Southend parkrun #292 – Run Report

Southend parkrun #292 – 14th April 2018

Yay! It’s Saturday so that means its parkrun again!

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What a wonderful sunny morning we had today, the sun finally came out from behind the clouds to cheer us up with its warm rays. Recently we’ve had quite grotty, gloomy and dull weather, so today’s weather was great for people to have a nice morning run.

Not only the sun came out, but also plenty of runners with an astonishing number of 361! The Southend Parkrun community keeps on growing larger and larger so that means more and more people are joining us each week.

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Well done to all of our volunteers as we couldn’t do parkrun without them!

  • Matthew Aitken
  • Julie Aldridge
  • Mark Armitage
  • Derek Birnie
  • Pauline Bowers
  • Thomas Cufley
  • Neil Davies
  • Francesca De Souza
  • Bosco De Souza
  • Debbie Docherty
  • Barbara Gair
  • John Gair
  • Geraldine Gapes
  • Kev Maguire
  • Helen Marriot
  • Martin Parish
  • Anne Purdham
  • Macy Richardson
  • Kathy Shore
  • Alex Thornton

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Our Run Director today, Alex Thornton, has done this role 50 times which is a lot of times if you ask me. This is one of the most important roles at parkrun so thank you very much for taking 50 parkruns out of your time to be the RD. He is also our Event Director so he helped to create Southend Parkrun in the early years.

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Well done to the people who did their milestones today:

  • Lauren Buckle did her 50th parkrun
  • Alan Downing did his 50th parkrun
  • Suzy Peacher did her 100th parkrun

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There were 21 first timers today which is quite a lot, 9 of them did their first parkrun ever!! So well done to all of them and thanks to Martin Parish for doing the First Timers Briefing.

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We had soooo many people who gained a new PB – there were 49 of them! Wooooo! Well done to all of you, I would write down all of your names but there are just too many.

We had some tourists today joining us at parkrun today. They came from: Sudbury, Ipswich, Redhill, Worcester, Dagenham, Shipley and Barking. One person came all the way from Mozambique in Africa!!! This was Lopez Mutasa and he is visiting England, he is trying to set up a Parkrun in his home town, Mozambique, where locals can come and enjoy a nice run just like we all do! So I think he earns an applause as that is quite impressive!

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There was lots of great running today as I could see this through taking the photos. Along the finish line there are always people racing to finish first or beat others, well today that battle was between Rachael Thornton and Jim Gardiner. This was like watching the Commonwealth Games or the Olympics as they were both striving to beat each other. They viciously raced to the finish at the end, pushing other runners out of the way so they could be the champions. However, they both got the same time of 27 minutes and 29 seconds, so after all that competitive running, they ending being the same haha!

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There are always dogs around at Parkrun, plenty of cute ones, but the award for the most adorable dog at Southend Parkrun goes to…………STORM!!!!!!

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We had 2 photographers today: Geraldine Gapes and Macy Richardson (me). I hope you all smiled for the cameras so that we could capture your determination and enjoyment.

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

Photographs from each event are published on the Southend parkrun facebook page. You can find us on both Facebook and Twitter.

Thanks for reading this report and see you next week!

Report by Macy Richardson

 

Southend parkrun #291

With yet another successful parkrun at Southend done and dusted, it means we're hurtling towards our landmark 300th event! Only 9 to go! Rumour has it we might even get some nice weather by then, but whisper it softly – we wouldn't want to jinx it!

 

Joining Run Director Mark BENHAM and 287 budding participants for Southend parkrun #291 this week were the following bunch of Hi-Vis Heroes, also known as volunteers:

 

Sophie BALDWIN, Thomas CARSWELL, Lisa CURETON-BURGESS, Linda DONNELLY, John GAIR, Barbara GAIR, Jacky GREEN, Lorraine JOYCE, Martin PARISH, Giles PETTITT, Gary PHILLIPS, Anne PURDHAM, Macy RICHARDSON, Andrew ROBERTSON, Andrew ROUYER-BROWN, Juliette ROUYER-BROWN, Maggie RUSSELL, Niamh RUSSELL, Mark SAMUELS, Dawn SARGENT, and Val TAYLOR.

 

Volunteers are the backbone of parkrun. These wonderful events simply can't take place without them. So please give a cheery smile, wave, or a “thank you” when you see them – it really does make it all worthwhile. Better still, why not sign up yourself one week? There are lots of varied roles available and it feels great to give back to something that you love! Check out the future roster page at http://www.parkrun.org.uk/southend/futureroster/ for more information.

 

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Look at this lovely bunch of volunteers! Fancy joining them? Sign up!

