parkrun report – 2nd November 2019 by Helen PICKERING

Brueton parkrun
Event number 485
2nd November 2019

Report

This week 235 people ran, jogged and walked the course. You’ll notice that’s a lot
lower than usual, hardly surprising given the miserable weather and the small matter
of England playing in the Rugby World Cup final. (The less said about the result, the
better, so I’ll move on now…)

I was not one of those present, as I was searching the streets of Manhattan at 5am for
an Irish bar which was showing the match. I was in New York to run my first ever
marathon on Sunday. I’ve been training for months and was aiming for a time of 4:30
but was struggling to maintain the pace required on my long runs. Even a somewhat
slower time went out the window when I sprained my ankle two months to the day
before the race. I was immediately worried that I wouldn’t be able to make the
marathon but following advice from my physio I was able to go. Given that I hadn’t
run further than 4.5 miles since August I was amazed to be able to get round the
course without stopping or walking, albeit a lot slower than I would have liked. A
great race with incredible crowd support! I hope to be back at parkrun in the next
couple of weeks.

Speaking of parkrun, Saturday saw 10 were first timers and 19 participants recorded
new Personal Bests.

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Representatives of 20 different clubs took part and in 20th place was Andrew KARR.
Andrew has run 61 parkruns and finishing in 61st was Katie STEAD. There were 19
new Personal Bests and in 19th was Graham WYNNE. Graham has run 223 parkruns
and in 223rd place was an UNKNOWN runner. Don’t forget your barcode folks! There
were 45 fantastic volunteers standing out in the rain (not me, I was asleep in New
York – the advantage of being the run report writer!) and in 45th was Garfield
KENNEDY
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New run club members

50 - Stephanie COOMBS
100 - Louise MCEVOY
250 - Jenni TOMKINSON

New volunteer club members

25 - Caroline ATKINS
25 - Julie BROOKS

Your volunteer team this week

Abigail BEDNALL • Adam HAYES • Alexander HOWE • Alice MONKSFIELD • Andrew LUCAS • Anthony DUTTON • Ben BROOKS • Ben WHITTAKER • Brian STEELE • Caroline ATKINS • Chris ATKINS • Chris PLESTER • Chris RAW • Ciara GAHAN • Colin RICKWOOD • David PAULIN • David RALPH • Edward TRUMAN • Eoghan DUNNION • Harrison HARPER • Helen PICKERING • Jessica GRIZZELL • Jim MCGRATH • Jo TORK • Joel TODD • John A COOPER • Joseph PEDLEY • Julie BROOKS • Kate THOMPSON • Leanne NEAL • Linda Michele WHITEHEAD • Mark REATH • Mark WIGGINS • Paul WEBSTER • Pete MAKEPEACE • Poppy BAMFORD • Rohan BANSAL • Samuel LEACH • Samuel SATODIA • Sarah ROCK-WEBSTER • Sarah TAYLOR • Stephen BLAND • Stephen BOOT • Suna OZSOY • Thomas OCONNOR

Solihull parkruns in numbers

Total Finishers - 328
Volunteers - 60
Personal Bests - 28
First Timers to the events - 48 (includes 6 brand new parkrunners - 5 @ Brueton, 1 @ Babbs Mill)

Official report

Brueton parkrun
Event number 485
2nd November 2019
This week 235 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 10 were first timers and 19 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 20 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 45 volunteers:

Sarah ROCK-WEBSTER • David PAULIN • Pete MAKEPEACE • Linda Michele WHITEHEAD • Andrew LUCAS • Alice MONKSFIELD • Mark REATH • Brian STEELE • Leanne NEAL • Chris PLESTER • Anthony DUTTON • Julie BROOKS • Ben BROOKS • Paul WEBSTER • Ciara GAHAN • John A COOPER • Jim MCGRATH • Suna OZSOY • David RALPH • Caroline ATKINS • Edward TRUMAN • Helen PICKERING • Kate THOMPSON • Jo TORK • Stephen BOOT • Chris RAW • Colin RICKWOOD • Poppy BAMFORD • Abigail BEDNALL • Jessica GRIZZELL • Chris ATKINS • Samuel SATODIA • Ben WHITTAKER • Adam HAYES • Stephen BLAND • Samuel LEACH • Thomas OCONNOR • Rohan BANSAL • Mark WIGGINS • Eoghan DUNNION • Joseph PEDLEY • Sarah TAYLOR • Harrison HARPER • Alexander HOWE • Joel TODD

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

The female record is held by Katrina WOOTTON who recorded a time of 16:20 on 12th August 2017 (event number 371), and by Hayley CARRUTHERS who also recorded a time of 16:20 on 30th March 2019 (event number 454).
The male record is held by Omer AHMED who recorded a time of 14:26 on 29th June 2019 (event number 467).
The Age Grade course record is held by Sheila CAREY who recorded 97.16% (21:06) on 18th September 2010 (event number 9).

Brueton parkrun started on 24th July 2010. Since then 15,510 participants have completed 150,054 parkruns covering a total distance of 750,270 km, including 24,281 new Personal Bests. A total of 1,161 individuals have volunteered 12,910 times.

 

parkrun report – 26th October 2019 by Pippin

Brueton parkrun
Event number 484
26th October 2019

Report
Mum says we’re going to do parkrun this morning. No idea what that is but with the words, “Park” and “Run” in the title, it has to be good, right?

The park is unusually busy for such a soggy morning and the ratio of humans to dogs is highly irregular, so forgive me if I’m feeling a little bit sceptical right now. Although there’s a tall handsome looking fellow sporting a shiny red collar over by the tennis courts, must try a sneaky sniff of that butt if I can get close enough.

Ok, so we’re all gathered here, what happens now? Wow! Who knew humans could move so fast! Maybe this is going to be fun after all.

This is so cool! Thirty minutes later and mum’s still running with me, I’ll remember this next time she asks me to fetch the tennis ball, she’s perfectly capable of doing it herself.

It’s finished and everyone is telling me what a “good girl” I am, and making a fuss of me. Could this get any better! I can’t wait until next week, when apparently I get to do it all again. I’ll have to remind mum to keep me on my short lead though, as I spotted a couple of tasty looking squirrels along the way, which could easily have distracted me and I’d hate to trip anyone up.

Anyway, I’m off to introduce myself Mr Shiny Red Collar, hope to see you all soon.

Pippin
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Pippin's random selection

On my next birthday I shall be a sprightly 11 years of age.
In 11th place today was Chris Hogg completing his 178th Parkrun, whilst in 178th place was Sue McKeon completing her 11th run, in a time of 29:11.
In 29th place today was David Rice, setting himself a new PB, congratulations.
Also achieving a PB of 23:05 today was Samuel Stutton, finishing in 42nd place, crossing the line just in front of first timer Colin Way. Welcome to Brueton, I hope you weren’t put off by the weather.

All PB's this week;

Position 14 - Matthew HUGHES in 20:56
Position 105 Sandra BOOT in 26:10
Position 202 Reside OZSOY in 29:49
Position 302 Suresh NALLAN in 36:19
Position 315 Gemma HENBEST in 37:31

