The Streak Is Finally Over!

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They say all good things come to an end and today, one of the most amazing running streaks finally ended. Our first female finisher, Tracy Bown, failed to beat her personal best for the first time in 17 runs, only by 8 seconds, but her run of 16 consecutive PBs is now a glorious historical statistic! Thankfully, she was not only faster than husband Nic but also outran his streak, he managed 15 consecutive PBs All in all an amazing husband and wife effort and unlikely to be matched any time soon in parkrun history.

For the record the other female podium places were Catherine Mellor with a PB and Kate McCullough.

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The male podium places went to Terry Greenwood, also with a PB ahead of Daniel Bundred and Ashley Farrell. Well done to you all!

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Today Run Director Rich Hirons was back in charge and welcomed runners from all over the world, including Woodbank in Sockport! However top tourist journey must go to Hoi Yan Tsang, all the way from Hong Kong! Hoi Yan is the neice of Wai Hong Shek, who often takes photographs used by Wilmslow runreport and who was proudly wearing her Liverpool Rock and Roll Half Marathon T shirt. Well done Wai.

Honk Kong Tourist #166

There were 31 first timers today including 12 complete newbies. Spotted amongst the shy and nervous First Time Runners Briefing was local restaurateur Heddy Ghazizadeh, founder of the eponymous local popular restaurant. Also a really warm welcome to Francesca Horton, Kerri Reece, Hoi Yan Tsang, Hannah Cornwall, Andrew Jerdin, Roberta Quadrelli, Fiona Illingworth, Catherine Wheeler, Eve OConnor and Steven Birchenough. A great big parkrun hug to you all, well done and hope you enjoyed yourselves. Hope to see you all chasing a PB on your next and subsequent visits!

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There were no milestones today so no treats to be had. Next week however we have a couple of potential cake and Prosecco providers, not that I am hinting or anything. Daniel Bundred, a keen and regular podium placer is on 49, one short of the red t shirt. Not sure he can legally drink so cake it is then! Penny Mercer is definitely drink legal and also on 49! Whatever you both bring will be most welcome by all your fellow parkrunners!

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Next week will also be a special day as it is Cinema on the Carrs, last year we had weeks of torrential rain meaning the event was rescheduled to September, this year, whilst we might have a risk of a shower as always, the ground conditions are perfect. So, prepare your picnics for the two films, Toy Story as the matinee and The Greatest Showman in the evening, with a Take That concert in between, on the big screen. So get your picnics ready.

As in previous years, due to the Event set up, the course might need to be foreshortened to accommodate the preparations next week. (So a sneaky PB potentially!)

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Next week we will also be celebrating NHS 70 Day with local medic Graham Duce leading the celebrations. There is no need to go on to a waiting list just turn up and bring your barcode!

Just like the NHS, parkrun relies on the goodwill of lots of people so please do opt in on your profile to receive emails regarding volunteering roles. With the summer holiday season starting up we will need more people to help so come and join the really lovely and welcoming community that is your Wilmslow parkrun volunteers group!

Good luck to the sizable contingent taking part in next week’s Staffordshire Ironman 70.3 and anyone competing in tomorrow’s Blenheim Palace Triathlon. As always send us your photos.

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Thanks again to Colin Davies, pacing at 24 and achieving a season best, prior to his Morecombe 10k in the morning, good luck Colin.

Finally, thanks to Pippa Price for submitting her runreport from an event she ran in last month.

"Tiree Half Marathon Sat 5th May, 2018"

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"Tiree is known as the windiest place in the UK and as we ran the first mile along a white sand beach into a 40mph headwind, I realised why. Tiree is a small island in the Inner Hebrides and every May, the island's running club, Tiree Fitness, hold a 10K and Half Marathon. The race limit is 300 and is approx 70% tourists and 30% locals. The course loops around the island giving great views, it is run on single track roads with lots of cattle grids. The drink stations only provide water, no electrolyte drinks and there are no bananas/flapjacks etc at the finish. We only passed one spectator handing out jelly babies (but luckily I had pocketed a small bag of Haribo from the goodie bag for a sugar boost at 11 miles). There are also plenty of cakes available before and after the race at the island's community hall. The entry fee is only 18 pounds and included a decent t-shirt so good value. But Tiree is not the easiest place to get to, either ferry from Oban or fly in from Glasgow on a turboprop (like we did) but it was a unique and unforgettable experience"

