Event 193 – A rather blustery day

Newark parkrun
Event number 193
25th February 2017

Doris was reduced to a bluster and hadn't caused any damage to the park apart from a few twigs here and there.

10, new to parkrun, first timers graced us with their presence. Mark Nesbitt (who you may have noticed by his batman onesie) brought his U16's football team for the first time. Let's hope they come back for more.

And 10 first timers who have run elsewhere first. Apart from tourists from Cleethorpes and Catton we played host to Clem Cook from London choosing to celebrate his 150th parkrun with us.

The volunteers need our thanks -
Brian Stevens, Charlie Collin and Breeze Rowlands marshalling with her children, Malcolm Cammack and Jeremy Reichelt on timing, Graham Welsh keeping the funnel in tight form and Charlotte Stevens getting her fingers cold giving out the tokens. All of which made processing the results an easy process. Injured Peter, and Krista Daniels managed the barcode scanning and Sara Carter provided pacing. We also celebrated another volunteer milestone, this week we had Gill Flye earning her purple t-shirt and, of course, one of our famous hand painted cards.

The only other milestone was Nick Maidment who celebrated his 50th run.

Thanks to all those who came forward after the run to fill future volunteer slots, it is most grateful.

Despite the wind there were still plenty of PBs being celebrated, well done!

And finally…
For the benefit of everyone please can you make sure that you run single file on the left through the woods just before the steps so that faster runners can pass easily in the right, it is only a short bit and any social conversations can resume once you've caught your breath at the top.

Many thanks.

Male placings:
Jan BAILEY (VM40-44) of Newark Striders Running Club, was first over the line in 18:53 - 7th time in 32 appearances.
Daniel WILLIAMS (VM35-39) (Unattached) was second over the line in 19:40 - has been first to finish on 2 previous occasions.
Damian DAVIES (VM45-49) of Notfast RC, was third over the line in 19:47.
Current standing in the Men's annual points competition:
Brian STEVENS (Unattached) 3007 pts.
Jan BAILEY (Newark Striders Running Club) 2892 pts.
Damian DAVIES (Notfast RC) 2320 pts.
Female placings:
Laura BATES (JW15-17) of Newark AC, was first (7th overall) over the line in 21:32 - first time in 3 appearances.
Gill OXLEY (VW45-49) of Notfast RC, was second (26th overall) over the line in 23:49 - has been first to finish on 7 previous occasions.
Jackie DUERS (VW50-54) of Mansfield Harriers & AC, was third (38th overall) over the line in 24:36 - has been first to finish on 5 previous occasions.
Current standing in the Women's annual points competition:
Gill OXLEY (Notfast RC) 3291 pts.
Sara CARTER (Newark Striders Running Club) 2801 pts.
Janet Louise DAVIES (Notfast RC) 2649 pts.
The following runners recorded the best Age Grade scores:
Felicity Ann GARLAND (VW65-69) was graded 76.33% for the time 28:14 (98th overall).
Marilyn HATHERLEY (VW65-69) was graded 74.62% for the time 27:35 (85th overall).
Jan BAILEY (VM40-44) was graded 73.35% for the time 18:53 (first overall).
This week there were 207 runners, of whom 20 were first timers and 24 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 14 different athletics clubs took part.
Newark parkrun started on 1st June 2013, and since then 4,262 different runners, including participants from 314 athletics clubs, have completed 30,634 runs covering a total distance of 153,170 km, and there have been 6,705 new Personal Bests.
The female record is held by Naomi COLLIER who ran in a time of 00:18:30 on 31st December 2016 (event number 185).
The male record is held by Alastair WATSON who ran in a time of 00:15:51 on 12th July 2014 (event number 59).
The Age Grade course record is held by Paul BUTCHER who recorded a 86.53% run (17:19) on 21st January 2017 (event number 188).
Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Newark parkrun Results Page.

 

Event 192

The weather forecast suggested that our 192nd event was going to be quite warm (well, warm for February!) but the gathering of cold-looking runners before the start suggested otherwise. There were baselayers retrieved from cars and leggings put back on to combat the chilly breeze. Several first-timers were welcomed to our parkrun family, as well as our one visiting tourist, Nell, from Northumberland. (If you are ever up near Alnwick, she says you are very welcome to visit her home parkrun at Druridge Bay – it looks lovely!)

