*************************************************** RANELAGH HARRIERS E-NEWS # 503 16th June 2017 Editor: Steve Rowland mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org *************************************************** HEADLINE NEWS ************* * County silver medals for Jake Waldron, Seiko Angelo and the men's team at the Dorking 10m, bronze medals for the women's team * Ranelagh wins the London - Cardiff 24 hours relay * Richmond 10km this Sunday 18th June - entries now closed * BBQ at the clubhouse after the 10k on Sunday * All runners needed for our Mini Mob Match v The Stragglers at the Bushy Park parkrun on Saturday 24th June * Next GP events after our 10km - Elmore 7 miles, Elmbridge 10km (almost full!) and Wedding Day 7km * Deadline for London Marathon Good for Age entries is next Friday * Club AGM on Tuesday 4th July * Subscriptions for 2017/18 are now due ATTENTION PLEASE **************** RANELAGH RICHMOND 10k Sunday 18th June Entries have now closed and there will be no entries on the day. We have a total of 84 entered for Ranelagh. The race features in our Road GP and the Surrey Road League and is also the Surrey 10k championship. Details NEXT JOB FOR THE MOB Saturday 24th June at the Bushy Park parkrun IMPORTANT - Our annual "mini mob match" against the Stragglers will take place this year on Saturday 24th June, incorporated within the Bushy Park parkrun. As always with mob matches, we need as many runners as we can get. If you're running a parkrun that day, please make it the Bushy Park event. If you're not currently registered with parkrun as Ranelagh Harriers, please update your details before the run, or you won't count. LONDON MARATHON GOOD FOR AGE If you are thinking about applying for a "good for age" entry" for the 2018 London Marathon, the deadline is 5pm on Friday 23rd June. Qualification criteria are as follows: 18 - 40 men 3:05, women 3:45, 41 - 49 men 3:15, women 3:50, 50 - 59 men 3:20, women 4:00, 60 - 64 men 3:45, women 4:30, 65 - 69 men 4:00, women 5:00, 70 - 75 men 5:00, women 6:00, 76+ men 5:30, women 6:30. See:. ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING The club's AGM will take place in the clubhouse on Tuesday 4th July starting at 8.30pm. All are welcome to attend. You should receive an agenda and annual reports in the next few days. ROTHWELL RELAY Thursday 20th July at the Hawker Centre, Lower Ham Road Roy Reeder writes: "Nigel Rothwell was a regular local runner for many years and helped organise Richmond parkrun and then Kingston parkrun. Nigel devised and organised a relay event on a Stragglers' club night several years ago. He was present last year but passed away shortly afterwards. As well as lots of Stragglers, last year's event was attended by lots of Nigel's friends from 26.2. This year it would be great to see anyone who knew Nigel from Ranelagh Harriers at the event too. Teams of four will be graded on the night to try to ensure balanced teams, so please have your recent parkrun time available. The course is 2.5km. Register from 7pm and the race starts as soon as everyone is registered (around 8pm). There will food and drink available to purchase afterwards at the Hawker Centre. Free race entry but donations accepted to Pancreatic Cancer UK." CLUB SUBSCRIPTIONS and ENGLAND ATHLETICS REGISTRATION... ...for 2017-18 are now due. The club membership fee includes the England Athletics registration and despite another increase in the England Athletics registration fee to £14, we are keeping our subscription rates unchanged for another year. That's £40 for seniors, £20 for second-claim members and those who are retired and over 60, £10 for under 20s and students and non-running members. There is also a £70 family membership. Preferred method of payment is by Bank Transfer: our account is at HSBC, sort code 40-23-29, account number 81109847; please add a message, for