It’s a great idea and please, anyone else, do think about submitting a runreport or even write this one!

wilmslow parkrun by Mat. June 2nd

Thanks for reaching this far. Three reports published in one day, that’s a record and a streak that begins and ends tonight! Thanks as ever for reading. WJ

 

Wilmslow parkrun
Event number 166
2nd June 2018

This week 187 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 31 were first timers and 32 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 22 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 27 volunteers:

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Don BULLOUGH • Beverley DENBY • Colin DAVIES • Richard HIRONS • Caroline CROSSWELL

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Adrian FELDMAN • David TUCKER • Steven CREASEY • Michael HARTIG • Mat REES

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Colette MCGRATH • Alexander MOSS • Peter SANGWAY • Wayne JAFFE • Simon ARMITT

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Olivia FLANNAGAN • Isabelle FLANNAGAN • Paul RANDS • Alastair BREMNER

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Tomos RANDS • Aidan STOTT • William ANDERSON • Tony FLANNAGAN

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Tom FISHER • Maya DALGAARD • Jean BERRISFORD • Angus DICKSON

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

The male record is held by Phil WAITE who recorded a time of 15:50 on 17th June 2017 (event number 114).
The female record is held by Diane Elizabeth MCVEY who recorded a time of 18:08 on 2nd September 2017 (event number 125).
The Age Grade course record is held by Ann-Marie JONES who recorded 91.09% (22:15) on 20th January 2018 (event number 147).

Wilmslow parkrun started on 11th April 2015. Since then 4,491 participants have completed 22,904 parkruns covering a total distance of 114,520 km, including 4,620 new Personal Bests.

 

Better Late Than Never #165, May 26th, 2018

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We are well into half term holidays and then summer holidays so from last weekend till mid-September people will be planning trips away. Last week’s start of half term coincided with many of the core team being away and we were somewhat thin on the ground. Many thanks to Simon Armitt who stayed behind and ensured #165 ran smoothly. The regular readers will have noticed, and dare I say, missed last week runreport and social media postings again due to holidays. Hence if anyone out there wants to help please do volunteer and let us know especially if you would like to help in the communications department of Wilmslow parkrun. You just need to opt in on yopur profile to receive volunteer emails.

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Well done to our male podium places, Andrew Whittingham, Terry Greenwood and Chris Copley. Similarly congratulations to our female podium finishers Katherine Bancroft with a PB as well, Sue Harrison and Jane Gray, a first time parkrunner. Well done everybody!

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Congratulations to Darren Madden who celebrated his 100th parkrun and in true Wilmslow style, continued the tradition of sharing the joy with his friends and fellow parkrunners by bringing Cakes and Prosecco!

Welcome to all the first timers, hope you had a great time?

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A special welcome to the brother of Barun Chatterjee, one of our regulars who has run his first parkrun. Rangan Chatterjee, well known Doctor in the House who espouses healthy living and personal health responsibility, has donned his parkrun running shoes for the first time, practicing what he preaches. Welcome and do make it a regular occurrence.

Thanks to the volunteers,

George AINSWORTH, Simon ARMITT, Tracy BOWN, Nic BOWN,

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Don BULLOUGH, Maya DALGAARD, Tom FISHER, Tony FLANNAGAN,

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Isabelle FLANNAGAN, Leigh HUGHES, Wayne JAFFE, Andrew KEAY,

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Alexander MOSS, Tomos RANDS, Mat REES, Peter SANGWAY, Aidan STOTT and Max WATERFIELD  

A special mention to Don Bullough who took the pictures.

Well done to those of you who took part in the Wilmslow Triathlon including age group winner Jan Wyles and novice Steven Creasey,

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Also to all of you who entered the Manchester Half Marathon

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and the Manchester 10k, well done especially in the hot sunny conditions.

