Pirates' Week 5k 2018


Another great race to start the Pirates' Week with some good runners competing at the front. The 5k race starts outside Bar Crudo (one of the sponsors) with runners heading out of town on South Church Street with the turn-round off Antoinette Drive and back into to town.

Once the race started at 5.30pm, the visitor from the UK Ryan Poingdestre set a blistering pace with defending champion Patrick Harfield wondering whether he was legit  and should he force the pace to stay with him. The race settled down and the two runners gradually pulled away from the young track starts Michael Smikle, Juan Pablo Valerio and Levi Superville and at the half way mark Ryan turned in 8:27 with Patrick 3 seconds adrift. The group of three were a further 15 seconds behind in around 8:45. In the ladies race it was Tiffany Cole accompanied by two of her 345AC team-mates Wyatt Bodden and Josh Weaver along with Javier Perez. In second was Ava Hider who was a little of pace and running on hner own.

This 5k is often tougher on the way back as there is usually a headwind that takes thge stuffing out of you so rarely does one have a negative split on this course. only a couple of runners in the top 20 managed to do this so well done Wyatt and to Robert Szalk who did achieve this fete. Back at the front, the leader Ryan was finding the heat and humidity of Cayman much tougher than the weather back home and these effects started taking toll as he struggled to maintain the pace that he had set on the way out. Partick has been in Cayman long enough now and was able to take full advantage and eased past Ryan and started pulling away and by the finishline he had won in a very good time of 17:33, and Ryan held on to second place in a time of 17:33. Meanwhile the following group were have a solid race for third place and Levi started pulling away from Pablo who finished fourth and it was Michael (winner of last week's Breeze Fusion 5k) who struggled to stay with them and settled for fifth. Tim Schuler and Wyatt Bodden's negative splits enabled them to move up the field finishing in 6th and 7th respectively.

Tiffany easily controlled the ladies race as Ava remained unchallenged in second as Nadine Gray was in third.

Thanks to the Pirates Week Office for the race and very importantly a huge thanks to all sponsors; Bar Crudo, the RedSail Group, Guy Harvey's Restaurant, Harley Davidson and the Ministry of Community Affairs, Youth & Sports. As always, thanks to the Volunteers and the the officers of the RCIPS who provided a level of comfort that the roads would be safer for the participants. 

