Good morning Albert parkrunners,
Well what a lovely, sunny parkrun we had this morning at Albert Park, lovely to sit and have a coffee at the end in the glorious sunshine.
Today saw the first outing of our new finish tokens and that they were all returned!!! Boom thankyou all. Thank you to the ladies who put in a donation towards them.
Few milestones this morning:
Kevin Atkinson completed his 100th run on his 50th birthday – Well done!
Steve Midgeley completed his 73rd run – everyone worth a mention
As we approach holiday season, the need for volunteers to come forward is most important as regulars will be away and we need to ensure we have the correct number of marshalls around the course as well as the core jobs of timekeeper, etc – So please let us know if you can assist email us as email@example.com or leave comment/message on facebook.
Anyway onto today’s results and statistics:
Albert parkrun, Middlesbrough - Event number 537 - 30th June 2018
This week 239 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 12 were first timers and 33 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 21 different clubs took part.
The event was made possible by 18 volunteers:
Peter QUINN • Tracey QUINN • Sid RUDD • Ann JACKSON • Jim BEAUCHAMP • William FRASER • Steven KING • Mark WILSON • Wajid QURESHI • Sheila Margaret BROWN • Paul MCGOURAN • Chris JONES • Matthew WRIGHT • Kelvin PUGH • Sharali VILLAYAT • Gerda ARTS • Jason MCGOURAN • Michelle HOLDSWORTH
Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Albert parkrun, Middlesbrough Results Page
The female record is held by Stacey Louise SMITH who recorded a time of 16:38 on 8th January 2011 (event number 137).
The male record is held by Cameron Ross BOYEK who recorded a time of 14:29 on 16th September 2017 (event number 494).
The Age Grade course record is held by Guy BRACKEN who recorded 94.56% (16:15) on 4th February 2017 (event number 462).
Albert parkrun, Middlesbrough started on 31st May 2008. Since then 10,843 participants have completed 121,517 parkruns covering a total distance of 607,585 km, including 20,209 new Personal Bests.
Well tomorrow sees the Boro 5K in honour of a wonderful guy Ali Brownlee – so no doubt will see lots of you there – have a good one! Where ever you are running/walking/jogging/cycling enjoy and plenty of suncream and drinks!
Enjoy the rest of the weekend