Medway Park events Saturday 21st April 2018

This coming Saturday, 21st April 2018 GB Wheelchair Rugby National Championships is taking place at Medway Park.

The upper car park is going to be limited to the use of blue badge holders. If possible Medway Park will open the overflow.

Please allow extra time to travel and park and where possible car share, seek alternative parking or walk to Great Lines parkrun.

The event is free spectator admission so please go along after your parkrun to enjoy the action.

Great Lines team.

 

#232 Saturday 14th April run report by Heather and Jenny

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What a lovely hot day for a run…….said no runner ever! Joking aside, it was a refreshing change from the more recent drizzly and even snowy parkruns at Great Lines. No two weeks are ever the same as the weather has such an impact, especially going up or down the Alps!!.

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We have been going to parkrun since 2015 and a few of you may know us, Heather and Jenny… although we do often turn up in disguise, so you may not always recognise us. Despite our experience we continue to learn. Jenny learnt today not to take cheap tissues to mop her face! Having run to parkrun, there was some pre-run faffing as Heather picked the bits of tissue off for her, just in case there’s a photographer …..we do love a photo!

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We attended our first Great Lines parkrun together on 24th January 2015. Luckily, we recall it was a pleasant day weather wise and we managed it with a combination of walking, especially on the second lap of the field, and a gentle jog. At the end Jenny started chatting to her friend who had introduced her to parkrun. Small world as it was a lady Heather went to school with!!

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Initially we each developed our own preferences for running the course. Heather’s usually involved earphones, so she couldn’t hear her struggling breath, and watching individuals and trying to catch up with them!! Jenny opted for the steadier run whilst still trying to beat her PB and catch up with Heather! What we love about parkrun is that when we were struggling on that field on the second lap there was usually someone who would check we were ok and offer words of encouragement. The ever so popular Darrell being one of those people and he has continued to support and encourage us, even when we overtake him!

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Having completed some 5k and 10k events we then had the bug and a plan formed – for those that know us you will know Heather loves a plan. We spent a lot of time together training during the summer of 2016 and completed the Race for Life marathon in September. Throughout that time parkrun was the perfect opportunity for us to work on pace and enjoy a shorter run.

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Since then we have continued to enjoy our home parkrun of Great Lines and we have each introduced our other halves to the event, as well as other family members and friends. We have also been lucky to be reacquainted with friends from the past as well as making some lovely new friendships. We have been nicknamed Running Twins and even in the early days had an uncanny knack of turning up in the same outfit. This became even easier once we both got our 50 parkrun tops! We do both embrace the weeks when a theme is given, although think our least flattering look was when the course was run in reverse and we wore our hats and tops back to front. You may also have spotted us as old ladies for Jenny’s 100th parkrun and with bunny glasses for our Easter run a few weeks ago.

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Today you may have seen us in our latest outfit which is very special to us. Since our 2016 adventure we had one more goal, to run the London Marathon, and are proud to be joining The Green Milers running next Sunday for Whizz-Kidz. Look out for us if you watch, we will be the two pink hats together!

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It has been an incredible journey since that first parkrun and we now love it so much that even when we have been running 26.2 miles on a Sunday we have still wanted to walk Great Lines parkrun as it really is such a great course with such a fantastic atmosphere.

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Thank you to all the volunteers that make it happen, to those that have paced us, especially Vanessa and Chris who pushed us to get our best times. Also, a special thank you to the photographers whose pictures make us laugh and cringe every week!
Oh and one more thing, it is Heather’s 100th parkrun soon so watch out for more outfits!!

Heather and Jenny
Run Reporters

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This week 441 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 30 were first timers and 68 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 22 different clubs took part.

*** Milestones ***

The 10 club members were: Emily Martin
The 50 club members were: Gill Roberts and Karl Tapson
The 100 club members were: Graham Smith and Steve Brand

PLEASE let us know when it is your special milestone days as we hate to miss them and can only check the results to see who is on 9, 49 or 99, so if you run those at another parkrun or have a gap between that and your milestone run we might miss you out and you know we love give you a cheer.