example SubscriptionJSmith. A Standing Order form is available from our website here: . Alternatively post a cheque to Membership Secretary, Ranelagh Harriers, 135a Petersham Road, Richmond, Surrey TW10 7AA or leave it in an envelope at the clubhouse. For any queries, e-mail the Membership Secretary email@example.com. RANELAGH RICHMOND 10K BARBECUE! SUNDAY 18th JUNE at 12 noon at the Ranelagh Clubhouse Price £8 per person - includes BBQ, beer and wine (while stocks last) Looking forward to seeing you!!! R.S.V.P. - Please contact Michele Gibson: Email:- firstname.lastname@example.org Mobile:- 07703 518956 Payment details :- Tuesday training evening - find either Ewa Soltys or Michele Gibson or Andy Hayward BACS Payments - Ranelagh Harriers Sort Code 401310 Account 12154501 Reference= Club BBQ and your NAME Cash:- Payable at the door on the day RANELAGH ROAD GRAND PRIX Leading scores after five events: (Open) Ted Mockett 46, Nick Impey 45, Carl Selya-Hammer 24, Jonathan Smith 21, Mick Lane 18, Trevor Maguire 17, Seiko Angelo 16, Suzy Whatmough 15, Richard Gregory 12, Jake Waldron 12 (Men over 40) Stewart Anderson 13, Kris Davidson 11, Richard Gurd 10, Michael Everard 9, Duncan Mallison 7, Nick Wright 6, Jonathan Moore 6, Steve Whitehead 6 (Men Over 50) Mick Lane 22, Seiko Angelo 12, Trevor Maguire 11, Stephen Logue 11, Bill Neely 8, Simon Hedger 8, Michael Osborne 5, Paul Doyle 5 (Women) Suzy Whatmough 22, Wiebke Kortum 13, Laura Blazey 12, Marie Synnott-Wels 8, Fiona Ford 6, Rachel Revett 5, Alice Forbes 5 (Women Over 40) Wiebke Kortum 18, Rachel Revett 11, Fiona Ford 6, Lara Werrett 5, Fiona Pugh 4, Karen Weir 4, Ann Kearey 3 (Women Over 50) Marie Synnott-Wells 12, Katrina Roche 10, Sally Bamford 9, Ally Pickard 6, Lorna Smith 5, Bronwen Northmore 5, Annemarie Goodridge 4 Full scoreboard and race details are here:. Next race is the Richmond 10k on Sunday 18th June. SURREY ROAD LEAGUE After the first three League events - The Richmond Half Marathon, the Sutton 10km and the Dorking 10m - our women's team are in top spot in the League with 101 points, 4 points clear of The Stragglers and London City AC. The men are in second place with 101 points, 3 behind Reigate Priory AC. In the individual competitions Suzy Whatmough sits in second place in the Senior Women category and Nick Impey is third in the Senior Men. Full scoreboard:. ELMORE 7 miles Saturday 15th July Full scoreboard: This will be the next Ranelagh GP and Surrey Road League event. It's a Saturday afternoon race on quiet country roads, starting at 2pm and incorporated with the Chipstead Flower Show. There is an entry limit of 400, of which over 150 have already been taken, including 18 from Ranelagh, so enter early to avoid disappointment. Details and entries: (page down). ELMBRIDGE 10km Sunday 23rd July Following the Elmore 7 in the GP and League is the Elmbridge 10km at 9am at Walton on 23rd July. NOTE AT THE TIME OF WRITING ONLY 66 PLACES ARE LEFT BEFORE THE ENTRY LIMIT OF 730 IS REACHED. There are 34 Ranelagh entries so far. Details and entry:. WEDDING DAY 7km Friday 28th July in Bushy Park 7.30pm start. This race is in our GP but is not a League event. Nevertheless it is always one of the most popular events in the summer calendar and 37 Ranelagh are amongst the 345 already entered. Once again, don't leave it too late if you wish to enter. Details and entry:. WIMBLEDON COMMON TRAIL SERIES Andy Bickerstaff writes: "This is the 4th year your ever stressed Ranelagh Chief Race Organiser is holding the trail series of races on Wednesday evenings on Wimbledon Common. The first two races have already taken place and as predicted they looked like a mob match between Clapham and Fulham. it would be good to see a few more of my own club keeping their cross country skills alive over this summer and giving those clubs a race. Enter here: for the final 8 miles race on July 5th. As