Wetherby parkrun Event number 209 on 19th October 2019

It was wonderful for me to be back at Wetherby after a few weeks absence and to see so many friendly faces - both familiar and new. We were honoured to have a wedding party running including the bridegroom - Oliver Newton. Congratulations and thank you, Oliver, for sharing the start of your special day with us and for bringing your guests who included runners from Australia, America, Canada, Loch Lomond, and Sheffield.
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Our super team of volunteers did us proud as usual and I would particularly like to express my gratitude to Vanessa Yeomans for stepping in on Saturday morning to assist the capable Tilly on scanning; this meant we did not have to ask one of the fast runners. Well done Erica on your first time as tail walker, thanks as always to the now very experienced Pauline for marshaling and to mother and son duo Fiona and Leo. Apologies Eleanor on tokens if I embarrassed you with my overly enthusiastic cheering for your Mum (I just can’t seem to help myself)!

It is of course, always satisfying when the results are processed swiftly and easily. Unfortunately, we experienced a ‘gremlin’ or two on Saturday and special thanks must go to timer and results processor Alex and to Wetherby’s ‘unsung hero’ Barry for resolving the issues thus ensuring everyone received their results. Barry had been at the ground since 8am to unlock the storage, he set up (with Chris) and took the photographs, so he should have earned a relaxing drink in the cafe, but instead found himself solving the glitch with IT whizz kid Alex. You two were my superheroes on Saturday!

Next week - October 26th, is the Halloween parkrun so please feel free to get dressed up in any spooky costumes or accessories. We have a very special runner (known to many of you) joining us for his 250th parkrun so there will be a lot of support. Whether this Saturday is your first parkrun or your 250th, or whether you dress up as a pumpkin or skeleton or do not dress up at all - please join us - we would love to see you!

This week 82 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 11 were first-timers and 7 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 10 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 14 volunteers:

Fiona KNAPTON • Gillian FOX • Colleen GRUENWALD • Leo KNAPTON • Elizabeth BALL • Steve TRAPPS • Chris TATHAM • Vanessa YEOMANS • Tilly FOREMAN • Alex FOREMAN • Barry HUTCHINSON • Eleanor GREENWOOD • Pauline GALLACHER • Erica DI MARTINO

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

The male record is held by Kristoff BOYNTON who recorded a time of 16:05 on 15th August 2015 (event number 19).
The female record is held by Alice LEAKE who recorded a time of 17:56 on 19th May 2018 (event number 143).
The Age Grade course record is held by Jo HARBON who recorded 91.65% (19:45) on 7th September 2019 (event number 204).

Wetherby parkrun started on 21st March 2015. Since then 4,257 participants have completed 15,143 parkruns covering a total distance of 75,715 km, including 2,549 new Personal Bests. A total of 386 individuals have volunteered 2,481 times.

STOP PRESS: PLEASE NOTE THERE IS NO WETHERBY PARKRUN ON 2/11/19

 

Wetherby parkrun Event number 208 on 12th October 2019

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Earlier this week we said....Ohhhh dare we say the C-word?? Well, it's coming ready or not! Traditionally, Wetherby does not host a festive parkrun but this year we would like to hear what you think. If we get enough interest we will let HQ know what the outcome is so....it's all up to you. If you have Facebook visit our poll and click on the image that is most likely to fit what you would do on Christmas day if we hosted a parkrun.

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This week's parkrun was run on an alternative course as the grounds still had some standing water. We were very lucky with the weather as the rain held off and the sun did appear a little for us staying relatively mild for our fabulous volunteers.

