Wimbledon Common parkrun report: event 422 January 17 2015

 

 

They came, they saw, they conquered

 

First and third man over the line on Saturday were both running at Wimbledon Common for the first time. Ian Murdey of Beaumont Running Club (Leicester) crossed the line first in 18:25, while Shaun Bott of Belper Harriers (Derbyshire) finished third in 18:56. Sandwiched between our visiting speedsters, and only three seconds behind the leader, was Wimbledon Windmiler Mark Haworth.

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Welcome visitors Ian Murdey (1st) and Shaun Bott (3rd)

 

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Second man home Mark Haworth and first lady Ruth Wallace

 

Ruth Wallace, Thames Hare and Hounds, was first lady home in 20:20 followed by Wimbledon Windmiler Julia Donovan in 20:55 and third past the post was Lucy Woolhouse, 21:45. Lucy achieved this week's top age-grading with 80.08%. Other high scorers were visitor Ian Murdey, 76.38% and our erstwhile director Ian Higgins with 73.99%. But it's not just those going grey around the edges that score high percentages; well done Zac Purnell (JM11-14) who finished an impressive 5th in 19:42 with an age rating of 73.60%. Well done too Rob Clifford on his 100th run, and congratulations due next time out to Windmiler stalwart Bronwyn Mayo who ran her 49th parkrun.

 

He went, he saw, he conquered

 

Meanwhile, regular Common man, Gary Lloyd had travelled to the Far East (well beyond Hoxton) for his Saturday morning run, lining up with 39 others for the 31st running of the East Coast Park parkrun in Singapore. First man home was  Singapore Shufflers' Totsuo Komoto in 18:58. Gary crossed the line in 26th spot in a respectable time of 25:28 but, more impressively, 1st in the VM70-74 age category setting a new course record. Well done Gary!
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We all know that parkrun isn't a race, but a free-for-all to enjoy as you wish and everyone is a winner. Inevitably however the odd scrap goes on and Gary, pictured above, is my scrap-mate. When we were young men (VM65-69) I managed to finish ahead quite a few times. Naturally I was above such things as smug grins and sarky comments but relished the moments. For a while I had the VM70-74 group more or less to myself, until recently when Gary joined the old codgers and I now find myself trailing in his dust/mud! I've a cunning plan. I'm not suggesting pistols at dawn, although the Common would be a fine venue, but the gauntlet's down and later in the year I shall be firing up my Get Gary Campaign...

 

Hell or high water

 

I was otherwise engaged the week before so missed the special tree-obstacle feature, and a man crossing the line first in 17:25 with his dog on a lead, but this week I spotted nothing unusual to report and even the weather was pretty good, if cold. Temperatures in Singapore would have been about 10 times higher but the fastest times were about the same. Mud or sunshine, here or there, parkrun's a Saturday-morning treat whatever the variables throw at us.

 

Facts and Figures

Men's placings:
Ian MURDEY (VM40-44) of Beaumont RC 18:25 - first appearance
Mark HAWORTH (SM20-24) of Wimbledon Windmilers 18:28
Shaun BOTT (SM30-34) of Belper Harriers 18:56

Current standing in the Men's annual points competition:
Charles LAWRIE (Hercules Wimbledon AC) 900
Peter METCALF (Wimbledon Windmilers) 878
Sebastian VONS (Wimbledon Windmilers) 869

Women's placings:
Ruth WALLACE (SW30-34) of Thames Hare & Hounds, first (15th overall) 20:20 - 23rd time in 30 appearances
Julia DONOVAN (VW35-39) of Wimbledon Windmilers, second (28th overall) 20:55 - first to finish on 3 previous occasions
Lucy WOOLHOUSE (VW50-54) (Unattached) third (37th overall) 21:45 - first to finish on 23 previous occasions

Current standing in the Women's annual points competition:
Kylie CORSO (Unattached) 900
Lisa Margaret THOMAS (Hercules Wimbledon AC) 900
Lucy WOOLHOUSE (Unattached) 897

The following runners recorded the best Age Grade scores:
Lucy WOOLHOUSE (VW50-54) was graded 80.08% for the time 21:45 (37th overall)
Ian MURDEY (VM40-44) was graded 76.38% for the time 18:25 (first overall)
Ian HIGGINS (VM50-54) was graded 73.99% for the time 20:15 (13th overall)

