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 Jean-Pierre HAEC l'ami Ultra Grand Fondeur.

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MessageSujet: Jean-Pierre HAEC l'ami Ultra Grand Fondeur.   Mar 11 Déc - 23:54:38

Il a couru du Marathon à l'Ultra, il a aussi marché
Nous nous sommes croisés sans le savoir lors du championnat de France des 100km à Laroche-Migennes en 1984. Jean-Pierre était arrivé alors que je devais entamer la nuit et les 50 derniers kilomètres... imaginer la scène me plaît assez. 
Nous avons fait connaissance 15 ans plus tard par l'intermédiaire de Guy Destré
Nous étions du même monde sportif, le Grand grand grand fond, c'était bien, très bien.
Ce soir, malgré ces années sans le voir, Jean-Pierre me manque et je me suis permis d'aller "piocher" des infos sur sa carrière sportive, une sorte d'hommage au copain parti quoi, un "coup d'Blues".
Si quelques-uns d'entre vous l'ont frôlés, faites un signe, merci pour lui.
Sportivement à toi l'ami. Respect. Bernard. 

Voici quelques-uns de ces résultats "pêchés" sur le net.

Jean-Pierre HAEC né le 7.10.49

1979
Marathon Givré 2h46’58’’ 23e

1980
100km Millau 8h09’32’’
Marathon Givré 32e 2h47’51’’
Marathon Taverny 2h52’45’’ 15e
Marathon Bezons 2h43’22’’ 15e

1981
Marathon Givré 2h37’52’’ 4e
Marathon de l’Essonne 2h39’08’’
Marathon de la vallée de Chevreuse 2h36’52’’ 4e

Marathon Val de Marne 2h38’08’’
Marathon Orléans 2h41’19’’ 4e
Marathon de Saint-André-des-Eaux 2h48’’42’’ 2e ’’
100km Millau 7h30’15’’
100km Montluçon 7h30’16’’
100km Martigné-Ferchaud 7h37’43’’

1982
100km Amiens 7h10’40’’
100km Montluçon 7h15’03’’
100km St Pierre d’Amilly 7h38’10’’
100km Niort 8h11’
100km Millau 8h06’
24h Niort 11e 251km 600 14.11.1982



1983
100km Condom 7h19’07’’
100km de Martigné-Ferchaud vainqueur 7h39’29’’ 17.4.1983
[size=13][size=13]100km St Pierre d’Amilly 8h41’17’’ [/size][/size]
48h de Gloucester 2e 368km 370 Record de France piste

1984
championnat de France 100km Laroche-Migennes 7h33’30
100km Martigné-Ferchaud 7h37’43’’





"ses" 48 heures de Gloucester et son record de France:
Gloucester, Saturday 14th May 1983:

13-15 May 1983 - 48-hour track race - Gloucester
DOWDLE PASSES 100 MILE MARK
The expected clash between Gloucester's top ultra long distance runners Martin Daykin and Dave Dowdle in the 48-hour international track race at Blackbridge has come to nothing.
For although Dowdle was in the lead this morning at the 15 hour mark, Daykin was out with a back injury, and unlikely to complete any more laps.
Dowdle reached 100 miles at world record pace, and stopped for a sleep, but he was fast being overhauled by Jean-Pierre Haec of France, who had taken a shorter amount of time out to rest.
Statistician in charge of the event, Andy Milroy, said the event and others like it were very much a matter of strategy. "The runners have to pace themselves carefully the whole time just to be able to keep running," he said. "If they don't, they will be out through injury long before the end of the 48 hours."
Any time the runners take off for sleeping, they are not covering distance, and since the object of the race is to cover the longest distance in the time allowed, many simply slow down to a walk rather than stopping.
Behind Haec at 15 hours was Dave Cooper of Cambridge Harriers, 15 miles adrift, and behind him was Dutchman Henk Noor Veenweg.
The next Gloucester runner was Ken Leyshon, 5th, who had covered 80 miles.
Conditions have not ben perfect for the run, with blustery winds and heavy showers, but the organisers hoped that there would be a good crowd on Sunday afternoon to help the runners towards the finish.

