Run Report Event No 814 – 9 November 2019

First Frost of the Season

A lovely crisp and rather chilly autumn day greeted us this morning.

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Arriving at 8.30, the park was still shrouded in fog, but the sun threatened to break through. Thanks to Rodney McCulloch for the two beautifully taken photos.

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Fifteen minutes later, and the fog melted away just in time for Nick to give his briefing to the first timers.

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Meanwhile, back at the finish, Ray was giving funnel management instructions to two of our wonderful Duke of Edinburgh volunteers.

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This week, we were all very fortunate that 19 lovely DofE young people got out of bed early on a Saturday morning to help ensure the smooth running of Bushy parkrun. Without their help, we would be struggling for volunteers some weeks. If you would like to help as a marshal or scanner or in one of the many other positions, please sign up as a volunteer. You don't have to help on a regular basis, just every now and then is fine, there is no commitment. Have a look at the volunteer rota which is available on the Bushy parkrun website under 'Volunteering' https://www.parkrun.org.uk/bushy/futureroster and see if there is anything you fancy. Drop an email to Pat at bushyhelpers@parkrun.com and he will add your name.

Many thanks to all the volunteers this week:

Anand AGGARWAL, Joy BELL, Jack BENNETT, Nick BLANCHARD, Ted BRAMPTON, Tony CATON, Carolyn COOPER-BURROWS, Lucas CURTIS, Lola DACHTLER, William DUMBRELL, Alex DUMBRELL, Paddy FITZPATRICK, Ray FRANKS, Janice FRANKS, Christine FRY, Paige GOODWIN, Stella HAMMOND, Samantha HANLEY, Olivia HEATLEY, David HOPPE, Andrew HOWARTH, Emilie HOWES, Gabriel HUXLEY-JENNINGS, Lucy KATESMARK, Bert KIDWELL, Katie KNOTT, Catelin LE FRANC, Margaret LE FRANC, Selma LEE, Angela MACSON, Stephen MARFLEET, Fiona MCANENA, Steve MILLER, Trevor MITCHELL, Grace MORENO-MASEY, Diane MULLEN, Zainab OSAMA, Meera PANCHARATNAM, Hannah ROBERTSON, Nick ROWE, Anna SAVILL, Nick SAVILL, Merran SELL, James SELL, Julie SMITH, Jonathan SMITH, Jonty STEGMANN, Carol SWAFFER, Lucy THATCHER, Alex TICKELL, Lia TYNAN, Colby WALLACE WATERSON, Simon WALLWORK, James Oliver WELCH, James WHISTLER, Dorrie WHITING, Andrew John WINGATE

AN APPEAL on behalf of WRAP UP LONDON

Some of you may have noticed Bushy parkrun regular Julie Papworth, stuffing coats into her boot this morning. This is because Julie has kindly volunteered to collect unwanted coats on behalf of the Wrap up London appeal. Coats are then distributed to homeless people who may be very much in need as the weather gets colder. If you are able to donate an unwanted coat to the appeal, Julie will again be collecting at Bushy parkrun on Saturday 16th November. You will be able to find Julie by the Volunteer Station (bin)! In case you are unsure who Julie is - see below.  Thank you for your support.

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....and now to the run

A total of 1331 of us set off at 9.00am to enjoy what had become a lovely morning (of course, it's parkrun day).

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Amongst our numbers were 32 First Timers - welcome to you all, hope you enjoyed it and will be back next week. One first timer who definitely had a good time was Georgina who was encouraged to come along to parkrun by her friend Neo.

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Another First Timer to be congratulated is Sophie. She had been round before in a buggy, but this was the first time she had gone round on two feet - brilliant, especially as Sophie is only 5 years old, well done Sophie.

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MILESTONES

10 RUNS

Junior runners who will be getting their 10 tee-shirts:

Isla, (JW 11-14) a Durham City Harrier, who was visiting today with her family and friends (you can see her picture in 'Today's Visitors'). Isla has completed 24 junior and 10 senior parkruns and today ran in an impressive time of 27:04, an age grade of 61.45%. Well done Isla.

