Event #206 (21st Apr 2018)

This week the weather gods decided to smile on us as we were blessed with warm dry conditions. In fact it was so dry that last week’s boggy ground had dried out sufficiently to enable us to return to our traditional winter start location by the giant see-saw.

298 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 28 were first timers (13 new to parkrun and 15 tourists) and 58 recorded new Personal Bests. It was also good to see 5 people return who ran their first ever parkrun last week :-) .

London Marathon

This week we had a lot of things going on and special thanks needs to go to Ian LENNARD for bringing along his camera to record the event while our usual photographer Michael ELDRED was otherwise engaged at a little event up the road called the London Marathon ;-) .

To show that people of all levels of ability and ambition take part at our parkrun, we had a hardy bunch having a gentle run before heading off to tackle the London Marathon.

Vicki
Photo by Mike Eldred - still photographing Great Notley parkrunners even when he's not at Great Notley!

Run for Jake

You could not have failed to spot the cluster (collective noun for spiders) of spider man costumes on the course as we welcomed the run for Jake where his friends ran the course in his memory dressed in spider man costumes to raise money for “Wipe Away Those Tears” which aims to grant the wishes of terminally ill children in Essex. There were so many spider men crossing the finish line together that I’m amazed that the timekeepers were able to record them all

Run for Jake Spider-men

When you look at the results you’ll see that we had 33 “unknown” finishers. These would usually be finishers who have forgotten their barcodes #DFYB but this week most of them were friends of Jake who ran despite not being registered with parkrun. This shows that anyone is welcome to run the course, they simply don’t receive a time!

Foster Care Bear

The new mascot of the Essex County Council’s Fostering team paid us a visit to help spread the word about how much foster carers change children’s lives. Despite not running the course, the bear worked up a good sweat cheering on runners at the finish and posing for photos.

Essex Foster Care Bear

The first three finishers were :-

1st David STEVENS 18:38
2nd James HUISH 18:45 Tourist
3rd Nebay DEBESAY 19:08

The full set of results can be accessed here.

Today’s event wouldn't have been possible without the following high viz heroes who volunteered to ensure all the runners, joggers and walkers were safe on the course and all times were recorded:-

Christopher SEWELL • Len MARTEN • Chris HOPKINSON • Katie CONNEW • Ian LENNARD • Anthony PERKINS • Malcolm BONIFACE • Michael PURKISS • Sheila PURKISS • Kevan PACK • Chris WATKINSON • Amanda ROBERTS • Lucia ROBERTS • Alex WILSON • Lewis SLADE • Sandra LEDWITH • Anthony EVERARD • Thomas CLARKE • Matthew FREEMAN • Edward LEGGETT • Maisie ALLAN • Brendan HAND • Connor RATHE • Grace MALEK

If you'd like to join the high viz heroes please contact us at greatnotleyhelpers@parkrun.com

Jo Eldred

Thanks for all of your support and good wishes over the past two weeks. I hope you give the same level of support and encouragement to Mark who will be your Run Director for the next fortnight.

Regards

~ Chris and Anna ~

Run Directors

Great Notley parkrun - Facebook - Twitter - Strava - Flikr
Your Core Team:-
Len - Dan - Chris H - Nicki - Jane - Mark - Chris S & Anna - John - Pete - Jenna

Great Notley junior parkrun
Do you have an eager young runner that you can't keep up with? Or have a youngster whose little legs are not quite up to running 5km? Well you now have the 2km Great Notley junior parkrun event to consider.
It starts at 9am every Sunday and its aimed at juniors between 4yrs and 14yrs old AND they can run unaccompanied! If they already have a barcode, it'll work at the junior event too - no need to re-register!

Running to raise money for Charity
If you'd like to support our growing number of runners who are raising money for worthy causes, visit our Raising Money for Charity page, there's also details on there on how you can add your charity to the page.

