23rd June, 2018. Event # 192

What a lovely day to have our parkrun folks.Could any of you have wished for anything more?

We had the volunteers roster filled up about 10 days before, the weatherman told us "parkrunday is going to be a cracker" and we had all the makings of a super, super running day.

Harlow Running Club & Harlow Tri-Club were in attendance  busily seeing to  anyone who was inquiring about their running club, Tri-Club  and Harlow 10 mile race. They also had 15 volunteer pacers available to support runners in their efforts for a good time today.

Their efforts in getting runners around the Harlow parkrun course in their desired time, did not go unnoticed, as a massive fifty-five...................yes I'll repeat that, 55 parkrunners, beat their fastest previous times. That's an impressive 1 in 4. That surely(and don't call me Shirley!!) has got to be down to the Harlow Running Club  "effect"????? Well done everyone.

On the land mark front, Our own Luke Grey reached the grand age of 14 this week!!  Happy Birthday to you young man.

Also requiring a well deserved shout is Judith Gay, who reached the parkrun achievement club of 50 runs, and is now a member of the "Red Shirt Brigade" !! Not only that parkrunning family, but I do believe she got a P.B. today.........by a impressive 8 seconds!!  Check your personal emails and and profile Judith to see the latest on the shirt information. Well done you.

I did put out an appeal today for volunteers next week(or any parkrunday actually!!), as the old book is looking a bit empty for the coming weeks.  Our Vicky Calver is Run Director for the next two weeks and she would love some support, or she might have to only have one timekeeper or one barcode scanner which would make the queues very long indeedy!!

This week 202 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 15 were first timers and 55 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 12 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 37 volunteers:

Joanne MILLS • Colin BAKER • Robin Peter LOZEAU • Andrew TERRELL • Teresa STICKLAND • Roy STEVEN • Catherine RIDGE • Terry RIDGE • Jamie JEPHCOTT • Andy KINNEY • Tracy GREENALL • John GILLESPIE • Karen KITSON • Alan WELLBELOVE • Steve WRIGHT • Martin ELVEN • Paul DIXON • James AICKEN • Lizzie WHITBY • Reg CLAYTON • Martyn COULTER • Ryan SMITH • Darren TILEY • Jeff MACE • Graham THOMAS • Rich HYNES • Hannah WENLOCK • Allison BEETON • Afewerk ROSSOM • Lee WEBBER • Denise GIGG • Tom FREEMAN • Tracie COOK • Brenda FREEMAN • Martin MITCHELL • Laura PRIME • Louise PEACOCK

Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Harlow parkrun Results Page.

The female record is held by Megan EVANS who recorded a time of 19:27 on 20th December 2014 (event number 7).
The male record is held by Ian KIMPTON who recorded a time of 15:59 on 28th January 2017 (event number 120).
The Age Grade course record is held by Megan EGGELING who recorded 86.57% (27:03) on 30th July 2016 (event number 93).

Harlow parkrun started on 8th November 2014. Since then 3,766 participants have completed 27,323 parkruns covering a total distance of 136,615 km, including 5,728 new Personal Bests.

Could everybody, including volunteers, please make sure you have your barcodes each week ensuring your up to date Emergency Contact number (I.C.E) is included. Don't forget "NO BARCODE NO TIME" so #DFYB REMEMBER we start the run at 9am sharp so please try to get there early enough to listen to the brief as it contains important information. Please also remember, under 11's must run "accompanied by an appropriate adult" at all times during the parkrun (not minutes apart) - no adult, no time, no exceptions! Your Core Team:- Vicky Calver - Robin Lozeau - Sara Coombe - Graham Thomas - Lee Webber - Tracie Cook
Volunteer Co-ordinator - Steve Wright - Alan Wellbelove Help your parkrun
You can donate to Harlow parkrun through our "About Us" page. The donation will go to your "home run" and you can check this through your profile's update page. 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. Make our scanners lives easier and be the envy of all of your parkrunner chums! The female record is held by Megan Evans who recorded a time of 19:27 on 20th December 2014 (event number 7).
The male record is held by Ian Kimpton who recorded a time of 15:59 on 28th January 2017 (event number 120).

It's been a great two weeks being your Run Director & I hope I kept up the standard you all expect.

