Marathon Champions

The Male and Female Marathon trophies were created as a novelty award in the late 1980’s by Michael and Virginia Oakley, two past members. They are awarded to the fastest Woodstock member (male/female) in any marathon who wore the Woodstock uniform in that event. That member retains the trophy until a member completes another marathon.

The list of our Male Marathon Champions is shown below:

Date Male Champions Marathon Time
19/09/2010 Brendan Davies Sydney 2:37:03
25/07/2010 Brendan Davies Westlink M7 Cities 2:37:14
13/06/2010 Jeff Morunga Macleay River 5:02:00
02/05/2010 Martin Amy Canberra 2:49:31
11/10/2009 Jeff Morunga Macleay River 5:02:00
11/10/2009 Brendan Davies Melbourne 2:42:10
20/09/2009 Phil Lobsey Sydney 3:37:58
26/07/2009 Jeff Morunga M7 Cities 4:52:50
19/07/2009 Brendan Davies Hunter Valley 2:47:00
07/06/2009 Brendan Davies Macleay River 2:48:59
11/04/2009 Brendan Davies Canberra 2:51:14
27/09/2008 Brendan Davies Fitzroy Falls Fire Trail 3:07:37
21/09/2008 Martin Amy Sydney 2:55:56
27/07/2008 Brendan Davies M7 Cities 2:54:07
06/07/2008 Martin Amy Gold Coast 3:14:24
08/06/2008 Brendan Davies Macleay River 2:47:36
13/04/2008 Brendan Davies Canberra 2:49:49
13/10/2007 Brendan Davies Fitzroy Falls Fire Trail 3:24:09
07/10/2007 Jeff Morunga Melbourne 4:15:55
23/09/2007 Brendan Davies Sydney 3:14:03
29/07/2007 Jeff Morunga Cities 4:29:55
10/06/2007 Jeff Morunga Macleay River 5:13:46
15/04/2007 Vass Vassiliou Canberra 3:34:58
09/04/2006 Nick Spasevski Canberra 3:41:47
03/07/2005 Vass Vassiliou Gold Coast 3:27:53
10/04/2005 Nick Spasevski Canberra 3:22:15
13/06/2004 Jeff Morunga Kempsey 3:56:??
18/04/2004 Max Crossley London 3:23:57
18/04/2004 Nick Spasevski Canberra 3:13:35
14/09/2003 John Murray Flora Marathon, Sydney 3:11:56
20/04/2003 Max Crossley Nagano, Japan 3:51:41
13/04/2003 Trevor Dartnell Canberra 3:23:33
15/09/2002 John Murray Sydney 2:55:55
14/04/2002 Jon Patrick Canberra 3:42:42
26/11/2001 Barry Crisp Bangkok 3:21:20
28/10/2001 Roger Cox Sydney 3:58:40
10/06/2001 Ray Dean Kempsey 3:28:00
29/04/2001 Nick Spasevski Brisbane 3:25:14
08/04/2001 David Blackwell Canberra 3:56:17
08/10/2000 Peter Semitekolos Melbourne 3:25:15
30/07/2000 Nick Spasevski Two Cities 3:22:12
30/04/2000 Nick Spasevski Host City Marathon, Sydney 3:24:22
10/10/1999 Nick Spasevski Melbourne 3:29:08
29/08/1999 Roger Cox Two Cities 4:06:00
11/04/1999 Peter Semitekolos Canberra 3:24:07
18/10/1998 Peter Semitekolos Melbourne 3:19:55
06/09/1998 Terry Cleary Sydney 3:49:06
26/07/1998 Roger Cox Two Cities 4:09:30
12/07/1998 Nick Spasevski Gold Coast 3:23:30
19/04/1998 Brad Renshaw Canberra 3:58:41
05/10/1997 Cameron McKenzie Melbourne 3:37:40
13/07/1997 Brett Robinson Gold Coast 3:20:57
29/06/1997 Tony Duroux Cities 4:39:00
13/04/1997 Peter Semitekolos Canberra 3:24:29
21/10/1996 Peter Semitekolos Melbourne 3:19:08
18/08/1996 Kazuaki Takahashi Sydney 3:11:30
30/06/1996 Charles Ringuet Cities 3:24:00
27/08/1995 Alan Kinder Sydney 4:06:00
??/07/1995 Derek White Cities 4:43:12
09/04/1995 Ron Daley Canberra 3:38:58
28/08/1994 John Dawlings Sydney 3:01:00
??/07/1994 Derek White Cities 4:30:22
18/04/1993 Jim Owen Canberra 2:39:05
??/08/1992 Chris Siepen Adelaide 3:22:00
??/??/???? David Mathers Holsworthy 4:14:01
18/08/1991 Vass Vassiliou Twin Cities 3:05:33
07/07/1991 Vass Vassiliou Combination 3:15:23
15/06/1991 Derek White Bathurst 4:19:33
25/04/1991 Vass Vassiliou Fletcher’s Track 3:16:55
14/04/1991 Andrew Forrest Canberra 2:59:17
19/08/1990 Vass Vassiliou Twin Cities 3:17:55
01/07/1990 David Mathers Combination 3:14:03
25/04/1990 Vass Vassiliou Anzac 3:09:50
24/02/1990 Bob Shearer Fletcher’s Track 3:43:55
06/12/1989 Colin Green World Veterans 3:18:23
20/08/1989 Vass Vassiliou Twin Cities 3:16:25
25/04/1989 Domenico Matruglio Anzac 2:57:31
09/10/1988 Frank Berlouis Melbourne 3:12:33
21/08/1988 Domenico Matruglio Twin Cities 2:43:21
24/07/1988 Seamus Maher Gold Coast 2:47:05
17/07/1988 David Mathers Combination 3:14:16
18/06/1988 Derek White Bathurst 3:51:12
25/04/1988 Vass Vassiliou Anzac 2:59:09
26/10/1987 Pat McCarthy Dublin, Ireland 4:50:00
25/10/1987 David Mathers Toowoomba 3:26:41
11/10/1987 Frank Berlouis Melbourne 3:07:38
20/09/1987 Alan Tully Glasgow, Scotland 3:38:45
16/08/1987 Alan Tully Bolton, England 3:45:20
16/08/1987 Keith Jackson Cities 3:15:00
19/07/1987 Keith Jackson Combination 3:12:27
11/07/1987 Derek White Bathurst 3:37:48
07/06/1987 Terry Bailey Australian (Sydney) 3:13:55
24/05/1987 David Mathers Moreton Bay, Qld 3:29:45
25/04/1987 Michael Oakley Anzac 3:08:05

