Didn’t They Do Well!

We always appreciate the time and the efforts put into this parkrun by our Hi-Viz Heroes and didn't they do well yet again on Saturday.

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Your Hi-Viz Heroes of Event Number 228 - A Fantastic Bunch!

Our thanks go to  Anita WRIGHT  •  Tom KAVANAGH  •  Karen DYER  •  Neil EVANS  • Ruth JOHNSTONE  •  Thelma GARNER  •  George BLANCHARD  •  William LEE • Catalina LEE  •  Vic GARNER • Ella BURCHILL • Rosalind MCWILLIAMS • Yvonne LOGAN •  Matthew HICKERY  • Jake GARDINER • Wendy GARDINER • Philip RILEY • Trudy REED • Julie DYER • Michelle LLOYD • Anna TINLEY • Helen DAVIS • Martyn POOLE • Barbara SULLIVAN

This week a special mention must go to the Run Director of the day Jake Gardiner, who boldly stood where not many teenagers would, megaphone in hand, to deliver the Run Brief to 235 folks in the start funnel. Judging by the great "Up Pomphrey!" response from all you lovely Pomps I think you'll agree he did a great job! Jake had arrived bright and early to set up the course, to check that the other volunteers were sorted in their respective roles and generally keep an eye on things during the course of the morning.

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Joining the 50th Milestone Club was Jo Ball who very kindly kept up the tradition of sharing lots of cake with us all to celebrate. Well Done Jo! And thanks for the cakes!

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Jo, with fellow Stanbridge Fliers in support (or are they just there for the cake?!?)

Tracey Paling has completed 7 parkruns in total, 5 of these have been at Pomphrey Hill. This doesn't seem like much to some, however Tracey is a runner with a visual impairment who seems to quite like the challenge of our Mr Hill and who was accompanied in turn on Saturday by two VI running guides Katy Pullin and Alivia Harvey - and didn't they all do well!

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Tracey with Alivia, and Katy close by

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Tracey with Katy sprinting to the finish, and Alivia hot on their heels

We welcomed a familiar-looking band of orange-clad Sports Pound participants who came to run their 'Graduation 5K' with us. You all did fantastically well and I hope you enjoyed plenty of support from lots of our regulars, and that you will come back to run Up Pomphrey! very soon, together with all the other first timers. Congratulations to you all for completing our parkrun!

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"Didn't They Do Well!"

I love reading the comments in our Visitors Book (regular runners are allowed to write in it too, you know...). On Saturday we had 6 visitors so welcome to Lisa Cleary; Emma Fox (Leicester Victoria); Rachel Hamilton (Cassiobury Park); Simon Lusby (Southwark parkrun); Brian Billington (from Newbury) and Stephen Golding (all the way from Chipping Sodbury). Brian wrote in our book: "Love that Hill! but 3 times Hurts" - but you did very well to finish in 22:56 Brian!! And Lisa, it was lovely to meet you and thanks for your kind comment in our book too: "Lovely course - fast - despite the hill!! Great friendly support. Thanks everyone - will be back. Lisa from Barry Island (p.s. our hill is only half the size of your hill!)" 

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Here's Lisa clocking up her 89th parkrun, doing extremely well and got a great finishing time of 24:08!

And last but most definitely not least a great big "Didn't They do Well!" to the 31 runners, joggers and walkers who managed to achieve a pb on Saturday.  Less fortunate were the 11 'unknowns' who didn't have their barcode, but better luck next time - just don't forget your barcode #DFYB!!

NEWS ITEM

Chipping Sodbury is cancelled this coming Saturday 21st July. Some other alternative parkruns nearby are at Eastville, Thornbury, Ashton Court, Bath Skyline, and plenty more to be found not too much further away.

And Finally...

All photos taken out our events can be found in our flickr group
Don't forget you can now follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/pomphreyparkrun
and for Pomphrey Hill parkrun on facebook www.facebook.com/pomphreyhillparkrun
and for parkrun UK on facebook at www.facebook.com/parkrunuk
Interested in volunteering at Pomphrey Hill parkrun?
e-mail pomphreyhillhelpers@parkrun.com

Until next time

Catalina

Pomphrey Hill parkrun
Event number 228
14th July 2018

This event was made possible by 24 volunteers. This week 235 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 22 were first timers and 31 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 22 different clubs took part.

