Event #395

Stewart parkrun, Middlesbrough
Event number 395
22nd February 2020

Hi All.

Well I think we got away with it today. After being woken at 4am with the wind and rain battering the window, I feared the weather might have beaten us. But fortune favoured the brave, and the hardy souls that made it to Stewart parkrun this morning kept dry. Thanks to all of the volunteers for giving up their time to allow the event to go ahead - it was lovely to meet some new helpers today too!

Today we had visitors from Sunderland and Larne in Northern Ireland. We also helped Jacob TURNER celebrate his 100th parkrun at Stewart Park (157 in total).

You may have noticed Tom BYTHEWAY today with his camera. Tom interiewed several parkrunners about the benefits running has on mental health. Those involved in parkrun and Destination Boro explained the positive impact of being active and involved with the running community. In a week where the real consequences of depression and isolation have been made clear, it demonstrates the importance of looking after one another. Well done Tom and I am looking forward to seing your work.

Ruth is Run Director next week so if you are able to help out let her know and we can add you into the roster. You might have seen parkrun legend Alan GUY modelling one of the new pink bibs today. All volunteers will be looking pretty in pink next week so dont miss out on this exciting opportunity.

This week 300 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 39 were first timers and 29 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 23 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 27 volunteers:

Alan GUY • Mark GRACE • Kenny SALKELD • Lucy AITHWAITE • Jon TAPPER • Michael MCCANN • Pat MOONEY • Fred FORTH • John FEARNS • William Anthony SIGSWORTH • Susanne DAVISON • Ruth MCMASTER LEES • Jeff BOYLE • Katie BURNS • Helen Patricia RUTTER • Wilf POLLARD • Jacob SMETHURST • Jenny STANDEN • Andrew HARRIS • Heidi LAWRENCE • Lucy RICHARDSON • Sarah GOSWAMI • Lee LAWRENCE • Aidan SMITH • Megan OWEN • Robin GOSWAMI • Deborah BROADBENT

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

The male record is held by Gregory JAYASURIYA who recorded a time of 15:48 on 13th February 2016 (event number 188).
The female record is held by Josephine STONE who recorded a time of 18:14 on 24th November 2018 (event number 332).
The Age Grade course record is held by Gabrielle HALL who recorded 88.37% (20:30) on 7th February 2015 (event number 136).

Stewart parkrun, Middlesbrough started on 7th July 2012. Since then 10,658 participants have completed 99,768 parkruns covering a total distance of 498,840 km, including 16,114 new Personal Bests. A total of 908 individuals have volunteered 8,534 times.

Have a great weekend everyone.

Jon

 

Event #389

Stewart parkrun, Middlesbrough
Event number 389
11th January 2020

Hi everyone.

It was amazing to see so many runners attending parkrun at Stewart Park today. There were lots of familiar faces and lots of new people who have just discovered parkrun. Whether you are a new runner, or one that's just dusted off the old running shoes, everyone is welcome at the event and we hope to see you again soon.

Its fair to say the conditions were pretty challenging today. The wind was really strong - hopefully it was behind you pushing you up the hill. Thanks again to our amazing volunteers who were well wrapped up to brave the elements. Without the volunteers the event couldn't go ahead so you're really appreciated. Don't forget we can always accommodate anyone who wants to help out. Our core volunteer team are a really friendly group and will look after you and show you the ropes. So if you are free - let me know.

Although it was windy, it was warm and lots of our runners were stripping off after lap one. I collected lots of clothing but we are missing a pair of ladies running gloves that were left on the table at the finish. If you picked them up by mistake please let me know and we can return them to their rightful owner.

So same again next week. Ruth is at the helm so you are in good hands. Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

This week 414 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 47 were first timers and 31 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 21 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 26 volunteers:
Roseanne LIGHTFOOT • Craig LIGHTFOOT • Michelle SHAW • Sam SMETHURST • Lucy AITHWAITE • Jon TAPPER • John FEARNS • Susanne DAVISON • Ruth MCMASTER LEES • Graeme LAUGHLAND • Sue CROSS • Roger OLDROYD • Amanda MCMAHON • Jan BALDWIN • Jacob SMETHURST • Andrew HARRIS • Heidi LAWRENCE • Mike STANLEY • Lucy RICHARDSON • Sarah GOSWAMI • Mark WHITEHEAD • Lee LAWRENCE • Megan OWEN • Robin GOSWAMI • Mike PEEL • Paul BALDWIN

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

The male record is held by Gregory JAYASURIYA who recorded a time of 15:48 on 13th February 2016 (event number 188).
The female record is held by Josephine STONE who recorded a time of 18:14 on 24th November 2018 (event number 332).
The Age Grade course record is held by Gabrielle HALL who recorded 88.37% (20:30) on 7th February 2015 (event number 136).

