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Self Transcendence Race #14 (Britain & Ireland)

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  • rogerfromcardiff
    Self Transcendence 2 Mile Virtual Race RESULTS FOR RACE #14 The pride of the earthly race And the joy of the heavenly race Have the same goal:
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      Self Transcendence

      2 Mile "Virtual" Race

      RESULTS FOR RACE #14


      "The pride of the earthly race
      And the joy of the heavenly race
      Have the same goal:
      Self-transcendence."

      Sri Chinmoy


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      Nurari---London---------14.45
      Papion---Dublin Seeker--15.13
      Bithika--Cambridge------17.00
      Sumangali-Cardiff-------18.36
      Sahana---London---------18.57
      Diane---Cardiff---------19.00
      Julie---Dublin Seeker---21.47
      Fran----Cardiff---------22.02
      Alison--Dublin Seeker---22.46
      Genera--Dublin Seeker---22.54
      Piyasi--Oxford----------23.00
      Mangala-Dublin----------25.50
      Sarada--Cambridge-------26.28


      Roger---Cardiff---------11.13
      Dave----Cambridge-------11.49
      Steve---Cambridge-------11.52
      Ambarish-Dublin---------12.54
      Gary---Dublin-----------13.30
      Trevor--Seeker's Friend-14.25
      Ongkar--London----------18.03
      Shane---Dublin----------19.35
      Vinny---Dublin Seeker---20.23

      A superb turnout of 22 runners this week, thanks in part to Dublin
      who inspired half a dozen friends to join them for a two mile run!

      In the women's race, Nurari equalled her best time of the season to
      finish first in 14.45 while Papion from Dublin came in second on her
      virtual race debut with 15.13. Bithika, who early in the season was
      running times between 20 and 25 minutes, achieved her best time of
      the series to claim third place in 17 minutes exactly. Sahana
      managed to race only two days after her 14 mile training run, while
      Fran went one better and raced during her long run having already
      covered 15 miles! Oxford appear in the results for the first time in
      the shape of Piyasi who finished in 23 minutes.

      In the men's race, Roger knew that he would only break through that
      11.30 barrier by taking some extreme measures, so he drove to London
      and entered the Self Transcendence 2 Mile Race in Battersea Park;
      the result was an improvement of 17 seconds which got him first
      place in the virtual race with 11.13. Dave came in second with
      11.49, while Steve got yet another PB and broke 12 minutes for the
      first time ever to finish third in 11.52. Gary from Dublin got his
      best time of the season, and deserves a mention for improving by two
      and a half minutes. Ongkar has the satisfaction of finishing ahead
      of the mighty Shane, both of them courageously taking part in spite
      of injuries; let's hope both of them are back to full fitness soon.
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