Wimbledon Common parkrun, event 431, 21 March 2015

 

 

Double centuries, 150s, half centuries and a plethora of PBs

 

“In the spring I have counted one hundred and thirty-six different kinds of weather inside four and twenty hours.”

So wrote that great depth measurement, Mark Twain. His words will certainly resonate with anyone who’s been out running in recent days; this week I had the strange experience of being bombarded with a cross between hail, snow and rain in the same short squall – it was all and none of those things: snorail, perhaps.

Nevertheless, there’s been sunshine and dry weather too and the time-honoured course at Wimbledon Common has largely dried out to become firmer underfoot and faster – and as a result there were no less than 100 personal bests this week from the 340 finishers, which is almost 30 per cent of you!

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The first day of spring saw balloons and cake for Matthew Salisbury and Sue Rothwell, who both completed their 200th parkruns – for Matthew, all but three have come at Wimbledon; Sue has run only one parkrun other than ours. Well done to them, the new holders of the Collins Cup and the Lawrie Trophy respectively. Both are regular volunteers.

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Norman Urquia, picctured above, is a bit more of a tourist, having run 118 times at Wimbledon but completed 12 other parkruns at least once. There was only one place he could be on Saturday, though, for his 150th parkrun. Norm’s been running well recently, taking his PB down to 19.44 here and to 19.37 at the far easier (!) Fulham Palace. When you consider his PB in 2011 was in excess of 24 minutes, you can tell he’s put in a lot of work. He’s also a regular volunteer and is one of the event directors at the Sunday morning Wimbledon Park Junior parkrun, which makes him an all-round good egg in anyone’s book; if you've ever helped out at the junior event will know that he adds a calm authority to proceedings. Nice one, Norm!

Another to pass a milestone this week was Mike Beale, who completed his 50th parkrun.

There were some notable PBs. Simon Woodley’s 19:39 was obtained in his 89th parkrun here (though he’s run faster at Dulwich). This 14-second PB was his second in consecutive weeks, made even more remarkable by the fact that he hadn’t run a PB here since June 2013. The husband and wife team of Dom and Liz Ostrowski made it a double PB weekend: Liz’s 24:55 was her first time under 25 minutes and, like Simon, her second PB in consecutive weeks. Dom went one better, running his third consecutive PB – he’s now moved down from a best of 25:52 two weeks ago to 24:48 this time.

The aptly named Millie Good, JW10, smashed her personal best this week by exactly a minute, posting an excellent 26:10 on her 39th Wimbledon parkrun, her 40th overall. I keep mentioning him, but he is rather good and he’s a fantastic advert for junior parkrun too – Christopher Cull (JM10), in his 49th parkrun, posted a Wimbledon Common best of 24:03 for a 74 per cent age grade. And for the second week running, Danuta K Grabda posted a new PB, this time 23:36, her first time under 24 minutes at this event.

And another double, this time in the Busa household: father Paul ran 20:45, a third PB in three weeks and his first sub-21 in 106 parkruns here; daughter Isabella (JW15-17) ran 21:53, a three-second best, achieved in 86 parkruns on the common. And a big ‘ding dong’ to Lesley Phillips, who set a new PB of 29:17, his first here in under 30 minutes – carry on, Lesley!

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This week’s men’s event panned out as follows. Over the line first was Matt Gallagher (above, VM35-39) of Wimbledon Windmilers with a time of 17:36 – this was the fifth time Matt has clamed the number one token in 55 appearances. Next was Andy Robinson (VM45-49) of Thames Hare & Hounds in 17:42. Andy has been first to finish seven times. And taking the last podium position was the unattached Doug Morton (SM25-29) in 18:08. ‘Greenock’, as no one calls him, has also been first to finish seven times.