 

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There was only one official parkrun milestone club entry this week, so congratulations to Barry PLUMBLEY who completed his 50th run!

 

We also celebrated an unofficial milestone as Janice MARSHALL completed her 150th parkrun. Congratulations Janice!

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Running with friends - that's what parkrun's all about!

 

And now for everybody's favourite feature...Southend's Random Results!

 

Female Results:

Sarah MAPPLEBECK (VW40-44) was 5th across the line (38th overall) with a time of 22:37.
Julie COOMBS (VW45-49) was 18th across the line (119th overall) with a time of 27:16.
Katy DUDDRIDGE (VW40-44) was 43rd across the line (172nd overall) with a time of 30:06.

 

Male Results:

John STEPHENSON (VM60-64) was 90th across the line (106th overall) with a time of 26:43.
Matthew CROW (VM50-54) was 136th across the line (195th overall) with a time of 32:02.
First timer Paul CONBY (VM40-44) was 163rd across the line (259th overall) with a time of 37:58.

 

NB: Southend's Random Results were picked using an online random number generator. Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Southend parkrun Results Page.

 

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Under 11s must run within arms reach of their accompanying adult. Well done to those adults who are able to keep up, especially on the sprint finish!

 

50 people set Personal Best times this week! That's 17.4% of the entire field (#maths). Congratulations to:

 

James PORTER, John STAUNTON, Roisin BROWNE, Alex FIDDES, Mark MATTHEWS, Simon RICHARDSON, Stuart COXHEAD, Lewis BURGESS, Honor SHARP, John COLBY, Dean TROTTER, Ivan NEWMAN, Richard JUBB, Elizabeth WELSH, Tim MACGREGOR, Laura MATTHEWS, Martin THOMPSON, Fraser WALKER, Gary PARKINS, Alex LAING, David CHRISTY, Tobias HARTLEY, Lizzy CLARKE, Alex ROGERS, Sarah HUTCHINSON, Neil SAPLER, Paul MARCHANT, Laura DRAKE, John GOLDSWORTHY, Emma FARROW, Pritesh PATEL, Christopher SANDALL, Katy BROWN, Michael BUSH, Charlotte FOTHERBY, Niamh O'SHEA, Lucy BARRETT, Charlotte BIDSTON, Charlie GLEW, Lisa WILSON, Daniel BASHER, Anne ODEKE, Noah GRIBBON, Simon GREEN, Gizella SIMPSON-HAYES, Greg HERRIOTT, James MATTHEWS, Martin PYKE, and Tracy BAINES.

 

There were many notable contenders for my entirely fictional but highly coveted PB-of-the-week award this week. So many in fact, that I'm going to be controversial and split it between three people who proved that no matter how many parkruns you have under your belt, a PB is still possible! Congratulations to Stuart COXHEAD, Ivan NEWMAN, and James PORTER who set new Personal Best times on their 193rd, 168th, and 146th respective parkruns!

 

We had 8 parkrun tourists visiting us for the first time this week. Welcome to:

 

Wasim JUNED, Dave GIRT, Roger S WILSON, Gill WILSON, Geoffrey POSNACK, Alex BALDWIN, Jamie PATIENCE, and Paula FRANCIS.

 

As well as PB-of-the-week, we also have a 3-way tie for my Interesting-tourist-of-the-week award, as three of our tourists are members of the illustrious 250 milestone club! They are Roger S WILSON (322), Gill WILSON (316), and Paula FRANCIS (265). We hope all of our tourists enjoyed their time with us and we look forward to seeing you again soon.

 

11 people made the life-changing decision to try a parkrun for the very first time this week! Congratulations to:

 

John FITZ-GIBBON, Kyle WILLIAMS, Philip CLARK, Kate HAND, Danielle GERAGHTY, Neil JONES, Megan JONES, Dylan CONBY, Paul CONBY, Joanna FURTAK, and Andie JAMES.

 

Welcome to the parkrun family! The first one is always the hardest. Don't believe me? Come back and see for yourselves next week. Be warned though – parkrun is addictive!

 

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Congratulations to Joanna FURTAK and Andie JAMES, two of our first-timers this week.

 

I had the pleasure of being Tail Walker this week. Every time I volunteer for this role I'm shocked to discover just how far 5k actually is! With that in mind I would like to end this report by offering a huge congratulations to everybody who participated in Southend parkrun this week. It doesn't matter how you did it; or how fast you did it: just that you did it!

 

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Same time next week?

 

Southend parkrun started on 13th October 2012. Since then 7,111 participants have completed 67,693 parkruns covering a total distance of 338,465 km, including 12,466 new Personal Bests.