Lexi (JW 10), a Bushy parkrun regular, is also to be congratulated today. Lexi has completed 16 junior and 10 Senior parkruns - fantastic achievement, well done Lexi.

50 RUNS

Congratulations to:

Oliver JACKMAN
Kate HOLMES (visiting Bushy Park for the first time today, from usual parkrun at Richmond - welcome Kate)
Steve LORDE
Charlotte FRAMPTON
Alex MAY

I spotted Alex proudly holding his '50' balloon at the start - well done Alex.

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100 RUNS

Lorna OLIVER
Annabel CROUCH
Kelly BURKE (pictured below)

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and Gavin SLATER (pictured below)

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PERSONAL BESTS

An amazing 104 of you achieved a PB this week - congratulations to you all. A special 'well done' should go to Ralph Blackbourn who has done nearly 300 runs and today achieved a PB. There is hope for us all! Well done also to Emma Poole and Georgina Lever who also achieved PBS and have both completed over 200 runs.

THE 80% AND OVER GROUP

Well done to the runners below who managed to achieve an impressive age grade of 80% and above.

Simon BAINES 88.52%
Pamela WHITTER 87.68%
Laurence DUFFY 85.10%
Andrius JAKSEVICIUS 84.50%
Vincent RIVIERE 84.10%
Polly ADAMS 84.03%
Ross FRANKS 81.82%
Stephen JACKSON 81.31%
Patricia RONKSLEY 81.15%
Luke PIKETT 81.06%
Jonathan MAINWARING 80.88%
Szymon CHOJNACKI 80.75%
Shirley BUCKLEY 80.46%

SOME OF TODAY'S VISITORS

Visiting us today from Guernsey - Francis

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From Brisbane - Stuart

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From Ryazan, Russia - Anna and Constantin

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From Splinters Running Group - Clare, Karen, Alice and Jenny

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From Durham - 'Durham Mum's on the run', Abigail and Vics, Elvert Striders, Rory and Corrine, and from Durham City Harriers, Isla (10 Parkruns today) and Lewis who is one parkrun behind his sister having achieved 9 senior runs and a fantastic 30 junior parkruns. Today Lewis (JM10) also had a great run time of 24:10, and age grade of 67.66% - well done Lewis - 10 tee-shirt next week.

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From 'Parkrun Laughs' a group of runners who met on Facebook and created a Group. Their group page states that they are a group dedicated to laughing along with parkrun - what could be better?! The group today hailed from across the country, and they all looked to be fulfilling their remit - lovely to meet you.

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We also had a running champion in our midst today. Charlotte Purdue and her training group joined us for parkrun. Charlotte has an impressive career history and is the UK junior record holder for the 10,000 m with a time of 32:36.75 minutes (quicker than my 5K)! This year Charlotte was 10th in the London marathon in an amazing time of 2:25:38.

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TIME TO GO HOME

The last bar-code is scanned and the volunteers troop off for their well earned coffee at The Pheasantry

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One lucky volunteer also gets to take home all the kit - and bring it back again next week!

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A special thanks to Una who is with us whatever the weather to help collect and sort the tokens. Here she is on her way to The Pheasantry, ably assisted by Les.

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The work isn't over yet. All the tokens, all 1331 of them, have to be sorted into groups of 50 ready for next week. This is mostly done over convivial conversation, a warm drink and frequently a sneaky bacon sarnie - well that's why we run isn't it?!

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Finally, some shots of the Woodland Garden with beautiful Autumn trees, to remind us, as if we need it, how lucky we are to have such a beautiful park in which to run.

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See you next week

Stella Hammond

 

Run Report Event No 813 – 2 November 2019

When shall we three meet again...in thunder, lightning, or in rain?

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The start at 08:45 – was anyone actually going to turn up today??