New run club members

50 - Peter SHACKLADY
50 - Sarah HUGHES
50 - Eren AKGUL
100 - Reside OZSOY

Your volunteer team this week

Aarav DHIR • Abigail BEDNALL • Adam HAYES • Alexander HOWE • Alice MONKSFIELD • Ben BEDNALL • Brian STEELE • Cameron BROWN • Chris RAW • Ciara GAHAN • Colin RICKWOOD • David RALPH • Dawn PHILPOTT • Derek LOMAX • Dominic COOK • Edward TRUMAN • Edwin BRAY • Eoghan DUNNION • Gary POLHILL • Harrison HARPER • Jane WRIGHT • Jessica GRIZZELL • Joanne Margaret BROWN • Joel TODD • John A COOPER • John WATKINSON • Karen RATCLIFFE • Katie STEAD • Kitty ILES • Lesley SMITH • Mark WIGGINS • Martin HANCOCK • Miles HUMPHREY • Neil WRIGHT • Rohan BANSAL • Sally HYDE LOMAX • Sarah TAYLOR • Sean LYNCH • Sonia JAMES • Stephen BLAND • Suna OZSOY • Tanya MURPHY

Solihull parkruns in numbers

Total Finishers - 410
Volunteers - 62
Personal Bests - 50
First Timers to the events - 60 (includes 9 brand new parkrunners - 7 @ Brueton, 2 @ Babbs Mill)

Official report

Brueton parkrun
Event number 484
26th October 2019
This week 340 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 37 were first timers and 37 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 26 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 43 volunteers:

Tanya MURPHY • Joanne Margaret BROWN • Karen RATCLIFFE • Martin HANCOCK • Katie STEAD • Andrew LUCAS • Alice MONKSFIELD • Cameron BROWN • Brian STEELE • Sean LYNCH • Ciara GAHAN • John A COOPER • Kitty ILES • Suna OZSOY • David RALPH • Miles HUMPHREY • Edward TRUMAN • Edwin BRAY • Dawn PHILPOTT • Chris RAW • Colin RICKWOOD • Lesley SMITH • Dominic COOK • Jane WRIGHT • Abigail BEDNALL • Jessica GRIZZELL • Neil WRIGHT • Adam HAYES • Stephen BLAND • Aarav DHIR • Sally HYDE LOMAX • Derek LOMAX • Rohan BANSAL • Mark WIGGINS • Sonia JAMES • Gary POLHILL • Eoghan DUNNION • Ben BEDNALL • Sarah TAYLOR • Harrison HARPER • Alexander HOWE • John WATKINSON • Joel TODD

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

The female record is held by Katrina WOOTTON who recorded a time of 16:20 on 12th August 2017 (event number 371), and by Hayley CARRUTHERS who also recorded a time of 16:20 on 30th March 2019 (event number 454).
The male record is held by Omer AHMED who recorded a time of 14:26 on 29th June 2019 (event number 467).
The Age Grade course record is held by Sheila CAREY who recorded 97.16% (21:06) on 18th September 2010 (event number 9).

Brueton parkrun started on 24th July 2010. Since then 15,500 participants have completed 149,819 parkruns covering a total distance of 749,095 km, including 24,261 new Personal Bests. A total of 1,161 individuals have volunteered 12,865 times.

 

parkrun report – 19th October 2019 by Adam HAYES

Brueton parkrun
Event number 483
19th October 2019

Report

This Saturday, 428 people (including 24 first timers ) ran, walked and jogged the Brueton parkrun course. It was ideal “exercise weather” resulting in 64 recorded PB’s.
The numbers were slightly down, probably due to it clashing with England playing Australia in the Rugby World Cup quarter finals. Of course, England beat Australia 40-16! This coming Saturday England’s semi finals match with New Zealand also clashes with parkrun!
This parkrun was 12 days before Britain attempts to leave the EU again!
Saturday was a good day for running because the weather was chilly, but dry. On the Sunday, I was played a badminton match for my club, and I won all 3 games I played. Unfortunately, that morning I was playing a rugby match against Tamworth, and my team lost.

