Today in the parkrun there were 39 people who ran at Havant for the first time, 18 of them were tourists which means that 21 of them did their first ever parkrun. Also today 21 people got PBs. There are some interesting numbers in the times, my sister Hattie got 23:45, somebody got 25:25, someone else got 32:32, somebody got 33 minutes exactly and someone got 29 minutes exactly.
The person who has done the most parkruns who came today has done 261 parkruns. Only ten of these ‘Havant’ been at Havant! Ten people who ran today have done over 200 parkruns, one of those ran his 200th today. 56 people have done between 100 and 199 parkruns, with two of those doing their 100th today. Well done everybody.
I hope you had a good time running.
|Report by: Noah BURR (when he was still 7 years old)|
(Ed's note: Happy Birthday Noah, 8 years old on the date of publishing!)
Photos of parkrun #295 can be viewed here, many thanks to the multi-tasking Noah BURR.
Congratulations to Anne COOK and to Phil GUEST on joining the 100 Club today.
This week 272 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 39 were first timers and 21 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 20 different clubs took part.
The event was made possible by 19 volunteers:
Phil WESTERN • Lisa EMSON • John MARENGHI • Mark CARPENTER • Jason HORTON • Robin HALL • Peter ROW • Hilary SCHWAGER • Colin UWINS • Peter BOND • Nicola FOWLIE • Noah BURR • Peter BEACHILL • Ben STRUTT • Rebecca RALF • Christopher MARTYN • Eoin MARTYN • Melanie BROWN • Francesca PARRIS
Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Havant parkrun Results Page.
The male record is held by James BAKER who recorded a time of 15:56 on 11th August 2012 (event number 8).
The female record is held by Rebecca MOORE who recorded a time of 18:36 on 9th August 2014 (event number 112).
The Age Grade course record is held by Jane HARROP who recorded 89.68% (20:11) on 8th April 2017 (event number 254).
Havant parkrun started on 16th June 2012. Since then 6,865 participants have completed 56,775 parkruns covering a total distance of 283,875 km, including 9,919 new Personal Bests.
Post-run meet up for coffee, chat and cake:
Please do join us in the Cabin for post-run refreshments and chat, an essential part of the parkrun experience, and don't forget that you can exchange the voucher half of your car park ticket for a hot drink after your run.