It’s tight at the top in the men’s annual points beano, but just holding on to pole position is, well, me... Peter Alasdair Fergus Collins of Wimbledon Windmilers with 3,309 hard-earned points. Not far behind, sadly for me, is Andrew Lenon (unattached) with 3,293 points. Taking bronze at the moment is Robin Hutchinson of Wimbledon Windmilers with 3,104 points. Incidentally, I was resigned to losing that lead this week and in honour of that totally drug-free and uncorrupt bicycle race that I believe starts in Yorkshire and ends both in France and in tears, I wore a yellow jersey (see pic below, sorry for the self-promotion) to go down with a degree of pride. I shall wear it again this week and hope Andrew will take up the mantle when he inevitably takes top position this coming week.
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In the women’s event, first over the line was the excellent Ruth Wallace (above, right, SW30-34, 12th overall) of Thames Hare & Hounds in 19:09. This was her 25th first in 32 appearances. It must have been a great battle, because just behind her, Alexandra Brown (JW11-14, unattached, 13th overall) posted a time just two seconds slower, 19:11. And Alexandra’s remarkable time gave her the second best age grading of the day (see below). The very consistent and unattached Lucy Woolhouse (VW50-54) was next (37th overall) in 20:34 – she has been first to finish on 25 occasions. In the women's annual points competition, Lucy is top on 3,586 points, Sarah Goodwin (Wimbledon Windmilers) next on 3,502 and Danuta K Grabda (unattached) is third on 3,146 pts.

Lucy also tops this week’s age grade scores, with 84.68%. The aforementioned Alexandra Brown got 83.23% and the evenmoreaforementioned Andy Robinson was 82.67%.

Of the 340 runners, 25 were first timers. Representatives of 19 different athletics clubs took part. Wimbledon Common parkrun started on 6 January 2007, and since then 11,988 different runners, including participants from 507 athletics clubs, have completed 87,211 runs covering a total distance of 436,055 km, and there have been 15,574 new PBs.

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 gGrade 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.

Peter AF Collins

 

 

Wimbledon Common parkrun report: event 400 March 14 2015

 

 

"You wait for ages..."  Nick does it again!

 

Nick McKay crossed the line looking for all the world like it was just another day at the office. Pete Mulholland was ready with the number 1 token and, inevitably, a bon mot, comparing Nick to the proverbial London Bus. And indeed we had waited for ages. It was only 14 days ago when Nick finally broke his duck, now proving it was no one-hit wonder. Meanwhile Sophie McKay was pushing their son Ben round in his buggy in a time that many would be happy with as a solo run. Two fine runners, which got me thinking about couples who parkrun, especially after I heard one front-running man say; "my wife must be going well, I didn't lap her". That seemed a bit harsh, I thought at first, but of course it's all relative. When you can run 5k in a little over 18 minutes, even those you don't quite lap are going at a fair lick and, sure enough, the lady in question posted a time plenty of parkrunners would go home satisfied with. In the battle of the sexes, however, there's appears to be no trend: some ladies are faster than their other halves and vice versa.

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Nick McKay romps home for his second first

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Sophie and Ben pushing on

 

First past the post

 

This week’s top candidates were: Nick McKay (VM35-39) Wimbledon Windmilers 18:03, Andy Robinson (VM45-49) Thames Hare & Hounds 18:09, James Grant Young (VM35-39) Wimbledon Windmilers 18:10 and the top ladies: Lisa Margaret Thomas (VW45-49) Hercules Wimbledon AC 20:14, Lucy Woolhouse (VW50-54) (Unattached) 20:47, Amelia Ashton-Jones (VW35-39) Wimbledon Windmilers 21:29.

In the percentage game Lucy Woolhouse recorded the best age-grade score with 83.80%, followed by Lisa Thomas 81.88% and Andy Robinson 79.98%

 

PB Bonanza!

