Run Director: Linsey HOPKINS
This week 235 people ran, jogged and walked the course, for event 446. This number included 31 first timers, 14 of whom were recording their first ever parkrun.
PB Hall of Fame
Kudos to the speedy 29 who all recorded new PBs with five of them featuring in this week’s PB Hall of Fame.
Julie LOCKWOOD was the stand-out performer, getting her 18th PB in 63 runs and 3rd in her most recent 3 runs here. J B RAE-SMITH secured his 8th PB in 46 runs and Keith FARQUHAR’s 6th PB came after 39 runs. It was lucky no. 13 for Stephen BARTLEY as he got his 13th PB after 38 runs. Ronan YVENOU’s latest PB was achieved after 22 runs.
Congratulations to Andy WILTON who was our sole milestone runner as he completed his 100th run in a time of 31:39. All of Andy’s runs have been at Avery Hill Park.
Dylan John BEAVER (VM40-44) of Central Park Athletics was first across the line in 18:24 on his 24th run here. First time parkrunner, James WALLACE (VM45-49) was next in 18:48 and Keelan MACKLE (SM25-29) of London FrontRunners was just behind in 18:54.
Rachel CLARKSON (SW30-34) was first through the funnel in a new PB of 21:25 on her third run, finishing in 23rd overall position. She was followed by first timer Francesca NEWBY (SW25-29) in 22:54 (43rd overall) and another first timer Olivia MAGEE-BROWN (JW11-14) in 22:59 (44th overall)
Full results and a complete event history can be found on the Greenwich parkrun Results Page.
The event was made possible by the following 22 volunteers: Alicia LOVEJOY • Gerard Francis THOMPSON • Wole ODELE • Francis LEE • Simon HANCE • Hugh BOYLE • Maggie WATSON • Jez COAD • Derek HOPKINS • Linsey HOPKINS • Frank FEARN • Ian SCOTT • Fionnuala BOYLE • Tom DALEY • Martin HANCE • Elaine SIDGWICK • Annette MAYES • David MEARS • Benedetto BALDINI • Andrew SIDGWICK • Robert SCOTT • Louis SAVAGE
We are always in need of volunteers, so please, see our volunteer page for details on getting involved in making Greenwich parkrun happen by joining our volunteer team.
Thanks to everyone involved with today’s run. More Greenwich parkrun magic is scheduled at the same place, same time next week. If you’ve taken photos at any of our runs, and are happy to share them with others, please join the Greenwich parkrun flickr group and add the photos you've taken as soon as possible after the run. Instructions for uploading your pictures to the Greenwich parkrun photos page are available at the link: http://www.parkrun.org.uk/flickrtips/Your pictures could even make it to the run report if uploaded ahead of the publication deadline!
Greenwich parkrun started on 6th March 2010. Since then 7,292 participants have completed 61,710 parkruns covering a total distance of 308,550 km, including 10,012 new Personal Bests.