Northampton parkrun 2020 so far by Bryan Lewin

With nothing much better to do, in fact, nothing much to do! … (being an over-70 with a dodgy ticker and, therefore, in self-isolation) … I’ve spent a little time perusing the Northampton parkrun events that have taken place this year, so far.

But first and foremost, with the announcement that all parkruns are cancelled “until at least the end of March”, following government advice and public health guidelines, it is especially disappointing that we can’t go ahead this week. It would have been Bob’s 400th parkrun and also it would have been a special (yellow-themed) occasion to support Rowan's fundraising (those involved are trying to raise £4,000 to purchase his new wheelchair). Not only that, but (if she ran) it would have been Lindsay Reeves’ 300th Northampton parkrun (and her 389th in total) – Lindsay has been part of Northampton parkrun from the very beginning.

There were, potentially 12 parkruns during the period but Storm Dennis, “one of the most intense extratropical cyclones ever recorded”, cancelled us on 15th February (I think that means ‘very wet very windy’ because the official reason we were off was “Dennis had too many baked beans - huge threat”). This date would have had an ‘Alice in Wonderland’ theme – and it is now re-scheduled for 30th May.

During this period, regulars Nigel Swan, Pam Kingston and Steve Cory all notched up 300 parkruns in total. Steve also passed the ‘250 at Northampton’ mark – as did Peter Dixon, Charles Corbett and Andrew Jess. Mark Bonner claimed his 250 T-shirt and lots of parkrunners qualified for 50 and 100 T-shirts; sorry, but far too many to mention you all (or any of you!). And our esteemed Event Director, Alastair Rapley reached the magnificent achievement of volunteering on 100 occasions (according to the official stats … but I suspect that the actual figure is much more).

This is intended to be a collective review, featuring a few of the more noteworthy aspects, rather than a series of individual run reports, but we started the year/decade (yes, I know the argument that it wasn’t actually the beginning of the decade) with Northampton parkrun ♯400 on Wednesday 1st January. Despite the previous night’s celebrations (or not), 600 took part and an impressive 9 out of the first 20 welcomed in the New Year with PBs (there were 75 in total). Mark Hill was first finisher (for the 33rd time) – and with his number 1 spot again on 14th March, he’s now only one behind Luke Greer. Rebecca White was first female, in 19.09 – the third best ever time for our VW 40-44 category.

On 4th January Andy Green finished in 4th place in a time of 17.31 - which was not only a PB for him but it also smashed the previous best time (of 18.06) for VM55-59 parkrunners at Northampton. Andy also holds the Northampton VM 50-54 record (of 17.43) which he achieved six years ago – so he’s obviously improving with age! On 22nd February we had a first timer at Northampton, John Butcher, from Ware Joggers, who ran his 291st parkrun in 37.29, which earned him a place in the list of ‘Age Category Records for Northampton parkrun’ – deservedly so, because John is in the VM85-89 category! And, on 7th March, a determined young lady athlete, named Carole James, chipped a couple of seconds off her previous PB to set a new WWC record of 28.21.

The rare occurrence of 29th February falling on a Saturday (it won’t happen again until 2048) heralded the much anticipated (?!) Northampton parkrun in reverse - and it was certainly very popular. We had a new record attendance of 727 – the fifth largest in the UK that day; only Bushy Park (1029), Milton Keynes (921), Heaton Park (788) and Cannon Hill (781) had more. Noah Bennett (JM15-17) led the way to finish in an impressive 16.35 PB … and everyone managed to find their way round without mishap.

Northampton parkrun ♯409 on 7th March celebrated International Women’s Day by encouraging runners etc to bring along a female friend or relative – and it seemed to work. Our normal split is to have 40-50 more males than females taking part but, on this occasion, we had 281 females and 282 males - and 46 ‘other’ (a reference to ‘no barcode’, not gender). Maggie McQuaid, a first timer with us (but doing her 199th parkrun) was first female in 19.56; Elaine Danby (VW 60-64) registered 85.93% on that age grade thingummy … and there were lots of female milestones and PBs. (Some of the males also did quite well).