The main celebration taking place was a first for us at Newark, and probably quite rare amongst other parkruns too. Alan Robinson, who you frequently see with stopwatch in hand at as you run/crawl/stagger/walk/sprint/jog over the finish line, has now volunteered for us no less than 100 times (and all without ever having run with us). As a token of our appreciation of the many hours of time Alan has given to Newark parkrun, we presented him with one of our famous hand-painted thank you cards. Thank you Alan!

Thanks must also go to the rest of the volunteer team who made the event go very smoothly, including Peter Parker pacing 22 minutes and Brian Stevens who had his first go at pacing ever, running 24 minutes.

It was a good day for the Craigs out on the course, with Craig Renton and Craig Hinds crossing the line in first and second (18.59 and 19.10); along with Daniel Williams (19.38) they were more than a minute and a half ahead of everyone else. There was a NOTFAST Running Club theme amongst the women, with member Gill Oxley first over the line in 23.47 and clubmate Kimberley Etherington-Bates second in a time of 24.48. Jackie Duers (of Mansfield Harriers) was third woman in 25.03. Well done to them all and all of the other 190 finishers.

Happy running!
Rachel

Newark parkrun
Event number 192
18th February 2017

Male placings:
Craig RENTON (SM30-34) of Newark AC, was first over the line in 18:59 - first time in 25 appearances.
Craig Richard HINDS (VM45-49) of Ivanhoe Runners, was second over the line in 19:10.
Daniel WILLIAMS (VM35-39) (Unattached) was third over the line in 19:38 - has been first to finish on 2 previous occasions.

Current standing in the Men's annual points competition:
Brian STEVENS (Unattached) 2907 pts.
Jan BAILEY (Newark Striders Running Club) 2792 pts.
Damian DAVIES (Notfast RC) 2222 pts.

Female placings:
Gill OXLEY (VW45-49) of Notfast RC, was first (22nd overall) over the line in 23:47 - 7th time in 107 appearances.
Kimberley ETHERINGTON-BATES (SW25-29) of Notfast RC, was second (37th overall) over the line in 24:48.
Jackie DUERS (VW50-54) of Mansfield Harriers & AC, was third (40th overall) over the line in 25:03 - has been first to finish on 5 previous occasions.

Current standing in the Women's annual points competition:
Gill OXLEY (Notfast RC) 3192 pts.
Sara CARTER (Newark Striders Running Club) 2725 pts.
Janet Louise DAVIES (Notfast RC) 2554 pts.

The following runners recorded the best Age Grade scores:
Felicity Ann GARLAND (VW65-69) was graded 75.92% for the time 28:23 (79th overall).
Marilyn HATHERLEY (VW65-69) was graded 74.40% for the time 27:40 (69th overall).
Craig Richard HINDS (VM45-49) was graded 74.00% for the time 19:10 (second overall).

This week there were 190 runners, of whom 14 were first timers and 34 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 15 different athletics clubs took part.

Newark parkrun started on 1st June 2013, and since then 4,242 different runners, including participants from 313 athletics clubs, have completed 30,427 runs covering a total distance of 152,135 km, and there have been 6,681 new Personal Bests.

The female record is held by Naomi COLLIER who ran in a time of 00:18:30 on 31st December 2016 (event number 185).
The male record is held by Alastair WATSON who ran in a time of 00:15:51 on 12th July 2014 (event number 59).
The Age Grade course record is held by Paul BUTCHER who recorded a 86.53% run (17:19) on 21st January 2017 (event number 188).

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

 

Event 191

Newark parkrun
Event number 191
11th February 2017

For saying that it had forecast sleet I suppose it could have been worse. Rain and snow held off but the going was muddy, slippy and cold. So, a turn out of 200 was fantastic. You are a hardy lot!

Six first timers chose this bleak day to get out of bed early and get themselves to parkrun. Well done to:
William Toby Hensley Smith, Ellis Scott, Paige Brion, Oliver Birkby, John Stokes and Rebecca Townhill. Let's hope they enjoyed it and come back for more!

Eight visitors came and ran Newark for the first time from:
Graves parkrun in Sheffield, Swindon and Lincoln.

Obviously last week hadn't put off the NOTFAST Joggers and Plodders group who were back for a second bite of the parkrun cherry. A lot of them getting PBs to boot, well done keep at it.