Stewart parkrun, Middlesbrough started on 7th July 2012. Since then 10,447 participants have completed 97,656 parkruns covering a total distance of 488,280 km, including 15,849 new Personal Bests. A total of 894 individuals have volunteered 8,360 times.

Cheers,

Jon

 

Event #383

Stewart parkrun, Middlesbrough
Event number 383
7th December 2019

This week showed the true spirit of parkrun. As some of you may have seen I was in a bit of a panic midweek about the state of the roster. But in true parkrun form the volunteers came flooding forward and made the event possible. I was overwhelmed with offers of help this week, with people even turning up on the day to offer their assistance. So thank you to everyone who dragged themselves out of bed and sacrificed their own runs so that others could enjoy parkrun. You really are high-vis (if there you managed to grab a vest) heroes. On that note the lovely Sarah is at the helm next week so let her know if you are available.

It was also pacer week this week. It was great to see them flying past us at map of the world with a gaggle of followers trying to keep up. Thanks to the pacers and well done if you managed to nail your time. We had 30 PB's set today so please feel free to take the credit and feel smug knowing that you may have assisted someone in achieving their goal.

We had 14 first timers today. I hope you all enjoyed your first parkrun and that you will be back with us very soon. We had visitors from Durham, London and all the way from Albert Park too. We hope you enjoyed visiting our beautiful historic park.

A special shout out to Ron HARRIS today as he completed his 50th parkrun. Ron is one of two runners in the 80-84 years age group who completed the course today. I think you'll agree that Rons achievement is truly inspirational and deserves to be applauded.

This week 205 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 14 were first timers and 30 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 16 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 37 volunteers:

Barry MOODY • Alan GUY • Julie Anne TWEEDY • Michelle CHRISTON • Mike KNOX • Kenny SALKELD • Kenny DAWSON • Jon TAPPER • Michael MCCANN • Fred FORTH • John FEARNS • William Anthony SIGSWORTH • Susanne DAVISON • Gary WIDDOWFIELD • Philip CAWOOD • Lorna DAVISON • Mark WATERS • Lucy TAPPER • Alison TAPPER • Rob POYNTER • Roger OLDROYD • Geoff BROWN • Sharon CAVE • Jennifer O'CALLAGHAN • Penelope CURRY • Sue BRADLEY • Pauline CAMPBELL • Susan COLEMAN • Andrew HARRIS • Catherine SHUTT • Mike STANLEY • Lucy RICHARDSON • Sarah GOSWAMI • Jarle HOLT • Mark WHITEHEAD • Robin GOSWAMI • Mike PEEL

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

The male record is held by Gregory JAYASURIYA who recorded a time of 15:48 on 13th February 2016 (event number 188).
The female record is held by Josephine STONE who recorded a time of 18:14 on 24th November 2018 (event number 332).
The Age Grade course record is held by Gabrielle HALL who recorded 88.37% (20:30) on 7th February 2015 (event number 136).

Stewart parkrun, Middlesbrough started on 7th July 2012. Since then 10,196 participants have completed 95,455 parkruns covering a total distance of 477,275 km, including 15,666 new Personal Bests. A total of 887 individuals have volunteered 8,199 times.

Have a great weekend everyone and see you all next week hopefully.

Cheers,

Jon

 

Event #377

Well done to all 137 of you who ran/swam in the rain this morning, (and missed the Rugby!), good effort.
Congratulations Brian Laverick achieving 250 parkruns, Sharon Husband getting that 200 and Sean O'Rourke reaching 50. Superb achievements :-)

I would like to dedicate this report to our volunteers this morning, who had to withstand the rain, so all 137 of you could participate. I have just about dried out lol

A few external issues occurred separately with cars and windows this morning, meaning a couple of volunteers that were down couldn't help. This is totally understandable and I would like to thank Alan Guy & Kerri Muldowney for offering their time and efforts still.