ever a free bar is provided after the race for anyone who can help me out on the evenings - please get in touch email@example.com ." RANELAGH JUNIORS The joint Stragglers/Ranelagh junior handicap series began on Thursday 27th April. There are six events altogether, three of which have already taken place. The next is on Thursday 22nd June at the Hawker Centre in Ham. Registration is from 7pm for a 7.30pm start. Full details:. HARRY HAWKES 10 miles Sunday 16th July at Thames Ditton. This is the day after the Elmore 7 miles, which is one of our Grand Prix races. However, for anyone interested we are being offered a £3 discount on the entry fee. Details: and enter the discount code CLUB£3. RIVER THAMES HALF MARATHON Sunday 29th October Race Director Roy Reeder writes: "Now in its fourth year, this has become a popular local half marathon. I'm offering Ranelagh Harriers a £5 discount off the entry price until 31 August. To claim the discount, enter the code 'RANHAR' at the Sport Systems store. Details:. THURSDAY NIGHT TRACK TRAINING AT OSTERLEY The club is continuing to subsidise track sessions on Thursday evenings at the Osterley track. All groups and all abilities are welcome. The sessions are every Thursday 7.30-8.30pm. Link to the map is here:. FACEBOOK Follow Ranelagh on Facebook. WHAT'S COMING ************* More details of the following from the men's Captains ( e-mail Phil or Trevor ) firstname.lastname@example.org or the women's Captain / Team Manager ( e-mail Becky or Phil email@example.com ) Sunday 18th June Ranelagh Richmond 10km. See above. Thursday 22nd June Stragglers / Ranelagh Junior Handicap Series race 3. 7.30pm start (register from 7pm) at the Ranelagh clubhouse. See above for details. Saturday 24th June Mini mob match v The Stragglers at the Bushy Park parkrun. All needed! Saturday 15th July Elmore 7 miles. 2pm start. Next GP and League event - see above. Sunday 23rd July Elmbridge 10km. 9am start. GP and League event - see above. Friday 28th July Wedding Day 7km. GP event - see above. 5km parkruns every Saturday at 9am and 2km junior parkruns weekly or monthly on Sundays. Venues, more details and registration at www.parkrun.com or www.parkrun.org.uk/events/juniorevents/. WHAT'S HAPPENED *************** DORKING 10 miles Sunday 4th June There was only ever going to be one winner today. Belgrave's Phil Wicks was 100 metres clear after the first mile and simply ploughed on at a relentless pace. The Dorking course boasts a tough last couple of miles but as Wicks strode into the field at the end he looked for all the world like he was enjoying a Sunday morning training spin. He had over three and a half minutes in hand. As ever with the Dorking 10 it was a warm sunny day, though with a cooling wind on the more exposed sections of the course. As Wicks disappeared into the distance a small group formed to contest the minor placings and amongst them was Jake Waldron, running in Ranelagh colours on this occasion. Jake broke clear after half way but was being closed down again in the closing stages by Epsom's Ollie Garrod. There was only five seconds in it at the end, but Jake it was who held on for second place and the Surrey county championship silver medal. Phil Killingley made a cautious start then moved through the field before losing a few places in the closing stages. One of those who passed Phil was the in-form Nick Impey whose 56.31 in 9th place was a PB. Phil came home 15th and he, Jake, Nick and Ted Mockett finished second team in the open race. The county championship is only three to score so all but Ted won team silvers. Ted and Ian Kenton were inside 59 minutes, with Seiko Angelo (an age-graded PB), Jonathan Smith and Steve Whitehead all within a minute of the hour barrier. Seiko was beaten into second place in the Over 50 category by a matter of a few seconds and added to our county silver tally. We had