*** The 68 personal bests go to ***

Adam BUTLER * Aileen COMER * Alastair MIDDLEMIST * Alex CARSWELL * Allison NYE * Amanda MASKELL * Amie BOSSON * Angela ADAMS * Bhijan RAI * Chris HICKS * Chris LOWE * Christopher HOOKWAY * Claire SMY * Clayton SMITH * David POUND * Debbie EVERITT * Elizabeth FRY * Emily GRAHAM * Emma LILLYWHITE * Emmanuel OULE * Ethan KITSELL * George TOWNSEND * Gina CASTLE * Heather CLARKE * Ian HOOKWAY * Ingrid HARRISON * Jeronna HUNTE * Joanne CHEESE * Johannes SADLER * Julie MILLEST * Lawrence UDALL * Leah WELLS * Lee MASKELL * Lisa LAMB * Louise WALLACE * Lukas SADLER * Luke CHILDS * Maja JOVANOVSKI * Marianne BURTON * Mark BRYANT * Marnie FRIDAY * Martin CASTLE * Matthew GINN * Miah BALCHIN * Mike REES * Nigel HIDSON * Nithesh MATHAI * Oliver HORNE * Philip SHEPPARD * Richard ORRIDGE * Richard TOWNSEND * Rob OCONNOR * Sam LIDDELL * Sammie MAGEE * Sandra POUND * Sasha RICHES * Satu PHILLIPS * Scott ATHERTON * Sharon PERKINS * Stephen FRITTER * Stephen SAUNDERS * Steve PETTMAN * Tara FAIRBAIRN * Thomas GIANNAROS * Tracy MORECROFT * Wendy KIRBY * Wendy SAUNDERS * Zeldine MORRIS

*** Welcome to the 30 first timers ***
(25 new to parkrun and 5 tourists)
Alicia BRYANT * Andrew WALKER * Ashley MERGULHAO * Beth WEAVER * Cheryl MCMILLAN * Christian MOON * David MCKEE * Denise FLOCKHART * Emma WALKER * Evelyn GOSS * Harry CLEWLEY *Joshua WALKER * Keith SPAIN * Lara SYPLYWCZAK * Leiann BOLTON-CLARKE * Lisa FULCHER * Logan COUCHMAN * Mandy WATKINS * Max LEE * Natali ALVAREZ * Nigel FRY * Rachel JARRETT * Robert HUNTER * Ryan COUCHMAN * Sarah BOWIE * Sarah UNDERWOOD * Saurabh HIRACHAN * Sophie ROGERS * Sue HIDSON * Tee KIRBY

*** Volunteers ***
Alan LE GRYS • Andrew BURGESS • Andrew LUNNON • Anthony WICKER • Barefootricardo D'ASH • Carol DAVIS • Cathy RAHMANZADEH • Chris ARNOLD • Chris ROWLANDS • Christine JONES • Dan GOWER-SMITH • David SHARPLEY • Debbie WATTS • Dee YAMOAH • Diane ARNOLD • Enzo CAVALLI • Gary SMITH • Heather MCCUE • Holly CHANDLER - SMITH • Ingrid HARRISON • Isabel KING • Jenny PURDUE • John ALLEN • John RAINS • Joseph DE SOUZA • June RODWELL • Karen LUCIEN • Karl GRIMBLE • Lori BENNETT-HORSFALL • Lynsey KEMBER • Matthew GINN • Michael PAYNTER • Mick SMITH • Nigel READ • Paul JOHNSTON • Phil OBRAY • Philip WALLACE • Richard MATTHEWS • Rosie REGAN • Ross SANDY • Shainie WATSON • Sheila STONE • Sue MORETON • Tony FAIRCLOUGH • Wendy REGAN

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The male record is held by Teweldeberhan MENGES who recorded a time of 15:41 on 5th August 2017 (event number 197).

The female record is held by Chloe SHARP who recorded a time of 17:52 on 25th December 2017 (event number 217).

The Age Grade course record is held by Barry ROYDEN who recorded 85.16% (17:11) on 24th September 2016 (event number 153).

Great Lines parkrun, Medway started on 28th September 2013. Since then 6,435 participants have completed 64,327 parkruns covering a total distance of 321,635 km, including 12,440 new Personal Bests.

 

#231 Saturday 7th April – we have two run reports this week…

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Saturday was the perfect day for running because of the weather. Not too hot, not too cold, just about right. We had 388 running at Great Lines parkrun. 27 people did it for the first time, so well done to them.

There were an incredible 49 personal bests with 177 girls and 211 boys having taken part. The fastest male was Johannes Sadler in a time of 17:57 and the fastest lady was Belinda Harrison finishing in 22:36.

We also got to celebrate with Sue Field, Alan Byron and Wendy Regan all doing their 100th parkruns - so well done to them. The best part was there was cake after. Running is more fun if there is cake at the end!

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What I like about parkrun is there are all types of people there, fast or slow and everyone supports each other.

