Sri Chinmoy Half-Mthn 5-10k 'Mid-Year Series'

Next race: 9 August, 2015
Auckland Domain ... Carlton Gore Road, Auckland

Events for all the Family ... Part of our 8-Event Half-Mthn/ 10k Series'

Upcoming races

Race 1: 17 May
Race 2: 14 June
Race 3: 12 July
Race 4: 9 August
Race 5: 13 September

About the event

  • Scenic parklands settings ... Friendly, well organised events for all levels ... Join us for fitness, joy & self-transcendence!
  • Check out our other Auckland Half-Marathon/ 10k & Kid's Events coming up on 08 Nov & 06 Dec 2015
    http://nz.srichinmoyraces.org/auckhalfseries


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Start time

  • All Events: 7.45 am Sundays

Contact

Race Director: Simahin Pierce
(09) 6209747
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EVENT DETAILS

Event Setting - Course Layout:

  • Beautiful, peaceful parklands setting - runners and walkers at all levels of fitness are welcome.
  • Fast, safe and accurate 'Jones-calibrated' 2.5 km course - distance markers every kilometre. 
  • Marshalls & helpers spread around the circuit ... lead cyclist to show you the way.
  • Aid station with water & Replace electrolyte drinks available every 2.5 km. Lap counters provided for half-marathon participants [2:30 time limit - suit runners and race-walkers only].

Car Parking - Race Number Pick-Up - Gear Storage - Entries on the Day:

  • There is plenty of free car parking in the Auckland Domain and adjacent streets.
  • The registration tent & start/ finish area are next to the Auckland Domain cricket pavilion - enter via Carlton Gore Road.
  • Race number pick up & entries on the day ($30.00) are from 7.00 am on the day of each event.
  • Secure clothing/ gear storage is available at the registration tent.

All finishers will receive:

  • Finisher certificates with accurate times for all participants.
  • Random spot prizes are awarded as you cross the finish line.
  • Free, nutritious, yummy, post-race food and drinks

Awards:

  • Half-Marathon Awards - Trophies for 1st placed open men/ women, medals for 2nd & 3rd places plus, medals for 1st placed men/ women 50-59, 60-69 & 70+
  • 10Km Awards - Trophies for 1st placed open men/ women, medals for 2nd & 3rd places & 1st placed men/ women 50+
  • 5Km Awards - Medals for 1st, 2nd & 3rd placed open men/ women
  • Complete race results and event photos will be posted on our website after each event.

Race Results & Photos:

  • Complete race results and event photos will be posted on our website after each event.

Runners/ walkers please ensure you read this Health & Safety Check list:

Fit Enough to Complete Event:

Runners and walkers should be quite certain that they are fit enough and sufficiently well trained to complete these events. If you are unsure about your general health or fitness consult your family doctor before embarking on a training program. There are many running/ walking training programs available on the net ... contact us if you need any assistance.

Age Limits for Children & Young Adult Entries:

Whilst we encourage children and young adults to play sports and to be fit and active, research indicates that excessive participation in endurance sports by growing children and adolescents can lead to cumulative trauma of the muscles, joints and major vital organs. Therefore, we require 5 km entrants to be 12 years old, 10 km entrants to be 14 years and 21.1 km entrants to be 17 years of age. Children under 14 years of age are welcome to enter the 1.5 km run/ walk.

Adequate Clothing:

All participants are advised to bring adequate clothing and protection for changes in weather, rain gear, polyprop clothing, gloves, sun hats, sunglasses, sunscreen etc. Supervision of Children: Children not participating are welcome providing they are supervised at all times by an adult.

Supervision of Children:

  • Children not participating are welcome providing they are supervised at all times by an adult.

Car Parking:

Car Parking: Runners and walkers may park in the free public car parking provided at the Auckland Domain and adjacent roadways.

Pre Race Safety Briefing:

There will be a safety briefing for runners and walkers at the start line. No Road Closures ...

Normal Road Rules Apply:

  • There are no road closures for this event so runners and walkers should remain vigilant, obey normal pedestrian road rules and expect traffic at all times.
  • Auckland Domain roadways are usually very quiet on Sunday mornings. However, runners and walkers should constantly be on alert and follow all directives from the traffic safety marshals.
  • Runners and walkers must follow the indicated channeling of the cones where necessary.
  • Walkers should walk no more than two abreast and keep single file/ to the left on narrower sections of the course to allow runners to pass safely.

