Run Report #72 Nicola Tarrant did our run!

A smooth operation at the finish funnel as the Whinlatter Forest team stepped in, thank you to Adrian and Rob, and all the wonderful volunteers. Shout out to Robert Webster. We know you are out there and that you finished third, but we don't have your athlete number and your name is quite common! Sorry about this problem at scanning, please email in your athlete number and we will put you in.

We were delighted to welcome Nicola Tarrant, who completed her 340th different Parkrun and has the title of most travelled female Parkrun tourist! Nicola hails from Croydon and began parkrunning in 2011. Last week she did two runs in Sweden, one on Thursday because it was Sweden's national day. Nicola says that Whinlatter Forest is definitely the toughest she has done, with stunning views. Nicola was accompanied by four supporters who style themselves 'minnions'. We invited them back next week, but apparently they don't do that!

Anyone who filmed today for the upcoming Runners' World film is asked to send in their clips to the Whinlatter Forest email link on the home page.

Here's the official stuff.

This week 76 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 46 were first timers and 3 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 28 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 13 volunteers:

Ian HARVEY • Angharad COOLEY • John SCRIVENS • Hazel DAVIES • Jo GRUCHY • Rachel JONES • Andrew JONES • Tanya COATES • Andrea TIDY • Siobhan GASCOIGNE • Brendan CARLIN • Adrian JONES • Rob MALSOM

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

The male record is held by Chris ARTHUR who recorded a time of 17:48 on 31st March 2018 (event number 11).
The female record is held by Emma GOULD who recorded a time of 19:56 on 28th April 2018 (event number 15).
The Age Grade course record is held by Brian TAYLOR who recorded 76.76% (19:22) on 25th August 2018 (event number 32).

Whinlatter Forest parkrun started on 13th January 2018. Since then 3,084 participants have completed 5,769 parkruns covering a total distance of 28,845 km, including 944 new Personal Bests. A total of 150 individuals have volunteered 731 times.