Havant parkrun #295 – Interesting numbers

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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) DSCF6588

 
(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.
 


 
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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.

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New Years Day Double Results

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Yesterday, a brilliant 152 people ran, jogged and walked around the Havant and Queen Elizabeth parkrun double, well done everyone. And for a bit of fun here are the aggregate times. Congratulations to everyone that made it around our two 'challenging' parkruns.
 

NAME Havant time Queen Elizabeth time Aggregate time
Julian MANNING 00:17:37 00:18:25 00:36:02
Barnaby GRAY 00:18:55 00:19:55 00:38:50
Rob WILSON 00:19:00 00:20:35 00:39:35
Luke BROCKS 00:19:40 00:20:58 00:40:38
Gary ARMSTRONG 00:19:23 00:21:57 00:41:20
Chris CORNWELL 00:20:29 00:22:04 00:42:33
Matthew CHEYNEY 00:20:12 00:22:29 00:42:41
Andrew CARMICHAEL 00:20:26 00:22:23 00:42:49
James COLLIER 00:21:41 00:22:33 00:44:14
Fay CRIPPS 00:21:43 00:22:38 00:44:21
Colin MCMANUS 00:22:05 00:22:21 00:44:26
Dan STARKEY 00:21:11 00:23:23 00:44:34
Scott JENKINS 00:21:12 00:24:00 00:45:12
Paul WELCH 00:20:21 00:25:18 00:45:39
Ian ROBINSON 00:21:52 00:23:51 00:45:43
Michael HARRISON 00:21:52 00:23:57 00:45:49
Andrew TULL 00:21:53 00:23:58 00:45:51
Nicholas WOODROOF 00:22:06 00:23:46 00:45:52
Simon BURROUGH 00:21:39 00:24:30 00:46:09
Neil PIPER 00:22:05 00:24:15 00:46:20
Robert BRYAN 00:22:16 00:24:05 00:46:21
Ben RITCHIE 00:21:57 00:24:26 00:46:23
Paul BARNES 00:21:50 00:24:38 00:46:28
Damian MACENHILL 00:21:20 00:25:12 00:46:32
Cristian SAMFIRESCU 00:21:48 00:25:25 00:47:13
Dave STANFIELD 00:22:50 00:24:50 00:47:40
Liz STEWARD 00:22:26 00:25:15 00:47:41
Andrea KERAGE 00:23:16 00:24:45 00:48:01
Ian PUGH 00:23:40 00:24:44 00:48:24
Pete DAVIES 00:23:27 00:25:01 00:48:28
David MACPHERSON 00:23:18 00:25:11 00:48:29
Peter BOND 00:22:20 00:26:10 00:48:30
Kirsty BAILEY 00:22:55 00:25:39 00:48:34
Nicholas MINTER 00:23:05 00:25:32 00:48:37
Mark STOCKFORD 00:22:41 00:25:57 00:48:38
Tony CONWAY 00:22:39 00:26:26 00:49:05
Matthew MADILL 00:23:44 00:25:29 00:49:13
Joe O_BRIEN 00:23:36 00:26:09 00:49:45
Richard AYLING 00:23:25 00:26:21 00:49:46
David POPE 00:23:47 00:26:31 00:50:18
Lukasz SIEMBAB 00:23:22 00:27:06 00:50:28
Alex WRIGHT 00:26:05 00:24:28 00:50:33
Jeff WATSON 00:25:27 00:25:14 00:50:41
James LEE 00:29:22 00:21:32 00:50:54
Karl DURHAM 00:24:16 00:26:44 00:51:00
John MARENGHI 00:23:33 00:27:29 00:51:02
Colin GARDNER 00:25:16 00:25:49 00:51:05
Jason BENTLEY 00:24:54 00:26:49 00:51:43
Stu LAVALETTE 00:23:09 00:28:35 00:51:44
Roland BARNARD 00:24:53 00:26:57 00:51:50
Jo GILHOLM 00:24:55 00:27:24 00:52:19
Jon TAYLOR 00:25:35 00:27:55 00:53:30
Steve HARRIS 00:24:57 00:28:39 00:53:36
Peter BROWN 00:26:26 00:27:16 00:53:42
Paul WAINWRIGHT 00:26:12 00:27:45 00:53:57
Alan PURCHASE 00:25:01 00:29:16 00:54:17
Stuart KATTENHORN 00:23:32 00:31:13 00:54:45
Daniel MARSHMAN 00:26:57 00:27:48 00:54:45
Catherine WRIGHT 00:26:05 00:28:42 00:54:47
Ian STOTT 00:26:02 00:28:45 00:54:47
James WINGRAVE 00:26:31 00:28:22 00:54:53
Eric DE GREEF 00:26:33 00:28:34 00:55:07
Peter WEST 00:25:50 00:29:19 00:55:09
Jane WEST 00:25:57 00:29:33 00:55:30
Michael JOHNSON 00:26:06 00:29:43 00:55:49
Marie POLLITT 00:27:10 00:28:43 00:55:53
Gary MCCAWLEY 00:27:15 00:28:40 00:55:55