All the best,

Robin Lozeau,

Run Director @ Harlow parkrun

 

 

 

16th June, 2018. Event # 191

Hello Harlow parkrunners,

I hope you all agree we had a great parkrun session this morning.There were lots of different things going on with lots of interested people seeking information.

We had a couple of our regular runners racking up their 100th parkruns today, so they invited anyone who wanted, to dress up in sports gear--other than running clothes!! Many gladly obliged with netball, cricket, wrestling, cycling and swimming among sports covered!!  Congratulations go out to Darren Rautenbach and Paul Schroder on reaching those landmarks. The larking about and the photos were great fun after the event.

A very special shout out went to John Gillespie this week. He kept us all in the dark about his volunteering landmark  of 250 which is way way beyond the call of duty!!John has been a regular(mainly with a stop watch or scanner) from our very early days &  he can often be found at the Harlow Junior parkrun on Sunday mornings. His continuing support of our parkrun is much appreciated indeedy. Thank-you John.

Some of you will know that  Team Kayleigh  has been coming to our event to raise awareness of Kayleigh's plight for a while now. Well I am sorry to say, but she lost her battle and passed away earlier this week. All our thoughts are with her family, friends and all of Team Kayleigh at this time. It was great to see them today running with their Team Kayleigh shirts on.

We had a visit today from someone who is travelling around various parkrun sites and doing a blog on his exploits. We were no.90 of 100 he is hoping to do by September. Mark Layzell likes to do reports on the volunteers and any things that are a bit different from the norm, so look out for his report soon(ish).

As I said at my run briefing, for the first time ever I would not be appealing for people to step forward to fill vacant volunteer roles this week!!  This is because the roster is full.... ........all be it needs a snapper/photographer to take pics of runners "enjoying" their morning!! This is because we have another "Takeover" event with our very own Harlow Running Club volunteering on mass. They are taking over most of the roles and at present around a dozen(and counting) will be offering to be pacers covering 20 to 32 minutes. They are a friendly bunch and it will be a good time to keep up with someone who has your goal on their back, and bag yourself a good time.

Thank-you for supporting "YOUR parkrun",                                                                     All the best,                                                                                                                Robin Lozeau                                                                                                                      Run Director                                                                                                             Harlow parkrun # 191 & 192

 

Could everybody, including volunteers, please make sure you have your barcodes each week ensuring your up to date Emergency Contact number (I.C.E) is included.

Don't forget "NO BARCODE NO TIME" so #DFYB

REMEMBER we start the run at 9am sharp so please try to get there early enough to listen to the brief as it contains important information.

Please also remember, under 11's must run "accompanied by an appropriate adult" at all times during the parkrun (not minutes apart) - no adult, no time, no exceptions!

Your Core Team:- Vicky Calver - Robin Lozeau - Sara Coombe - Graham Thomas - Lee Webber - Tracie Cook
Volunteer Co-ordinator - Steve Wright - Alan Wellbelove

Help your parkrun
You can donate to Harlow parkrun through our "About Us" page. The donation will go to your "home run" and you can check this through your profile's update page.

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. Make our scanners lives easier and be the envy of all of your parkrunner chums!

The female record is held by Megan EVANS who recorded a time of 19:27 on 20th December 2014 (event number 7).
The male record is held by Ian KIMPTON who recorded a time of 15:59 on 28th January 2017 (event number 120).
The Age Grade course record is held by Megan EGGELING who recorded 86.57% (27:03) on 30th July 2016 (event number 93).

Harlow parkrun started on 8th November 2014. Since then 3,751 participants have completed 27,121 parkruns covering a total distance of 135,605 km, including 5,673 new Personal Bests.

 

9th June 2018 Event #190

This week 202 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 21 were first timers and 48 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 11 different clubs took part.

The full results and a complete event history can be found on the Harlow parkrun Results Page.

I always enjoy being Run Director, but this week was my favourite so far! It was lovely to see everyone taking part and, as always, our volunteers were awesome, especially Paul Dixon's dad who stepped in to help at the last minute. We really do appreciate the people who volunteer and I know they receive lots of thanks. It really is extremely rewarding, so if you've never had a go, why not put your name down and give it a go?!

This event was made possible by 27 volunteers.

