Big Al Sets Up against Storm Callum!

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R-L, Al Bremner, Simon Armitt, Olivia Flannagan and Colette McGrath all under the brollie!

The third official storm of autumn, Storm Callum, blew in and caused the cancellation of one of our neighbour parkrun’s at Lyme Park today. However despite the wind and the rain it was really warm which was a pleasant surprise!

No surprise was the fact that our excellent setup crew, namely Al Bremner and Simon Armitt had everything under control and even Gloria the Gazebo looked relatively untroubled by the conditions. So a big thank you at the start of this week’s runreport to all our amazing volunteers, not just Al and Simon but everyone one of you who helped make this a fun and safe event. If you haven’t signed up yet, please do so by opting in on your run profile and email the office to be added for a particular event.

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For the regular readers of the news section, that’s the three of you plus my mum, you will have seen the announcement that we are again holding our Christmas Day parkrun at 9am so a great way to start the big day. Because we all like a glass of Prosecco or similar, we are holding the New Year’s Day parkrun at the later time of 10:30 am. It is also to allow some of the crazies out there to run two registered parkruns on the one day in the year that it is permitted. Watch out for further announcements as we collate information about our neighbouring parkrun’s intentions. Again, we do need volunteers so please remember to opt in.

Andrew Keay and Rebecca Duff scanned today

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It was great to see Tomos Rands, our recently enobled Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award holder return from his new Uni for the weekend and he was back at Wilmslow parkrun volunteering again at 9am! Thanks for doing the new runners briefing Tomos, lovely to see you again!

Today we had two pacers again, veteran Colin Davies pacing at 28:00 minutes and Ian Rankin at 32:00, great to have you guys, watch out for details of forthcoming pacing weekends coming up.

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Another volunteer deserving a special mention was Gordon McKinnon, normally from Southport parkrun who as he was visiting, wanted to help out here today,. Thank you again Gordon. Gordon has now volunteered 25 times and therefore will be receiving his special purple volunteers t-shirt and purple results icon very soon,

So a big thank you to all the volunteers.

And a big warm welcome to the newbies and tourists today. There were 24 of you in total of whom 8 were first timers. We hope you enjoyed the run and good luck on what promises to be an amazing journey for you. Today’s Newbies are Ravi Mohindra, Sunil Mohindra, Phillip Dawson, Oliver Cork, Charlie McCartney, Ruby Munday, Hannah Lomas and Robert Kinsey. We look forward to seeing you all again soon, especially for the difficult second run.

 

Isla and Poppy discuss tactics pre race

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Run Director Nicky Mowat got the show underway though the wind did mean it wasn’t easy for most people to hear her voice. We are looking still at a portable PA system so the safety announcements can be heard, especially as conditions make it even more important heading further into autumn.

But after a delayed start, due to an accident in the airport tunnels which delayed a few runners arriving, we were off!

The course was somewhat covered in branches and leaves but fortunately they were not the wrong sort and there were no incidents to report.

In the male section Mark Collier, (Davenport Runners) returned to take first male finisher with a PB. He was followed closely by tourist and first timer here, Aiden Moyles. Welcome Aiden and well done. Finley Greenwood was third male finisher.

Another PB, this time to our first female Rebecca Jackson, (Ealing Eagles), brilliant run Rebecca, sub 21 beckons! Poppy Schneider was next female and also on the podium were Sue Harrison and Jane Abushal. Well done everybody!

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A special mention to another Big Al, Alan Sartorious-Jones who was visiting from Runcorn and Run Sandymoor. Al, who is a visually disabled runner has now been to 18 different locations and attended today with colleagues Steve Williams and Clive Smallwood. Awesome work, Big Al and friends, good luck going forward in getting your Cow Cow buff, received when a parkrunner has been to 25 different locations.

Our penultimate runner, Beatrice Zuokumor, on her 3rd official run, gained another PB, Beatrice has knocked off 4 minutes since she started with us, in the sunshine, on her phone, as she walked the course in September. Today she seemed to be running most of the way which is a great achievement. Keep it up, Beatrice!

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Amongst the 16 tourists, welcome to the gang who joined us in Nourish for some breakfast. Here we have Phil and Maria (with Cow Cow buff) Craven, Paul Simpson, Lisa Pullen, John Blease and our second fastest finisher Aiden Moyles. Great to have met you guys and glad you enjoyed your spot of parkrun tourism here at Wilmslow.
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We also met Phillip Dawson doing his first parkrun with friends, Richard Lamb and Tariq Bourdoune , all 3 posted times under 23:00 so great running guys.

