Event #241, 18.01.2020

Thanks to all our volunteers this morning - it was a cold one!

Lorraine SYME-SMITH • Ian A SMITH • Siobhan SELLAR • Jamie TAIT • Ann RAUTENBACH • Andrew JOHNSTON • Ciara WEBB • Mary RITCHIE • Ciaron FORREST • Gary John O'NEILL • Emma LOUGHEED • Eleanor SINGER • Graeme THOM • Ross DOUGLAS • Gillian CARSE • Grant SELLAR • Ross J NICOL • Gary HALL • Anne STEINBERG • Dorothy GROOBY • Rachel MURRAY • Fiona NICHOL • Heather DONALD • Stuart BARCLAY • Sarah Esmeralda O'NEILL • Dan PERREGAUX • Eoin O SULLIVAN • David MILNE • Robert MAIN

If you'd like to volunteer in future weeks please email us with your barcode number portobello@parkrun.com

Just a couple of things to note today:
Please don't take your child into the finish funnel if they haven't completed the parkrun. Everyone that goes into the funnel will get clicked for a time, and we need to match the times to the finish tokens. It creates work for the results processor as it knocks the data out.

If you must clear your nose or throat whilst running, please ensure you don't do this in the vicinity of anyone else.

This week 482 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 72 were first timers and 31 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 37 different clubs took part.

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

The male record is held by Andrew DOUGLAS who recorded a time of 15:21 on 7th November 2015 (event number 29).
The female record is held by Jo WILLIAMS who recorded a time of 17:13 on 26th May 2018 (event number 157).
The Age Grade course record is held by Susan BURNS who recorded 92.66% (20:39) on 28th July 2018 (event number 166).

Portobello parkrun, Edinburgh started on 18th April 2015. Since then 12,006 participants have completed 67,020 parkruns covering a total distance of 335,100 km, including 11,368 new Personal Bests. A total of 895 individuals have volunteered 4,915 times.

 

Event #240: 04.01.2020

Well done everyone today! January is always a busy time at Portobello parkrun and we really appreciate you all listening to the marshals and keeping your dogs in tow and your children u11 with you.

If you'd like to volunteer please let us know- just email portobello@parkrun.com with your barcode number and we will add you to the roster.

This week 445 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 73 were first timers and 33 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 38 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 26 volunteers:

Lorraine SYME-SMITH • Ian A SMITH • David LIMMER • Ciara WEBB • Emma LOUGHEED • Ross J NICOL • Gordon TURNBULL • Lynda HENDERSON • Jonathan HENDERSON • Jennie SIMPSON • Douglas FORRESTER • Lynne-Marie THOM • Naomi SIMPSON • Victoria BRUCE • Calum BRUCE • Finlay BRUCE • Claire Cakes MATHIESON • Rachel MURRAY • Alex BRUCE • Kuba SKRZYNIARZ • Helen RALSTON • Luca BASSO • Kayla Megan HENDERSON • Fraser MAY • David MILNE • Lynne TURNER • Robert MAIN

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

The male record is held by Andrew DOUGLAS who recorded a time of 15:21 on 7th November 2015 (event number 29).
The female record is held by Jo WILLIAMS who recorded a time of 17:13 on 26th May 2018 (event number 157).
The Age Grade course record is held by Susan BURNS who recorded 92.66% (20:39) on 28th July 2018 (event number 166).

Portobello parkrun, Edinburgh started on 18th April 2015. Since then 11,934 participants have completed 66,538 parkruns covering a total distance of 332,690 km, including 11,337 new Personal Bests. A total of 893 individuals have volunteered 4,886 times.

 

Event #239, 01.01.2020: Happy New Year!

Well, there’s another attendance record smashed! We had 493 finishers this morning. Well done to you all! I’d like to extend my thanks and gratitude to the volunteers who gave up their time this morning to ensure parkrun went ahead. Despite the numbers everything went really smoothly.

