Cross Island Relay 2018

Another excellent day for running as the overnight rain ceased around 5.30am, which the leg 1 runners I’m sure were very thankful for (as were the course marshals and volunteers for that matter) and with cool temperature and light breeze this is as good as it gets.  All 90 teams turned up to collect the baton in the location of the public beach near Gun Bay, and after a brief from the starter the race was officially started at 2 minutes past 6am.

LEG 1 – The first leg of a relay race is just like any other race as everyone sets off at the same time and after the initial jostling for position runners settle into their rhythm. The first few minutes had Chadwick Webster (Mourant) taking the lead as he headed into the darkness at quite a pace and not far behind him was Will Edwards (345AC – MDR A). After a mile or so they were running together but into the second half of the leg the youthful Will pressed the accelerator and started putting some distance between himself and Chadwick who continued to push hard himself to ensure the gap did not get too large. By the end Will reached in a time of 23:03 and Chadwick was just over 30 seconds behind in 23:37. Meanwhile, marathon runner Phil Reed (CML Nova Breaking2 Project) was also running at an impressive pace and moved ahead of the chasing pack to finish in 24:36. The next runner crossing the line was Abraham Whittaker from another 345AC team (345AC Experience) in 25:07 with DJ Evans clipping his heels in 25:21. The fastest female Leg 1 runner was Marlie Du Toit (KPMG Getting Busy) in 28:31 with Catherine Hayward-Hughes (Ogiers Oracles 1) second quickest in 29:02. Kirstie Krypner (Walkers Running V2.0) third in 29:27.

LEG 2 – from this leg the teams are already spread out and for many runners there is no-one to run and keep company with and therefore it is more about pace judgment; do you start easy and try get quicker towards the end, or perhaps start faster and maintain the pace for as long as possible until you got little left and have to hang on for grim death over the last mile, or perhaps try running even paced through the 4 miles and hope to hit that sweet-spot for a personal best performance! There is no right answer as it depends on who is in front of you and whether you believe you can catch them, or perhaps someone is starting just after you and you don’t want to be overtaken by that dude. Back to the race – Will handed the baton to Tommy Kehoe who tried the ‘Go hard for as Long as you can’ tactic to put some distance between him and the guy chasing (Patrick Harfield) who had taken over from Chadwick. Patrick is one of the best distance runners in Cayman at the moment and used his experience to close the gap, which he achieved just before the water stop around half-way and went on to complete the fastest run of the day in a very impressive 22:29 giving Mourant a clear advantage by 4+ minutes from Tommy who completed in 27:12. The next fast time on this leg was achieved by Conrad Proud (FN Sports Club) moving his team into contention with William Peake (The HufflePuffs) third quickest leg 3 running in 26:53, and 4th was Andrew McLaughlin in 26:53. Fastest female was Gill Gordon (345AC – Gurls) 29:44 giving this team the lead in the ladies race. Gill’s time was a mere three seconds ahead of Elaine Anderson  (Walkers Running V2.0) 29:14 and Amy Dyer not far away in 29:22.

LEG 3 – very little decided the front two teams as both Andrew Keast (Mourant) and Victor Magalhaes (345AC MDR A) both ran 23:40 and the gap remained around 4 minutes at the sharp end. A great performance from last week’s ‘Stride’ half-marathon joint winner Esmond Brown who completed in 23:55 moving WNRC Smells Like Team Spirit through the ranks. This leg seemed to be a favourite with the ladies as Tiffany Cole (345AC Gurls) was not only the quickest leg 3 female in 25:32 but the fastest female of the day. Last week’s ladies Stride champ Olivia Shanks was next quickest female in 25:52 keeping F45 Trailblaizer maintaining the status Quo between the two top all female teams with 345AC edging it at this stage.

LEG 4 – The gap between the top teams was narrowed over this leg by two minutes as Levi Superville pulled out a 24:23 against Hayden Isbister’s 26:49, which certainly makes the race more interesting when teams are closely matched and fight it out for the top spot. The Stride Half-Mara seems to be the training ground for this race as the fastest leg 4 runner was the other joint winner Gregley Gayle who completed in 23:47. Fresh from a quick leg 3 Esmond Brown just had time to get his breath back change the bib number and was running leg 4 for his second team Appleby Slow Pacers and completed this leg in a very impressive 25:39. The quickest female was Carly Young (Red Sail Sport) in 29:40, Breda Meehan second in 30:02 and Isabella McGeough close behind in 30:23

LEG 5 – fresh from running a personal best 1,500 meters on the track on Saturday night (as were many of the teenagers running today) Juan Pablo Valerio grabbed the baton from Levi and having watched Marius Acker take the baton 1 minute and 35 seconds ahead of him, Pabbers must surely must have felt he had a huge mountain to climb as he saw Marius turn on to Shamrock Road – I can say from personal experience that once Marius goes past you at full speed there is very little you can do about it and you normally settle for second place. Fortunately (and not so much for Marius) Marius has been nursing injuries and is no-where near his best but wanted to help out his team as even and unfit Marius is better than most mere mortals when fully fit. I don’t know at what stage of the run Pabbers realised that he was closing the gap but he certainly performed out of his socks and completed as the fastest leg runner in 23:58, whilst Marius completed in 25:04 (second quickest leg 5 run) and the gap at the end was now just 39 seconds. Will Edwards is another who was running a second leg this time for Red Sail Sports and the third quickest 25:23. The top three ladies were Michelle Vinton (Harmonic 1) in 26:47, Brigette Shine (PWC Crafting a Dream) in 29:59 and Gill Gordon (F45 Cayman) running a second leg in 30:00 and this team ahead of her other team – hedging your bets eh!