 

A big hug to Bev the Bobble for holding the fort last week with her runreport whilst I was away completing an Ironman event in Spain, raising funds for Team Lewis. There is still time to donate, thanks to Wilmslow parkrunners who have done so already. Click on this link to read the story about Lewis Crossley.

Wayne Jaffe is fundraising for Team Lewis Trust.

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Good luck to everyone who has events this weekend. Tracy Bown in her first ever cross country event, Colin Davies in the Tatton 10k and the many of you entered into the Manchester Half Marathon, what a cool medal it looks! Send us your pictures to either our Facebook or Twitter feeds and we can have them in next week’s runreport. Good luck, it looks like it might be a wet morning!

Thanks as always to Cafe Azul for providing hot drinks before and after, and also some paper cups to serve the liquid refreshments as we forgot the champagne flutes!

 

Next week we have Tim Hurrell on potentially his 100th parkrun, treats at the ready Tim! Neil McGowan is on 96, (treat alert Neil)

We also have Barun Chatterjee on 49 so about to join the red T-shirt brigade.What a great excuse for more treats and celebrtations with your parkrun family! If you have a milestone approaching, please give us the heads up, and celebrate in style with your new extended family!

 

Thanks for reaching this far. In 2 weeks we have our famous and scary Halloween Fancy Dress parkrun, time to get those costumes and cobwebs ready. More piccies below. As ever, thanks for reading. WJ

 Just the two of us.....results processing and tokens drying/sorting
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Wilmslow parkrun
Event number 185
13th October 2018

This week 161 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 24 were first timers and 18 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 18 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 24 volunteers:

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Roy POWNALL • Don BULLOUGH • Andy WATTS • Colin DAVIES • Nicky MOWAT • Caroline CROSSWELL • Mat REES • Colette MCGRATH 

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Tomos RANDS • Andrew KEAY • Gordon MCKINNON • Rachael TAIT • Tony FLANNAGAN • Tracy BOWN • Nic BOWN • William DEVIC • Matt COWELL

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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 4,961 participants have completed 26,189 parkruns covering a total distance of 130,945 km, including 5,160 new Personal Bests.

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Christmas and New Years Day special events

We are delighted to confirm that once again, the team at Wilmslow parkrun will be organising a Christmas Day event, starting at 9am.

In aditiion we will also run a New Year's Day event starting at a more relaxed start time of 10:30am. On News Year Day only, you can run and be credited for two separate parkruns. We will publish which of our neighbours will be holding an earlier run closer to the date.

We rely on our amazing volunteers to run all these events, please sign up, now!

 

The 14th International parkrun day

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It is 14 Years since the very first parkrun and look how far we have come! 1650 parkruns worldwide 20 Countries – UK, Denmark, Australia, Poland, South Africa, New Zealand, USA, ROI, Russia, Singapore, Italy, France, Canada, Sweden, Namibia, Swaziland, Norway, Finland, Germany, Malaysia and hopefully Japan will soon be joining us.

I’ve listed them all just to highlight to everyone how global parkrun is, and every Saturday in all those countries hundreds & thousands of people will all be running, walking, jogging 5k or volunteering, how amazing and totally awesome is that? And back in a slightly damp Wilmslow we raised a glass or 2 and the end of our 5k to celebrate.

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And whilst we are celebrating the wonder of parkrun I thought it was time to talk about some of the heroes of PR. Some of these 1650 Parkruns will have a number of pacers at each event, some won’t have any. We are very lucky to have 2 at Wilmslow. Colin Davies and Ian Rankin. Having run with Colin for my last couple of Saturdays (as finally I decided I should put a bit of effort in, rather than just enjoying a nice run round and waving hello to friends along the way).

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Pacing is a skill, no matter what time is being aimed for, you have to keep a constant steady pace, know exactly what time you should be where on the course, the people who are running with the pacer just focus on running and rely totally on Colin & Ian to get them round in the targeted time (no pressure!!!)

Colin having paced for us nearly every week knows everyone on the course and I can hear him passing on gems of wisdom to other regular runners whilst he’s also getting this week’s gang round on time, he knows if someone may have gone off too fast, who can speed up at the end and who he needs to give a gentle nudge to keep them on track. He remembers everyone’s times and encourages everyone along the way. Pushes you to try harder but never pushes you too far. The other great thing is everyone who knows you’re trying to hit a target does everything they can to encourage you, cheering you on keeps you going when you’re legs are screaming at you to stop (Or is that just me whose legs scream!!!)