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Sorry the runreport was so late but as they say, better late than never! Thanks for reaching this far and as ever, thanks for reading! WJ

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Royal Wedding Celebrations At The Carrs

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What a wonderful morning we had on the Carrs today. The sun shone, the bunting was out, the cakes were displayed and the Prosecco was on ice!

An amazing display of baking! Fit for a queen!

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Run Director Sarah Gleave had been busy preparing for her first time in the role. Not only did she sort out her briefing in advance but she also planned the catering with her family baking some amazing red white and blue cakes, Prosecco procured, pink plastic sparkling wine glasses and reams of bunting.

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First time briefing was given by Tomos Rands and Olivia Flannagan, we welcomed 11 first timers and plenty of tourists with Rutland Water and Australia being welcomed.

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We got to congratulate Chloe Lloyd, who good to her word, had also been baking and produced some awesome lemon drizzle cake and chocolate brownies. Well done Chloe on your 50th run!

Chloe, Mary Berry would be impressed!

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We were also wondering whether the Bowns would stretch to their 16th consecutive PB today as a married couple. With events in Windsor it would be a shame if the couple were denied again. Sarah stood on the box and delivered her briefing. Special mention was made of Chloe on her 50th. She also introduced Northwich Running Club who were promoting their running festival on July 8 th.

Sarah, has the box seat!

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Finally Ian Rankin, as the chicken themed tail walker was highlighted on his half marathon appearance here in Manchester tomorrow at the same time as his daughter Felicity would be running the same distance in Sydney, Australia for Team Claire.

Dressed 4 Weddings and Cup Finals and Chicken Runs

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It was Katrina Limond, running her 10th parkrun who drew most admiration as it was her wedding day today and she couldn’t resist a quick 5k parkrun on her big day.

No one deserved a glass of prosecco more than our bride....

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On the course our marshals were doing a great job, as always. A special mention to DoE helper George Ainsworth who impressed so many runners with his positive support to everyone on the course. We must also thank Her Majesty the Queen who was waiting for runners at the top of the far hill, aka Pippa Price.

 

HRH greets wedding guests!

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If you haven’t volunteered before, please do opt in and allow us to email you when we need help with rotas.

 More than a token role.....

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With the summer holidays approaching we will need more support from everyone to help run the event safely.

happy volunteers with prosecco.........

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Congratulations to our first male finisher Terry Greenwood. Second male was Jim Pendrill just ahead of Sam Bailey.

Tracy Bowns was first female and it won’t surprise any of you, that she achieved an incredible 16th consecutive PB, with 2 gaps for volunteering duties. Nicky Mowat was second female and Katrina Limond, a few hours before she was due to get married, was third, also with a PB. Well done to all of you especially Katrina on her wedding day!

What about Tracy’s other half, Nic? Did he also achieve a 16th consecutive PB? Sadly he felt a pull in his hamstring and had to ease off so he finally ended an incredible run. Let’s see how much further Tracy can go with her incredible quest.

Colin Davies pacing at 26 minutes posted 25:58 helping Michael Hartig achieve a sub 26 PB, knocking 25 seconds off his previous PB!

Colin flying the flag at pace......

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Roger Whitehead took some great photos which you can see via the link on the toolbar. Check bacl regularly through the week as itb takes time to load onto Flickr.

running for your country...

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Welcome to the 11 newbies starting on their great parkrun journey. To the Ostlings, Isabelle, William, Nelly and Peter, welcome to all the family, Gosia Kowalewska, Ciara Rathbone, Lucinda Wright, Felicity  Marley-Shaw, Hannah Fletcher, Aran James and Ian Huyton. Hope you all had a great time, we can't promise such extravagent set ups every week, it will be some time till the next Royal Wedding! We can promie you a very warm welcome though and a healthier existence, mentally and physically, going forward.

enjoying all the tasty offerings post run...

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If anyone has any milestones coming up, please give us a heads up. A quick glance tells me that next weeks future bakers and treat providers might be Nicola Pennill on 49, Nick Baillie also on 49 at present, Darren Madden on 99, and Daisy Tomlinson on 299! Susan Pennill is on 48, so lots of celebrating in that family if Nicola is related!

