Event number 325, 16th February 2019

This week 306 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 38 were first timers and 59 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 23 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 16 volunteers:

David MURPHY • Lucy Jane OWENS • Lee MUSSON • Liz SIMPSON • Peter BROADWAY • Helen BROADWAY • Emily BEAUMONT • Angela COX • Caroline BOYLE • Tracy BRADBURN • Denis RIGG • Jason PATTISON • Karen CLARKE • Sheena SINCLAIR • Rachel BODDY • Joe SMITH

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

The female record is held by Hannah OLDROYD who recorded a time of 19:13 on 17th January 2015 (event number 122).
The male record is held by Gregory JAYASURIYA who recorded a time of 16:25 on 9th January 2016 (event number 172).
The Age Grade course record is held by Tricia BELL who recorded 90.36% (21:47) on 14th February 2015 (event number 126).

Tees Barrage parkrun started on 23rd June 2012. Since then 7,933 participants have completed 54,100 parkruns covering a total distance of 270,500 km, including 10,270 new Personal Bests. A total of 493 individuals have volunteered 3,709 times.

 

Event number 324, 9th February 2019

This week 266 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 20 were first timers and 40 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 23 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 22 volunteers:

Jill ABEL • Katie ABEL • Samuel JOHNSTON • Katie BARKER • Mark COX • Ben ROBINSON • Thomas DAY • Gail ROBINSON • Katrina BARKER • Keith EVANS • Sharon MCDONALD • Sheena SINCLAIR • Paul HACKNEY • John LAVENDER • Anne DAY • Mark DAY • Sue RUSSELL • Sonny RUSSELL • Tom RAMSEY • Joe SMITH • Joseph BRANNAGAN • Ellis ALDERSON

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

The female record is held by Hannah OLDROYD who recorded a time of 19:13 on 17th January 2015 (event number 122).
The male record is held by Gregory JAYASURIYA who recorded a time of 16:25 on 9th January 2016 (event number 172).
The Age Grade course record is held by Tricia BELL who recorded 90.36% (21:47) on 14th February 2015 (event number 126).

Tees Barrage parkrun started on 23rd June 2012. Since then 7,895 participants have completed 53,794 parkruns covering a total distance of 268,970 km, including 10,211 new Personal Bests. A total of 492 individuals have volunteered 3,693 times.

 

Event number 323, 26th January 2019

This week another big attendance of 349 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 27 were first timers and 78 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 30 different clubs took part.

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The larger attendances has one poor side effect with the path on North shore getting very congested for the first 800m. As there is no real room to pass people here, it would help all parkrunners and remove a lot of frustration, if you all took up a suitable position in the start area. Keeping that bottle neck moving and not creating gaps ahead of you will make it quicker for everybody.

The event was made possible by 14 volunteers:

David MURPHY • Helen BROADWAY • Dylan Henry APPLEBY • Keira LEY • Angela COX • Mark COX • Nigel RADCLIFFE • Caroline BOYLE • Kristian MALCOLM • Sheena SINCLAIR • Mary WOODMAN • Joe SMITH • Joseph BRANNAGAN • Ellis ALDERSON

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

The female record is held by Hannah OLDROYD who recorded a time of 19:13 on 17th January 2015 (event number 122).
The male record is held by Gregory JAYASURIYA who recorded a time of 16:25 on 9th January 2016 (event number 172).
The Age Grade course record is held by Tricia BELL who recorded 90.36% (21:47) on 14th February 2015 (event number 126).

Tees Barrage parkrun started on 23rd June 2012. Since then 7,876 participants have completed 53,528 parkruns covering a total distance of 267,640 km, including 10,171 new Personal Bests. A total of 490 individuals have volunteered 3,671 times.

 

Event number 322, 19th January 2019

This week our 3rd largest attendance of 353 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 41 were first timers and 74 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 20 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 18 volunteers:

David MURPHY • Deborah CLIFT • Helen JOHNSTON • Julia COLEBY • Claire TAYLOR • Liz SIMPSON • Samuel JOHNSTON • Angela COX • Mark COX • John HIRST • Caroline BOYLE • Glyn JAGGER • Kristian MALCOLM • Barbara PERRY • Brian TAYLOR • Ann BROWN • Joe SMITH • Joseph BRANNAGAN

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

The female record is held by Hannah OLDROYD who recorded a time of 19:13 on 17th January 2015 (event number 122).
The male record is held by Gregory JAYASURIYA who recorded a time of 16:25 on 9th January 2016 (event number 172).
The Age Grade course record is held by Tricia BELL who recorded 90.36% (21:47) on 14th February 2015 (event number 126).

Tees Barrage parkrun started on 23rd June 2012. Since then 7,849 participants have completed 53,179 parkruns covering a total distance of 265,895 km, including 10,093 new Personal Bests. A total of 490 individuals have volunteered 3,657 times.

 

Park nicely please.

Still looking for a new year’s resolution?
Here is one for you – only park in a parking bay.
The recent increased attendances are great however, it is putting a strain on the usual resources, particularly parking, and that it is causing concern to our landowners, local businesses and other riverside users.
There is ample free parking at Tees Barrage, the trick is to simply turn up in time to allow you to park in a bay and get to the start. We are starting to witness late arrivals simply abandoning cars on verges and grassed areas – this would not be acceptable during the week so why would people think it is going to go unnoticed during parkrun?
We rely heavily on the goodwill of many parties along the riverside – please do not do anything that might put these relationships in jeopardy or cause annoyance to their staff and customers.
As a rule of thumb, the White Water Centre carpark will already be full by 08:45hrs – plan to go elsewhere. The Serpentine car park has around 150 parking bays – there is no reason to park on the road verges.
Navigation way, on the Southern river bank, has enough free parking for similar numbers – with the added attraction of a nice warm up and cool down jog.
Now that the mornings are getting lighter and spring is just around the corner – maybe it’s time to start cycling or running down to the start!
Whatever your mode of transport, please respect the facilities and park with consideration for others.

Happy parkrunning.
Thank you.

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