Great Notley parkrun on YouTube Independent Course Reviews
How to work the Pop Up sign
Guide to the Visually Impaired
John's Shakespearean Runner's Brief
Event 170 Run Report
Steve Stockwell - 29th Jun 2014
Carry on Running Video - 28th Jun 2014 (pt2)
Chris Holt - 3rd Jul 2014
Mark Brown - 29th Nov 2014 (Winter Route)
. . ... . . . . ... . .
Help your parkrun Help the Country Parks
You can donate to Great Notley parkrun through our About Us page and a small percentage of your donation will also help start up new parkruns. The donation will go to your "home run" and you can check this through your profile's update page. When you buy a car park ticket or a season ticket all profit goes back into the Country Parks, including Great Notley Country Park.
The money is used for things like the upkeep of the paths and even our new permanent sign posts.
. . ... . . . . ... . .
Lily’s Cafe at Notley Groovy ERS Barcodes
You can find us in Lily’s Cafe processing your results and enjoying a cuppa, a meaty salad or a slice of cake. Why not come along and have a chat with your fellow parkrunners or volunteers?

Present your barcode for a 10% discount on all* food and drink produced at the cafe.
*excludes retail items like canned drinks, crisps etc

Are you a frequent parkrunner, or does your barcode regularly fail to scan or you're having problems with your printer?

You should consider getting some ERS Barcodes. They come in great little keyring cards, credit card style or wristbands! Top Tip: Keep a spare in your shoe and never forget your barcode again!

. . ... . . . . ... . .
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Don't forget to pay attention during the runner's brief because special course changes could come into effect during ANY event!

 

Event #205 (14th Apr 2018)

Despite the improved conditions, the weather over the past few weeks meant that the ground at the traditional "Big See-Saw" Winter start had taken a beating. With it being pacer week, it was decided to move the start to the less boggy area on the path by the sky ropes. I hope you liked the change of start as we may be using it again next week!

New start location

Pacer week attracted 246 runners, 13 first timers and one tourist. It was also pleasing to welcome 11 runners back for their second parkrun, which shows they must have enjoyed their first ever parkrun to brave the ground conditions again ;-) !

The first three finishers were :-

1st Lee Pickering 18:26
2nd Toby Periera 19:36
3rd Ian Debnam 19:43

Lee Pickering
Lee Picking approaching the finish

Pacers
The change of start gave the pacers an opportunity to meet the runners they would be pacing and so enable them to give their "flock" a little extra encouragement and advice as they stove for that elusive time.

Your pacers...
Your groovy pacers

Thank you to the group of parkrunners who volunteered to pace as we obviously couldn't put on pacer week without them! Pacing can be more of an art than a science, as we all have our own strategies for beating the challenge of the hill, especially in wet and slippery conditions.

The Hill
"We all have our own strategies for beating the challenge of the hill"

You're probably asking yourselves did the pacers hard work help others to achieve a new PB, an improvement on recent times or just a great run? Well, if you allow a window of 30 seconds either side of the time achieved by the pacer an amazing 20 PBs - 57% of all PBs were achieved with the pacers help!

How did the pacers do?

20 mins Ashwin Shah 20 : 27 - 1 PB
22 mins Mark Greensides 21 : 50 - 1 PB
24 mins Guy Scudder 23 : 57 - 0 PB
26 mins Joby Humm 25 : 56 - 3 PB
28 mins Simon Hawkins 28 : 00 - 2 PB
30 mins Marc Went 29 : 28 - 6 PB
32 mins Jane Roach 31 : 54 - 4 PB
34 mins Cheryl Went 33 : 53 - 2 PB
36 mins Helen Pepper 36 : 14 - 1 PB

Pacer Ashwin
Pacer Ashwin

Which Pacer got the closest?

1 Simon Hawkins +/- 0 secs
2 Guy Scudder -3 secs
3 Joby humm -4 secs
4 Jane Roach -6 secs
5 Cheryl Went -7 secs
6 Mark Greensides -10 secs
7 Helen Pepper +14 secs
8 Ashwin Shah +27 secs
9 Mark Went -32 secs

The full set of results can be accessed here.

Volunteers
Volunteers

Our weekly free event couldn't take place without the "high viz heroes" who volunteer each week. I'd like to thank all of this week's volunteers as they're a team and all roles are equally important in ensuring we have a safe, fun event. Next week looks like being another busy event, so why not volunteer using the link below if you're resting up because of running the London Marathon?
greatnotleyhelpers@parkrun.com

Chris and Anna RDs

We're your RDs next week and so will see you on Saturday, unless you're running the London Marathon and can't face getting out of bed for parkrun, in which case, GOOD LUCK!