Our masterbakers...

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Good luck to everyone with events this weekend. It is the Wilmslow Triathlon tomorrow and it is also the Great Manchester Half Marathon and 10k.

To the happy couple....

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Have a great time everyone, be safe in the heat and send us your photos for next week’s runreport.

Thanks for reaching this far, more photos below. As ever, thanks for reading, WJ

Commonwealth guests Priscilla and Craig Trahar
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Wilmslow parkrun
Event number 164
19th May 2018

This week 168 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 23 were first timers and 28 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 18 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 25 volunteers:

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Roger WHITEHEAD • Ian BRANTHWAITE • Colin DAVIES • Fenella FOULIS

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Pippa PRICE • Steven CREASEY • Mat REES • Alexander MOSS

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Wayne JAFFE • George AINSWORTH • Simon ARMITT • Sarah GLEAVE

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Olivia FLANNAGAN • Isabelle FLANNAGAN • Susan HARRISON

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Paul RANDS • Tomos RANDS • Ian RANKIN • William ANDERSON

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William MILLS • Kim BAGSHAW • Andrew KEAY

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Louis DUNBAR-CREASEY • Tom FISHER • Maya DALGAARD

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

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The male record is held by Phil WAITE who recorded a time of 15:50 on 17th June 2017 (event number 114).
The female record is held by Diane Elizabeth MCVEY who recorded a time of 18:08 on 2nd September 2017 (event number 125).
The Age Grade course record is held by Ann-Marie JONES who recorded 91.09% (22:15) on 20th January 2018 (event number 147).

Wilmslow parkrun started on 11th April 2015. Since then 4,442 participants have completed 22,549 parkruns covering a total distance of 112,745 km, including 4,572 new Personal Bests.

 

Eurovision Fever Grips Wilmslow parkrun!

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The Season has certainly started now at Wilmslow parkrun. This weekend is Eurovision weekend and a huge thank you to Jessica and Sarah Gleave for warming us all up with amazing version of Save All Your Kisses for Me, receiving “Nil Point” from the parkrun Jury and a suspended sentence from the Musicians Union for wilfully murdering a song! If you can, try clicking the link to see talent like you've never seen before!........Saving Kisses For You? - Wilmslow parkrun.

Sarah is our run director next week, more news about that below. This weeks rundirector was Olivia......

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Today’s Run Director was Olivia Flannagan who is one of our long standing and outstanding Duke of Edinburgh volunteers. This was the first time she delivered the Run Directors briefing on her own and as you will see in the video, she did a great job!

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On behalf of all the Wilmslow parkrunners, thank you to Olivia and all our Duke of Edinburgh volunteers for your commitment and it has been a pleasure to see you all develop into mature young adults. Tomos Rands gave the first timers briefing whilst Will Anderson, Alex Moss, Tom Curren Aidan Stott, Max Waterfield helped run the timing and finish tunnel with Maya Dalgaard and Tom Fisher doing a great job marshalling on the course.

Olivia earning her Age Concern badge helping Andrew with the iPhone scanner App..

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Thanks must go to Simon Armitt for being the Mother Hen to our DoE participants. Some will be leaving us soon to take those dreaded exams. On behalf of everyone who attends Wilmslow parkrun, Good Luck!

A rundirector needs eyes in the back of their head to monitor the cakes!

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A previous DoE participant celebrated a parkrun milestone today. Well done to Sam Bailey who not only ran his 50th parkrun, joining the red T Shirt brigade, he also got another PB with all the family present too. His dad, Nicholas also got a PB so celebrations all around the Bailey household today. Sam also very kindly brought in some lovely post run celebratory milestone treats so all the DoE training has had the desired effect!

Sam provided the milestone treats and posted a PB, along with his dad!

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Highlighting the volunteer role we welcomed a couple of special constables, who are relatively new to parkrun but who both became fully fledged members of the parkrun community when they Opted In and undertook their first volunteers role today. So a big shout out to Caroline and Martin Constable for marshalling today, and what a wonderful example to make so early on in your parkrun journey! Please, everyone else, if you haven’t emailed in or updated your parkrun profile to opt in to volunteering emails, please do so when you have finished enjoying this awesome runreport!