Race report from Citizen newspaper, Monday 16th May 1983:

RECORDS TUMBLE TO DAVE - DOWDLE IS ON TOP OF THE WORLD!
Diminutive Dave Dowdle has conquered the world again. Running in the Gloucester 48 hour race he broke three world records, adding to the one he already holds over 24 hours.
In his most astonishing run to date, the Longlevens athlete covered just over 238 miles, almost two miles further than the previous 48 hour record distance held by the Frenchman, Jean-Gilles Boussiquet.
The average motorway driver would need to be on the road for around four hours to match Dowdle's distance - the equivalent of running from Gloucester to Manchester and back.
Dowdle was offered no scenic route. His 200 mile slog had to be negotiated in heavy bouts of thunder and lightning, a fact which kept the sports record breaking lady, Lynn Fitzgerald, away from Blackbridge.
Cheered on by the locals, Dowdle shattered both the 300Km (reached in 35h, 27m, 03s) and 200 mile (reached in 38h, 34m, 16s) world record times before eclipsing Boussiquet's 48 hour distance with a gentle canter.
Frenchman Jean-Pierre Haec challenged strongly for the lead on Saturday night.
"He had kept me going. When he dropped out it almost destroyed me. It was very difficult to raise myself, knowing I was now out on my own," explained Dowdle.
Haec, who had entered the race late, took a four hour rest on Sunday morning and it cost him the chance of top honours. His finishing distance of 368.368Km left him just one lap short of clinching third place on the world all time best list over 24 hours.
Two French records at 300Km and 200 miles and second place at Gloucester gave Jean-Pierre some consolation.
Records certainly went crashing. After a miserable start in which the weather threatened to 'nobble' the runners, the race ended up producing 15 record holders, three world bests and 12 national records.
Cambridge Harrier Dave Cooper set a British veterans' record at 300Km, 200 miles and 48 hours, finishing third overall with a distance of almost 352Km.
American ultra-distance runner Marvin Skagerberg broke his own United States veterans' record, completing 290Km in 48 hours.
Dutchman Henk Noor set new Dutch records at 100 miles, 24 hours and 48 hours and local Gloucester runner Ken Leyshon was unlucky not to enter the record books after finishing fifth overall with a magnificent run of 283.663Km.
It was not all joy for Gloucester AC. Martin Daykin withdrew from the event 15 hours after the start after injuring his back helping to unload camping equipment. He had been a strong favourite to take the 200Km world record and had led until his injury.
Clubmate Richard Dalby was another casualty. He had to pull out with a groin strain after 100Km 
"The race had looked a disaster on Saturday afternoon. The weather had been terrible, Lynn Fitzgerald the ladies' world record holder had not turned up, Martin Daykin was out of the race and Dave Dowdle was only lying seventh," recalled the race secretary, Chris O'Carroll.
That we should produce 15 new records is unbelievable. What is particularly pleasing is that those people who travelled from abroad also broke records. The French, Dutch and Americans were all rewarded. It was nice that the honours should be shared around."
Runners were quick to congratulate Gloucester AC for their organisation of the two day event. Responding to that praise, club officials thanked all those who volunteered as lap scorers during the 48 hours.

Race report by Chris O'Carroll from Athletics Weekly, 25th June 1983:

THREE WORLD BESTS FOR DAVE DOWDLE


There was a glut of record breaking performances at Blackbridge track, Gloucester, on May 13-15th, as Dave Dowdle led the way with a world's best performance of 238M 1122yd / 384.050Km, in Gloucester AC's 48-hour invitation track race. 21 runners started, including one woman - Anne Sayer, although pre-race favourites, Richard Dalby and Martin Daykin, were both early casualties.
Many people thought that Dowdle's 24-hour world best was a one-off fluke, but he proved the cynics wrong by setting world best marks at 300Km (35:27:03) and 200M (38:34:16) en route to his 48-hour total. Runner-up was Parisian, Jean-Pierre Haec, who set French records at 300Km (40:19:07) and 200M (42:57:09) and placed third on the all-time list with his final achievement of 228M 1574yd (368.370Km). If the Frenchman hadn't overslept, Dowdle might have had a battle on his hands to win the race!
Third place went to Dave Cooper, a Vet, who ran a great tactical race - race walking, running and resting throughout - to notch up 218M 1149yd, with world Vets bests at 300Km (41:31:01) and 200M (44:24:08) on the way; and, behind him, Marvin Skagerberg improved US Vets marks throughout to finish with 180M 565yd (290.198Km).


1, D Dowdle (Glouc) 238M 1122yd (384.050Km); 2, J Haec (Fra) 228M 1574yd (368.370); 3, D Cooper (Camb H) 218M 1149yd (351.888); 4, M Skagerberg (US) 180M 565yd (290.918); 5, K Leyshon (Glouc) 176M 20yd (283.263); 6, K Shaw (Camb H) 167M 720yd (269.410); 7, H Noor (Neth) 160M 529yd (257.979); 8, M Campbell (Notts) 148M 1550yd (239.600); 9, B Slade (Exe) 148M 112yd (239.200); 10, T Burbridge (Ver) 146M 192yd (235.139); 11, R Lawton (Holm) 137M 1604yd (221.947); 12, C Van Der Kooy (Neth) 134M 735yd (216.324); 13, R Thornton (Salis) 122M 1723yd (187.915); 14, J de Roquefeuil (Fra) 114M 195yd (183.643); 15, G Stenger (Fra) 84M 891yd (136.000); 16, F Van Bruchem (Neth) 78M 78yd (125.600); 17, K Buckle (Chelt) 72M 139yd (116.000); 18, R Dalby (Glouc) 68M 1055yd (110.400); 19, M Daykin (Glouc) 68M 180yd (190.600); 20eq, P Collins (Can) & Ann Sayer 62M 241yd (100.000).




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MessageSujet: Jean-Pierre HAEC l'ami Ultra Grand Fondeur   Mer 12 Déc - 6:42:40

Waouh !...Quel palmarès...Repose en paix, champion...Condoléances à toute sa famille et ses proches...
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MessageSujet: Re: Jean-Pierre HAEC l'ami Ultra Grand Fondeur.   Mer 12 Déc - 9:40:10

Jean-Claude !
Quand le sport colle à la peau...
Prend soin de toi man !

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MessageSujet: Re: Jean-Pierre HAEC l'ami Ultra Grand Fondeur.   Jeu 13 Déc - 6:46:34

repose en paix la classe condoleances a toute sa famille
et que de souvenirs a l ao buc   jcc
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MessageSujet: Re: Jean-Pierre HAEC l'ami Ultra Grand Fondeur.   Jeu 13 Déc - 20:05:26

Lollichon
J'ai "fréquenté" la côte de Buc, le viaduc, lors de brevets de marche avec Bernard Soulisse et ses copains, toute une époque ! Peut-être s'est-on côtoyé.
Amicalement

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MessageSujet: Re: Jean-Pierre HAEC l'ami Ultra Grand Fondeur.   Ven 14 Déc - 6:40:45

bien sur toi qui m a fait decouvrir le grand fond avec guy
jean claude courcy
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MessageSujet: Lollichon JCC...2007   Ven 28 Déc - 20:38:57

Juste le temps de retrouver la photo de famille et voilà !
Quelles heures nuits et jours d'anthologie !
Quelles émotions !
Quel bonheur de t'avoir vu arriver à Colmar !
Bonne fête de fin et de début d'année Jean-Claude !


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MessageSujet: Re: Jean-Pierre HAEC l'ami Ultra Grand Fondeur.   Mar 1 Jan - 13:49:00

encore merci pour tous ces merveilleux moments passes
 sur les routes et bon voeux a vous jc et marie
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