 

The female record is held by Alexa JOEL who recorded a time of 17:12 on 22nd June 2013 (event number 38).
The male record is held by Adam HICKEY who recorded a time of 14:15 on 5th March 2016 (event number 181).
The Age Grade course record is held by Adam HICKEY who recorded 90.53% (14:15) on 5th March 2016 (event number 181).

 

This week 287 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 19 were first timers and 50 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 23 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 22 volunteers.

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

 

Run Report written by Thomas Carswell.

Photographs by Dawn Sargent and Geraldine Gapes.

 

Southend parkrun #288

Southend parkrun #288 is probably best described with one word: "Brrr!"

 

It was absolutely freezing, wasn't it? A huge thank you has to go out to all of our wonderful volunteers, who really went above and beyond the call of duty to ensure the event could go ahead and that we were all safe out on the course. Our Hi-Vis Heroes this week were:

Derek BIRNIE (who was diligently sweeping the puddles off the finish straight at 07:45am and had lost all feeling in his hands by 10:00am - I hope you've warmed up Derek!), Thomas CARSWELL (who wrote this report 3 days later from his lovely, warm office - some volunteers suffered more than others!), Stephen COOK, Ashley DAVIES, Michael GREENSLADE, Vicky JEEVES, Anne PURDHAM, Macy RICHARDSON, Donna RICHARDSON, Béatrice ROUYER-BROWN, Niamh RUSSELL, Kathy SHORE, Kirsty STUART, Lin TAYLOR, Alex S THORNTON, Dean TROTTER, and Tony WELLINGTON.

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Run Director Alex Thornton leads a chilly briefing!

This week, more than most, highlighted how essential a full volunteer roster is to the successful running of parkrun. If you feel that you can help in any way, please take a look at the future roster page at at http://www.parkrun.org.uk/southend/futureroster/ and sign up. Don't be put off by the cold weather. It's officially Spring now so it's going to warm up, right?

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One of the beautiful sights of Spring: runners covered in snow!

With the weather keeping all but a hardcore 129 of you away (or perhaps it was due to National Sleep In Day), this was the lowest attendance seen at Southend parkrun since event #73 on 15th February 2014! This provided some of us with a rare opportunity to finish in the dizzying heights of the top 100! What a rush! More importantly perhaps, a low attendance increases the odds of getting a mention in everyone's favourite feature...

Southend's Random Results!

Female Results:

Josanne ELL (VW35-39) was 2nd across the line (19th overall) with a time of 24:25.
Ros JACKSON (VW45-49) was 14th across the line (58th overall) with a time of 28:47.
Georgina MCMASTERS (VW40-44) was 24th across the line (82nd overall) with a time 31:33.

Male Results:

Mark SAMUELS (VM55-59) was 40th across the line (52nd overall) with a time of 28:21.
Martin GOVER (VM55-59) was 52nd across the line (69th overall) with a time of 30:15.
Neil KIRSH (VM50-54) was 75th across the line (108th overall) with a time of 35:21.

NB: Southend's Random Results are picked using an online random number generator. Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Southend parkrun Results Page.

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The cold weather and the low numbers meant it was lonely out there at times this week, for volunteers and runners alike! Well done to all who took part!

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Not content with being bonkers enough to leave the house in these conditions, some runners even turned up in pyjamas and onesies in honour of National Sleep In Day!

Now here's a story to warm you up! Despite the snow; the freezing temperature; the slippery conditions; and that horrific wind along the sea wall: one brave runner; one hero amongst men, managed to set a new Personal Best time! With that in mind, it's only right that my entirely fictional, yet highly coveted PB-of-the-week award be given to Martin PYKE for his time of 38:09. Congratulations Martin!

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The joy of finishing! Now get that kettle on!

We had one tourist visiting us for the first time this week. Welcome to Randall COURTNEY! We hope you enjoyed running with us and that you'll visit again soon. Perhaps in the summer?

Despite only one hand going up during the breifing, we were actually blessed with six brave souls who turned up to try a parkrun for the very first time this week. Congratulations to:

Kent ULYATT, Lliam COKER, Elander BACKHURST, Adam KIRSH, Charlie GLEW, and Katherine GINGELL.

We always say the first one is the hardest, and in this case it's definitely true! The next one will be so much easier...

Same time next week?

Southend parkrun started on 13th October 2012. Since then 7,043 participants have completed 66,649 parkruns covering a total distance of 333,245 km, including 12,293 new Personal Bests.

The female record is held by Alexa JOEL who recorded a time of 17:12 on 22nd June 2013 (event number 38).