Alan Fisher celebrated his 100th parkrun and 40 of you scored PBs, congratulations!

A hardy bunch of volunteers rocked up and despite numb fingers on the funnel managed to keep everyone in check. Thanks go to:
Alan Robinson, Jeremy Reichelt, John Miller and Dianne Kennett manning the funnel, barcode scanners Charlotte Stevens and Judith Whistler and course marshals Ian Carr, Annie Cunningham and Steve Ibbotson.

Pacers
Simon Palmer timed his 30 min pacing to perfection coming home in 29:56 -although you may see him as Emily Palmer in the results, maybe that's his weekend name ;)

Jan Bailey, back after injury, wanted to 'slow himself down' and not overdo his comeback. He opted for the 22 minute bib but went faster than he thought, coming in at 20:38. Looks like he's bouncing back well.

Thanks also to Adam Holland and Faith Middleton for sorting the finish tokens in the café. Token number 55 was found missing, if you have it please return it as we need it for next week.

We had a slight panic moment in the café whilst trying to upload he results - the scanners weren't downloading at all. Luckily a sausage and egg cob came to the rescue as by the time it had been consumed the scanners had warmed up enough to play ball.

A group of regulars made the trip out to Poolsbrook near Chesterfield for a spot of tourism. Flatter than Lincoln apparently and worthy of a return visit.

Hope you had a good weekend and see you next Saturday.

Brian.

Male placings:
Adam HOLLAND (SM25-29) of Notfast RC, was first over the line in 17:46 - 94th time in 109 appearances.
Tom MARSHALL (SM30-34) of Newark Striders Running Club, was second over the line in 17:47 - was first to finish once before.
Craig RENTON (SM30-34) of Newark AC, was third over the line in 19:25.
Current standing in the Men's annual points competition:
Brian STEVENS (Unattached) 2807 pts.
Jan BAILEY (Newark Striders Running Club) 2792 pts.
Damian DAVIES (Notfast RC) 2208 pts.
Female placings:
Sara MICKLEBURGH (SW25-29) (Unattached) was first (30th overall) over the line in 23:59 - first time in 5 appearances.
Gill OXLEY (VW45-49) of Notfast RC, was second (32nd overall) over the line in 24:08 - has been first to finish on 6 previous occasions.
Kimberley ETHERINGTON-BATES (SW25-29) of Notfast RC, was third (45th overall) over the line in 25:07.
Current standing in the Women's annual points competition:
Gill OXLEY (Notfast RC) 3092 pts.
Sara CARTER (Newark Striders Running Club) 2725 pts.
Janet Louise DAVIES (Notfast RC) 2458 pts.
The following runners recorded the best Age Grade scores:
Felicity Ann GARLAND (VW65-69) was graded 75.70% for the time 28:28 (85th overall).
Marilyn HATHERLEY (VW65-69) was graded 74.53% for the time 27:37 (78th overall).
Tom MARSHALL (SM30-34) was graded 72.73% for the time 17:47 (second overall).
This week there were 200 runners, of whom 14 were first timers and 40 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 16 different athletics clubs took part.
Newark parkrun started on 1st June 2013, and since then 4,228 different runners, including participants from 312 athletics clubs, have completed 30,237 runs covering a total distance of 151,185 km, and there have been 6,647 new Personal Bests.
The female record is held by Naomi COLLIER who ran in a time of 00:18:30 on 31st December 2016 (event number 185).
The male record is held by Alastair WATSON who ran in a time of 00:15:51 on 12th July 2014 (event number 59).
The Age Grade course record is held by Paul BUTCHER who recorded a 86.53% run (17:19) on 21st January 2017 (event number 188).
Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Newark parkrun Results Page.

 

 

Run 190 4th February – Celebrating families and success. With Cake.

There had been fleeting signs of spring earlier in the week, but those snowdrops must have wished they had stayed in bed on Saturday morning – it was a bit parky.

 
The volunteer roster was full by Thursday, (thanks folks) then we lost 1, gained 3, and at 8.00 a.m. on Saturday we lost 2 more. So it was a nice surprise when enough enthusiastic people turned up on time and we were ready to go before 9.00 a.m.

