There’s me thinking I would have a quiet week this week, all done early and curled up in front of the Blackpool ballroom. But no. You lot were flippin’ running everywhere. From the Valley to Vegas. Literally.
Taking on the parkruns this week were:
Ben Davidson 23:41, Noel Bloomfield 25:03, Sharon Dunn 25:53, Frances Kane 30:19, Joanne Milne 30:38, Lee-Anne Hutchinson 31:06, Roisin Brooks 31:21, Lisa Kerr 32:08
Ken McAuley 21:18, Paul Skillen 22:06PB, Susan Thompson 24:51, Jim Hewitt 26:07
Anton Piatek 26:54
Neil McCready 21:42, Tina Steele 30:15
Alan Kerr 25:14, Zoe O’Prey 43:40, Lorraine-Ann Forsythe 48:59
Tom Fleming 20:12
A couple of tourists this week. Social boy pulled the trainers back on again and headed for the home of the parkrun, Bushy Park, finishing in 38:34. Just the 1,327 runners at this one. (Sammy’s voice would be wrecked!).
Stephen Weir was at Leazes parkrun, finishing in 31:17. This one takes place in Leazes park in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne. It has a lake and some fancy gates. That’s it. That’s all I’ve got.
And ADav was at the Valley 24:10
Waterworks junior parkrun:
Joseph Eager 9:38
Jordanstown junior parkrun:
Ben Halliday 11:54, Riley Kerr 11:58, Matthew Hawkins 11:59, Rhys Kerr 12:59PB
And a big well done to Matthew on his 100th parkrun.
Wednesday (probably fairly late on) saw the Run in the Dark events:
Anton Piatek 51:29PB, Paddy Brooks 53:21, Jay Scott 54:23, Bernard McKeaveney 55:56, Victoria McCready 1:16:18
On Saturday, Prof Alan Ladd got his wizard hat back out again and organised the latest Club Handicap race. The race anyone can win. If they run. The full results are on Team App but suffice to say that the juniors continued their domination of this event. The podium places were taken by Riley Kerr in first place, followed by Owen Fulton and Andrew Kerr. A Kerr sandwich with a Fulton filling if you will.
The latest Born 2 Run event happened yesterday at Drum Manor:
Ramunas Stanevicius 39:53 (and 4th place finish), Dermot Boyd 1:06:46
Published results do not contain club names so I can only report those posted on Team App.
Unfortunately, I cannot find any published results for the 26Extreme events so if you want your result published please comment on this post.
Our international desk reports that the Harrier vest was once more on display down under as Sarah Ross completed the Queensland marathon in 4:15:02.
Hot off the vidiprinter, I have just been informed that Lee O’Boyle has finished 3 rd in the Tweed
Valley Ultra in Scotland in a time of 5:50:10. This is a 65k (40 mile) multi-terrain event with over
5,000 ft of elevation. Or a Sunday run as Lee now calls it. Take a bow Sir. Carefully.
Finally, David Esler ended up where he was born to be, Vegas baby! He completed the Las Vegas Rock’n’Roll 5k in 30:00. No doubt he’s now away off for a bit of Siegfried & Roy.
So this week’s song is for Mr Esler. Let’s hope he’s got the gold lame suit on too!
Until next week, behave.