Southampton parkrun #358 – 4th May 2019

by Nic Woollard

As a regular marathon runner, I sometimes like to listen to music out on my long training runs and during races. Some races ban headphones on safety grounds; however, some will allow runners to wear open ear varieties that vibrate the sounds via bone conduction. I invested in a pair of these some time ago. I was running at the Brighton Marathon recently wearing these accoutrements in an attempt help combat the mental side of long-distance running. Just as I was hitting the 20-mile mark and flagging badly, I was amused that the shuffle on my playlist started playing "Help" by The Beatles. Was this coincidence or great timing? So, for this week's short parkrun report, fifteen song titles have been hidden in the paragraphs below. See if you can spot them all. The answers are shown at the bottom of the page.


On yet another breezy and beautiful day, 905 happy and contented parkrunners lined up at the start for today's run. As always, RD Luis provided the normal pre-event briefing and then it was on to the final countdown. At the off, 1800+ pairs of legs stormed, trotted and strolled away for the start of their 5k trip around our regular route. The timekeepers triggered their clocks and waited for the quicker runners to re-emerge some 16 minutes later. Our normal course is a loop of the main paths across the Common. As a result, running up that hill (as the path up from Coronation Avenue is known) only has to be completed the once. It is generally seen to be our quickest course so that you can push it for the last 2k on the downhill and flat, which makes it a great run for home. This is perhaps reflected in the fact that 162 people recorded new personal bests today. Also, 89 of our parkrunners were first timers today and we hope that parkrun provides them with the desire to keep on running with us in the future

Our 10+ funnel managers (does any other event have more?) did a great job to keep on movin' the finishers down the line so that they could receive their finish tokens. We must thank our A Team of our 70+ volunteers. As always, you are our hi-vis heroes and we couldn't continue to put on the event without you all. At parkrun, everyone's a winner, but congratulations go to all our parkrunners below for achieving their own personal milestones:
Lucie BURNAGE, Ian GRASMEDER and Richard BOURNE for a century of parkruns and qualifying for their black running tops. Clare JESSON, Imran BEPARI, Emily WYMER and John SALCZYNSKI on reaching 50 parkruns. Although no top is awarded for this mark, Heloise HUNT (Lawrence) completed her 200th event today.

There is always a common debate on social media and the internet about the benefits/disbenefits of running to music with headphones on. At parkrun, we would rather you didn't as it makes it difficult for our marshals to communicate with you. Our events have a special community feel, which you cut yourself off from when wearing headphones. However, we appreciate that some runners do feel naked without their music, so they are not banned outright. We do ask that as a courtesy to the volunteers, you remove headphones from your ears during the safety briefing before the start, and on approaching the finish area. Finally, please keep the volume at a suitable level to be able to hear any marshals' instructions out on the course too.

Statistics

This week 905 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 89 were first timers and 162 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 54 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 73 volunteers:

Gareth JONESRob KELLYRoy S MCLOUGHLINEmma LEE-CHOONTrevor Alan ELLERYMike NEWMANLuis Adrian ROSAS WIEDFELDTChristopher Edward BROWNDaniel CAMPIONEddie BULPITTLaura MCKENZIETony LEESHelen LOVELLAmanda HARRISSean EWINGSRachael GOLDSTRAWSusie BISSELLSue WILSONIain TINKLERCaro GARRETTCallum DAYNic WOOLLARDIan HARTAdam GATRELLPeter ROEPaul TONGSRachel NICESheila FOXJulie HUMPHRIESMartin SIMSKali BANDASteve TAYLORKatalin SEBESTENY-GYOREZillah LEACHDebbie LLOYDDominic ASHTONLauren SHERMAN-NIASSpencer SIMBarbara COGMANPhil BLAKEJulian WALLERJo ROLFEPatricia BELLEdward HORABINGeorge GILBERTAron SEBESTENYPhilip MILLSAnnabel HODGSONSaskia HARVEYDave ELGRAMAlexander JOHNSTONLyn HATCHETTDave JUSONAmy JEWELLSarah-Jayne ELLIOTTOllie HYDEDavid POMFREYDavid HARVEYMaria WESTCOTTAlan MCAULEYKatie RENNIEMichael DODDAlison CATTEmily NICEAmy NICEGerard CATTLorraine KELLETTJosephine HARTLEYAdele FREEMANKirsten BISHOPMike ELDRIDGEJulia WEBBPaul BARFOOT

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

The female record is held by Lorna RUSSELL who recorded a time of 16:40 on 18th May 2013 (event number 46).
The male record is held by Alex TEUTEN who recorded a time of 14:50 on 30th March 2019 (event number 353).
The Age Grade course record is held by Austin SOANE who recorded 91.55% (18:09) on 11th August 2018 (event number 319).

