Eastleigh parkrun Event number 514 – 27th November 2021

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Well done to the 321 people who ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 55 were first timers and 22 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 45 different clubs took part.

Big thanks to all the volunteers - we hope you've thawed out!.

And thanks to John Tilt for his lovely tribute to Dave Blackman, and all of you that came to celebrate his life

The event was made possible by 49 volunteers:

Peter STAUNTON • John MACINNES • Melvyn HOLLOWAY • Karen BOLTON • Claire DEACON • Paul KEMP • Alison MEARS • Dawn HEPPELL • Deborah Gillian TYLER • Yvonne COOLEY • Maria SPARKS • Linda Mary WEBB • Amanda SAYERS • Katie GODDARD • Abi SWINSON • Sue SLEATH • Virginia COLLINS • Ray WEBB • Yvonne GRANDON • Mark ANDERSON • Frankie COLLING • Mary NIXON • Katie RAWLINSON • Jenny LEE • Brett LYONS • Michael SELBY • Annie RYDER • Christine SMEARS • Robert FINCH • Michael LEE • Alan MEADEN • Michelle DORRINGTON • Julie STUBBINGTON • Kerry FOLGER • Kim FOLGER • Sarah ROBERTS-PENN • Kate ROBINSON • David GARDNER • Steve COLLINS • Susan BUNYAN • Charlotte KEATING • Sean KEATING • Bethany KEATING • Sophia KEATING • Samuel KEATING • Anand FERNANDES • Chanketh MENMENDA • James BYRNE • Adam CHALLIS

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

The male record is held by Tom ANDERSON who recorded a time of 15:18 on 19th November 2011 (event number 80).
The female record is held by Josie CZURA who recorded a time of 18:02 on 20th December 2014 (event number 235).
The Age Grade course record is held by Chris STEELE who recorded 91.78% (25:57) on 23rd November 2019 (event number 485).

Eastleigh parkrun started on 8th May 2010. Since then 13,372 participants have completed 102,948 parkruns covering a total distance of 514,740 km, including 16,369 new Personal Bests. A total of 1,306 individuals have volunteered 14,177 times.

 

20th November 202- Eastleigh parkrun #513. A trip to Eastleigh parkrun, by a reluctant tourist. 

I don’t run.

I don’t tour.

I hate writing Run Reports.

These were maybe not the most helpful things to be thinking at 8.45 on a Saturday morning, waiting near the start area of a parkrun some 90 miles from my Home Event, wearing running gear and the fact that I’d volunteered to write the run report nagging away at the back of my mind.

How had I found myself here, I hear you ask  -  you are asking, aren’t you….?

A Saturday morning hospital appointment at Southampton University Hospital is basically to blame, because getting from my home parkrun – Riddlesdown, in Surrey – to Southampton in time for the appointment was not an option. My parents live a couple of miles from the Southampton University Hospital, and it occurred to me that spending the Friday night with them would not only make getting to my appointment easier, it would mean I could still fit in a parkrun – and also spend some time with my lovely Mum and Dad, of course! (They will probably read this!)

I am definitely something of a parkrun agoraphobe – in just over 12 years of parkrunning I’ve only visited an event which wasn’t my home parkrun on two occasions prior to this weekend and as Riddlesdown approaches its 500th Event, I can proudly say that I’ve been on the volunteer roster for every single one of those events, including the (less than a handful) of times I’ve not actually been physically present.  Eastleigh parkrun has been on my radar for a while, however. The reason?  Sentiment, I guess – my Grandparents lived in Kestrel Road throughout my childhood, their home was a huge part of my family’s Saturdays for years, and I have many happy memories associated with Fleming Park. In addition, Eastleigh parkrun is the only parkrun Event that Dad has ever initiated discussion about (I may have bored my entire family rigid with my enthusiasm over those 12 years) as his old friend Brian, and Brian’s daughter Louise, have been involved as part of the core team here, I think from Eastleigh parkrun’s Inaugural event.