Our amazing pre-setup team of Kenny Salkeld, Alan Guy & Billy Sigsworth were drenched as I arrived at 8.20, thank you guys, brilliant as always.
On barcode scanning I had my two superb children (biased I know!) Jess & Jacob, Jacob is only 7 yet he loves barcode scanning and manages well, just a note to those who shy away from this and Dan Mooney, stepping in after he had ran.
Our solo timekeeper, Susanne Davison, no pressure there Susanne lol who as she does each week did a sterling job, even with frozen fingers.
We had Isabelle Blackburn, doing her Duke of Edinburgh and handing out tokens for the first time today, another junior showing the seniors how it is done. She is even attempting backup timer next week!
Out on the course, in the heavy rain, supporting all the runners we had: Eddie Meehan, Phil Cawood, John Fearns, Sarah Davies, Linda & Billy Sigsworth, Ian & Susan Watson, Mike Peel, Kenny Salkeld and Alan McGarrity, with Richard Oliver having the task of tail walker, each one of them collecting the equipment for us. Thank you guys, especially in the conditions this morning, making it safe for us to go ahead. A vital part of parkrun, regardless of the weather.

You all help make what was a stressful start to my Saturday morning, end up good. Without you all, we wouldn't have the ability for Stewart parkrun to go ahead.
I'm now off to watch the Boro match, Why o Why?? Wish me luck :-)

See you next week,
Sam

Stewart parkrun, Middlesbrough
Event number 377
26th October 2019
This week 137 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 7 were first timers and 9 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 11 different clubs took part.
The event was made possible by 21 volunteers:

Alan GUY • Eddie MEEHAN • Kerri MULDOWNEY • Sam SMETHURST • Jessica SIMPSON • Kenny SALKELD • John FEARNS • William Anthony SIGSWORTH • Linda SIGSWORTH • Susanne DAVISON • Alan MCGARRITY • Philip CAWOOD • Richard OLIVER • Sarah DAVIES • Kirsty CATTERSON • Sarahjane DAVIES • Susan WATSON • Jacob SMETHURST • Ian WATSON • Isabelle BLACKBURN • Mike PEEL
Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Stewart parkrun, Middlesbrough Results Page.
The male record is held by Gregory JAYASURIYA who recorded a time of 15:48 on 13th February 2016 (event number 188).
The female record is held by Josephine STONE who recorded a time of 18:14 on 24th November 2018 (event number 332).
The Age Grade course record is held by Gabrielle HALL who recorded 88.37% (20:30) on 7th February 2015 (event number 136).
Stewart parkrun, Middlesbrough started on 7th July 2012. Since then 10,040 participants have completed 93,787 parkruns covering a total distance of 468,935 km, including 15,487 new Personal Bests. A total of 874 individuals have volunteered 8,017 times.

 

New Year

Just to confirm that Stewart park run will not take place on Christmas Day but we will be running on New Year's Day at 9:00am. Albert will take place on Christmas Day at 9:00 am and you can "do the double" there on New Year's Day at 10:30am.

#newyear

 

Event #70

Stewart parkrun, Middlesbrough
Event number 370
7th September 2019

Hi everyone. Another great morning at Stewart Park. It certainly felt Autumnal so an even bigger thank you to the Marshals this week - especially those who were standing in the shade. A special shout out for the Sunday Lovelies - a bunch of ever diminishing ladies who volunteer on mass once a month. You're all awesome.

We had plenty of First Timers this morning including Joe SHUTT (Brother of Stewart parkrun regular Catherine). We also had visitors from Tees Barrage, Cambridge, Ashford and Shipley. We also had some serious parkrun tourists from Roundhay in Leeds. Nice to meet you all and we hope you enjoyed our event.

We also celebrated some unofficial milestones with Nico MOUISSIE completing his 200th run and Nicola PEARSON smashing run number 400. Amazing achievements. It was also lovely to see Emma FERGUSON celebrating her fundraising achievement of raising £475 for Running Down Dementia. A great achievement for an amazing cause. Also good luck to Emma's Sister-in-Law
Kayleigh from Manchester who will be completing a half marathon soon. Boosh!!

Ruth is at the helm next week so please let her know if you are able to help out. Good luck to all our runners doing events over the weekend. There is lots happening including the Great Tees 10K and of course the GNR. The very best of luck to everyone and please come back to Stewart parkrun fit and healthy next week.

