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The 2006 SCT Golden Mile

Presented by South Canberra Athletics Club Inc.
As part of the Tuggeranong Community Festival
6:00 PM Friday 24th November 2006
Pine Island South Road

Come and enjoy spirited competition in a relaxed social atmosphere.

The Golden Mile races will be run over a flat, fast and picturesque course meandering along the banks of the Murrumbidgee River. Picnic, BBQ and toilet facilities available so bring your steak and sausages, bring food, bring an esky and bring your family.

The place is Pine Island South Road: Turn left off Pine Island road and follow the directions of the traffic marshals. Parking is available.

The events will cover age classes U10, U12, U14, U18, Open, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60+. Entry is available 'on the day' for $2 or you can print and mail this entry form.

Map of the course

The Golden Mile follows an 'out and back' traffic-free course using Pine Island Road South:

Map - click to see large image

The 2005 Golden Street Mile and Results

A small but enthusiastic crowd of runners enjoyed perfect spring weather for the first SCT Golden Street Mile on Saturday 1 October. A surprise entrant was Jackie Fairweather backing up just a week after running for Australia in the World Mountain Running Trophy. Jackie won outright the third 'Golden Mile' of the day, the open and veteran's event and recorded the fastest women's time of 5:11.

The first 'Golden Mile' was for Under-10 runners and was won by Toby Graham and Nicola Torley. The Under-18 race was taken out by Ben Dawson in 4:50 after a sprint finish with Rob Torley. The fastest female in this race was Catriona Windsor who ran 6:11. Charlie Modrak was the fastest 50+ runner while a South Canberra member from the 1960's, Colin Robbie ran an excellent 7:45.

The last event of the day was the Handicap Golden Mile. Mike Torley was the surprise Men's Champion just ahead of the fast finishing Dimity Herstik (Women's Champion) and Jackie Fairweather.

Dot Mills who has been a member of SCT for 40 years, presented category winners with their sashes in the excellent venue of the Sea Scout Hall.

SCT would like to thank all volunteers who helped on the day, especially Mike Sexton and family.

Girls Under 10 Boys Under 10
Nicola Torley 6:21 Toby Graham 6:20
Dimity Herstik 6:56 Daniel Hearle 6:42
Elizabeth Hosking 7:16 Josh Torley 8:56
Caitlin Hosking 8:24 Andrew Hosking 8:57
Emma Windsor 9:30    
Girls Under 12 Boys Under 14
Catriona Windsor 6:11 Peter Hosking 5:39
Camille Herstik 9:05    
Girls Under 16 Under 18 Men
Kayler Torley 6:35 Ben Dawson 4:50
    Robert Torley 4:53
    Allan McGlew 5:02
Open Women Open Men
Kelly Roberts 5:30 Heath Pearce 5:39
    Tony Haycraft 5:46
    Seb Dunne 5:54
Women 35-39 Men 35-39
Jackie Fairweather 5:11 Peter Zygado 5:16
    Simon Fairweather 5:18
Men 40-44 Men 45-49
Geoff Monro 5:12 Paul Considine 5:14
    Hugh Ford 5:48
    James Graham 8:17
Men 50+  
Charlie Modrak 6:04
Jim White 6:06
Colin Robbie 7:45
Greg Gilbert 10:44

2005 Golden Street Mile Handicap

1. Mike Torley (Men's Champion)
2. Dimity Herstik (Women's Champion)
3. Jackie Fairweather
4. Paul Considine
5. Heath Pearce
6. Daniel Hearle
7. Jim White
8. Charlie Modrak
9. Geoff Monro
10. Ben Dawson
11. Catriona Windsor
12. Robert Torley
13. Seb Dunne

Course Records

Female: Jackie Fairweather 5:11 (2005)     Male: Ben Dawson 4:50 (2005)

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Photographs from the 2005 SCT 'Golden Anniversary Mile'...

winner sashes historic photos

recent photos under 10 start

under 10 finish under 10 finisher

under 10 finisher under 10 finisher

under 10 finisher under 18 start

ben dawson catriona windsor

open start colin robbie

handicap start mike torley

dimity herstik jackie fairweather

nicola torley catriona windsor

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