It was my 30th full parkrun on Saturday and my 9th at Great Lines and I'm only nine! I'm really proud of myself as it is hard when you've got little legs like me, but I like the challenge and I want to show others my age that it is possible and best of all, it is fun. If I can do it, surely most other people can too?

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The best bit though is running with all my friends and family. Daddy loves running now and that's all down to parkrun, so thank you.

Ellie Wolfe – Run Report Writer

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Well done everyone that joined us today at Great Lines this morning. It was a cool morning so we weren't too cold or too hot.... perfect for parkrun!

I began my parkrun journey a little over a year ago. If anyone had suggested to me that I could go for a run I would have laughed! But I braved it, got up and out the door on a chilly February morning with the park covered in a layer of frost and snow. I stood at the start line not knowing how it was going to go as the only running I had done before was with the kids around the park play areas.

I did some running, a little jogging and don't forget the walking too! But I did it and it felt a great achievement at the end. It is great making others smile by clapping and cheering fellow runners on the way around and at the finish line. I have since returned almost every week and have the famous running bug. I now run on a regular basis and have parkrun to thank as it all started there on the field.

Most weeks you will find me at Great Lines talking to familiar faces and welcoming any newcomers or tourists during the run brief. The run brief is important to listen to each week, it doesn't matter if it's your first run or you 100th. There is always a chance that something has changed on the course due to other park users, weather or wildlife that can cause a hazard to the runners if unaware.

I am an average runner that enjoys running at all different paces. I have pushed myself chasing a PB and almost fallen over at the finish line, jogged casually with my 9year old or work colleagues that are trying out this 'running' idea. It does not matter if you are a super-fast sprinter, regular runner, gentle jogger or a comfortable walker going for a stroll in the park - you are all very welcome to parkrun! You can even run with a pushchair or 1 of your dogs on a short lead.

The joys of parkrun is it's free and suitable for everyone! You can also become a volunteer hero and help out with hosting the event. No matter which role you're doing; volunteering or running, you are up, out and moving.

Cassandra Picknell – Run Report Writer

*** Facts & Figures #231 ***

This week 388 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 27 were first timers and 49 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 25 different clubs took part.

*** Milestones ***

The 10 club members were: Charlie Langridge
The 50 club members were: Doreen East, Kaye Spicer and Rebecca Melamud
The 100 club members were: Alan Byron, Sue Field and Wendy Regan

PLEASE let us know when it is your special milestone days as we hate to miss them and can only check the results to see who is on 9, 49 or 99, so if you run those at another parkrun or have a gap between that and your milestone run we might miss you out and you know we love give you a cheer.

*** The 49 personal bests go to ***

Adam BUTLER * Alex CROCKFORD * Amanda HARRISON * Barry LINNEY * Ben TERRY * Bhijan RAI * Charlie LANGRIDGE * Chris LOWE * Danielle WATSON * Debbie EVERITT * Doreen EAST * Duane PAYAS * Emily EASOM * Emily MARTIN * Gina CASTLE * Jane CARTER * Jo STEPHEN * Julie MILLEST * Laura SMITH * Lee MASKELL * Leigh DAVIES * Leighanne HICKMAN * Lisa DYER * Lisa LAMB * Liz OVENDEN * Louise RANDALL * Lukas SADLER * Mark WHITTON * Martin CASTLE * Martin GRIGGS * Michael MCGINTY * Michael YOUNG * Michelle HEALEY * Mike MORECROFT * Naomi DUFFREE * Neil BERNARD * Nichola WOOLMER * Nithesh MATHAI * Robert FORREST * Ruth YEOMAN * Samantha DRAKE * Sarah MORGAN * Simon MCDOWELL * Stephen JONES * Stephen MALCOLM * Thomas GIANNAROS * Vicki KELLY-GEE * Wendy KIRBY * Wendy SAUNDERS

*** Welcome to the 27 first timers ***
(17 new to parkrun and 10 tourists)

Alex CARSWELL * Christopher HOOKWAY * Dal POONIA * Dan HUMPHREYS * David POUND * Deborah WILCOX * George TOWNSEND * Heather CATO * Hy UNG * Ian HOOKWAY * Jennifer STUART * Jonathan SLADE * Lesley WRIGHT * Matthew COLE * Miah BALCHIN * Nikki THOMPSON * Oliver BALCHIN * Paul THOMPSON * Penny MILLER * Sandra POUND * Sasha RICHES * Scott ATHERTON * Sian CHEEDY * Sophie COLLINS * Stephanie BYERS * Stephen BAIGRIE * Stephen SAUNDERS