This week there were 361 runners, of whom 58 were first timers and 45 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 18 different athletics clubs took part

Wimbledon Common parkrun started on 6th January 2007, and since then 11,711 different runners, including participants from 500 athletics clubs, have completed 84,585 runs covering a total distance of 422,925 km, and there have been 15,181 new Personal Bests

The women's record is held by Justina HESLOP who ran in a time of 00:16:33 on 2012-03-17 (event number 271)
The men's record is held by Chris PARR who ran in a time of 00:15:04 on 2011-04-23 (event number 224)
The Age Grade course record is held by Jane DAVIES who recorded a 92.99% run (21:24) on 29th January 2011 (event number 212)

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

 

Wimbledon Common Parkrun Report 421, 10 January 2015

First Timer Fest

The course was at its winter welcoming best: lots of mud, puddles aplenty and as a special bonus, courtesy of the strong winds on Friday night, a tree down across the path between Kingsmere and Windmill Road; the tree, through a combination of its size and the fact that on falling it had wedged itself between other trees, was too much for the leprechaun(s) (strangely often clad in something closely resembling the yellow Hercules hoody) who try to remove obvious obstacles from the course in advance of the run and so either steeplechasing or diversion was required.

None of this and the forecast showers however stopped the New Year influx of first timers: a huge total of 64, approach 20% of the field of 331 runners, perhaps inspired by the fact that Paul Sinton-Hewitt was featuring on Radio 4 at the same time to talk about the parkrun phenomenon he started. A remarkable number and a big welcome to all of them, as well as congratulations on navigating the course at its most challenging. We hope to see you all again.

There were Hall of Fame presentations to catch up on. Both were mentioned in the news last week but Carol McCormack was presented with her – richly deserved – award. Carol having run in the very early days has been an ever present volunteer and, with her elegant efficiency, welcoming calmness and unfailing good humour, is one of main the reasons this parkrun has been so successful.

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A second attempt was made to present the award to Pete Mulholland in person, but he was apparently barricaded in by Chelsea tractors delivering potential pupils sitting an entrance exam for a local school. Pete being Pete he was of course on hand for his normal control of the finishing funnel. A legend of London running, parkrun is really honoured to have Pete as an ever present and his experience, expertise and - desert dry wit - has made a huge contribution to its success.

Also Natasha Hampden-Smith was on hand to pick up her junior points winner award. Well done again to her.

Amongst the men Richard Crewe (pictured below) was first to finish in what would be a very good time even in normal conditions of 17:25 and – on his 38th run - a PB to boot; almost certainly also the fastest ever run with a dog - amazing ! He was followed by Doug Morton in 18:21 and then by David Symons, helped no doubt by the new shoes, in 18:45, the high quality of his run being shown by the fact he was the third highest age grade of the day. Well done, all.

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The ladies were led home by Julia Donovan (pictured below) in 21:35. Julia is one of the more remarkable parkrun regulars, having finished 5th lady in the Marathon Des Sables – widely and with good reason regarded as the hardest race on earth - at her first attempt last year, an astonishing achievement. Second to finish was Lucy Woolhouse in 21:44 who, as so often, was the highest age grade in the field. Third over the line was Amanda Goodwin in 23:07.

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On the age grade front, astoundingly, given the course, Lucy Woolhouse managed 80.14%; a run of similar quality from Liam O’Hare with 79.69%, with David Symons achieving 76.18%. All brilliant runs for the conditions.

PBs were understandably thin on the ground from regular runners and congratulations to all but among the more notable ones are Richard Crewe who finished first (38th run at Wimbledon) and from Ed Aspel who though only on his 6th run at Wimbledon has done 66 parkruns and managed his best time at any parkrun for well over a year.

And now for the stats:

Men's placings:

Richard Crewe (VM35-39) (Unattached) was first over the line in 17:25 - first time in 37 appearances. Doug Morton (SM25-29) (Unattached) was second over the line in 18:21 - has been first to finish on 7 previous occasions. David Symons (VM45-49) of Thames Hare & Hounds, was third over the line in 18:45; he has been first to finish on 8 previous occasions.

