The Stickler, Great South Run, Lucerne Marathon and Parkruns (and a little more from Amsterdam!)

Caroline Rowley (just visible), Nick Kenchington, Gemma Bragg and Nikki Sandell start The Stickler
Caroline Rowley (just visible), Nick Kenchington, Gemma Bragg and Nikki Sandell start The Stickler

BAC‘s ladies were once again winners, this time at The Stickler on Sunday 26 October, a race, now in its twentieth year, starting and finishing at Shillingstone, with a challenging course of just over 10 miles taking in the surrounding hills. The full results are not yet available, but Nikki Sandell, 2nd lady overall, led the BAC team to victory, followed by Gemma Bragg, 3rd lady overall, with the team completed by Cherry Sheffrin. The renaissance of our ladies’ team in the last year or two has been quite remarkable, kickstarted to a large extent by Caroline Rowley, who also competed in The Stickler, and took the photo of the winning team. So thanks are due to Caroline, and all the ladies involved, for this development of which we are very proud! But let’s not forget the men! Also running in this race was Paul Hill, completing yet another weekend of races following his debut marathon only three weeks ago.  Paul was celebrating the anniversary of his introduction to racing, as The Stickler last year was his first ever race, which he ran then in 1.17.54.  This year, Paul was 5th, having knocked over 10 minutes off last year’s time, with a run which, last year, would have won the race!  Also competing in the race for BAC were Nick Kenchington, Mike Cowham and Ian Graham.   See below for more photographs of this race.

Stickler results (BAC): 5. Paul Hill 1.07.40;  41. Nick Kenchington 1.17.33;  46. Nikki Sandell 1.18.08;  60. Gemma Bragg 1.20.43;  111. Cherry Sheffrin 1.27.59;  131. Mike Cowham 1.28.57;  233. Caroline Rowley 1.38.44;  234. Ian Graham 1.38.48.  There were 388 finishers.

Steve Way competed in the Great South Run, Portsmouth
Steve Way competed in the Great South Run, Portsmouth

Meanwhile, in Portsmouth, Steve Way was competing in the Great South Run (10 miles) along with a total of 16031 finishers, including Simon Way, Chris O’Brien and Andy GillespieSteve is working hard towards the 100k World Championships in Doha, Qatar on 21 November, and this week has been something of, as he describes it, a ‘hiccup’.  The training during the week hasn’t gone entirely to plan following the half marathon in Birmingham last weekend.  Steve finished the Great South in 26th position in 51.48, not quite the sub 51 he had hoped for, but not far short, and, as Steve himself says “in the big scheme of things not a disaster”.  With a long, and very heavy (more so than most mere mortals could even contemplate), training schedule leading up to the Championships, there will for sure be the occasional ‘down’ patch, but there is till plenty enough time for recovery and revival.  Quite rightly, media interest in Steve continues, with TV interviews for Channel 5 before last weekend’s Birmingham race, and for the BBC before and after the Great South in Portsmouth.  In the same race, Simon Way was 112th in 1.00.57, about 90 seconds over his 10 mile PB.  Apparently there were strong headwinds on part of what is, in places, a very exposed course, so hopefully Simon is satisfied with his run.  A BAC athlete who is certainly so satisfied is Chris O’Brien, who was 263rd in a PB time of 1.05.22.  Chris also ran ‘unofficial’ PB times at 5k (19.55) and 10k (39.47), and says that he proposes to adopt the same tactics in the Lancaster Half Marathon next weekend, perhaps without easing off towards the end, which sounds eminently sensible!  BAC stalwart Andy Gillespie also took part in the race, finishing 1360th (of 16031, don’t forget!) in 1.15.01.

The day before, Saturday 25 October, Sanjai Sharma competed in Switzerland, in the Lucerne Marathon, finishing in 3.04, some 9 minutes over his PB.  Sanjai says that “a few hills and a lack of training” were his “undoing”, but nevertheless he was “satisfied” – and so Sanjai should be!

Also on 25 October, the Parkruns in Bournemouth and Poole went ahead as normal.  Paul Hill, continuing to run at least two races per weekend after his marathon, was second (of 262) in Kings Park, Bournemouth, and was joined in the race by Ian White, Jud Kirk, Seb Hearn, Tom Cochrane, Will Price, and one of our juniors, Amelie Scott, who was first in her age category, JW10.   In Poole Park, of 535 finishers, Peter Thompson was 7th, and, running a PB for the course, finishing 10th and 1st in his age category (JM15-17) was George Way.

