As a special feature, results include age gradings. These show your speed relative to world-best for the distance for your age and gender. Age gradings are rated as follows: >100% = world record level; >90% = world class; >80% = national class; >70% = regional class; >0% = an athlete. And there were some truly outstanding performances (see below). For example, Peter Rushen ran at 85% of the world-best speed for males of his age. Well done to you all.
|Name||Gender||Age category||Time hh:mm:ss||Pace (mm:ss/km)||Age-graded relative speed|
|Peter Rushen||M||60 years & over||1:23:09||03:56||85.37%|
|Jeanette Austin||F||60 years & over||1:53:05||05:22||82.95%|
|Hayley Newman||F||20 – 39 years||1:25:21||04:03||77.44%|
|Declan Hargreaves||M||20 – 39 years||1:18:25||03:43||73.99%|
|Craig Bramley||M||50 – 59 years||1:29:29||04:14||73.79%|
|Angela Nuss||F||50 – 59 years||1:54:38||05:26||71.53%|