Regards

~Anna and Chris~
Run Director
Great Notley parkrun - Facebook - Twitter - Strava - Flikr - Instagram
Your Core Team:-
Len - Dan - Chris H - Nicki - Jane - Mark - Chris S & Anna - John - Pete - Jenna

Great Notley junior parkrun
Do you have an eager young runner that you can't keep up with? Or have a youngster whose little legs are not quite up to running 5km? Well you now have the 2km Great Notley junior parkrun event to consider.
It starts at 9am every Sunday and its aimed at juniors between 4yrs and 14yrs old AND they can run unaccompanied! If they already have a barcode, it'll work at the junior event too - no need to re-register!

Running to raise money for Charity
If you'd like to support our growing number of runners who are raising money for worthy causes, visit our Raising Money for Charity page, there's also details on there on how you can add your charity to the page.

Great Notley parkrun on YouTube Independent Course Reviews
How to work the Pop Up sign
Guide to the Visually Impaired
John's Shakespearean Runner's Brief
Event 170 Run Report
Steve Stockwell - 29th Jun 2014
Carry on Running Video - 28th Jun 2014 (pt2)
Chris Holt - 3rd Jul 2014
Mark Brown - 29th Nov 2014 (Winter Route)
. . ... . . . . ... . .
Help your parkrun Help the Country Parks
You can donate to Great Notley parkrun through our About Us page and a small percentage of your donation will also help start up new parkruns. The donation will go to your "home run" and you can check this through your profile's update page. When you buy a car park ticket or a season ticket all profit goes back into the Country Parks, including Great Notley Country Park.
The money is used for things like the upkeep of the paths and even our new permanent sign posts.
. . ... . . . . ... . .
Lily’s Cafe at Notley Groovy ERS Barcodes
You can find us in Lily’s Cafe processing your results and enjoying a cuppa, a meaty salad or a slice of cake. Why not come along and have a chat with your fellow parkrunners or volunteers?

Present your barcode for a 10% discount on all* food and drink produced at the cafe.
*excludes retail items like canned drinks, crisps etc

Are you a frequent parkrunner, or does your barcode regularly fail to scan or you're having problems with your printer?

You should consider getting some ERS Barcodes. They come in great little keyring cards, credit card style or wristbands! Top Tip: Keep a spare in your shoe and never forget your barcode again!

. . ... . . . . ... . .
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Summer Route Show Route Show Route Show Route Show Route Show Route
Winter Route (v1) Show Route Show Route Show Route Show Route Show Route
Winter Route (v2) In Progress Show Route In Progress Show Route Show Route

Don't forget to pay attention during the runner's brief because special course changes could come into effect during ANY event!

 

Event #204 (7th Apr 2018)

Well the weather forecast didn't quite live up to it's promises and we had a slightly drizzly start to event number 204. That however, did not deter 244 of you - we had 23 first timers and 31 PBs.
Don't forget next week (14th April) is our pacer week, so if you've set yourself a target time to reach this may well be the perfect opportunity to go for it! We will have pacers from 20 minutes up to 38 minutes (as long as we get the volunteers!)

A last minute reminder to be kind to all park users and the 244 set off!
start 204

What's that Craig? Jayne's doing a milestone run today!
Jayne and Craig
Jayne brought some gingerbread parkrunners to celebrate her 100th run :-) Jane and biscuits

We had several runners completing 'milestone runs' amongst them was Jayne with 100 runs and Eddie, Nigel and Thomas with 50. Phillip one of our younger runners (he's 11) also completed his 50th -Congratulations to all of you - you will receive emails regarding your t-shirts in due course but I believe there's currently a bit of a back log as suppliers have changed!
Lynne wondering if 16 degrees should really need all these layers!
Lynne feeling cold

Ash receiving time management tips from Edward
Ash and Edward

Sheila on her final preparation for London in a couple of weeks!
 

Sheila

Mick reckons the only way to get past John is to fly!Mick and John
 
Deb is ready for Brighton next week!
Deb H

Another PB in the bag for Ken!
Ken

Don't look behind you! There's crazy people!Jayne and Tony
 
As an RD I really couldn't do it without an amazing bunch of volunteers - around 25 are needed each week! A massive thank you to each and everyone of you.... think Mike managed to capture most of you in action ;-)
vol vol 1
set up funnel
 
On to our first finishers then...

