Skip to Content

JK 2019

Easter Weekend

the Finish strait glimpsed through the trees

the Finish strait glimpsed through the trees
Credit: Steve Rush

Last edited: Thu 25 Apr 2019

About 20 QO runners took part in this vibrant international competition in glorious weather. Provisional results have now been released.

JK 2019 website

*Contributions (reports or comments) welcomed!*

The tournament was held relatively close by, in North Hampshire, generally on quite physically tough army areas albeit quite pleasant ones at that!

Amongst us was a real mix of experience.


Steve R, Cold Ash

Steve R, Cold Ash
Credit: Steve Rush

Results by day

Day- eventVenueResults
1- sprintAldershot GarrisonQO results
All results
2- middleWindmill HillQO results
All results
3- longCold AshQO results
All results
4- relaysMinleyQO nearly vets
QO KATs
All results (pdf)

Combined Days 2 & 3

Based on total time for both days for the Middle and Long races:

Angela at Cold Ash

Angela at Cold Ash
Credit: Steve Rush

Long

In rough order of merit

NameAge ClassPosition/ of
Paul ChavasseM5527 / 101
Steve RobertsonM6522 / 76
Annabelle LewisW1213 / 25
Jeff PakesM45 43 / 72
Angela ModicaW4526 / 39
Oliver LewisM1221 / 30
Martin LewisM5092 / 104
Tom HaslerM188 / 9
Steve LysaczenkoM5591 / 101
Karen LewisW5057 / 63

Roger Dickey M65 and Jim Mallinson M70 (of SLOW) also ran but didn't register two qualifying scores. Sheila Braine W55 didn't run.


Julia R, Windmill Hill

Julia R, Windmill Hill
Credit: Steve Rush

Short

On the short course for each age group:

NameAge ClassPosition / of
Jim NickollsM5023 / 33
Julia RobertsonW6510 / 13

Chris Hasler M50 ran on the Middle race day only and Matthew Knipe M55 at the Long only.

Tate Modica didn't register two qualifying scores.

Colour-coded courses

For improvers...or those seeking a healthy discount on their event fees!

NameCoursePosition
Izzy LewisOrange7 / 21
Sarah HaslerLight Green27 / 52


Roger D, Aldershot Garrison

Roger D, Aldershot Garrison
Credit: Wendy Carlyle

Sprint - Aldershot

Selected results:

Andrew Page M14 32 / 54

Eleanor Hasler W14 27 / 43

Tom Hasler M18 Men's Open course 42 / 62

Samantha Marson W45 47/60


Tom, first runner for QO KATs

Tom, first runner for QO KATs
Credit: Wendy Carlyle

Relays

In the Mixed Ad Hoc relay, QO KATs (all wearing pink 'cat's ears' alice bands) had an impressive result, Tom Hasler, Annabelle Lewis and Karen Lewis (with Ollie) finishing 46 / 64.

Our Men's Senior team, QO Nearly Vets, of Jeff Pakes, Martin Lewis and Steve Robertson were disqualified!

Links

Our JK pages

Credits

Thanks to Wendy Carlyle and Steve Rush (BOK) for the photos.


Archived under: Events

Photo Gallery

click/tap photos for a larger version

Minley relays

Minley relays
Credit: Wendy Carlyle

Jim N, Cold Ash

Jim N, Cold Ash
Credit: Steve Rush

Tom

Tom
Credit: Steve Rush

The perfect stage

The perfect stage
Credit: Wendy Carlyle

Jk2019 Logo

Jk2019 Logo

Martin, at the Pre-O. (Or acting as the judge in a beard competition?)

Martin, at the Pre-O. (Or acting as the judge in a beard competition?)
Credit: Steve Rush

Paul C, Aldershot sprint

Paul C, Aldershot sprint
Credit: Steve Rush

Another finish strait

Another finish strait
Credit: Steve Rush

Chris H

Chris H
Credit: Steve Rush

Jeff, starting for QO Nearly Vets

Jeff, starting for QO Nearly Vets
Credit: Wendy Carlyle

Jeff (right), Minley relays

Jeff (right), Minley relays
Credit: Wendy Carlyle

Samantha M, Aldershot Garrison

Samantha M, Aldershot Garrison
Credit: Steve Rush

Sarah H, Aldershot

Sarah H, Aldershot
Credit: Steve Rush

Roger D, Aldershot

Roger D, Aldershot
Credit: Steve Rush