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We had a lot of newcomers and visitors this week to include a family from Reading. It was lovely to see 3 generations attending parkrun and we hope they will return in the future. We also had one of our regulars Mark was celebrating his 50th parkrun.
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Our tail walkers this week seemed to be having fun and I think there might have been a quite bet (no money of course) going on to who would end up in the water first. We also had our event ambassador Simon visiting us (I am sure I will get a slap for giving him a shout out) this week. Simon assures us he is perfectly normal an needs no special mentions oops!!
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This week 87 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 12 were first-timers and 9 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 8 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 15 volunteers. Please click on the link to see if you can help in future weeks. Your event stats are listed below:
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Fiona KNAPTON • Simon MIDDLETON • Colleen GRUENWALD • Leo KNAPTON • Helen TATE • Steve TRAPPS • Chris TATHAM • Vanessa YEOMANS • Jack LOOKER • Tilly FOREMAN • Alex FOREMAN • Barry HUTCHINSON • Eleanor GREENWOOD • Trish COMET-SMITH • Deborah HAWORTH

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

The male record is held by Kristoff BOYNTON who recorded a time of 16:05 on 15th August 2015 (event number 19).
The female record is held by Alice LEAKE who recorded a time of 17:56 on 19th May 2018 (event number 143).
The Age Grade course record is held by Jo HARBON who recorded 91.65% (19:45) on 7th September 2019 (event number 204).

Wetherby parkrun started on 21st March 2015. Since then 4,247 participants have completed 15,061 parkruns covering a total distance of 75,305 km, including 2,542 new Personal Bests. A total of 386 individuals have volunteered 2,467 times.

 

Wetherby parkrun Event number 207 on 5th October 2019

Fortunately, a far better parkrun day than last week, although we had to alter the course layout to accommodate the small lake that had appeared in the field near the start. This week marks a major milestone for parkrun with the 15th.  anniversary of the first parkrun. Since then the parkrun community has expanded worldwide and has brought pleasure to millions. parkrun continues to grow and thrive with new parkruns popping up everywhere.

This Saturday we had tourists from, Northampton, Bedford and a little closer to home, Ripon. Simon Cave from Ripon almost completed my unbroken run of tourists coming first, who all asked for course directions prior to the run. The standard answer of 'follow the runner in front of you' never works in such cases! In the end he came second across the finishing line. However, unlike the others he was well prepared having completed an exploratory lap prior to the run - (I actually met him in the outfield whilst positioning the cones). When he returned, Barry joked with him that he had taken all of 7 minutes to complete this lap. The response was that he was just warming up, so we should have guessed that he would be quick.

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Congratulations must go to the ten people who achieved Personal Bests. The ground was not conducive to fast times with both apertures in the fence difficult to negotiate due to the mud. Both Hana and Pamela Linstrum improved on the time from their first run last week. A very special mention must go to Jon Davison who runs enthusiastically with his mum Zoe. He has just received his 10th. parkrun tee-shirt and also celebrates his 10th. birthday this week. His grandparents came up from Northampton to be with them and they completed the parkrun with tail walker Fiona Robinson. What an excellent family effort!

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So many runners make the effort of smiling for the camera, hiding perhaps how they really feel inside. Jasvinder Kaur looked effortless but admitted that after she crossed the finishing line she was just so tired.

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The ideal place to recover is the Wetherby Sports Association cafe, where Denise does a wonderful hot bacon sandwich and a cup of tea. There are also a whole range of other options so that you do not put on the calories that you have just run off. You would also be able to see how the results are prepared and how you could become a volunteer to help stage this event. See you all next week, Trish.

This week 74 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 7 were first-timers and 10 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 12 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 13 volunteers:
Gillian FOX • Pauline GALLACHER• Erica DI MARTINO• Chris TATEHAM • Vanessa YEOMANS • Wendy REEVES • Christian SOWDEN • Alex FOREMAN • Barry HUTCHINSON • Fiona ROBINSON • Trish COMET-SMITH • Suzy WOOD • Leo KNAPTON

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wetherby parkrun Event number 206 on 28th September 2019