Southampton parkrun started on 7th July 2012. Since then 22,242 participants have completed 218,187 parkruns covering a total distance of 1,090,935 km, including 36,986 new Personal Bests.

Answers to the hidden song titles

  1. Beautiful Day (U2)
  2. Start (The Jam)
  3. Happy (Pharrell Williams)
  4. Run (Snow Patrol)
  5. Final Countdown (Europe)
  6. Legs (ZZ Top)
  7. Clocks (Coldplay)
  8. Running Up That Hill (Kate Bush)
  9. Run for Home (Lindisfarne)
  10. Keep on Running (Spencer Davis Group)
  11. The A Team (Ed Sheeran)
  12. Heroes (David Bowie)
  13. Keep on Movin' (5ive)
  14. Everyone's a Winner (Hot Chocolate)
  15. Congratulations (Cliff Richard)
 

Southampton parkrun #357 – 27th April 2019

by Peter Roe

What a strong, blustery, eventful time this morning. After record breaking Easter temperatures last weekend, this Saturday in Southampton Common we returned to more seasonal April weather. Storm Hannah had sprinted through the south a little quicker than forecast, so the heavy rain had cleared to leave gale force winds with clouds racing by, brightened with the odd sunny spell. Hannah is an old Hebrew name and means "He has favoured me", but the strong winds didn't feel like favour to the runners battling the gruelling gusts. A drop in temperature of 12 degrees meant that winter running gear was rescued from the "won't need this till October" cupboard, as 988 determined runners gathered by the Cowherds Pub for the 357th Southampton parkrun.

Today we ran our alternative route again, hopefully the last time for a while, as the Easter Fair clears from our usual position on the Flats. Whether it was due to the weather or last week's Easter egg induced sugar rush, our alternative route was more alternative than usual as we took some interesting "turns". Apologies for the changes in direction. The more observant amongst us may have noticed the Km. signs were in the wrong order and also back to front, and the more trusting of runners may have blamed the strong winds, but the all important distance was still the same - still 5K.


The master of ceremonies today was our effervescent Luis ADRIAN ROSAS, and I asked him why, this year, he became a Run Director and he explained fluently, "To be a help at parkrun, and to give back from the inside". Luis' enthusiasm and encouragement are especially evident in all he does, especially when he is a pacer, so he is achieving those objectives with style. Luis did well to be heard as he made the pre-run announcements, as the wind seemed to carry his words far and away, so a big thank you to him.


Speaking of far and away, we had two runners all the way from Sydney, Australia, today. Experienced parkrunners Mary and Paul DE LUNA, who had left before I could interview them, are from a group called "Run like Forrest fitness club", which I can only assume is referring to the Tom Hanks Film "Forrest Gump". Gump's tag line in the movie was, "I just kept running" and Mary and Paul did that alright. Also from further afield were a group of 28 from Verwood Runners, who try to get to a different parkrun from their home one every 4 to 6 weeks. A great idea and a welcome addition in their resplendent purple shirts.

Milestones were achieved today by Simon WILKINS, Charlotte SCULLARD, Amy FOWLER and Laura BUTLER for their 50th runs, while Samuel KENT, Nigel AIKEN, and Andrian HARSONO entered the 100 club. Despite the hindrance of the tail of storm Hannah, many PBs were accomplished today so well done to those who found favour and could ignore the fierceness of the gusts.


As always our greatest thanks go to the volunteers who refused to be blown away, but stayed anchored to their posts, allowing the rest of us to fly around our leaf strewn course. All this just goes to show, that even on a direction altering gale of a day, it takes more than the end of a storm to stop Southampton parkrun from gaining "Lift off"!