This week 301 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 33 were first timers and 45 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 21 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 27 volunteers:

Alan GUY • Louise ARCHER • Kenny SALKELD • Catherine BOULT • Jon TAPPER • Jacquie Ann KELLY • Fred FORTH • John FEARNS • Susanne DAVISON • Ruth MCMASTER LEES • Nicola SHERIDAN • John MARTIN • Lucy TAPPER • Leah DONNELLY • Chris JONES • Sharon HUSBAND • Kerry SMITH • Robyn CAIRNEY • Jacob SMETHURST • Ian WATSON • Tom RUSH • John LAVENDER • Teresa MURPHY • Andrew HARRIS • Catherine SHUTT • Mike STANLEY • Lucy RICHARDSON

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

The male record is held by Gregory JAYASURIYA who recorded a time of 15:48 on 13th February 2016 (event number 188).
The female record is held by Josephine STONE who recorded a time of 18:14 on 24th November 2018 (event number 332).
The Age Grade course record is held by Gabrielle HALL who recorded 88.37% (20:30) on 7th February 2015 (event number 136).

Stewart parkrun, Middlesbrough started on 7th July 2012. Since then 9,863 participants have completed 91,699 parkruns covering a total distance of 458,495 km, including 15,176 new Personal Bests. A total of 861 individuals have volunteered 7,843 times.

Toodle Pip,

Jon

 

Event #365

Stewart parkrun, Middlesbrough
Event number 365
3rd August 2019

Well after a few months not being at Stewart parkrun, I thought I'd gently introduce myself back into Run Director duties. The week leading up to the event had gone well with plenty of volunteers (big shout out to the Sunday Lovelies for their takeover). The run started brilliantly with plenty of smiling faces. Then as some of you may have seen a couple of our runners had a tumble, possibly due to the warm weather. Thankfully no serious injuries were sustained. What was noticeable though was how the parkrun spirit shone through in times of adversity. People rushed to help and also assist the volunteers with re-directing the runners. To all of those who showed their concern and supported those in distress - thank you. That truly is what parkrun is all about.

Saturday was also a momentous day for one of our core volunteers Alan GUY. After a full nights sleep Alan decided to use the smartphone app to assist with timekeeping. He did a sterling job despite all of the activity on the finish line. We have a smartphone app to use for timekeeping and scanning so if anyone fancies trying it out, download it and come and join the team.

As I said we had a full team of volunteers and also several pacers helping the runners achieve their goals. Thanks to all who helped out. We really couldn't put on the event without you. Ruth is back at the helm on Saturday so if you are able to assist please let us know.

We had plenty of visitors this week from far afield (and Tees Barrage), some of whom gave us great feedback about the event. We also had Cathryn RAMSDEN visiting our parkrun prior to her bridesmaid duties at a local wedding. We are so glad you managed to fit a parkrun in before the wedding Cathryn and hope the day went well.

One final mention goes to a regular junior parkrunner Ruby DONNELLY who managed to break the 30 minute barrier on Saturday. This was not only a significant running milestone but her Dad has promised to buy her a pair of Airpods if she achieved this. Well Sean the whole world knows about this now so get your hands in your pockets!!

This week 314 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 33 were first timers and 38 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 23 different clubs took part.
The event was made possible by 32 volunteers:

Barry MOODY • Alan GUY • Louise ARCHER • Mike KNOX • Kenny SALKELD • Catherine BOULT • Kenny DAWSON • Jon TAPPER • Michael MCCANN • Jacquie Ann KELLY • Fred FORTH • John FEARNS • Susanne DAVISON • Harry Alexandar FRYETT • Ruth MCMASTER LEES • Mark WATERS • Julian PINKNEY • Molly TAPPER • Alison TAPPER • Sharon HUSBAND • Kirsty CATTERSON • Sharon MCLOUGHLIN • Dan MOONEY • Diane UMPLEBY • Lisa DEVISON • Mike UMPLEBY • Teresa MURPHY • Catherine SHUTT • Mike STANLEY • Rachel SMITH • Lucy RICHARDSON • Sarah GOSWAMI

Saturdays full results and a complete event history can be found on the Stewart parkrun, Middlesbrough Results Page.

The male record is held by Gregory JAYASURIYA who recorded a time of 15:48 on 13th February 2016 (event number 188).
The female record is held by Josephine STONE who recorded a time of 18:14 on 24th November 2018 (event number 332).
The Age Grade course record is held by Gabrielle HALL who recorded 88.37% (20:30) on 7th February 2015 (event number 136).
Stewart parkrun, Middlesbrough started on 7th July 2012. Since then 9,714 participants have completed 90,208 parkruns covering a total distance of 451,040 km, including 15,010 new Personal Bests. A total of 857 individuals have volunteered 7,723 times.

See you all on Saturday,

Jon

 

Event#364

Good afternoon, Stewart parkrunners.