 

A resounding round of applause to the 82 runners who achieved a PB this week. With 315 finishers that's over 25% and by far the highest percentage this year. In my last report I promised not to write about the weather but the high PB rate was certainly helped by a dryer course. By contrast, of the 270 runners taking part on January 3, when it was rainy and boggy, only two recorded personal bests. Among the notable PBs this week, and keeping with the battle of the sexes theme, were Joe and Caroline McGovern who crossed the line together to record identical PBs of 39:22. After five runs, they have both knocked over 10 minutes off their original times and on this occasion bettering their previous times by nearly two minutes - well done! It was good to see Ellie Hampden-Smith (JW15-17) record her first PB after 15 runs and congratulations to three old hands, each with over 100 parkruns to their credit, who put a new marker down: Simon Woodley, Paul Busa and Cullen Clifford. All worthy PBers, but my A* award goes to Sarah Goodwin for her sheer determination to squeeze the last few seconds out of her run. Sarah crossed the line at unabated speed and only just managed to stop before knocking Pete flying! A deft piece of funnel management from Gary Forde quickly restored the correct order. Sarah’s reward was not just an excellent 21:53 but also her first run below 22 minutes.

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Sarah Goodwin  (left, in black) "Let me through, my brakes don't work!"

Ellie Hampden-Smith (right) recording her first PB

 

Cups runneth over

 

Peter A. F. Collins, a veteran of 265 parkruns, came up with the excellent idea some time ago of having a trophy to bridge the gap between the 100 and 250 Club T-shirts, and provided the Collins’ Cup to be presented after 200 runs. As this is unofficial, and possibly unique to the Wimbledon Common parkrun, you may not be aware of its existence. There is now a ladies’ and a gents' cup which get passed on. The next recipients, currently on 199 runs, are Sue Rothwell and Matthew Salisbury.

 

New marshal role sparks novel idea

 

Final round of applause to Gary Forde who juggled two volunteer roles this week: funnel manager and car park marshal. While carrying out the latter, he came up with the bright idea that a charge should be applied for people turning up in “cars too large for London”. Great idea, he should pass it on to the Mayor, it could prove popular! Boris Cars, anyone?

 

Facts and Figures

 

Men's placings:
Nick MCKAY (VM35-39) of Wimbledon Windmilers was first over the line in 18:03 - second time in 273 appearances.
Andy ROBINSON (VM45-49) of Thames Hare & Hounds, was second over the line in 18:09 - has been first to finish on 7 previous occasions.
James Grant YOUNG (VM35-39) of Wimbledon Windmilers, was third over the line in 18:10.

Current standing in the Men's annual points competition:
Peter A. F. COLLINS 3044, Andrew LENON 3026, Hugh WOOLHOUSE 2950

Women's placings:
Lisa Margaret THOMAS on AC, was first (25th overall) over the line in 20:14 - 38th time in 181 appearances.
Lucy WOOLHOUSE (VW50-54) (Unattached) was second (31st overall) over the line in 20:47 - has been first to finish on 25 previous occasions.
Amelia ASHTON-JONES (VW35-39) of Wimbledon Windmilers, was third (45th overall) over the line in 21:29.

Current standing in the Women's annual points competition:
Lucy WOOLHOUSE 3288, Sarah GOODWIN 3218, Danuta K GRABDA 2857

The following runners recorded the best Age Grade scores:
Lucy WOOLHOUSE 83.80% for the time 20:47 (31st overall), Lisa Margaret THOMAS 81.88% for the time 20:14 (25th overall), Andy ROBINSON 79.98% for the time 18:09 (second overall).

This week there were 315 runners, of whom 31 were first timers and 82 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 19 different athletics clubs took part.

Wimbledon Common parkrun started on 6th January 2007, and since then 11,963 different runners, including participants from 507 athletics clubs, have completed 86,871 runs covering a total distance of 434,355 km, and there have been 15,474 new Personal Bests.

The women's record is 16:33 held by Justina HESLOP (event number 271, 17.3.12)
The men's record is 15:04 held by Chris PARR (event number 224, 23.4.11)
The Age Grade course record is 92.99% held by Jane DAVIES with a run of 21:24(event number 212, 29.1.11)

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

 

Report by John Carter

 

Wimbledon Common parkrun – Event number 429, 7th March 2015

The welcome return of spring

It felt as if spring had sprung a fortnight before it is technically invited, giving runners a balmy morning, and a radically drier course than we have been used to. Not surprisingly 49 of the 303 strong field took full advantage, lodging Personal Bests - well done to all, especially Paul Busa setting the continuous improvement standard with a PB on his 104th outing!

