Bit of a soggy start to the day but the rain didn’t put you off and 156 of you dragged yourselves out of your warm comfy beds to run, jog and walk the course and an impressive 31 of you recorded new Personal Bests, pretty impressive stats!
We also had representatives of 20 different clubs taking part, some even cycled to Prudhoe from Chester le Street, now that’s what I call an environmentally friendly parkrunner (or perhaps a little bonkers)!
Welcoming tourists from Wimbledon this morning, we hope you enjoyed our course, apologies for the weather!
Well done to Marzena on completing her 50th parkrun!!
Also, don’t forget that our lovely little Riverside Café in the main car park is open all weekend and they now have a magic button that gives you 20% off if you show them your parkrun ID, they also serve food and drinks all day, every day including treats for our four-legged friends.
This week’s event was made possible by 18 volunteers:
Joanne LUCKING • Richard WEYMES • Steven BRADY • Holly KELLEHER • Gary WALSH • Melanie ELLIOTT • Amanda FLETCHER • Maelona REDHEAD • Lisa NAPIER • Kay FRENCH • Haydn WEYMES • Peter REDHEAD • Nicola MACLEAN • Jane SHIPLEY • Janice PAXTON • Alexandra HUGHES • Matthew HUGHES • Paulina BIELENINIK
Thank you for your support as always and don’t forget should you wish to join their ranks, please send a message with your barcode number to - firstname.lastname@example.org
Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Prudhoe Riverside parkrun Results Page.
The female record is held by Unknown (F) who recorded a time of 17:15 on 4th November 2017 (event number 52).
The male record is held by Kurt HERON who recorded a time of 15:58 on 30th June 2018 (event number 83).
The Age Grade course record is held by Mark MCNALLY who recorded 87.64% (20:22) on 19th May 2018 (event number 77).
Prudhoe Riverside parkrun started on 12th November 2016. Since then 4,389 participants have completed 20,592 parkruns covering a total distance of 102,960 km, including 4,477 new Personal Bests. A total of 388 individuals have volunteered 2,450 times.
Last but not least – No barcode No time No exception!