Results: Event 343 7th April 2018

This week 488 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 42 were first timers and 69 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 34 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 43 volunteers:

David MCCALL • Peter TROTMAN • Leda TROTMAN • Delaney DAWSON • Eoin O'CONNELL • Suzanne BELCHER • Tom RALTON • Paul CARTER • Pauline Elizabeth SPARKES • Jane BRANSGROVE • Tom SPOONER • Eva HATFIELD • Louise MCALLISTER • Graeme Noel BUCKLEY • Paul RANDALL • Geoff HASTINGS • Barbara KEENAN • Anne CARTER • Peter DANKS • Karen FROST • John BLEACKLEY • Megan AMBLER • Alison MACREADY • Steph AMBLER • Stuart ANDERSON • Jemima BLEACKLEY • Sarah COOK • Richard MOODY • Gerald KING • Russell THORP • Geraldine COTTER • Steve PLATT • Tiffany PLATT • Selina HORNBLOWER • Edward PROTHERO • Georgia PROTHERO • Kevin YOUNG • June NORRIS • Dennis COOK • Eve SOMERS • Andrzej PROCHYRA • Juliet CAMPBELL • Natalie PUGH

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

The male record is held by Kojo KYEREME who recorded a time of 14:56 on 18th July 2015 (event number 202).
The female record is held by Steph MCCALL who recorded a time of 17:03 on 16th July 2016 (event number 254).
The Age Grade course record is held by Jane DAVIES who recorded 101.05% (20:41) on 28th March 2015 (event number 186).

Nonsuch parkrun started on 17th September 2011. Since then 13,536 participants have completed 130,911 parkruns covering a total distance of 654,555 km, including 21,530 new Personal Bests.


Look after your barcode & your results will look after themselves….

Now Spring is here, this is a great chance to tidy up your personal barcode.

Barcode Care

The barcode scanning equipment works well with most printed paper barcodes.  A ripped/ soggy/ blurred paper barcode will cause problem for the volunteer operating the scanning kit.  This will cause queues to form.  So, if your paper barcode resembles a papier mache creation then consider  reprinting it or ordering an official item from

Helping the volunteers

The busiest period at the Nonsuch finish is around the 27 min.  The queues for scanning build up quite quickly. Standing in the queue is not much fun in the cold and wet.  In order to help the volunteers operating the scanning kit, have your personal barcode & token ready; do not wait until you reach the scanner to search through your pockets for your barcode. The scanner will scan your barcode and then your finish token.  Be vigilant, listen for the scanning kit beeping.  If you have any doubts that the scanning worked, go and see the Run Director.  The Run Director will record your details manually and will investigate after the event.

Finish Token without a Barcode

Some finish tokens do not have a barcode on them.  This is because tokens have not been returned and no replacement token exists.  If you are given one of these at the finish, go straight to the Run Director with your personal barcode and your results will be recorded manually.  You will not miss out.



Cancellation of Nonsuch parkrun tomorrow Sat 31st March

Tomorrow's Nonsuch parkrun is cancelled (Sat 31st) - a course inspection was carried out this afternoon and there is no way the run can go ahead without risking runners and the well being of the Park. Enjoy your Easter and please share this amongst as many people as possible. Hopefully see you next week.


parkrun 17th march

parkrun this Saturday 17th March - we have had a course inspection this morning and despite the standing water in places we have taken a view in the light of the forecast over the next 36 hours that the course is fit for our parkrun. If there is unexpected rain before tomorrow evening then we might well have to cancel so please keep an eye on the usual social media channels.


Snow conditions – 3rd March

Unless the conditions get a lot worse than they have been today Thursday we plan to go ahead with Saturday's parkrun. Please don't take any undue risks in coming to Nonsuch Park and leave yourself extra time to get to the Park. The course is likely to be icy in places especially along the avenue. We ask all runners to take extra care of not only yourselves but other runners on the course. Keep an eye on social media and our official parkrun page for further information. Look forward to seeing you all on Saturday.

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