 
Young Freddie who was touring with his Mum Alison was keen to give the bell a good shaking and that got the attention of most of the 221 runners at the start. That’s a good turn out as several of our regulars were enjoying a ‘StrideFast’ outing. Great name that, apparently conjured up by 4 of our regular parkrun ladies from Striders and Notfast. After a lengthy briefing, including mention of the icy bridge, they were off.

 

First Timers and Volunteers
26 first timers braved the chilly weather, several from Notfast Joggers and Plodders and all quite rightly looked very pleased with themselves when they finished.

 
Our volunteers are always amazing and this week it was no different with family support from Diana and daughter Lizzie who were back on scanning duty, ably assisted by scribe Flis. D of E volunteer Charlotte on timekeeping, encouraged her Dad Brian to have a go at marshalling, not forgetting Fiona and Dave Whittingham, with thanks to Dave for modelling his plastic barcode for the benefit of the first – timers.

 

Also, thanks Dave and Judith Whistler, who were rudely interrupted recounting their holiday adventures in Rumbles (that reads wrong, they didn’t spend their holiday in Rumbles) with a box full of finish tokens to sort.

 
Finally, cheers to Dave Tilley who regularly acts as pacer, encouraging others to better times. Running 23.52 was a comfortable run for Dave today, before heading off to organize a more challenging event for several of our regular supporters.

 
Charlotte was kind enough to give us a report of her volunteer experience so far;

 
''I have volunteered at Newark parkrun for around nine weeks now as part of my bronze D of E award activities and it is a fun experience. In this time, I have done barcode scanning, handing out finish tokens, marshalling and time keeping. My favourite is the time keeping because there is a big sense of responsibility to it and I can see how much effort the runners have put in at the finish line! Also, and my favourite part of all, is having a hot chocolate at the end from Rumbles, especially on a cold winter's day like today. Thanks everyone for your support! ''

 
Thanks Charlotte – glad you are enjoying and you could get a job as report writer anytime soon!

 

Tourists
As mentioned Alison and Freddie from Belton were at Newark for the first time and I think they could be back as they seemed to enjoy our course – even the steps?
We also entertained visitors from Rutland and Watford and whilst not exactly a tourist, it was good to see Simon Hitchcock and family return to Newark. Simon was involved at the start of Newark parkrun and one of our first Run Directors almost 4 years ago. This nomadic runner has now completed 58 parkuns in more than 27 different venues!

 

Celebrations
As I write this report, I can see from facebook that the celebrations are still continuing! Well done to Strider’s Lynne Boby on your 100th run. Lynne has stated that she is now pursuing a p.b. at Newark, so stand – by for more celebrations, or if you can’t get those, Quality Street will do fine Lynne.

 
And of course, many congratulations to Notfast’s Cathy and Ernie Clarke for their 100th run too. There are some lovely shots of all three of you enjoying your run with friends today, that’s what parkrun is about. And cake. Thanks for the cake all.

 
Not to be outdone, Martin Morley was celebrating his 200th run today. I know you had a few runs under your belt before you came to Newark Martin, but we love having you and your Witham colleagues here and it will be great when you earn that 250 T shirt next year. You’ll be the Peter Speechley of Newark!

 
Apologies and congratulations to Stuart Hawkes, as with all the fuss generated by the above, we forgot to mention your 50th run!

 

Striders report

‘’A very special parkrun today with Keith celebrating his birthday and banging in an amazing 27:28, 4 seconds short of his PB! Cathy, Ernie and Lynne all completed their 100 parkruns today, amazing commitment and effort from you guys! There was plenty of cake and other goodies at the finish, the goodies were polished off in quicker time than the runs!

Back to the main event... Parker smashed in a credible 25:01 having run the first lap with his kid, Dave Tilley pacing 24:00, nailed it in 23:52 and the girls, Philippa and Stacey smashed in 28:50 and 28:51 respectively! Dan absolutely nailing it with a 24:51! I'm hoping to be back running parkrun in a couple of weeks, fingers crossed!’’

Hope to see you back running soon Jan.

 

 
Notfast too

‘Busy day for Notfast today! We had Cathy and Ernie Clarke completing their 100th parkruns at Newark this morning, and Stuart Hawkes brought his daughters along to accompany him on his 50th. Cakes were shared with other participants by way of a celebration. Congratulations, all of you!’