Tracy and Nic Bown listen on before attempting their 15th consecutive PB!

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Colin Davies was back pacing today, thanks Colin, a really good effort to get so close to the 24 minute target, a seasons best none the less.

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Well done to Terry Greenwood, first male finisher today. Daniel Bundred, from a seemingly delayed start was second male and a close battle between Ashley Farrell and Sam Bailey had both runners posting a PB with Ashley just squeezing it!

Sharon Johnstone, was first female with a great age graded score of 80.08%. Laura Keay, posted a second consecutive female position, just outside her PB. But Tracy Bown, who was third female, achieved a 15th consecutive PB after last weeks volunteering duties.

Not to be left behind, hubby Nic Bown, also achieved a 15th consecutive PB. I don’t know how these Bowns are doing, I went 19 months between my PB! WADA, are you reading this?

Very close to being left behind were the latest travellers on the 06:36 Euston to Wilmslow parkrun Express, which was somewhat delayed by cows on the line! Anyway, thanks to some great volunteering, Rosemary Egbe and Neil McDonough were accommodated and completed another parkrun tourist visit. Given they had left Croydon just after 5am this morning, you can understand why we were wanting to support them!

Rosemary and Simon discussing the wrong sort of cows on the line.....

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Welcome to all our newbies today, Jessica Gleave, Jacob Ross, Nicholas May, Matt Lees, Michael Snape, Ben Gold, Toby Gold, Mike Higginson, Elizabeth Rose-Innes, Samantha Young, Arthur Carlin and Marion Walford. Wonderful to see you all here today and hope you have a long and healthy parkrunning journey.

Congratulations to all those achieved a PB today, nearly 25% of runners with the weather warming up nicely, so the times seem to be improving.

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Thanks again to all our volunteers. I have name checked all the young DoE volunteers, so here is a name check for the older ones who haven’t been mentioned yet, in capitals to help those with diminished eyesight! TONY BURTON, STEVEN CREASEY, WAYNE JAFFE, ANDREW KEAY, COLETTE MCGRATH, MAT REES, PAUL REYNOLDS and the only member of the troupe to have seen Eurovision winners ABBA live back in the day, marathon man TONY COLLIER.

If you wouldn’t mind Opting in, please go to your profile settings and allow us to email you regarding future volunteering roles.

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Next week we have Chloe Lloyd celebrating her 50th parkrun, and what an amazing week to have a milestone. For the Season is well upon us and it is the FA Cup Final! Featuring Manchester United and another club!

It is also the Royal Wedding weekend!

Sarah Gleave, on her inaugural outing as Run Director wants to celebrate both events so we will have a FANCY DRESS ROYAL WEDDING FOOTBALL EVENT, so wedding dresses, top hats, football shirts, tattoos, Union Jacks, whatever you want, with Sarah presenting a prize for the best costume of the day! Lofty might well make a an appearance too!

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Tomorrow is Beating The Bounds, on behalf of the East Cheshire Hospice. Entries available on the day at Wilmslow Rugby Club. Finally next weekend is the Wilmslow Triathlon and the Great manchester 10K and Half Marathon, good luck to all those participating

Thanks for reaching this far. More pictures below. If anyone would like to write a runreport please do let us know. As ever, thanks for reading. WJ

Wilmslow parkrun
Event number 163
12th May 2018

This week 166 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 20 were first timers and 40 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 18 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 21 volunteers:

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Colin DAVIES • Paul REYNOLDS1 • Anthony COLLIER • Tom CURRAN

Steven CREASEY • Mat REES • Colette MCGRATH • Alexander MOSS

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Wayne JAFFE • Simon ARMITT • Olivia FLANNAGAN • Tomos RANDS

Max WATERFIELD • Aidan STOTT • William ANDERSON • Andrew KEAY

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Tony BURTON • Caroline CONSTABLE • Martin CONSTABLE • Tom FISHER • Maya DALGAARD

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

The male record is held by Phil WAITE who recorded a time of 15:50 on 17th June 2017 (event number 114).
The female record is held by Diane Elizabeth MCVEY who recorded a time of 18:08 on 2nd September 2017 (event number 125).
The Age Grade course record is held by Ann-Marie JONES who recorded 91.09% (22:15) on 20th January 2018 (event number 147).