The male record is held by Adam HICKEY who recorded a time of 14:15 on 5th March 2016 (event number 181).

The Age Grade course record is held by Adam HICKEY who recorded 90.53% (14:15) on 5th March 2016 (event number 181).

This week 129 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 7 were first timers and 1 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 13 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 17 volunteers.

Run Report written by Thomas Carswell

Photographs by Michael Greenslade.

 

 

 

Southend parkrun #284

You may remember that in my New Year's Day run report, I suggested volunteering at parkrun once a month as the perfect New Year's Resolution. Well, I'm pleased to say I haven't broken mine yet. How are the rest of you getting on? I appreciate the start of the year can be a difficult time so if you happened to miss January, I will allow you to double up this month to make up for it! Head on over to http://www.parkrun.org.uk/southend/futureroster/ and sign up now! Well, maybe not right now. At least read the rest of the run report first. I put a lot of work into these.

 

Speaking of volunteers, Run Director Sean MCFARLANE had an excellent bunch of them with him this week, and I'm sure you will join me in thanking them for keeping us safe in the icy conditions. This week's Hi-Vis Heroes were:

Derek BIRNIE, Tina BOSWELL, John BOSWELL, Jeff BROOKS, Thomas CARSWELL, Ashley DAVIES, Pam FELTON, Barbara GAIR, John GAIR, Viviane HANCOCK, Helen KELLY, Ian LIESCHING-SCHRODER, Megan MATTHEWS, Sean MCFARLANE, Martin PARISH, Beatrice ROUYER-BROWN, Ian SMITH, Jasmine TAYLOR, Lin TAYLOR, and Gary WALSH.

Thank you all for your efforts!

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Our volunteers are the best!

We had a trio of inductees into official parkrun milestone clubs this week so let's give them some praise!

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Congratulations to junior parkrunner Jenny TAPP, who completed her 10th run this week!

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Congratulations to Thomas CARSWELL (me!), who completed his (my) 100th run this week!

I wish to make it known that I consider any and all suggestions that I offered to write this report solely to ensure my achievement was celebrated to be as offensive as they are accurate!

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Mega congratulations to Cheryl MACDONALD who joined the 250 club this week. An incredible achievement!

Congratulations also to Mike DOWNER and Karen LIESCHING-SCHRODER who joined the unofficial 150 and 200 clubs respectively!

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Cheryl MACDONALD, 250 parkruns and counting!

And now for the return of the ever popular...Southend's Random Results:

Female Results:

Faatemah-Zehra PIPERDY (SW25-29) was 19th across the line (93rd overall) with a new Personal Best time of 26:03. Congratulations Faatemah!
Sophie PURTON (SW30-34) was 85th across the line (236th overall) with a new Personal Best time of 33:31. Congratulations Sophie!
Julie SAMUELS (VW55-59) was 94th across the line (252nd overall) with a time of 34:21.

Male Results:

Robert SANDY (VM50-54) was 17th across the line (17th overall) with a new Personal Best time of 21:47. Congratulations Robert!
David VEITCH (VM45-49) was 32nd across the line (33rd overall) with a time of 23:05.
Martin PYKE (VM55-59) was 177th across the line (304th overall) with a time of 40:17.

NB: Southend's Random Results were picked using an online random number generator. Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Southend parkrun Results Page.

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It's the unwritten rule of Southend parkrun: the kids always win the sprint finish!

Despite the ice patches, we still had a highly respectable 37 Personal Best times recorded at Southend this week. Congratulations to:

Adam BELL, Matthew FOTHERBY, Robert SANDY, Joseph MEAKIN, Emmanuel BROUSSE, Lewis BURGESS, Connor HEIDEN, Christopher NICE, Neil ROBINS, Lauren GUICHARD, Thomas CUFLEY, Gary PARKINS, Tom WEBSTER, Jenni PATERSON, Faatemah-Zehra PIPERDY, George SADLER, Jordan CLIFF, Mike LEESE, Oliver OANES, Caroline OANES, Tim SINNOTT, David MORROW, Sarah BANKS, Zoe FAULKNER, Claire SIMPSON, Phil ANDREWS, John GOLDSWORTHY, Sophie PURTON, Steve COTTER, Katie THOMAS, Adeela FETHI, Ian THOMAS, Carina JAMESON, Ailsa MILLER, Daniel WRIGHT, Patricia WRIGHT, and Jo NICKELS.

For my highly coveted and entirely fictional PB-of-the-week award, it's hard to look beyond Adam BELL this week, whose time of 17:30 ensured he finished first overall! Congratulations Adam! He could have ran it twice and still finished ahead of me! #notarace!