Female Marathon Champions

The Male and Female Marathon trophies were created as a novelty award in the late 1980’s by Michael and Virginia Oakley, two past members. They are awarded to the fastest Woodstock member (male/female) in any marathon who wore the Woodstock uniform in that event. That member retains the trophy until a member completes another marathon.

The list of our Female Marathon Champions is shown below:

Date Female Champions Marathon Time
19/09/2010 Rebecca Bangura Sydney 4:20:35
25/07/2010 Rebecca Bangura Westlink M7 Cities 4:11:02
4/07/2010 Teresa Wood Gold Coast 4:20:44
05/07/2009 Tomomi Yamazaki Gold Coast 4:06:54
07/06/2009 Charissa Patacsil Macleay River 3:56:04
31/05/2009 Michelle Warren Sri Chinmoy, Williamstown, Vic 4:35:59
11/04/2009 Thalia Anthony Canberra 3:54:04
11/10/2008 Michelle Warren Melbourne 5:05:41
21/09/2008 Michelle Warren Sydney 5:21:49
07/10/2007 Deirdre Stewart Melbourne 4:04:51
23/09/2007 Larissa Tichon Sydney 4:43:07
09/04/2006 Bronwyn Suley Canberra 3:26:47
28/06/2002 Sarah Cooper Gold Coast 4:04:28
14/04/2002 Julia Fung Canberra 3:45:31
28/10/2001 Sarah Cooper Sydney 4:09:23
29/04/2001 Sarah Cooper Brisbane 4:11:11
30/04/2000 Roz Lloyd Host City, Sydney 3:55:41
11/04/1999 Deidre Stewart Canberra 3.47.14
08/04/1997 Monica Kiraly Canberra 3.54.30
27/08/1995 Roz Lloyd Sydney 3.45.00
09/04/1995 Lesley Maher Canberra 3.54.49
14/04/1991 Sue Johnson-Ham Canberra 3.46.59
10/12/1989 Dot Siepmann Honolulu 4.13.30
06/08/1989 Dot Siepmann World Vets (Oregon) 3.45.39
24/07/1988 Dot Siepmann Gold Coast 3.28.17
09/04/1988 Virginia Clark Canberra 3.42.39

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