Event Number 162 – 06th July 2019

Belton House parkrun
Event number 162
6th July 2019

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The Grantham Running Club takeover provided a perfect opportunity for me to take the mantle of Run Director, this was great training readying me for the start-up of junior parkrun which will take place in Wyndham Park this autumn. With regular park run attendee & fellow Run Director Andrew Pask assisting me, the event went relatively smoothly, with only the weather choosing to not play ball. Rain however was not going to stop the 44 volunteers, who were mostly members of GRC from ensuring that the event was a great success, with people commenting on how much they enjoyed having pacers to assist them in trying to obtain their PB’s and that the marshals were a great encouragement. I would like to take this opportunity to thanks everyone for their help and patience in assisting me to be Run Director this week and a huge thank you to the GRC members who volunteered and also brought some wonderful cake for us to enjoy afterwards! I look forward to seeing you more at future parkrun events.
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CAKE! and there was plenty more of that we shared round the parkland before cutting this tasty bake in the cafe and shared round
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40 minute pacer Vicki Honey (pictured above) a big thank you to all of the pacers giving up their own run's and time and hope they helped with a huge 107 PB's this week!
Pacer 20 - Joe Clark
Pacer 22 - Chris Limmer
Pacer 24 - Phil Devine
Pacer 26 - Hannah San Jose
Pacer 28 - Rosalind Sandler
Pacer 30 - Craig Dury
Pacer 32 - Tracey Webb
Pacer 34 - Sarah High
Pacer 36 - Sammy French
Pacer 38 - Stephen Fay
Pacer 40 - Vicky Honey
This week 385 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 31 where first timers, 9 visited Belton House parkrun for the first time including Lucas and Mantas with their home parkrun being Lincoln. Welcome all and hope to see you all back soon. Representatives of 26 different clubs took part.

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Lots of milestones this week, starting with Jacob Clark (JNR) completing his 10th Milestone (pictured above) age 7 with a new PB of 34:27.
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4 people completed their 50th milestones
David ROBINSON, Sonya Hendy-Ibis from Notts Womans Runners (pictured above), Anthony Pearson and Mark Tucker from Grantham Athetics club.
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Last but by far least joining the 100th milestone club this week are George Hatten from Grantham Athletics Club, Paul Dumfree and Tracy Webb from Grantham Running Club who combined joining her 100th run with her 25th volunteering stint with pacing! so also gains her purple Tshirt (pictured above)
Well done to all who joined the milestone clubs this week, long may it continue.

44 volunteers this week, big shout out to all :-)
Christopher LIMMER • Andrew PASK • Gordon GEACH • Penny HODGES • Sarah HIGH • Rosalind SADLER • Mark WILSON • Vicky WILLAN • Joe CLARKE • Gav MEADOWS • Phil DEVINE • Angela CARR • Stephen FAY • Paul JEPSON • Kirsty CARTER • Kathleen JEPSON • Stewart PICK • Simon HARTLEY • Katie THRELFALL • Stuart BATY • Samuel JEPSON-RIVERS • Claire MARTIN • Hannah SAN JOSE • Naomi JEPSON-RIVERS • Craig DRURY • Casper CARLEY • Samantha FRENCH • Matt RANDS • Claire FRITZ • Grace JOHNSTON • Tracy WEBB • Suzanne HARDY • Louise KENNEDY • Edina BURNS • Diana MCDONALD • Shaun PARKES • Henrietta MCCABE • Anthony BOYLE • Sam DODWELL • Paula EBBINS • Catherine WALLACE • Alexandra PLATT • Howard RUDDER • Dale TOWNING

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

The female record is held by Naomi COLLIER who recorded a time of 18:14 on 24th December 2016 (event number 51).
The male record is held by Thomas TRIMBLE who recorded a time of 14:54 on 16th February 2019 (event number 148).
The Age Grade course record is held by Barbara EVELING who recorded 94.24% (25:44) on 21st April 2018 (event number 110).

Belton House parkrun started on 7th November 2015. Since then 7,626 participants have completed 43,408 parkruns covering a total distance of 217,040 km, including 9,586 new Personal Bests. A total of 632 individuals have volunteered 3,487 times.