Wilmslow parkrun started on 11th April 2015. Since then 4,419 participants have completed 22,381 parkruns covering a total distance of 111,905 km, including 4,544 new Personal Bests.

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Al’s Sunny Disposition Shines Through May Bank Holiday Weekend!

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The forecasts were completely correct and after Al Bremner arrived to set up the course, something he has done on over 50 occasions, the sun came out and sunshine bathed The Carrs in celebration of his birthday and 100th parkrun. To mark the occasion, he also provided a lovely birthday cake, so thank you Al for your dedication to the cause!

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Run director Nicky Mowet welcomed visitors from Brighton and Bristol, before setting the runners off. She then turned her hand to slicing up Al's birthday cake!

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Thanks again to the amazing volunteers who helped today.

 

Olivia and Tomos delivering the first timers briefing

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Colin Davies paced at 28 minutes, Tomos and Olivia delivered the first timers briefing and Roger Whitehead snapped away taking pictures, with Don Bullough contributing too.

 

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Thanks also to our other volunteers; please do OPT IN on your profile to allow us to contact you to help fill the rota, which currently is as empty as Arsene Wenger’s European trophy cabinet.Our amazing couple who have both each achieved 14 consecutive PBs, Tracy and Nic Bown, took a well deserved rest today as they volunteered, please, if you haven’t volunteered, please do help share the responsibility.

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Well done to our podium places, first male was James Cooper followed by Aidan Thorpe and Calvin Boyd.

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Niamh Boyd was first female, running in the 11-14 age group followed by last week’s first female, Laura Keay. Susan Harrison was third.

Congratulations to you all.

A big warm welcome to our complete newbies this week, Rich O’mara, Kimberely Farrell, Laura Butler, Toby Seymour, Jenny Canner Farrington and Denise Maskew. Great to see you today, we can always promise you a warm welcome, we just can’t always promise it will be so warm!

 

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A very welcome to returnees especially to our friends from Dublin who returned with the entire family this time!

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Well done Neal Walker who registered his 50th parkrun, a red T shirt on its way sometime soon! A quick glance shows Sam Bailey, with yet another PB is now on 49, treats next week, Sam, please!

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Also on 49 is Paul Reynolds, who was our tail walker today.
Finally, Chloe Lloyd has moved quietly onto to 48 so time to get those baking recipes sorted everyone!

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Thanks as always for reaching this far, If anyone fancies writing a runreport please do contact us via email. Plenty more photos below. As always, thanks for reading! WJ

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Wilmslow parkrun
Event number 162
5th May 2018

This week 185 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 19 were first timers and 38 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 16 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 26 volunteers:

Don BULLOUGH • Colin DAVIES • Nicky MOWAT • Paul REYNOLDS • Tom CURRAN 

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David TUCKER • Mat REES • Alexander MOSS • Peter SANGWAY • Wayne JAFFE

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George AINSWORTH • Simon ARMITT • Olivia FLANNAGAN • Isabelle FLANNAGAN 

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Paul RANDS • Alastair BREMNER • Tomos RANDS • Klaus DALGAARD

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Aidan STOTT • Andrew KEAY • Tony FLANNAGAN • Emily DUCE

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Tracy BOWN • Nic BOWN • Tom FISHER • Maya DALGAARD

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

The male record is held by Phil WAITE who recorded a time of 15:50 on 17th June 2017 (event number 114).
The female record is held by Diane Elizabeth MCVEY who recorded a time of 18:08 on 2nd September 2017 (event number 125).
The Age Grade course record is held by Ann-Marie JONES who recorded 91.09% (22:15) on 20th January 2018 (event number 147).

Wilmslow parkrun started on 11th April 2015. Since then 4,399 participants have completed 22,215 parkruns covering a total distance of 111,075 km, including 4,504 new Personal Bests.

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