five more men home inside 70 minutes before our leading woman Suzy Whatmough who recorded 71.48. Marie Synnott-Wells and Wiebke Kortum followed, while also inside 80 minutes was Julia Bailey. Suzy, Marie and Wiebke won bronze medals in the county team championship. STRAGGLERS / RANELAGH JUNIOR HANDICAP SERIES RACE 2 Thursday 18th May in Richmond Park Ranelagh were the team winners in the first event in this series of six, but this time they couldn't hold off the challenge of the title holders the Flaming Penguins. James Ricketts was the first Ranelagh finisher in third place but as he was a first-timer he did not score highly. Alfie Lafeuille was our best scorer as 2nd boy in 7th place overall. Unfortunately fast times count for nowt in this event, so although Ranelagh's Tom Armstrong and Harriet Wiltshire set the two fastest times of the day they were well down in the handicap. Tom's 7.08 was more than a minute up on the second fastest boy while Harriet's 8.03 beat all the boys bar Tom, let alone the girls! We had thirteen runners, as ever with a large contingent from the Rushby family. 1 A Oldfield (unatt) 14.47 (actual time 9.47 - first timer) 2 J Norman (Coombe Hill) 16.58 (10.58 - 1st Boy) 3 James Ricketts (Ranelagh) 17.08 (12.08 - first timer) 5 Z Rosen (F Penguins) 18.49 (12.19 - 1st Gal) 7 Alfie Lafeuille (Rane) 19.07 (9.07 - 2nd Boy) 28 Oliver Beal 19.57 (8.57) 30 Ben Rushby 19.59 (10.29) 33 Harriet Wiltshire 20.03 (8.03) 34 Nathaniel Bond 20.04 (9.04) 36 Sam Rushby 20.07 (8.37) 37 Tom Armstrong 20.08 (7.08) 42 James Rushby 20.19 (8.49) 43 Daniel Rushby 20.27 (8.27) 44 Angus O'Brien 20.29 (11.29) 46 Matthew Beal 20.32 (8.32) 55 Luke Maguire 22.41 (10.11) Teams 1 Flaming Penguins 47 (total 76) 2 Ranelagh Harriers 23 (55) 3 Coombe Hill School 15 (18) 4 The Stragglers 8 (17) 5 Sheen Shufflers 5 (17) 11 teams represented Minis 1 J Goulding (unatt) 2.48 3 Remy Lafeuille (Rane) 3.18 4 Cian O'Brien 4.52 VITALITY LONDON 10km Monday 29th May Report and individual results were in the last e-news. UK Championship team results have the Ranelagh women finishing 10th and the men 37th. SURREY COUNTY MASTERS TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS Sunday 4th June at Ewell Court Vaughan Ramsay scored a hat-trick of medals. Competing in the M40 category he won the triple jump and high jump (11.32m and 1.40m respectively) and placed second in the long jump (4.97). LONDON TO CARDIFF 24 HOURS RELAY Friday 9th June - Saturday 10th June Jonathan Smith reports: "The London to Cardiff 24 Hour relay race may not be top of everyone's bucket list, and indeed many of you may never have heard of it. The race, now in its 7th year, sees teams of between 8 and 12 runners attempt to run from London to Cardiff in under 24 hours through a combination of individual and team relay stages. Ranelagh's very own boy band look-a-like, Rich Kimber, had previously entered the event several times and this year decided to see if he could enlist some of his teammates from the Ranelagh Advanced Group. To add incentive Rich pointed out that not only was the event winnable, there was also a reasonable chance of breaking the course record, which stood at 19 hours and 51 minutes and was supposedly held by a team of GB university triathletes. Whilst the event seemingly didn't hold much appeal for the true Ranelagh elites who churn out race wins for fun, a reliable core of self-described 'B team' runners inevitably saw this as an opportunity to engage in a bit of good old fashioned pot-collecting. And so the Ranelagh Regulars team was born. With only 8 members making for a team which was light on numbers, a 9th was added in the form of Beckenham RC runner Ross Brown to help spread the workload. The race kicked off on Friday evening with glorious sunshine in the grounds of Kneller Hall in Twickenham. Such was the disparity in expected finish times, the first team