BAC athletes conquer the Stickle Path……………….

Gemma Bragg
Gemma Bragg

 

Caroline Rowley
Caroline Rowley
Ian Graham - can that really be a smile?
Ian Graham – can that really be a smile?

and finish The Stickler…………………..

Paul Hill
Paul Hill
Nikki Sandell
Nikki Sandell

 

Gemma Bragg
Gemma Bragg

and a ‘historic’ photo which couldn’t be ignored!………………….

Jacek Cieluszecki in Amsterdam - where else?!
Jacek Cieluszecki in Amsterdam – where else?!

 

News from Amsterdam, Birmingham, Christchurch, Twickenham, Salisbury, Weymouth, Poole and Bournemouth

A lot has been happening this weekend!
In Amsterdam, on Sunday 19 October, Jacek Cieluszecki ran the Marathon in 2.29.55, to finish 28th (and 4th M35) of a total of 12197. This might be a performance many of us can only dream of, but Jacek was hoping to break his PB of 2.27.45. However, the race commentary describes “difficult weather conditions”, with continuous sun and temperatures of 18 degrees, and a strong wind on parts of the course, so Jacek really has no reason to be disappointed with an excellent run. Also in Amsterdam, Manol Dimitrov was competing in the Half Marathon, and finished 32nd of 14237 in a time of 1.17.02. The fact that Manol also did not break his PB (1.16.43) might be down to the conditions.
Meanwhile, in Birmingham, Steve Way continued his build up to the 100k World Championships next year by running in the city’s Half Marathon, one of a series of races Steve is running each week, including the Great South Run in Portsmouth next week. Steve was 11th of a total of about 1500 in 1.10.19, not bad especially considering Steve is racing every weekend on top of a weekly mileage exceeding 100 miles, displaying exactly the stamina which is needed for the challenge ahead.

Steve Way competes in the Birmingham Half Marathon
Steve Way competes in the Birmingham Half Marathon

Two other BAC athletes who, like Jacek, didn’t quite achieve their aims this weekend, but nevertheless can be pleased with their runs, were Graeme Miller and Chris O’Brien. Graeme ran the Cabbage Patch 10 mile race, on Sunday 19 October, in the Twickenham area, in 58.07, a PB by 22 seconds, but not the sub 58 Graeme had hoped for.  However, that can be explained by, as Graeme describes on Facebook, a heavy tumble on wet leaves at 6.5 miles, resulting in cuts and bruises to his elbow and hip.  There was a silver lining – Graeme ran a few miles with Mara Yamauchi, who finished a mere 30 seconds in front of him.  Graeme was 36th of 1501.  On the same day,  Chris ran in the inaugural ‘xch10k’, a 10k race organised for a charity starting and finishing at Two Riversmeet Leisure Centre in Christchurch, with an out-and-back course along the coast to Mudeford.  Chris had hoped for a sub 40 time, but finished 7th (of 230) in 40.43.  Chris says of the course that parts of it were quite fast but there was a short, but steep, hill and a set of steps about half way, and Chris is surely correct when he says that only these prevented him from going under 40 minutes.  Also running in this race were Joe Price, 21st in 45.18, Ella Nicholas, 61st in 51.03 (good to see one of our youngsters competing – Ella was first in her FJ category) and Will Price, 113th in 56.40.

Another BAC athlete perhaps not entirely satisfied with her race was Gemma Bragg, who ran the Salisbury Half Marathon, also on 19 October,  in 1.36.45, to finish 82nd.  We all know that Gemma is capable of a much faster HM than this, and Gemma herself says “it was not my day – left my mind and legs at home”!

On the other hand, Paul Hill must have been pleased with his run in the Weymouth 10 (mile), another race on 19 October.  Having examined the race entries, Paul felt that he could finish in the top 10, despite his very intensive racing activities in the two weeks since his inaugural marathon in the Bournemouth Marathon Festival only two weeks earlier.  In the event, Paul was 4th, in a time of 62.11 (of 183).  What Paul didn’t learn from the entry list was that Peter Thompson and Simon Munro, who entered on the day, were also planning to compete, and Peter was 2nd in 58.25 and Simon was 3rd in 59.48.  So, once again, BAC were the winners of the team trophy – well done!