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

The female record is held by Nicola BROOKLAND who recorded a time of 18:17 on 13th August 2016 (event number 130).
The male record is held by Patrick MARTIN who recorded a time of 15:37 on 4th February 2017 (event number 156).
The Age Grade course record is held by Simon ANDERSON who recorded 86.78% (17:16) on 13th August 2016 (event number 130).

Pomphrey Hill parkrun started on 1st March 2014. Since then 7,827 participants have completed 50,516 parkruns covering a total distance of 252,580 km, including 9,780 new Personal Bests.

Pomphrey Hill parkrun started on 1st March 2014. Since then 7,828 participants have completed 50,516 parkruns covering a total distance of 252,580 km, including 9,780 new Personal Bests.

 

Club Day!

Crikey. Blimey. Flippin' eck. Glad that's over. They are some of the ways to describe doing a 5k in those conditions. I would describe the performances on Club Day as AMAZING! So many people wearing their club colours with pride.

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The day started off with a perfect blue sky and only got better!

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One of the amazing things about parkrun is that EVERYONE is welcome. Runners. Walkers. Run-walkers. Dog walkers. Buggy pushers. Another special thing about parkrun is that it means different things to different people and every interpretation is right (except the one about parkrun being a race, that one is wrong).

For me, parkrun and running in general have formed a special bond. Together, parkrun and running has saved me. Part of that is from the wonderful supportive community within parkrun. The other part is from the wonderful people I met when I joined a running club. A free, weekly, timed 5k has given me the impetus to try and become a better me. Can I go that little bit faster next week? Can I go #uppomphrey that little bit faster? I don't get down if I don't get a PB because there is always SOMETHING good happening each week, a good chat with friends, good views, quality cakes. If I don't, so what? There is always next week. Or the week after. Or a flatter parkrun. Or a tougher parkrun. There are plenty of opportunities to push yourself harder. Clubs provide a support network for people that want to push themselves a bit further. Club day is a celebration of the various local clubs and allows someone who may have thought of joining a club, an opportunity to chat to people from the clubs. A sort of speed dating for runners!

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Bitton Road Runners new recruitment drive!

There might be some rivalry between clubs, but ultimately, we all support each other. Same thing happens on that finishing straight, you want to finish before that other person to get that faster time but once you have that finish token in your hand, you would be happy to shake their hand (assuming it is not too sweaty!)

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Please stay in finishing order when you cross the finishing line so the right person gets the right token and therefore the right time. Don't do your fellow park runners the disservice of taking their position in the queue and possibly depriving a person of a hard earned PB.

Here are two of the three people celebrating their 50 milestones. Nick Stone also celebrated his 50th but sadly not captured with a photograph. James Stone completed his 10th parkrun and joins the junior milestone club.

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Charmaine Petra Todd

 

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Stuart Fowell

Thank you the the 14 members of Bitton Road Runners, 9 members of Bristol and West AC, 2 members of Bristol Orienteering Club, the person from Chew Valley Snails, the person from CSSC Sports & Leisure, 3 members of Defence Sports & Recreation, 34 members of Emersons Green Running Club, 2 members of Fairlands Valley Spartans RC, 4 members of Frampton Cotterell Harriers, 2 members of Fry Club Joggers, 4 members of Great Western Runners, 2 members of Hogweed Trotters, 4 members of Kingswood Tri Club, the person from Mallusk Harriers, the person from North Bristol Running Club, the person from Queens Park Harriers, the person from Run Mummy Run, the person from Running for Time, the person from Sole Sisters, 9 members of Southville Running Club, 3 members from Sportspound, the person from Sprint Fitness, 2 members of Stanbridge Fliers, 26 members of Staple Hill Runners, the person from Steel City Striders RC, the person from Wallasey AC and the person from Westbury Harriers for making club day such a success.

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Not the standard mode of transport to parkrun!

With the weather looking to be a bit toasty between now and next parkrunday, take it easy, the traditional British Summer will return before you know it!

