Guernsey parkrun Event #181- 19 October 2019

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Having left home at 7:30am in heavy rain we were pleased to arrive at the equipment box at the same time as a patch of blue sky!

Needless to say it didn’t last and the course set up team got rather wet in a heavy downpour.

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However participants who were up for braving the weather were rewarded with a relatively dry spell, and despite a bit of a chill wind the conditions were much nicer than last week, especially for the volunteers!

On that subject, thanks to the team this week:

Lorna O'DONNELL • Julie LAWLOR • Karl BROUARD • Anthony O'DONNELL • Nigel HURFORD • Beth WRIGHT • Claire HACKNEY • Steven MARQUIS • Jenny WINTERFLOOD • Martin WRIGHT • Nicola KOYUPINAR • Emily WRIGHT • Simon HOLLYER-HILL • Mary HOLLYER HILL • Anna ROSSLER

Here are some of the team, sorry marshals, you missed the photo opportunity!

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This week 131 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 6 were first timers and 28 recorded new Personal Bests.

First finishers were James Littlewood (VM40-45) in 19:52 and Rosie Williams (SW25-29) in 22:31, a new PB for her.

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This week Jackie Mauger celebrated her 50th parkrun, so well come to the milestone club Jackie and we look forward to seeing you in your red shirt in weeks to come.

On the subject of milestones I have ordered some milestone capes (white/10, red/50, black/100, green/250 (you’ll get there eventually!) and purple/25 (volunteering milestone). These have been gifted to us by Skipton International Community Fund and we are very grateful for their support. The capes can be borrowed by any parkrunner who is completing their milestone with us, either for the run or for a photo opportunity!

Skipton have also provided funds to purchase a wireless portable PA system, which will hopefully save us having to shout through the loudhailer.

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I have high hopes it will work well for our situation after being impressed last week when Soo Wellfair used her less powerful model for the first timers briefing with great success. Thanks to Linda Johansen for letting me know about the Skipton International Community Fund and of course to Skipton themselves for agreeing these purchases.

Turning to next week, we will be running our usual Halloween event and I encourage you all to come along in full costume or at least a nod to the occasion! We will have some treats for the children and I might even turn my hand to making some spooky Halloween cupcakes, time permitting!

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We still have spaces on the roster for another marshal, funnel manager and someone to help Kate Tall with course set up. Please email us (guernsey@parkrun.com) if you can help.

Thanks Lorna O’Donnell
Event Director

Here is the results summary:

This week 131 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 6 were first timers and 28 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 8 different clubs took part.

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

The male record is held by Michael BATISTE who recorded a time of 16:48 on 23rd June 2018 (event number 113).
The female record is held by Louise PERRIO who recorded a time of 17:58 on 18th August 2018 (event number 121).
The Age Grade course record is held by Julie LAWLOR who recorded 93.81% (25:51) on 20th April 2019 (event number 155).

Guernsey parkrun started on 9th April 2016. Since then 4,080 participants have completed 23,718 parkruns covering a total distance of 118,590 km, including 4,511 new Personal Bests. A total of 342 individuals have volunteered 2,683 times.

 

Guernsey parkrun Event #180 -12 October 2019

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Despite the drizzly and dull weather, we were still greeted with a warm and welcoming smile from Lorna the Event Director and Saturday’s Run Director. After our obligatory photo with the Guernsey parkrun flag we were given a very informative and jolly first timers briefing. We loved the hip speaker idea and will be looking to replicate at our event.

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The course was a lovely one with stunning scenery. A little tight in places but this just added to the fun. We even found time to pose for selfies with the firing range and stray golf ball signs. The marshals on route were both welcoming and encouraging. We would certainly recommend this friendly event and the post run cafe was excellent too.

Before the run we were treated to some historical facts about the immediate area by a very friendly volunteer. We thought we would return the favour. Our event takes place in the 70 hectare Great Lines Heritage park, Gillingham, Kent. Part of the course takes you around the Royal Naval War Memorial situated at the top of the field and is dedicated to the memory of those sailors from Chatham-based ships who died during The Great War (1914-18) and World War 2 (1939-45), and who have no known grave. After the Second World War the memorial was extended by the addition of the outer wall, which forms a semi-circle on the side of the memorial away from the town to give protection against the wind. 10,112 names are commemorated on the fifty plaques on the extension.
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Today we were merely 4 of the 193 participants who ran, jogged or walked the course. 23 (including us) were first timers and 44 amazing people achieved PB’s in those conditions. parkrun relies on the support from all the volunteers so if you haven't tried it yet, give it a go. Its fun and nothing to worry about.
We certain hope to be back sometime in the future.

