ParkRun Report Saturday 17th June 2017 by Mike Norton
|3||Kyle OLIVER||19:05:00||SM30-34||67.95%||3||PB stays at 00:18:49||32||Montacute|
|148||Liz MARTIN||28:26:00||VW60-64||67.29%||26||PB stays at 00:25:20||64||Montacute|
|38||Jack HARVEY||22:55:00||JM11-14||66.76%||37||PB stays at 00:22:31||10||Montacute|
|98||Susan WHITE||26:13:00||VW50-54||66.43%||9||PB stays at 00:24:39||85||Montacute|
|73||Grahame TURNER||24:42:00||VM50-54||60.19%||68||PB stays at 00:21:42||13||Montacute|
|88||Hazel SHEARS||25:29:00||SW30-34||58.14%||8||PB stays at 00:25:24||17||Montacute|
|63||Roxane PRATT||30:19:00||VW50-54||55.31%||19||First time||105||Lydney|
|171||Amanda BIGGER||29:36:00||VW45-49||55.29%||36||PB stays at 00:27:02||81||Montacute|
|46||Nick PRATT||27:06:00||VM50-54||54.43%||34||First time||95||Lydney|
|128||Michael NORTON||27:52:00||VM45-49||50.90%||111||PB stays at 00:24:56||20||Montacute|
|257||Tracey OSMOND||34:16:00||VW50-54||50.83%||88||PB stays at 00:32:28||13||Montacute|
|158||Steve SMALL||28:44:00||VM45-49||50.12%||128||PB stays at 00:25:22||70||Montacute|
|207||Tamsyn OSMOND||31:16:00||SW20-24||47.33%||51||New PB||5||Montacute|
|324||David GERMAN||42:01:00||VM75-79||47.80%||193||PB stays at 00:33:29||90||Montacute|
Well what a weekend we have just had! Hotter than Honolulu we were told by the Race Director at Montacute, where myself and 12 other LR decided to enjoy the morning sunshine along with a former member of LR Colin Evans who reached his 100th parkrun milestone and supplied a wonderful cake for us all to enjoy. Colin recorded a time of 22:59.
Unsurprisingly only one PB was recorded this week, (It was a tad warm) so well done Tamsyn who knocked nearly a minute off her PB. Although Hazel came close to her PB and of course the ever-reliable performer Kyle finished 3rd overall with a very impressive time. I didn’t fancy the heat for a hard run after Yeovil Marathon last weekend so I just enjoyed the morning run and Colin’s cake.
Our park run tourists were Roxane and Nick who became the first LR to run at Lydney in a small field of 78 runners.