had already departed at 1pm, with the Ranelagh Regulars setting off last, some six hours and 41 teams later. With dramatic X-factor style music geeing up a crowd of about two people and a dog, the race director took us to one side: 'Gents, just so you know, we think you can go for the record.' Naturally we did our best to look surprised. But whilst the organisers seemed confident, there were plenty of reasons for caution. For starters this race was going to involve a lot of navigation, and much of it in the dark. And whilst Ranelagh's very own anti-compass, Nick Impey, had been left at home, the Green Belt Relay had already highlighted that half the team were 'navigationally challenged'. On top of that the team were heavily reliant on traffic, and it was also difficult to see how we were going to catch up with the first team off who, by this point, were as far away as Henley on Thames. To monitor the team's progress the runner had to carry a GPS tracker at all times, and use this to generate a code at every checkpoint. After a pretty rubbish dummy run, we were off. The first team stage was an arduous 0.2 mile leg around a field, complicated by Nick Twomey being absolutely terrified of the spectating dog. The first individual leg was then taken on by Jonathan Smith, who ran from Twickenham to Brentford via Twickenham Bridge and the towpath. In fact so familiar was this first leg that he had been threatened with death by several team members if he managed to mess it up. Thankfully he didn't. James Whistler took the baton on Stage 2 to Southall, followed by Rick Jenner and then Rich who got the team to Slough and then Taplow. By this point we had already started to catch and overtake teams ahead of us, although our tracker had already stopped working and put us much further back in the field. With the teams split into two groups to allow everyone to get a couple of hours sleep at various points, Rick, Jonathan and James headed to the halfway team stage to get some rest, whilst Rich handed over to Nick, who along with Mark Herbert, Dave Lawley, Mike Morris, Ross (and Rich again) guided the team through Peppard, Goring and along the Ridgeway. Around 3am the team reached the half-way point, Nick powering into the finish just as dawn started to break. This led straight into the second team stage, which was meant to be a 1.9 mile jaunt around Coate Water Park. It was during this run that the team found itself gaining in confidence as it breezed past rival runners. That confidence was to be misplaced however, as a wrong turn resulted in us veering away from the route and almost hitting the M4 before the error was realised. Nick was furious. But there was no time for recriminations. The mini-bus headed on to let the later runners get some rest. In the meantime Jonathan took the team to Swindon, Rich (now into his third leg) carried on to Royal Wooton Bassett and James pounded into the beautiful town of Malmesbury. And on and on it went. Dave taking on a nine miler to Didmarton, Ross setting an incredible time for a 12.4 miler to Thornbury, and Mark navigating several cows to get us to the Severn estuary. With James having the unusual pleasure of running over the Severn Bridge at around 8am in the morning, the team finally made it into Wales and had the finish line in their sights. By this point they were 4th (helped by one team taking an unfortunate detour towards Chester and with the leading team just 15 minutes down the road). Rick powered past a couple more teams on Stage 19 to Caldicot Castle, and by the time Jonathan hit the Magor finish line on Stage 20 the leaders had seemingly gone off course, putting us into the lead on the road as well as on the timesheets. It was at this point that the Race Director's suggestion that we go for a course record started to come back to bite him. As he struggled to stay ahead of us and set up the