We have a full roster this Saturday but if you’d like to volunteer in future weeks please let us know on portobello@parkrun.com. Your high-vis heroes today were:

Fiona M MACKENZIE • Tracy-Ann AITON • Ann RAUTENBACH • Robert MAIN • Ciara WEBB • Emily BANKS • Lyn PHILLIPS • Jennifer O'NEILL • Jill SWALES • Gary HALL • Chris NODEN • Jennie SIMPSON • Dorothy GROOBY • Navid HEMMATI • Naomi SIMPSON • Louise ANDERSON • Claire Cakes MATHIESON • Kuba SKRZYNIARZ • Caroline DESMULLIEZ • Louise MARR • Brian HOLLINSWORTH • David MILNE • Muriel MORRISON • Lynne TURNER

A special welcome to everyone who ran at Portobello for the first time today. We had 121 people new to Porty. For those who don’t know, we have a parkrun every Saturday at 0930. We’re not just here on NYD!

Please remember there are no toilets in the park. It’s not ok to pee in the park or as we were told today, within view of people’s homes. Please make sure you use the toilet before you come to parkrun.

We got all our tokens back-thank you! They’ve all been washed and sorted before we use them again on Saturday.

The Portobello parkrun, Edinburgh core team would like to thank you for your continued support and wish you all a very Happy New Year.

 

Event #238: 28 December 2019

And that's it, the last Porty parkrun of the decade! Many thanks to all who have made this decade such fun.

Please can Finlay Glass get in touch. Your barcode scanned but not your finish token.

We had some fun with finish tokens this week. It seems that tokens 50-59 were handed out in reverse order. The results have been re-processed to reflect this. Apologies if this affected you.

If you would like to volunteer in a future week, please get in touch at portobello@parkrun.com. Go on, make it your New Year resolution, it is great fun!

Please join us for an extra parkrun on New Year's Day at 9.30am. This is the only day of the year that you can run two pparkruns on the same day. Vogrie and Livingston are running at 11am so, if you're quick, you might be able to do both. See https://www.parkrun.org.uk/special-events/ for all events on New Year.

View of the runners from the start line on 28th December 2019

This week 356 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 56 were first timers and 38 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 37 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 24 volunteers:

Murdo MACLEOD • Andrew SIMPSON • Mary HOCKENHULL • Sorrel COSENS • Michael JAMES • Ann RAUTENBACH • Robert MAIN • Laura PLUMB • Etta WATTERS • Andrea BARLOW • Jennie SIMPSON • Dawn LAWSON • Kit LAWSON • Dave STONE • Naomi SIMPSON • Anne MOAR • Iain HOCKENHULL • Kuba SKRZYNIARZ • Luca BASSO • Richard UNGLESS • Quinn UNGLESS • Elaine KILPATRICK • David MILNE • Lynne TURNER

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

The male record is held by Andrew DOUGLAS who recorded a time of 15:21 on 7th November 2015 (event number 29).
The female record is held by Jo WILLIAMS who recorded a time of 17:13 on 26th May 2018 (event number 157).
The Age Grade course record is held by Susan BURNS who recorded 92.66% (20:39) on 28th July 2018 (event number 166).

Portobello parkrun, Edinburgh started on 18th April 2015. Since then 11,739 participants have completed 65,600 parkruns covering a total distance of 328,000 km, including 11,258 new Personal Bests. A total of 891 individuals have volunteered 4,836 times.

I hope you had a Merry Christmas and wish you a Happy New Year!

Robert

 

21st December the non run report. Bah humbug!

Well i wasn't expecting to wake up to a frozen car this morning, the weather forecast looked like it was going to be quite mild! This prompted me to leave a bit earlier than normal to do the course check so I was round the park as soon as it was really light enough.  Conditions weren't great and the more I explored the more slippy patches I encountered. It's never an easy decision to cancel, especially when it could go either way ......my head was saying cancel and my heart was saying run.....but chatting to a couple of dog walkers they felt it was quite bad underfoot and when Claire arrived her speed test of the hill and lap turn confirmed it wasn't going to be safe for a few hundred people to fill the paths. Hopefully the early cancellation gave some of you time to get to nearby parkruns and we enjoyed an unexpected run at Meadowmill. So three lessons learned today.....never trust the weather forecast, always volunteer in running kit, and always have a barcode on your person!

Some festive frolics still took place with a number of the Porty regulars meeting up for coffee and breakfast in The Studio cafe so they still got their parkrun fix.

We will have a second attempt at a festive themed parkrun next Saturday 28th so keep your Christmas attire handy!