Well thank you everyone who turned up to a very wet parkrun this week. We had parkrun tourists from Hackney, Reading and Bristol. Gavin from Hackney beat our resident runner Joseph to be the first parkrunner across the finishing line.
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There was the usual canine contingent, with Steve Trapps running (?) with his spaniel Pip for the first time. One of our regular dogs Monty forsook his owner Pete, (who was a marshal), and choose to run successfully with Pete’s daughter instead. Special congratulations go to Sophie Wilkinson, who is only 6 years old, and ran and finished magnificently with her Dad Karl, despite the wet and cold. Mike Bosomworth completed his 50th parkrun, and Hana and Pamela Linstrum both finished their first parkrun.
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Each time I have been RD I have been asked the layout of the course by someone, and I have always said unless you plan to be first, just follow the others! Strangely, each time that person has actually ended up being first – I’ll have to be more careful in future!!
Tilly, our barcode scanner volunteer, finally took to hiding in the start ‘tent’ to get out of the rain ! The photos don’t really show how wet and it was.

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The volunteer register is looking a bit thin for the next few weeks – so if you think that you could help in any capacity, please come along and enjoy some more high jinks. See you all next Saturday, Trish.

This week 80 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 7 were first-timers and 6 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 13 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 13 volunteers:
Gillian FOX • Gary FIDDES • Peter COOPER• Chris TATEHAM • Vanessa YEOMANS • Jack LOOKER • Christian SOWDEN • Tilly FOREMAN • Alex FOREMAN • Barry HUTCHINSON • Eleanor GREENWOOD • Trish COMET-SMITH •  Teddy WILCOX

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

 

Lost and Found…. and Lost

Before we start! Please remember there is no parkrun this Saturday 21st September!

Saturday's parkrun saw a wonderful turnout of parkrunners and volunteers, we were even joined by Wetherby firefighters (you may have noticed their fire engine waiting for them in the car park!)
Part of our extended parkrun 'family' is Melissa, who serves us teas, coffees, bacon butties and crumpets in Wetherby Sports Association. Melissa will be heading off to university in the next week or so and she will be missed, we wish her well.
The change in season brings a change in clothes. After much searching we located a lost hoodie from last week, but two more were misplaced on Saturday. I have one in my car for a Wetherby Runner, but I hope we can return a New Zealand triathlon jacket to its rightful owner.
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Finally! A huge thank you to Helen who helped set up our course on Saturday morning and Luna who carried her ball around the entire course whilst tail walking with her owner. Our volunteers make every Saturday morning special and it was wonderful to see so many Duke of Edinburgh volunteers and lovely Tilly who brings so much energy and enthusiasm to parkrun.
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Luna is still holding her ball!

This week 141 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 34 were first timers and 41 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 19 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 13 volunteers:

Gillian FOX • Leo KNAPTON • Helen TATE • Suzy WOOD • Jack LOOKER • Angus NICHOLLS • Helen FOREMAN • Tilly FOREMAN • Alex FOREMAN • Eleanor GREENWOOD • Pauline GALLACHER • Christian SOWDEN • Victoria MAGNUS

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

The male record is held by Kristoff BOYNTON who recorded a time of 16:05 on 15th August 2015 (event number 19).
The female record is held by Alice LEAKE who recorded a time of 17:56 on 19th May 2018 (event number 143).
The Age Grade course record is held by Jo HARBON who recorded 91.65% (19:45) on 7th September 2019 (event number 204).

Wetherby parkrun started on 21st March 2015. Since then 4,216 participants have completed 14,820 parkruns covering a total distance of 74,100 km, including 2,515 new Personal Bests. A total of 385 individuals have volunteered 2,428 times.

 

Wetherby parkrun Event number 204 on 7th September 2019

STOP PRESS: Please note there is no Wetherby parkrun on 21/09/19 due to the bicycle race.