new checkpoints, Nick finished Stage 21 in Newport only minutes after he had got there. But there was still time for things to go wrong. Mike successfully navigated a tricky Stage 22 to St Mellons and handed over to Mark who, having taken on the Transylvania 50k only a couple of weeks before, was understandably starting to feel it in the legs. Step forward team captain Rich to accompany him on the Stage to Tremorfa and take on his 4th of the day. The two powered each other on and handed over to Rick to bring the team into Cardiff. With the final individual stage being only 3 miles, it was now a race against time to get to the finish in Sophia Gardens before Rick did. This was duly achieved, only to find that again we had caught the organisers napping, with the inflatable finish line barely erected and the final checkpoint nowhere in sight. Again with minutes to spare both were in place. Rick duly arrived, the team set off on their final 0.2 mile team stage victory lap, and crossed the finish line to the roaring cheers of approximately 4 spectators (thankfully the numbers swelled as more and more teams came in). The result spoke for itself. The team was the fastest on paper in a time of 18 hours 46 minutes, beat the next team by over 2 hours, overtook every other team out on course, and smashed the previous course record by an hour and five minutes. With the sun even briefly coming out, the only thing that remained was to sit down with several well earned beers and watch the other teams arrive, before being presented with the winning shield. Although a night of celebration had been planned, a combination of sleep deprivation, lack of proper food and rehydrating from around 1pm solely through alcohol, meant that everyone was pretty much in bed by 10pm. For those who fancy taking on the challenge next year the website can be found here:." 1 Ranelagh Regulars 18:46.06 2 Cheers Keith 20:58.10 3 Loose Dogs 21:48.31 42 teams finished. BLOODWISE BLENHEIM PALACE TRIATHLON Saturday 3rd June A number of Ranelagh members - mostly juniors - took part, competing in the colours of Optima Tri club. In the Elite race Jess Wenlock finished 2nd in the 17-19 age group, while in the Youth Super Sprint Freya Thomson was 3rd Under 17. Elite (0.75km swim, 19.8km bike, 5.4km run) 1 G Benson 58.26 ( 9.11 / 2.20 / 28.30 / 1.10 / 17.18) 17 Archie St Aubyn 61.05 ( 9.37 / 2.23 / 28.24 / 1.18 / 19.26) 51 Jess Wenlock 74.41 (11.11 / 2.46 / 35.32 / 1.32 / 23.32) Youth Super Sprint (0.4km swim, 13.2km bike, 2.9km run) 1 M Willis 38.30 (5.06 / 2.23 / 20.49 / 0.55 / 9.19) 10 Greg Atkins 39.59 (5.18 / 2.38 / 20.42 / 0.59 / 10.24) 24 Reef Boericke 41.28 (5.33 / 2.43 / 21.10 / 1.01 / 11.03) 26 Jacob Patterson 41.34 (5.24 / 2.47 / 21.19 / 1.00 / 11.06) 37 E Wallace 42.56 (5.24 / 2.35 / 23.14 / 0.59 / 10.46) (1st female) 44 Freya Thomson 43.46 (5.23 / 2.43 / 23.42 / 1.00 / 10.59) 48 Izzy Atkins 44.21 (5.52 / 2.47 / 23.13 / 1.02 / 11.29) 57 Alice Patterson 45.07 (5.22 / 2.56 / 23.30 / 1,00 / 12.22) 68 Jenny Silva 46.46 (5.44 / 2.54 / 24.29 / 1.09 / 12.33) SRI CHINMOY RAPID RABBIT 5km Monday 5th June in Battersea Park 1 J Poole (Serp) 15.05 137 Pete Warren 27.04 (1st over 70) WIMBEDON COMMON TRAIL RACE 2 5 miles Wednesday 7th June Once again it was a Clapham v Fulham match, though Marie Synnott-Wells and Wiebke Kortum got onto the roll of honour again as the first two over 45s. The third and last race in the series will be an 8-miler be on Wednesday 5th July. See above for details. 