On the subject of Christmas, there is no run at Portobello on Christmas Day but we will be running at 9:30am on New Years Day. Edinburgh and  Livingston parkrun are both running on Christmas Day. Edinburgh have asked that people car share if possible to help the parking situation so please post of their facebook page if you need, or can offer a lift.  If you're travelling over the festive period the full list of parkuns can be found here: https://www.parkrun.org.uk/special-events/and someone has made a handy tool to help find potential doubles for New Years Day (although I think their driving times assume all traffic lights are on green!): http://tailrun.uk/nyd/2020/

We still need some volunteers for the next couple of weeks and are happy for the sub-21min runners to run then funnel manage or barcode scan. Drop us an email with your barcode number if you can help please. portobello@parkrun.com

https://www.parkrun.org.uk/portobello/futureroster/

So it just remains for me to say (on behalf of all the core team), have a very happy and safe Christmas! Many thanks to all our runners and volunteers for making Porty parkrun the great community that it is.

 

 

Event #237: 14 December 2019 Peace on Earth, Good will to all men (and women)

Today, after the run I was approached by a lady who told me about a fellow parkrunner who was f’ing and blinding at people to get out of his way, but sadly was unable to identify the culprit. This is not acceptable behaviour at parkrun. Please remember that parkrun is a run, not a race and we welcome everybody, regardless of ability. If you wish to pass someone and there is no room, please either wait or politely say ‘excuse me, passing on the right’ or similar. Please encourage other parkrunners whether they be much slower or faster than you.

Please remember that your volunteer team are just that, volunteers, even the core team. Please take time to thank the volunteers whilst you’re running or afterwards, especially when the weather is bad! If your result is wrong or missing, please get in touch via email. We will endeavour to respond to queries sent to the mailbox as soon as possible after the run but we do all work and have very busy lives so it may take us a few hours (or days in some cases) to get back to you. If you’d like to volunteer, please take a look at free roles on the website and send us a mail.

This week started early for us as we’d heard reports of a felled tree on the course on Wednesday so we spent a few days verifying that it would be safe for us to run this week. Many thanks to those of you who were in touch to let us know. If you see something of note in future weeks, please get in touch either on social media or via email.

So, after an extra early walk round the course this morning (to ensure it was safe to run), I spoke to a lady taking her child for a walk in a buggy. She told me she was a runner during the week but the weekend was family time so she couldn’t justify doing parkrun. I told her parkrun is perfect for all the family to spend time together and that she could walk, jog or run the parkrun with all the family. It is always great to see that we have many families who spend quality time together doing parkrun. Please do all register and come along for a great morning (and coffee afterwards at the cafe across the road).

It is always great to see how many of you cycle to parkrun. We’ve had a few requests from the Friends of Figgate Park to avoid trampling the ground in the triangle between the entrance to the park and the storage container as it has bulbs under the soil that are starting to grow over the next few months. As a result, we would ask you to please park bikes either on the path on the other side of the railings (pending confirmation from the Friends, who will check with the railway company that this is ok) or on the railings along the road (along side of the barcode scanners). Please also avoid walking on the triangular area before or after your run. Please also avoid walking through or storing your kit on/around the saplings between the railway buffers set in a circle, to allow them to take and grow. If you’d like to support the Friends of Figgate Park, they are selling their calendars before and after parkrun most weeks at this time of year.

Congratulations to our new club members. This week joining the 50 club we have Lyn Phillips and Louise Anderson. And joining the hundred club we have Nicola Fielding, Kathy McKean, Richard Buckland and Patrick Nelis.

Please remember that next week, it is our last event before Christmas. Please join us in dressing up in something festive.

Please be aware that the cafe is open as normal on 28th December and 4th January but will not be open for our extra run on New Year's Day.

This week 273 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 34 were first timers and 27 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 34 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 25 volunteers:

Chris RUSSELL • Esi APPIAH-ANANE • Ann RAUTENBACH • Robert MAIN • Gavin WILLSHAW • Emma LOUGHEED • Graeme THOM • Ross DOUGLAS • Oliver FERIA-YATES • Anne STEINBERG • Nico FERIA-YATES • Ian THOMAS • Jennie SIMPSON • Dave STONE • Elaine BERRI • Thomaas MALCOLM • Dorothy GROOBY • Naomi SIMPSON • Claire Cakes MATHIESON • Kuba SKRZYNIARZ • Quinn UNGLESS • Fraser MAY • Bridget LEE • Peter GERRARD • Matthew WELDON

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

The male record is held by Andrew DOUGLAS who recorded a time of 15:21 on 7th November 2015 (event number 29).