We appreciated a ‘Back to School’ compliment of our fabulous teenage volunteers for the first run of September, including birthday boy Alex whose first task of his 15th year was spent scanning your barcodes. The finish tokens had been treated to a ‘new term makeover’ by photographer Trish, resulting in not a single illegible token - hurrah! It was great to see familiar faces who had been absent due to holidays and is it just me, or is running during the cooler early autumn months so much easier than in the heat of summer?
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We love it when new parkrunners use Wetherby as their first run and PLEASE do come back again. Our tourists came from London, Sheffield, Otley, Hull, Huddersfield, Cannock Chase, Ireland, Hertfordshire and winning the prize for long-distance - Australia.
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Our younger members continue to inspire us with their determination and a special mention goes to keen footballer Jon Davison on his tenth parkrun. Coro Hickman and Becky Lurcock are to be congratulated on their first run and thank you girls for bringing your lovely Mums with you too!

September 7th saw an exciting new record set at Wetherby. Jo Harbon ran at a spectacular 91.65% for her age grading - wow - well done Jo! Several of our regular runners also achieved PBs so please take time to pat yourselves on the back. Whatever your age grading or time, you will always be supported by your volunteer team; we are just pleased that you all show willing and complete the course.
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Special thanks to marshal Simon this week who helped pack away the new impressive ‘start’ sign. Luckily his ‘know how’ with tents helped to pack away our banner or I still might be at the ground trying to fathom out how it works!

I am not at Wetherby for a few weeks now so enjoy your autumnal runs and Gillian (owner of our handsome canine mascot, Joseph) is your super Run Director for this Saturday, 14/09.
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This week 120 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 38 were first-timers and 21 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 16 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 13 volunteers:
Gillian FOX • Jasvinder KAUR • Leo KNAPTON • Elizabeth BALL • Vanessa YEOMANS • Jack LOOKER • Simon CAVELL • Tilly FOREMAN • Alex FOREMAN • Barry HUTCHINSON • Eleanor GREENWOOD • Trish COMET-SMITH • Pauline GALLACHER

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

The male record is held by Kristoff BOYNTON who recorded a time of 16:05 on 15th August 2015 (event number 19).
The female record is held by Alice LEAKE who recorded a time of 17:56 on 19th May 2018 (event number 143).
The Age Grade course record is held by Jo HARBON who recorded 91.65% (19:45) on 7th September 2019 (event number 204).

Wetherby parkrun started on 21st March 2015. Since then 4,182 participants have completed 14,679 parkruns covering a total distance of 73,395 km, including 2,474 new Personal Bests. A total of 384 individuals have volunteered 2,415 times.

 

Wetherby parkrun Event number 203 on 31 st August 2019

Today’s parkrun was my first as Run Director. I would like to thank all the many enthusiastic volunteers who made everything go like clockwork. The Bradbury family, dad Alex with Amelia, Sophia and James were especially exuberant with the cowbells and encouraged everyone.

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There was the usual compliment of dogs, with two notably quick canine finishers. We had 8 first timers completely new to park running. Hopefully they enjoyed the experience and we will see them again next week or in the near future. There were several ‘Tourists’, some quite far flung, with Rosie Williams from Guernsey winning! Blackpool and Wokingham also featured as tourist towns.

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8 people achieved new PBs including the juniors Ciara and Cerys. Keep up the good work! Many of our regular runners from Wetherby were resting today in preparation for the Wetherby 10k on Sunday which is organised by the Wetherby Runners AC, however some like Richie Dawe (who always pulls a face for the photographer) treat today as a warm-up.

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There was a late arrival at the run who proceeded to cut a swathe through all the runners – to the extent that they thought they were being lapped as they completed the first lap. The thought of someone running 4 minute miles round our course was breathtaking. I am sorry I don’t know your name – but you know who you are! Please come back soon to shake up our regular runners. The ‘unknown’ runner in the third position of the results table was actually Felix who had not yet registered to receive a barcode as this was his first ever parkrun. What a super result!