Stay Hydrated During Event:

Runners and walkers should ensure that they keep hydrated during the event. Cups of water and electrolytes drinks will be handed out every 2.5 km adjacent to the registration/ finish area.

First Aid/ Emergencies:

A first aid kit will be located in the information/ registration tent. Participants should report any incidents or distressed persons to the nearest safety marshal. Safety marshals will direct participants to the information/ finish area for minor medical emergencies and report any distressed participants, incidents or emergencies to the chief safety officer or the race director.

Withdrawal of Exhausted or Distressed Participants:

If any participant becomes distressed or exhausted- the chief safety officer or race director shall withdraw that person from the event.

Childrens 1.5 km Race - Sri Chinmoy Mid-Year Series 2015

  • The 1.5 km run/ walk is to foster children's participation and fitness ... and is open to children under 14 years ... at all levels. 
  • Start/ finish is by the Auckland Domain cricket pavilion ... start time is approx 7.50 am (shortly after the start of the 5-10-21.1 km events}.
  • The course is a fast, flat, accurately calibrated lap of the roadway around the main field of the beautiful Auckland Domain ... also known as the Sri Chinmoy Peace Mile.
  • All participants to receive finisher certificates with accurate times, plus yummy, post race food and drinks.
  • A lead cyclist will show the way and safety marshals will be located around the course.
  • Parents, please ensure that you read the health and safety instructions.
  • Online Entries: Online Entry Fee $7.00 ... see above
  • Entries on the Day are also available between 7.00 am - 7.45 am Sunday morning ... Auckland Domain cricket pavilion ... off Carlton Gore Road.
  • A parent must be present to sign the entry form
  • Entry fee on the day is $10.00 (Family Rate: 2 Children $15.00; 3 Children $20.00)

Sri Chinmoy Half-Marathon

  • Men: 1.17.16 Graham Moore 42, (2006)
  • Women: 1.19.57 Nyla Carrol 39, (2005)

Sri Chinmoy Half-Marathon (Race-walking) 

  • Men: 1.38.59 Tony Sargisson 30, (2005)
  • Women: 2.09.20 Alana Barber 22, (2009)

Sri Chinmoy 10 km Race 

  • Men: 34.39 Tony Edmonds 30, (2011) 
  • Women: 39.14 Lisa Robertson 25, (2008) 

Sri Chinmoy 5 km Race

  • Men: 17.10 Vajin Armstrong 24, (2004)
  • Women: 17.17 Holly van Dalen 24, (2013)

Children's 1.5 km

  • Girls: 5.51 Katie Heaven 13, (2015)
  • Boys: 6.10 Thomas Reid 12, (2012)
     

Previous Results

  • 2015 Jul 12th
    Sri Chinmoy Half Marathon 5-10k Auckland - Results

    Sunday 12 July 2015

    Scroll for full results ...

    It was a chilly, frosty start for race 4 for the Sri Chinmoy Half-Marathon Auckland series at the Auckland Domain ... however the clear blue sky heralded a lovely, still, sunny mid-year's day ... and quite a few runners recorded their best times for the year.

    Richard Malcom 24, ran an excellent 1.22.31 to win  the Sri Chinmoy Half-Marathon ... followed followed by Guillaume Barbalat 35 (1.23.42) & Chris Fransham 28, (1.24.32).

    Serena Wooldridge 44, (1.32.49) was first woman ... finishing comfortably ahead of runner-up Jacqueline Eastman 47 (1.35.17).

    Melanie James 43, (43.51) was the outright victor in the Sri Chinmoy 10k Race ... after a tough, absorbing duel with runner-up Gooya Mordbar 38, (44.01).

    Steve Sutton 52, (44.28) was the men's 10k winner.

    Jason Buckley 44, (20.25) became a repeat winner in the Sri Chinmoy 5k race ... while Katie Birks 10, (31.03) out-sprinted her mum, Kim (31.05), to be the the women's 5k victor.