So, here I am – 8.45 on a Saturday morning, a little bit cold, and surprisingly nervous. I think the nerves are largely down to the fact that I’m running today. I’m not a runner – not even slightly. I’ve managed 37 runs in over 12 years, with the best part of decade between run 9 and run 10, mainly due to a knee injury. My return to ‘running’ pre pandemic was largely in the form of tail walking, and after the second lockdown C25K became part of my life, and I’ve run 3 times at Riddlesdown since parkrun returned. I’m not fast. But I am really enjoying it. Until now, that is. At Riddlesdown everyone knows me, and I know every inch of the course. Why on Earth did I think running elsewhere would be a good idea. There’s a hill. What if I can’t get up it? I think at this point, the only reason I don’t turn tail and head back to the car is the fact that I have volunteered to write the Run Report, which does kind of require being at the run as a basic minimum, especially as a tourist!

Before panic sets in totally, I spot a familiar face, and saying hello to Brian distracts me nicely, and suddenly the first timers’ briefing is happening, and then it’s over to the start line, pre-run announcements and off we’re off!

The first lap of the 3 lap course is actually not too bad – I should point out that I’m run-walking, with 6 and a half minutes of running to 1 minute of walking – although the hill is not my favourite thing going up, coming down the other side is much more fun! Obviously, at no point does a walk break happen whilst going up that hill.

The second lap starts with a near slide and fall as my cornering skills on leaves and (a very small amount of) mud are not great – but I recover, remain upright and continue – chatting to a lovely lady running with her child, which works well to reduce the terror of the horrid hill as we approach it for the second time – then it’s time for a walk break, and they run off. The mud is minimal today, for which the I give thanks to the weather faeries for a relatively dry week – I imagine the course would be very slippery after heavy rain.

As the course is a 3 lapper, it is no surprise that many of the faster runners pass me, and I would like to apologize to the speedy lady, possibly the first female, who I manage to step in front of in the middle of her finishing sprint at the end of my second lap – I am not good at left and right, and my attempts to keep out of her path nearly end in disaster. Fortunately her navigation skills are better than mine, and she is gone in seconds, through the finish line as I begin the third and final lap.

The hill is still there – and practice is not making it easier! The marshals are cheery and supportive, I wish I had enough energy to thank them as I pass, but air is a precious commodity at this point, especially as a glance a my garmin tells me a PB is on the cards if I can keep going. Coming into the finishing straight something happens which has not happened to me for a very long time – there are 3 runners between me and the finish, and I know I have enough left in my legs to overtake the first 2, and then, really close to the line, the 3rd one as well – I manage something that could almost be called a sprint finish!

Token collected, barcode scanned.

I did it. And I didn’t hate it.

My current PB is 40.09 (I don’t count the pre-injury times)

The garmin says I ran Eastleigh parkrun in under 37 minutes.

I’m struggling to speak, but I’m happy.

I can’t hang around as I need to get back to my parents’ shower before I head to the hospital, but I would like to say a huge THANK YOU to all the volunteers who made this event possible, and who offered encouragement all the way around the course – it really is appreciated.

Once in the car, I start to plan this report. I don’t actually hate writing them, but I have written a fair number over the years, and inspiration is not always easy to find, but I’m glad that I’m doing this one because I genuinely enjoyed the run.

A couple of hours later, sat in a waiting room, I finally have chance to look at my phone, and discover that I have a new PB of 36.30. Happy doesn’t begin to do justice to how I’m feeling – even later that evening, when my Dad points out that Brian (who is a good 20 years older than me) was more than 5 minutes faster than I was, I’m still very pleased!

I’m not a runner. And it’s not a race. It’s parkrun.

And I love it!

Nicki Clark (A26649)

This week 251 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 23 were first timers and 31 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 30 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 35 volunteers:

Nicki CLARK • Karen BOLTON • Claire DEACON • Paul KEMP • Larry COOLEY • Trevor Alan ELLERY • Linda Mary WEBB • Amanda SAYERS • Katie GODDARD • Mark SWINSON • Robert BRYAN • Ray WEBB • Yvonne GRANDON • Mark ANDERSON • Christopher STOCKS • Katie RAWLINSON • Jenny LEE • Brett LYONS • Anthony Peter WILLIS • Annie RYDER • Jane WILKS • Laurence WILKS • Michael LEE • Elizabeth BROWN • Erika SMITH • Kerry FOLGER • Kim FOLGER • Susan BUNYAN • Charleen BOLE • Andy MARKS • Gary GALTON • Angela MEDLEY • Russ GILES • Adam CHALLIS • Anne QUIRK

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

The male record is held by Tom ANDERSON who recorded a time of 15:18 on 19th November 2011 (event number 80).
The female record is held by Josie CZURA who recorded a time of 18:02 on 20th December 2014 (event number 235).
The Age Grade course record is held by Chris STEELE who recorded 91.78% (25:57) on 23rd November 2019 (event number 485).