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England won 40-16 and the closest to 40:16 was Joan IBLE with a time of 40:44.
With 12 days till Brexit, in 12th was Paul BENTLEY with 19:57.
It was the legendary Margaret SMITH’s 335th run and in 335th was Sally WALTON with 33:40
There were 2 vegan runners and in 2nd was Habib FARAZMAND with 18:40
In 184th place was Chris WAKE with 27:59

New run club members

50 - Gareth DANIEL
50 - Richard SAVAGE
50 - Tanya HILL
100 - Manjit UPPAL
100 - Paul MCGRORY

Your volunteer team this week

Thanks to this week’s volunteers:
Aarav DHIR • Adam HAYES • Alexander HOWE • Alexander MULLEN • Alice MONKSFIELD • Andrew LUCAS • Andy MANNING • Bhavya KAPADIA • Brian STEELE • Chris PLESTER • Chris RAW • Ciara GAHAN • Colin RICKWOOD • David MOORE • David RALPH • Edward TRUMAN • Elizabeth POMFRET • Eoghan DUNNION • Harrison HARPER • John A COOPER • Katie STEAD • Kay ADENIPEKUN • Lissy CALVERT • Lorraine Janet SAUNDERS • Louise TAYLOR • Mandy MOORE • Mark WIGGINS • Miles HUMPHREY • Neil BOWLER • Neil LETHAM • Paul BENTLEY • Rahema MAMODO • Robert STEWART • Rohan BANSAL • Samuel LEACH • Samuel SATODIA • Sarah CATTELL • Sarah TAYLOR • Siobhan COTTER • Stephen BLAND • Stephen RAY • Suna OZSOY

Solihull parkruns in numbers

Total Finishers - 544
Volunteers - 62
Personal Bests - 141
First Timers to the events - 106 (includes 35 brand new parkrunners - 28 @ Brueton, 7 @ Babbs Mill)
Official report

This week 428 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 24 were first timers and 64 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 25 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 42 volunteers:

Lorraine Janet SAUNDERS • Sarah CATTELL • Katie STEAD • Andrew LUCAS • Alice MONKSFIELD • Andy MANNING • Neil LETHAM • Brian STEELE • Chris PLESTER • Louise TAYLOR • Neil BOWLER • Ciara GAHAN • John A COOPER • Lissy CALVERT • Suna OZSOY • David RALPH • Miles HUMPHREY • Edward TRUMAN • Stephen RAY • Siobhan COTTER • Chris RAW • Kay ADENIPEKUN • Colin RICKWOOD • David MOORE • Mandy MOORE • Robert STEWART • Paul BENTLEY • Samuel SATODIA • Adam HAYES • Stephen BLAND • Elizabeth POMFRET • Samuel LEACH • Aarav DHIR • Rohan BANSAL • Mark WIGGINS • Eoghan DUNNION • Bhavya KAPADIA • Rahema MAMODO • Sarah TAYLOR • Harrison HARPER • Alexander HOWE • Alexander MULLEN

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

The female record is held by Katrina WOOTTON who recorded a time of 16:20 on 12th August 2017 (event number 371), and by Hayley CARRUTHERS who also recorded a time of 16:20 on 30th March 2019 (event number 454).
The male record is held by Omer AHMED who recorded a time of 14:26 on 29th June 2019 (event number 467).
The Age Grade course record is held by Sheila CAREY who recorded 97.16% (21:06) on 18th September 2010 (event number 9).

Brueton parkrun started on 24th July 2010. Since then 15,463 participants have completed 149,479 parkruns covering a total distance of 747,395 km, including 24,223 new Personal Bests. A total of 1,159 individuals have volunteered 12,822 times.

 

parkrun report – 5th October 2019 by Amanda CREES

Brueton parkrun
Event number 481
5th October 2019

Report
parkrun was founded by Paul SINTON-HEWITT on 2 October 2004 at Bushy Park in London, England. 13 runners took part in what was originally called the Bushy Park Time Trial. Since then more than 4,029,568 individual runners have registered and more than 515,283 total individuals have volunteered at parkrun events in 21 different countries around the world.

