Well it was a rather chilly start to the day today, but 303 of you braved the weather and decided to join us, 28 of whom were first timers!
I know that all of those were not present for the first timers briefing so if you could please arrive earlier next time so you can receive the briefing it would be appreciated.
Also of the 303, 23 of you achieved a PB! Well done to you all!
One of the things that I really like about Maldon prom parkrun is how friendly everyone is and today was no exception.
It's this that keeps me coming back because lets face it, it's not because I am any good at this running lark! I have made lots of new friends and a great way of doing this is to volunteer, so please if you haven't done it before, give it a go, I highly recommend it!
Special thanks to this weeks volunteers Andrew WALKER • Belinda AMNER • Carol NOBES • Christine LUCAS • D HUNT • Dave FRY • Deborah CUTLER • Graeme EYRE • Jan HUTCHINSON • Joanne DENNIS • John BUCHANAN • Kevin BUNTON • Matthew SMITH • Michelle LAMARRE • Naomi LUCAS • Nick BILSBORROW • Paul NOLAN • Rachel NOLAN • Stephen SAWYER
As you all know we operate a no barcode, no time, no exceptions, rule and just to prove the point our very own Event director Sue Smith forgot her barcode today. She finished in position 137, but you will notice if you look at the results there is no time recorded for that position.
See you all again next week for week 2 of my 2 week turn as RD
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Your Core Team:-
Sue Smith - Bob Gear - Belinda Amner - Elaine Vaughan - Alison Hughes
No Barcode = No Time
Don't forget your paper barcode! See your initial registration email, your weekly parkrun newsletter, previous results emails, or you can request a reminder email. Phones don't scan, so please bring a printed copy.
We operate a "No barcode, No result" policy. If you forget your printed barcode, you won't get a time.
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 parkrun friends!