*** Volunteers ***

Alan LE GRYS • Andrew LUNNON • Barefootricardo D'ASH • Cassandra PICKNELL • Cathy RAHMANZADEH • Chris ARNOLD • Chris GOWER • Chris MORETON • Chris ROWLANDS • Dan GOWER-SMITH • Darrell HARMAN • David SHARPLEY • Debbie WATTS • Dee YAMOAH • Diane ARNOLD • Ellie WOLFE • Gary SMITH • Heidi O'NEILL • Holly CHANDLER - SMITH • Ingrid HARRISON • John LLOYD • John RAINS • Joseph DE SOUZA • Jude FREED • June RODWELL • Karen LUCIEN • Karl GRIMBLE • Lynsey KEMBER • Martha COLLINS • Michelle FAGENCE • Mick SMITH • Nick TUFF • Nigel READ • Paul JOHNSTON • Phil OBRAY • Philip WALLACE • Richard MATTHEWS • Roger Ernest LODGE • Ross SANDY • Ruth JORDAN • Sheila STONE • Sian JONES • Tom DIVERS

The male record is held by Teweldeberhan MENGES who recorded a time of 15:41 on 5th August 2017 (event number 197).

The female record is held by Chloe SHARP who recorded a time of 17:52 on 25th December 2017 (event number 217).

The Age Grade course record is held by Barry ROYDEN who recorded 85.16% (17:11) on 24th September 2016 (event number 153).

Great Lines parkrun, Medway started on 28th September 2013. Since then 6,405 participants have completed 63,886 parkruns covering a total distance of 319,430 km, including 12,372 new Personal Bests.

 

#230 Saturday 31st March – what an eggcellent run!

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Firstly let me wish you all a Happy Easter! I hope that by the time you're reading this you've had a chance to relax, spend some time with family and friends and maybe eat an Easter egg or two (especially those lucky enough to get an egg on their finish tokens this week!)

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Following the incessant rain on Good Friday, the sun managed to break through the clouds but it was still cold enough and quite windy at the park (when isn't it, I hear you ask!). I am doing a half marathon next weekend so due to the bad weather on Good Friday I hit the "dreadmill" for a long run. I haven't run on a treadmill for quite a while and was reminded of how different it is to running outside. Whilst it's easier underfoot you just can't beat getting some fresh air. Another great reason to parkrun, jog or walk 5km on a Saturday morning!

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After an eggsellent run brief by today's Run Direggtor, Dan, we duly headed to the start and I was so busy chatting and catching up with people I didn't have my app ready to go when the Time Lord, Ricardo started the run.

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Being part of the parkrun family means there is always someone to talk to no matter where you choose to start, which was at the back for me today. I'm recovering from a foot injury which has been affecting me since November. For those avid run report readers amongst you, you may have read 2017's final report in which I said I was glad to hardly have missed any parkruns and that I'd been able to do 50 parkruns within a year for two years in a row.

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My attendance streak was unfortunately broken in January as I was not allowed to run for about a month under physio's orders. However, the silver lining was that I was able to volunteer in roles I hadn't previously done and I also started swimming. I can really recommend volunteering at parkrun as it's great to give something back and sometimes a break in routine opens up other opportunities.

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I'm running again now but have had to forget about any PBs for the time being. It's made me appreciate and listen to my body so I don't overdo it and risk further injury and I'm just happy that I'm able to run at all, even if I'm not smashing times.

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A date for your diary :

This coming Sunday 8th there is Chatham Maritime 10k run, the route takes in the historic surroundings of Chatham Maritime and St. Mary's Island. More information can be found using the link below.

http://www.sportingeventsuk.com/enterevent/chatham-maritime-10k/

See you round the course soon!

Vanessa Vander Tuff – Run Report Writer

*** Facts & Figures #230 ***

This week 344 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 14 were first timers and 34 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 22 different clubs took part.

*** Milestones ***

The 50 club members were: Andrya Norris, Catherine Cleall & Linda Lever
The 100 club members were: Andy James & Iain Childs
Volunteer 25 club: Adam Couchman & Karren Lucien

PLEASE let us know when it is your special milestone days as we hate to miss them and can only check the results to see who is on 9, 49 or 99, so if you run those at another parkrun or have a gap between that and your milestone run we might miss you out and you know we love give you a cheer.