[ Note from the editor: the organisers would like to emphasise the importance of runners having an easily accessible barcode with ICE (In Case of Emergency) details. Another important medical consideration is access to a defibriliator. Both the ICE details and the parkrun defibrilator proved invaluable this week when one of our runners took ill. Thank you to all runners and volunteers who assisted. ]

Statistics

This week 988 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 93 were first timers and 118 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 55 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 58 volunteers:

Gareth JONESJohn KEENANRob KELLYKim Diane KELLYRoy S MCLOUGHLINTrevor Alan ELLERYLuis Adrian ROSAS WIEDFELDTBob FOWLERKate BUDDDavid KEATESJamie RENDALLElaine June WINTERJennifer MARSHALLRob CALLENRachael GOLDSTRAWSue WILSONCaro GARRETTNic WOOLLARDIan HARTPeter ROEEmily SMITHPaul TONGSRobert AGARRyan WILSONHolly O'ROURKEKim BATTENKevin MCTAGGARTJulie BRYSONKeith FOXJulie HUMPHRIESKali BANDAZillah LEACHEmma BRADSHAWSarah SHERMANDonna WAINWRIGHTNicole FRITHHelen FARRELLMaggie CHALMERSPhil BLAKEJulian WALLERClaire DAVISONLouisa REAMark PAGEMichael CARTERAlexander JOHNSTONKatherine BARBOURKonrad KORCZYNSKIFiona DONOVANZebe HARRISMichael SWANNAlison CATTDavid BALLNiall FRASERAndrew TURRELL INGSRebecca CARROLLMilz DECHNIKMartyn BUTLERBolek KWIEK

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

The female record is held by Lorna RUSSELL who recorded a time of 16:40 on 18th May 2013 (event number 46).
The male record is held by Alex TEUTEN who recorded a time of 14:50 on 30th March 2019 (event number 353).
The Age Grade course record is held by Austin SOANE who recorded 91.55% (18:09) on 11th August 2018 (event number 319).

Southampton parkrun started on 7th July 2012. Since then 22,153 participants have completed 217,282 parkruns covering a total distance of 1,086,410 km, including 36,824 new Personal Bests.

 

Southampton parkrun #356 – 20th April 2019

by Gareth Jones

On a day more characteristic of flaming June than showery April, 939 runners joined us for our first outing of 2019 to our reserve course. We use this for two weeks each Easter while the Fair offers more frivolous pleasures on the Flats, and also sporadically in the summer when other events take over the Common. However, the collapse of Common People means that this year we expect to use it rather less than usual. The trek 300m east to the bottom of Coronation Avenue is no problem for most of us, but spare a thought for the volunteers dragging the trolley and the PA system the extra distance.

Unsurprisingly, given the unusual warmth, there were no course records today, but plenty of runners passed satisfying milestones. Junior runners Olivia COLE, Zach HANCOCK and Sophie PLANKEN qualified for their white 10 Club T-shirts, while Philippa BROOMFIELD, David CRIBB (with the flourish of a PB), Steve FORDER, Daniel FOREMAN, Sam LUBBOCK-SMITH and Jeanette PARKER can all now claim the red ones of the 50 Club, and junior runner Theo ABBT and Marie and Mark MCDONALD can wear their black 100 Club T-shirts, with Marie leading Mark home by just one second. (I've no idea whether that was a sprint finish or the time-keepers unsportingly spoiling a piece of domestic harmony!) Others achieving large round numbers were Elizabeth ASHDOWN and Daniel LAMING, completing their 150th and 200th parkruns. Congratulations to all of you!


The start and finish of this course, under the welcome shade of the Coronation Avenue trees, are its best feature. Unlike our normal course, which has gone through about eight different configurations since we started back in 2012, this course has been unchanged, apart from a decision a few years ago to run the two laps anti-clockwise rather than clockwise. This was to avoid early bottle-necks, turning left at Sue's Corner and again down the hill at the stream, as our numbers inexorably increased. The total amount of climbing was unchanged, but some runners (including me) regretted the loss of the downhill final kilometre, perhaps the best finishing straight in the whole of parkrun.


When the switch to the reserve course was announced on social media, Mark WEST raised the perennial question of which of our two courses is the faster. Others, more concerned with energy expended than speed, groaned at the prospect of more climbing. It is, indeed, hillier, with almost no flat sections, but you can get around without crampons or oxygen cylinders. Nevertheless, common sense and Common sense both suggest that it should be slower then the normal course.

To test this out, I thought I would compare each of our six previous Easter transfers to the reserve course with the two runs immediately before and after them on the normal course. That way, weather conditions should average out fairly evenly. The best way to do this would be to compare the average finishing times at each event, but since I don't have access to the parkrun database, and don't fancy manually averaging sets of up to 1000 times, I took the easy way out and looked at the median times, those of the middle-ranked runners at each event. (Professional statisticians, please look away now.)