Our final parkrun for a while, on 14th March, was presided over by new RD, Julia Bradnam. It saw Mark Hill as first finisher (on his 100th parkrun) and Jessica Lamb (JW10) as first female in a brilliant PB of 21.12, the third best ever time at Northampton for this age category.

Finally, my view (from that corner) is that everyone who takes part in parkrun tries and gives of their best, whether they finish first or 500th. But I suspect that it’s always good to see your efforts rewarded in the form of improved times. About a year ago, Stirling Green (JM15-17) was finishing in around 21 minutes – since then, he’s achieved 10 PBs and, most recently, knocked 30 seconds off - so he’s now down to 17.45. No less impressively, Lynette Sampson (VW55-59) only started parkrunning this year but she has improved her time each run and she’s gone from 53.55 to 46.23. Well done to this pair, the hundreds like them and everyone else who makes Northampton parkrun such a superb event each week.

I gather Vera Lynn (103 years young on 20th March) has said we should evoke the wartime spirit, so, as she (nearly) sang:We'll meet again I do know where I don't know when But I know we'll meet again some sunny day Keep smiling through Just like you always do ‘Til the blue skies drive the dark clouds far away.

BryanLewin3

 

 

21st March parkrun – A parkrun not to be missed

Why not miss this parkrun?

Rowan's Reality parkrun (Yellow theme for his love of minions) to find out more then visit https://rowansreality.azurewebsites.net/About.html 

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We will also be celebrating 86 year old Bob Emmerson's 400th parkrun.  Mrs Emmerson will be there supporting and providing a table with nibbles to celebrate.

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Meet the core team at Northampton parkrun

Event Director - Alastair Rapley

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I was introduced or was rather told to try out parkrun by one of our resident legend Alan (his sister Pauline is our next door neighbour). I would describe myself as a lazy runner, no training, stretching, warming up or... down or side to side for that matter - 5k is the perfectly adequate. My favourite run ... around the Le Man race track early on the morning of the race, the scariest one - running into a field to find I was in the middle of a police dog training exercise - defiantly my PB on max Basil Fawlty mode

Co Event Director - Matt Bushell

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I discovered parkrun in 2015 soon after taking up running. I soon realised the importance of volunteers to the event and gave this a go one week. It’s hard to imagine Saturdays without parkrun now and i enjoy it regardless of whether I run or volunteer. It’s always good to see the Northampton regulars or do a bit of tourism when I get the chance.

My own running involves a mix of events over the year. Like many, I started at 5k which soon became 10k, and so began the journey through half-marathon, marathon, ultra etc. The most important thing for me however is to enjoy running regardless of the time or distance.

Run Director - Michelle Lewis

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Known as the one that dresses up a lot, Purple Crayon, volunteer credits a lot higher than parkrun participations, first parkrunner in the world to do all three in Seattle (June 2019), one of core team setting up the Junior parkrun, does not need microphone as those at back can hear me when I speak normally and I love a selfie :-).

My first parkrun was in 2014 at the Racecourse and then had a bit of a break as focused on marathon training at weekends.  Back then the thought of including parkrun in a long run was unheard off (all those parkruns missed arghhhh).  2017  Gabby (previous Event Director) advertised for a volunteer to take on the role making the Racecourse parkrun aware to the wider communities and yours truly rose to the challenge (Visually Impaired, Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Wheelchair users, mums to be and 5K Your Way, which supports those going through or in remission of cancer). It is great to see we not only welcoming parkrunners with all abilities, but the support is just amazing for each other and it is just so natural.  Outside parkrun I manage 'Step Forward with Lewis' that offers fartlek, hill sessions and chatty runs free and open to all levels.

What is parkrun to me? a drug that offers laughs, opportunity to fancy dress, friendships and an excuse to have latta and a large cake with no guilt on a Saturday morning :-)

Run Director - Szabolcs Mate

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I learned about parkrun when a Facebook friend of mine replied to a public post. An appeal for volunteers by Northampton Parkrun for event #111. I thought this was a great idea so I replied too and turned up. I wasn't even registered yet, so I never got the credit for that event, which makes that day even more special. I got hooked instantly, and earned my purple t-shirt rather quickly. As for running, I generally prefer minimum 5k, but no longer than a half marathon. On my own terms though, whenever, and wherever I feel like, so usually no races for me. All I want is running twice a week on average, and keep it up for the next 40 years or more haha. Now onto running parkrun... Yeah... The rumour is true. I never ever run one. As above, I prefer running on my own terms, and when I have the time I chose to volunteer. Also, having zero runs at this stage is a rather special badge one can only lose, haha.