Vicky CALVER • Oscar BELL • Jonny NICHOLLS • John GILLESPIE • Karen KITSON • Jenny HOLLAND • Alan WELLBELOVE • Sharon THRELFALL • Paul DIXON • Liam WALDRON • Sara COOMBE • Alan POWERS • Robin HUWES • Alan RAFFERTY • Isla THRELFALL • Hossein ERFANI • Graham THOMAS • Jon CLEMPNER • Lee WEBBER • John MCCARTHY • Tom FREEMAN • Andrew TAIT • Tracie COOK • Brenda FREEMAN • Kerri-Louise ROOKE • Louise PEACOCK • Liz COATES

It was a busy week as we had Ware Joggers come along to advertise their Ware Festival of Running which they explained has already sold out for the 10k and 10 miler. There is still some availability for children in key stage 3 to get involved so do take a look at their Facebook page or google the Ware Festival of Running.

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It was really nice to have the Ware Joggers pace for us and the feedback received was really positive, especially for 10 year old Isla Threlfall who paced 32 minutes with her mum. What a superstar! They also helped out with a couple of other volunteering roles and we are grateful to them for coming along. Sharon from Ware Joggers told us they will come along earlier next year so that we know when the Festival is taking place and can book it before it sells out. We hope this year goes really well and will see you next year guys!

We also had our "lifeline" to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the NHS and so many of you left messages of gratitude which was really heartwarming.

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As you know, at Harlow Parkrun we never miss an opportunity to dress up and this week was no exception. 35082867_1635971903125212_7885883211874566144_o

I have typed up the messages form the lifeline and we will make sure they go to PAH for the staff there to see how much we really do appreciate their hard work and dedication.

Here are the messages....

  • Thanks guys for everything you do. You rock x
  • NHS You are amazing
  • A big, big thankyou Harlow A & E for saving the life of my beautiful wife
  • Thank you for helping me when I broke my leg xx Emiily
  • Big thank you NHS for all the care you give. Save the NHS
  • Grateful we don't go bankrupt and die when we graze our knees like those bloody Americans. #ThankyouNHS
  • Thanks for fixing my poorly heart. Love John
  • Dear NHS. Thank you for taking care of Mia, our daughter when she hurt her foot.
  • Thank you for delivering my granddaughter safe and looking after my daughter so well xxx
  • Thank you for saving my life, twice. You are my heroes
  • To all the NHS staff who work so hard under difficult circumstances. Thank you. Chris Vince
  • Thank you to the community paediatric services. Great people, very dedicated – go the extra mile. Jane.
  • NHS. The best health service in the world. Says me who has worked for them since 1986! Pushpa Mistry
  • Thank you to PAH for everything you do. You do a brilliant job.
  • Special thanks to Dr Sitta in the haematology team and Emma and Lisa for almost making having to see them fun! Sally
  • Broomfield Hospital. Thankyou for saving my husband's life after his car accident. He received 3rd degree burns on 50% of his body! You saved his life! Thank you. Sarah Reeve
  • An example all the world should follow. Served me well for all my life. MA aged 73
  • NHS Good all times
  • Thank you for saving my life. Every day. David Morley. Williams Day Unit
  • I'm thankful to the NHS for caring for my premature daughter. Born 3/4/03 at 31 weeks weighing 3lb 12oz. Now a "normal" 15 yr old.
  • Thankyou for helping me when I cut my face open.
  • Thankyou to Barts NHS Trust Chemotherapy Unit. The Doctors and Nurses do a fantastic job. Thank you!
  • To Melanie. Thankyou for all the good work you do. Tony xxx
  • Thankyou for our three children you delivered, cancer care of our parents and end of life care of my dad and EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN! We love you all and will fight for you. Thankyou!!!!
  • Well done NHS. Love your work. Darren from Australia xx
  • You've taken away my anxiety so many times! X
  • For Mum, For Dad, Forever
  • Thankyou for so many things you have done for my family over the years xxx
  • Thanks for all your help and kindness over the years. Helping my family loads xxx
  • Thankyou for taking care of my mum over Christmas
  • Thankyou NHS for the help you have given to us all. Special thoughts to a special friend undergoing treatment now. Save the NHS Love Carol Cowlin
  • So grateful for the care of the NHS throughout (almost) all of my life.
  • Midwifes + others. Thankyou for delivering my baby girl safe and sound.
  • Thanks for saving me as a baby
  • Thank you NHS. Knowing you are ALWAYS there is so reassuring.
  • The job you do is hard. You are not appreciated enough. But truth is we couldn't live without you. Thank you.
  • To all, thankyou for looking after my dad in his last days. Lisa
  • Thank you for everything you do. You are wonderful and truly appreciated xxx
  • NHS Thank you all for bringing my children into the world.
  • Thank you for always being there for us, despite everything that goes against you all. Thank you. Lizzie xx
  • Thankyou to the NHS for the Couch to 5k programme it got me running!
  • You're our beating heart. Dave E
  • Thanks to PAH NICU for looking after my boy. 14 years old now and doing fab!!
  • Thankyou for looking after my nan x
  • You are hugely appreciated. Thank you so much
  • Dr Sita for everything you did to help diagnose my mum, guide her through it and answer 1,000s of questions!!
  • 10 years of care by excellent people
  • Doctors and Nurses of the NHS. Luke's broken ankle is healed now. Thanx
  • Thank you for giving me a great career. Save the NHS
  • Thank you for looking after my brother
  • 6 weeks ago, NHS brought my 92 year old mother back to life. Thank you for caring
  • I thank god for 70 years of the NHS which has been there for almost all of my life. They cared for me and employed me and 3 of my family. And for Aneurin Bevan
  • Keep up with the good work. You guys helped my niece, Kayleigh Lau & GOSH!!
  • Keep on running and help the NHS
  • NHS70. Thank you for Dad's care over the 5 weeks before he died. RIP Dad.
  • Thankyou to all the staff at Barts NHS Trust oncology unit. Amazing people.
  • All NHS staff. The job you do is amazing. Such wonderful people who don't even have a minute to breathe sometimes. Where would we all be without you, I dread to think. You are very inspiring and go above and beyond for all your patients. From the bottom of my heart I thank you all xxx Judith Gay.