 
Well maybe no thunder or lightning, but plenty of excuses to stay at home this blustery morning and plenty of the wet stuff. The forecast had a squall arriving in Bushy Park at 9am – and yes, it duly arrived just as England were kicking off against South Africa. So everyone who made the decision to watch England were probably feeling very pleased with themselves, but let’s draw a veil over what happened next! (unless you happen to hail from South Africa, in which case congratulations!)

But back to our amazing day in Bushy. I think everyone agreed that the conditions for volunteering, running or walking were some of the worst in recent memory. At times the rain was very heavy and the wind was just ridiculous. PBs were going to be as rare as hen’s teeth, weren’t they?

Not surprisingly numbers were well down this week – to just 804. Numbers not seen since the Beast from East collided with Storm Emma on 3 March 2018 when only 739 braved the snowy conditions.

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But spirits were high this morning and we had the usual band of happy tourists swollen by a coachload of very enthusiastic parkrunners from Billericay parkrun which was closed for the day due to the construction of an epic fireworks display in their park. They were delighted to have their First Timer’s Briefing presented by our very own Essex Girl, Stella HAMMOND, who wisely chose the shelter of the Lime trees to deliver her peroration.

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The Billericay massive arrive en masse…

 

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Hello Billericay!!!

 

The FTB revealed at least two people running parkrun for the very first time – what a day to choose! In fact we had an amazing 17 people doing their first parkrun. As well as visitors from Finland (“what’s all this fuss about the weather?”) there were people from Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Newcastle, Leicestershire, Wiltshire and Russia.
Here are some of our wonderful visitors ….

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A group of guys from the Garda who had run the Dublin Marathon last week and were revelling in the Irish conditions – “Just like home!”

 

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Ksenia was visiting from Moscow’s parkrun Butovo – enjoying the delights of the Pheasantry with Fiona and Michael.

 

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The photo frame is always a hit

 

Volunteers

Making his solo Run Director debut this week was Tim Bowden. What a week to take the reins with lots of challenges presented by the conditions, but Tim did a great job supported as ever by a fantastic team of volunteers. Also hats off to the brilliant marshals and funnel managers, exposed as they were to the British weather. The scanning devices struggled in the rain - but they all worked! And frankly token sorting was postponed to allow them to dry out – thanks Jan and Ray!

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Tim Bowden on his RD debut with fellow debutante DoE volunteer Meera

 

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Sue nearly gets blown away

 

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Signage is all important

 

A first-time volunteer said something surprising to me last week – they were nervous about doing it and had hesitated about putting their name forward for fear of doing it wrong. But having done it they were so pleased and felt so rewarded. If you have any doubts about volunteering, all all I can say is – just do it, and you won’t regret it. All the roles are very straightforward and for things like scanning there is always someone to show you the ropes. There is a hugely supportive bunch of people and contrary to the impression, we do need people to step forward. It’s also scientifically proved to be good for you as the research conducted for parkrun found that those people who volunteer at parkrun reported an 84% improvement to their happiness. This compared to 79% for all parkrunners. What are you waiting for?

If you fancy it, just drop an e-mail to Pat McGrath at bushyhelpers@parkrun.com and he’ll put you on the list for that week.

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Tourists and other First timers

We had an amazing 183 visitors doing Bushy for the first time with 17 of those doing their first ever parkrun – certainly it will be one they remember. We also had a host of milestones including one 250, four 100s and seven 50s.

 

Milestones

10 Club
Well done to Jake WELLS who was the only junior to complete their 10th run to claim the pristine white shirt. High fives to you.
50 Club
Seven runners reached the milestone of 50 this week. Well done to:

Andrew COLEY SM25-29 23:40
Sue KNOX VW50-54 24:40
George-Lewis SHAW SM20-24 25:37
Alex DUMBRELL VW45-49 31:05
Tara FAIRBAIRN VW40-44 33:29
Jadie STONE VW45-49 33:34
Philip STONE VM45-49 33:35

 

100 club
Four runners joined the 100 club this week - well done to Mark OSTEN, Cecilia DE CHAVEZ, Rebecca McALEES and Charlie LLOYD. The much revered black t-shirts are on their way!