The female record is held by Jo WILLIAMS who recorded a time of 17:13 on 26th May 2018 (event number 157).

The Age Grade course record is held by Susan BURNS who recorded 92.66% (20:39) on 28th July 2018 (event number 166).

Portobello parkrun, Edinburgh started on 18th April 2015. Since then 11,683 participants have completed 65,244 parkruns covering a total distance of 326,220 km, including 11,220 new Personal Bests. A total of 888 individuals have volunteered 4,812 times.

Have a great weekend! Enjoy your Chrismas parties! And, if I don't see you next week, have a lovely Christmas!

Robert

 

Event #236: 7 December 2019

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This morning marked our first parkun in December of 2019. Last weekend’s St Andrew’s Day parkrun was 10 degrees colder than this morning, meaning we went from a white frosty morning to a very much green morning.  And green is going to be the theme of today’s run report.  As I checked the course this morning the park again was thriving as usual, we are very lucky to have Figgate Park as our parkrun location as it’s part of The Green Flag scheme, that recognises and rewards the best parks and greenspaces in Britain.
<ahref="https://images.parkrun.com/blogs.dir/669/files/2019/12/first-timers.png"> And maybe that's partially the reason people like to choose Porty as their tourism parkrun. We had 46 visitors or first timers this morning coming from all over the globe to see us, it was a pleasure having you, and welcome you back again soon.

This Morning 323 people ran, jogged and walked Porty parkrun, and thanks to me organising perfect conditions a massive 31 recorded new Personal Bests ;-)

This parkrun wouldn't happen without our amazing volunteers. Your Hi Viz heroes were...Eleanor MACKENZIE • Ann RAUTENBACHRobert MAIN Richard MUDIEOliver FERIA-YATESRoss J NICOL Fiona NICOL Gary HALLLaura PLUMBGraeme SYMENico FERIA-YATES Elaine BERRI Dorothy GROOBY Laura HARRISONRachel WARRENDavid WOODQuinn UNGLESS Keith ADAMSONDan PERREGAUXDavid MILNEDiana BARDSLEY Elaine WILSONMatthew WELDON

Milestone Awards

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Laura Dickson completed her 50th parkrun today, and has run our parkrun 30 times! Well done Laura!

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Mary Hockenhull also completed her 50th parkrun this morning, her 46th at Portobello.  Mary says she is very chuffed to get to 50 parkruns, and has thanked all the volunteers who make it happen week in and week out, She also says parkrun has changed her relationship with running for the better.  I have to agree with that one Mary, running at parkrun has definitely helped me enjoy running so much better that it did before.  Well Done Mary!

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And we finish the Green theme with Mike Lieberman starting his parkrun journey in 2011 (4 years before Portobello parkun had even started) today joined the exclusive club, 250 parkruns, claiming his green 250 T-shirt!  Like I said on the pre run brief, 127 runs at Portobello, 381 laps of the park! It is such an impressive stat!  Mike always gives a nice thank you to the volunteers as he runs past,  I feel its a really nice thing to do as you run the course showing appreciation to the Hi Viz Heroes, Mike is also a keen volunteer with us, and I would like to show my appreciation to you for your volunteering also. Mike congratulations on reaching 250 parkruns.

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

I cant beat any better news than this so I will finish here, have a great weekend everyone, hope you enjoyed your morning with us, and we will hopefully see you back soon.

Ross.

 

Event #235: 30 November 2019

A very crisp morning today. Luckily, no rain yesterday so it was safe to run. Quite different from the waterlogged park on Wednesday.

a crispy morning looking out from the start towards Arthur's Seat over the pond

The Friends of Figgate Park were at the finish today selling calendars and food for the ducks/swans. Thanks for joining us guys. It was great talking to you all. Thanks also to everyone who bought something from them. This helps them raise funds that are used to keep the park in such a nice condition for us all to use.