The results surprised me: in 2013, 2015, 2016 and 2018 the reserve course came out faster, by as much as 20 seconds last year. On the other hand, in 2014 and 2017 the normal course was significantly faster, by 24 and 62 seconds, with the result that on average it came out 2.4 seconds faster. (I'm not sure what happened in 2017, when the weather was good for both of the reserve course events.) Today's median was 13 seconds slower than last week's, but that may be due to temperature rather than gradient. Of course, this analysis is not statistically very sound, but I hope that it provokes some thought and discussion.

One interesting by-product of this investigation was that it showed the median times to have increased by about two and a half minutes since we started, from sub-26 to over 28 minutes. This is actually good news, as it means that as well as the very fit runners, many of them club members, which we started with, we are now attracting hundreds of beginners and less accomplished runners who are also benefitting from their weekly parkrun.


In addition to the usual (but always sincere) thanks to RDs Kim and Rob KELLY and all the volunteers, I'd like to add a big thank you to Ian Kingswell, who (almost unaided) keeps the Common safe and beautiful throughout the year, and who is always very helpful to parkrun. With so many people having had picnics and BBQs on the Common in the last few days, it's amazing how tidy it looks. Finally, I believe that there is a big race on in London next weekend, so good luck to any of our runners doing it. (Other races are also available.)

Statistics

This week 939 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 102 were first timers and 102 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 51 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 61 volunteers:

Gareth JONESRoger David BRADLEYJohn MACINNESJohn KEENANRob KELLYKim Diane KELLYEmma LEE-CHOONTrevor Alan ELLERYAdam WILLSEddie BULPITTPeter LEWISKate BUDDDavid KEATESGillam MCCLUREElaine June WINTERJennifer MARSHALLRob CALLENAndrew POWELLSue WILSONMike SLEATHNic WOOLLARDPaul TONGSPaul Henry ARMSTRONGVi GONINNiclas OLLEYMartina OLLEYIan HOWARDSamuel POWELLGrace POWELLDebbie LLOYDCharlie PAGEDeborah HARVEYSpencer SIMBarbara COGMANPhil BLAKEJulian WALLERJo ROLFEClaire DAVISONAron SEBESTENYJane OLIVERSaskia HARVEYMartine THOMASKonrad KORCZYNSKIJake MASTERSONDave JUSONJoanne CRAIGCarrie BRYANTRyan BAVERSTOCKAlan MCAULEYWayne WILSONAlison CATTKate DALEClare POWELLMarie MASTERSONKirsty LLOYD-WESTRebecca CARROLLMilz DECHNIKEvie WILLSCharlotte TURNERNicolas MOSKALAJd NICHOLSON

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

The female record is held by Lorna RUSSELL who recorded a time of 16:40 on 18th May 2013 (event number 46).
The male record is held by Alex TEUTEN who recorded a time of 14:50 on 30th March 2019 (event number 353).
The Age Grade course record is held by Austin SOANE who recorded 91.55% (18:09) on 11th August 2018 (event number 319).

Southampton parkrun started on 7th July 2012. Since then 22,060 participants have completed 216,294 parkruns covering a total distance of 1,081,470 km, including 36,706 new Personal Bests.

 

Southampton parkrun #355 – 13th April 2019

by Paul and Jenny Bullen


We were welcomed to parkrun this Saturday by a sunny and fresh morning with very little breeze - perfect running conditions for our parkrunners. Some 975 runners enjoyed these conditions which is in keeping with our 'just over' or 'just under' 1000 runners each week since Christmas.

One of my friends Christopher BURDON was aiming for a sub 19-minute PB, so I enlisted the pacing skills of Jonathan NORTHCOTT to help him, after a consistent first few kilometres Chris finished in a superb 18:45 in 13th place on his 13th race, obviously 13 is not unlucky for Chris!


This act of kindness got me thinking about all of the fantastic people at parkrun who help others each week. There are the volunteers who help set up, close down, marshal, time-keep, funnel manage and many other roles, here is a photo of some of them cheering on the runners on the flats

Another very crucial role to parkrun is the Run Director, Rob KELLY was fulfulling the role this week setting you all off at the start with his "3-2-1"


As well as these volunteers I am overwhelmed each week by the kindness shown within our Southampton parkrunners, from parents encouraging their children to groups of friends supporting one another to reach their running potential. Each week I witness such a fantastic running community.
This week there were pacers from 19 to 39 minutes and looking from comments on Facebook, there were many PBs achieved because of these pacers:

Paul GALE wrote "My best run ever, chasing the 25 minute at the start set me up for a very long overdue PB. Thanks all."