Dan, Gary, Ross & Karl - part of the core team at Great Lines parkrun

 

Guernsey parkrun Event #179 -5 October 2019

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This week parkrun is celebrating its 15th year anniversary and 156 people joined us to run, jog and walk the course. 10 people were first timers and 39 recorded new Personal Bests and representatives of 13 different clubs took part.

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We were joined by visitors from Bristol, Bromley, Brentwood, Catterick, Rushmor and Riddlesdown, we hope you enjoyed your visit to Guernsey parkrun.

Congratualtions to Thomas Wellfair who joined the 10 milestone club this week and gained another volunteeer credit as he joined Mum, Soo Wellfair in tailwalking.

Big thank you to this weeks 16 volunteers:
Nigel HURFORD • Kirsten PRICE • Alex ALLAN • Warren MAUGER • Caroline MAUGER • Sebastian MAUGER • Dave WHEAL • Kevin TRUMP • Peter BECKERLEG • Soo WELLFAIR • Jenny WINTERFLOOD • Julie TWIST • Lynda GRAY • Thomas WELLFAIR • Simon HOLLYER-HILL • Mary HOLLYER HILL

Hope to see you next week!
Kirsten Price
Run Director

Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Guernsey parkrun Results Page.
The male record is held by Michael BATISTE who recorded a time of 16:48 on 23rd June 2018 (event number 113).
The female record is held by Louise PERRIO who recorded a time of 17:58 on 18th August 2018 (event number 121).
The Age Grade course record is held by Julie LAWLOR who recorded 93.81% (25:51) on 20th April 2019 (event number 155).

Guernsey parkrun started on 9th April 2016. Since then 4,051 participants have completed 23,394 parkruns covering a total distance of 116,970 km, including 4,439 new Personal Bests. A total of 337 individuals have volunteered 2,653 times.

 

Guernsey parkrun Event #178- 28 September 2019

This week 155 people braved the wind and occasional rain to run, jog and walk the course, of whom 18 were first timers. Despite some challenging head winds towards the finish 30 people recorded new Personal Bests.

We had lots of visitors to Guernsey parkrun this week, including from Southend parkrun, Harrogate parkrun, Macclesfield parkrun, Jersey parkrun, Havant parkrun, Arrow Valley parkrun, Mount Edgcumbe parkrun, Portsmouth Lakeside parkrun, Wakefield Thornes parkrun, and our winner this week for furthest travelled is our visitors from Shellharbour parkrun in Austrailia! We hope you all enjoyed your visit to Guernsey parkrun.

Congratulations to Nicky Mellor who joined the 50 milestone club this week. Well done Nicky.

Big thank you to this weeks volunteers.
Nicki WATSON • Nigel HURFORD • Mandy LANGMEAD • Kirsten PRICE • Diane BOOTH • Alison FINIGAN • Alex ALLAN • Ray SCHOLES • Claire HACKNEY • Ruth BRIGGS • Lynda GRAY • Linda NEL • James MAGUIRE • Claire PRINCE • Simon HOLLYER-HILL • Mary HOLLYER HILL

Our next few weeks on the roster is looking a bit bare - if you can help with volunteering please get in touch. All the roles are straightforward and we always have fun.

Thanks to Lynda Gray who took some photos while marshalling. The photos are on the Guernsey facebook page in the visitors posts if you would like to check them out.

Here are a selection of a few photos.
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Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Guernsey parkrun Results Page.

The male record is held by Michael BATISTE who recorded a time of 16:48 on 23rd June 2018 (event number 113).
The female record is held by Louise PERRIO who recorded a time of 17:58 on 18th August 2018 (event number 121).
The Age Grade course record is held by Julie LAWLOR who recorded 93.81% (25:51) on 20th April 2019 (event number 155).

Guernsey parkrun started on 9th April 2016. Since then 4,041 participants have completed 23,238 parkruns covering a total distance of 116,190 km, including 4,400 new Personal Bests. A total of 337 individuals have volunteered 2,637 times.

Thanks
Kirsten Price
Run Director

 

Guernsey parkrun Event #177 – 21 September 2019

This week we were lucky to have 200 participants of whom 22 were running our Guernsey course for the first time. We had several comments left in our visitors book from Andrew Allen of Bushy Park parkrun and Gail & Tony Brierley from Burnley who in their words said "beautiful, stunning and fabulous course", along with Shelley Mayern from Crawley who though it was tough but lovely. Thank you all for your comments and it was really good to see you all.

Our first finishers this week were James Littlewood and Lottie Smith, well done to the both of you. A huge well done also to all our volunteers, runners and walkers this week. We look forward to seeing you all again.