The previous day, Saturday 18 October, the Parkruns went ahead as usual.  In Poole, Simon Way was 3rd of the 501 runners, and in Bournemouth, 2nd was Paul Hill (who else!), 6th was Ian White and 8th was Jud Kirk.  Also running, amongst the total of 208, were Steve Cox, Ian Graham, Louise Price and (no relation!) Will Price.

So, a busy weekend – pity there aren’t more photos!

Gold Hill 10k, Boscombe Pier 5k, Great Eastern Half, Langdale Horseshoe and Parkruns

 

Simon Munro has everything under control on Gold Hill
Simon Munro has everything under control on Gold Hill

The weekend 10/11/12 October was a busy one for BAC athletes, especially for Simon Munro, Paul Hill, Nikki Sandell and Jez and Gemma Bragg. Simon, having had an exceptional run to finish 28th in the first Hampshire Cross Country League at Farley Mount on the Saturday, proceeded to win the Gold Hill 10k the next day. Even more astonishing were the activities of Paul Hill who, one week after a running a marathon debut of 3.11, competed in the Boscombe Pier 5k on Friday, Bournemouth Parkrun and Hampshire League on Saturday, finishing with a 5th position in the Gold Hill 10k on Sunday. Nikki, Jez and Gemma both ran in the Cross Country and Gold Hill 10k, Nikki and Gemma ensuring a BAC senior ladies’ cross country team for the first time for many, many years, and a Road Race League and open win at Gold Hill, and Jez, with his 4th position at Gold Hill, ensuring similar wins for the BAC men. There were other notable performances by Jacek Cieluszecki, 9th at Farley Mount Steve Way, 7th in the Great Eastern Half Marathon, and Bridget Dence, 2nd in her age category at Farley Mount.  (See separate report for details of the Hampshire Cross Country League.)

BAC's DRRL team at Gold Hill - Steve Cox, Simon Munro, Jez Bragg and Paul Hill (Mike Cowham, BAC's 4th man, not in photo)
BAC’s DRRL team at Gold Hill – Steve Cox, Simon Munro, Jez Bragg and Paul Hill (Mike Cowham, BAC’s 4th man, not in photo)

The Gold Hill 10k on Sunday 12 October, organised by Gillingham Trotters, has been extended in the last year or so, so the distance is a full 10k, which has added another steep hill towards the end, making this course, including the ascent of Gold Hill itself, challenging to say the least.  It is remarkable, therefore, that so many BAC athletes, men and ladies, ran so well having competed in an equally challenging cross country race the day before.  Simon Munro, Jez Bragg and Paul Hill had all so competed, so congratulations to Simon on his win in 37.03, Jez on his 4th place in 39.45 and Paul, 5th in 40.25.  Of a total field of 212, Mike Cowham, 52nd in 47.16, completed the winning open team, and Steve Cox, 57th in 48.32, ensured a second place in the Dorset Road Race League, helping secure BAC‘s Mens’ Team’s win for 2014.  Ian Graham, trailing some way behind (and very happy not to be scoring in any team!), was the final BAC man to cross the line, 56th in 55.27.  Turning to the ladies, Nikki Sandell and Gemma Bragg both ran very well, even putting aside that they too had run in the cross country race the previous day, with Nikki finishing as the 2nd lady (1st FV), 29th overall in 44.39, and Gemma 4th lady in 45.03.  Nikki and Gemma received strong support from Caroline Rowley, 63rd in 49.34 (completing the winning Road Race League team), and, ensuring a 1st Ladies’ Team victory for BAC, and Cherry Sheffrin, 65th in 50 minutes exactly, the fourth member of the winning ladies’ team in the open competition.  A successful day for BAC, especially considering everything else happening during the weekend!

BAC's victorious Gold Hill Ladies' Team - Cherry Sheffrin, Caroline Rowley, Nikki Sandell and Gemma Bragg
BAC’s victorious Gold Hill Ladies’ Team – Cherry Sheffrin, Caroline Rowley, Nikki Sandell and Gemma Bragg

See below for more photos of Gold Hill 10k

The same day, Steve Way was running in the Great Eastern Half Marathon, in Peterborough, one of a series of half marathons in which Steve is competing in preparation for the 100k World Championships next month.  Of 1500 finishers, Steve was 7th in a time of 68.27, and was 1st Vet.