I was mightily glad that the rain held off until the run was finished today! A massive thank you to all of the volunteers who turned out to make our event happen, many with umbrellas in hand "just in case." Even if the heavens had opened mid run, none of them would have abandoned their posts. A big thank you also to Michelle Shaw who stepped in to take over the volunteer coordinator role when she found out that I was having a very challenging week last week. And no, I haven't finished for the summer yet, thank you to those who asked. I am still in charge of 30 highly excited children until 3:15pm on Tuesday - wish me luck!

268 runners completed our parkrun this morning. We had a number of visitors from various places including New Zealand - I hope the Captain Cook connection provides a talking point back home! On a personal note, it was lovely to see Stuart McLay, a friend from primary school days, who has lived in various places overseas for many years but runs our parkrun when visiting Middlesbrough and follows our progress from afar. Another noteworthy event made me smile today - Sebastian Shaw completed his first ever 5k parkrun, accompanied by proud dad and regular parkrunner Andy. Not to be outdone, little sister Emilia completed around half of the course with her mum, RD and results processing legend Michelle. The photos on FB speak for themselves - well done!

Celebrating milestones today were Emily Green, who completed her 50th run and is now entitled to the prized red T-shirt, and David Turner who won't get a T-shirt for completing 200 runs but did receive a well deserved round of applause. I also noticed from the results that Fiona Rowling completed 200 runs today and Malcolm Kilner clocked up 300. I didn't know about these achievements in advance. Not everyone wants a shout out but if you are approaching a milestone and would like an acknowledgement of it please let us know in advance.

I had a lovely chat with Shelly Broadbent and Paul Christon this morning. Paul has been fundraising for two excellent causes, Mind and Macmillan. If you would like to find out more, please visit Just Giving to read Paul's story. Good luck to both Paul and Shelly in the coming weeks - hope to see you very soon at Stewart parkrun.

Congratulations to everyone who achieved a PB today, including Jacob Smethurst, who might have shaved off a few more seconds if he hadn't paused to give me a high five at the end of his first lap - thanks Jacob. Connor Sharp also finished his last Stewart parkrun for a while on a PB. Good luck in your new career, Connor.

Please remember, we are cancelled next week because the annual Cleveland Show will be taking place in the park. Hope to see you again in August.

Ruth

 

Event #363

Afternoon everyone - thanks for coming down today and taking part in our run.

Special thanks to you all for being patient whilst we got things going. The people raising awareness of blood stem cell donations were very pleased with how much interest and support was generated! If you didn't get time to partake this morning, we are informed that you can do it via website.

'Famous' folk in the announcements included our very own Alan Guy (551 volunteer stints across parkrun this morning) - Alan's part of our core team and we really appreciate his support every Saturday morning. Also clocking up milestones today were Toby Burley and Sean Donnelly, both joining the 50 club and Sarah Roe and David Gale who have now reached 100 runs. I can also see from the results that we had a Junior 10 - Joseph West and the unofficial milestones were Geoff Brown (150) and Phil Nicholls (200) - well done all of you!

You will have noticed the fairground in the park this morning, you all appear to have passed safely - thanks to Colin and Michael for taking control down on the back path and making sure no one was injured and thanks to the rest of our weekly heroes Sue BRADLEY, Robyn CAIRNEY, Susanne DAVISON, Fred FORTH, Emma FOXLEY, Alan GUY, Andy HUDSON, Keith HURST, Michael MCCANN, Ruth MCMASTER LEES, Eddie MEEHAN, Rob POYNTER, Lucy RICHARDSON, Frances ROUNDTREE, Clay ROUNDTREE, Kenny SALKELD, Michael SAVAGE, Colin SAVAGE, Michelle SHAW, Sebastian SHAW, Andrew SHAW, Andrew SIMPSON, Karen STRICKLAND, Roma TATE, Mark WARDMAN

Whatever you're doing for the remainder of the weekend, have a good one and we will see you all next week!

 

Event #355

Stewart parkrun, Middlesbrough
Event number 355
27th April 2019

Well here it is - the hotly anticipated Run Report. This week I wanted to focus on the small group of volunteers who get to the park extra early to set up the event. The runners will notice the signs and tape marking out the course and the finish area as they run, but all this is down to a small team of helpers who come week in week out to make sure the course looks good, is safe and easy to navigate. Whether its dark winter mornings, driving rain, snow or bright sunshine, the team are there every Saturday morning to set up. So next time you come to run Stewart parkrun please take notice of all the markers and acknowledge those that get out of bed a little earlier than others. Our core team includes Kenny, Alan, Fred and Roger. This week Andrew HARRIS and Lucy TAPPER were also setting up. So thanks guys - you're the best!!

