Just to show parkrun is for any age, three generations of the Sadler family, aged seven to nearly 67, plus the dog (no age given!) completed our parkrun this week, five of them for the first time! Evidently they'll be back!
Well done to Isabella Hull, who celebrated her 100th with a PB, yours was our only milestone this week.
Thanks to you all for bearing with us as we trialled a new finish funnel and scanner approach, we're still working on it, so thanks for your feedback.
February 2 is our 600th, we'll be heading across to Wrangthorn Church afterwards, where they have offered to host our celebration and provide hot drinks and cake, let us know if you plan to join us, so we can make sure we have enough cake! It'll be an informal gathering, so just come along and enjoy yourselves!
This week 541 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 59 were first timers and 84 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 42 different clubs took part.
The event was made possible by 27 volunteers:
Andrew HARDAKER • Claudia BAUER • Phil HAMMOND • Ralph KIDNER • Helen NOYES • Robyn JOHNSON • Nick BROWN • Rolf NEUGEBAUER • Barry COTTAM • Rob WEBSTER • Curtis PARKER-MILNES • George WEBSTER • Mark HADDRILL • Kate SOLOMON • Steven BEARDMORE • Kathryn RENTON • Dominic CHADWICK • Jessica MCGRAGHAN • Michael VISSER • Terence Michael BALDWINSON • Jonathan CONEY • Hanna GUL ONGUN • Rafet ONGUN • Jennifer DEAKIN • Curtis LEDGER • Alastair HUGHES • Josh SMART
Full results and a complete event history can be found on the Woodhouse Moor parkrun Results Page.
The female record is held by Lizzie BROWNE who recorded a time of 16:25 on 23rd July 2011 (event number 196).
The male record is held by Dan GARBUTT who recorded a time of 14:58 on 25th February 2012 (event number 229).
The Age Grade course record is held by Treena JOHNSON who recorded 96.49% (18:31) on 12th August 2017 (event number 521).
Woodhouse Moor parkrun started on 6th October 2007. Since then 22,438 participants have completed 177,873 parkruns covering a total distance of 889,365 km, including 30,255 new Personal Bests. A total of 1,818 individuals have volunteered 10,451 times.