Danny Smith

Run Director

Pomphrey Hill parkrun
Event number 227
7th July 2018

This week 287 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 26 were first timers and 33 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 28 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 25 volunteers:

Johnny SUTTLE • Neil EVANS • Ian MUSSELL • Laura CUNDY • George BLANCHARD • Ella BURCHILL • Ris SCOTT • Daniel SMITH • Rosalind MCWILLIAMS • John VRUBLEVSKIS • Jake GARDINER • Gill WHITEHEAD • Andrew DRAKE • Trudy REED • Janette HALTON • Becky BRESSINGTON • Sharon COMLEY • Daniel RAWLING • Donna WILLIAMS • Sam COSSEY • Barbara SULLIVAN • Nikky COX • Tim RAWLING • Hayley WILLIAMS • Sarah WALLBRIDGE

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

The female record is held by Nicola BROOKLAND who recorded a time of 18:17 on 13th August 2016 (event number 130).
The male record is held by Patrick MARTIN who recorded a time of 15:37 on 4th February 2017 (event number 156).
The Age Grade course record is held by Simon ANDERSON who recorded 86.78% (17:16) on 13th August 2016 (event number 130).

Pomphrey Hill parkrun started on 1st March 2014. Since then 7,805 participants have completed 50,281 parkruns covering a total distance of 251,405 km, including 9,749 new Personal Bests.

 

Who lives in a pineapple under the sea………….

Johnny Suttle actually. Wearing a SpongeBob vest which attracted lots of attention – particularly from the funnel team who insisted on singing the SpongeBob theme tune as he came into the funnel, Johnny was our first finisher with a time of 17:21, almost a whole minute quicker than the next finisher.

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Johnny also hadn’t gone unnoticed around the course either (bit hard really when you are wearing a bright yellow vest) we had lots of positive comments and feedback that he was encouraging and supportive to all other runners and even had time to banter with other parkrunners whilst flying up the hill.

And if that's not enough, he’s even volunteered for next week – look out for him around the funnel – can’t promise he’ll have SpongeBob with him though.

Other than Johhny there were a further 197 of you who ran, jogged and walked the course,

Hayley Bennett was the first female finisher

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23 of you were first timers and we had visitors from Tring, Plym Valley,  Ashton Court, Tamar and even Portland USA. There were 35 recorded new Personal Bests – the sun was hiding behind the clouds so it wasn’t too unbearably hot for you.

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Oddly enough there were no milestones this week which is very rare

There were 9 unknowns - don't forget - no barcode, no time, no exceptions. Whilst you are printing off your barcodes why not check your ICE details are up to date?

The event was made possible by 31 awesome volunteers: Steven BURGE • Jonathan DOYLE • Anne BURGE • Jackie THORNE • Andrew KING • Richard HARRIS • Stephanie EVANS • Andrew BOYNTON • Ris SCOTT • Dave HORNE • Miranda REDFERN • Rosalind MCWILLIAMS • Ian CONWAY • Rory EVANS • Lynsey MILES • Begum RICE • Gill WHITEHEAD • Jack PITCHER • Simon HAILWOOD • Neil HOBBS • Joanna HARVEY • Alivia HARVEY • Izzy HARVEY • Barry BEETON • Richard BOOTY • Martyn POOLE • Tim RAWLING • Sarah DRAKE • Sarah WALLBRIDGE • Dilara RICE • Helen DAVIS, who helped make it a very slick and smooth operation

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I promised a 9am, start – Strava says 9:03 which I think is pretty good. The marshals were encouraging and the funnel team exceptional – so much so that the results processing also went smoothly and was done before 12 (which is a personal target of mine).

If you are available to volunteer over the next few weeks please do get in touch, its really easy and lots of fun – please check out the roster here  and email pomphreyhillhelpers@parkrun.com if you can assist. Thank You.

Remember next week is club day so if you are a member of a running club don’t forget to wear your club colours, if not then come along and enjoy the run as usual

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See you all next week

Lynsey
Run Director

Pomphrey Hill parkrun
Event number 226
30th June 2018

This week 198 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 23 were first timers and 35 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 26 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 31 volunteers:

Steven BURGE • Jonathan DOYLE • Anne BURGE • Jackie THORNE • Andrew KING • Richard HARRIS • Stephanie EVANS • Andrew BOYNTON • Ris SCOTT • Dave HORNE • Miranda REDFERN • Rosalind MCWILLIAMS • Ian CONWAY • Rory EVANS • Lynsey MILES • Begum RICE • Gill WHITEHEAD • Jack PITCHER • Simon HAILWOOD • Neil HOBBS • Joanna HARVEY • Alivia HARVEY • Izzy HARVEY • Barry BEETON • Richard BOOTY • Martyn POOLE • Tim RAWLING • Sarah DRAKE • Sarah WALLBRIDGE • Dilara RICE • Helen DAVIS

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

The female record is held by Nicola BROOKLAND who recorded a time of 18:17 on 13th August 2016 (event number 130).
The male record is held by Patrick MARTIN who recorded a time of 15:37 on 4th February 2017 (event number 156).
The Age Grade course record is held by Simon ANDERSON who recorded 86.78% (17:16) on 13th August 2016 (event number 130).