Celebrations continued for Nick McKay's first win last week in his 281st parkrun, with event director Charles Lawrie commemorating the feat. It was Nick's turn to power the baby buggy this week, still coming a very creditable 49th, and surely the fastest man hindered by three wheels?
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Results...

However honours this week went to Andy Weir (VM45-49) of Thames Hare & Hounds, crossing the line first for the 16th time in 47 appearances, stopping the clock at 17:44. The podium was completed by George Longworth (SM25-29) at 18:06, and Tom Conlon (VM50-54) of Herne Hill Harriers, on his 50th parkrun at 18:23.

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The women's palmarès had a familiar feel with Lisa Thomas (VW45-49) of Hercules Wimbledon AC, claiming her 37th first place (18th overall) in 180 appearances, over the line in 20:27. Amelia Ashton-Jones (VW35-39) also celebrated her 50th parkrun in style by notching yet another second (36th overall) with 21:45; and Julia Donovan (VW35-39) of Wimbledon Windmilers, took third (40th overall) at 21:55. With Julia claiming the top step on three previous occasions, the Wimbledon Common parkrun community have all their fingers crossed for Amelia "doing a McKay" - preferably before completing all the extra 131 events!

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...milestones...

Amelia and Tom's 50th parkruns were not the only milestones achieved - 50th run congratulations also go to Thomas Cheetham and Alison Good, whilst Robin Hutchinson and Catriona Cookson hit the magic 100. The milestone of the week award though goes to Matt Bray, completing his 150th event.

Twenty-one very welcome people turned up for the first time to see what all the fuss was about, including three visitors from New Zealand. However, the beautiful weather put pressure on our newly appointed car park marshals, with a few hasty retreats to local roads at 8:59 and 59 seconds. Where possible please remember to car share, cycle or jog to the start, move to Parkside or just use the 93 bus. If none of those are possible, make sure you arrive in good time!

...points and age grades...

The Men's annual points competition saw a first and second place swap with Peter Collins (Wimbledon Windmilers) now on 2774 pts to Andrew Lenon's 2753 pts. Hugh Woolhouse remains third, now with 2650 pts. No changes to the order for the Women with Lucy Woolhouse 2989 pts; Sarah Goodwin (Wimbledon Windmilers) 2921 pts and Nicola El Kadiri 2608 pts.

The best Age Grade scores were all at the front of the pack with Tom Conlon graded 82.86% for his third place, and first man Andy Weir graded 81.20%. Lisa Thomas was graded 81.01% as the first woman.

...and finally, the history

Wimbledon Common parkrun started on 6th January 2007, and since then 11,931 different runners, including participants from 506 athletics clubs, have completed 86,556 runs covering a total distance of 432,780 km, and there have been 15,392 new Personal Bests.

The women's record is held by Justina Heslop who ran in a time of 00:16:33 on 17th March 2012 (event number 271).
The men's record is held by Chris Parr who ran in a time of 00:15:04 on 23rd April 2011 (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 Park Run Event 428 28 February 2015

NICK NICKS FIRST AT LAST

There couldn’t be any other way to start the report this week. Nick McKay has been knocking at the door for so long; it seemed it might never let him through. Second and third finishes have peppered his record over the last three years. But, having hit another 2nd last week in Preston, this week it swung wide open and first place finally fell to him on his 271st Wimbledon Parkrun, 281st overall. With the field trailing by a distance, he approached the line with arms aloft but it could all have been taken away at the last minute because, as witnessed by John and Francesca Carter (who get a headline writing credit too), with metres to go Nick was nearly taken out by a dog but just escaped with some nifty footwork. Relief beyond belief no doubt for him -  not least for an end to the friendly stick he has endured for the last little while - and that must be one of the most popular first place finishes parkrun anywhere has ever known. Well done, Nick ! 428 GG (239)

Somewhere out on the course ripe language was – allegedly - used by a runner or runners unknown, to adapt the police idiom, towards a dog walker. Without wanting to get preachy and whatever the facts of the case, worth a general reminder that, please, however provoked or justified you feel and however difficult it is, don’t use bad language or get aggressive to other common users: complain afterwards to friends, convert the emotion into increased speed, perhaps even say something very politely, do whatever it takes but please remember above all that others have a right to use the common, we have no priority and that, whatever the perceived rights and wrongs, aggro to other common users is not on, is not in the parkrun spirit and does not help parkrun’s cause at all.