Run Director - Kathryn Hall

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I remember watching the first or second London marathon when I was small and thinking "I want to do that". I was so inspired, the music, the stories, the persoanl challenge, it got me. When I joined St Neots Riverside Runners in 2002, I got lucky in their ballot and was able to realise my one ambition. What a day, and what a privilige to be able to have run the world's most famous marathon. I lost my running mojo after my mum died 2007 and it was parkrun and my own jogging group that helped to get it back. I've now run 3 marathons, around 15 half marathons and various other multi terrain events.

I did not fully commit to parkrun until 2017, it then became my weekly catch up with my good friend Ruksana, and I was soon making friends. In April 2016, I started a jogging group, Abington park Joggers, initially for beginners and then for everyone. parkrun has become a big part of the support for our runners and a good second weekly run. Its therapeutic in so many ways. If I could put parkrun in a bottle, I'd give some to everyone I know.

Run Director - Hattie Rapley

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My mum and dad have always run and used to go on Sunday long runs together so I got accustomed to the worn running shoes and sweaty clothes from a young age.  I used to do Sports Relief mile every year and took part in many of the Race for Life's 5K and 10K in Northampton between the ages of 12 and 16.  I then took up running as a form of exercise in my late teenage years which included other 10km races such as the Manchester Simply Run in 2018 and 2019.  In 2019 I completed my first marathon at London and whilst I loved every minute, it was easily the hardest thing I have ever done.  It taught me a great deal about training plans and the huge importance of rest days.

I have run at many parkruns, not all of them in the UK and love evolving community and the personal accomplishments it gives early on a Saturday morning.  Being able to organise parkrun at Northampton is a huge privilege and I enjoy being able to support the volunteers in making it happen every week.  Running for me has never been about the time or the number of races completed or how many toenails I can lose but more a space created by oneself in order to think and get away from the world, even if it is just for a few minutes.

Run Director - Bobby Chatterjee

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Started running 6 years ago on a break from other sports, but didn’t quite make it to the end of the road.. 6 half marathons & a marathon later, think I’m finally getting the hang of it! Became a parkrun regular in 2017, & realising I could help by setting up before the run was my route into volunteering. It’s a great team which is always growing, & I now love the volunteering & RD weeks as much as the running ones. Always awesome seeing hundreds of runners & volunteers descend on the Racecourse every Saturday morning, whether it’s the middle of summer, or Christmas morning!

Run Director - Julia Bradham

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My love of running started way back in Primary school when I was picked for the cross-country team. Over the years I have completed 2 marathons, loads of half marathons and at the time of writing 103 parkrun’s. People ask why I love to run, my standard response is ‘I don’t, I love my food and my wine!’ To be brutally honest though running is my release, some me time, time to catch up with friends and family and have a good old rant oh and keep my waistline in order’ish!! I can have the worst of days, receive terrible news but I know when I put on my trainers and pound the streets things become clearer and by the time I get home everything is a bit more focused. I’m not fast and some days my legs feel like lead and slugs overtake me but others I have enough puff for a sprint finish. Occasionally I will be heard to mutter under my breath that ‘I hate running’ (especially if it’s cold and wet) but that feeling of satisfaction and accomplishment when a run is finished certainly outweighs the hate bit.

 

International Women’s Day – 7th March 2020

We are celebrating International Womens Day by encouraging you to bring along a female friend or relative on March 7th.

Whether volunteering, running, walking, or jogging, we would love to see more women and girls joining us and celebrating International Womens Day.

Many females sign up for parkrun but then take a long time to go and do their first event. This is a great opportunity to welcome those who may find those first steps a bit daunting.

So, to all the women and girls out there, young, old, any shape, any size, any background, any fitness level, we welcome you to join the parkrun family on 7th March.