LEG 6 – I appreciate there were lots of mini-battles between teams during each leg especially between the corporate teams, and watching the day’s activities it seems that you all enjoyed the tussles between teams and individuals, with the odd bit of banter.  After just over 2 hours of racing Mourants were leading as Greg Meaker took the baton from Marius and off he went down South Sound. Juan Pablo was sprinting towards the changeover point and thrust the baton to Derek Larner who set off to chase and try close the gap – similar to last year’s relay except the gap was bigger and Derek failed to close it. For those of you who have been the chaser you know what I’m saying when it is much easier to chase someone if you can actually see them as it gives you a bit of hope if you see that gap shrinking. Conversely, if you are the one being chased… now we go back to the earlier tactics. Do you go hard as possible to kill the “hope” the chaser might have of catching you, or perhaps start slowly and let the chaser run hard to catch you and when they reach you, you pick up speed and see if they can maintain it, or perhaps just ignore everything around you, switch off and run your own pace and what will be will be!  Greg may not have realised that the gap between the top two was so close as he did not attempt to go out hard as he might have otherwise done. Derek decided to chase quite hard in the hope of closing the gap and then it was a matter of hanging on for dear life. To his surprise he could see the gap closing with every stride and two sub 6 minute miles the gap was just a few seconds with 2 miles to go. When you catch a runner, it is tempting to slow down and try catch your breath but the problem is when you try to speed back up and your legs are having none of it. Derek has ran the leg 6 of the Cross Island Relay at least 10 times and has tried every approach and today decided the best tactic was not to slow down but go past hard as possible and hold the pace for as long as possible and try put some daylight between the teams, which paid off. The last mile was very hard but Greg was unable to respond and in the end to gap was just over 2 minutes.

In the Corporate division there was battle for 3rd and 4th place as Daniel Cargill (Harmonic 1) put in a decent effort of 27:31 but is was not enough to take third place from KPMG Getting Busy (Marlie du Toit, Heath Hellenberg, Kevin Gibney, Roman Dagesh, Adam McSharry-Downie and Richard Kerr) as Richard hung on over leg 6 doing enough to secure the podium finish. Mark Tilley also had a decent run in 27:13 to secure second corporate team for Red Sail Sports (Chase Young, Bill Edwards, Doug Anderson, Carly Young, Will Edwards and Mark Tilley) but the winners of this years corporate team went to Walkers Running (Andrew Barker, Hugh Anderson, Chris Brett Young, James Murrie, Theo Lefkos and Peter Kendall) with Peter Kendall running a quick leg in 25:37. 

In the ladies race it was WNRC Miles to Martinis who came in third thanks to the combined efforts of Nicola Freeth, Jasmine Brown, Carole Sttewart, Jalene Cruz, Marion Pandohie and Anya Park). The ladies top two had swapped a number of times but by the end is was 345AC Gurls in second place with Kiara McLaughlin, Gill Gordon, Tiffany Cole, Mikaeyla Dacres, Charlotte Kerr and Ava Hider, and the winner this year was F45 Trailblazer with Leanne Thorne, Amy Dyer, Olivia Shanks, Breeda Meehan, Gill Gordon and Evelin Ritch.

There trophies for the top five teams – in fifth place was 345AC Jams with Josh Weaver, Adam Godfrey, Oisin McGeough, James Crooks, Pierre Sokohl and Charles Sokohl. Fourth place was 345AC Experience with Abraham Whitakker, Rowan Mclean, Sherlock Brooks, Fabian McCallum, Donjae Blake and Okeeve Hamilton.

Third place was WNRC with Ben Strageway, Jason Deamer, Esmond Brown, Tom Cowling, Toby Bowles and Matt Volkwyn. Second was Mourant with Chadwick Webster, Patrick Harfield, Andrew Keast, Levi Superville, Juan Pablo Valerio and Derek Larner

Big thanks to Fidelity Bank for sponsoring the event, to the Hash House Harriers for organising and a big thanks to all volunteers for making the day work.

Full results below. Note some batons were not changed over the mat, or simply did not register.