1 T Grimes (E London) 27.38 23 R Penfold (Fulham) 31.33 (1st woman) 32 Patrick Butlin 32.40 60 Ben Shore 35.06 76 Marie Synnott-Wells 36.21 84 Wiebke Kortum 37.11 141 John Ricketts 41.00 169 Mike White 43.40 MAN v HORSE 22 miles Saturday 10th June at Llanwrtyd Wells Amrut Sharma reports: "The idea for the Man v Horse annual race was born from a bet in the back room of the Neaudd Arms in 1980 after an argument over whether a man could ever beat a horse in a long-distance race. In 37 years of the Whole Earth Man v Horse race, only two runners have ever emerged victorious - Huw Lobb in 2004 and Florian Holginger in 2007. This year's entry had about 600 runners (including a relay team from Ranelagh Harriers of Amrut, Deepa & Claire ) competing against 60 horses. Unfortunately, on the race day Deepa was on a work visit to Zambia and Claire also pulled out leaving me with three race numbers and three coupons for the pasta party - arranged for the runners at Neaudd Arms before the race day. I made full use of all the three coupons which apparently meant I had to complete the whole race by myself ! Luckily, the next morning , organisers managed to find another relay team with a missing runner and we formed a new team and completed the 22 miles in a time of 4 hours and 26 minutes. I did the first leg of approx. 8 miles and found the course conditions extremely hilly, muddy and windy. The only small consolation was that by the time I finished, I found a couple of horses behind me (probably tail running horses?) although most of them had already overtaken me in the first mile. Horse Rheidol Petra, ridden by Iola Evans, won the event in two hours and 30 minutes. The first runner, Owen Beilby, finished the course 27 minutes later." SECOND SUNDAY OF THE MONTH 5 miles Sunday 11th June on Wimbledon Common 1 S Brown (CC) 30.37 10 A Riddell-Webster (Ful) 35.10 (1st woman) 33 Stephen Aikin 40.47 50 Carol Aikin 45.12 NICE WORK RICHMOND PARK 10km Sunday 11th June 1 R Seymour (unatt) 38.27 7 H Manning (Clap) 41.45 (1st woman) 4 Matthew Roberts 40.25 16 Matt Sowton 48.24 SRI CHINMOY SPEEDY STEEDS 5km Monday 12th June in Battersea Park 1 A Greenleaf (Serp) 15.11 107 Ian Keith 23.20 parkrun results... For those of you who are not currently shown as Ranelagh in the parkrun database, it would be very helpful if you could update your details. You can also access Ranelagh results here:. parkruns 5km Saturday 3rd June Bushy Park James WHISTLER 21:05, Llewellyn DAVIES 21:53, Finlay SINCLAIR (jnr) 24:04, Ian GRANGE 24:11, Jackie DUNKLEY 30:15, Teresa SEGOVIA 30:53, Toby COOPER 33:57, Duncan BELL 34:43, Wally GARROD 39:28 Richmond Park Tom BRADLEY (jnr) 18:38, Paul NOEL 20:08, James RITCHIE 20:17, Laura BLAZEY 20:20, Alberto ESGUEVILLAS 21:27, Gary LEE 22:33, Jess HARBERT (jnr) 22:48, Stephen AIKIN 22:54, Amrut SHARMA 23:10, Ellie LUXMOORE (jnr) 23:21, Cecily DAY (jnr) 24:26, Sally YAU 24:53, Margie MARSHALL 25:19, Andrew BROWN 25:23, Karen HARBERT 25:26, Carol AIKIN 25:46, Joanne SINTON-HEWITT 26:01, Alison DICKS 26:01, Clare DAY (jnr) 26:37, Gavin HILLHOUSE 26:53, Jarryd HILLHOUSE 27:27, Ian HARRISON 27:33, Michael SIKORA 28:11, Karolina KAFADAR 31:33, Rob KITCHEN 32:25, Robert HILLHOUSE 37:23, Martin CLARK 41:13, Phil AIKEN 43:22, Beverley ALI 45:10, Pat HEWLETT 45:16 Old Deer Park Jonathan MOORE 19:34, Grace MUNRO (jnr) 23:50, Kris DAVIDSON 26:17, Deborah BLAKEMORE 33:50, Henry MAGUIRE 41:21, Colin BRETT 45:45 Kingston Nathaniel BOND (jnr) 23:17, Chris CATO 23:18, Chris CAMACHO 23:57, Kirsty NOBLE 24:00, Hannah DOYLE 25:07, Fiona PUGH 27:00, Heather MARTINGELL 27:01, Aoife KILPATRICK 27:09 Plymvalley Chris WRIGHT 24:49 Gloucester North John ATKINSON 20:18 Poole Kevin JACQUES 23:24 Graves Peter WEIR 21:32, Karen WEIR 24:47 Tilgate Duncan Mallison 18:54 Crane Park David Lawley was the second finisher. David LAWLEY 18:11, Daniel LITTLE 19:23, Eric PLUE 20:23, Mark HERBERT 21:02, Richard GURD 21:36, Philip ROBERTS 22:22, Rebecca NORTHMORE 22:38, Daniel CHIECHI 24:02, Claire WARNER 24:52, Ellen VAN KEULEN 25:23, Ted MOCKETT 25:24, Michelle BEAUMONT 27:40, Prelini CHIECHI 28:13, Victoria ORME 29:40, Tamsin BURLAND 29:44, Christine DAVID 30:35, Nigel COOMBES 31:28, Tracey SMALL 32:11, Leeanne BRYCE 32:34, Jane CRAIGIE-PAYNE 32:34, Melanie DAVISON 32:35, Michael