Eastleigh parkrun started on 8th May 2010. Since then 13,317 participants have completed 102,627 parkruns covering a total distance of 513,135 km, including 16,347 new Personal Bests. A total of 1,298 individuals have volunteered 14,128 times.

 

Eastleigh parkrun Event number 512 – 13th November 2021

This week 230 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 22 were first timers and 13 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 30 different clubs took part.

Congratulations to Brad Comer and Simon Dumper on joining the 50 Club, Annie Jones on joining the 100 Club, George Sopttiswood on completing his 200th run and Maria Sparks her 450th!

The event was made possible by 42 volunteers:

Neil GROVES • Karen BOLTON • Claire DEACON • Paul KEMP • Alison MEARS • Maria SPARKS • Linda Mary WEBB • Amanda SAYERS • Katie GODDARD • Amanda-Jane WALLIS • Ray WEBB • Yvonne GRANDON • Louise DRAYTON • Mark ANDERSON • Hayley PAYNE • Alex WALLIS • Katie RAWLINSON • Jenny LEE • Jane GOULD • Jeff DEACON • Brett LYONS • Michael LEE • Elizabeth BROWN • Alan MEADEN • Andrew BROWN • Kerry FOLGER • Kim FOLGER • Ethan HARVEY • Karen CURTAIN • Susan BUNYAN • Penny JENNINGS • Sean KEATING • Sophia KEATING • Samuel KEATING • Tim PADLEY • Debbie TILSLEY • Christine FULLER • Carla CROSBY • Angela MEDLEY • Chanketh MENMENDA • Oscar WALLIS • Adam CHALLIS

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

The male record is held by Tom ANDERSON who recorded a time of 15:18 on 19th November 2011 (event number 80).
The female record is held by Josie CZURA who recorded a time of 18:02 on 20th December 2014 (event number 235).
The Age Grade course record is held by Chris STEELE who recorded 91.78% (25:57) on 23rd November 2019 (event number 485).

Eastleigh parkrun started on 8th May 2010. Since then 13,294 participants have completed 102,376 parkruns covering a total distance of 511,880 km, including 16,316 new Personal Bests. A total of 1,295 individuals have volunteered 14,092 times.

 

Eastleigh parkrun event number 510 – 30th October 2021

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Eastleigh is about 80 miles from the beginning of the M3 South West London. The parkrun is easy to find off the motorway taking exit 13 (A335) that takes you to Eastleigh, then follow the signs to the Pavillion on the Park café car park via the sat nav coordinates as indicated on the parkrun website. The car park is FREE, an added bonus.

However, running a parkrun predominantly on grass is easier on a dry than a wet day, and I don’t mean a bit of rain, I mean raining cats ‘n dogs! Upon arrival I did spot a few dogs on leads, cats preferring to stick to the comfort of their own homes. Of course, it being Halloween weekend there were some striking costumes that stood out and we also donned our hats and masks to run in the spirit of Halloween. 

All in all, there were four in our group including one first timer, who put in an excellent time given the atrocious conditions, and one celebrating their 100th parkrun. I fell somewhat in the middle having reached 46 different parkrun events, which also doubles up as my friend's age, so I’ll settle for that. 

Alas as my mates ‘spun’ by I felt my feet spinning in the mud and alas was thus ‘forced’ to put on the brakes a bit (note to self: trail shoes needed to combat rain!). Eventually I got so ‘worn out’ by the wasted effort I put into the event (as I wasn’t ‘mechanically’ equipped to do it) I reprised my skills by turning into parkrun photographer instead as I stood at the halfway section, waiting eagle eyed for my fast ‘buddies’ to swing on by. 

