Well done to everyone who was part of our parkrun at the weekend. The weather was certainly interesting making it quite the challenge for both runners and volunteers. Even so 185 people turned up to run and 22 of you managed personal bests at the same time.
Thanks to our top volunteering team, many of whom were from Lindsays who also support the Cross Country event that was taking part in Callendar Park.
We have another takeover weekend coming up at the end of March when Linlithgow Athletics Club will be supplying both volunteers and pacers for the event. Before that we'll be celebrating Women's Day on March 7th when the event will be run by, and all roles filled by, women. If you fancy volunteering that weekend or any others, please email email@example.com
Event number 424
22nd February 2020
This week 185 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 20 were first timers and 22 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 21 different clubs took part.
The event was made possible by 30 volunteers:
Ali MCLAREN • Lesley MCGUIRE • George MCHARDY • Mhairi SIMPSON • Joshua GRAY • Jackie BOYD • Ros QUALTERS • Sarah-Jayne QUALTERS • Susan LAW • Fiona KIRKALDY • Ian LOCKHART • Imogen MCDOUGALL • Alison BERWICK • Syd THOMSON • Harry JOHNSTON • Marianne STIRLING • Peter TWEEDIE • Sheena AIKMAN • Hayley ROSS • Fiona SARGENT • Emma MACPHERSON • Leanne GORDON • Karen SLAUGHTER • Dawn ANDERSON • Isabel FLEMING • Laurie STEWART • Jan HUNTER • Anne DOUGLAS • Eilidh MACFARLANE • Robert LAW
Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Falkirk parkrun Results Page.
The male record is held by Andrew DOUGLAS who recorded a time of 15:06 on 12th May 2012 (event number 42).
The female record is held by Morag MILLAR who recorded a time of 17:17 on 25th December 2018 (event number 367).
The Age Grade course record is held by Angela COPSON who recorded 100.52% (22:31) on 9th June 2018 (event number 338).
Falkirk parkrun started on 16th July 2011. Since then 10,638 participants have completed 85,572 parkruns covering a total distance of 427,860 km, including 15,653 new Personal Bests. A total of 1,100 individuals have volunteered 8,984 times.