Pomphrey Hill parkrun started on 1st March 2014. Since then 7,779 participants have completed 49,994 parkruns covering a total distance of 249,970 km, including 9,716 new Personal Bests.

 

The Day Jack’s First Tooth Fell Out

Pomphrey Hill Event #225, 23rd June 2018
Milestones:
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We always celebrate milestones at parkrun, however our first milestone this week is rather special. Jack Roberts, who was marshalling at the Cricket Nets with his mum and brother, lost his very FIRST TOOTH while he was marshalling! The tooth in question, fell to the ground and couldn't be found! Concerns were raised that the tooth fairy would need to fly a long way to find it before s/he* could then visit Jack's pillow with the traditional gift of money. Fortunately, Jack found his tooth, mum wrapped it up safe and I believe that the tooth fairy did indeed visit Jack last night.
(*The author is unable to comment on the gender of the tooth fairy in question, having never actually been successful in seeing one. The picture is for illustrative purposes only and in no way makes any assumption about what the tooth fairy may or may not look like).

parkrun Milestones:

Congratulations must go to:

  • The 16 people who ran/jogged/walked their very first parkrun.  Welcome to the parkrun family and we hope to see you back for your second parkrun soon.
  • The 6 tourists who joined us for the first time: Duncan Hamilton from Cassiobury parkrun in Watford, Amy Murphy from Thornbury, Paul James from Ashton Court, Gareth Shaw from Chipping Sodbury and to Ben Lloyd and Stephen Horton who ran their first parkruns since Little Stoke closed.
  • Rosie McWilliams and Ellie Todd, both in the JW11-14 category, who ran their 10th parkrun.
  • Jason Bullock who ran his 50th parkrun.
  • John Horgan and Shelagh Fishlock who both ran their 100th parkrun.
  • The 35 people who achieved a Personal Best - VERY impressive in yesterday's heat!

While not formal parkrun milestones, special mention also goes to:

    • Gordan Lewis for his 150th run.
    • Ris Scott for her 50th volunteer.

Pomphrey Event #225

Volunteers:
Massive thanks to our 44 volunteers this week, 23 of whom arrived at 8:00am to spread fresh bark on Mr Hill, cut brambles and fill 4 large bin bags of rubbish from around the park.

Lesley BARRY, Lucy BILLETT, Pete BLANCHARD, Ella BURCHILL, Steven BURGE, Julie CASTLE, Mike COOMBES, Sam COSSEY, Sandra DRAKETT, Aaron DUNFORD, Julia DUNN, Steve DUNN, Neil EVANS, Shelagh FISHLOCK, Jake GARDINER, Dave GEE, Roz GLOVER, Duncan GOUGH, Martin GRAHAM, Janette HALTON, Björn HEISLER, Andrew HOBBS, Neil HOBBS, John HORGAN, Ruth JOHNSTONE, Colin JOHNSTONE, William LEE, Catalina LEE, William LEE, Yvonne LOGAN, Gillian MCLEOD, Graham MCLEOD, Lynsey MILES, Sara PENELLUM, Martyn POOLE, Thomas POWELL, Trudy REED, Jack ROBERTS, Tom ROBERTS, Ris SCOTT, Barbara SULLIVAN, Chris THORNE, John VRUBLEVSKIS, Anita WRIGHT

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(I must apologise that with the Barking Party and briefing the new DofE candidates I completely forgot to get a group photo of the event volunteers - sorry!)