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All in all a good time was had by the volunteers and runners alike. Hope to see you all next week for a re-run!!! Trish

Here are your stats:

This week 95 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 32 were first timers and 8 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 14 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 16 volunteers:

Gillian FOX • Amanda SPENCER • Will GREENWOOD • Leo KNAPTON • Alex BRADBURY • Bob MITCHELL • Vanessa YEOMANS • Tilly FOREMAN • Alex FOREMAN • Barry HUTCHINSON • Amelia BRADBURY • Trish COMET-SMITH • Lesley MANSON • Pauline GALLACHER • Martin BUCK • Victoria MAGNUS

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

The male record is held by Kristoff BOYNTON who recorded a time of 16:05 on 15th August 2015 (event number 19).
The female record is held by Alice LEAKE who recorded a time of 17:56 on 19th May 2018 (event number 143).
The Age Grade course record is held by Angela OLDHAM who recorded 90.83% (21:59) on 18th June 2016 (event number 52).

Wetherby parkrun started on 21st March 2015. Since then 4,144 participants have completed 14,559 parkruns covering a total distance of 72,795 km, including 2,453 new Personal Bests. A total of 383 individuals have volunteered 2,402 times.

 

Wetherby parkrun Event number 202 on 24th August 2019

Wetherby parkruns’ 202nd event, brought the heat, sunshine and lots of visitors to town!

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The local bank holiday weekend events (York Races, Leeds Fest and Leeds Carnival) brought loads of visitors from York, Manchester and even London, with Horsham being the furthest travellers. A very impressive 134 people completed the course in the heat and sunshine, with 13 new PB’s collected.

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We also welcomed 2 x very first time parkrunners today, and we hope they enjoyed the event and trust they have now picked up the parkrun bug! This was the first event I have been asked for poo bags, as one dog had used up the 5 bags brought by its owner!
As I was at the finish funnel, I spotted a tired-looking teenager. After asking if he was finishing or carrying on, he just looked at me blankly and said I have no idea! He then went on to do another lap, I do hope he was not our first ever 4 lap finisher!?

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As usual, everyone was looked after by a full team of enthusiastic volunteers. A huge thank you to all the volunteers who made the event possible, please contact the event team if you would like to volunteer at future events.

Trish is looking after the Run Director (RD) slot next week so we may need your photos since Trish will be busy looking after everyone, we look forward to seeing you all there. Regards, Steve

Here are your stats but please don't forget to volunteer:

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This week 134 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 40 were first-timers and 15 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 26 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 14 volunteers:

Gill EDMONDSON • Steven GALLAGHER • Gillian FOX • Kathryn GALLAGHER • Leo KNAPTON • Elizabeth BALL • Vanessa YEOMANS • Jack LOOKER • Samuel EVANS • Barry HUTCHINSON • Trish COMET-SMITH • Pauline GALLACHER • Alyson ROWDEN • Victoria MAGNUS

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

The male record is held by Kristoff BOYNTON who recorded a time of 16:05 on 15th August 2015 (event number 19).
The female record is held by Alice LEAKE who recorded a time of 17:56 on 19th May 2018 (event number 143).
The Age Grade course record is held by Angela OLDHAM who recorded 90.83% (21:59) on 18th June 2016 (event number 52).

Wetherby parkrun started on 21st March 2015. Since then 4,112 participants have completed 14,464 parkruns covering a total distance of 72,320 km, including 2,445 new Personal Bests. A total of 382 individuals have volunteered 2,386 times.

 

Wetherby parkrun Event number 201 on 17th August 2019

There was a family theme running through Saturday's parkrun. Brother and sister Alex and Tilly were barcode scanning (Tilly first came to Wetherby parkrun just to meet Joseph whippet!) One of our marshals, Will brought along his daughter in her fantastic 'cross country' buggy and we were so happy to see 7 year old Tamsin taking part in her first parkrun with her proud dad Martin.
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Some people enjoy running or walking with family or friends, whilst others enjoy having an hour or so just for themselves - I've heard many people say it 'sets them up for the weekend'.