On Saturday 5th October 2019 572 people took part at Brueton Parkrun event number 481. Of those 50 were first timers and 90 recorded PBs. Conditions were perfect for running, jogging or walking around the park; dry, not too hot, not too cool and barely a breeze blowing. The trees still in leaf but beginning to hint at their autumn colours.

This was my 93rd parkrun, my 79th at Brueton and as ever I was overwhelmed with the great sense of community parkrun engenders. I have been a tourist at 12 different events around this country and one in Germany. Wherever I have visited has had its unique hallmark but the golden thread running through every event has been the diversity of age and inclusivity of abilities; the great spirit of parkrun.

Before I left the house to run, I was listening to a piece on the radio celebrating 15 years of parkrun. Listeners were phoning and texting in with their stories of lives changed by parkrun; weight lost, fitness found, type 2 diabetes reversed, mental health improved, loneliness overcome, partners met and married to name just a few. Really inspirational stuff! Paul SINTON-HEWITT and his 12 fellow runners from 15 years ago have transformed the lives of so many people for the better.

In my opinion, it is true to say that the best things in life are free! May parkrun keep growing and encouraging even wider participation for many years to come. Many happy returns!

Amanda

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15 - In 15th place Sander MAAS in 19.47.
481 - in 481st place, Unknown runner. DFYB!
93 - In 93rd place, Paul JONES with a new PB of 23.36
parkrun started on 2.10.04, in 210th place, Jonathan BENNETT with a new PB of 26.55.
342 -just so runners in the 300s aren’t left out, 342nd place went to Melissa MCCALLA in 30.25

New run club members

50 - Genette WHITE
50 - Mark DANIELS
250 - Gareth WAINWRIGHT
250 - Nick SEAGRAVE

Your volunteer team this week

Special thanks to this week’s heroes in high-vis:

Aarav DHIR • Aaron MCCRONE • Adam HAYES • Akgun OZSOY • Amanda CREES • Andrew LUCAS • Ann TOLCHER • Anne HUGHES • Ben BEDNALL • Bhavya KAPADIA • Brian STEELE • Caroline ATKINS • Chris ATKINS • Chris PLESTER • Chris RAW • Ciara GAHAN • Colin RICKWOOD • Derek LOMAX • Dominic COOK • Elizabeth POMFRET • Gary POLHILL • Gillian WATKINSON • Jeff MOSFORTH • Joanne THORNTON • John A COOPER • Katie STEAD • Lucia EGUIGUREN WRAY • Mark WIGGINS • Miles HUMPHREY • Nick HANSON • Paul BENTLEY • Poppy BAMFORD • Robert STEWART • Rohan BANSAL • Sally HYDE LOMAX • Sally WALTON • Samantha EDGINTON • Samuel LEACH • Samuel SATODIA • Sandra BOOT • Sarah SASSE • Sarah TAYLOR • Stephanie COOMBS • Stephen BLAND • Stephen BOOT • Thomas OCONNOR • Traci HATCH

Solihull parkruns in numbers

Total Finishers - 715
Volunteers - 62
Personal Bests - 141
First Timers to the events - 106 (includes 35 brand new parkrunners - 28 @ Brueton, 7 @ Babbs Mill)

Official report
Brueton parkrun
Event number 481
5th October 2019

This week 572 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 50 were first timers and 90 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 39 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 47 volunteers:

Joanne THORNTON • Akgun OZSOY • Anne HUGHES • Nick HANSON • Katie STEAD • Andrew LUCAS • Sarah SASSE • Brian STEELE • Sally WALTON • Chris PLESTER • Ciara GAHAN • Jeff MOSFORTH • John A COOPER • Caroline ATKINS • Sandra BOOT • Miles HUMPHREY • Stephen BOOT • Chris RAW • Traci HATCH • Colin RICKWOOD • Poppy BAMFORD • Robert STEWART • Amanda CREES • Paul BENTLEY • Dominic COOK • Aaron MCCRONE • Chris ATKINS • Samuel SATODIA • Adam HAYES • Stephen BLAND • Samantha EDGINTON • Elizabeth POMFRET • Samuel LEACH • Thomas OCONNOR • Aarav DHIR • Lucia EGUIGUREN WRAY • Ann TOLCHER • Sally HYDE LOMAX • Derek LOMAX • Rohan BANSAL • Mark WIGGINS • Gary POLHILL • Stephanie COOMBS • Gillian WATKINSON • Ben BEDNALL • Bhavya KAPADIA • Sarah TAYLOR