PlaceBibTeamTeam TimeLeg 1Leg 2Leg 3Leg 4Leg 5Leg 6Division
146345 AC Mdr A2:26:39.2423:03.7027:12.5723:40.9324:23.8223:58.5624:19.68Open
377WNRC Smells Like Team Spirit2:38:07.7827:00.6727:56.3423:55.6028:29.7025:34.5025:10.98Open
488Walkers Running2:40:01.8427:53.3827:24.3925:33.6627:28.2726:04.9525:37.20Corporate
56345 AC Experience2:43:21.7025:07.4528:10.3027:03.0129:49.2226:41.2926:30.46Open
649Red Sail Sports2:46:45.2827:12.8829:11.5728:03.1329:40.0425:23.9127:13.76Corporate
772345 AC The Jams2:50:34.9127:26.7428:01.9028:12.1028:47.4629:42.3728:24.37Open
879FN Sports Club2:53:33.1129:00.0525:37.3726:35.7026:45.8735:15.4930:18.66Open
956Aegis 32:54:06.9334:21.0929:32.4929:18.8723:47.2628:56.8728:10.38Open
1045KPMG Getting Busy2:54:50.0528:31.2628:46.4228:25.0828:08.6425:48.6035:10.06Corporate
1182Harmonic 12:56:18.8129:55.2230:25.2527:43.4333:56.0626:47.0827:31.79porate
129F45 Trailblazer2:58:32.6132:45.8029:22.7525:52.2330:02.9330:00.5030:28.43All Female
1325345 AC Gurls2:59:35.2631:59.3929:11.4425:32.0431:28.5534:12.6127:11.25All Female
1487Walkers Running V2.03:00:38.7229:27.9329:14.80 27:09.81e 33:08.25e30:37.1631:00.79Corporate
1523F45 Cayman3:02:30.4430:36.6830:56.2830:57.0728:20.2729:46.5231:53.64Open
172PWC Stella And The Lads3:03:44.7626:38.6229:43.8027:25.1438:51.0630:32.0430:34.13Corporate
1820Cross Feet 7mile3:04:16.5030:22.8231:44.1932:52.4431:45.0529:21.1028:10.92Open
1959Victorius Secrets3:09:30.3930:29.5332:29.9332:44.7032:03.3830:21.2231:21.65Open
2090Aon Focal Eile3:10:06.4330:40.7731:35.9327:33.6334:40.6736:45.5728:49.88Corporate
2126345 AC The Muppets3:10:12.1728:23.8826:53.0639:19.6730:23.3234:51.5630:20.69Open
2242Deloitte Men3:10:50.1738:20.8535:34.4229:18.8327:50.7330:37.4529:07.91Corporate
2324Kensington Rockets3:11:28.0729:38.82 30:05.72e 30:11.23e35:56.2534:07.2131:28.86Corporate
244PWC Partners3:12:10.7133:14.1035:46.4431:31.7431:29.0731:20.1828:49.21Corporate
2535Grant Thornton Too Big To Fail!3:14:58.7529:54.6030:35.1033:17.7332:56.7233:39.9934:34.62Corporate
2650Dartians On The Run3:15:31.3025:21.84 25:21.84e 31:25.84e41:27.4031:25.4533:10.43Corporate
2747Aureum Re3:16:04.2032:56.5032:31.1935:28.9835:21.9328:04.5731:41.07Corporate
2817Movers For Life Inspiration3:16:09.5427:44.9833:19.0730:26.3437:43.2335:30.9931:24.96Open
2963345 AC The Flying Pigs3:16:22.8432:01.5934:43.0331:16.7836:30.3531:25.5430:25.57Open
3011Galloping Genesis3:17:32.3731:27.7831:12.1633:08.6935:54.2530:14.4235:35.08Open
3175WNRC Miles To Martinis3:17:37.1530:25.3334:03.2433:20.2532:52.4433:09.8033:46.12All Female
3210Rawlinson & Hunters3:18:15.3032:22.5137:05.6629:16.3728:56.6237:36.7432:57.42Corporate
331PWC Old Man Runners3:18:23.2028:57.3227:04.3930:09.3838:54.4034:22.3338:55.41Corporate
3436Ritz Carlton Lions3:18:46.2433:35.2038:20.9031:40.5129:16.1633:53.7631:59.74Corporate
3521Crossfit 7 Hour3:19:14.9935:30.7428:18.0833:10.0334:25.0230:09.8737:41.29Open
3686CML Nova Breaking2 Project3:19:36.1624:36.3628:23.0729:10.2333:08.4548:53.1735:24.91Corporate
3741F45 Team Training3:20:51.3028:51.8935:29.5631:18.9829:27.1737:31.0938:12.63Open
3848Red Sail Catamaran Crew3:22:27.8838:26.9333:56.0935:20.3028:54.2134:36.5431:13.84Corporate
3976WNRC Scrambled Leggs And Achin’3:22:56.8038:47.2334:11.7537:03.0233:45.4629:51.8829:17.49Open
407Girls In Limbo3:23:16.0933:03.4733:29.3032:09.7436:33.4035:10.1132:50.09All Female
4181Girls That Flu3:23:22.0130:21.9734:34.7335:32.3431:02.1837:46.0634:04.74All Female