I got talking to a chap this morning who’d just come to the park last Saturday morning for a walk and found hundreds of runners jogging round. It was great to see you’d come back as a parkrunner this week. Welcome to the family!

I was really taken aback by the number of first timers on such a cold morning, 59 of you out of 330 people running, jogging or walking were new to Porty or parkrun altogether. An amazing 40 of you got personal bests! Come on guys, didn’t I say that it wasn’t a PB morning ;P

the volunteers and runners waiting for the start of the Parkrun on a very frosty morning

Well done to Tom Power on both his 50th parkrun and a PB this morning. He was neck and neck with Ross Nicol, one of your Run Directors, who also got a PB. The first time for both of you under 21 minutes, brilliant!

Well done to Keith Adamson for 50 parkruns with us at Porty. Great to see you out there every Saturday!

Another of our regular Run Directors, also the Event Director at Inverleith Junior parkrun and your Volunteer Coordinator today, Sandy MacDonald, volunteered for the 150th time today. He’s now clocked up 84 separate days as a Run Director! This is an amazing achievement, congratulations Sandy and many thanks from us all for your dedication to Parkrun! Inverleith Junior parkrun is a timed 2k event for 4-14 year olds, every Sunday at 9.30am at Inverleith Park, Edinburgh. If you have kids, it’s a great way to get them enthused about running.

There were quite a few excited volunteers this morning when we realised that there was a chance that our male course record could be broken. Jaryd Clifford came home in 15:23, only 2 seconds outside our record. I thought, no problem, he can just come back next week and try again but sadly he flies back to Melbourne, Australia on Tuesday. He’s promised to visit us again in a couple of years to have another go as he really enjoyed the course!

Well done to Charlie Copp on a great run in challenging conditions. I hope you’ve warmed up again now!

I’d like to say an extra special thank you to Alison Rowe, who was volunteering on the funnel today, for the help she gave the guys handing out the tokens! Great to see all the volunteers helping each other.

Great also to see so many young volunteers. Lovely to see how you get in the spirit of parkrun.

And a final big thank you to my wife, Yvonne, who took one look out of the window this morning and decided to made a big pot of soup to warm me up when I got in at lunchtime!

The core team would really love it if you could come and join us for coffee or tea each week after parkrun at The Studio Edinburgh (formerly Planet Cafe) on Baileyfield Road, almost opposite the finish. It is great to hear all your stories and achievements whilst warming up or drying off. We go over and have a coffee whilst your Run Director processes the results and volunteers sort the finish tokens ready for the next week.

If you’d like to volunteer, please mail portobello@parkrun.com giving your barcode number, the role(s) you would like and the date(s) you can help.

Have a great rest of your weekend.

Robert

Representatives of 44 different clubs took part in this week’s run. The event was made possible by 25 volunteers:

Andrew FRASER • Sarah DAVIS • Mike LIEBERMAN • Sandy MACDONALD • Heike ULFERTS • Andrew SHAW • Brian REID • Robert MAIN • Robbie YATES • Paul REDMOND • Oliver FERIA-YATES • Lisa DRYBURGH • Ross J NICOL • Alison ROWE • Rachael SINCLAIR • Nico FERIA-YATES • Charles NAPLES • Calum BRUCE • Kuba SKRZYNIARZ • Louisa GROTRIAN • Eoin O SULLIVAN • David MILNE • Samuel KERINS • Michael CRAIG • Matthew WELDON

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

The male record is held by Andrew DOUGLAS who recorded a time of 15:21 on 7th November 2015 (event number 29).

The female record is held by Jo WILLIAMS who recorded a time of 17:13 on 26th May 2018 (event number 157).

The Age Grade course record is held by Susan BURNS who recorded 92.66% (20:39) on 28th July 2018 (event number 166).

Portobello parkrun, Edinburgh started on 18th April 2015. Since then 11,603 participants have completed 64,648 parkruns covering a total distance of 323,240 km, including 11,162 new Personal Bests. A total of 883 individuals have volunteered 4,763 times.

 

Event #234: 23 November 2019

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FIBONACCI DAY!

November the 23rd (11/23) is Fibonacci Day.  The day honours one of the most influential mathematicians of the middle ages - Leonardo Fibonacci.  The date November 23rd is celebrated because when the date is written mm/dd format (11/23) the digits in the date form a Fibonacci sequence:1,1,2,3. - I thought I’d mention this as today was our 234th parkrun event making todays secret code 11234..... aaaaanyyyyway moving on...

