Run report Nov 3rd 2018

Congratulations to the 271 runners who took on the windy conditions today. We had 19 first timers and visitors from Manchester, Victoria Docks in London, Welshpool, Aberdeen and Cork. Thank you all for coming!

Thank you to all our volunteers today who without them, we couldn't put the event on. Thanks to the members of Perth Road Runners who turned out in force to volunteer as marshals, beyond the finish line and paced the run. Well done also to our team who successfully helped with our Couch to 5k program.

Congratulations to the 20 runners who recorded Personal Bests!

Warning for the coming weeks! We had one runner who suffered a cut lip from a bramble bush blown into her face on the path by the golf course where the tree roots are under the path. We will be contacting the Council to trim this back and we would advise caution when running along that stretch.

We still need volunteers for the coming weeks and of course Christmas Day and New Years Day. Please let us know if you can help out.

This week 271 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 19 were first timers and 20 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 19 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 38 volunteers:

Andy SMITH • Stewart DALLAS • Alan PATERSON • David STOKOE • Neil MUIR • Maria DALE • Gillian SMITH • Ruth JOHNSON • Ronnie GLEN • Caroline HOGARTH • Kevin ROGERS • James FOTHERINGHAM • Harry JAFFREY-SMITH • Rhona WATSON • Alan WATSON • Kate MARSHALL • Cheryl GAHAN • Rhona HENDERSON • Gillian MCGUIRE • Zoe IRVINE • Fiona MUIR • David SINCLAIR • Stewart REID • Ian MCGRATH • Steven BONTHRONE • Emily JACQUES • Dawn MCLEISH • Stephane REID • Andy MCLEISH • Gregor WELLS • Stephanie BOYD • Andy MILLER • Garry SMITH • Sara BAILLIE • Yvonne BRYSON • Amy BRYSON • Gilly HARRISON • Sara ALEXANDER

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


Another Great Run

It was a lovely crisp morning on the North Inch. We welcomed 258 awesome athletes, including 14 first timers (yeah! see you next time).

We had tourists from Cannock Chase, Edinburgh, Vogrie (a lovely event), Singapore, Paisley, Glasgow, Kirkcaldy and St. Andrews. Parkrun tourism is a great way to discover new places and make friends, whilst enjoying a run in a park, just ask our own RD Paul Robertson who was running at home after becoming a Scotland Regionaire last week at Bressay parkrun (he has completed all of the parkrun events in Scotland).

We are well into our latest Couch to 5k programme - a brilliant initiative started by members of the Perth parkrun community to support people starting out on their running journey. We are immensely proud of the C25K pacers and the runners.

See you all next time.


The event was made possible by 21 volunteers:


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

The male record is held by Scott MCDONALD who recorded a time of 14:46 on 27th September 2014 (event number 44).
The female record is held by Jennifer WETTON who recorded a time of 17:08 on 28th May 2016 (event number 129).
The Age Grade course record is held by Angela COPSON who recorded 101.94% (21:29) on 19th November 2016 (event number 154).

Perth parkrun started on 30th November 2013. Since then 7,046 participants have completed 49,626 parkruns covering a total distance of 248,130 km, including 9,032 new Personal Bests



Run Report 20th Oct ’17

Another good day for running.
We had milestone turnouts by Tracey Stewart, Ian Davidson Julie Struthers, Louise Demetriou, (50) and Maria McCash (100). Congratulations to all four (see Facebook pics) -
And it was a big day for the McColgans with Ethan (15-17) coming home in the lead in a close to pb time of 17m25s while Joanne McColgan was first woman across the line with a pb time of 19m44s.
Jim Scobie of Fife AC (75-79) topped the age category rankings with 84.74% and a pb time of 23m 42s. It's getting tough at the top.
Sandra Clelland from Suffolk was in Perth for 46 year Lenzie Academy 1972 grand re-union. But the Bury St Edmunds regular left the party team in the hotel to over and take in Perth parkrun. "Great, course," she said.
This week 299 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 35 were first timers and 47 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 23 different clubs took part.
The event was made possible by 22 volunteers:
Selwyn James PARKER • Bill MELVILLE • Katharine MELVILLE • Kenneth G N STEWART • Martin MCEWEN • Harry JAFFREY-SMITH • Kate MARSHALL • Katrina LEESE • Adam LEESE • Chic LIDSTONE • Zoe IRVINE • Ian MCGRATH • Dawn MCLEISH • Andy MCLEISH • David KNIGHT • Duncan CAMERON • Kyle PEARSON • Gilly HARRISON • Rachel BONTHRONE • Catriona ROPER • Catriona PHIN • Clive MASSON
Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Perth parkrun Results Page.


Perth will be staging a Christmas Day parkrun starting at 10am


New Year

Perth will be staging a New Year's Day run. Start time will be 9:30.

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