4234Easy Does It3:24:10.0334:19.5134:01.4031:54.4530:46.2037:46.9235:21.57Open
4422The Hufflepuffs3:25:00.4834:28.0526:39.8932:51.7841:33.5335:01.6234:25.65Corporate
4562Dart AIG3:27:08.7034:09.0935:57.1929:22.0931:26.4840:03.1636:10.71Corporate
4660Team F453:27:29.6535:20.8133:12.6636:23.5433:23.0232:56.8036:12.83Open
4740Kalahari Veldmuise (kpmg)3:27:56.9735:41.6432:37.7337:12.3635:59.0432:27.3633:58.87Corporate
4880Grumpy Old Men3:28:09.9541:22.5933:22.2833:47.9934:21.2933:37.9831:37.85Open
5030Ogier Oracles 13:29:48.0429:02.6900:28:16.1700:32:19.2100:40:08.9500:46:11.4933:49.55Corporate
5132Mufg Team 13:30:37.3333:30.6200:47:39.6200:27:52.6600:35:34.7400:34:42.4531:17.26Corporate
5254Aegis 13:30:51.5836:39.8100:41:22.5900:39:58.8300:31:06.2500:27:38.1534:05.97Open
5366Flying Monkeys3:31:02.4338:33.2600:35:09.8300:36:51.1600:40:30.1800:29:41.8730:16.14Open
5437Catch Us If You Can3:31:11.8139:47.17 31:20.38e 36:35.45e00:35:13.5500:38:19.0629:56.23Open
5583Harmonic 23:31:20.2837:55.9500:32:23.1200:31:01.7700:41:24.7100:38:46.7729:47.97Corporate
5661Six Pack3:32:10.8933:33.6700:35:32.5000:36:34.9200:32:39.6300:40:45.7433:04.46Open
573PWC Bitcavians3:32:11.1035:31.64e00:29:36.45e00:33:03.3700:35:51.7900:44:12.5733:35.29Corporate
5885A Pack Of Accountants3:32:59.9933:58.7400:32:54.1300:38:41.0000:36:19.2700:35:03.4836:03.39Corporate
5967Chicken Feet Pinoy Runner3:33:09.9935:52.3200:35:35.2300:44:44.3300:36:25.5400:30:18.6130:13.97Open
6038Deloitte Women3:35:25.6238:20.2400:35:35.3800:42:37.5300:34:22.0500:33:31.3630:59.08Corporate
6184WNRC Brits On The Rum3:36:30.6834:18.7800:41:25.0100:33:07.2700:37:45.7600:28:12.0341:41.85Open
6212Mourant Ozannes3:37:39.3635:00.7000:39:12.0000:43:14.0400:30:40.6700:30:11.3639:20.61Corporate
6378Maplesfs Sharks3:38:51.3633:11.3000:32:07.7800:34:01.7200:37:31.1000:34:15.0447:44.45Corporate
6458Dames Of Thrones3:40:09.7432:47.0500:36:55.0400:34:14.5800:44:50.9400:38:33.0332:49.13All Female
658CIS Perspires3:40:21.8639:01.8600:37:25.1000:32:48.6100:35:25.4200:31:13.8344:27.05All Female
6670Maplesfs Hawks3:40:29.8740:16.5600:33:52.1100:37:51.4900:33:38.9700:42:05.6732:45.09Corporate
6715Movers For Life Conquerors3:41:39.4737:15.8000:38:47.6300:38:19.8400:35:11.8700:37:41.9634:22.39Open
6889Lendage Cookies3:43:25.2232:59.4300:45:48.2200:43:35.2800:35:18.5700:34:33.0731:10.68Open
6933MUFG Fitsubishi3:45:29.2037:29.7100:38:16.6200:39:43.0900:38:27.6300:36:04.7735:27.41Corporate
7069Girls On The Run3:45:36.2036:48.8000:39:24.9100:41:26.7900:38:50.6900:37:50.4231:14.61All Female
7139Relay Rollers3:46:48.5137:41.4100:30:49.1100:39:03.0500:37:15.9500:44:39.6537:19.36All Female
7231Ogier Oracles 23:48:26.8729:02.2500:31:23.7100:40:24.0300:41:02.0900:51:19.7735:15.05Corporate
7316Movers For Life Go Getters3:49:50.3230:37.8300:50:00.9600:36:25.3200:36:30.3500:45:22.1030:53.77Open
7471Cayman Cruisers3:50:03.6042:41.8400:40:46.7900:44:38.0800:36:16.6100:32:35.8733:04.43Open
7527Appleby Slow Pacers3:50:08.0535:07.5100:49:21.3400:36:57.5800:25:39.7500:38:06.1744:55.72Corporate
7651Knock Out Fitness3:51:46.5432:28.3200:28:15.6700:39:04.4300:45:17.2200:42:00.4144:40.51Open
7757McGrath Tonner3:53:45.9031:41.6800:36:15.6700:31:33.8800:39:11.4600:47:50.2747:12.97Corporate
7874WNRC Girl Power3:53:46.9638:12.9400:37:12.1000:33:18.3900:44:11.6700:46:31.8734:20.01All Female
7953CUC Striders 13:54:56.8731:42.4400:44:59.0400:44:15.3700:37:26.8000:43:18.3833:14.86Corporate