Nicki Watson
Run Director

Here is the results summary:

This week 200 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 22 were first timers and 20 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 16 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 16 volunteers:

Nicola SHARP • Nicki WATSON • Alison FINIGAN • Ray SCHOLES • Caroline MAUGER • Sebastian MAUGER • Ryan DE JERSEY • Claire HACKNEY • Joanna HOLLYER-HILL • Soo WELLFAIR • Jenny WINTERFLOOD • Belinda WINDSOR • Philip BREBAN • Jane DE JERSEY • Helene LE VALLEE • Simon HOLLYER-HILL

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

The male record is held by Michael BATISTE who recorded a time of 16:48 on 23rd June 2018 (event number 113).
The female record is held by Louise PERRIO who recorded a time of 17:58 on 18th August 2018 (event number 121).
The Age Grade course record is held by Julie LAWLOR who recorded 93.81% (25:51) on 20th April 2019 (event number 155).

Guernsey parkrun started on 9th April 2016. Since then 4,023 participants have completed 23,083 parkruns covering a total distance of 115,415 km, including 4,370 new Personal Bests. A total of 336 individuals have volunteered 2,621 times.

 

Guernsey parkrun Event #176 – 14 September 2019

A lovely sunny but breezy morning greeted the partipants of Guernsey parkrun number 176.

In all 158 participants completed the course, 17 of whom were taking on the course for the first time. We also had several visitors who all appeared to enjoy the course, it was lovely to see you all.

Well done to James Littlewood and Claire Peach our first finishers. Congratulaitons also to Jeanne Field on completing her 50th parkrun and a huge well done to all our runners and walkers.

Finally a big thank you to all who responded to my appeal for volunteers at the start, we now have a full roster for this coming Saturday.

Nicki Watson
Run Director

Here is the event summary:
This week 158 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 17 were first timers and 27 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 11 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 18 volunteers:

Nicola SHARP • Lorna O'DONNELL • Nicki WATSON • Nigel HURFORD • Mel CROCKER • David REED • Kirsten PRICE • Richard MORRIS • Claire HACKNEY • Christine MORTON • Donna ALLAN • Amanda CROWTHER-MARTEL • Lauri WARLOW • Declan CROWTHER-MARTEL • Harry HUTCHINS • Helene LE VALLEE • Simon HOLLYER-HILL • Mary HOLLYER HILL

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

The male record is held by Michael BATISTE who recorded a time of 16:48 on 23rd June 2018 (event number 113).
The female record is held by Louise PERRIO who recorded a time of 17:58 on 18th August 2018 (event number 121).
The Age Grade course record is held by Julie LAWLOR who recorded 93.81% (25:51) on 20th April 2019 (event number 155).

Guernsey parkrun started on 9th April 2016. Since then 4,001 participants have completed 22,883 parkruns covering a total distance of 114,415 km, including 4,350 new Personal Bests. A total of 336 individuals have volunteered 2,605 times.

 

Guernsey parkrun Event #175 – 7 September 2019

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It was a lovely day that greeted parkrunners to Pembroke on Saturday.

Our numbers were swelled by representatives of island health who are one of our parkrun GP partners as they celebrated their 125th anniversary year.

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Talking of celebrations, we where delighted to welcome Gashirai and Ratidzo who were celebrating their 2nd wedding anniversary, it was lovely to see you.

Milestones this week saw Sue Eaton complete her 100th parkrun which she did in style with a very large helium balloon. Glad you managed to keep a hold of that balloon Sue!

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Rosie White completed her 50th parkrun and enjoyed a celebratory ice-cream at the beach café afterwards. Well done Rosie! And Emily Gavey earned her junior white T shirt for completing 10 runs. Good work Emily!

We had lots of lovely visitors again, some of whom were sporting 250 milestone shirts, there’s something to aspire to. Mike Harrold from Guildford was back with us for his second run and completed parkrun number 301! Whew!

Thanks again to a great team of volunteers.

Josh Langmead
Run Director

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Here is the results summary:
This week 196 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 28 were first timers and 46 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 16 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 16 volunteers:

Lorna O'DONNELL • Mandy LANGMEAD • Mel CROCKER • Josh LANGMEAD • David REED • Kirsten PRICE • Alison FINIGAN • Sarah WRIGHT • Richard MORRIS • Jonathan MORRIS • Peter BECKERLEG • Soo WELLFAIR • Belinda WINDSOR • Lauri WARLOW • Simon HOLLYER-HILL • Mary HOLLYER HILL

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

The male record is held by Michael BATISTE who recorded a time of 16:48 on 23rd June 2018 (event number 113).
The female record is held by Louise PERRIO who recorded a time of 17:58 on 18th August 2018 (event number 121).
The Age Grade course record is held by Julie LAWLOR who recorded 93.81% (25:51) on 20th April 2019 (event number 155).