The run is three and a bit laps round an old golf course, but as is to be expected I fell towards the back of the field, begrudgingly going with ‘finish lines’ rather than ‘finish times’; well…at least I did not fail to finish. But bear in mind there is a slight incline as you turn the corner for the next lap once you have enjoyed that lovely downhill section that is all too brief. There is also another slightly steeper incline once you round the corner at the top end, but the lovely marshalling team were stood there as always egging you on. 

So am I inclined to run it again? I’ll pass until the rainy season is well and truly finished. Speak of egging you on, ah yes the café, which is where people usually congregate after parkrun for a post run breakfast. As we sat munching our various ‘options’ from the menu the parkrun team were busy sorting out tokens and finish times. Very efficient too as we got them by 11:30 when we simultaneously parted company!

Melanie Miller, A1621831

 

This week 148 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 19 were first timers and 2 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 29 different clubs took part.

 

The event was made possible by 31 volunteers:

Paul HAMMOND • Karen BOLTON • Claire DEACON • Paul KEMP • Larry COOLEY • Yvonne COOLEY • Ian MARRITT • Amanda SAYERS • Philippa GILLHAM • Katie GODDARD • Malcolm Stuart PRICE • Brian DRAYTON • Nickie BOWEN • Katie RAWLINSON • Jenny LEE • Melanie MILLER • Jeff DEACON • Haydn BROWN • Brett LYONS • Elizabeth BROWN • Erika SMITH • Kim FOLGER • Glen ELLIOTT • Stephen PAYNTER • Herman SADIE • Steve COLLINS • Susan BUNYAN • Tony EADE • Martin COOK • Tim PADLEY • John WRIGHT

 

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

 

The male record is held by Tom ANDERSON who recorded a time of 15:18 on 19th November 2011 (event number 80).
The female record is held by Josie CZURA who recorded a time of 18:02 on 20th December 2014 (event number 235).
The Age Grade course record is held by Chris STEELE who recorded 91.78% (25:57) on 23rd November 2019 (event number 485).

 

Eastleigh parkrun started on 8th May 2010. Since then 13,245 participants have completed 101,876 parkruns covering a total distance of 509,380 km, including 16,272 new Personal Bests. A total of 1,286 individuals have volunteered 14,015 times.

 

 

Eastleigh parkrun Event number 505 – 25th September 2021

This week 289 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 32 were first timers and 52 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 33 different clubs took part.

Congratulations to Dale Yarney on joining the 50 Club and James Sturgess on joining the 100 Club.

The event was made possible by 30 volunteers:

Wendy Margaret COUPER • Karen BOLTON • Claire DEACON • Paul KEMP • Linda Mary WEBB • Amanda SAYERS • Katie GODDARD • Ray WEBB • Yvonne GRANDON • Louise DRAYTON • Mark ANDERSON • Nickie BOWEN • Katie RAWLINSON • Jenny LEE • Jeff DEACON • Paul STUBBINGTON • Michael LEE • Elizabeth BROWN • Julie STUBBINGTON • Rowan COBB • Franky TRIPP • Herman SADIE • Matthew DUCKERING • Paul CARRETT • Susan BUNYAN • Martin COOK • Ian TRIPP • Kirsty MILLS • Felicity CRUMP • Chanketh MENMENDA

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

The male record is held by Tom ANDERSON who recorded a time of 15:18 on 19th November 2011 (event number 80).
The female record is held by Josie CZURA who recorded a time of 18:02 on 20th December 2014 (event number 235).
The Age Grade course record is held by Chris STEELE who recorded 91.78% (25:57) on 23rd November 2019 (event number 485).

Eastleigh parkrun started on 8th May 2010. Since then 13,116 participants have completed 100,650 parkruns covering a total distance of 503,250 km, including 16,121 new Personal Bests. A total of 1,283 individuals have volunteered 13,871 times.

 

Eastleigh parkrun Event number 504 – 18th September 2021

This week 383 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 72 were first timers and 60 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 37 different clubs took part.

Congratulations to Andy West and Mike Surtees on joining the 50 Club, Karen Bryant on joining the 250 Club, and David Clark on completing his 100th run.