805PWC Crafting A Dream3:55:33.9137:25.3400:42:03.7100:37:38.9000:43:23.7600:29:59.8145:02.41Corporate
8164Pata Team4:00:42.2136:22.4800:38:34.7400:38:49.7200:42:11.7000:39:47.8944:55.70Open
8355Aegis 24:03:19.1239:21.1900:33:04.7200:43:28.9600:47:02.1900:43:00.1737:21.90Open
8413RSM Cayman Ltd.4:03:34.3535:05.5500:40:41.8500:38:11.2600:53:27.9100:42:56.1433:11.65Corporate
8565CUC Striders 34:09:12.6932:04.5700:56:21.8700:47:38.3600:33:24.3100:36:21.8043:21.80Corporate
8618Movers For Life Motivators4:10:49.2441:31.1400:36:32.9500:38:44.7900:43:20.2200:47:51.1742:49.00Open
8714Movers For Life Boot Camp4:18:23.5938:50.6400:45:57.7500:36:44.3600:43:00.8300:50:18.0943:31.93Open
8829The Frequent Flyers4:33:40.7441:38.9100:47:32.0800:51:51.7000:44:59.0500:52:24.4935:14.55Open
8968CUC Striders 24:59:48.9954:37.3100:55:39.4100:42:36.9600:53:00.3200:42:49.8451:05.16Corporate
9019Movers For Life Never Give Up5:15:13.3244:28.8100:52:39.0500:46:39.0900:58:08.2301:03:23.6549:54.50Open
Runner 1Leg 1
Will Edwards23:03.70
Chadwick Webster23:37.51
Phil Reed24:36.36
Abraham Whittaker25:07.45
Darrel Evans25:21.84
Sean Lilley26:38.62
Ben Strangeway27:00.67
Chase Young27:12.88
Josh Weaver27:26.74
Paul Williams27:44.98
Andrew Barker27:53.38
Wyatt Bodden28:23.88
Marlie Du Toit28:31.26
Jason Fitzgerald28:51.89
Ricardo Agrella28:57.32
Jeff Jakubiak29:00.05
Daniel Hayward-Hughes29:02.25
Catherine Hayward Hughes29:02.69
Kirstie Krypner29:27.93
George Gorham29:38.82
Hugh Dickson29:54.60
Alex Johnson29:55.22
Warren Keens29:56.87
Jenny Coleman30:21.97
Scott Ruby30:22.82
Nicola Freeth30:25.33
Keith Doyle30:29.53
Barry-John Goude30:36.68
Randy Andrew30:37.83
Bryan Fitzgerald30:40.77
Paul Smith31:27.78
Chris Leedam31:41.68
Corey Miller31:42.44
Kiara McLaughlin31:59.39
Andrew Peene32:01.59
Alvin Calub32:04.57
Robbie Cribb32:22.51
Emily Belo32:28.32
Gabriela Zilio32:44.43
Leanne Thorne32:45.80
Cynthia Hew32:47.05
Kristen Lomas32:56.50
Wendy Lennon32:59.43
Lisa Kehoe33:03.47
Jarladth Travers33:11.30
Peter Small33:14.10
Carole Stewart33:30.62
Karina McDermot33:33.67
Doris Avalos33:35.20
Chris Gauk33:58.74
Jan Feik34:09.09
Harriet Waterhouse34:18.78
Astrid De Castro34:19.51
Richard Jones34:21.09
James Elliott34:28.05
Adam Barrie35:00.70
Molly Cribb35:05.55
Marit Hudson35:07.51
Toni Pinkerton35:20.81
Mark Cook35:30.74
Louw Pretorius35:41.64
Enda McMahon35:51.64
Raquel Santoyo35:52.32
Jeffrey Ganzales36:22.48
Lizette Yearwood36:39.81
Janet Gardner36:48.80
Marcia Robinson37:15.80
Caitlin Mathiassen37:25.34
Benedicto Benito37:29.71
Cally Daly37:41.41
Sarah Ramkhelawan37:55.95
Caroline Courtis38:12.94
Laura Abel38:20.24
Johann Van Huyssteen38:20.85
Dave Styeemson38:26.93
Erno Virag38:33.26
Erica Lam38:47.23
Paul Puckerin38:50.64
Kristine Hankins39:01.86
Marsha Eleweanya39:21.19
Karen Ford39:47.17
Peter Huber40:16.56
Jacqueline Terry40:24.01
Marcelo Magalhaes41:22.59
Maria Leonce41:31.14
Bielka Andrews41:38.91
Lyneth Monteith42:41.84
Valeria Masis43:07.32
Yvette Stubbs44:28.81
Tracey Hydes54:37.31
Runner 2Leg 2
Patrick Harfield22:29.11
Conrad Proud25:37.37
William Peak26:39.89
Andrew McLaughlin26:53.06
Richard Wainwright27:04.39
Tommy Kehoe27:12.57
Hugh Anderson27:24.39
Jason Deamer27:56.34
Adam Godfrey28:01.90
Rowan McLean28:10.30
Cesar Rico Aparil28:15.67
Bradley Kryger28:16.17
Hugh McCaffrey28:18.08
Ryan Gosse28:23.07
Heath Hellenberg28:46.42
Gill Gordon29:11.44
Bill Edwards29:11.57
Elaine Anderson29:14.80
