Saturday, June 28, 2008

A Person Best Half-Marathon - The Fulton Campbell Memorial Run

It was cloudy and 14 degrees.

The 2nd Fulton Campbell Half Marathon on the countryside, hills and Main Street Montague.

The first 5km time of 22 minutes, at 10km mark of 45 minutes, at 15km mark time of 1 hour and 9 minutes and at 20km time of 1 hour and 32 minutes.

I finished in 1:38:31 and came in 27th out of 92 runners.

Mike MacKinnon won the race and Linda MacIsaac-Gallant for the top female.

Mark McCosham and Carla Murphy both won the 5km race.

I better the half marathon best time by 28 seconds from the 2007 PEI half marathon.

Official Result: 27th out of 92
Half Marathon (21.1Km) in 1 hour, 38 minutes, 31 seconds

Fulton Campbell 2007
Fulton Campbell 2006
Fulton Campbell 2005
Fulton Campbell 2004

More Photos (ours)
More Photos (Deborah Mutch/PEI RoadRunners)

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Miscouche man wins a portion of memorial run
The Guardian

MONTAGUE — Mike MacKinnon of Miscouche captured the half-marathon portion of the Fulton Campbell Memorial Run here Saturday.
MacKinnon, 35, had a time of one hour, 17 minutes and 25 seconds in the 93-runner field at the 21.1-kilometre event. Scott Clark (1:19:50), Shawn McCardle (1:21:36), Evan Pemberton (1:22:48) and Leo McCosham (1:23:00) rounded out the top-five in the RoadRunner Championship Points Series race.
Linda MacIsaac-Gallant was the female winner of the half marathon. Her time of 1:34:30 was good for 20th overall. Corena Hughes, 29th overall, was the second female to finish in 1:38:38 and Bev Walsh, who was 36th overall, was the third female to cross the finish line in 1:42:10. A total of 93 runners participated in the half marathon.


Anne said...

Congratulations on another personal best! Those blue shoes must be pretty good.

Estee Klar-Wolfond said...

Awesome! Thanks for sharing, Alex!