This site brings together the results of athletics events from around the Island. You can see the results of a
particular race or you can view an individual's performance. For those athletes who compete at off-Island events
there is a link to the 'Power of 10' website.
I have also included statistics for course records and race winners, where I have enough information available. Any records derived
from these results are purely unofficial. For official records and rankings go to the IOMAA website
Races over standard distances include age-graded scores. These are based on the 2010 age and gender grading tables developed by WMA (World Masters Athletics).
These scores have been categorized into these broad achievement levels:
- 100% = Approximate World Record Level
- Over 90% = World Class
- Over 80% = National Class
- Over 70% = Regional Class
- Over 60% = Local Class
Note that these gradings can only be calculated on athletes for which there is a date of birth on the system.
Google maps have been used to illustrate the route and location of courses. You will need Google Earth or its "plug-in" installed
on your machine to see these. If you don’t already have either of these, just follow the on-screen instructions when a map is loaded.
Where available, links from race results to You Tube videos have been added.
A news page shows current items of interest from the BBC. Another page is devoted to a web store where you can browse or
purchase sports goods and clothing. The store has been provided to help offset the website's running costs so please do make use of
it. It is athletics themed but also gives you full access to the Amazon.co.uk site.
New results will be added as they become available. I will upload past results as time permits. You can keep up to
date by subscribing to the news feed on the right hand side of the page.
If you have any comments regarding the site, please go to the contact page and leave me a message.
First home in the Peel Hill (NRFTW) was Lloyd Taggart, with Nick Colburn in second and Tom Cringle third.
In the ladies race, the winner was Judith Quane, followed by Rosy Craine and Helen Taylor.