 
  TC1 M V65 1 Allan Newhouse 1:30:39 BGCC 1
  UNC1 M V55 2 Nick Hocking 1:50:29 BGCC 2