I'd also like to thank all of our volunteers who are named below and made todays event happen. We really couldn't do it without you - you're all legends!! Its honestly great fun to be part of the support team so if anyone fancies trying their hand at one of the tasks let me know and we will add you to the roster for coming

As you may have noticed, there was more lycra than usual on display at Stewart parkrun this morning. That wasn't because of an 80's revival (although if you ask me lycra never went out of fashion) but it was the Destination Boro annual Superhero run. We saw several Batmen and BatGirls, Mario and Luigi and Spiderman to mention a few. I even saw Wonderdog (Catherine SHUTT)!! There were also cakes on sale with lots of cash raised for two great local charities - Zoes Place and Hope for holly. So thanks to all those who turned out and the many who donated to a great cause.

We had a canny few milestones to celebrate too. Junior runner Aiden COLMER celebrated his 10th parkrun with Claire HARTILL, Courtnay PEARSON, Francesca WHISKER Hannah JUKES and Jack McGARRITY running their 50th's. Michaela DOWNING smashed her 100th parkrun having started in 2012, fellow Run Director and thoroughly decent chap David JUKES did his 200th with Kenny DAWSON reaching the amazing 250 milestone. Well done to all and thanks for the cake!!

It was also our gorgeous Event Directors birthday today. Ruth will be in Harrogate sipping Gin and Tonics as I write this, having a thoroughly deserved break and pamper. Ruth (and the other ED who wont be named) work tirelessly behind the scenes to make sure the event runs smoothly each week. One of their tasks is selecting, training and mentoring Run Directors so clearly they have their work cut out. Its a massive commitment and responsibility so thank you and enjoy your day. Back on the tools next week Ruth so enjoy the rest while it lasts.

It was also Kerri Muldowney and Lucy Bytheway's birthdays today. Both are massive supporters of Stewart parkrun with Lucy in particular there each week cheering all the runners on - Happy Birthday.

We had lots of first time parkrunners today and several regular parkrunners visiting our event for the first time. It was lovely to welcome runners from Northallerton, Albert Park, Finsbury Park and Bromley. We had some really nice feedback about our event. I hope you all enjoyed it and we hope to see you again soon.

Just a quick reminder that we are on next week and the 11th May 2019, but due to the BBC Big Weekend event there will be no Stewart parkrun on 18th and 25th May 2019 and 1st June 2019. Its a great opportunity to experience the other fab parkruns in the Teesside area but you all better come back on Saturday 8th June 2019 or there will be trouble :).

Finally I'd like to wish all those running tomorrow the very best of luck. A special shout out to those doing the London Marathon including Linda Sigsworth, Bill Sigsworth, Carolyn Gale, Trish Speedie, Sally Mendoza, Liz Swainston and Michael Burke. If I have missed you out apologies but best of luck. Enjoy the event and feel free to come and show off your medals and t-shirt and feel generally smug next week.

This week 347 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 26 were first timers and 36 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 29 different clubs took part.
The event was made possible by 27 volunteers:

Alan GUY • Brian WATSON • David CHARLESWORTH • Michelle SHAW • Andrew SHAW • Kenny SALKELD • Jon TAPPER • Mark POULTNEY • John FEARNS • Ruth MCMASTER LEES • Philip CAWOOD • Lucy TAPPER • Roma TATE • Jane O'ROURKE • Robin DAVIES • Roger OLDROYD • Geoff BROWN • Michelle I'ANSON • Rachael WELBY • Susan WATSON • Ian WATSON • Kate BOWDEN • Anthony JOWETT • Susan COLEMAN • Julie LAINE • Andrew HARRIS • Sebastian SHAW
Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Stewart parkrun, Middlesbrough Results Page.
The male record is held by Gregory JAYASURIYA who recorded a time of 15:48 on 13th February 2016 (event number 188).
The female record is held by Josephine STONE who recorded a time of 18:14 on 24th November 2018 (event number 332).
The Age Grade course record is held by Gabrielle HALL who recorded 88.37% (20:30) on 7th February 2015 (event number 136).
Stewart parkrun, Middlesbrough started on 7th July 2012. Since then 9,424 participants have completed 87,149 parkruns covering a total distance of 435,745 km, including 14,602 new Personal Bests. A total of 824 individuals have volunteered 7,439 times.

Enjoy the rest of your weekend everyone.

Jon.

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