Kirsty DENNETT wrote "Thank you Mark, you won't know it but you kept me going from the top of the hill onwards ... was beginning to struggle but kept you in my sights! I was determined to finish in front of you ... and I did. New PB 33:04"

Jasmine BERRY wrote "Mark Handford you helped me get my PB of 33:38! Thank you!!!"

Ruthie LARUBIA wrote "Shouts to the 27 min pacer who appeared just when I needed him. Knocked a minute and a half off my PB after weeks of interval training so I'm ecstatic!"

Martin STARKE wrote "Thank you 22 min pacer - was determined not to let you pass and got a new PB!"

Paul BARFOOT wrote "As always massive shout out to the organizers and volunteers who make it happen! Big high 5 to Phil Mills who smashed his PB with a 25:59 taking nearly 2 minutes off his previous. Doesn't look like my time was recorded as I haven't received an email?"

Claire DAVISON wrote: "Really enjoyed marshalling today on the gravel path finishing corner! Great running everyone!"


There was some good rivalry at the front of the field today between Aiden LENNAN and Peter HART. Peter led for most of the run and then Aiden pipped him on the final home straight to finish in 16:24 and 16:25 respectively. Peter did get a PB, so he must have been happy too. I saw these two having a friendly chat on the way to get their barcodes scanned.

First female to finish was Bryher BOWNESS in 19:37. Congratulations to our parkrunners who achieved the following notable milestones at today's event: Elizabeth BAMBER from Hedge End Running Club for completing her 100th run. Catherine BROOK, Chrissy LIOE, Samuel MADDOCKS, Glenn HASTELOW and Aleksandra BURLINGTON for their 50th parkrun, thus qualifying for their red T-shirts. Finally, and by no means least, Layla CRAIG, one of our younger junior parkrunners, who finished her 10th run. Layla is a member of St James's Runners.

Statistics

This week 975 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 88 were first timers and 167 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 52 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 74 volunteers:

Gareth JONESJohn MACINNESRob KELLYKim Diane KELLYTrevor Alan ELLERYTeri PRAGNELLDi MATTINGLYLaura TOMEIAlice JONESDani MATTINGLYEddie BULPITTPeter LEWISKate BUDDMalcolm John WHITEJill Alison WHITEHelen LOVELLDavid KEATESElaine June WINTERLynne NEWSONPaul NEWSONKaren BRYANTSue WILSONCaro GARRETTJames Richard Alexander CLARKEMatthew Rhys EVANSVicki Yvonne CLARKENic WOOLLARDPaul BULLENKirstie MATHIESONMatthew NICHOLSLee MASONRobert AGARRyan WILSONPaul Henry ARMSTRONGJenny BULLENSheila FOXBrandon MULLINERJulie HUMPHRIESEmilia PRAGNELLSarah DAVISKatalin SEBESTENY-GYOREWilliam PRAGNELLEdie DAVISZillah LEACHVictoria ORBADebbie LLOYDHayley NEWMANDominic ASHTONBarbara COGMANDerek GIBBENSPhil BLAKEDavid CAPPSDominic WILLIAMSPaul LEEMINGMark HANDFORDJulian WALLERJo ROLFEClaire DAVISONAndrea THORNEAmy FOWLERDave MILTONMark PAGEKathryn STEPHENSONAron SEBESTENYDave ELGRAMMichael CARTERMichelle NEARSLorraine KELLETTDavid BALLAndrew TURRELL INGSMilz DECHNIKNicolas MOSKALABolek KWIEKJd NICHOLSON

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

The female record is held by Lorna RUSSELL who recorded a time of 16:40 on 18th May 2013 (event number 46).
The male record is held by Alex TEUTEN who recorded a time of 14:50 on 30th March 2019 (event number 353).
The Age Grade course record is held by Austin SOANE who recorded 91.55% (18:09) on 11th August 2018 (event number 319).

Southampton parkrun started on 7th July 2012. Since then 21,958 participants have completed 215,355 parkruns covering a total distance of 1.076,755 km, including 36,604 new Personal Bests.