As regards the ladies first finisher in a time of 20:42 was Lisa Thomas, her 36th time in first place, and along with Lucy Woolhouse, second in 21:22, one of only two runners to break the 80% age grade – great runs both. Third lady home was Julia Donovan, nursing a calf problem, in 22:55. Lisa appears below, watched by a young admirer on our temporary stand. 428 GG (262)

Amongst the men Nick’s time was 18:58, followed by Chris Rawcliffe of Sheen Shufflers in 19:29 and Ben Sinclair, a first timer, in 19:31. As noted above the top two age grades were Lucy (81.51%) and Lisa (80.03%) with Dieter Schlegel, notwithstanding that he is more of a cyclist, putting in a very good performance in the difficult conditions to achieve a 77.15%

The usual winter conditions meant very few PBs among regulars. So congratulations to Catherine Bentley, hitting a PB on her 32nd run at Wimbledon, and Nicola Banham on her 14th.

Stats:

Men's placings: Nick McKay (VM35-39) of Wimbledon Windmilers, was first over the line in 18:58 - first time in 271 appearances. Chris Rawcliffe (SM20-24) of Sheen Shufflers, was second over the line in 19:29. Ben Sinclair (VM35-39) (Unattached) was third over the line in 19:31.

Current standing in the Men's annual points competition: Andrew Lenon (Unattached) 2476 pts. Peter Alasdair Fergus Collins (Wimbledon Windmilers) 2474 pts. Hugh Woolhouse (Unattached) 2350 pts.

Women's placings: Lisa Margaret Thomas (VW45-49) of Hercules Wimbledon AC, was first (17th overall) over the line in 20:42 - 36th time in 179 appearances. Lucy Woolhouse (VW50-54) (Unattached) was second (23rd overall) over the line in 21:22 - has been first to finish on 25 previous occasions. Julia Donovan (VW35-39) of Wimbledon Windmilers, was third (38th overall) over the line in 22:55 - has been first to finish on 3 previous occasions.

Current standing in the Women's annual points competition: Lucy Woolhouse (Unattached) 2689 pts. Sarah Goodwin (Wimbledon Windmilers) 2657 pts. Nicola El Kadiri (Unattached) 2376 pts.

The following runners recorded the best Age Grade scores: Lucy Woolhouse (VW50-54) was graded 81.51% for the time 21:22 (23rd overall). Lisa Margaret Thomas (VW45-49) was graded 80.03% for the time 20:42 (17th overall). Dieter Schlegel (VM60-64) was graded 77.15% for the time 20:47 (19th overall).

This week there were 248 runners, of whom 28 were first timers and 24 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 16 different athletics clubs took part. Wimbledon Common parkrun started on 6th January 2007, and since then 11,910 different runners, including participants from 505 athletics clubs, have completed 86,253 runs covering a total distance of 431,265 km, and there have been 15,343 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: event 427 February 21 2015

 

Second to none

 

If anyone has managed to personify Wimbledon Common parkrun when the going is squelchy, it's Alex Berry. Running at our parkrun for the first time, Alex took a dive in the mud, sprung back on his feet, and still finished in 18:50, just four seconds behind the first-placed man. At the finish his previously pristine yellow shirt, and most of his kit, was liberally covered in mud, but he was beaming from ear to ear as he emerged from the funnel. Clearly this was a man who'd enjoyed his run on the Common! 427 CS(1)

A spotless Alex Berry, above, ready for the off

 

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Muddied but unbowed, Alex at the finish

 

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Muddy waters: leading men; Peter keeping his gloves clean; Geraldine, 6th lady

 

Mud, what mud?

