2013Results by Time Results by Class Results by Team
These are now the final results (28-Mar-13)
Trophy Winners since 2006
What a great day! Over 300 finishers - 50% more than last year - and a magnificent day to be on Mount Canobolas.
Outright winner was Tom Gleeson of Orange, in 52m 28s, 1m 13 seconds outside the record set by Neil Labinsky in 2008. Second home, and Womens Open winner was Veronica Wallington of Canowindra, in 54m 09s, taking 1m 46s off her previous best of 55m 55s.
Mens Open Womens Open
1. Tom Gleeson, 52:28 1. Veronica Wallington, 54:09
2. Rob Bennett, 55:21 2. Melanie McDonald, 1:04:23
3. Martin Timms, 56:47 3. Julie Quinn, 1:04:33
Young Man Canobolas Young Woman Canobolas
1. Rob Bennett, 55:21 1. Veronica Wallington, 54:09
2. Max Brownlow, 1:05:39 2. Tamsyn Moana-Veale 1:08:39
3. Matt Cotton, 1:06:07 3. Rhianna Fitspatrick, 1:10:21
2008 Open winners
Winner of the Men's Open in 2008 was Neil Labinsky (pictured) from Queensland. He put in a beautiful run, setting a new record for the Great Volcanic at 50m 47s, taking 1m 33s off Tom Gleeson's winning time in the previous year.. Second was Bradley White at 52m 20s, and third place went to Tom Gleeson (2007 winner) at 55m 09s.
In the Women's Open Veronica Wallington (pictured) was also impressive. She claimed first place (fourth to finish) in 56m 38s, just 43 seconds over her record time of 55m 55s in 2007. Second was Vanessa Haverd, from Canberra in 58m 56s, and Julie Quinn, also from Canberra, came third with 1h 02m 01s.
Local Rob Bennett won the Junior Men's Open with a record time of 57m 20s, while Veronica Wallington, being under 18 y.o., also claimed the Junior Women's Open.
Congratulations to -
Oldest Male Finisher: Tony Krantzcke (1h 36m 57s)
Oldest Female Finisher: Nancy Rosser (3h 07m 00s)