1st Stuart Scott 19.10
2nd Toby Pereira 19.48
3rd Martin Holland 20.22

Stuart and Martin also achieved PBs - great running guys!
 
The full set of results can be accessed here

As we say every week parkrun wouldn't 'work' without it's amazing army of volunteers, if you'd like to help in any way, and honestly there's a whole host of stuff to be done - some of which you can do AND run so follow the link.. greatnotleyhelpers@parkrun.com
 
Well that's my two weeks done as RD - I'll be back when the weather is better... my last few have needed many layers! I shall hand you over to the very capable hands of Chris and Anna - They're new RDs to Great Notley but have lots of experience from Chelmsford (not that we'll hold that against them ;-) )
 
Take care everyone and lots of luck to all of you taking part in some pretty big races over the next couple of weeks - You've trained hard over winter, now enjoy! Brighton and London watch out!
 
Jane
Run Director
Len demonstrating the correct way to greet me ;-)
salute
Great Notley parkrun - Facebook - Twitter - Strava - Flikr
Your Core Team:-
Len - Dan - Chris H - Nicki - Jane - Mark - Chris S & Anna - John - Pete - Jenna

Great Notley junior parkrun
Do you have an eager young runner that you can't keep up with? Or have a youngster whose little legs are not quite up to running 5km? Well you now have the 2km Great Notley junior parkrun event to consider.
It starts at 9am every Sunday and its aimed at juniors between 4yrs and 14yrs old AND they can run unaccompanied! If they already have a barcode, it'll work at the junior event too - no need to re-register!
 
Running to raise money for Charity
If you'd like to support our growing number of runners who are raising money for worthy causes, visit our Raising Money for Charity page, there's also details on there on how you can add your charity to the page.

Great Notley parkrun on YouTube Independent Course Reviews
How to work the Pop Up sign
Guide to the Visually Impaired
John's Shakespearean Runner's Brief
Event 170 Run Report
Steve Stockwell - 29th Jun 2014
Carry on Running Video - 28th Jun 2014 (pt2)
Chris Holt - 3rd Jul 2014
Mark Brown - 29th Nov 2014 (Winter Route)
. . ... . . . . ... . .
Help your parkrun Help the Country Parks
You can donate to Great Notley parkrun through our About Us page and a small percentage of your donation will also help start up new parkruns. The donation will go to your "home run" and you can check this through your profile's update page. When you buy a car park ticket or a season ticket all profit goes back into the Country Parks, including Great Notley Country Park.
The money is used for things like the upkeep of the paths and even our new permanent sign posts.
. . ... . . . . ... . .
Lily’s Cafe at Notley Groovy ERS Barcodes
You can find us in Lily’s Cafe processing your results and enjoying a cuppa, a meaty salad or a slice of cake. Why not come along and have a chat with your fellow parkrunners or volunteers?
 
Present your barcode for a 10% discount on all* food and drink produced at the cafe.
*excludes retail items like canned drinks, crisps etc
Are you a frequent parkrunner, or does your barcode regularly fail to scan or you're having problems with your printer?
 
 
You should consider getting some ERS Barcodes. They come in great little keyring cards, credit card style or wristbands! Top Tip: Keep a spare in your shoe and never forget your barcode again!
. . ... . . . . ... . .
Strava MapMyRun Runtastic Endomondo Garmin
Summer Route Show Route Show Route Show Route Show Route Show Route
Winter Route (v1) Show Route Show Route Show Route Show Route Show Route
Winter Route (v2) In Progress Show Route In Progress Show Route Show Route

Don't forget to pay attention during the runner's brief because special course changes could come into effect during ANY event!

 

Event #203 (31st Mar 2018) – The Easter Event plus puddles!