Tony DAGLISH 00:25:30 00:30:27 00:55:57
Louie MURDY 00:28:10 00:28:24 00:56:34
Paul SAUNDERS 00:27:19 00:29:21 00:56:40
Elliot LEWIS 00:28:29 00:28:47 00:57:16
Jamie LEWIS 00:28:33 00:28:48 00:57:21
Joel LEWIS 00:28:31 00:28:54 00:57:25
Jo NASH 00:28:14 00:29:39 00:57:53
Jacob Philip CARR 00:27:56 00:30:04 00:58:00
Helen BOILING 00:29:32 00:29:10 00:58:42
Rachael BARLOW 00:28:21 00:30:39 00:59:00
Barbara HATHAWAY 00:28:50 00:30:43 00:59:33
Colin HAYNES 00:28:09 00:31:38 00:59:47
Colin ROWLAND 00:28:48 00:31:01 00:59:49
Jason BANDY 00:30:15 00:29:58 01:00:13
Barry PYMONT 00:28:35 00:31:39 01:00:14
Colin GYUE 00:28:18 00:32:06 01:00:24
Philip CARR 00:34:12 00:26:45 01:00:57
Tracey MURDY 00:28:35 00:32:25 01:01:00
Conrad BUTTERY 00:29:23 00:31:50 01:01:13
Chris GOLYA 00:28:25 00:33:29 01:01:54
Shane LEWIS 00:31:15 00:30:44 01:01:59
Helen O_BRIEN 00:29:26 00:32:34 01:02:00
Maria KATTENHORN 00:31:50 00:30:15 01:02:05
Amanda PEART 00:28:27 00:34:10 01:02:37
Rob GRIFFITHS 00:29:49 00:32:58 01:02:47
Julia HOPES 00:30:12 00:32:55 01:03:07
Matthew GREENAWAY 00:32:00 00:31:29 01:03:29
Jane WOODROOF 00:31:16 00:32:16 01:03:32
Tony LIDDELL 00:31:07 00:32:59 01:04:06
Steve BARKER 00:30:48 00:34:03 01:04:51
Douglas LAFFERTY 00:29:37 00:35:24 01:05:01
Amanda SAYERS 00:31:13 00:34:28 01:05:41
Darren MURDY 00:31:35 00:34:15 01:05:50
Samantha LLOYD 00:30:45 00:35:10 01:05:55
Lisa-Marie PECKOVER 00:32:53 00:33:32 01:06:25
Clare WELCH 00:32:56 00:33:34 01:06:30
Eloisa KATTENHORN 00:30:50 00:35:46 01:06:36
Matthew HANLON 00:32:12 00:34:37 01:06:49
Lisa EMSON 00:32:02 00:34:50 01:06:52
Annaliese KATTENHORN 00:31:49 00:35:12 01:07:01
Fiona BRAITHWAITE 00:31:47 00:35:23 01:07:10
Robert LANGLEY 00:42:04 00:26:12 01:08:16
Peter BEACHILL 00:32:49 00:36:28 01:09:17
Alexander BOOTH 00:31:25 00:38:22 01:09:47
Nicola FOWLIE 00:29:52 00:40:47 01:10:39
Ryan HOBBS 00:32:07 00:39:01 01:11:08
Anne COOK 00:30:44 00:40:52 01:11:36
Billy O_BRIEN 00:33:59 00:38:25 01:12:24
Libby PYMONT 00:32:44 00:39:46 01:12:30
David WOOD 00:33:06 00:39:27 01:12:33
John PYMONT 00:34:32 00:38:02 01:12:34
Michael CONWAY 00:32:17 00:40:29 01:12:46
Christine TURNER 00:35:17 00:38:17 01:13:34
Tina DOHERTY 00:32:47 00:41:32 01:14:19
Melanie BROWN 00:35:27 00:38:53 01:14:20
Ivor MCQUAID 00:27:46 00:46:47 01:14:33
Kate ROBINSON 00:35:18 00:39:15 01:14:33
Lyndsey GARDNER 00:34:22 00:40:34 01:14:56
Marilyn Joy CROCKER 00:36:48 00:38:19 01:15:07
Rob WHEELER 00:39:53 00:35:41 01:15:34
Mark HEWITT 00:36:44 00:39:58 01:16:42
Claire JOYCE 00:35:31 00:41:19 01:16:50
Raman SANGHA 00:36:33 00:40:18 01:16:51
Hannah EMSON 00:35:29 00:41:31 01:17:00
Jonny LANGLEY 00:38:29 00:39:02 01:17:31
Bethany MURDY 00:37:54 00:40:42 01:18:36
Rochann BUXCEY 00:37:56 00:41:02 01:18:58
Sandra STOCKFORD 00:32:21 00:46:58 01:19:19
Jason HORTON 00:42:48 00:37:59 01:20:47
Steven JELLY 00:37:34 00:45:16 01:22:50
Fran MARSHMAN 00:38:01 00:45:45 01:23:46
Nicola STOTT 00:37:46 00:46:31 01:24:17
Deb STANFIELD 00:37:51 00:47:00 01:24:51
Susan HARRIS 00:34:56 00:50:31 01:25:27
Donna SHEPPARD 00:42:03 00:49:33 01:31:36
Sophia WHEELER 00:40:34 00:51:17 01:31:51
Hannah Jennifer CARR 00:34:13 00:58:25 01:32:38
Bridget MAIN 00:36:09 00:58:33 01:34:42
Catherine JELLY 00:46:48 00:48:05 01:34:53
Mary SHORT 00:44:00 00:51:08 01:35:08
Tracy LONG 00:44:04 00:51:10 01:35:14
Rachael GETTY 00:37:41 00:58:32 01:36:13
Christine JELLY 00:41:21 01:03:44 01:45:05
Lydia DOHERTY 00:46:00 01:02:33 01:48:33
Melissa JELLY 00:47:02 01:03:43 01:50:45
 