If you would like to offer your services of volunteering at one of our upcoming events, please take a look at the future roster and email the team with what you would like to do. http://www.parkrun.org.uk/pomphreyhill/futureroster

Numerical Neatness:

Running and my inner geek somtimes collide, so allow me a couple of minutes to show you how the results aligned very neatly for some of our runners:

Doubles:

      • Gary Hope came 4th in 19:19
      • Neil Calvert and Mark Cleverly came 36th and 37th respectively in 23:23
      • Rob Holdaway came 51st in 24:24
      • Lan Nim came 88th in 26:26
      • Michael Williams came 111th in 27:27
      • Robert Taylor came 125th in 28:28
      • Sandra Drakett came 155th in 30:30
      • Vicky Worgan came 260th in 43:43

Whole numbers:

      • Joe Pritchard came 7th in 20:00
      • Martin Slade came 11th in 21:00
      • Vincent Buscemi came 45th in 24:00
      • Jessica Marks came 121st in 28:00
      • Kerry Rust came 207th in 34:00
      • Alison Mulligan came 253rd in 40:00

I could go on but I'll leave my other ideas for another Run Report...

Flash Back to our last event, #224 the SportsPound Take Over:
Those of you who have the 'Downend Voice' delivered to you, may have noticed this article about the SportPound Take Over on page 82.
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Flash Forward to Event #227, Club Day on 7th July.

After last year's very successful Club Day, we are looking forward to having another one this year.   Bring your club mates, wear your club kit and bring your club flag.  Please also bring leaflets or fliers that you may have about your club, when and where you meet, the type of run sessions you have and costs (if any) involved, as well as the contact details so potential members can find out more.

Non-club runners can then find out about the different clubs available and find a club that suits them.
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A few photos from last year.
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Until next time,
Ris Scott, Co-Event Director
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Pomphrey Hill parkrun
Event number 225
23rd June 2018

This week 271 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 22 were first timers and 35 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 22 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 44 volunteers:

Anita WRIGHT • Steven BURGE • Roz GLOVER • Neil EVANS • Ruth JOHNSTONE • Pete BLANCHARD • Chris THORNE • William LEE • Catalina LEE • John HORGAN • Andrew HOBBS • Colin JOHNSTONE • Ella BURCHILL • Julia DUNN • Steve DUNN • Björn HEISLER • Ris SCOTT • Dave GEE • Yvonne LOGAN • Sandra DRAKETT • John VRUBLEVSKIS • Mike COOMBES • Shelagh FISHLOCK • Jake GARDINER • Lynsey MILES • Martin GRAHAM • Lucy BILLETT • Trudy REED • Janette HALTON • Duncan GOUGH • Julie CASTLE • Lesley BARRY • Neil HOBBS • Sam COSSEY • William LEE • Sara PENELLUM • Martyn POOLE • Barbara SULLIVAN • Aaron DUNFORD • Thomas POWELL • Gillian MCLEOD • Graham MCLEOD • Jack ROBERTS • Tom ROBERTS

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

The female record is held by Nicola BROOKLAND who recorded a time of 18:17 on 13th August 2016 (event number 130).
The male record is held by Patrick MARTIN who recorded a time of 15:37 on 4th February 2017 (event number 156).
The Age Grade course record is held by Simon ANDERSON who recorded 86.78% (17:16) on 13th August 2016 (event number 130).

Pomphrey Hill parkrun started on 1st March 2014. Since then 7,756 participants have completed 49,796 parkruns covering a total distance of 248,980 km, including 9,681 new Personal Bests.

 

I wish I had a SportsPound for every time…

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They came in their dozens, whether for their first ever 5K or to support others. Filling every volunteer position, they cheered all 435 runners around the course and showed great parkrun spirit. Thanks to all the volunteers:
Eloise BRAIN, Sarah BROCKLESBY, Rose BURCHILL, Debbie COLES, Michele COOK, Sally CURNICK, Keith FAIRBURN, Jake GARDINER, Sally GARNETT, Adrian GRIMSHAW, Megan GRIMSHAW, Meryl GRIMSHAW, Abbe HOOPER, Rachael JOCELYN, Mel LATCHEM, Roxy LEPRON, Liz LEWIS, Katie MADDOCKS, Bethan MONIS, Ali PARRY, Debra PARSONS, Sara PENELLUM, Joanna POOLE, Ris SCOTT, Andrew PARSONS, Grainne STABLES, Karen STEPHENS, Anna THOMAS, Christina WALSH, Jo WATTON, Deborah WRIGHT, Jessica WRIGHT, Melanie YOUNG