*** The 34 personal bests go to ***

Abi ALDRIDGE * Adam BUTLER * Ben TERRY * Benjamin CLAYTON * Claire SIMMONDS * Dave A HINTON * Duncan MACBAIN * Emma DAWSON * Grant DECKER * Guy RICHARDS * Heather PARKINSON * Heidi O'NEILL * Jonathan BURCH * Kevin DAWSON * Kevin HIGBEE * Kieran BOOTH * Laura SMITH * Leah WELLS * Lisa LAMB * Louise DAWSON * Louise GARDINER * Mark DECKER * Megan HIGBEE * Melissa RIDLEY * Nathan HASLAM * Robert SEAR * Sammie MAGEE * Scott DECKER * Sharon BOYLE * Sophie DOWNHAM * Stephen JONES * Stephen MALCOLM * Wayne MEEK * Wendy SAUNDERS

*** Welcome to the 14 first timers ***
(8 new to parkrun and 6 tourists)

Angshihang THOPRA LIMBU * Ania GOCAL * Chris GIBBONS * David ALDERSON * Debbie EVERITT * Ginny SPURGEON * Glenn WHITEHOUSE * Graham TERRY * Jyoti SUBBA LIMBU * Kailey HAZELDENE * Samantha GRIFFIN * Sanel DURMUS * Sophia BERKHAUER * Vlasta JEFTIC

*** Volunteers ***

Alan BYRON • Andrew LUNNON • Barefootricardo D'ASH • Carina DOWN • Carrie BROOM • Cathy RAHMANZADEH • Chris ARNOLD • Chris DORAN • Christine JONES • Dan GOWER-SMITH • David SHARPLEY • Debbie WATTS • Dee YAMOAH • Diane ARNOLD • Fiona HOLMES • Holly CHANDLER - SMITH • Ian SMITH • Ingrid HARRISON • Isabel KING • John RAINS • Joseph DE SOUZA • June RODWELL • Karen LUCIEN • Lori BENNETT-HORSFALL • Lynsey KEMBER • Megan HIGBEE • Mick SMITH • Paul FRYER • Paul JOHNSTON • Phil OBRAY • Philip WALLACE • Richard MATTHEWS • Roger Ernest LODGE • Sheila STONE • Symon WILDGOOSE • Vanessa VANDER TUFF

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The male record is held by Teweldeberhan MENGES who recorded a time of 15:41 on 5th August 2017 (event number 197).

The female record is held by Chloe SHARP who recorded a time of 17:52 on 25th December 2017 (event number 217).

The Age Grade course record is held by Barry ROYDEN who recorded 85.16% (17:11) on 24th September 2016 (event number 153).

Great Lines parkrun, Medway started on 28th September 2013. Since then 6,378 participants have completed 63,498 parkruns covering a total distance of 317,490 km, including 12,323 new Personal Bests.

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Great Lines Run Report #229 – Saturday 24th March 2018

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Conditions were much improved this week, with nearly double the number of runners turning out when it’s not blizzard-like conditions outside. Funny how that works. The 46 volunteers were also grateful for the upturn in weather, especially the marshals at the top of the course – it seems this Saturday was one of the least windy parkruns we’ve had in 2018. I was run directing in the snow last week and based on the photographs of people running into the freezing wind, volunteering was preferable to running!

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I spent the fifteen minutes before the start whinging loudly to anyone that would listen about how rubbish I felt and that I wasn’t up to running a quick parkrun today. Well, it turns out that I have no idea what I’m doing even after 184 parkruns, because I managed to get a new pb.

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What helped me get round still believing I could was thinking how our two most tenured local parkrunners (Emma Hawkins and Darrell Harman) have both recently got new pbs too after dozens of parkruns since their previous ones.

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I do still try and say “well done” (or similar) when going past people on the two-way part of the course to people I know, but generally this just comes out as harrowing gasps for air. It also gets harder as I meet more and more people at parkrun and want to encourage them on too.

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Having watched people running in at the finish line before, I suspect I’m not the only person who feels super-dead during parkrun and is grateful to be done with it. I did take it a bit easy on the grass at the finish where our continued usage of the field seems to be eroding the grass away – last week’s conditions taught us that sprinting on a slippery surface isn’t ideal!

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Chris Rowlands - Run Report Writer

*** Facts & Figures #229 ***

This week 416 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 32 were first timers and 77 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 27 different clubs took part.

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*** Milestones ***

PLEASE let us know when it is your special milestone days as we hate to miss them and can only check the results to see who is on 9, 49 or 99, so if you run those at another parkrun or have a gap between that and your milestone run we might miss you out and you know we love give you a cheer.