I ran with Ian Rankin once quite some time ago and he also got me my last PB so they both do an amazing job. Keep on going guys – you are amazing and we all thank you!

 

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Pacers are there for everyone, whether you’re aiming for 22 mins (not in my lifetime) 26 mins (also not likely in my lifetime!!) 29, 30, 31, 35, 40 mins. If you tell us you would like some support we will see what we can do.

 

And finally – results for this week

In reverse order for the boys, Finley Greenwood, Jim Pendrill (Congrat’s on your 50th PR) Paul Betham in first finisher with a PB as well.

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And for the ladies, Laura Brown, first time and 3rd, well done. Louisa Harrison in 2nd and Sharon Johnstone was the front runner.

 

 

And whilst we are talking about first timers, welcome to Jim Binks, David Knowles, Nicola Gaffey, Madelaine Storey, Tim Miller, Shaun Hackney, Jim Slavin, Pedro Vital & Mark Anders. We hope to see you again very soon.

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A few milestones this week, Jim Pendrill reached 50, Alice Beard completed her 150th PR and we have to mention Sarah Gleave reaching her 25th (hope this makes up for the disappointment of not getting a t-shirt at 25!!!)

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As always, a massive thank you to all the volunteers, we could not do this without you and your support around the course is always such a massive and encouragement to everyone, nothing better than a few positive words at the top of those hills.

 

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Thanks Roger for this weeks photos, we look forward to whenever  you return next to our shores again!

If you would like to volunteer please email into the office and we can add you to the list.

 

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Finally, we are fortunate to attract a large gathering, and carparking at the start is limited. Please park legally as the wardens are patrolling. There is more carparking at the far end of the Carrs for a warm up and warm down, plus plenty at Waitrose for 2 hours, and the other town carparks.

See you all next week,  Bev the Bobble Hat :-)  

 

 

Wilmslow parkrun Event number 184 6th October 2018

This week 189 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 20 were first timers and 35 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 19 different clubs took part.

 

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The event was made possible by 23 volunteers:

Roger WHITEHEAD • Beverley DENBY • Oliver Thomas JOHNSTONE

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Ian BRANTHWAITE • Colin DAVIES • Daniel MCGOWAN • Andrew DOOLEY

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Tom CURRAN • Pippa PRICE • Mat REES • Wayne JAFFE

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Simon ARMITT • Rebecca DUFF • Olivia FLANNAGAN • Alastair BREMNER

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Brian JACKSON • Andrew KEAY • Helen LEDERER • Tony FLANNAGAN

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Andrew COWELL • Tom FISHER • Maya DALGAARD • Matt COWELL

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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 4,937 participants have completed 26,028 parkruns covering a total distance of 130,140 km, including 5,142 new Personal Bests.

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Autumn Golden Girls

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We live in interesting times, and whatever the old Chinese curse might say, we are really lucky to be able to enjoy weekly events like Wilmslow parkrun whatever the weather or climate, physical or political. Parkrun prides itself on being open to all, male and female, young and old, married or single, happy or sad, fast or slow (other pairs are available). Quite rightly we regularly celebrate the milestones, the achievements and of course, the volunteers.

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Today there was lots to behold and enjoy but certainly seeing the joy on one of our newbie’s faces as she took part in her first ever parkrun, having bypassed the junior event, and gone straight in to big parkrun with her responsible adult, was especially heart-warming.
So a special well done to Pippa, age 5 and a bit, on completing her very first parkrun and beating grandma with a cheeky little sprint at the end!

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So today’s theme is autumn joy as seen on our newbies and other ladies faces!

 

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Duke of Edinburgh stalwart, Olivia Flanagan got the show rolling with the first timers briefing, with the beautiful backdrop of the Carrs in full sunny but slightly nippy Autumnal splendour. Then we had the return of the  Green Bobble, aka Bev Denby, giving the run briefing.

 

 

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We congratulated our milestone acheivers, with Paul Rands reaching his 100th parkrun and very generously bringing some flapjacks along to share with the community. The black milestone t-shirt will be on its way soon! We also had Helen Robinson reach her red t-shirt moment with her 50th run. Well done milestone peeps, remember to give us the heads up and don’t forget your treats to share with your parkrun friends!