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2 of our Duke of Edinburgh Award volunteers finished their official stints with us this week. A massive well done to Eloise, who completed 3 months/13 events, and to Rose for 6 months/26 events. They have both promised to keep running, now that they can have a break from volunteering :)

Amongst the finishers were:

91 brand new parkrunners
22 first timers to Pomphrey - including tourists from Cwmbran, Southwark and Chipping Sodbury
69 runners who got a PB
Oliver Clark, one of the PB runners also celebrating his 10th run (JM15-17)

There were 4 runners celebrating their 50th parkrun: Jenny Dodd, Helen Allington, Chris Bennett and Lee Gawler.

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Every parkrun has a story, but Chris Bennett has shared with us what his 50th parkrun means to him:

Back in 2016 while running the Bristol half marathon I started to have a bit of a struggle with back pain. The following Tuesday, the doctor gave me pain tablets and arranged for an X-ray. The following week, I went back to see the doctor who asked how I was feeling. I mentioned I was still in a lot of pain. The doctor said she was not surprised as I had two fractures in my spine. That explains the pain but how did I fracture my spine. Don't worry said the doctor have a scan, which showed that I had four fractures of the spine and that I also had osteoporosis and should take things easier and that it was advisable not to run any more. Well having always been into running I was not about to give up just yet. I was talking to someone who was into parkrun and encouraged me to come along and give it a go. As they say the rest is history. I would like to say that I would like to express my sincere thanks to all at parkrun for your encouragement and support for helping me achieve what I have so far. I hope to partake in parkrun and enjoy the magnificent camaraderie of the parkrun for a few more years to come.

Our final milestone celebrant was Rosalyn Castle. Roz was hoping for a quiet, subdued event to mark her 100th parkrun. However, my fellow RD Lynsey (there's no point protecting her identity any further!) conspired with, well, everyone, to create a surprise "race within a non-race" in celebration of Roz's love of races. Many also dressed up as Roz with funky leggings and a blonde fringe:

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In case you couldn't spot the real Roz, she wore race number 100. We hope you enjoyed the surprise Roz!

A final word for a long-time familiar face at parkrun. Hilary has supported our parkrun since 2014, and served teas, coffees, flapjacks and bacon rolls at a huge number of our 224 events. This week, however, she chose to lace up the running shoes and have a go - with Team SportsPound as well as Team Pomphrey to support her. It looks like she might have even enjoyed it, and will hopefully return to the hill again soon.

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Thanks to everyone who helped to make Event #224 very memorable. Remember, there is NO RUN NEXT WEEK: SATURDAY 16th JUNE so we will see you all again on 23rd June.

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Adrian Grimshaw - Run Director
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Pomphrey Hill parkrun
Event number 224
9th June 2018

This week 435 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 113 were first timers and 70 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 30 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 35 volunteers:

Keith FAIRBURN • Grainne STABLES • Adrian GRIMSHAW • Megan GRIMSHAW • Meryl GRIMSHAW • Deborah WRIGHT • Jessica WRIGHT • Debra PARSONS • Anna THOMAS • Rose BURCHILL • Eloise BRAIN • Christina WALSH • Ris SCOTT • Jo WATTON • Rachael JOCELYN • Jake GARDINER • Melanie YOUNG • Joanna POOLE • Sarah BROCKLESBY • Sally CURNICK • Ali PARRY • Sara PENELLUM • Mel LATCHEM • Katie MADDOCKS • Roxy LEPRON • Karen STEPHENS • Abbe HOOPER • Debbie COLES • Bethan MONIS • Liz LEWIS • Sally GARNETT • Michele COOK • Andrew SPORTSPOUND • Jack ROBERTS • Tom ROBERTS

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

The female record is held by Nicola BROOKLAND who recorded a time of 18:17 on 13th August 2016 (event number 130).
The male record is held by Patrick MARTIN who recorded a time of 15:37 on 4th February 2017 (event number 156).
The Age Grade course record is held by Simon ANDERSON who recorded 86.78% (17:16) on 13th August 2016 (event number 130).

Pomphrey Hill parkrun started on 1st March 2014. Since then 7,733 participants have completed 49,525 parkruns covering a total distance of 247,625 km, including 9,646 new Personal Bests.

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