This week 134 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 64 were first timers and 21 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 26 different clubs took part.
Well, its fair to say, we missed you all lol
We are so grateful that in such a short space of time with have such a great group that means a) we can disappear with absolutely no detriment to our little community event, and b) there are so many of you willing to step in, management team and runners alike
Thankyou from the bottom of our hearts.
Truly a parkrun family
And what a weekend to return too, brilliant weather and an island over flowing with runners for the Easter Festival and Mountain Marathon.
It was great to see so many of you on Friday for the Port Erin 10k - you all done so well, as well as potting a few parkrun milestone t-shirts.
We were a little nervous come Saturday set up, as we were a little ring rusty from our absence - a few added nerves appeared when we noticed runners appearing from 8:20 onwards, definitely not an island trait, and these numbers grew steadily as 09:00 approached - as with last year we were about to benefit from the Festival too - reflected in nearly 50% first timers.
134 crossed the finish line, our second highest attendance, the highest this year.
Pleasing to see all shepherded safely across by tail walker Terry Bates, achieving his 50th milestone this week (a growing group)
parkrun UK made contact in our absence to say that we would soon be receiving some replacement kit, due to recent changes in sponsors - this is good news as we will see new tokens etc
One piece acquired by us went down a storm, our parkrun selfie frame. A great way to engage and promote Nobles as an event
We also tipped the 5000 runner mark, our 5000th runner being 92nd place John Cassells, accompanied by wife Joanna they came specially to complete Nobles in their efforts to run every event in the North West area - well done John.
Its a timely reminder too to let you know that we only have two more events at Nobles before we move for TT back to Conrhenny. We will be looking for a new volunteering position of 'car park marshal', as we know the parking at the plantation is minimal - this will be one of several volunteering roles that can give the chance for parkrunners to gain volunteer and run credit
See you Saturday guys n gals
The event was made possible by 22 volunteers:
David LANE • Ian BATES • Sam DRINKWATER • Terry BATES • Len CARMODY • Ali KIRBY • Fiona BULLOUGH • Bernie JOHNSON • Charlie ELLIOTT • Kerry THOMPSON • Lynda QUAYLE • Tara CAWTE • Brian BUTLER • Maddison PARTRIDGE • Anne ROGERS • Jo HAMILTON • Arnold John JACOBS • Vanessa WILSON • Rob CLYNES • Corrine WILSON • Helen BEDFORD • John MURPHY
Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Nobles parkrun Results Page.
The male record is held by Adam SCIACCA who recorded a time of 16:28 on 7th July 2018 (event number 31), and by Kevin LOUNDES who also recorded a time of 16:28 on 20th October 2018 (event number 46).
The female record is held by Anna MACKENZIE who recorded a time of 19:13 on 20th April 2019 (event number 72).
The Age Grade course record is held by Sarah Louise CUMBER who recorded 84.66% (19:20) on 20th April 2019 (event number 72).
Nobles parkrun started on 21st October 2017. Since then 1,382 participants have completed 5,042 parkruns covering a total distance of 25,210 km, including 1,231 new Personal Bests. A total of 185 individuals have volunteered 1,300 times.