Phoenix Marvels!

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89838487_2516795955250044_5923610790039912448_oOur wonderful volunteers ensuring we can all enjoy our parkrun in safety and with the nicest of welcomes and support to help us round the course.

A huge well done to Mike Sherwin on his 100th Parkrun and thanks for his selection of (individually wrapped!) sweets and treats. Unfortunately Mike evaded the photos…again. We will be ready for you at run 250!

An absolutely awesome congratulations to Sue and Graham ‘Grahams Hill’ Lancaster who have both achieved their 100th volunteers’ roles today. Their support for this event continues to be a credit to Parkrun and all the Phoenix team are grateful for their continued participation.

Phoenix parkrun
Event number 159
14th March 2020

This week 77 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 15 were first timers and 12 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 11 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 18 volunteers:
John HOUGHTON • Cindy DONNELLY • Kerry MERCER • Julie BIRCHALL • Val BELLINGHAM • Joe MERCER • Christopher BURGESS • Kerrie BIGNALL • Deb HOLLIDAY • Sonia MCWHAN • Sue LANCASTER • Graham LANCASTER • John URQUHART • Brian ROBSON • Liz EAKIN • Adam MCCLOREY • Luke FEARN • Megan RICHARDSON

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

The female record is held by Sophie WOOD who recorded a time of 19:07 on 30th November 2019 (event number 144).
The male record is held by James WESTLAKE who recorded a time of 16:36 on 28th December 2019 (event number 148).
The Age Grade course record is held by Colin BISHOP who recorded 87.20% (18:14) on 6th April 2019 (event number 111).

Phoenix parkrun started on 28th January 2017. Since then 3,432 participants have completed 14,883 parkruns covering a total distance of 74,415 km, including 2,941 new Personal Bests. A total of 371 individuals have volunteered 2,843 times.

For the current position regarding COVID-19(Coronavirus) and implications for parkrun events, go to any Parkrun webpage and follow the red banner link at the top of the page. We will also post updates on our Facebook page.

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