Ronaldo Custodio29:19.03
Amy Dyer29:22.75
Marco Miranda29:32.49
Thomas Timoney29:36.45
Hugo Van Rensberg29:43.80
Ryan Schroeder29:48.02
Claude Plamondon30:05.72
Toby Buist30:25.25
Michal Segal30:35.10
Alex Bartlett30:49.11
Mike Scott30:56.28
Paul Drake31:12.16
Flip Du Plessis31:20.38
Giorgio Subiotto31:23.71
Robert Weekley31:25.84
Howard Byrne31:35.93
Angela Czarnocki31:44.19
Scott Somerville32:07.78
Nish Vora32:23.12
Alex Goulden32:29.93
Ian Lomas32:31.19
Sarah Wium32:37.73
Chris Gauk32:54.13
Shomari Blake33:04.72
Emma Santiago33:12.66
Everton Ellis33:19.07
Padraig Hoaire33:22.28
Edel Anderson33:29.30
Jeffrey Powery33:52.11
Chris Torrie33:56.09
Megan Dand34:01.40
Jasmine Brown34:03.24
Michael Green34:11.75
Wendy Gaze34:34.73
Ben Vagniez34:43.03
Violetta Pusztai35:09.83
Sami Peene35:29.56
Jean Crossan35:32.50
Eben Nel35:34.42
Jonathan Clet35:35.23
Yvonne Conradie35:35.38
Damian Pentney35:46.44
Jacqueline Thomson35:57.19
Daniel Aquino36:10.02
Kirsty Leedam36:15.67
Jose Contreras36:32.95
Mike McWatt36:48.25
Traci Bradley36:55.04
Edward Ford37:05.66
Sam Farrel37:12.10
Julia Meyerhoff37:25.10
Joshua Lee38:16.62
Alexandra Anitoaie38:20.90
Christianette Amido38:34.74
Paula Ford38:47.63
Jaclyn Mannheim39:12.00
Sinead Lynch39:24.91
Warren Goosen40:41.85
Corinne Glasgow40:46.79
Gina Argenzio41:22.59
Jen Stranegway41:25.01
Marique Cloete42:03.71
Raymond Barnes44:59.04
Emma Jane Cooke45:48.22
Paula Erskine45:57.75
John Andrews47:32.08
Anneka Bavalia47:39.62
Daniella Bodden49:21.34
Nadine Jones50:00.96
Sadie Nelson52:39.05
Kanika Gupta55:39.41
Anika Conolly56:21.87
Runner 3Leg 3
Andrew Keast23:40.67
Victor Magalhaes23:40.93
Esmond Brown23:55.60
Tiffany Cole25:32.04
Chris Brett Young25:33.66
Olivia Shanks25:52.23
Marlon Crowe26:35.70
Sherlock Brooks27:03.01
Tom Hagger27:09.81
Richard Brinkis27:25.14
Tom Byrne27:33.63
Deon Slabbert27:43.43
Alan Kennedy27:52.66
Doug Anderson28:03.13
Oisin McGeough28:12.10
Kevin Gibney28:25.08
Graham Blyth29:10.23
Martin Trott29:16.37
James Birkett29:18.83
Corne Gouws29:18.87
Jordan Haye29:22.09
Charlotte Cloete29:54.71
Brian Munro30:09.38
Tom Dillon30:11.23
Winston Sobers30:26.34
David Fiebig30:57.07
Jason Keating31:01.77
Seb Bjuro31:16.78
Richard Mansi31:18.98
Colin Hanson31:31.74
Mike Waugh31:33.88
Sandu Magheran31:40.51
Lauren Christie31:54.45
Michelle Bailey32:09.74
Emma Sutherland32:19.21
Moses Ebanks32:40.35
Simon Raftopolous32:44.70
Mary Martin32:48.61
Nick Hoffman32:51.78
Jay Sneah32:52.44
Julise de Wet33:03.37
Jessica Waller33:07.27
Roger Priaulx33:08.69
Joanna Poyssick33:10.03
Samuel Ouriach33:17.73
Nicola Freeth33:18.39
Carole Stewart33:20.25
Aaron Haylock33:25.76
Derek Haines33:47.99
Gary Redfern34:01.72
vangie Steen34:14.58
Manuela Alves35:02.26
Matt Moss35:20.30
Ciaran Morgan35:28.98
Jamie Blake35:32.34
Joanne Lawson36:23.54
Richard Jones36:25.32
Alicia Robinson36:34.92
Tania Bisset36:35.45
Sophia Williams36:44.36
Niki Szutsuszcri36:51.16
Dean Bennett36:57.58
James Lunn37:03.02
Chantelle Erasmus37:12.36
Chantal Cominos37:38.90
David Mungall37:51.49
Zach Sheridan38:11.26
Zenobia Bradley38:19.84
Darren Jack38:41.00
Yensi Contreras38:44.79
Wilma Fernandez38:49.72
Stellerie Noyons39:03.05
Daniel Foley39:04.43
Brennan Vavra39:19.67
Mark Sweetman39:43.09
Marlon Soriano39:58.83
Abi Wilding40:24.03
Simone Sheehan41:26.79
Allison Hydes42:36.96
Devina Signh42:37.53
Jordyn Williams43:14.04
Lisa Parks43:28.96
Kim Grandage43:35.28
Siska Putri44:04.90
Judith Bennett44:15.37