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Today’s first finisher was Finlay Greenwood with a PB, brilliant run young man. Second male finisher was Andrew Magro and third male was Andrew Cleal, also with a PB. Congratulations podium boys.
Amongst the golden girls, first female was Laura Keay (11-14) who achieved a fantastic PB. She had been pushed all the way by somewhat older but just as golden, Tracy Bown, who yes, yet again, got another PB, that is 18 since January! Tracy is also a recent member of Wilmslow Running Club so we will see how that improves her running times in the future months! Third female was tourist Sheelagh Jones, from Cabinteely parkrun, Ireland, welcome Sheelagh and great running ladies.

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Welcome to all the newbies and tourists.  The newbies today were young Pippa Mancier, Kathleen Akyuz, Ashleigh Anderson, Ellis Anderson, James Anderson, Claire Monaghan, Elle Price, Alesha Chaudhry, Martin Taylor, Penny Newman, Carmen Aitken, Mandi Rowark, Alice Melbourne, Bhupesh Patel and John Melbourne. Welcome to you all and hope this is the start of a great parkrun journey.

Wilmslow parkrun 183 by RogerLast week’s unknown penultimate finisher was also todays penultimate finisher, Beatrice Zuokumor but a brilliant 2 minutes quicker, so very well done Beatrice!

Welcome to the 21 visitors, from near and far, Ireland, Maidenhead, Huntingdon and elsewhere in between. Hope you signed our visitors book, if not, next time! Wilmslow parkrun 183 by Roger

Thanks to Ian Rankin who is settling into his new pacing role, at 32 minutes, posting 31:46 and a great help. We will be running our pacing event again soon, watch this space for further details. If anyone else would like to try please contact the team, we would love to see you!

Roger Whitehead was snapping again on the course, check out his amazing photos through the link at the top of the page regularly, or join Flickr and follow wilmslowparkrun. Photos are updated regularly through the week. Leave him some feedback!

Wilmslow parkrun 183 by RogerA special mention to Louisa Joyce who runners commented on her helpful support as she was marshalling on the middle bridge, offering encouragement to all the runners as she volunteered for her very first time. Please do OPT in and help run the event safely and smoothly. Wilmslow parkrun 183 by Roger

Future milestones, Alice Beard, leading wilmslow participant, is on 149, Jim Pendrill on 49, Laura Keay, Baron Chaterjee and Timothy Goodwin are all on 47 runs. Get those treats ready!

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The events team held a meeting this week and lots of plans are being formulated to ensure we keep the event as brilliant as always. The main action points to share with you this week are the following.

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We are delighted to announce the very scary and spooky Halloween fancy dress parkrun returns on October 27th, please get your costumes and cobwebs ready, it is such fun!

 

 

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The rundirectors are also very excited to reveal that we will also be holding our special additional events on both Christmas Day and New Year’s Day, as well as the regular Saturday events, more details will follow in the coming weeks. These were both very popular events last year and need extra volunteers so if you are available, please consider volunteering. Keep an eye out for the exact timings as they can change on these two days.

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Thanks for reaching this far. More photos below. If you want add any content or even write a report, please do contact us. I am away next week so thanks in advance to Bev the Green Bobble for taking over the reins in my absence. As ever, thanks for reading! WJ

 

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This week 199 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 36 were first timers and 31 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 23 different clubs took part. The event was made possible by 23 volunteers:

Roy POWNALL • Roger WHITEHEAD • Beverley DENBY • Claire NORTHCOTE 

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Wayne JAFFE • Simon ARMITT • Sarah GLEAVE • Rebecca DUFF

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Olivia FLANNAGAN • Alastair BREMNER • Max WATERFIELD 

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Andrew KEAY • Tony FLANNAGAN • Andrew COWELL • Lydia POWER

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 4,917 participants have completed 25,839 parkruns covering a total distance of 129,195 km, including 5,107 new Personal Bests.

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Café Azul celebrates 1st birthday, John (70-74) celebrates a PB!

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The champagne flowed at the Carrs today thanks to our lovely Café Azul, in the kiosk at the Carrs, celebrating their first birthday with a special event, raising funds for Macmillan Cancer. Paul and Caroline Checkett were on hand to serve the runners and volunteers cake and bubbly. They also provided proper glass champagne glasses, raising the bar, for the bar, even higher!

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In addition there was a guess the length of the vegetarian sausage game, raising further funds for the cancer charity. Those of you who didn’t have any change on you can pop into the café during the week to donate, all contributions gratefully received.

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On behalf of everyone at Wilmslow parkrun, thank you Café Azul and the team. We are all grateful for you providing such a good quality service and going the extra mile for us at parkrun, as if 3.1 isn’t enough already, by acts such as today and of course, opening on Christmas Day last year especially for us! Coincidently, we had our very first request to run our amazing event again this year on Xmas Day, “as the kids really loved it”. Watch this space for more details shortly.