Current standing in the Men's annual points competition:

Clive Scammell (Wimbledon Windmilers) 600 pts. Charles Lawrie (Hercules Wimbledon AC) 600 pts. Simon Bodle (Hercules Wimbledon AC) 592 pts.

Women's placings:

Julia Donovan (VW35-39) of Wimbledon Windmilers, was first (22nd overall) over the line in 21:35 - third time in 20 appearances. Lucy Woolhouse (VW50-54) (Unattached) was second (25th overall) over the line in 21:44; she has been first to finish on 23 previous occasions. Amanda Goodwin (SW25-29) (Unattached) was third (49th overall) over the line in 23:07.

Current standing in the Women's annual points competition:

Angela Kikugawa (Hercules Wimbledon AC) 600 pts. Lisa Margaret Thomas (Hercules Wimbledon AC) 600 pts. Kylie Corso (Unattached) 600 pts.

The following runners recorded the best Age Grade scores: Lucy Woolhouse (VW50-54) was graded 80.14% for the time 21:44 (25th overall). Liam O’Hare (VM65-69) was graded 79.69% for the time 21:15 (20th overall). David Symons (VM45-49) was graded 76.18% for the time 18:45 (third overall).

This week there were 331 runners, of whom 64 were first timers and 14 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 17 different athletics clubs took part.

Wimbledon Common parkrun started on 6th January 2007, and since then 11,652 different runners, including participants from 498 athletics clubs, have completed 84,224 runs covering a total distance of 421,120 km, and there have been 15,137 new Personal Bests.

The women's record is held by Justina Heslop who ran in a time of 00:16:33 on 2012-03-17 (event number 271).

The men's record is held by Chris Parr who ran in a time of 00:15:04 on 2011-04-23 (event number 224).

The Age Grade course record is held by Jane Davies who recorded a 92.99% run (21:24) on 29th January 2011 (event number 212).

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

 

Wimbledon Common parkrun, event number 420, 3 January 2015

 

Eight years old, some annual winners with names and an anonymous runner crosses the line first

 

The 420th Wimbledon Common constituted the eighth anniversary of our fine event, second only to the original at Bushy Park, now into double figures and due to go to High School next year. With each year end come the annual prizes, some as usual, others at the whim of the powers that be. So last year’s Oscars go to...

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In the men’s points competition, the redoutable volunteer coordinator and Hercules Wimbledon runner Charles Hampden-Smith (above) edged out Wimbledon Windmiler Nick McKay to take the paperweight prize donated by Lisa Thomas.

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Ms Thomas herself finished a very tight second to Lucy Woolhouse (above) in the ladies points competition. Lucy completed a double by winning, with hubby Hugh, the combined couple points competition – there’ll be paperweights galore in the Woolhouse house.

The excellent Cullen Clifford won the most points by a male junior; the equivalent female prize went to Natasha Hampden-Smith (another household with a surfeit of paperweights).

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Kylie Corso (above) was dubbed ‘Volunteer of the Year’ for doing, well, almost everything, and always with a broad smile. The inaugural ‘Good Egg’ award went to everyone’s favourite barista and chocolatier, John Sabourin.

And we now have a Wimbledon Common parkrun Hall of Fame. The first inductees are as follows: Ian Higgins – the event director for the first seven years, whose 313 parkruns have all come at Wimbledon; Carol McCormack – I believe this remarkable lady ran a few parkruns many years ago, but as long as most of us remember she’s simply turned up week after week after week not to run but to take control of the scanning operation before she nips off to indulge her other passion, horse riding; Pete Mulholland – a persistent volunteer at all sorts of athletics events and finish token hander-outer extraordinaire; Peter Brunnen – dog lover and formidable organiser of the event’s photographers, whose archive of pictures of us gurning our way through 5k must number in the hundreds of thousands; and Charles Lawrie – Charles took over from Ian to direct the event last year. It’s not an easy job – quite apart from turning up early to oversee the set-up and to mark out the course, there are many irksome chores to deal with during the week, and 2014 turned out, as you will know, to be a remarkable one for major and minor accidents both on and off the course – none of these were Charles’s fault, of course, but he bore responsibility for dealing with them with great fortitude. The first Hall of Fame inductees will be putting their hand prints into soft concrete outside Starbucks in Wimbledon next Thursday. Apparently. A less auspicious prize went to Colin Price, who completed the most runs in the year without volunteering at all, an award he received with good grace.