 

Southampton parkrun #354 – 6th April 2019

by Gareth Jones

Today, on a bright but chilly morning, we had 925 runners. Among those achieving parkrun milestones were junior runners Oscar DAVIES and George GIBSON, earning the white T-shirts of the 10 Club (Oscar with a PB), Sarah FITTON (also with a PB), Tom HEARN, Rachel NICE and Sian SELWAY, joining the red 50 Club army, and centurions Mike GORDON, Andy MACKENZIE and Frans ROELOFSE, qualifying for black T-shirts. No green ones this time, but my fellow-scribe Roger BRADLEY notched up his 200th parkrun, while Alison CROOKS and Patrick JANSEN were probably unaware that their 257th parkruns represent the second largest known Fermat prime, the sort on number I'm more interested in. (The next one is 65537, so I don't expect any of us to manage that.)


We had the usual gathering of visitors from distant parts. Prominent among these, in fourth place, was Andy GARDINER, with 366 parkruns at nearly 100 different venues. Andy runs with San Domenico RC. You might suspect that San Domenico is a Caribbean island, or possibly that the club consists of athletically-minded Dominican friars, but I'm afraid you would be wrong: the club is based in the leafier suburbs of Cardiff (these do exist - it's not all Tiger Bay there, boyo!). Although I come from Cardiff, I have never understood how the club got its name: possibly something to do with a musical instrument shop of the same name within the city. (Cardiff also has a running club called Les Croupiers, which requires some explaining: early sponsorship by a local casino, in this case!)

Other long-distance visitors included Tom HEARN, who runs with Swansea Harriers, and Frans ROELOFSE, with Bellahouston RR in Glasgow, though his name and parkrun CV suggest a South African connection. Fifth-placed Richard ANDERSON is with Holmfirth Harriers, in Yorkshire, though he does most of his parkrunning in the Lake District (lucky man).


Last week, Jill WHITE reported here on Alex TEUTEN reducing our course record to 14:50, but what about the women's record? Lorna RUSSELL's 16:40 has stood for nearly six years. Ceri ADAMS came close with 16:43, but since 2014 no woman has run under 17 minutes. Louise DAMEN and Sarah KINGSTON have both run sub-18 this year, but unless we get a very fast visitor I can't see those times of Lorna and Ceri being challenged. Two weeks ago I predicted here that Alex was capable of breaking our record, and a week later he did just that. Maybe I should stick my neck out again and predict that in a couple of years Annie MANN (a JW11-14 with current PB 18:02) will be capable of taking the women's record. If she does, I can say I told you so, and if she doesn't, you will I hope have forgotten my prediction.


Finally an early warning: on Easter Saturday (April 20th) and the following Saturday (27th), our start/finish area of the Common will be devoted to entertainment of a less athletic nature, so we will move to our reserve course, starting and finishing just north of the Cowherds car park.

Statistics

This week 925 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 73 were first timers and 165 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 48 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 56 volunteers:

Gareth JONESRob KELLYKim Diane KELLYTamsyn May SMITHStuart SMITHAdam WILLSPeter LEWISJenny Clare BICKERSTAFFElaine June WINTERRob CALLENSue WILSONNic WOOLLARDIan HARTPeter ROEPaul TONGSRyan WILSONPaul Henry ARMSTRONGKaren PIGGOTTKali BANDAGuy RADFORDAlison COOPERJennifer BALLSpencer SIMBarbara COGMANSarah SHERMANKojo AMOASICharlotte HIPKISSPhil BLAKEJulian WALLERJan BRAYSarah MUSKETTElena CERDANKathryn STEPHENSONSaskia HARVEYAlan FRENCHAlexander JOHNSTONDave JUSONDavid HARVEYFiona DONOVANZebe HARRISGlen BARHAMRuth MURPHYAlison CATTLorraine KELLETTDaryus CHANDRAFlynn MURPHYIsla MURPHYMike ELDRIDGEMilz DECHNIKEvie WILLSApril MUNDAYNicolas MOSKALAJd NICHOLSONJohn LAVINGTONCevn VIBERTCeri VIBERT

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

The female record is held by Lorna RUSSELL who recorded a time of 16:40 on 18th May 2013 (event number 46).
The male record is held by Alex TEUTEN who recorded a time of 14:50 on 30th March 2019 (event number 353).
The Age Grade course record is held by Austin SOANE who recorded 91.55% (18:09) on 11th August 2018 (event number 319).

Southampton parkrun started on 7th July 2012. Since then 21,870 participants have completed 214,380 parkruns covering a total distance of 1,071,900 km, including 36,437 new Personal Bests.

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