Festive parkruns

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With Christmas rapidly approaching again it's time to confirm our festive parkruns:

  • On Saturday 23rd Dec we're holding our Santa parkrun, please come and join in the fun and bring your Santa suit or other festive fancy dress (even if it's only a piece of tinsel).
  • On Christmas Day we don't have a parkrun at Havant, but there are other parkruns taking place in the area including Southsea, Fareham, Lee-on-the-Solent and Chichester. See this web page for an up to date list of these and other parkruns taking place on Christmas Day.
  • On 30th December we'll be holding our usual Saturday parkrun at the normal time, 9.00am. Why not take the opportunity to wear your Xmas jumper one more time before it's put away for next year.
  • On New Year's Day (Monday 1st January) we'll help you kick off the New Year in the best possible way by running in the park with friends. We're holding a New Year's Day parkrun which will be just like any other parkrun, starting at 9.00am. The car park will be open at the usual time. And for those still feeling energetic, there's a chance to do a double by running the Queen Elizabeth New Year's Day parkrun which starts at 10.30am. Both parkruns will count towards your next milestone t-shirt. Last time 152 people ran both parkruns on New Year's Day, so if you do want to run the double then you'll have plenty of company!

If you have any questions about these events, please ask me on Saturday, or post them on our facebook page - facebook.com/havantparkrun

Dave Williams

 

Havant parkrun #291 – A Christmas parkrun…


‘Twas the parkrun before Christmas and the park was all a hush, well, until nine 
in the morning when runners and walkers arrive in a rush.
 
Not even our four-legged friends were barking a sound, all except Mabel letting us 
know she is around.
 
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All bags and warm layers were placed around the tree. Lots of colourful fleeces and the odd technical-tee.   The parkrunners were all gathered waiting to hear from Gill, dreamily thinking I hope it’s all downhill.  
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All of a sudden, there was a blast from the speaker, it was Gill WRIGHT this morning’s Run Director.   First timers and tourists came from near and far. Milestone achievements were announced with a hearty "hurrah".  
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Once the final announcements and "thank-you"s were made, it was time to start the Christmas parkrun parade.   Turning away from the bench we all headed to the start, "3-2-1-go" now it is time to depart.  
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Around the green we begin our run, then into the park for 5K of fun.   Santas and elves all dressed in festive gear, with a reindeer or two at the rear.  
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Jogging and trotting around the park, everyone enjoying the yule time lark.   Puffing and panting we finish our feat, now over to the cafe for a Christmas treat.  
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A slice of cake or maybe three, all washed down with coffee or tea.   Festive parkrun completed having given it our all, we’re sitting at home waiting for the results to call.  
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The results have been published on the Facebook wall, so on behalf of Havant parkrun "MERRY CHRISTMAS ONE AND ALL!".  