 

This week's top three speedy heroes and heroines are: James Butler (VM35-39) 18:46, Alex Berry (SM 25-29) Ful-On Tri 18:50, Adam Harwood (SM30-34) Hercules Wimbledon AC 19:06, Lucy Woolhouse (VW50-54) 21:54, Amelia Ashton-Jones (VW35-39) 22:35, Isabella Busa (JW15-17) Kingston AC and Polytechnic Harriers 22:50

In the percentage game this week first lady home Lucy Woolhouse almost nudged 80 with a rating of 79.53, Dieter Schlegel achieved 77.21 and eighth-placed man Richard Evans 73.74.

Amazingly there were 15 PBs so well done all of you, especially two more-seasoned parkrunners: Alison Good, with a time of 25:48 after 48 runs and Chris Sinfield, 28:16 after 117 runs. All Chris's parkruns have been at Wimbledon Common - another man who doesn't mind the mud. Congratulations to landmark achievers Hugh Lenon on completing 100 parkruns and David Hall on reaching 150.

 

Brighter forecasts coming

 

As Charles mentioned from the bench, we've some new scribes joining our small but enthusiastic report-writing team. Hopefully, as one of my fellow scribblers sagely suggested, this should give us more time to flex our creativity. I shall endeavour to exercise my originality, as well as my legs and lungs, and write about something other than the weather. In the meantime, it wasn't half muddy again! I started parkrun, and running of any kind, in February 2008 and looking back over the first five years or so, I swear it never rained on a Saturday morning. Then it seemed to rain every time we assembled at the bench. Now the norm appears to be a good downpour on Friday so we have a dry run with plenty of mud underfoot come Saturday. Volunteering at the funnel, watching all the runners finish, I've noticed a definite correlation between how muddy and wet it is, and how many happy faces there are. Maybe the wet conditions take away the pressure of trying to achieve a good time, or perhaps we just like it that way! Anyway, the crocuses are poking their heads above the ground so there may be faster, dryer running ahead. parkrun 427 003

Happy feet 

 

Facts and Figures

 

Men's placings: James BUTLER (VM35-39) (Unattached) was first over the line in 18:46 - first time in 3 appearances. Alex BERRY (SM25-29) of Ful-On Tri, was second over the line in 18:50. Adam HARWOOD (SM30-34) of Hercules Wimbledon AC, was third over the line in 19:06 - was first to finish once before. Current standing in the Men's annual points competition: Robin HUTCHINSON (Wimbledon Windmilers) 2267 pts. Peter Alasdair Fergus COLLINS (Wimbledon Windmilers) 2197 pts. Andrew LENON (Unattached) 2196 pts. Women's placings: Lucy WOOLHOUSE (VW50-54) (Unattached) was first (23rd overall) over the line in 21:54 - 25th time in 193 appearances. Amelia ASHTON-JONES (VW35-39) (Unattached) was second (33rd overall) over the line in 22:35. Isabella BUSA (JW15-17) of Kingston AC and Polytechnic Harriers, was third (37th overall) over the line in 22:50. Current standing in the Women's annual points competition: Lucy WOOLHOUSE (Unattached) 2390 pts. Sarah GOODWIN (Wimbledon Windmilers) 2361 pts. Nicola EL KADIRI (Unattached) 2112 pts. The following runners recorded the best Age Grade scores: Lucy WOOLHOUSE (VW50-54) was graded 79.53% for the time 21:54 (23rd overall). Dieter SCHLEGEL (VM60-64) was graded 77.21% for the time 20:46 (11th overall). Richard EVANS (VM50-54) was graded 73.74% for the time 20:30 (8th overall). This week there were 252 runners, of whom 30 were first timers and 15 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 17 different athletics clubs took part. Wimbledon Common parkrun started on 6th January 2007, and since then 11,882 different runners, including participants from 504 athletics clubs, have completed 86,005 runs covering a total distance of 430,025 km, and there have been 15,319 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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