The event was made possible by 29 volunteers:

Claire DEACON • Paul KEMP • Alison MEARS • Amanda SAYERS • Philippa GILLHAM • Katie GODDARD • Yvonne GRANDON • Mark ANDERSON • Katie RAWLINSON • Jenny LEE • Jeff DEACON • Michael SELBY • Paul STUBBINGTON • Michael LEE • Jeanette KEYTE • Liz ARNOLD • Rob FRANCIS • Kerry FOLGER • Kim FOLGER • Rowan COBB • Herman SADIE • Matthew DUCKERING • Paul CARRETT • Susan BUNYAN • Martin COOK • Amelie K-A • Gary GALTON • Jackie WILLIAMS • Chanketh MENMENDA

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

The male record is held by Tom ANDERSON who recorded a time of 15:18 on 19th November 2011 (event number 80).
The female record is held by Josie CZURA who recorded a time of 18:02 on 20th December 2014 (event number 235).
The Age Grade course record is held by Chris STEELE who recorded 91.78% (25:57) on 23rd November 2019 (event number 485).

Eastleigh parkrun started on 8th May 2010. Since then 13,084 participants have completed 100,361 parkruns covering a total distance of 501,805 km, including 16,069 new Personal Bests. A total of 1,282 individuals have volunteered 13,842 times.

 

Eastleigh parkrun Event number 503 -11th September 2021

This week 316 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 40 were first timers and 51 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 27 different clubs took part.

Congratulations to Kate Paradine on joining the 100 Club, and Liz Prinsep and Nick Kasper on completing their 200th runs.

A special well done to the under-11s who paid attention to the pre-run briefing and stayed within arms length of their grown-up for all three laps - this is exactly what the parkrun code asks you to do.

Finally we'd be most grateful if the parkrun magpies who've accidentally taken finish tokens 182, 183 and 249 home with them could give them back as we need them for next week's event!

The event was made possible by 30 volunteers:

Karen BOLTON • Claire DEACON • Paul KEMP • Alison MEARS • Christine CURRIE • Linda Mary WEBB • Amanda SAYERS • Katie GODDARD • Robert BRYAN • Alice WOOD • Ray WEBB • Yvonne GRANDON • Mark ANDERSON • Jenny LEE • Jeff DEACON • Michael LEE • Elizabeth BROWN • Gregory COX • Kerry FOLGER • Kim FOLGER • Rowan COBB • Suzanne GARDNER • Herman SADIE • Matthew DUCKERING • Paul CARRETT • David GARDNER • Amy SAVAGE • Susan BUNYAN • Charleen BOLE • Darren HOLT

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

The male record is held by Tom ANDERSON who recorded a time of 15:18 on 19th November 2011 (event number 80).
The female record is held by Josie CZURA who recorded a time of 18:02 on 20th December 2014 (event number 235).
The Age Grade course record is held by Chris STEELE who recorded 91.78% (25:57) on 23rd November 2019 (event number 485).

Eastleigh parkrun started on 8th May 2010. Since then 13,012 participants have completed 99,978 parkruns covering a total distance of 499,890 km, including 16,009 new Personal Bests. A total of 1,277 individuals have volunteered 13,813 times.

 

Eastleigh parkrun Event number 502 – 4th September 2021

Well done to the 306 people who ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 48 were first timers and 43 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 39 different clubs took part.

Congratulations to Clive Harrison on joining the 50 Club.

A big thank you to the first-aiders from Sensecere who tended to a volunteer who came off his bike en route to the start, and the parkrunners who stepped in to direct traffic and assist the casualty.

A couple of under-11s seemed to arrive at the finish line with no adult accompanying them - just a quick reminder that under 11s MUST always be within arm’s reach of a parent or guardian.

The event was made possible by 35 volunteers:

Karen BOLTON • Claire DEACON • Paul KEMP • Larry COOLEY • Deborah Gillian TYLER • Yvonne COOLEY • Mike DUKES • Linda Mary WEBB • Amanda SAYERS • Katie GODDARD • Robert BRYAN • Ray WEBB • Yvonne GRANDON • Mike BATH • Katie BITTLESTONE • Jenny LEE • Jane GOULD • Jeff DEACON • Michael LEE • Elizabeth BROWN • Ian THATCHER • Kerry FOLGER • Kim FOLGER • Rowan COBB • Matthew DUCKERING • Paul CARRETT • David GARDNER • Sue SIMMONDS • Ian ROBINSON • Susan BUNYAN • Penny JENNINGS • Charleen BOLE • Tim PADLEY • Darren HOLT • Andy TILLY

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

The male record is held by Tom ANDERSON who recorded a time of 15:18 on 19th November 2011 (event number 80).
The female record is held by Josie CZURA who recorded a time of 18:02 on 20th December 2014 (event number 235).
The Age Grade course record is held by Chris STEELE who recorded 91.78% (25:57) on 23rd November 2019 (event number 485).