Borrowed from facebook, thanks to whoever wrote it.

 

 
Results
Thirty - seven runners will have been pleased with their PBs on Saturday, including Sue Swain with 41.13 on her 23rd run, Sharon Clee; 25.47, Gill Oxley who was first female home in 23.46, and junior 11 – 14 Thomas Braithwaite with 21. 22 in 8th place!

 
Martin Waite was first to return, which caused some hilarity. Peter Davies and Dianne who were on token duty had wandered down to turn 1 to spectate and not having realized that Martin was on his final lap, were sprinting back to the finish behind him! In fact, I think they were running so fast they were catching him! Fortunately, I managed to compose myself and gave tokens to Martin and Craig Renton who was a close second, and by the time third placed Dan Williams crossed the line, Peter and Dianne had recovered from their interval session and were back on duty.

 
As mentioned Gill was first female, followed by Jackie Duers and Sara Carter both of whom have been first to finish several times in the past.

 

 

Sorry that we had some problems with the results on Saturday and thank you to those of you that let us know. We have a pretty good record of getting accurate results out on time, but with numbers regularly over 200 there may be some anomalies. I know ‘it’s not a race’ but we do like to get it right and if your result on our website differs substantially from your watch, then please get in touch and we will try to resolve it.

 
To help us, please ensure that;

 
• You bring your barcode and if it hasn’t worked for the past few weeks, then please print off a new one, or treat yourself to a plastic barcode or wristband from ERS http://www.parkrun-barcode.org.uk/

• Once you are in the finish funnel please stay in order and don’t duck out of the side

• If you don’t want to receive a finish token for some reason, or if you haven’t done 3 laps, please don’t go through the finish

• Finish tokens are not a prize, please hand then in to the people scanning

• If you have finished your run and go back to support someone, that’s great, but please don’t go through the finish again

 
Many thanks. Looking forward to running next week when Brian will be in charge.
Have a good week.

 
Male placings:
Martin WAITE (VM50-54) of Newark AC, was first over the line in 18:50 - 4th time in 63 appearances.
Craig RENTON (SM30-34) of Newark AC, was second over the line in 18:58.
Daniel WILLIAMS (VM35-39) (Unattached) was third over the line in 19:54 - has been first to finish on 2 previous occasions.
Current standing in the Men's annual points competition:
Brian STEVENS (Unattached) 2723 pts.
Jan BAILEY (Newark Striders Running Club) 2692 pts.
Damian DAVIES (Notfast RC) 2114 pts.
Female placings:
Gill OXLEY (VW45-49) of Notfast RC, was first (29th overall) over the line in 23:46 - 6th time in 105 appearances.
Jackie DUERS (VW50-54) of Mansfield Harriers & AC, was second (48th overall) over the line in 25:22 - has been first to finish on 5 previous occasions.
Sara CARTER (VW40-44) of Newark Striders Running Club, was third (55th overall) over the line in 25:39 - has been first to finish on 3 previous occasions.
Current standing in the Women's annual points competition:
Gill OXLEY (Notfast RC) 2993 pts.
Sara CARTER (Newark Striders Running Club) 2629 pts.
Janet Louise DAVIES (Notfast RC) 2361 pts.
The following runners recorded the best Age Grade scores:
Martin WAITE (VM50-54) was graded 78.94% for the time 18:50 (first overall).
Marilyn HATHERLEY (VW65-69) was graded 74.13% for the time 27:46 (82nd overall).
Mary SWINDLES (VW60-64) was graded 71.32% for the time 28:25 (92nd overall).

 

Event 189

Newark parkrun
Event number 189
28th January 2017

Not a bad morning weather wise, the ground was wet but rain held off.

The volunteer team arrived on time to set the course out and learn any ropes that needed learning. A demo of the simple stopwatch functions from our resident timekeeper expert Alan Robinson to our DofE newbie Charlotte and a quick run through of the barcode scanning tips.

A decent number of first timers turned up, were gathered together and talked through the course, how the funnel and barcodes work and that it is 3 laps. Let's hope they they get hooked and come back for more.

Young Dylan kicked off the run brief by ringing the bell to call order. Thank you Dylan.

We welcomed the first timers and had tourists from Doncaster and Grantham.