Of course, being Wetherby we also had plenty of dogs. Teddy our Tail Walker brought along her dog Dobby who will only do 2 laps of the course and then is quite content to be looked after at the finish line whilst Teddy completes the last lap. I'm sure many parkrunners will know just how he feels!
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This week 94 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 21 were first timers and 7 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 17 different clubs took part.
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The event was made possible by 15 volunteers:

Gillian FOX • Teddy WILCOX • Will GREENWOOD • Leo KNAPTON • Helen TATE • Elizabeth BALL • Vanessa YEOMANS • Henry PRICE • Karen GLYNN • Helen FOREMAN • Tilly FOREMAN • Alex FOREMAN • Barry HUTCHINSON • Trish COMET-SMITH • Pauline GALLACHER

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

The male record is held by Kristoff BOYNTON who recorded a time of 16:05 on 15th August 2015 (event number 19).
The female record is held by Alice LEAKE who recorded a time of 17:56 on 19th May 2018 (event number 143).
The Age Grade course record is held by Angela OLDHAM who recorded 90.83% (21:59) on 18th June 2016 (event number 52).

Wetherby parkrun started on 21st March 2015. Since then 4,072 participants have completed 14,330 parkruns covering a total distance of 71,650 km, including 2,430 new Personal Bests. A total of 381 individuals have volunteered 2,372 times.

 

Wetherby parkrun Event number 200 on 10th August 2019

Wow - Wetherby parkrun knows how to celebrate; thank you to all our volunteers and runners for making the BIG 200th, a parkrun to remember! Our fantastic crowd looked resplendent in a sea of parkrun, sports clubs and football shirts and we enjoyed tucking into all the goodies which had been generously donated. The many unsung heroes who have facilitated 200 Wetherby parkruns events, were suitably applauded and any offers of further volunteering would be most welcome!
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We were excited to have some brand new runners with us who were bravely undeterred by the threats of stormy weather. Please return soon (although note that Karen does not bake her delicious chocolate and banana cake EVERY week)! Our enthusiastic tourists came from Doncaster, Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, London, Beverley and closer to home Brighouse, Roundhay and Harrogate.
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Several of our volunteers were suffering with injuries and we wish them a speedy recovery - we all know how frustrating it is to be out of action. We had a Carolyn and a Carolynn as marshals so I was watching my spelling on the emails! Our latest Duke of Edinburgh student is Leo who managed the finish tokens very capably and he will be a much needed and welcome member to the team. The three Driver children had a start line surprise for their Dad after helping the ever dedicated Barry with ‘set up’. It was a pleasure to witness the energetic and determined running from juniors Freya, Olivia, Sam, Cerys, Luca and Nathan.
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Many of our regulars will be aware that the handsome canine, Joseph is our treasured Wetherby mascot and he kindly agreed (well...a dog treat may have been deployed) to ‘pose’ this week for a special 200th photo with his namesakes; Joseph our regular Wetherby runner and Joseph a parkrun tourist. The runner Josephs were honoured to share the selfie frame with Gillian’s friendly and famous pooch for the trio of Josephs photo! We would love it if more people used the selfie frame so don’t be shy and give it a go!
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You stats are below, see you next Saturday for event number 201...we can’t wait!

This week 117 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 36 were first timers and 8 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 15 different clubs took part.
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The event was made possible by 17 volunteers:

Fiona KNAPTON • Gillian FOX • Leo KNAPTON • Elizabeth BALL • Victoria DRIVER • Karen GLYNN • Angus NICHOLLS • Alex FOREMAN • Barry HUTCHINSON • Carolynn RANKIN • Brian MANSON • Pauline GALLACHER • Patricia A DYKES • Carolyn MERCER • Martin BUCK • Kathy OAKES • Matthew JACKSON

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

The male record is held by Kristoff BOYNTON who recorded a time of 16:05 on 15th August 2015 (event number 19).
The female record is held by Alice LEAKE who recorded a time of 17:56 on 19th May 2018 (event number 143).
The Age Grade course record is held by Angela OLDHAM who recorded 90.83% (21:59) on 18th June 2016 (event number 52).

Wetherby parkrun started on 21st March 2015. Since then 4,051 participants have completed 14,236 parkruns covering a total distance of 71,180 km, including 2,423 new Personal Bests. A total of 380 individuals have volunteered 2,357 times.

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