IWD

 

For more information https://blog.parkrun.com/uk/2020/02/05/help-us-celebrate-female-participation-for-iwdparkrun/

 

#402 – In search of an N by Sue Martin

We are on a spell of parkrun tourism and this week we were at Northampton – to get an N
for our parkrun alphabet! We weren’t the only tourists there, with the unofficial prize for the
furthest travelled tourist going to the person who joined us from Amsterdam!

There were several notable milestones amongst the parkrunners this week. James STRYJEKMatthew JEFFCOATE and Matthew JEFFCOATE were running their 50th parkrun,  Roy ANDERSON on his 100th parkrun, Katherine MCFADIANKatie WHITE and Angela WHITE were running their 150th parkrun and Dave SWIFT was running his 200th parkrun . A special mention to Clive PEARCE who was running his 50th different venue on his birthday and Sharon CONQUER volunteering for the 50th time! Congratulations to you all!

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This week there were 677 parkrunners, which was the third highest attendance ever here,
possibly due to some people starting their new year resolutions a little late but more
probably because word is spreading about how great Northampton parkrun is!

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The briefing lived up to its name and was brief, but informative, and the run started on time
which is always a positive. The course is a two lap circuit of the racecourse park, with the
second lap being shorter than the first. The course is fairly flat and racecourse park is
quite open so you can see the parkrunners on other parts of the course as you go round -
making a lovely colourful vision for the runners and to show those who have not yet
decided to join us that parkrun is here! The course was marshalled by friendly and
encouraging marshals who stood in some quite cold and windy conditions to cheer us on – thank you marshal! 35 volunteers made this week’s parkrun possibe, so a massive thank
you to all of you.

I like to find out a little bit about where I am visiting, and I was surprised to learn that
Northampton racecourse is not actually a racecourse! Although it was once - historically,
regular horse racing meetings were held here but these ceased in 1904 due to the high
number of accidents caused by the sharpness of the track. Nowadays it is an open space
park comprising of about 118 acres of parkland.

Horse racing was held here at various points in its history and the racecourse was anti-
clockwise around the park. Interestingly, parkrun has stuck with this tradition and is also
run anti-clockwise.

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The hotel at the corner of the racecourse was built to accommodate keen racegoers but
was closed in 1904 when the racing here stopped. It then remained empty for 18 years
earning it the name “The White Elephant”, the name by which it is still known today.

On to a few parkrun stats - this week was run number 402. Of the 677 parkrunners 53
people were running their first ever parkrun and a further 46 did their first Northampton
parkrun. 60 people achieved a PB – congratulations to you all and to everyone who got a
result for their stopwatch bingo!

Thanks for a great parkrun – hope to see you again!

Sue Martin (Leamington)

 

 

Northampton parkrun up to 4 January 2020 #401 by Bryan Lewin

Total parkruns (by ‘regulars’ at Northampton)

Bob Emmerson 390
Lindsay Reeves 379
John Fitzhugh 326
Nicholas Rose 325
Geoffrey Lewis Jeyes 314
Studney Kirby 313
Edward John Taylor 304
Becky Dixey 303
Nigel Swan 296
Steve Cory 296
Pam Kingston 296
We also get fairly frequent visits from Len Voralia (448), Sally Hewitt (326) and Paul Hewitt (319).

Total parkruns at Northampton
Bob Emmerson 383
John Fitzhugh 325
Geoffrey Lewis Jeyes 305
Lindsay Reeves 297
Nicholas Rose 295
Edward John Taylor 285
Nigel Swan 282
Alan Palmer 280
Studney Kirby 276
Becky Dixey 265

Bryan
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#401 by Andy Lack

The first Saturday run of the New Year, a total of 572 athletes ran, jogged the course along with buggy runners and eager dogs pulling their owners round.

As always a large number of volunteers, set up, marshalled, and cleared up after all the runners had finished. The massive effort from these people allows us to run each week. Many of these are at the event most week, some having done upwards of a 100 volunteer weeks. Not only do they do the above, they also shout encouragement to all those on the course. Particular mention to the person who stands at about 400 meters from the finish calling out the times as we run bye.

