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2017 Hooky Christmas Canter

Information (e.g., entry forms, results and photos) for running races (e.g., 5K, 10K, 10M, half marathon), both road races and multi-terrain, that are in Oxfordshire, Berks and Bucks, parts of Glos, Hants, Northants and Wilts, ...     Generated: Sun 31 Dec at 19:05:33 GMT

2017 Hooky Christmas Canter

The 2017 Hooky Christmas Canter took place at Hook Norton on 17th December 2017.
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I'm sorry but I didn't get the runners that passed me between 11:46:20 and 11:47:17 as I moved to a spot with less rain.
Some of the pictures are bad. This was caused by there being moisture on the filter that's in front off my lens.
I repeatedly tried to find time whilst runners came towards me to get water off the filter!!

Use this calculator to get a rough idea of your times at the points where I took photos.

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The photos are available for you to download (free of charge). If you put a photo somewhere public (including Facebook), please add the credit Photo by Barry Cornelius. Thanks. Each of the above links takes you to a set of thumbnails on flickr. If you click on one of the thumbnails, it displays just this photo. If you wish to download this photo, click on the download icon in the bottom right hand corner. Then click on a size. You should then get a popup asking whether you want to open the file or save it.
Click here for details of the photos I took that were used in local newspapers.
Click here to see the photos that I took at this event in 2016.
Click here to see other races where I've taken photos.
Click here for the results of the 2017 Hooky Christmas Canter.
Click here to see a list of future races near Oxfordshire.

Here are some photos from this year's race. Click on an image to see it in hi-res:

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Sam O'Neill was the first man  
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Melissa Venables (Spa Striders) was the first woman
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