If STRAVA did a thing logging runs through mud and puddles of biblical proportions then I reckon there'd be a fair few PRs following Saturday's parkrun around Great Notley Country Park! A very well done to all of you including the hen party who ran, sploshed, jogged, splashed and walked the route!
There are no words!
hen party
Talking of splashing, whilst it was pretty much unavoidable this week I must remind you all that as parkrunners we do not have priority over any other park users and that other park users must be treated courteously and with respect. Our marshals are there to ensure a safe and fun time is had - they will advise others that parkrunners are close by and may point out alternative routes for dog walkers or those who may wish to avoid a horde of around 300! But they will not ask anyone to stop their planned Saturday morning activities.
As Len says the spirit of the Bird of Freedom lies within us all!
puddle jump

So, this week we had 249 runners with 32 first timers including Michelle and our RD Nicki's Mum - Chris! Welcome, we hope to see you again although you've got a way to go before you catch up with the number of parkruns your girls have done between them (262 in case you were wondering ;-) )
Go Chris
Chris
We also had 22 of you achieve PBs - wonder if they were in any way mud assisted....

Some of you were pretty bloomin speedy given the conditions too... 
 

1st Innes Fullerton 18.35
2nd David Stevens 18.37
3rd Ermeas Afewerki 19.18

 
The full set of results can be accessed here.
 
This week didn't go quite as planned - being our Easter event there was meant to be a rather large bunny hoping around the park but somehow I managed to leave his head at home Oops! Easter wasn't forgotten though and we had plenty of bunny ears and fancy dress from the ever enthusiastic Michelle Caulfield (plus Rob)
Rob and the MRG gang. nullCaulfieldsI'm back again next week and as always I will need around 20 volunteers to ensure that we can put on a safe and timed event. Please use the link below or message us on Facebook or grab the little white volunteer book to add your name onto the rosta for future weeks. Remember, Saturday 14th April will be pacer week (where you can chase a hi-vis hero to gain yourself a PB*) Here's your link ... greatnotleyhelpers@parkrun.com
*PB is not guaranteed but you can have fun trying and if you don't manage one then console yourself in Lily's cafe with coffee, cake and/or bacon!

Jacqui and Alison are NOT letting go of their eggs!
Jacqui
Nicki, Joby and Ian completing a marathon before 10am! (well actually Joby only ran the last 1.98 miles :-D
Nicki Ian Joby

 
Regards
 
Jane
Run Director
Jane

Great Notley parkrun - Facebook - Twitter - Strava - Flikr
Your Core Team:-
Len - Dan - Chris H - Nicki - Jane - Mark - Chris S & Anna - John - Pete - Jenna

Great Notley junior parkrun
Do you have an eager young runner that you can't keep up with? Or have a youngster whose little legs are not quite up to running 5km? Well you now have the 2km Great Notley junior parkrun event to consider.
It starts at 9am every Sunday and its aimed at juniors between 4yrs and 14yrs old AND they can run unaccompanied! If they already have a barcode, it'll work at the junior event too - no need to re-register!
 
Running to raise money for Charity
If you'd like to support our growing number of runners who are raising money for worthy causes, visit our Raising Money for Charity page, there's also details on there on how you can add your charity to the page.

Great Notley parkrun on YouTube Independent Course Reviews
How to work the Pop Up sign
Guide to the Visually Impaired
John's Shakespearean Runner's Brief
Event 170 Run Report
Steve Stockwell - 29th Jun 2014
Carry on Running Video - 28th Jun 2014 (pt2)
Chris Holt - 3rd Jul 2014
Mark Brown - 29th Nov 2014 (Winter Route)
. . ... . . . . ... . .
Help your parkrun Help the Country Parks
You can donate to Great Notley parkrun through our About Us page and a small percentage of your donation will also help start up new parkruns. The donation will go to your "home run" and you can check this through your profile's update page. When you buy a car park ticket or a season ticket all profit goes back into the Country Parks, including Great Notley Country Park.
The money is used for things like the upkeep of the paths and even our new permanent sign posts.
. . ... . . . . ... . .
Lily’s Cafe at Notley Groovy ERS Barcodes
You can find us in Lily’s Cafe processing your results and enjoying a cuppa, a meaty salad or a slice of cake. Why not come along and have a chat with your fellow parkrunners or volunteers?
 
Present your barcode for a 10% discount on all* food and drink produced at the cafe.
*excludes retail items like canned drinks, crisps etc
Are you a frequent parkrunner, or does your barcode regularly fail to scan or you're having problems with your printer?
 
