The Club keeps a record of all your race times. Member Narina Shorland then uses the times to produce PB (Personal Best) tables for all runs completed in a Hayle Shirt. The tables include PB times for the following race distances: 5km, 4 miles, 5 miles, 10 km, 7 miles, 10 miles, Half Marathon, 20 miles, Full Marathon. There is also a Hayle Runners PB Hall of Fame which uses your PBs and allocates points to them in a similar way to the GP points; i.e. fastest time gets 300 points, next fastest gets 299, etc. Entry relies on you completing at least 4 out of the following distances and then your 4 highest points are totalled to get a PB Hall of Fame Total and position: 5 miles, 10 km, 10 miles, Half Marathon, Marathon.
The 2016 Progress column indicates whether yours is a new entry this year or shows your progress this year in terms of overall position (in the Hall of Fame) or your time improvement this year in any of the various distance PB tables.
Hayle Runners would like to credit Rich Horswell for originally setting up and maintaining these PB tables, followed by Alex Wall before Narina Shorland.
Pete Ellis has now taken his place at the top of the Men’s Hall of Fame, just ahead of Jordan Morant in 2nd place. In the female race for the crown Emma Paull leads Sarah Kenworthy with Rachel Goldsworthy just behind in 3rd.
The first of the files below shows the Hall of Fame, then PB tables for all runners so you can compare yourself to any runner in the club.