Les Tobin Memorial Monthly Time Trial
Our monthly Time Trial is held on the second Sunday of each month at either North Lakes, Redcliffe or Sandgate.
5.30am (Summer) / 6.00am (Winter months)
|Time Trials provide opportunity to run under race conditions, improve speed and confidence prior to running in your goal event.|
Competing in the Time Trials
Start Time – 5.30am (Summer) / 6.00am (Winter months)
Please arrive at least 10 minutes early. Our Timekeeper will record your official finishing time on the results sheet.
The overall winner in each category will be announced & crowned as the (5km walk, 5km Run, 10km) Time Trial Champion at the Moreton Bay Road Runners Annual General Meeting held each November.
Scoring is based on race, bonus and participation points.
Points to the top ten participants with the largest Percentage improvement on their previous time trial. 10 points to the most improved, 9 points to the second most improved, 8 to third and so forth to 1 point for the 10 most improved for each time trial.
Your 8 best time points that you received throughout the year will be used to calculate your total Race Points. These will be adjusted if required after the final race of the year and only affect your score.
Contribute to your overall score as follows:
1 point for volunteering
1 point for starting in your correct wave
1 point to all participants for completing the Time Trial
Scores will be withheld for the last 2 time trials of the year to allow for any adjustments as required. Winers are announced at the MBRR AGM held in November.
About Les Tobin
Les along with Christy McFadden started the monthly time trial as a tool for members to strive for improvement.
Les was regularly the 3hr 45min pacer at the Gold Coast Marathon, a key player in the club’s participation in the Endeavour 500km Road Relay, a true leader in guiding and supporting club members in their training for various events and quite simply a really great guy. Les also served his country as a proud military man and was an avid studier in the field of genealogy.
Les was a long term member of the club who is remembered as a true gentleman and passionate runner who was always keen to share his experience, humor and enthusiasm. Sadly, Les passed away in January 2018 & is truly missed by those in the club who knew him.
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