This week we had a couple of people with breathing difficulties, but the marshals and fellow runners were brilliant in stepping in to help out and both people concerned pass on their thanks.

Next week we have a couple of our regular faces from Harlow Running Club celebrating their 100th event and I know they are planning to wear "alternative sports dress" rather than their usual attire...feel free to do the same as it's all good fun.

Don't forget that we are having a Harlow Running Club "takeover" next week (23rd June) when lots of the volunteering roles will be taken on by members of the club and they will be pacing lots of different times. A little bird told me there will be a really wide range of times available to help runners of all abilities to achieve new PBs so let's see if we can get a record number of them! The club will be spreading the word about the Harlow 10 which is a 10 mile road race being held on Sunday 9th September. If you would like more information, the club will be on hand to tell you all about it.

Could everybody, including volunteers, please make sure you have your barcodes each week ensuring your up to date Emergency Contact number (I.C.E) is included.

Don't forget "NO BARCODE NO TIME" so #DFYB

REMEMBER we start the run at 9am sharp so please try to get there early enough to listen to the brief as it contains important information.

Please also remember, under 11's must run "accompanied by an appropriate adult" at all times during the parkrun (not minutes apart) - no adult, no time, no exceptions!

I'm handing the Run Director baton over to Robin for the next couple of weeks......until next time, happy running

Tracie xxx

Run Director

Your Core Team:- Vicky Calver - Robin Lozeau - Sara Coombe - Graham Thomas - Lee Webber - Tracie Cook
Volunteer Co-ordinator - Steve Wright - Alan Wellbelove

Help your parkrun
You can donate to Harlow parkrun through our "About Us" page. The donation will go to your "home run" and you can check this through your profile's update page.

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. Make our scanners lives easier and be the envy of all of your parkrunner chums!

The female record is held by Megan EVANS who recorded a time of 19:27 on 20th December 2014 (event number 7).
The male record is held by Ian KIMPTON who recorded a time of 15:59 on 28th January 2017 (event number 120).
The Age Grade course record is held by Megan EGGELING who recorded 86.57% (27:03) on 30th July 2016 (event number 93).

Harlow parkrun started on 8th November 2014. Since then 3,728 participants have completed 26,896 parkruns covering a total distance of 134,480 km, including 5,630 new Personal Bests.