Pirates' Week 5k
Place Name Bib Sex Place Lap 1 Lap 2 Time Pace Club
1 Patrick Harfield 314 1 08:30.2 08:46.4 17:16.6 3:27 345AC
2 Ryan Poingdestre 338 2 08:27.1 09:06.3 17:33.3 3:30  
3 Levi Superville 311 3 08:45.7 09:06.2 17:51.8 3:34 345AC
4 Juan Pablo Valerio 300 4 08:45.3 09:17.2 18:02.5 3:36 345AC
5 Michael Smikle 306 5 08:45.7 09:57.6 18:43.2 3:44 Mustangs
6 Tim Schuler 352 6 09:06.6 09:41.2 18:47.8 3:45  
7 Wyatt Bodden 321 7 09:56.4 09:49.9 19:46.2 3:57 345AC
8 Sherlock Brooks 335 8 09:37.2 10:12.6 19:49.8 3:57  
9 Javier Perez 308 9 09:53.0 10:14.8 20:07.7 4:01  
10 Tiffany Cole 312 1 09:53.6 10:28.3 20:21.9 4:04 345AC
11 Matthew Harkness 333 10 10:00.8 10:26.4 20:27.2 4:05  
12 Ava Hider 303 2 10:07.7 10:27.1 20:34.8 4:06 345AC
13 Robert Szalk 336 11 10:30.7 10:09.1 20:39.8 4:07  
14 Pierre-Louis Sokohl 322 12 09:59.3 11:00.2 20:59.4 4:11 345AC
15 Yazzer Abdullah 358 13 10:19.3 10:58.8 21:18.0 4:15  
16 Josh Weaver 337 14 09:54.9 11:24.0 21:18.8 4:15 345AC
17 Douglas Anderson 348 15 10:40.7 10:47.7 21:28.3 4:17  
18 Nadine Gray 328 3 10:46.9 11:13.7 22:00.6 4:24  
19 Phill Thompson 319 16 11:05.4 11:00.3 22:05.6 4:25 345AC
20 Patrick Kunze 294 17 10:55.2 11:20.1 22:15.3 4:27  
21 Mark Reed 305 18 11:05.9 11:38.6 22:44.4 4:32 345AC
22 Martin Davies 310 19 11:14.9 11:38.9 22:53.8 4:34 345AC
23 Eric Johnson 320 20 11:19.6 11:53.0 23:12.6 4:38  
24 Mike Kenna 327 21 11:15.5 12:00.8 23:16.3 4:39  
25 Dan Veltkamp 297 22 11:33.7 11:51.5 23:25.1 4:41  
26 Giles Parker 281 23 12:01.9 11:51.2 23:53.0 4:46  
27 Piotr Sokoluk 359 24 11:31.9 12:27.4 23:59.2 4:47  
28 Evin Johnson 309 25 11:36.2 12:29.5 24:05.7 4:49 345AC
29 Victoria Kunze 293 4 11:50.2 12:20.6 24:10.7 4:50  
30 Emily Harrison 354 5 12:05.1 12:58.2 25:03.2 5:00  
31 Evelyn Ritch 334 6 12:03.2 13:09.8 25:13.0 5:02 F45
32 Cara Hennessy 332 7 12:16.2 12:58.2 25:14.4 5:02  
33 Ivan Jones 301 26 13:17.5 12:20.3 25:37.8 5:07  
34 Sandy Hew 329 8 12:31.2 13:09.9 25:41.0 5:08  
35 Adam Dolan 302 27 13:15.5 12:33.0 25:48.5 5:09  
36 Kevin Ruth 295 28 12:28.5 13:23.9 25:52.3 5:10  
37 Martin Tedd 323 29 13:02.0 13:20.8 26:22.8 5:16  
38 Jeff Rose 331 30 13:03.6 13:42.7 26:46.2 5:21  
39 James Shapland 356 31 13:49.1 14:56.7 28:45.8 5:45  
40 David Walshe 298 32 13:33.2 15:15.3 28:48.5 5:45  
41 Luke Dodson 315 33 14:05.7 14:47.2 28:52.9 5:46 345AC
42 Gavin Baxendale 324 34 14:03.7 14:56.8 29:00.4 5:48  
43 Janet Gardner 349 9 14:26.7 14:57.5 29:24.2 5:52  
44 Leigh Dassonville 318 10 14:01.6 15:24.0 29:25.6 5:53  
45 Malcolm O'neil 357 35 14:41.5 14:54.9 29:36.3 5:55  
46 Shailer Thomas 325 36 16:29.9 13:56.8 30:26.7 6:05  
47 Mary Martin 360 11 16:29.2 13:57.7 30:26.8 6:05  
48 Corinne Glasgow 343 12 15:53.9 15:53.6 31:47.4 6:21  
49 Madison Karpan 313 13 15:59.0 16:02.1 32:01.1 6:24  
50 Matthew Godfrey 317 37 14:24.3 17:42.7 32:07.0 6:25 345AC
51 Jacob van Duynhoven 340 38 15:32.8 16:38.3 32:11.1 6:26  
52 Miranda Eddy 282 14 15:58.0 17:44.5 33:42.5 6:44  
53 Ivan Eubanks 355 39 15:26.8 19:06.6 34:33.4 6:54  
54 Toni Mohorek 285 15 17:42.9 17:42.5 35:25.3 7:05  
55 Nathan Mohorek 283 40 17:40.4 17:45.1 35:25.4 7:05  
56 Patricia Smith 296 16 16:46.9 19:11.9 35:58.7 7:11  
57 Samantha Mohorek 284 17 17:45.6 18:46.6 36:32.2 7:18  
58 Scott Mohorek 286 41 17:47.5 18:44.9 36:32.4 7:18  
59 Sophia Mckenzie 316 18 18:21.3 19:37.1 37:58.4 7:35  
60 Mary Lou Rose 330 19 18:52.6 19:26.2 38:18.8 7:39  
61 Rosanna Richardson 307 20 16:41.3 21:59.1 38:40.3 7:44  
62 Phil Reed 292 42 19:50.1 21:12.2 41:02.2 8:12  
63 Louie Reed 291 43 19:48.0 21:14.6 41:02.5 8:12  
64 Jillian Caines 344 21 19:21.6 21:42.3 41:03.8 8:12  
65 Jonelle Campbell 299 22 23:56.1 20:04.3 44:00.4 8:48  
66 Alice Crosbie 339 23 19:53.7 24:25.6 44:19.2 8:51  
67 Jennifer Kristensen 342 24 19:56.8 24:22.9 44:19.6 8:51  
68 Darren Trotman 304 44 24:01.2 22:50.2 46:51.3 9:22  
69 Abigail Proud 346 25 23:50.6 25:59.0 49:49.5 9:57  
70 Conrad Proud 347 45 23:46.7 26:03.9 49:50.6 9:58 345AC
71 Janet van Duynhoven 341 26 26:26.2 25:19.4 51:45.5 10:21  
72 Robert Totten 350 46 26:26.9 25:19.5 51:46.4 10:21  
73 Tony Romlewski 287 47 27:34.2 27:10.6 54:44.8 10:56  
74 Alison Maxwell 362 27 27:57.5 27:40.7 55:38.2 11:07  
75 Nicholas Bell 361 48 27:52.8 27:46.8 55:39.6 11:07  
76 Christin Carter 289 28 27:32.5 28:28.7 56:01.2 11:12  
77 Stephanie Fargo 290 29 27:25.1 28:36.5 56:01.5 11:12  
78 Risa Golberg 353 30 28:34.3 29:39.1 58:13.3 11:38  
79 Erika Hinchcliffe 345 31 28:34.2 29:39.4 58:13.5 11:38  
80 Jeanette Totten 351 32 28:35.3 29:39.7 58:14.9 11:38  

The Pirate's Week 5k run/walk starts the annual festival of events that takes place in Grand Cayman this time of year. 

The 5k starts at 5.30pm in front of Bar Crudo on Harbour Drive, and is an out and back course along South Church Street and turning into Websters Estate then back to town

Entry Fee is $25 includes an event t-shirt whilst stock lasts [Note: if you also enter the Hell N' Back 10k it is $40 for the two races].

Awards: U12, 12-14, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+ for male and females.

enter via www.CaymanActive.com or visit Pirate's Week office on Cardinal Avenue, George Town. We can accept race day entry - registration open from 3.30pm

Contact: 345 949 5078 or email events@piratesweekfestival.com 


Event Details


Nov 9, 2018

17:30 hrs

5k

Hard Rock

Road

Road Race

Location - Hard Rock


Address:
  • Hard Rock
  • Cayman Islands