The rain held off today for the 64 runners and walkers that came to complete event 34, at Bethlem Royal Hospital. An amazing 23 of these were first timers to this event, and two people started their parkrun journey. A very warm welcome to you all, and well done for completing your first event here today.
6 people recorded new Personal Bests, in tough conditions. Representatives of 16 different clubs took part.
We were really pleased to welcome a group of junior doctors from the hospital today. A special well done to Dr. Will Marsh, who was first over the line today in a time of 20:07. Female course record holder Ellie Osmond was first female today, her fifth first position in her fifth outing here, in a time of 21:10.
A massive thank you to the amazing volunteer team as always:
Anna ADAMS; David CANNON; Paul CREGG; Marcus ELWES; Jackie GANLEY; Kev HOWARTH; Christopher JACKSON; Karen MERCER; Gary O'NEILL; Simon POWELL; Sarah REGAN; Gillian SELMAN; Isabella SHORT; Janet SIMMS; Terri SHOTTON; Roy TAIT; Anne UNSELD; Mary YATES.
Volunteer Kev marshalling and pumping out the tunes in the second field!
Volunteering at parkrun is great fun and we would love you to join us! If you would like to volunteer please send an email to our volunteer co-ordinator Jackie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Core Team had the opportunity to refresh their lifesaving skills after the parkrun this morning and take part in defibrillator training. Thank you so much to Keith for this morning's informative session, and to Core Team member Mary for arranging this for us!
Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Bethlem Royal Hospital parkrun Results Page.
The female record is held by Ellie OSMOND who recorded a time of 19:56 on 3rd August 2019 (event number 10).
The male record is held by Andy BOND who recorded a time of 16:35 on 7th September 2019 (event number 15).
The Age Grade course record is held by Clare ELMS who recorded 88.09% (20:17) on 25th December 2019 (event number 31).
Bethlem Royal Hospital parkrun started on 25th May 2019. Since then 2,087 participants have completed 4,230 parkruns covering a total distance of 21,150 km, including 582 new Personal Bests. A total of 163 individuals have volunteered 612 times.