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We had some Wigan Athletic supporters join us ahead of the game with Southend United this week. And while Southend ended up winning 3-1, we hope they still had a good time!

14 parkrun tourists visited us at Southend for the first time this week! They were:

Ivan NEWMAN, Beryl DE SMEDT, John KILGOUR, Callum KILGOUR, Harvey WHITTINGTON, Marion BREEZE, Robert HEATHER, Chris PARKINSON-BEST, Daniel SCOTCHMER, Karen WALLIS, Jess PLUMBLEY, Daniel HEATHER, Kathy MACPHERSON, and Lisa BENNETT.

We hope our welcome was warmer than the weather and that you'll visit again soon!

5 people changed their lives and tried parkrun for the first time this week. Congratulations to:

Hayden LOW, Jacky GREEN, Austin HIGGINS, Laura DRAKE, and Michael WRIGHT.

Welcome to the parkrun family! Same time next week?

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I'll just leave this here.

Southend parkrun started on 13th October 2012. Since then 6,948 participants have completed 65,425 parkruns covering a total distance of 327,125 km, including 12,159 new Personal Bests.

The female record is held by Alexa JOEL who recorded a time of 17:12 on 22nd June 2013 (event number 38).
The male record is held by Adam HICKEY who recorded a time of 14:15 on 5th March 2016 (event number 181).
The Age Grade course record is held by Adam HICKEY who recorded 90.53% (14:15) on 5th March 2016 (event number 181).

This week 328 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 19 were first timers and 37 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 19 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 20 volunteers.

Run Report written by Thomas CARSWELL, veteran of 100 parkruns!

Photographs by Beatrice ROUYER-BROWN, all 852 of which are available to view on the Southend parkrun Facebook page.

 

 

Southend parkrun #283

123 runners lined up for Southend's first Parkrun on 13th October 2012. Since the first event 6,920 participants have completed 65,097 parkruns covering a total distance of 325,485 km, including 12,122 new Personal Bests. If my calculations are correct, that means that on Saturday on her 4th run, young Ava BAISDEN became Southend Parkrun's 65,000th finisher!

 

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The cold and grey morning couldn't prevent 348 brave runners from taking Southend's 283rd parkrun, supported by 23 volunteers. A big thank you to all the morning's volunteers who, as always, did a fantastic job - I hope you've all thawed out by the time you're reading this. Milestone congratulations go to Tobey FRANCIS who completed his 10th Parkrun – well done you! Congratulations also to Joseph TRIM (first male finisher) and Hayley LAMKIN (first female finisher) with incredible times of 17:12 and 19:40 respectively – fantastic efforts!

 

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It was a day for first timers with 20 new entrants to the Parkrun family in total! Welcome to Carina JAMESON, John GOLDSWORTHY, Tim SEVERWRIGHT, Paul BAINES, Claire CAPON, Andy PYE, Daniel WRIGHT, Tobias DESOUZA, Laura BENNETT, Tracy BAINES, Poppy BAINES, Jo NICKELS, Patricia WRIGHT, Liam SMITH, Marilyn SEEAR, Lewis BURGESS, Millie BAINES, Noah SEVERWRIGHT, Martin SKAM and Matthew FOTHERBY. Congratulations to all of you on completing your first runs and for joining the Parkrun family – let's hope that a year from now we'll be celebrating 50th run milestones for each of you!

 

It was also a huge day of personal bests, with 18% of you running faster than you've ever completed a Parkrun before, that's an incredible achievement – well done all of you. Whilst I can't mention you all by name, congratulations must be given to Sean MCFARLANE on his 175th run PB and the highest age grade of the day at 81.66%, Ben MAGUIRE on his 107th run PB, Abigail AITKEN on her 69th run PB and Steve LAMPRELL on his 61st run PB. If I don't mention Andy PALMER's PB too I'll probably get in trouble, so well done! Eleven more junior PBs - well done Alex DOWNER, Poppy PEPPER, Ethan FRANCIS, Archie HARDING, Sophie MATHLIN, Catherine COCHRANE, William ABLETHORPE, Elena SINNOTT, Cosme GONZALEZ GORDON, Nathaniel DAWSON and Benjamin HALL! A total of 63 personal bests today, well done to all of you and keep it up Southend!

 

There are some potential milestones on Saturday including 50 runs for Matt Jones and 100 runs for Thomas CARSWELL – we hope to see you there!

 

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There are still some gaps on the volunteer roster at Southend over the coming weeks – email southendhelpers@parkrun.com if you'd like to get involved. Have a good week everyone.

 

Run Report written by Wes Jarvis.

 

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