Steve Way competes in the Great Eastern Half Marathon, Peterborough
Steve Way competes in the Great Eastern Half Marathon, Peterborough

Friday evening, 10 October, saw the first of the Boscombe Pier 5k winter series, organised by Poole Runners.  Of 168 runners, Joe Arundel was 5th, and 1st U20 in 17.37.  Not far behind was Paul Hill, running the first of his post-marathon ‘weekend recovery’ of four races, 5th in 17.59.  Other BAC results were a rapidly improving Ross Smith, 20th, 19.09; 35th Jud Kirk 19.59; 40th Joe Price 20.27; 106 Tom Cochrane 24.43 (1st V75) and 159th Will Price 30.16.

The following morning, Paul Hill was again running in the Bournemouth Parkrun, which was won by Billy McGreevy, with Paul 6th of a total of 228.  Also competing were Jud Kirk, 12th, and Will Price, 143rd.  At the rear of the field Nikki Sandell was on duty as the tail runner.  Meanwhile, Simon Way was 2nd (of 519) in the Poole Parkrun.

Damian Boyle on the Lake District Fells
Damian Boyle on the Lake District Fells

Also on Saturday 12 October, Bournemouth AC could be spotted in the list of entries in the Langdale Horseshoe Fell Race in the Lake District, alongside the name of Damian Boyle.  The race has a distance of 21.1k with 1450m ascent.  At the time of writing, the results aren’t available, but Damian reports that there were many injuries, with two people having to be helicoptered off the mountains, but that he himself did OK “through training on the zigzags” and survived to finish in 3.11, about half-way down the field.  Sounds like quite an achievement!

Simon Munro with the winner's trophy
Simon Munro with the winner’s trophy
Nikki Sandell with 2nd lady trophy (Nikki was also 1st vet lady)
Nikki Sandell with 2nd lady trophy (Nikki was also 1st vet lady)

BAC athletes on Gold Hill…….

Jez Bragg
Jez Bragg
Paul Hill
Paul Hill
Gemma Bragg
Gemma Bragg
Mike Cowham
Mike Cowham
Steve Cox
Steve Cox
Caroline Rowley
Caroline Rowley
Cherry Sheffrin
Cherry Sheffrin
Ian Graham
Ian Graham

and at the finish………………

Simon Munro - winner!
Simon Munro – winner!
Jez Bragg
Jez Bragg
Paul Hill
Paul Hill
Nikki Sandell - 2nd lady (1st lady vet)
Nikki Sandell – 2nd lady (1st lady vet)
Gemma Bragg
Gemma Bragg
Mike Cowham
Mike Cowham
Steve Cox
Steve Cox
Caroline Rowley
Caroline Rowley
Cherry Sheffrin
Cherry Sheffrin
Ian Graham
Ian Graham

Hampshire and Wessex Cross Country Leagues

BAC's Ladies' Team - Gemma Bragg, Nikki Sandell and Louise Price
BAC’s Ladies’ Team – Gemma Bragg, Nikki Sandell and Louise Price

The first Hampshire Cross Country League took place at Farley Mount, Winchester, a welcome return to this venue, on Saturday 10 October. The notable performances of the day were from Jacek Cieluszecki, 9th in the Senior Mens’ Race, Bridget Dence, 2nd in the U17W race, and our three senior ladies, Nikki Sandell, Gemma Bragg and Louise Price, who made up the first BAC ladies’ team in this competition for many, many years.

Jacek Cieluszecki heads towards 9th position
Jacek Cieluszecki heads towards 9th position

Jacek Cieluszecki’s run was quite outstanding, 9th of a total of 236, in a time of 33.46, against a winning time of 32.39. A superb run was also produced by Simon Munro, 28th in 35.45, with Jez Bragg providing solid support, 70th in 39.02. The most important aim in these races is to ensure there is a complete team of five, so the runs of Paul Hill, 119th in 41.17, and Nick Kenchington, 129th in 41.57, were absolutely vital. Thank goodness BAC didn’t have to rely on Ian Graham, 221st in 52.08, to score! The end result was that BAC Senior Men were 8th of the 10 teams in Division 1, with 355 points (not far behind Winchester’s 344 in 7th), so perhaps this isn’t the start we’d hoped for, but at least it is good enough to progress forward during the season.
It was tremendous to see a BAC ladies’ team competing, and an excellent performance it was. Nikki Sandell was 41st in 26.53 with Gemma Bragg not far behind, 48th in 32.41. Completing the team was Louise Price, 110th in 32.41, and the team’s final position was 8th of 17 complete teams (all the ladies’ teams compete as one division), so this is a fantastic start – well done to the ladies! Let’s hope the momentum can continue for the rest of the season.