 

2nd June 2018 Event #189

Hello again everyone,  hope you are all well. I must admit, I really enjoyed being back as RD this week!

This week 193 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 20 were first timers and 35 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 9 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 21 volunteers:

Joanne MILLS • Vicky CALVER • Roy STEVEN • Andy KINNEY • John GILLESPIE • Andrew KITSON • Karen KITSON • Alan WELLBELOVE • Claire PARDOE • Steve COWLIN • Alan POWERS • Hossein ERFANI • Graham THOMAS • Julie OSBORNE • Tom FREEMAN • Tracie COOK • Brenda FREEMAN • Christopher TURNER • Martin MITCHELL • Rebecca HADDOW • Marc WITHAM

The full results and a complete event history can be found on the Harlow parkrun Results Page.

This week is a double whammy and will be well worth a visit. Firstly, we will be welcoming along Ware Joggers who will be taking over lots of the volunteering roles, as well as providing some pacers - bonus!! The original reason for their visit was to promote their Ware 10s event, but unfortunately (for us, not them) it has already sold out. They will also be spreading the word about their really friendly group so don't be shy, have a chat with them!

We will still have some volunteer roles to fill so please do let us know if you can help out.

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Secondly, as you may have seen on our Facebook page, we are joining in with over 330 other parkruns by celebrating 70 years of the NHS. We hope to be joined by lots of NHS staff that day, so if you know anyone who works for the NHS please bring them along. I know we already have past and present NHS workers and it would be great to see them all to thank them and celebrate all that is good about our health service. If anyone is not already registered, please get them to register before they come along and tell them not to forgot their barcode!
We plan to have an area of appreciation where we can write messages or stories from how the NHS has helped us so please have a think about what you might like to write on Saturday. If you would like to wear fancy dress such as theatre scrubs, Doctors coats, slings etc, we would love to see them.It doesn't matter if you are an NHS worker, you can still dress up if you want to!! Word of warning.....just because we hope to have a number of medical professionals in attendance, this is not an open invitation for any accidents to happen so please make sure you take good care out on the course!!

I thought I would also mention that on 23rd June we will be having a "take-over" by Harlow Running Club where again we will have many volunteer roles taken on by members of the club. They will also be providing pacers which means we will have 3 opportunities to run with a pacer this month (our usual pacer week will be on 30th June). No excuses for not hitting those PBs in June guys!! The running club will also be promoting the Harlow 10 which is a 10 mile road race being held on 9th September. All the details you need will be available on 23rd so speak to any of the club members, many of whom are regular parkrunners and you probably already know...

Could everybody, including volunteers, please make sure you have your barcodes each week ensuring your up to date Emergency Contact number (I.C.E) is included.

Don't forget we start the run at 9am sharp so please try to get there early enough to listen to the brief and to get involved with anything else is going

Don't forget "NO BARCODE NO TIME" so #DFYB

Please also remember, under 11's must run "accompanied by an appropriate adult" at all times during the parkrun (not minutes apart) - no adult, no time, no exceptions!

Harlow parkrun started on 8th November 2014. Since then 3,707 participants have completed 26,694 parkruns covering a total distance of 133,470 km, including 5,582 new Personal Bests.

The female record is held by Megan EVANS who recorded a time of 19:27 on 20th December 2014 (event number 7).
The male record is held by Ian KIMPTON who recorded a time of 15:59 on 28th January 2017 (event number 120).
The Age Grade course record is held by Megan EGGELING who recorded 86.57% (27:03) on 30th July 2016 (event number 93).

The complete results for this event can be found here

Age Category records can be accessed here

Hope you all have a great week and i look forward to seeing you on Saturday :-)

Tracie xxx

Run Director

Your Core Team:- Vicky Calver - Robin Lozeau - Sara Coombe - Graham Thomas - Lee Webber - Tracie Cook
Volunteer Co-ordinator - Steve Wright - Alan Wellbelove

Help your parkrun
You can donate to Harlow parkrun through our "About Us" page. The donation will go to your "home run" and you can check this through your profile's update page.

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. Make our scanners lives easier and be the envy of all of your parkrunner chums!