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*** The 77 personal bests go to ***

Debbie BARNHAM • Victoria BEVAN • Sophie DOWNHAM • Laura SMITH • Gina CASTLE • Nicola SUTTON • Hannah RENKLIDAG • Lisa LAMB • Lorna EDWARDS • Judith MURRAY • Alastair MIDDLEMIST • Louise GARDINER • Elizabeth GEVAUX • Cordwell MANDY • Michael THOMAS • Wendy SAUNDERS • Karen GARDINER • Jeronna HUNTE • Vicki KELLY-GEE • Robert SEAR • Joanne CHEESE • Satu PHILLIPS • Jane CARTER • Ingrid HARRISON • Dawn BOWIE • Alison COLLINS • Tara NOE • Emma MARKER • Sammie MAGEE • Suzanne LITTLEMORE • Lukas SADLER • Markus SADLER • Emily MARTIN • Marianne BURTON • Lauren WATERMAN • Donna DAVIS • Karl FIRMIN • Ryan BERNARD • Caraline EVANS • Gina BRAVO • Julie FRITTER • Princess ASEMOTA • Dean PATERSON • Stephen MALCOLM • Rachel BRADLEY • Azzaya DUURENJARGAL • Claire SIMMONDS • Lee SHELTON • Keely HUTCHINGS • James PRICE • Chloe ROWLAND • Michael YOUNG • Krish PATEL • Sian JONES • Vanya SHARP • Chris LOWE • Jack EAGLE • Ian R WESSON • Chris MORRISS • Mark WHITTON • Paul CLARK • Kevin HAYZELDEN • Robert CROWHURST • Rob OCONNOR • Joshua WESSON • Jack BUCKLEE • Chris ROWLANDS • Brian CULVER • James HOWLETT • Mick HILTON • Richard MILLS • Jeremy PRIDMORE • Max TERRY • Paul HARRISON • Lee MASKELL • Sam LIDDELL • Scott DECKER

*** Welcome to the 32 first timers ***
(9 new to parkrun and 23 tourists)

Abi ALDRIDGE • Adrian EDDY • Allison NYE • Austin KELLY • Brett KIRBY • Carla STEPNEY • Chris CARTER • Chris LINKINS • Christine HAYWARD • Colin TALBOT • Emma DAWSON • Emmanuel OULE • Garry CLARK • Jack LIDDELL • James OLVER • Katherine TALBOT • Katie HESMER • Kerry PEARSON • Kevin DAWSON • Kristian STAPLES • Leah WELLS • Louise WALLACE • Lucy CARTER • Martin GRIGGS • Rebecca CARTER • Samantha KELLY • Sharon BOYLE • Simone STOLWORTHY • Stephanie BROWN • Steve PETTMAN • Steven HAYWARD • Tracy MORECROFT

*** Volunteers ***

Diane ARNOLD, Chris ARNOLD, Lori BENNETT-HORSFALL, Iain BOOTH, Victoria BROOK, Neville BROOM, Holly CHANDLER - SMITH, Rachel CLARK, Barefootricardo D'ASH, Carol DAVIS, Joseph DE SOUZA, Tony FAIRCLOUGH, Paul FRYER, Chris GOWER, Dan GOWER-SMITH, Karl GRIMBLE, Helen HARMAN, Ingrid HARRISON, Paul HEYWOOD, Fiona HOLMES, Paul JOHNSTON, Christine JONES, Lynsey KEMBER, John LLOYD, Roger Ernest LODGE, Karen LUCIEN, Andrew LUNNON, Jason MALLION-WOODS, Richard MATTHEWS, Rebecca MELAMUD, Phil OBRAY, Cathy RAHMANZADEH, John RAINS, Sharon RICHARDS, June RODWELL, Chris ROWLANDS, Ross SANDY, Gary SMITH, Mick SMITH, Sheila STONE, Hayley TAYLOR, Philip WALLACE, Shainie WATSON, Debbie WATTS, Symon WILDGOOSE, Dee YAMOAH.

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The male record is held by Teweldeberhan MENGES who recorded a time of 15:41 on 5th August 2017 (event number 197).

The female record is held by Chloe SHARP who recorded a time of 17:52 on 25th December 2017 (event number 217).

The Age Grade course record is held by Barry ROYDEN who recorded 85.16% (17:11) on 24th September 2016 (event number 153).

Great Lines parkrun, Medway started on 28th September 2013. Since then 6,364 participants have completed 63,154 parkruns covering a total distance of 315,770 km, including 12,289 new Personal Bests.

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