Simon Munro tackles a Farley Mount hill
Simon Munro tackles a Farley Mount hill

Bridget Dence continues to excel, finishing 2nd (of 35) in the U17W race in 19.52, a superb result considering Bridget has just moved up into this age category.  Of the U17M,  Brandon Meredith was 40th in 20.15 and Seb Hearn was 42nd in 20.51.  In the U13B race, Jim Dence was 43rd in 13.15 with Tom Farwell 44th in 13.17.  Well done to all our youngsters for their participation; we’re sure they’d welcome some of our other youngsters to compete alongside them

The week before, Sunday 5 October, the Wessex Cross Country League season opened at Avon Heath Brandon Meredith and Seb Hearn were BAC‘s representative, in the U17M race, with Brandon 4th in 21.48, and Seb 5th in 24.33.

Jez Bragg approaches the finish at Farley Mount
Jez Bragg approaches the finish at Farley Mount
Paul Hill completes the Farley Mount course
Paul Hill completes the Farley Mount course
Nick Kenchington concentrates
Nick Kenchington concentrates
Ian Graham - smiling!
Ian Graham – smiling!
Jacek Cieluszecki moves through the field
Jacek Cieluszecki moves through the field
Simon Munro in good form
Simon Munro in good form
Jez Bragg leads a crowd
Jez Bragg leads a crowd
Paul Hill takes it in his stride
Paul Hill takes it in his stride

 

 

Bournemouth Marathon Festival, Atlantic Coast Challenge, Loch Ness Marathon, Windsr HM and Bournemouth Parkrun

 

Tom Paskins on his way to a PB in the Loch Ness Marathon
Tom Paskins on his way to a PB in the Loch Ness Marathon

There are many remarkable performances to report from the weekend 4/5 October and earlier, including, in the Bournemouth Marathon Festival, a PB and a win by Jacek Cieluszecki (Half Marathon), a win and a 2nd place by Rob McTaggart (10k and 5k respectively) and a 12th place by Jez Bragg in the Marathon itself, in which Paul Hill ran 3.02.51 in his very first attempt over the distance.  In the 5k there were some very impressive performances by our youngsters.  In other events, Tom Paskins also achieved a PB in the Loch Ness Marathon and Graeme Miller and Paul Hill (the day before his debut marathon!) were first and second in the Bournemouth Parkrun.

But few would argue that the most outstanding achievement of the weekend was Jon Sharkey‘s participation in the Atlantic Coast Challenge, a three day gruelling event (in which Andy Gillespie also competed), from Padstow to Lands End, a distance of 78.6 miles – in other words three marathons!  The race is broken into three stages, the first (3 October) from Padstow to Perranporth, the second on to St Ives, and the final day to Lands End.  Jon was the winner on days 1 and 2, in times of 3.58.43 and 3.52.53 respectively (this is not a road race!) and was second on day 3 in 5.02.37.  The winner on day 3 was Duncan Oakes (of Mud Crew Ultra Team!), who was a mere five minutes ahead of Jon, and as Duncan, although second, was almost 12 minutes behind Jon on day 1, and finished 6th on day 2, the undisputed winner of the entire event was our very own Jon Sharkey – how proud we are!  This takes nothing away from Andy‘s performance; of 150 or so finishers (and no doubt there were many DNFs) Andy was 65th on days 1 and 2, and 74th on day 3.  Most of us wouldn’t even contemplate a challenge of this magnitude, so to win is quite outstanding, but just completing doesn’t come far behind!

