A storming run by Rob Michaelson-Yeats goes unrecorded as he clocked a sub-18 but didn’t bring his barcode. Therefore this week’s first K&D place is a welcome return to Simon Bentley. Sporting a new go-faster haircut he clocked sub-18 and continued his return to superb running. Chris Morgan did a Rob Michaelson-Yeates so also goes unrecorded. Jonathon Bellman added a second K&D’er place to his resume. Bellman ran 18:44. Paul Bentley rounded out the top 3 by running 19:16.
Mary Heald led the way for our women with a swift 23:05 (with buggy I think!). She was being chased down by Louise Bell though in 23:18 and Jane Hunt in 23:33. You could throw a blanket over those three.
Congrats to Ed Bower who joined the 50 club this week.
Neil Letham took in the views of beautiful Edinburgh as he enjoyed a relaxed 40:44.
Flat as a pancake, Hackney Marshes provides a super opportunity for good running. Louise Taylor took advantage of the Marshes to run 28:29.
Worcester Pitchcroft parkrun:
One of the quickest parkrun’s in the country saw Anthony Dutton doing horse impressions following his 19:35.
Caroline Park put the Park in parkrun as she cropped up in Peterborough and ran an excellent 23:58.
Kingsbury Water parkrun:
Russel Palmer took on the lakes of Kingsbury as he jaunted round in 21:59.
Exeter Riverside parkrun:
An excellent course that takes in the Quay, Ian Naisbitt clocked a superb 22:32.
Amanda Crees became the first K&D’er to parkrun in Germany. Stuttgart is now officially K&D territory. Amanda ran 32:28.