 

26th May 2018 – Event – #188

Hello parkrunner's

I hope you had a lovely Bank Holiday Weekend !!!
Another Brilliant Attendance again this week , and it is lovely to see Lots of new runner's and Tourists turning up each week now,  and of course, all of our Regulars that make our parkrun a friendly and Welcoming place to come.
Thank you all .
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This week 218 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 44 were first timers and 43 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 7 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 28 volunteers:

Brenda CLAYTON • Michael WOODRUFF • Roy STEVEN • Terry RIDGE • John GILLESPIE • Colin MOODY • Karen KITSON • Jenny HOLLAND • Steve WRIGHT • Martin ELVEN • James AICKEN • Reg CLAYTON • Graham THOMAS • Kelly GREY • Chris GREY • Lisa TYE • Allison BEETON • Lee WEBBER • Michael ROBEY • Sandra WEBBER • Emily WEBBER • Kevin SMITH • Tracie COOK • Lindsey PEARSON • Jo WATERS • Louise PEACOCK • Linda HELM-MANLEY • Ronald PEACOCK

As always we need to fill the roster for the coming weeks so please get in touch if you are able to help out.

Please let Alan know if you can help harlowhelpers@parkrun.com and he will add you to the roster.

 

Thank you to our pacers, you did a great job looking at all those PB's this week.
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On 9th June, we will be Welcoming along Ware Jogger's who will be taking over lots of the volunteering roles, as well as providing some pacers that week too. They usually look to promote their WARE 10 Event, but I have just been informed, that there are currently now only 12 places available for the 10 mile run, so by the time they get to us, the run may be sold out, so if you'd like to take part, i'd suggest you sign up as soon as possible!!! (Ware 10 takes place 8th July 2018)

Also ,On June 9th, We are joining in with 267 other parkruns by Celebrating 70 years of the NHS.

We hope to be joined by lots of NHS staff that day , so if you know anybody from that profession, please get them to register, and come along that day so we can show our appreciation.

We plan to have a notice board, where people can Pin their Messages/ Stories from how the NHS has helped them over the years , that we can share with them afterwards.

It's also a chance for them to see how parkrun is playing a part in promoting a Healthy and Active lifestyle.

Keep an eye out on Facebook in the next couple of weeks for more Details regarding this.

Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Harlow parkrun Results Page

Could everybody, including volunteers, please make sure you have your barcodes each week, with your up to date Emergency Contact number (I.C.E). It's best to carry these with you whilst at parkrun, just in case !!!

We start the run at 9am sharp so please try to get there early enough to listen to the brief ,so you can hear of any problems or changes on the course. Remember, there are always new runners at our course, so it is really important we give them the chance to hear the briefing too.

Don't forget "NO BARCODE NO TIME" so #DFYB

Please also remember, under 11's must run "accompanied by an appropriate adult" at all times during the parkrun (not minutes apart) - no adult, no time, no exceptions!

 

Harlow parkrun started on 8th November 2014. Since then 3,644 participants have completed 26,283 parkruns covering a total distance of 131,415 km, including 5,506 new Personal Bests.

The female record is held by Megan EVANS who recorded a time of 19:27 on 20th December 2014 (event number 7).
The male record is held by Ian KIMPTON who recorded a time of 15:59 on 28th January 2017 (event number 120).
The Age Grade course record is held by Megan EGGELING who recorded 86.57% (27:03) on 30th July 2016 (event number 93).

The complete results for this event can be found here

Age Category records can be accessed here

Hope you all have a great week. Next Week, Tracie Will Be your Run Director, so you'll be in safe hands!!!

Lee Webber

Co-Event Director Harlow parkrun - Facebook - Twitter

Your Core Team:- Vicky Calver - Robin Lozeau - Sara Coombe - Graham Thomas - Lee Webber - Tracie Cook
Volunteer Co-ordinator - Steve Wright - Alan Wellbelove

Harlow parkrun started on 8th November 2014. Since then 3,620 participants have completed 26,041 parkruns covering a total distance of 130,205 km, including 5,458 new Personal Bests.

Help your parkrun
You can donate to Harlow parkrun through our "About Us" page. The donation will go to your "home run" and you can check this through your profile's update page.

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. Make our scanners lives easier and be the envy of all of your parkrunner chums!

 

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