Sheringham parkrun Event number 375 8th February 2020

This week 195 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 28 were first timers and 38 recorded new Personal Bests.

In fact there were 6 new PB’s in the first 11 finishers with Henry Jonas, Rudy Haywood and Oliver Carpenter, three of our junior runners, finishing 1st, 2nd and 3rd in times of 18.11, 19.21 and 19.23 respectively. Well done to them.

Also a special thanks goes to Adrian Dyde who again guided visually impaired runner Chris Waller to a new PB of 26.07. Congratulations Chris.

Congratulations also goes to Karen Pert on achieving her 50th parkrun, the majority of which have been at Blickling.

A special thanks must also go to Ed Smith, today’s Run Director who against the odds managed to resolve issues with the barcode numbers and was able to publish a full set of results. Also as usual the event could not have taken place without our merry band of volunteers. Clive Hedges, Susannah Towning, Gary Linder, David Davies, Mearl Brown, Janet Acott, John Rumsby Tracey Brown, Claire Scott, Polly Hedges, Derek Sadler, Ed Smith, Adrian Dyde, Malcolm Robertson, Amanda Marshall, Tina Tucker and Richard Plummer.

If you have not previously volunteered at Sheringham parkrun or have not volunteered for some time we would love to hear from you as we still have a number of volunteering opportunities. See the future volunteer roster at www.parkrun.org.uk/sheringham/futureroster/.

Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Sheringham parkrun Results Page.
The female record is held by Olivia WALWYN who recorded a time of 18:00 on 13th July 2013 (event number 34).
The male record is held by Nicolas HARHALAKIS who recorded a time of 16:10 on 28th December 2019 (event number 369).
The Age Grade course record is held by Eva OSBORNE who recorded 87.63% (29:14) on 3rd November 2018 (event number 312).
Sheringham parkrun started on 3rd November 2012. Since then 10,278 participants have completed 54,325 parkruns covering a total distance of 271,625 km, including 7,606 new Personal Bests. A total of 471 individuals have volunteered 4,950 times.