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Rebecca celebrated her 100th run in style, braving the conditions.

 

250 club
Just one runner reached the magical 250 milestone this week – congratulations to Anthony WHELAN. Anthony started his parkrun journey on 12 January 2013 and has run 118 times at Bushy, with 43 at Greenwich parkrun and 29 at Kingston.
500 club
No 500 clubbers this week. But on the verge of greatness is volunteer supremo Pat McGrath on 496…..

 

 

The results bit

 

Personal Bests

 

An amazing 41 runners achieved a PB today, which was no mean feat given the strength of the wind. Well done to:

Alex DUMBRELL VW45-49 31:05
Andy THOMAS VM50-54 22:33
Cath SWAN SW30-34 29:47
Clayton BEVAS SM20-24 29:46
Clive KITSON VM65-69 29:16
Darcie BATEMAN JW11-14 27:30
Dmitry SELEMIR VM40-44 19:18
Dylan ASKEW JM10 39:57
Emily FARR JW11-14 23:24
Ethan SHAFFELBURG JM15-17 22:29
Evelyn TRUEMAN JW10 31:58
Gareth JAMES SM25-29 29:24
Heather JONES VW50-54 28:26
Huong LE VM80-84 01:00:07
Isaac MANZ JM11-14 27:38
Jacob HORNER SM20-24 23:07
James WRIGHT SM25-29 19:45
Joshua WATSON-EVANS SM30-34 24:46
Kate BROCKLESBY VW45-49 33:26
Katie MCCARTHY JW15-17 23:20
Law CLARK VW45-49 46:28
Lily HEDLEY SW18-19 29:57
Linda ALLEN VW65-69 42:14
Mandy LANCY VW45-49 37:11
Marc BURROWS SM30-34 19:48
Maria DE LIMA SW30-34 31:35
Marta WATSON-EVANS SW25-29 28:38
Matt BROEKHUIZEN VM45-49 25:34
Millie MACEACHARN JW15-17 25:36
Ned THOMAS JM11-14 21:15
Rhodri MASON VM40-44 30:39
Russell CLARK VM45-49 25:44
Sandra GILMORE VW70-74 45:33
Sarah Louise BELL VW50-54 33:21
Stefan MEIER VM50-54 31:29
Stephen FLETCHER-GREEN VM45-49 28:45
Sue DENNISON VW50-54 30:57
Tessa STANIER JW11-14 30:41
Thomas KENNEDY VM65-69 34:16
Timothy BROOME VM35-39 25:07
William DUMBRELL JM10 31:11

 

 

 Just nine people achieved 80% age grading - awesome work by:

 

Justn REID VM50-54   84.85% 17:23
Pamela WHITTER VW55-59   83.30% 22:39
Alexa JOEL VW35-39   82.72% 18:08
Sonny MAUND JM11-14   82.54% 17:11
Andrius JAKSEVICIUS VM35-39   82.01% 16:24
Mike DENNISON VM60-64   80.45% 20:07
Martin JONES VM65-69   80.42% 20:51
Philip PEARSON VM50-54   80.39% 18:57
Polly ADAMS VW50-54   80.33% 21:57

 

 First finishers

Men

1 Andrius JAKSEVICIUS VM35-39 16:24
2 Ciaran FORDE SM25-29 16:51
3 Szymon CHOJNACKI VM35-39 16:59
4 Sonny MAUND JM11-14 17:11

Women

7 Alexa JOEL VW35-39 18:08
21 Sarah WORLEY SW25-29 19:13
27 Victoria HASLAM SW30-34 19:32
30 Kiara VALKENBURG JW15-17 19:38

 

 

Stats of the day Bushy parkrun #813

804 parkrunners – 755 identified, 49 unknown (DFYB!) (6% of the field).