Eastleigh parkrun started on 8th May 2010. Since then 12,972 participants have completed 99,662 parkruns covering a total distance of 498,310 km, including 15,958 new Personal Bests. A total of 1,275 individuals have volunteered 13,781 times.

 

Eastleigh parkrun Event number 501 – 28th August 2021

This week 381 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 82 were first timers and 61 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 36 different clubs took part.

Well done to Kirsty McBeth on joining the 100 Club, Harvey Dearlove, Lexie Thorpe, Charleen Bole and Rhea Fernandes for joining the 50 Club, and Dom Graf, June Roberts, Michael King and Anisha Norman for joing the 25 Club. Congratulations also to Matthew Chessum for completing his 200th run and Jenny Lee her 300th.

We've have been asked to pass on thanks from the two runners who tripped and fell today to everyone who stopped to offer them assistance - you embody the spirit of parkrun.

The event was made possible by 27 volunteers:

Karen BOLTON • Claire DEACON • Paul KEMP • Alison MEARS • Larry COOLEY • Yvonne COOLEY • Trevor Alan ELLERY • Amanda SAYERS • Katie GODDARD • Malcolm Stuart PRICE • Yvonne GRANDON • Mark ANDERSON • Katie BITTLESTONE • Jenny LEE • Jeff DEACON • Laurence WILKS • Michael LEE • Will MARRITT • Kerry FOLGER • Sarah ROBERTS-PENN • Rowan COBB • Samantha BOWYER • Matthew DUCKERING • Paul CARRETT • Susan BUNYAN • Tony EADE • Rachael THORPE

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

The male record is held by Tom ANDERSON who recorded a time of 15:18 on 19th November 2011 (event number 80).
The female record is held by Josie CZURA who recorded a time of 18:02 on 20th December 2014 (event number 235).
The Age Grade course record is held by Chris STEELE who recorded 91.78% (25:57) on 23rd November 2019 (event number 485).

Eastleigh parkrun started on 8th May 2010. Since then 12,924 participants have completed 99,356 parkruns covering a total distance of 496,780 km, including 15,915 new Personal Bests. A total of 1,274 individuals have volunteered 13,746 times.

 

Eastleigh parkrun Event number 500 – 21st August 2021

This week 372 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 30 were first timers and 67 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 40 different clubs took part.

At Eastleigh parkrun's 500th event James Hamblin, Sophie Jones and Andrew Gameson joined the 50 Club and Amanda Sayers and Jeff Morgan completed their 200th runs.

The event was made possible by 31 volunteers:

John MACINNES • Keith WHITAKER • Karen BOLTON • Pauline HERD • Paul KEMP • Alison MEARS • Linda Mary WEBB • Amanda SAYERS • Katie GODDARD • Malcolm Stuart PRICE • Ray WEBB • Yvonne GRANDON • Mark ANDERSON • Jenny LEE • Michael LEE • Elizabeth BROWN • Julie STUBBINGTON • Kerry FOLGER • Kim FOLGER • Rowan COBB • Ioan ELLIOTT • Steve WHITE • Matthew DUCKERING • David GARDNER • Susan BUNYAN • Julia HEADS • Mark HEADS • Mark GIBSON • Eileen FITZGERALD • Dennis SPENCER • Angela MEDLEY

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

The male record is held by Tom ANDERSON who recorded a time of 15:18 on 19th November 2011 (event number 80).
The female record is held by Josie CZURA who recorded a time of 18:02 on 20th December 2014 (event number 235).
The Age Grade course record is held by Chris STEELE who recorded 91.78% (25:57) on 23rd November 2019 (event number 485).

Eastleigh parkrun started on 8th May 2010. Since then 12,842 participants have completed 98,975 parkruns covering a total distance of 494,875 km, including 15,854 new Personal Bests. A total of 1,271 individuals have volunteered 13,718 times.

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