It was a little warmer this week but still very windy! Thanks to all the volunteers who braved the weather:
Brian WEAVER • Rob MARSHALL • Jason FRARY • Debbie FRARY • Paul ZERGI • Patricia WEBSTER • Isla LONGCAKE • Graham SIMPKIN • Susan SIMPKIN • Rory LONGCAKE • Trinity HERBERTS • Anthony MORRIS • Maggie ZERGI • Ryan BIRKITT • Jacky SHELLEY • James DAY • John MCMAHON • Sarah GREEN • Roman HERBERTS • Timothy JONES
Tokens certainly isn't an easy job in the cold! Here's the brave Trin and Paul trying to keep their fingers from freezing:
This week 209 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 20 were first timers and 45 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 14 different clubs took part.
Sam and Will were tourists from Elgin parkrun in North East Scotland so thank you for visiting us!
Joy celebrated her 60th birthday and 40th parkrun today. Congratulations!
John Frary celebrated his 77th birthday. Here he is striking a pose in front of the gorgeous hall:
Some of our first finishers are pictured here. They're some seriously speedy people! Abigal Scales recorded a new female course record! Congratulations!
That's it from me - have a lovely week and we'll see you all next Saturday for a special pacer event. Don't forget your barcode!
Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Normanby Hall parkrun Results Page.
The male record is held by William STRANGEWAY who recorded a time of 15:45 on 12th January 2019 (event number 62).
The female record is held by Abigail SCALES who recorded a time of 19:50 on 9th February 2019 (event number 66).
The Age Grade course record is held by Caroline WHEELHOUSE who recorded 93.64% (20:26) on 7th July 2018 (event number 34).
Normanby Hall parkrun started on 4th November 2017. Since then 3,398 participants have completed 15,177 parkruns covering a total distance of 75,885 km, including 3,558 new Personal Bests. A total of 249 individuals have volunteered 1,426 times.
parkrun have changed their email system. Our new address is email@example.com. emails to the old 'helpers' and 'office' addresses will continue to work.