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The honour of finishing first in the first parkrun of our ninth year fell to an unknown runner (above, who are you?). We don’t know how many times this runner has finished first, or even who he is. If I ever finish first, I’ll want the whole world to know about it, so I just don’t get it! Next was Nick McKay (VM35-39) of Wimbledon Windmilers, in 18:50.
 Patrick McDougall (VM45-49 and unattached) was third in 18:51. The nascent top three in the men's annual points competition is: Simon Bodle (Hercules Wimbledon) 300 points; 
Frank Pacifico (unattached), also 300; and Richard Young (unattached), surprisingly also on 300.

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Lucy Woolhouse (VW50-54, unattached, pictured above moving so fast the camera couldn't cope) was first woman over the line (26th overall) in 21:52 – this was her 23rd first place in 186 appearances.
 Amelia Ashton-Jones (VW35-39, unattached) was second (40th overall) in 22:58. And the evergreen 
Lisa Margaret Thomas (VW45-49, Hercules Wimbledon) was third (41st overall) in 22:58 – she has been first to finish on 33 previous occasions. In the early women’s annual points competition standings, top is 
Angela Kikugawa (Hercules Wimbledon) on 300; second is 
Rebecca Le Grange (unattached), also on 300; third is 
Kylie Corso (unattached) – go on, guess how many points (it starts with 3, ends in 0 and has a 0 in between).

The following runners recorded the best age grade scores: Lucy Woolhouse was graded 79.65% for the time 21:52 (26th overall).
 Patrick McDougall was graded 76.39% for the time 18:51 (third overall). And 100 Marathon Club man John Krause (VM50-54) was graded 74.31% for the time 20:30 (11th overall).

This week there were 270 runners, of whom 36 were first-timers and two recorded new personal bests (take a bow Mark Cooper and Andrew Busby – the latter went under 26 minutes for the first time). Representatives of 21 different athletics clubs took part.

Nice to see a friendly bunch of five (at least) from Basingstoke parkrun, who all seem to be members of the Chineham Park Running Club, indulging in some tourism. You were very welcome and please come back some day. Apparently, we also had a visitor from parkrun’s most southerly event in Tasmania (there are two in Tasmania, the most southerly of which is Hobart, so let’s say he’s from that one) – but we don’t know his name. If he’d care to contact us, we can make amends. Hope you enjoyed the run.

And thanks to Keith Walker: a wee bit of a tourist, who runs at Wimbledon only every so often and wasn’t here for the Santa Run, Keith nevertheless made a special effort to donate his fiver towards the defibrillator. That’s very kind. Oh, and it was Keith’s 200th parkrun, an honour he shared on the day with John Sabourin, who took home the Collins Cup.

Congratulations, too, to Fionn Clifford for completing 100 parkruns, 99 of them on the common. Fionn is in the JM10 age group, so that’s a fantastic achievement; and his only other parkrun was in Melbourne. Another new 100-clubber is Guy Eastaugh of Wimbledon Windmilers; all but eight of his runs have come here. And it’s 50 up for Ariana Watkins, from the JW11-14 category, so another great achievement for someone so young. Forty-four of the 50 have been at Wimbledon. Completing his 10th parkrun and qualifying for the youngsters’ white t-shirt was James Rice-Mellor.

Wimbledon Common parkrun started on 6 January 2007; since then, 11,587 different runners, including participants from 499 athletics clubs, have completed 83,893 runs covering a total distance of 419,465km. There have been 15,123 new personal bests. The women's record is held by Justina Heslop, who ran in a time of 16:33 on 17 March 2012 (event number 271).
The men's record is held by Chris Parr, who ran in a time of 15:04 on 23 April 2011 (event number 224).
The age grade course record is held by Jane Davies, who recorded 92.99% for the time 21:24 on 29 January 2011 (event number 212). Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Wimbledon Common parkrun results page.