Guernsey parkrun started on 9th April 2016. Since then 3,984 participants have completed 22,725 parkruns covering a total distance of 113,625 km, including 4,323 new Personal Bests. A total of 334 individuals have volunteered 2,587 times.

 

Guernsey parkrun Event #174 -31 August 2019

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It's quite a toughie!

As a parkrun tourist, my trip to Guernsey has been in the planning stages for a long time and this weekend it finally happened. Having run Jersey parkrun last year, I was especially looking forward to visiting Guernsey as it would mean I had completed the Channel Islands parkruns and would become something known (in parkrun tourist circles at least) as a Regionnaire!

With the buses from St Peter's Port going once per hour, I made the decision to get the earlier bus which in hindsight may have been a little bit too early as I arrived just before 8am. Not to worry, if you get there early you can just chat to the lovely volunteers and help them setup the course (sorry if the finish funnel was a little bit wonky today!)

And what an amazing parkrun it is. Stunning views of the coast, gorgeous sunshine and even a little breeze made it the perfect weather for running, walking or jogging the 5k. OK, I'll admit that I did find the course quite challenging in places, but unusually for me I managed to get round without stopping and that just made me love it even more.

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I'd like to mention our amazing Run Director for the day, who did a fantastic job of making sure everything went smoothly, as well as being so welcoming to us tourists. Also, I got chatting to Caroline DALL-WHITTALL before the start, and although I couldn't quite keep up we her, she hung around at the end and kindly offered my partner and I a lift back to St Peter's port. Caroline is new to parkrun tourism, having only ever previously run at her home event of Medina (Isle Of Wight). It was lovely to meet you Caroline and good luck in your future touring.

I'd like to say a big thank you to all of the volunteers for running such a great event and ensuring it went smoothly and safely:

Alex ALLAN, Lindsey DEAN, Martin DEAN, Carolyn ELMY, Graham HALL, Mary HOLLYER HILL, Joanna HOLLYER-HILL, Simon HOLLYER-HILL, Nigel HURFORD, Linda JOHANSEN, Helene LE VALLEE, James MAGUIRE, Richard MORRIS, Lorna O'DONNELL, Mark PINNEY, Soo WELLFAIR, James WOOD

Some of you may have noticed me with a GoPro on my head as I like to video all of my parkruns and put them on YouTube for other parkrunners, so please have a look and see if you can spot yourself. Some photos of the volunteers can be seen at the end of the video.

The FAST version can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xfka-4zaxSA

On to the stats....

This week we had 242 runners, joggers and walkers. Just 14 UNKNOWNSs (don't forget your barcode next week), 114 Females and 114 Males. Some lovely symmetry to the numbers there!

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First 3 Males to finish were James DE GARIS in 19:22, Richard THORBURN in a new PB of 19:53 and Michael GRANT in 19:56. First 3 Female finishers were Louise MANKLOW in a new PB of 23:05, Emma STAFFORD-BELL in 23:16 and Emma SIMM in 25:02.

There were 54 parkrunners who were new to Guernsey parkrun of whom 27 were doing their first ever parkrun, and an amazing 30 PB's. So well done to everyone and we hope to see you back next week.

The "most runniest runner" was David ORME on 228 parkruns (a strange coincedence that despite not having actually met David, we also ran together in June in Sweden), but there were 19 other members of the 100 Club, 30 members of the 50 Club and 14 members of the 10 Club present. The only official milestones achieved today were Sue LAWRENCE who joined the 50 Club and Leo MARLEY who joined the 10 Club, great work!

Highest Age Grading on the day was Mary SWINDLES with 74.25%, with an astonishing time of 28:09 in the VW65-69 category!!

The person who has run at Guernsey parkrun more often than anyone else is Terry GREENING who has run here at 139 of the 174 events. Well done Terry, that's commitment!!

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Other news....

We now have two excellent parkrun podcasts available each week. "Free Weekly Timed" is the offical parkrun podcast with Vassos Alexander and Louise Ayling. We also have "With Me Now" with Danny Norman and Nicola Forwood which is an independent parkrun-based podcast (some of you may remember Danny and Nicola from the much loved "The parkrun Show"). I thoroughly recommend them both.

