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Full results of the Speights Coast to Coast

February 4 –5, 2000


Full results of the Speights Coast to Coast multisport race from Kumara to Christchurch (240km) at the weekend:


One-day world championship
(split times for leg one: 3km run-58km cycle; leg two: 26km run; leg three: 15km cycle-67k kayak; leg four: 70km cycle):

Men: Steve Gurney (Christchurch) 11:47.32 (1:58.30, 3:05.28, 4:29.27. 2:14.07) 1; Julian Cahill (Queenstown) 11:56.48 (1:58.24, 3:04.33, 4:41.12, 2:12.39) 2; Neil Gellatly (Auckland) 11:57.59 (1:58.33, 3:04.55, 4:41.04, 2:13.27) 3; Tim Grammer (Christchurch) 12:07.13 (1:58.54, 3:14.59, 4:38.08, 2:15.12) 4; Novak Thompson (Australia) 12:11.00 (1:58.28, 3:13.37, 4:42.16, 2:16.39), 5; Matt Dalziel (Australia) 12:12.45 1:58.47, 3:08.05, 4:36.40, 2:29.13) 6; Glenn Muirhead (Wellington) 12:14.58 (1:58.35, 3:10.37, 4:43.23, 2:22.23) 7; Gary Fahey (Timaru) 12:29.23 (1:59.10, 3:21.51, 4:56.37, 2:11.45) 8; Dan Bradley (Auckland) 12:30.27 (1:59.05, 3:22.13, 4:50.31, 2:18.38) 9; Michael Jacques (Wellington) 12:35.20 (1:59.48, 3:15.05, 4:58.06, 2:22.21).

Veteran: Bill Godsall (Central Otago) 12:44.05, 1; Peter Wardell (Christchurch) 13:30.35, 2; Peter King 13:48.55, 3 (Auckland).

Women: Jill Westenra (Wellington) 13:16.25 (1:59.46, 3:57.11, 5:06.04, 2:13.24) 1; Penny Edwards (Wellington) 13:39.23 (1:59.16, 3:57.52, 5:01.35, 2:40.40) 2; Andrea Koorey (Blenheim) 13:57.29 (2:01.11, 4:07.48, 5:09.24, 2:39.06) 3; Karen Hopkinson (Australia) 14:48.04 (2:05.49, 4:58.43, 5:20.26, Catherine Millar (Wellington) 14:57.17 (2:07.13, 4:28.38, 5:35.03, 2:46.23).

Veteran: Gai Paardekooper (Cromwell) 14:58.21, 1.


Two-day individual:

Men: Jeff Mitchell (Christchurch) 11:34.22, 1; Geoffrey Walford (Dunedin) 12:00.54, 2; Steven Hofmans (New Plymouth) 12:11.45, 3; Marty Madsen (Ohope) 12:15.04, 4; Richard Anderson (Christchurch) 12:15.52, 5; Matt Peacock (New Plymouth) 12:18.03, 6; Richard Ussher (Wellington) 12:29.54, 7; Carl Pringle (Christchurch) 12:34.10, 8; Douglas Paterson (Rangiora) 12:38.04, 9; Grant Hildred (New Plymouth) 12:58.39, 10.

Veteran: Grant Hildred (new Plymouth)12:38.59; 1; Graham Watt (Whakatane) 12:50.27, 2; Frank Hofmans (Te Puke) 12:50.39, 3.

Women: Anne Mortimer (Auckland, veteran) 13:49.12, 1; Susan Petrie (Auckland) 13:54.42, 2; Jackie Prince (Christchurch) 13:58.05) 3; Sarah Clark (Christchurch) 14:10.27, 4; Janine Painter (Auckland) 14:30.51, 5.

Veteran: Mortimer 1; Pauline Sidon (Cromwell) 16:06.29, 2; Liz Millow (Christchurch) 17:25.06, 3.

Two-day Teams:

Men: Graeme and Mike Causer (Christchurch) 10:52.21, 1; Paul Massie-Heath De Garnham (Christchurch) 11:00.07, 2; Aaron Pringle-Blair Stuthridge (Christchurch) 11:11.16, 3; Mike Walker (Christchurch)-Dougal Thorburn (Australia) 11:21.21, 4; Simon Yarrell (Christchurch)-Fergus MacLean (Scotland) 11:32.14.

Veteran: David Maitland (Kaikoura)-Chris Cox (Coalgate) 11:33.02, 1; Graham Moore (Wanganui)-Mike Tubbs (Alexandra) 12:05.55, 2; Trevor Profitt-Edward Aitken (Christchurch) 12:22.35, 3.

Women: Jodie MacDonald-Jackie Russell (Nelson) 13:19.24, 1; Jo Marrett-Janica Chilcott (Taranaki) 13:41.03, 2; Jacqueline Sycamore-Robyn Smith (Christchurch) 14:07.38, 3.

Mixed: Mary Anne Thorpe-Duncan Hamilton (Hokitika) 12:00.35, 1; Lara and Aaron Prince (Christchurch) 12:03.21, 2; Jason Gerrie-Jeanette Wright (Dunedin) 12:59.33, 3.

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