 

Report by: Gary MCCAWLEY gary

 
Congratulations to Nick PAYNE on joining the 50 Club today, and to Peter BOND on joining the 100 Club.
 


 
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Photos from today's event can be viewed here, thanks to photographer Martyn GARVEY.

This week 264 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 22 were first timers and 26 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 21 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 20 volunteers:

Dave WILLIAMS • Hilary WALKER • Matthew WRIGHT • Phil WESTERN • Gary MCCAWLEY • Gill WRIGHT • Lesley ALLEN • Lisa EMSON • Alexander COLE • Jackie MURRAY • Jason HORTON • Karen COLE • Hilary SCHWAGER • Joseph CORPS • Heather BOND • Caroline NEWMAN • Jennifer DAY • Nichol RIGGOTT • Laura DAY • 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 6,722 participants have completed 55,796 parkruns covering a total distance of 278,980 km, including 9,859 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.

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Facebook/Twitter:

Please check out our Facebook page (fb.com/havantparkrun) or follow us on Twitter (@Havantparkrun), to keep up to date on your parkrun news and gossip.

 

Havant parkrun #288 – ‘just right’ for running

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So... runners donned gloves and hats for a chilly, but not as cold as it has been jaunt around Staunton this morning.

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Thank you to David LOWN for the new runners' briefing where we welcomed plenty of newbies to the course, both those on their first ever run and those who were touristing like Carol MUIR who has clocked up an amazing 240 different events!

We were given the delights of Dave's Xmas jokes as he started his RD duties - yes the less said about this part the better, as the collective groans when the punchline were given certainly mean that he has been raiding the crackers. Worse is I feel, that he has a few more up his sleeve, so be prepared over the next few weeks. (Ed's note: oh yes! How about this one? conjunctivitis.com, that's a site for sore eyes!) :-)

A big thank you as always to the volunteers who gave their time to ensure that we were able to run this morning. Don't forget if you are unable to run, have a race coming up or are just generally a good egg, then volunteering is a great way to give back to the parkrun community. Head over to the Havant webpage for details of the next few weeks roster and sign up for a position that suits you - you get to wear a hi-viz jacket! - what more incentive do you need?

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Two milestones were announced this morning, Roger CASTLE, who is saving his milestone for another day and junior Sophie EASTON who has achieved 100 parkruns - well done Sophie! Not only has she run at Havant, but also 30 different events and has volunteered 17 times; Sophie has certainly got the parkrun spirit! She had the unenviable task of running with not one, but two helium filled balloons - not that they both reached the finish line - somewhere someone is finding a lost 100 balloon and thinking 'ahh that's nice, someone is celebrating their 100th', little do they know eh?

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The trick when working towards your milestones is #DFYB - Don't Forget Your Barcode!... otherwise you were listed as unknown runners this morning. That's one run less to count towards those milestone t-shirts. Incidentally, Sophie was presented the first ever t-shirt given out at a Havant pre-run briefing, when she joined the 10 Club, 90 runs ago, back in Nov 2012.

Much cake was enjoyed afterwards, including a beautifully decorated parkrun one that Sophie's Mum, Claire, assured us was 'definitely her own handiwork!' ;-)

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The parkrun fairies worked hard in ensuring conditions were 'just right' for running. I even heard complaints that the all too familiar mud wasn't even out yet in much force. I'm sure it is coming, so don't get complacent quite yet!

Thank you again Havant parkrun for starting our weekend off on a positive note. Look forward to seeing you all soon.

 

Report by: Karen COLE Karen

 
Congratulations to junior Jodie JOLLIFFE on joining the 10 Club today, and to Sophie EASTON on joining the 100 Club.
 


 
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Photos from today's event can be viewed here, thanks to photographer Martyn GARVEY.

This week 219 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 20 were first timers and 40 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 19 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 21 volunteers:
Dave WILLIAMS • Hilary WALKER • Gary TRENDELL • Lisa TRENDELL • Roger JONES • Phil WESTERN • Alexander COLE • Jackie MURRAY • Francisco BOOTH • Kerrie ROCKETT • Jason HORTON • Julie Claire WHITNEY • David LOWN • Joseph CORPS • Darren MURDY • Martin BROWN • Libby PYMONT • Hannah LOWRY • Michelle JONES • Francesca PARRIS • Tash HORTON

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 6,675 participants have completed 55,144 parkruns covering a total distance of 275,720 km, including 9,802 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.

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Facebook/Twitter:

Please check out our Facebook page (fb.com/havantparkrun) or follow us on Twitter (@Havantparkrun), to keep up to date on your parkrun news and gossip.

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