Now that we are in November, we are delighted to announce that we intend to hold two additional festive parkruns on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day - these will both start at the usual time of 09:30am. Watch out for more details.
Our event co-director Karen Kilpatrick celebrated her birthday yesterday and we all appreciated her commitment at our event while nursing a recent injury.
One of our regular volunteers Gillian Stapely has informed us that she’s joined the Volunteer Club on 25 different occasions. Gillian along with her son, Michael is often is seen down on the course at the ‘TellyTubby’ horn cheering everyone on. Michael himself has recently joined the club and an inspiration to us.
Run Director this week was Rob Dixon who’s been a regular volunteer and core team member from our inaugural back in May. Every week we rely on our volunteers to ensure the safety and smooth running of the event and offer full instruction & support for the role. If you want to help as a volunteer then have a look at our future volunteer roster
This week 35 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 8 were first timers and 6 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 4 different clubs took part.
The event was made possible by 18 volunteers:
Yvonne GENTLES • Gary FRATER • Alastair SCOTT • Karen KILPATRICK • Emily KILPATRICK • Stuart HURCOMB • Rob DIXON • Michael DAVIDSON • Gillian STAPLEY • Rebecca RYLOTT • Delia LEDDY • Kirsty SCOTT • Katie ROY • Laura ROSS • Kristy WILKINS • Niccy ANGUS • Eileen PATERSON • Jane ROBISON
Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on Polkemmet Country parkrun results page
The male record is held by Ross MACKENZIE who recorded a time of 16:41 on 8th June 2019 (event number 3).
The female record is held by Lisa MACDONALD who recorded a time of 19:09 on 15th June 2019 (event number 4).
The Age Grade course record is held by Liz CORBETT who recorded 84.57% (27:13) on 22nd June 2019 (event number 5).
Polkemmet Country parkrun started on 25th May 2019. Since then 1,091 participants have completed 1,980 parkruns covering a total distance of 9,900 km, including 375 new Personal Bests. A total of 138 individuals have volunteered 475 times.