Weekend Recap: Garmin? More like Polar

With ice causing cancellations at Brueton and Oaklands we find results scattered on Saturday. In no particular order:

Coventry parkrun:
Jon Beech was sent to Coventry in search of action and got twenty-four minutes and fifty seconds worth.

Cannon Hill parkrun:
Big numbers at Cannon Hill, 996 runners, falling just short of the thousand count. A family affair saw Gareth Wainwright run 17:28 and Ainsley running 19:45. Brian Corr became an honourary Wainwright for the day running 22:29.

Telford Parkrun:
A first K&D appearance for newbies Kyle Jones and Joy Blud who joined this week. Straight into action and Kyle clocked 20:54 while Joy earned her stripes in 26:35.

Kingsbury Water parkrun:
Stevve Armstrong and Pete Makepeace rocked up at flood prone but ice-proof(ish) Kingsbury. Steve ran 21:35 and Pete stopped the watch in 30:02.

Hasenheide parkrun:
Nicky Evans and Mark Gale enjoyed a Berlin break and a potter round Hasenheide parkrun. Enjoy the sneaky hill? Nicky ran 27:01 and Mark Gale got done in a sprint as he ran 27:06.

South Woodham Ferrers parkrun:
Simon Battson ran 25:26 near Chelmsford, Essex. No word on when he will be appearing in TOWIE.

Foots Cray parkrun
Going cray cray, like Beyonce, at Foots Cray was Ian Maidment who ran 29:01.

Babbs Mill parkrun:
With Brueton off, Babbs Mill was the place to be. Gary Polhill ran 17:31 despite some slippy sections, David Carbutt finised in 19:39. Gareth Lloyd (25:43), Nigel Foster (26:23 and Neil Letham (27:27) joined in the fun. Victoria Cook was first (and only but shhh!) K&D lady in 28:05 while Steve Marks ran 34:10.

Warwick Racecourse parkrun:
Event 14 saw two K&D as Lloyd Barton and Natalie Callinan were just over 60 seconds apart. Lloyd ran 20:52 while Natalie clocked 21:58.

East Park parkrun:
The opposite to West Park parkrun. Kevin Tomkinson ran 26:28 to clock off another parkrun while Alison Giblin wasn’t far behind in 33:47.

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