 

Wimbledon Common parkrun Event number 419 1st January 2015

 

 Happy New Year

Most people appreciated that the start time for the New Years Day Wimbledon parkrun was to be 10am instead of the usual 9am, to give everyone an extra hour in bed to recover from any over exertions from the night before.  Strangely at least five people didn’t heed this advice and still got up early to run at either Bushy or Richmond parkruns before heading over to take part at Wimbledon Common…..odd behaviour.

Of the 193 runners, it looked as if quite a few needed more than just an extra hour in bed to fully recover, there was some very average running indeed, including many by people that should know better, one can’t actually name names, but those that finished in times of 19:30, 23:27, 25:44, 27:38, 28:10, 28:38 or 46:00 should be ashamed of yourselves.

There was of course some very fine running as well, led by Andy Weir of Thames Hare & Hounds, winning the race in 17:29 on his 50th parkrun. 46 of these have been run at Wimbledon.  Of those 46 runs exactly half have been run with his daughter, so he hasn’t been pushing it all the way.  On the other 23 occasions he has run, he has won the race an incredible 15 times.  Second to finish this New Years Day was Matt Gallagher in 18:06 and an unknown was third.

 

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No New Year's Day cobwebs for Andy Weir

 

Gina Galbraith of Hercules AC was the first lady home in a time of 20:26, her 7th win on her 38th run.  In second place was fellow Hercules member Lisa Thomas in 21:04 and in third place was Julia Donovan.

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Gina makes all the right moves.

 

Our annual points competitions came to an exciting end on after this run, with Charles Hampden-Smith winning the mens competition with 13803 points roughly 500 points ahead of Nick McKay in second place on 13306 points and PAFITY Collins in third on 12624 points.

The ladies competition was much closer. Lucy Woolhouse finished as champion with 13440 points, in second place is Lisa Thomas with only 3 points less on 13437, and in third place is Natasha Hampden-Smith.

It was no great surprise to see that there were very few PBs for those who have run more than ten times at Wimbledon, though not a PB, a special mention to the ever reducing Kevin Dendy on his time of 27:53 his quickest since 27th December 2011.

Along with Andy Weir running his 50th parkrun, other notable milestones were attained by:- Chris Abell on reaching 150, Richard Pates 100 and Ellie Hampden-Smith 10.

Looking forward to Saturday’s run (back at the normal time of 9am), where if all goes well, John Sabourin will become the latest holder of the Collins Cup (200 runs) and Guy Eastaugh will be clocking up his 100th.

Other event stats:- The following runners recorded the best Age Grade scores: Andy Weir (VM45-49) was graded 82.36% for the time 17:29 (first overall). Lisa Thomas (VW45-49) was graded 78.64% for the time 21:04 (18th overall). Richard Evans (VM50-54) was graded 74.16% for the time 20:23 (9th overall).

This week there were 193 runners, of whom 24 were first timers and 11 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 19 different athletics clubs took part.

Wimbledon Common parkrun started on 6th January 2007, and since then 11,551 different runners, including participants from 498 athletics clubs, have completed 83,623 runs covering a total distance of 418,115 km, and there have been 15,121 new Personal Bests.

The women's record is held by Justina Heslop who ran in a time of 00:16:33 on 2012-03-17 (event number 271). The men's record is held by Chris Parr who ran in a time of 00:15:04 on 2011-04-23 (event number 224). The Age Grade course record is held by Jane Davies who recorded a 92.99% run (21:24) on 29th January 2011 (event number 212).

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

 

 

Wimbledon Common parkrun Event number 418 27th December 2014

Betwixt and Between

As I sit and write this report, there is an almost neon blue frost skimming across the grey slate of the tiles in the garden.  It seems so at odds with the warm twinkling lights that cover our Christmas tree which still looks so cheery, despite its shedding pines and its lack of surrounding presents, all of which have now been bestowed and keenly opened.