How many?
• Of the 755 identified parkrunners, there were:
• 71 Juniors aged under 18 (9%)
• 114 Seniors aged 18-34 (19%)
• 570 Vets aged 35-89 (72%)
• 341 females (45%) and 414 males (55%)
NB men were slightly lower % than normal….

Weather conditions

• Umbrella quotient: 5 out of 5!!
• Temperature: 10˚C, stormy, squally conditions
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And finally, just to mention that the young woman who fell near the cricket pitches is fine. Thank you to those who helped her on the day – the parkrun community again showing its great support and human spirit. If anyone does have a problem during the run, every marshal has the Mobile No for the Run Director and the defibrillator, which is kept at the finish, can be despatched in minutes if necessary.
 

Many thanks to Wendy Stokes and Duncan Scoble for a number of the photos.

See you next week!
 

Andrew Howarth
 

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Run Report Event No 812 – 26 October 2019

Shhhh - Don't Tell Me The Score!

Two questions sprung to mind on the way to this week's event:-

Would today be our lowest attended event of the year given the pull of a world cup semi final between our national side and the rugby gods of New Zealand?

Would I be able to complete my run report gathering duties and another obligation that will enable me to watch the recording of the above 4 hours late without knowing the result?

 

The answer to both questions turned out to be not quite! Whilst the field was over 220 lighter than last week's event, and only the 2nd event this year with fewer than 1000 runners, the 897 attendees this week still outstripped the 840 strong field that endured the downpour on the 27th July.

As to the 2nd question, despite keeping the car radio off and resisting the temptation to look at my phone, and disappearing to a desert island to walk some dogs (OK not a desert island, Desborough Island), even this remote spot couldn't protect me from picking up an inkling that something miraculous had indeed occurred in Tokyo.

High winds and slate grey (not all black) skies were countered by our Run Director,  Ray "Of Sunshine" Coward, whose briefing included the news that Polly Adams was set to become the 3rd woman in the world to complete her 600th parkrun today (the first member of this exclusive club, Ramona Thevenet was also on the start line. Kirsty Bangham being the second).

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A quick reminder that our Parkrun events are totally dependent on securing a team of volunteers; there’s a wide range of roles to choose from, it’s great fun and you get to meet lots of great people and the gratitude from the participants makes it an incredibly uplifting experience. So, to the uninitiated, I would strongly urge you to Send Pat an email at bushyhelpers@parkrun.com. Big thanks to this week's magnificent team of 51:-

: Jack BENNETT, Jude BENNETT, Phil BLUER, Chris BRIMACOMBE, Mark BROCKLEHURST, Mark CARROLL, Ray COWARD, Mohammed FAIZ, Carolyn FOSTER, Ray FRANKS, Christine FRY, Joanne GREEN, John HARGEST, Olivia HEATLEY, Robby HEDGES, Helene HILL, David HOPPE, Susan HOWARTH, Andrew HOWARTH, Emilie HOWES, Gabriel HUXLEY-JENNINGS, Ann JACHMICH, Amber JACKSON, Linda KATESMARK, Lucy KATESMARK, Jack KENNEDY, Catelin LE FRANC, Margaret LE FRANC, Courtney LE FRANC, Selma LEE, Rebecca LUNN, Fiona MCANENA, Susie MCNICOL, Emma MOLENA, Diane MULLEN, Ronit NARAYAN, Zainab OSAMA, Eoin PARFITT, Lucy PORTER, Kevin QUINN, Ian RILEY, Jo ROSE, Alicia SMITH, Eva SMITH-MARTIN, Jonty STEGMANN, Wendy STOKES, Debbie TANTON, Alex TICKELL, Michael TROTT, James Oliver WELCH, Dorrie WHITING

 

 

 

 

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Of the 897, 109 chose this blustery day to run their first Bushy parkrun and 20 of these were undertaking their first ever parkrun.

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John & Amanda Wilson from Derby after their first trip to the cradle

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Tourists from Southampton

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Jeremy Burey-Abraham and Lucy Hacking - Lucy completes her 1st Bushy Pilgrimage, her 50th different event and her 100th parkrun!