    Sri Chinmoy Half-Marathon

    Open Men Open Women
    1 Richard  Malcolm 24 1.22.31 1 Serena Wooldridge 44 1.32.49
    2 Guillaume Barbalat 35 1.23.42 2 Jacqueline Eastman 47 1.35.17
    3 Chris Fransham 28 1.24.32 3 Sheree Haynes 46 1.53.27
    4 Aneel Ravji 45 1.29.56 4 Lauren Baillie 23 1.54.49
    5 Peter Zienau 51 1.32.49 5 Nicola Hobbs 20 1.57.08
    6 Barry Sharp 55 1.34.08 6 Jill Bishop 64 1.57.28
    7 Ben Brading 25 1.34.15 7 Kathy Fell 54 2.06.27
    8 Shane Dorman 46 1.35.58 8 Georgia Reanney 41 2.10.30
    9 Michael Dall 43 1.38.56 9 Sarah Lockyer 46 2.12.50
    10 Ralph Schroff 52 1.39.38 10 Riverlina Si'ulepa 55 2.14.19
    11 Lyndon Dahlberg 39 1.39.45 11 Kiri Price 47 2.16.31
    12 Neil Dreaden 55 1.40.56 Women 50-59      
    13 Hannes Louw 58 1.40.59 1 Kathy Fell 54 2.06.27
    14 Malcolm  Chamberlin 61 1.41.36 2 Riverlina Si'ulepa 55 2.14.19
    15 Johnny  Short 41 1.43.07 Women 60-69      
    16 Dave  Sutherland 50 1.46.19 1 Jill Bishop 64 1.57.28
    17 Brad Booysen 33 1.46.54          
    18 Michael Carden 57 1.48.49          
    19 Richard Bright 66 1.50.41          
    20 Robert Webb 51 1.59.25          
    21 Brian Dahlberg 71 2.06.45          
    22 Aron Burness 39 2.16.31          
    23 Tim Young 53 2.16.31          
    24 Ronald Chen 65 2.17.56          
    25 Tony Clough 61 2.20.08          
    26 Gary Regtien 79 2.25.54          
    Men 50-59 Men 60-69
    1 Peter Zienau 51 1.32.49 1 Malcolm  Chamberlin 61 1.41.36
    2 Barry Sharp 55 1.34.08 2 Richard Bright 66 1.50.41
    3 Ralph Schroff 52 1.39.38 3 Ronald Chen 65 2.17.56
    4 Neil Dreaden 55 1.40.56 4 Tony Clough 61 2.20.08
    5 Hannes Louw 58 1.40.59          
    6 Dave  Sutherland 50 1.46.19          
    7 Michael Carden 57 1.48.49 Men 70+      
    8 Robert Webb 51 1.59.25 1 Brian Dahlberg 71 2.06.45
    9 Tim Young 53 2.16.31 2 Gary Regtien 79 2.25.54

    Sri Chinmoy 10 Km Race

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Open Men Open Women
    1 Steve Sutton 52 44.28 1 Melanie James 43 43.51
    2 Luke Watson 44 45.03 2 Gooya Mozdbar 38 44.01
    3 Ian Brailsford 50 45.45 3 Emma  Eriksom 33 44.37
    4 Erick Waldmann 50 50.38 4 Katherine Teys 43 45.08
    5 Kristian  Lind 30 54.47 5 Natalie Vivian 35 46.59
    6 Kevin Walters 64 1.17.08 6 Jaime  Stevenson 38 48.01
    7 David Hamilton 74 1.36.27 7 Kristyn Aldridge 24 51.09
    Men 50+       8 Patricia Carden 49 51.52
    1 Steve Sutton 52 44.28 9 Brenda Williams 59 51.56
    2 Ian Brailsford 50 45.45 10 Jeanette Meehan 47 53.31
    3 Erick Waldmann 50 50.38 11 Anna  Buller 34 55.25
    4 Kevin Walters 64 1.17.08 12 Zoe Hoult 37 1.00.08
    5 David Hamilton 74 1.36.27 13 Jacqui Anderson 37 1.00.13
    Women 50+       14 Manya Jaura 27 1.01.36
    1 Brenda Williams 59 51.56 15 Carol Dahlberg 61 1.02.26
    2 Carol Dahlberg 61 1.02.26 16 Barb  Johnson 65 1.02.38
    3 Barb  Johnson 65 1.02.38 17 Nicola Squire 34 1.10.20
    4 Katherine Lester 53 1.10.20 18 Katherine Lester 53 1.10.20
    5 Lisa Melia 52 1.16.01 19 Lisa Melia 52 1.16.01
    6 Julie Pennell 57 1.16.30 20 Julie Pennell 57 1.16.30
    7 Amy Chang 59 1.26.13 21 Amy Chang 59 1.26.13
    8 Janice Sangster 76 1.26.47 22 Janice Sangster 76 1.26.47

    Sri Chinmoy 5 Km Race

    Open Men Open Women
    1 Jason Buckley 44 20.25 1 Katie Dirks 10 31.03
    2 Mark Carryer 31 21.40 2 Kim Dirks 44 31.05
    3 Travis Manning 14 24.58