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

The female record is held by Katrina WOOTTON who recorded a time of 16:20 on 12th August 2017 (event number 371), and by Hayley CARRUTHERS who also recorded a time of 16:20 on 30th March 2019 (event number 454).
The male record is held by Omer AHMED who recorded a time of 14:26 on 29th June 2019 (event number 467).
The Age Grade course record is held by Sheila CAREY who recorded 97.16% (21:06) on 18th September 2010 (event number 9).

Brueton parkrun started on 24th July 2010. Since then 15,389 participants have completed 148,502 parkruns covering a total distance of 742,510 km, including 24,069 new Personal Bests. A total of 1,156 individuals have volunteered 12,731 times.

 

parkrun report – 28th September 2019 by Katie PRICE

Brueton parkrun
Event number 480
28th September 2019

Report
This week Brueton achieved its run 480 meaning we are getting closer to the 500 mark. An achievement we will have to celebrate in parkrun style in 20 weeks time.
I wasn’t there this week but I know you were all in the very capable hands of Caroline Edwards, our very own entertaining Run Director that gets you all in the running spirit on a cold Saturday morning.
I was taking on my 6th half marathon of the year. An achievement that 4 years ago when I tried my first parkrun I would not have thought possible. That first week I was late, I had just returned from America so was feeling very unfit, and I ended up walking every few minutes. But it only got better, that morning was just the start of a new journey in my life.
In the last four years I have volunteered over 30 times in roles including Run Director, volunteer coordinator and tail walker. I have run over 120 times at 16 different parkruns- some weeks with a feeling of success and other weeks where I wished I hadn’t got out of bed because every muscle has hurt, but I’ve always gone home with a sense of some achievement, no matter how big or small.
In that time, I have joined our local running club, become the wellbeing officer, a run leader, mental health champion and now this weekend a running coach. I have taken on my biggest ever achievement of running a full marathon in the last year, but the best thing parkrun has given me is a ‘new me’ and many new friends.
parkrun has helped me with managing my anxieties, although some days I still get a sense of anxiety even on the walk from the car, but I always go home feeling better.
All these achievements which started with an August post holiday run with just a goal to try and get fit.
The community in parkrun has shown to me and many friends that it is a supportive community where everyone is encouraged and made to feel welcome no matter what your personal goal or situation is.
Today 44 volunteers gave something back to the 558 runners to ensure the morning ran smoothly with everyone achieving their own personal achievements
21 people tried Brueton for their very first parkrun. To those people, it only takes one time like I did four years ago to take on new challenges and life changes. Welcome to the world of parkrun.
We had 24 visitors who wanted to expand on their ‘parkrun tourism’ challenges including Matt Lambe from Sandwell Valley parkrun that completed his 35 th different event; Glenn and Cat Smith came from Conkers parkrun for their 31 st different event and John Hennesey from Worcester made us his 12 th different event. Parkrun tourism has become a bit of an obsession for myself. I’m working on the A-Z of parkruns and I have dragged my husband to
16 different ones so far.
We had visitors from Newcastle upon Tyne; Tamworth; Poole; Leicester and Southampton, this week, welcome to you all. I hope you enjoyed your visit.
This week also saw an amazing 66 different runners get themselves a PB, I’m guessing they all had their own personal challenge and achievement this week, so well done to them.
We also had Peter Collins achieving an amazing 398 parkruns, wow that is some commitment. Maybe we should ask him to write a report with his tales and experiences.