Lilly Bodden44:38.08
Ma Theresa Obispo44:44.33
Karina Barrantes46:39.09
Careen Craig47:38.36
Charles Gilman51:51.70
Runner 4Leg 4
Gregley Gayle23:47.26
Levi Superville24:23.82
Esmond Brown25:39.75
Kendall Ebanks26:45.87
Hayden Isbister26:49.18
James Murrie27:28.27
Jason Trautman27:50.73
Roman Dagesh28:08.64
Ronan O’Keeffe28:20.27
Tom Cowling28:29.70
James Crooks28:47.46
Joe Paolone28:54.21
Kevin Huys28:56.62
Tobias Muchene29:16.16
Mark Walley29:27.17
Carly Young29:40.04
Fabian McCallum29:49.22
Breda Meehan30:02.93
Isabella McGeough30:23.32
Vikram Dookhy30:24.39
Shane Donovan30:40.67
Paul Smith30:43.80
Brandon Copici30:46.20
Rebekah Brooks31:02.18
Gandhi Inturi31:06.25
Oliver Close31:26.48
Mikaeyla Dacres31:28.55
Charles Bolland31:29.07
Shane Delaney31:45.05
Michael Padarin32:03.38
Conrad Gough32:39.63
Jalene Cruz32:52.44
Alan Shek32:56.72
Melissa Lim33:08.25
Tim Womack33:08.45
Danny Santiago33:23.02
Jeremy Ebanks33:24.31
Dalton Watler33:38.97
Ileann Powery33:45.46
Gary Quigley33:56.06
Derek Haines34:21.29
Tracy Payne34:22.05
Brian Eden34:25.02
Chris Fenn34:40.67
Chris Dingsdale35:11.87
Oscar Herrera35:13.55
James Grandage35:18.57
Rachel Funk35:21.93
Jessica Mittelman35:25.42
Kennedy Mutanga35:34.74
Dolf de Wet35:51.79
Lee Hart35:54.25
Sally Munro35:56.25
Gerda Strydom35:59.04
Dimitri Bodden36:16.61
Lauren Nelson36:19.27
Jojo Besana36:25.54
Declan Van Dam36:30.35
Karan Andrew36:30.35
Rebecca Hayward36:33.40
Janine van Huyssteen37:15.95
Sylvester Coleman37:26.80
Elizabeth Muschamp37:31.10
Daniel Campbell37:43.23
Ian Dawson37:45.76
Stephanie Lawson38:27.63
Sinead Byrne38:50.69
Yen Yeo Wong38:51.06
Jeremy Hadley38:54.40
Chelsie Inniss39:11.46
Anna Pusztai39:19.00
Tara Thompson40:08.95
Emma Graham-Taylor41:02.09
Roberto Toffoli41:09.15
Richardt Nortier41:24.71
Michelle Veldhoven41:27.40
Jessica Jurgens41:33.53
Rochelle Protacio42:11.70
Paul Inniss43:00.83
Celia Hydes43:20.22
Melanie Snyman43:23.76
Jo Bond44:11.67
Sarah Neven44:50.94
Vanessa Gilman44:59.05
Rogerio Pitta45:17.22
Liz Weber47:02.19
Randy Mellaneo53:00.32
Felix Caserial53:27.91
Charles Best58:08.23
Runner 5Leg 5
Juan Pablo Valerio23:58.56
Marius Acker25:04.77
Will Edwards25:23.91
Toby Bowles25:34.50
Adam McSharry-Downie25:48.60
Theo Lefkos26:04.95
Abraham Whittaker26:41.29
Michelle Vinton26:47.08
San Jay Gayle27:38.15
Alex Lacombe28:04.57
Ben Strangeway28:12.03
Robert Powell28:56.87
Brett Sepi29:21.10
Enrico Carmassi29:41.87
Pierre Sokohl29:42.37
Michael Diamond29:46.52
Matt O’Keefe29:51.88
Brigitte Shine29:59.81
Gill Gordon30:00.50
Mikhail Bakalov30:09.87
Alex Last30:11.36
Jonathan hawkes30:14.42
Janro Pederan30:18.61
Tim Bradley30:21.22
Charlie Freeman30:32.04
Martin Davies30:37.16
Jim Gladysz30:37.45
Jayme Farrell31:13.83
Simon Conway31:20.18
Chris Palmer31:25.45
Culainn Lynch31:25.54
Marco Gaspar31:51.28
Evert Brunekreef32:11.32
Van Zyl Fourie32:27.36
Daniel Novak32:35.87
Anthony Lawson32:56.80
Marion Pandohie33:09.80
Kirsten Cellier33:31.36
Andrew Tyson33:37.98
Simon Garnett33:39.99
Sasinathan Raju33:53.76
Genevieve Georgiades34:07.21
Charlotte Kerr34:12.61
Warren Hartley34:15.04
David Lilley34:22.33
Chris Lennon34:33.07
Morne Duploy34:36.54
Leo Kassam34:42.45
Doireann Lynch34:51.56
Paul Madden35:01.62
Jeff Short35:03.48
Claire Lloyd-Hickey35:10.11
Alexandr Conolly35:15.49
Edwin Machingambi35:30.99
Jason Perras36:04.77
Richard Hew36:21.80
Brad Weyer36:45.57
Zack Jones37:31.09
Mark Edmunds37:36.74
Myron Blair37:41.96