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With the weather feeling distinctly cooler today, we are definitely in Autumn though the trees are yet to reveal their full autumnal glory. This didn’t stop John Fairhurst, whose 250th parkrun we and his family recently celebrated, (read about it in the award winning runreport on September 1st), who is in the autumn of his running career, reach another milestone by smashing his PB from June last year and going under 29 minutes for the first time here! Thanks to Colin Davies, another veteran runner, who paced John and also Tina Jessamine to sub 29 times and PBs.

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Earlier on, Simon Armitt, megaphone and clown hat, amused and put fear in equal measures into the new runners and visitors alike with his new runners briefing.

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He was followed by run director Ian Morton, who led the tributes to Paul and Caroline for their work and charitable effort. Whilst we had bubbly today, clearly we have plenty on ice as none of the expected milstone runners turned up this week, so hopefully we can expect more treats in the coming weeks.

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Welcome to our newbie runners and visitors. Runners from Birkenhead and South West London made themselves known, welcome everyone and hope you enjoyed the really quite good running conditions today, despite Storms Ali and Bronagh causing havoc this week with heavy rain forecast Sunday. We had 33 PBs today, that is 1 in 5 of you, you should all be very proud!

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This was also the week that the marathon record was smashed in Berlin on Sunday. A whopping 1 minute 20 secs was knocked off the record by Eliud Kipchoge. His time was 2hrs, 1 minute and 39 seconds. The fastest UK parkrunners are around 14:50 for 5k, Eliud Kipchoge ran an average of 14:24 for each of his 5k across the 42.2k course, amazing!

Back here we had a right royal battle between the men with Jim Pendrill taking first male fisher with a PB. Jim is on 49 runs now (treat alert)! Andrew Whittingham was second male finisher, before he ran off to Southport to organise Sunday’s Run NorthWest Southport 10k. Finlay Greenwood was third male finisher, keeping the family name on the podium still!

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Amongst then ladies Sharon Johnstone was first female. Rebecca Jackson was back from Ealing to claim second female finisher with a PB, well done Rebecca. Laura Keay, (11-14) was third female, also with a PB! Again, great running ladies!

 

Welcome to all the newbies, Ben Brownson, Neil Ross, Peter Jessamine, Francesca Pavis, Harry Wilcox (11-14), Devrim Akyuz, Kirsty Davidson, Stuart Davidson and our penultimate finisher, whose name we don’t seem to have, who sprinted the last 30 meters to finish in 52 minutes, to a rousing reception from everyone who stayed to applaud her in! Drop us a line young lady so we can update our records and runreport!

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Thanks to Roger Whitehead for some brilliant pictures again. Last week’s really impressed me as it made some of our less speedy regulars look like proper runners! Who says the camera never lies? This week, equally good!

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Ian Rankin paced at 32 with Colin Davies pacing at 29, thanks guys, it really helps people progress.

Thanks to all our volunteers this week, please do OPT In and join us so we cover the rota and wensure the event runs smoothly and safely every week.

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Thanks for reaching this far, more photos below. If anyone wants to write a section or even a report, please let us know. We do need to have a red bus situation cover for the runreport, as well as all the other roles, in the sense of what happens if so and so is hit by a red bus, will the event continue? Whilst I might not be expecting to get hit by such a vehicle, I may will be hopping on one at the very least and would like to think that there is pool of people who can keep the noble tradition going weekly, yet strongly! As ever, thanks for reading. WJ

 

Wilmslow parkrun

Event number 182 22nd September 2018

 

 

This week 159 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 15 were first timers and 33 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 15 different clubs took part. The event was made possible by 28 volunteers:

Don BULLOUGH • Roger WHITEHEAD • Colin DAVIES • Andrew DOOLEY

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Tom CURRAN • Mat REES • Alexander MOSS • Peter SANGWAY

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Wayne JAFFE • George AINSWORTH • Ian MORTON • Simon ARMITT

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Olivia FLANNAGAN • Isabelle FLANNAGAN • Alastair BREMNER • Leigh HUGHES

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Brian JACKSON • Ian RANKIN • Andrew KEAY • Simon ATKINS

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Rachael TAIT • Tony FLANNAGAN • Andrew COWELL • Tom FISHER 

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Maya DALGAARD • Jean BERRISFORD • William DEVIC • Matt COWELL

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 4,881 participants have completed 25,640 parkruns covering a total distance of 128,200 km, including 5,076 new Personal Bests.

 

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