Of the 572 runners, 19 of these have the 25 graphic meaning they have volunteered 25 times, a great example to us all, volunteering is rewarding if you have not done so, sign up you will enjoy it and will be giving back to the parkrun family.

56 runners were first timers, hope you all will be back.
68 ran a PB
27 clubs represented.

Roll on next week so we can do it all again.

Andy

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Northampton parkrun at BBC Northampton Radio

This morning Michelle Lewis, one of the core team members, appeared on the local radio BBC station to discuss parkrun and why you should join the parkrun family.

1:54 in - https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p07xcrv5

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#400 New Year’s Day parkrun – By Craig Lewis

New Year. New you? Same parkun...
Northampton parkrun celebrated its 400th installment this week - on no less than New Year's Day.

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An incredible 599 people took part in the event, and every last one of them set a personal best time. For 2020.
There were a host of genuine PBs as well (76 in all), including from three of the top four finishers.
None of them, however, could keep up with Mark HILL, who led everyone home in the first race of the 20s in a roaring 16 minutes 22 seconds.

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There were plenty of milestones as well.

50 parkruns = Carl THOMPSON, Mike CAMPBELL, Charlotte NEWTON, Sally ELLIOTT

100 parkruns = Matthew LETTS and Julia BRADNAM

Birthday - Olivia ANDERTON

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And on the day of our 400th, Northampton legend Bob EMMERSON completed his 389th parkrun with 382 of them having taken place at the Racecourse.

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To show how diverse the Northampton parkrun has become it was amazing to see volunteering Carole JAMES in Maverick (Yes she names her chairs after Top Gun characters), Simon ELLIOTT and Matthew LETT covering the Visual Impaired roles to Scarlett and Eliza and finally Claire HEDGES who is profoundly deaf sign support to the deaf and hard of hearing parkrunners.

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If you're searching for a New Year's resolution, perhaps volunteering for parkrun in 2020 could be the way forward.

Huge thanks as ever to those who volunteered this week - the full list for New Year's Day is as follows:

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VOLUNTEER LIST

Laura A R SMITH • Alison POSTLETHWAITE • Joanne MACGREGOR • Leigh BARKER • Bryan LEWIN • Rachel Helen CANHAM • Chris LAMB • Angela SHAW • David FARROW • Seb PERRY • Lisa JACOBS • Antonio AMATO • Michelle LEWIS • Craig LEWIS • Ralph STAHMANN • Catriona DOYLE • Simon ELLIOTT • Vicky NICHOLAS • Matthew LETTS • Bryan WINN • Peter VICKERS • Lynette HILL-PARK • Oli CHERRINGTON • Carole JAMES • Jeff BATTISON • Cheryl COLLIN • Anthea RADDAN • Simon WOLFENDEN • Darren JUDD • Olivia ANDERTON • Claire HEDGES • Andrew WENSLEY • Amy JUDD • Stu VINCENT

FYI - Northampton parkrun started on 5th May 2012. Since then 15,452 participants have completed 139,427 parkruns covering a total distance of 697,135 km, including 24,242 new Personal Bests. A total of 1,326 individuals have volunteered 8,379 times.

Kind Regards
Craig
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#399 2019 final run report by Bryan Lewin

As we enter a new year, a few personal (and highly selective) observations from me on Northampton parkrun over the last 12 months.

It was a year when … there were 52 events, with an average of 485 parkrunners running, jogging, walking, wheeling at each event (our overall average is 347.9 … there were two cancellations (one, in March, because of icy paths, the other because of the Northampton Town Festival)) … the highest number taking part was 640 (on Christmas Day); the lowest was 248 (on 2 November, when weather conditions were slightly inclement, to say the least) … we introduced ‘5k Your Way, Move against Cancer’ (and welcomed Breast Friends Northampton) on the last Saturday of every month, to encourage anyone undergoing cancer treatment or living beyond this disease to take part in a supportive environment.

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Our parkrun on 11th May was taken over as part of Deaf Awareness Week - with Alexy Dury, from Deaf Hub, using sign language to carry out the pre-run briefing.