Jacek Cieluszecki (right) 1st and Steve Way 2nd in the Half Marathon
Jacek Cieluszecki (right) 1st and Steve Way 2nd in the Half Marathon

Returning to the Bournemouth Marathon Festival, this was again a huge success, blessed as it was by good weather.  The race of the weekend was undoubtedly the Half Marathon, and a race it was between Jacek Cieluszecki and Steve Way, with, as already noted, Jacek winning in 69.29, with Steve a very close second in 69.43.  Jacek and Steve train regularly together, with Jacek pushing Steve, and Steve helping Jacek by providing him with the ‘competition’ in training which has led to his continual improvement.  Steve was leading the Half Marathon until Bournemouth Pier, with 200/300 metres to go, where Jacek, who had been gradually creeping up on Steve, caught up with him, and in the final sprint, just had the edge, incidentally costing Steve £100 in prize money!  Steve, however, as one would expect of him, was entirely magnanimous in defeat by his ‘protégé ‘ (if defeat this was), even telling the thousands waiting to start the Marathon in Kings Park, which Steve started, that he’d been beaten in the Half by his club-mate, Jacek!  Of 2774 competitors who finished the Half Marathon, Caroline Rowley was 260th in 1.37.44.  In the Marathon itself, Jez Bragg ran impressively (particularly considering Jez hasn’t been training specifically for this) to finish 12th (of 1968 finishers) in 2.51.13, over what cannot be described as a PB course.  Paul Hill, in his debut marathon, was 42nd in 3.02.51, also an impressive run  without specific training, and following a period off running through injury.  Richard Nelson was BAC’s third Marathon runner and, in what must be Richard‘s Nth marathon of the year, was 70th in 3.11.35.  Rob McTaggart was the first of 1322 in the 10k on Saturday 4 October in 34.07 (other BAC results in the 10k – 12. Damian Boyle 38.21; 15. Ross Smith 38.51; 26. Chris O’Brien 40.16; 32. George Way 41.03; 38. Simon Hearn 41.24; 105. Cherry Sheffrin 44.52).  A short while later, Rob, whose BAC vest must have been in the wash, was second in the 5k in 16.31, in which Karl Welch was third in 17.06.  Also running in the 5k were a number of our youngsters, led by Lewis Sainval, an astonishing 7th in his first ever 5k, Jeremy Clay, 10th in 18.24,  Bridget Dence (who was the first lady overall), 18th in 18.49, an ever improving Sebastian Hearn, 19th in a PB time of 19.40, and Tom Farwell (just 11 years of age), 51st (of a total number of finishers of 833) in 21.08.  (Apologies if anyone has been missed from the results of the Bournemouth Marathon Festival) 

Steve Way leads the Half Marathon - for the moment!
Steve Way leads the Half Marathon – for the moment!
Steve Way with Jacek Cieluszecki approaching
Steve Way with Jacek Cieluszecki approaching

See below for more photographs of the Marathon Festival

A week or so previously, Tom Paskins and Andy Jennings were displaying the BAC vest in other parts of the nation.  Tom returned to his home country to run an impressive PB of 3.05.58 in the Loch Ness Marathon, which Tom describes as a “beautiful but challenging course with an absolute monster of a hill at the 19 mile mark”.  Presumably no other monsters were seen.  Tom was 58th of a total of 2478.  Meanwhile Andy ran the Windsor Half, which Andy described as “hot and hilly”, in 1.32.22, finishing 72nd of 4096, on a course which Andy recommends, “but the afternoon start is a bit challenging”!

Returning to Bournemouth, in the Parkrun in Kings Park on 4 October, Graeme Miller was the winner, in a PB for this course, and second was Paul Hill, who, as noted, ran the Bournemouth Marathon the next day!  Also running were Jud Kirk, Joe Price, Peter Thompson and Billy McGreevy (running together and some way down the field – clearly resting after their Berlin Marathon PBs), Will Price and Janet Dickinson.

Jez Bragg (Marathon)
Jez Bragg (Marathon)
Jez Bragg finishes the Marathon
Jez Bragg finishes the Marathon

 

Paul Hill hydrates in his debut marathon
Paul Hill hydrates in his debut marathon
Richard Nelson (Marathon)
Richard Nelson (Marathon)
Damian Boyle (BAC vest) (10k)
Damian Boyle (BAC vest) (10k)
Ross Smith (10k)
Ross Smith (10k)
Ross Smith finishes the 10k
Ross Smith finishes the 10k
Chris O'Brien (10k)
Chris O’Brien (10k)
Simon Hearn (10k)
Simon Hearn (10k)