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If you've ever thought of joining a running club, here's the 5 clubs who have had the most registered participants at Brueton. Maybe consider contacting them(or others)about potential membership? I'm sure they'd love to hear from you.

This Girl Runs - Solihull
Knowle and Dorridge Running Club
Solihull and Small Heath AC
Kings Heath Running Club
Massey Ferguson RC

New run club members
junior 10 - Frank FAIZEY
junior 10 - Harry MITCHELL
junior 10 - Joshua OLDFIELD
50 - Andrew MITCHAM
50 - Elizabeth FRASER
50 - Emily LOMAX
50 - Oliver COOPER
100 - Chris DUNCAN
250 - Ann SPANN

Your volunteer team this week
Aarav DHIR • Aaron MCCRONE • Abigail BEDNALL • Adam HAYES • Allan MASON • Andy JOHNSON • Ben BEDNALL • Ben WHITTAKER • Bhavya KAPADIA • Brian STEELE • Caroline ATKINS • Caroline EDWARDS • Chris ATKINS • Chris RAW • Ciara GAHAN • Colin RICKWOOD • Coralie NEWMAN • David PARTRIDGE • David RALPH • Dominic COOK • Elizabeth POMFRET • Gary POLHILL • Graham EDWARDS • Helena SMITH • Jane POMFRET • Joanne THORNTON • John A COOPER • Katie PRICE • Lissy CALVERT • Lucia EGUIGUREN WRAY • Mark REATH • Mark WIGGINS • Michael MAHER • Michael WHATLEY • Richard SMITH • Samuel LEACH • Samuel SATODIA • Sarah TAYLOR • Sonia JAMES • Stephanie COOMBS • Stephen BLAND • Stephen RAY • William MAIDMENT

Solihull parkruns in numbers
Solihull parkruns in numbers
Total Finishers - 726
Volunteers - 60
Personal Bests - 90
First Timers to the events - 155 (includes 41 brand new parkrunners - 21 @ Brueton, 20 @ Babbs Mill)

Official reportThis week 558 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 44 were first timers and 67 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 27 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 44 volunteers:

Joanne THORNTON • Andrew LUCAS • Mark REATH • Brian STEELE • Andy JOHNSON • William MAIDMENT • Michael MAHER • Ciara GAHAN • John A COOPER • Lissy CALVERT • David RALPH • Caroline ATKINS • Graham EDWARDS • Michael WHATLEY • Caroline EDWARDS • Stephen RAY • Coralie NEWMAN • Allan MASON • Chris RAW • Katie PRICE • Helena SMITH • Richard SMITH • Colin RICKWOOD • Dominic COOK • Aaron MCCRONE • Abigail BEDNALL • Chris ATKINS • Samuel SATODIA • Ben WHITTAKER • David PARTRIDGE • Adam HAYES • Stephen BLAND • Jane POMFRET • Elizabeth POMFRET • Samuel LEACH • Aarav DHIR • Lucia EGUIGUREN WRAY • Mark WIGGINS • Sonia JAMES • Gary POLHILL • Stephanie COOMBS • Ben BEDNALL • Bhavya KAPADIA • Sarah TAYLOR

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

The female record is held by Katrina WOOTTON who recorded a time of 16:20 on 12th August 2017 (event number 371), and by Hayley CARRUTHERS who also recorded a time of 16:20 on 30th March 2019 (event number 454).
The male record is held by Omer AHMED who recorded a time of 14:26 on 29th June 2019 (event number 467).
The Age Grade course record is held by Sheila CAREY who recorded 97.16% (21:06) on 18th September 2010 (event number 9).

Brueton parkrun started on 24th July 2010. Since then 15,339 participants have completed 147,930 parkruns covering a total distance of 739,650 km, including 23,979 new Personal Bests. A total of 1,153 individuals have volunteered 12,684 times.

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