 

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Alexy’s post-race comments included “It gave me shivers down my spine to see so many people using BSL (British Sign Language), even the fast runners managed to sign something quickly as they passed me!” … we were proud runners-up (no pun intended!) for a Northampton Heart of the Community Award (individuals and groups are shortlisted “for their hard work in their communities, making Northampton a better place to live, work and visit”)

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We celebrated our 7th birthday (having started in May 2012; initial RDs Gabrielle Deere and Helen van Eum are still frequent participants) … we hosted a special themed event to celebrate Pride in Northamptonshire... we, gratefully, had take-overs from a variety of clubs and organisations … Bob, Gerald Billis and Alan Palmer represented us at a special parkrun at Bushy park in July which acknowledged Octagenarians … Kathryn Hall, Bobby Chatterjee and Julia Bradnam joined the core group … and we acquired a parkrun photo frame!

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Locally, we had four new parkruns during the year – Watermeadows, Salcey Forest, Irchester Country and Brixworth Country. Nationally, there was a new parkrun female world record (Charlotte Arter ran 15:50 at Cardiff parkrun on 5 January 2019), Bushy park had the UK’s biggest ever attendance (2,545) on Christmas Day and the powers-that-be introduced a new-style parkrun results page in October (the less said, the better!).

Bob the Legend celebrated his 86th birthday and still leads the way with 381 Northampton parkruns – although we get the occasional visit from Len Voralia, who has completed 445 in total! … Leigh Barker revelled in the attention (twice) of a ‘significant’ birthday and, on 30th November, of her volunteering for the 300th occasion (the first finisher of that day’s event was, appropriately, Leigh’s son-in-law, Chris Lamb) … and, on the 19th October, Roger Sawtell did his first-ever parkrun (at the ripe-young age of 92).

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Unsurprisingly, Roger holds the VM 90-94 age category record (44:50), which he achieved on Christmas Day (his fifth parkrun). During the year, the following set new age category records – Hallie Barford Coulson 19:55 (JW10); Emily Williams 18:10 (JW15-17); Elisha de Mello 15:27 (SM20-24); Andy Green 17:46 (VM55-59) – on Christmas Day!; Elaine Danby 21:58 (VW60-64). The incredible Angela Copson equalled her (VW70-74) time of 22:29 – scoring 102.37 % on the age grading thingie. And the always-inspiring Carole James smashed over five minutes off her previous best to record 28:23 (WWC). Elisha de Mello’s 15:27 was the fifth fast ever at Northampton … Elaine Danby now holds the record for best times in three age categories (VW50-54), (VW55-59) and VW 60-64).

Luke Greer added four more to his total of first finishes – he’s now had 35 (from 54 runs in total), more than anyone else. Mark Hill and Andy Heather each achieved six first finishes. Emily Williams’ 18:10 was the best female time in 2019. Elaine Danby had three first place female finishes, making it 12 in total; Rosanna Andrews has most first place female finishes (19) - aided by two this year. Mention ought to be made of Lewis Panter (JM11-14) and Ella Darby (JW11-14) who both put their names on the ‘parkrunners with most first place finishes at Northampton parkrun’ scoreboard.

Too many ‘proper’ milestones to count (!) … but the ‘300 club’ (i.e. runners whose majority of parkruns were on the Racecourse) now consists of Bob (388 total runs), Lindsay Reeves (376), John Fitzhugh (325), Nicholas Rose (325), Geoffrey Alan Jeyes (312), Studney Kirby (311), Becky Dixey (301) and Edward John Taylor (301). Five of this eight took part in Northampton parkrun #1! Quite a few regulars are now entitled to wear the 250 T-shirt – apologies that reasons of space prevent me from naming you all (or, indeed, any of you!).

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Myself – I ran Northampton parkrun three times: on New Year’s Day (with a surprising 27:21 PB), near my birthday and when Michelle did her 100th – I also touristed at Temple Newsam, Eastbourne and Sixfields Upton. And I passed a century of Saturday mornings where I stand, clap my hands and shout at people …

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On to 2020 – and what’s in store? Who knows? But I don’t think it’s any great secret to say that we are well on the way to having a Junior parkrun up and jogging (or whatever) early in the year.

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To finish, the usual plea: “Northampton parkrun needs you! It is entirely organised by volunteers - email northamptonhelpers@parkrun.com to help.”

Bryan

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