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Darren & Amanda Francis from Paignton

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Claire, Darryl & Gail from Hilly Fields & Nonsuch parkruns

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Visitors from Towcester & Southampton

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More Devonians! Parkrunners visiting from Exeter

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Visitors from Eastleigh parkrun

Personal Bests

Ridiculously, given the high winds, 52 of you managed a PB today.

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Duncan Scoble (above) snaffled his 5th consecutive PB on his 244th parkrun!

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Stealing the show yet again, Peellie the rabbit, in her Halloween costume, surrounded by admirers.

Many thanks to Zainab Osama and Carol Dickinson for some of the photos.

See you soon...

Chris Brimacombe

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Christmas and New Year

We're pleased to let everyone know that as in previous years, we will be hosting a parkrun at Bushy on both Christmas Day and New Year's Day, both will start at 9am.

On Christmas Day we'll be providing minced pies and mulled wine and as usual we'll be encouraging everyone to dress up in Fancy Dress!

On New Year's Day, if you're looking to do a double, please check the Christmas Compendium for other local parkruns that are starting at a time later than 9am.

 

Run Report Event No 811 – 19 October 2019

 An even paced event

 

 

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The deadly accurate Even Pacers

 

This week at Bushy, we had even numbered pacers to help park runners target a specific time. The pacers aimed to complete the 5k at the target time they had been assigned, starting at 20 minutes and going up to 34 minutes. There were eight in total: Stefan Krueger, Krysia Smith, Rob Phillips, David Morley, Andrew Howarth, Jack Kennedy, Richard Gray and Timothy Jacob with daughter Grace.

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Milestones

 

250
We had two runners join the 250 Club this week. Step forward Richard BAGGOTT and Angela MACSON to claim your pristine green shirts.

100
Huge congratulations this week to Brett VAN GELDER, Christine SHACKLADY, Rachel SMITH and Rhiannon BOTHA for completing their 100th parkrun.

 
50
Well done also to Jessica TUCKMAN, Sally Jane CARY, Katie BARTHOLOMEW, Neil RYAN, Alan PONSFORD, Simon NOTTAGE, and Pauline PARFITT for doing their 50th event and finally to James DERRICK for completing his 10th parkrun.

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Sally celebrates her 50 parkruns in the usual manner

 
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Runners beginning the 5k

 

Parkrun Visitors

 

First Timers and Visitors Briefing

 

The ASL Eagles, (The American School of London team) made the trip to parkrun this week for the first time with 17 of their athletes.

 

There were also visitors from as far afield as Australia, South Africa and Portrush in Northern Ireland.

 

Closer to home there were also runners visiting from other parts of the country, such as Lancashire.

 

Parkrun visitors (1) Parkrun visitor from Australia

Parkrun visitor from Northern Ireland

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Bushy Park local deer

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The Bushy Park locals ensured that they were there to cheer the runners on

 

Highest place finishers

 

First finisher this week went to a first timer at Bushy, junior parkrunner James KINGSTON, who is a member of Tonbridge Athletics club.

 

Finishing second was Harry SMITH of Ampthill & Flitwick Flyers RC and rounding off the top three was Ben HOWARD. Both these runners also ran personal bests, achieving impressive times of 16:16 and 16:30 respectively.

 

Second junior was also a first timer at Bushy Park, Max DUCKWORTH of Aldershot, Farnham & District AC, who was fifth overall with a time of 16:52!

 

The first female finisher meanwhile was Maddy WHITMAN of Belgrave Harriers in a time of 18:19, just 17 seconds outside her personal best.

 

Maddy Whitman first female finisher

 

Volunteers

 

Runners finishing off the 5k

 

Huge thanks must also go to this week’s volunteers; there were 59 in total and were led by the Run Director, Andy Wingate.

 

 

Andrew John Wingate Run Director

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Conclusion

Finally thank you to all the 1,123 runners who took part, we look forward to seeing you all next Saturday – same time, same place!

 Adam Stephens

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