It occurs to me that this is a very peculiar time of year, not really one thing or another.  We have all feasted and enjoyed the excesses of Christmas, survived being stable mates to our nearest and dearest (I hope) and we now wait in a sort of limbo to bid farewell to 2014 and welcome in 2015. I always find this strange “No Man’s Land” rather disconcerting and try hard to implement some normal chores to get over the hump of this tricky week – but all activities tend to lead to a spot of reflection on the past 12 months so here are some parkrun highs and lows to contemplate:

The lows have been mercifully few but if they must be named then I would think our many call outs to the marvellous NHS ambulance service deserves a mention.  A tough year with somersaulting athletes dislocating shoulders, a ghastly hornet attack, a horrid head injury inflicted by our beloved “Gear Hanging” tree, a bicycle unseating which caused some really nasty injuries and our most serious incident, a heart attack where I am relieved to say that everything worked out amazingly well.  Lessons can be learned and it is never a waste to brush up on our first aid skills or indeed acquire some.  Of course we all run at our own risk and we accept that. However, it can only be of benefit that thanks to the generosity of all who contributed to our Father Christmas run and raised over £800, coupled with the further contribution made by the British Heart Foundation, that we now have a defibrillator housed in the Wardens office, ready if needed by any who use Wimbledon Common.

The highs have been too numerous to mention but overall it has been joyous to watch our friends succeed in their many running challenges.  Sue Rothwell for example completed her first Marathon in London back in April and loved it so much that she is doing it again in 2015, more power to your elbow and all other body parts when the training kicks in Sue.  It has been terrific to see long standing pals returning to the fray after enforced sabbaticals such as Doug Laidler who has now completed his 3rd run back after a break and is on 106 runs, great to have you back Doug.

 

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Doug cutting a dash in his Christmas gloves!

 

Alas, enough with the rambling reminiscences from me, let’s have some up to date race details. Wimbledon Windmilers took the hat-trick on Saturday with Keith MacIntosh crossing the flour line in 1st place in 18.02 followed by team mates Matt Gallagher in 2nd in 18.04 and Nick McKay in 3rd in 18.37 – well run the red and blacks.

 

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Keith MacIntosh brings it home for the Windmilers

 

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Claire racking up victory number 33!

 

Claire Grima of Hercules AC took the top slot for the ladies in a time of 20.00, which puts her in equal 1st place for the most Wimbledon parkrun female wins with Lisa Thomas – they have 33 victories apiece.  Lucy Woolhouse, unattached, finished 2nd in a time of 21.13 and rather fascinatingly she leads the points competition by a smidgen over Lisa Thomas but with one race pending all is to play for – skedaddle back from Canada Lisa!  Another splendid Hercules AC lady took 3rd place and that was the delightful Alison Purnell, I feel a return to form could be on the cards for Alison, much deserved.

So, it is time to sign out until next year but I wish you all the best and may 2015 be a PB strewn year for one and all.

Race Alert: There is an extra run this coming New Year’s Day, starting at the later time of 10am, so be there or be square!

For those of you interested in the stats:

Current standing in the Men's annual points competition: Charles Hampden-Smith leads the way on 13516 points, in second place is Nick McKay with 13010 points and in third place is PAFITY Collins on 12355 points.

Current standing in the Women's annual points competition: Lucy Woolhouse is the lead with one run to go on 13440 points, in second place is Lisa Thomas with 13138 points and in third place is Nicola El Kadiri with 11341 points.

The following runners recorded the best Age Grade scores: Lucy Woolhouse (VW50-54) was graded 80.95% for the time 21:31 (22nd overall). Liam O'Hare (VM65-69) was graded 80.06% for the time 21:09 (17th overall). David Symons (VM45-49) was graded 76.04% for the time 18:47 (4th overall).

This week there were 162 runners, of whom 16 were first timers and 8 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 13 different athletics clubs took part.

Wimbledon Common parkrun started on 6th January 2007, and since then 11,527 different runners, including participants from 495 athletics clubs, have completed 83,430 runs covering a total distance of 417,150 km, and there have been 15,110 new Personal Bests.

The women's record is held by Justina Heslop who ran in a time of 00:16:33 on 2012-03-17 (event number 271). The men's record is held by Chris Parr who ran in a time of 00:15:04 on 2011-04-23 (event number 224). The Age Grade course record is held by Jane Davies who recorded a 92.99% run (21:24) on 29th January 2011 (event number 212).

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

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