Elaine Whitefield37:46.06
Kim Dennison37:46.92
Caoire Kennedy37:50.42
Raymond Ebanks38:05.21
Christian Victory38:06.17
Alexandra Ebanks38:19.06
Janet Doyle38:33.03
Brianna Hydes38:46.77
Julie Cuartero39:47.89
Jamie-Lauren McTaggart40:03.16
Richard Saculles40:11.29
Julie Cumber40:45.74
Priscila Martin42:00.41
Bianca Anderson42:05.67
Vincent Mosley42:49.84
Kirby Ballecer42:56.14
Joanna Haynes43:00.17
Tony Hancock43:18.38
Cristian Crescente44:12.57
Kate Bosman44:39.65
Chris-Lobain Wedderburn45:22.10
Aveana Watler46:11.49
Debbie Mitchell46:31.87
Alex Davies47:50.27
Patricia Muschette47:51.17
Rosie Ryan48:53.17
Charmane Dalhouse50:18.09
Kara Rankine51:19.77
Sarah Tatum52:24.49
Deborah Ebanks63:23.65
Runner 6Leg 6
Derek Larner24:19.68
Matt Volkwyn25:10.98
Peter Kendall25:37.20
Okeeve Hamilton26:30.46
Ava Hider27:11.25
Greg Meaker27:12.70
Mark Tilley27:13.76
Daniel Cargill27:31.79
Barni Bakaro28:10.38
James Murray28:10.92
Charles Sokohl28:24.37
Richard Pooley28:49.21
Quintin Smuts28:49.88
Geoff Cornwall29:00.69
Alex Verreault29:07.91
Chris Sutton29:17.49
David Byrne29:47.97
Karen Dyck29:56.23
Cesar Rico Aparil30:13.97
Erno Virag30:16.14
Mike Stevens30:18.66
Kiara McLaughlin30:20.69
Clancy Hannon30:25.57
Evelin Ritch30:28.43
Adam Leak30:34.13
Paul Williams30:53.77
Kelsey Jackson30:59.08
Joe Williams31:00.79
Martin Cooke31:10.68
Gio Muller31:13.84
Jennifer Coleman31:14.61
Paul Skinner31:17.26
Mike Mannisto31:21.65
Jeromoni Patrice31:24.96
Jaco Smit31:27.49
Mike Almendarez31:28.86
Ronaldo Custodio31:37.85
David Brosnan31:41.07
Murray McGregor31:53.64
Vilas Kotawale31:59.74
Michael Oldfield32:45.09
Catriona McKinnon32:49.13
Kirsten McMillan32:50.09
Brian O’Malley32:57.42
Kevin Connolly33:04.43
Radames Tognazzo33:04.46
David Fiebig33:10.43
Sharnelle Byles33:11.65
Stephen Baker33:14.86
Ben Jones33:35.29
Anya Park33:46.12
Ross Wilding33:49.55
Juan-Claude Delport33:58.87
Emily Harrison34:04.74
Yolande Lopez34:05.97
Vlad Logvinov34:11.68
Julia Mayerhoff34:20.01
Edgar Bennett34:22.39
Aoife Madden34:25.65
James Hutchings34:34.62
Richard Kerr35:10.06
Tom Gaw35:14.55
Oliver Goodwin35:15.05
Sam Hennings35:21.57
Vinny Donnelly35:24.91
Jessica Deegenaars35:27.41
Marcus Cubillo35:35.08
Louise Somers36:03.39
Kyle Mason36:10.71
Chris Duggan36:12.83
Mim Mc-Sharry Downie37:19.36
Cheri Langston37:21.90
Sarah Gavin37:41.29
Grecia Iuculano38:12.63
Jason Horton38:55.41
Brennan Ebanks39:20.61
Neil Bandiola40:07.27
Maggie Dawson41:41.85
Maria Blandford42:49.00
Cordell Gutierres43:21.80
Shena Ebanks43:31.93
Cheriyln Sutherland44:27.05
Yendy Gonzalez44:40.51
Alex Abat44:55.70
Jeremy Snead44:55.72
Mari-Lize Booyens45:02.41
Ben Tonner47:12.97
Marline Williams47:44.45
Luraine Dunkley49:54.50
Peter Williams51:05.16

The Cayman Islands’ Hash House Harriers present its annual relay race across Grand Cayman the first Sunday of February. Teams of 6 runners complete a leg of 4 miles each carrying a baton, the first leg starting in the area of Gun Bay at 6am (so Leg 1 runner be prepared to run in the dark for 20-25 minutes) and finishes the other side of East End. Leg 2 runner takes over the baton and continues along Sea View Road and finishes just before reach Frank Sound Road. Leg 3 takes over just as the route reaches Bodden Town.

Leg 4 ends in Savannah, whilst the final changeover between leg runners 5-6 is on the closed road where Durty Reids used to be.

For more information about the Hash House Harriers, please click the link