Celebrations:
Joanne Bailey was running her 50th parkrun.

Kay Rawson was also celebrating her 50th…birthday, providing us with cake for 'afters'.

Keith Measures was proudly wearing his new 100 t-shirt and notching up another milestone of 100 home runs at Newark.

Out of the 28 PBs recorded one that stood out was by Sophie Redhead who just missed out on a sub 30. Nearly there Sophie , keep at it.

The magic makers helping to put on this weeks event were:
Pacing the faster runners around the course were Dave Tiley and Peter Parker, sending you the right way and providing encouragement were Ian Carr, Annie Cunningham and Jaqy Halstead and making sure you were all safely home was Gill Flye. Timing you through the gates, Charlotte Stevens and Daniel Wilkinson, providing tokens and making sure the funnel management went like clockwork, Alan Robinson and Sue Watson. And last but by no means least, making sure your efforts went into the computer, Cath Wilkinson and Graham Rollins on barcode scanning. Thank you!

A reminder about barcodes.
If you do happen to forget/lose your barcode (or only have a digital version) please don't ask us to add you manually. Yes, it is technically possible to do but:

- parkrun operate a strict 'no barcode no result' policy

- It is unfair to put pressure on someone who is volunteering to have to make a decision on whether they can allow it or not. Their job is to scan barcodes and work the queue so that you are all scanned as quickly as possible. Yes, there is a manual entry sheet but it is there only to enter the details of any barcodes that fail to scan. The more we have to record manually the longer it takes to get down the queue.

- It adds time when processing the results as we have to look you up in the system (when we could be drinking coffee and socialising!)

- We get into trouble with parkrun HQ if we are seen to be bending the rules.

- It is unfair on other parkrun teams who try to operate the same rules when confronted with 'well they let me do it at Newark'.

- If you have forgotten or lost your barcode then you can save queuing time by handing in the parkrun Finish token to the run director.

And don't forget, if you are in a position of not having a recorded result, there is always next week!

Thanks for your understanding.

 

Now for the stats:

(Just a reminder that the annual points competition comes to a close last weekend in Feb).

Male placings:
Edward BUCK (JM15-17) (Unattached) was first over the line in 17:25 - 4th time in 15 appearances.
Tom MARSHALL (SM30-34) of Newark Striders Running Club, was second over the line in 17:54 - was first to finish once before.
James RASTALL (SM30-34) (Unattached) was third over the line in 18:14.
Current standing in the Men's annual points competition:
Jan BAILEY (Newark Striders Running Club) 2692 pts.
Brian STEVENS (Unattached) 2623 pts.
Damian DAVIES (Notfast RC) 2025 pts.
Female placings:
Sara CARTER (VW40-44) of Newark Striders Running Club, was first (47th overall) over the line in 24:57 - third time in 56 appearances.
Sara MICKLEBURGH (SW25-29) (Unattached) was second (52nd overall) over the line in 25:28.
Nicola BRADLEY (VW35-39) of Newark Striders Running Club, was third (56th overall) over the line in 25:33.
Current standing in the Women's annual points competition:
Gill OXLEY (Notfast RC) 2893 pts.
Sara CARTER (Newark Striders Running Club) 2531 pts.
Kate FISHER (Notfast RC) 2282 pts.
The following runners recorded the best Age Grade scores:
Edward BUCK (JM15-17) was graded 78.66% for the time 17:25 (first overall).
Felicity Ann GARLAND (VW65-69) was graded 77.06% for the time 27:58 (92nd overall).
Marilyn HATHERLEY (VW65-69) was graded 74.04% for the time 27:48 (89th overall).
This week there were 222 runners, of whom 25 were first timers and 28 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 18 different athletics clubs took part.
Newark parkrun started on 1st June 2013, and since then 4,188 different runners, including participants from 308 athletics clubs, have completed 29,814 runs covering a total distance of 149,070 km, and there have been 6,570 new Personal Bests.
The female record is held by Naomi COLLIER who ran in a time of 00:18:30 on 31st December 2016 (event number 185).
The male record is held by Alastair WATSON who ran in a time of 00:15:51 on 12th July 2014 (event number 59).
The Age Grade course record is held by Paul BUTCHER who recorded a 86.53% run (17:19) on 21st January 2017 (event number 188).
Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Newark parkrun Results Page.

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