Mark Pinney (A2522444)
Stevenage
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Guernsey parkrun Event #171 -10 August 2019

As the worst storm since storm Hannah began to pick up on Friday afternoon, we watched with nervous anticipation as swathes of parkruns began to get cancelled across the mainland. It was with great relief to see the high vis heroes already setting the course up when we pulled into the carpark at 8:20 on Saturday morning.

We were advised that Guernsey always has a lot of visitors and tourists. Today was no exception, despite high winds meaning that there would be no visitors from cruise ships, we still saw visitors from Exeter, Oxford, Wyre Forest, Ipswich, Coventry, Kettering, Billericay & Telford to name just a few...

Today Thomas Merrien was able to run for the first time without looking after a responsible adult. Happy 11th Birthday Thomas!

Well done to Jonathan Smith and Teresa Dowinton who both completed their 50th parkrun today.

Many congratulations to Kirsten Price, volunteering for the 100th time today. What a fantastic achievement!

We also saw 44 brand new parkrunners this week. Welcome to the world of parkrun. We hope to see you again soon.

The course is so much more than a run along the coast, it is one of the most beautiful routes I have visited. The section around the common providing variety as well as scenery and epic views.

Here is the results summary:

This week 213 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 44 were first timers and 18 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 18 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 20 volunteers:

Anthony O'BRIEN • Victoria O'BRIEN • Nicola SHARP • Catherine BIRNIE • Lorna O'DONNELL • Alexander O'BRIEN • Mandy LANGMEAD • Mel CROCKER • Josh LANGMEAD • Kirsten PRICE • Iain KILPATRICK • Alex ALLAN • Tim HATTON • Kate MORRIS • Joanna HOLLYER-HILL • Theo HOLLYER-HILL • John HIBBS • Philippa ELLYATT • Oliver ELLYATT • Helene LE VALLEE

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

The male record is held by Michael BATISTE who recorded a time of 16:48 on 23rd June 2018 (event number 113).
The female record is held by Louise PERRIO who recorded a time of 17:58 on 18th August 2018 (event number 121).
The Age Grade course record is held by Julie LAWLOR who recorded 93.81% (25:51) on 20th April 2019 (event number 155).

Guernsey parkrun started on 9th April 2016. Since then 3,794 participants have completed 21,798 parkruns covering a total distance of 108,990 km, including 4,194 new Personal Bests. A total of 327 individuals have volunteered 2,518 times.

Thanks for today
Vicki O’Brien
Coventry parkrun

 

Guernsey parkrun Event #169 – 27 July 2019

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I have been really been looking forward to coming back to Guernsey as my last visit was in 1982 as a teenager! The island was just as beautiful as I remember with flowers everywhere and everyone so friendly. A real highlight was parkrun today, the course has the most wonderful views over Pembroke Bay and we were blessed with blue sky and sunshine.

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A number of visitors today with the longest distance travelled being Annemarie from Canberra. We started with the first timers briefing where we were warned about rabbit holes, golfers and the shooting range. Well there must be some huge rabbits in Guernsey judging from the size of some of the holes! Then after the usual briefing, off we went. The course has spectacular views across the bay and then cuts over the common where the going is soft, sandy and undulating.

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It was a real treat to sit out in the sun having a post-parkrun coffee and cake, the beach café was busy with parkrunners. The sea was so tempting after a hot run, so we jumped in for a quick dip before heading off for a walk around the next bay.

Well done to the 12 people who did their first parkrun today, I hope you all come to love it and the parkrun community. As always, a big thank you to the volunteers who make the event so special.

Lindsay Middleton-Scarr
Reigate Priory parkrun

Here is the results summary:

This week 216 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 39 were first timers and 37 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 25 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 16 volunteers:

Nicola SHARP • Lindsay MIDDLETON-SCARR • Catherine BIRNIE • Lorna O'DONNELL • Karl BROUARD • David REED • Alex ALLAN • Dave WHEAL • Soo WELLFAIR • Laura HALFORD • Julie TWIST • Lynne WOOD • Helene LE VALLEE • James MAGUIRE • Simon HOLLYER-HILL • Mary HOLLYER HILL

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

The male record is held by Michael BATISTE who recorded a time of 16:48 on 23rd June 2018 (event number 113).
The female record is held by Louise PERRIO who recorded a time of 17:58 on 18th August 2018 (event number 121).
The Age Grade course record is held by Julie LAWLOR who recorded 93.81% (25:51) on 20th April 2019 (event number 155).

Guernsey parkrun started on 9th April 2016. Since then 3,716 participants have completed 21,359 parkruns covering a total distance of 106,795 km, including 4,142 new Personal Bests. A total of 324 individuals have volunteered 2,482 times.

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