Introduction - After a really cold start of the week, we finally hit Saturday morning to start our weekends of in the best possible way! Figgate Park, Portobello.

830am I walk the course to check the course, walking the course you can really feel the atmosphere building as you meet the early arrivals warming up, Dog walkers saying good morning, the wildlife in the Figgate pond getting on with life.  Conditions were damp, leaves had dropped, and clouds were very much in control of todays weather.

0900 volunteers arrive, we set up the course, and have a quick catch up before we start.  Thank you so much for your hard work this morning.  Your volunteers were. Eleanor MACKENZIE • Ann RAUTENBACH • Robbie YATES • Richard MUDIE • Joyce SALVONA • Oliver FERIA-YATES • John CURREN • Ross J NICOL • Fiona NICOL • Marianne JAMES • Nico FERIA-YATES • Christine CARLTON • Neil PARK • Jennie SIMPSON • Naomi SIMPSON • Kuba SKRZYNIARZ • Luca BASSO • Quinn UNGLESS • Jim MCDOWALL • David MILNE • Matthew WELDON

0915 - We meet the first time and visiting parkrunners! I really hope you enjoyed your first event with us, and really hope to see you back soon. 3969 miles were covered travelling to us today from visitors, coming from Middlesbrough, Northampton, Buckie, Workington, Worthing, Pontypool South Wales, London, Portsmouth, Wakefield, York, Wilmslow, Nairn, Norwich, Glasgow and Redcar! 

0930 - The pre run brief.  Thank you for all listening this morning, we had a few shoutouts today, Congratulations to Luca Basso for his 100th parkrun, and his 25th Volunteering! How good is that!! Luca is a well known face at Porty and I'd like to thank you for all your help volunteering over the years. 234-3

If a double milestone wasn't impressive enough for you, how about this then! Six year old Sarah Esmeralda O'Neill completing her 50th parkrun, not only completing it, but collecting a personal best time at Portobello!! Those stats are just incredible! Well done Sarah!!!234-2Our Time Keeper today was John Curren, another Porty regular and another amazing milestone, 25 volunteering stints to make our parkrun happen.  Thank you so much for all your time John, its very much appreciated by all of us.234-4

 

09:33 - The Run!!! All 363 of you looked amazing out there, bringing much needed colour to the overcast day! No Incidents throughout the morning made me a happy RD! from start to finish, you were all perfect! Thank you! 234-6

10:40 - The Café The best bit about parkrun milestones is the celebratory cake! Thanks very much to the O'Neills for this! it was delicious!!234-1

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

Hope you have a great weekend folks,

Ross.

 

 

Event #233, 16 November 2019

Well done everyone today and an extra well done to Harris Taylor who joined the 50 club today. A great achievement!

Massive thanks to our volunteers. This week's parkrun only happened because of:
Siobhan SELLAR • David SORENSEN • Ciara WEBB • Malcolm FRASER • Stuart FLETCHER • Oliver FERIA-YATES • Ross J NICOL • Kathy MCKEAN • Nico FERIA-YATES • Richard BUCKLAND • Dave STONE • Matthew MCKEAN • Helen ROBINSON • Kuba SKRZYNIARZ • David WEDDERBURN • Tom BALLANTINE • Niamh MURPHY • Edite GAILITE • David MILNE • Muriel MORRISON • Jackie HUTT • Patricia BROWN • Matthew WELDON

If you want to volunteer let us know via portobello@parkrun.com.

Results:
Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Portobello parkrun, Edinburgh Results Page.

The male record is held by Andrew DOUGLAS who recorded a time of 15:21 on 7th November 2015 (event number 29).
The female record is held by Jo WILLIAMS who recorded a time of 17:13 on 26th May 2018 (event number 157).
The Age Grade course record is held by Susan BURNS who recorded 92.66% (20:39) on 28th July 2018 (event number 166).

Portobello parkrun, Edinburgh started on 18th April 2015. Since then 11,483 participants have completed 63,955 parkruns covering a total distance of 319,775 km, including 11,087 new Personal Bests. A total of 881 individuals have volunteered 4,717 times.

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