WHITE 32:38, Hilary THOMSON 33:08, Louise WAPSHOTT 33:29,Cindy CROUCHER 35:22 Dougnes, Cubnezais, France The Kearey clan finished 2nd, 3rd and 4th! Kevin KEAREY 21:24, Ann KEAREY 23:52, Josie KEAREY 25:03 Sheringham Colette DORAN 32:45 Deep Run, USA This was the inaugural run of the Deep Run parkrun in Richmond, Virginia. Paul SINTON-HEWITT 20:13 Preston Park, Brighton John PRATT 27:54 Fulham Palace Tomas STERNER 32:13 Parke Mike PEACE 25:02 Rushmoor Nick Twomey placed third. Nick TWOMEY 17:25 Barclay Dawn BATES 31:00 Junior parkruns 2km Sunday 4th June Bushy Park Harriet WILTSHIRE 7:58, Finlay SINCLAIR 8:04, Eilidh SINCLAIR 9:25, Rose WILTSHIRE 9:43, Isla SINCLAIR 11:13 Savill Garden James RICKETTS 12:12, Connor SCALLY 18:19, Aaron SCALLY 19:13 parkruns 5km Saturday 10th June Bushy Park Jonny BROOK (jnr) 18:24, Nick WRIGHT 18:37, Andrew FORTH 19:34, Chris BROOK 21:40, Philip ANDREWS 22:57, Jarryd HILLHOUSE 23:47, Ashleigh FERRIS 27:36, Rob KITCHEN 28:15, Linda HONEY 30:41, Robert HILLHOUSE 36:16, John HANSCOMB 53:10 Banstead Woods Christopher PARSONS 24:25 Richmond Park Jordan Mungovan and Elisa Ferrua were the top male and female finishers. Jordan MUNGOVAN 17:33, Tom BRADLEY (jnr) 19:02, James RITCHIE 20:38, Gary LEE 22:07, Elisa FERRUA 22:53, Matt SOWTON 22:55, Wiebke KORTUM 22:56, Jess HARBERT (jnr) 23:28, James RUSHBY(jnr) 24:21, Cecily DAY (jnr) 24:31, Ian KEITH 24:45, Margie MARSHALL 24:48, Daniel RUSHBY (jnr) 25:01, Hadi KHATAMIZADEH 25:15, Ellie LUXMOORE (jnr) 25:22, Sam RUSHBY (jnr) 25:22, Charlotte HYDE 25:52, Alastair RITCHIE 25:59, Ally PICKARD 26:09, Maia RUSHBY 26:23, Aoife KILPATRICK 26:29, Clare DAY 26:54, Michael BEVERLY 27:11, John HOBSON 27:16, Ian HARRISON 27:34, Michael SIKORA 28:17, Ben RUSHBY (jnr) 29:31, Phil RUSHBY 29:34, Bronwen NORTHMORE 32:49, Penny MERRETT 35:43, Martin CLARK 42:54, Pat HEWLETT 44:33 Basingstoke James MCLAUCLAN (jnr) 24:31 Bedfont Lakes Colette DORAN 28:42 Hackney Marshes Carl Selya-Hammer was third in. Carl SELYA-HAMMER 16:56 Old Deer Park Jonathan MOORE 19:11, Allan WHATMOUGH 19:27, Kris DAVIDSON 20:03, Grace MUNRO (jnr) 24:26, Luke MAGUIRE (jnr) 26:13, Katie WALTON 35:37, Deborah BLAKEMORE 36:11, Henry MAGUIRE 43:49 Kingston Kirsty NOBLE 23:26, Chris CAMACHO 23:40, Fiona PUGH 27:41, Tom REAY 39:08 Torbay Velopark Tomas STERNER 30:31 Bedford Peter FORDHAM 27:24 Millom Andrew BROWN 25:59 Crane Park Richard GURD 19:59, Rebecca NORTHMORE 23:25, Kevin KEAREY 23:47, Ann KEAREY 23:48, Anna REICHWALD 24:27, Claire WARNER 24:38, Heather MARTINGELL 24:45, Josie KEAREY(jnr) 25:04, Tamsin BURLAND 25:54, Jane CRAIGIE-PAYNE 29:13, Michelle BEAUMONT 29:22, Melanie DAVISON 29:23, Michael WHITE 29:24, Danni CROUCHER 31:53, Tracey SMALL 32:32, Tanya ALLEN 35:49, Cindy CROUCHER 36:41, Clare HULACKI 37:59 Newent, Forest of Dean John ATKINSON 20:31 Osterley Park Michael OSBORNE 24:44 Shrewsbury Christine DAVID 29:26 Fulham Palace Melissa GLACKIN 26:57, Pete WARREN 27:15 Reigate Priory Duncan MALLISON 20:13 Woking Wyn WILLIAMS 29:50 Exeter Riverside Jake Waldron and Julia Bailey were the first male and female finishers. Jake WALDRON 16:03, Julia BAILEY 21:26 Barclay Dawn BATES 30:22 Swansea Bay Nick FORDHAM 21:36 Straford-upon-Avon Paul HODGES 21:46 Worthing Paul SINTON-HEWITT 19:28, Simon TAYLOR 23:54, Jo SINTON-HEWITT 26:35 Junior parkruns 2km Sunday 11th June Moormead Ewan LORIMER 8:52, Campbell MCLAREN 10:01, Ciara MCLAREN 10:02, Piper LAWLER 14:16 FINALLY... There's no definitive list of all the men who have run a mile in sub-4 minutes, but the figure is believed to have reached 1,500 at least. Would Sir Roger Bannister have been surprised at this? Probably not, but he might have raised an eyebrow at one of the recent additions to the list, Norwegian Jakob Ingebrigtsen. Competing in the mile race in the Prefontaine Classic meeting in Eugene, Oregon, Jakob recorded 3:58.07...at the age of 16!