 
You should consider getting some ERS Barcodes. They come in great little keyring cards, credit card style or wristbands! Top Tip: Keep a spare in your shoe and never forget your barcode again!
. . ... . . . . ... . .
Strava MapMyRun Runtastic Endomondo Garmin
Summer Route Show Route Show Route Show Route Show Route Show Route
Winter Route (v1) Show Route Show Route Show Route Show Route Show Route
Winter Route (v2) In Progress Show Route In Progress Show Route Show Route

Don't forget to pay attention during the runner's brief because special course changes could come into effect during ANY event!

 

Event #198 (24th Feb 2018) – Our Family Day

On Sunday 28th February 2016 Mike Freeman passed away as he approached the finish line of the Malta Half Marathon. Mike felt that the Great Notley parkrun event was very much part of his extended family, part of his family of runners - so the last event of February, every year, is dedicated to those members of our family of parkrunners who are no longer with us – and this is our “Family Day”.

Mike Freeman, an avid West Ham supporter is the reason why, for one day only will you find his friends and family wearing West Ham colours - including devout Man United fans like Kevan...

Kevan supports Man United...

This event was also special because Nicola Freeman, returned to the Malta Half Marathon the next day on Sunday 25th February where she completed the event “For Mike”. She was supported by her friends from Portsmouth Joggers who supported her two years previously – and as Nicola describes “Running isn’t just about your club, it’s about friendship and support”, and this reflects precisely what parkrun is all about too.

Sadly Mike was not the only member of our little running family who over the years is no longer with us, I’m sure that the friends and family of Martin Jordan, Annabelle Reed and Otto also took a moment to remember them.
 
The full set of results can be accessed here.
 
Regards
 
Len Marten
Event Director
(Dan was your Run Director on the day)
Great Notley parkrun - Facebook - Twitter - Strava - Flikr
Your Core Team:-
Len - Dan - Chris H - Nicki - Jane - Mark - Chris S & Anna - John - Pete - Jenna

Great Notley junior parkrun
Do you have an eager young runner that you can't keep up with? Or have a youngster whose little legs are not quite up to running 5km? Well you now have the 2km Great Notley junior parkrun event to consider.
It starts at 9am every Sunday and its aimed at juniors between 4yrs and 14yrs old AND they can run unaccompanied! If they already have a barcode, it'll work at the junior event too - no need to re-register!
 
Running to raise money for Charity
If you'd like to support our growing number of runners who are raising money for worthy causes, visit our Raising Money for Charity page, there's also details on there on how you can add your charity to the page.

Great Notley parkrun on YouTube Independent Course Reviews
How to work the Pop Up sign
Guide to the Visually Impaired
John's Shakespearean Runner's Brief
Event 170 Run Report
Steve Stockwell - 29th Jun 2014
Carry on Running Video - 28th Jun 2014 (pt2)
Chris Holt - 3rd Jul 2014
Mark Brown - 29th Nov 2014 (Winter Route)
. . ... . . . . ... . .
Help your parkrun Help the Country Parks
You can donate to Great Notley parkrun through our About Us page and a small percentage of your donation will also help start up new parkruns. The donation will go to your "home run" and you can check this through your profile's update page. When you buy a car park ticket or a season ticket all profit goes back into the Country Parks, including Great Notley Country Park.
The money is used for things like the upkeep of the paths and even our new permanent sign posts.
. . ... . . . . ... . .
Lily’s Cafe at Notley Groovy ERS Barcodes
You can find us in Lily’s Cafe processing your results and enjoying a cuppa, a meaty salad or a slice of cake. Why not come along and have a chat with your fellow parkrunners or volunteers?
 
Present your barcode for a 10% discount on all* food and drink produced at the cafe.
*excludes retail items like canned drinks, crisps etc
Are you a frequent parkrunner, or does your barcode regularly fail to scan or you're having problems with your printer?
 
 
You should consider getting some ERS Barcodes. They come in great little keyring cards, credit card style or wristbands! Top Tip: Keep a spare in your shoe and never forget your barcode again!
. . ... . . . . ... . .
Strava MapMyRun Runtastic Endomondo Garmin
Summer Route Show Route Show Route Show Route Show Route Show Route
Winter Route (v1) Show Route Show Route Show Route Show Route Show Route
Winter Route (v2) In Progress Show Route In Progress Show Route Show Route

Don't forget to pay attention during the runner's brief because special course changes could come into effect during ANY event!

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