*************************************************** RANELAGH HARRIERS E-NEWS # 505 14th July 2017 Editor: Steve Rowland mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org *************************************************** HEADLINE NEWS ************* * James Whistler wins the Coad Cup * Fastest times by Dave Lawley and Becky Curtis-Hall * Ralph Street represents Britain in the World Orienteering Championships * Ranelagh juniors place second again in the Stragglers / Ranelagh handicap series * Ladies beginners course completes * Next GP and League race: Elmore 7 miles this Saturday afternoon. Entries on the day accepted * Elmbridge 10km and Wedding Day 7km coming up later this month * AGM report * Subscriptions for 2017/18 are now overdue ATTENTION PLEASE **************** ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING The club's AGM took place with the minimum of fuss in the clubhouse on Tuesday 4th July Thanks go to those who attended and especially to Carol Barnshaw for providing refreshments. Wyn Williams presented his Secretary's report which described a very successful year for the club, and David Rowntree presented his last Treasurer's report which confirmed that we are in a healthy financial state. This is due in no small measure to the great work David has put in over the past 27 years, for which we offer our profound thanks. David is standing down this year, and his former Assistant Treasurer Chris Read is taking his place, aided as assistants by Deepa Sharma and John Herriott. Michael Morris took on the job of Press Officer and most other officers remained unchanged. However, a serious problem which must be addressed urgently is that we have several blank spaces in the list of officers where incumbents have decided not to continue in their posts. These jobs include helping to organise our races, both road and cross-country, clubhouse maintenance, secretarial assistance, kit steward and trophies steward. An email will be sent out shortly giving more details of these jobs, but in the meantime if you think you can help the club in any way please don't hesitate to get in touch. 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 NOW OVERDUE! ...for 2017-18 are now overdue. England Athletics' deadline was 30th June, all unpaid after that date will be considered unregistered. 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 ROAD GRAND PRIX Leading scores after six events: (Open) Nick Impey 56, Ted Mockett 54, Carl Selya-Hammer 34, Jake Waldron 24, Jonathan Smith 21, Mick Lane 20, Trevor Maguire 17, Ian Kenton 17, James Winch 17, Seiko Angelo 16, Suzy Whatmough 15, David Ready 14 (Men over 40) Stewart Anderson 14, Michael Everard 12, Steve Whitehead 12, Duncan Mallison 12, Kris Davidson 11, Richard Gurd 11, Michael Everard 9, Jonathan Moore 8, Nick Wright 7, Michael Morris 7 (Men Over 50) Mick Lane 27, Seiko Angelo 12, Simon Hedger 12, Stephen Logue 12, Trevor Maguire 11, Martin Halvey 10, Bill Neely 8, Michael Osborne 5, Paul Doyle 5, Alan Meaden 5, Ian Keith 5 (Women) Suzy Whatmough 22, Laura Blazey 18, Wiebke Kortum 13, Marie Synnott-Wells 12, Fiona Ford 6, Rachel Revett 6, Elisa Ferrua 6, Adrienne Baddeley 5, Alice Forbes 5, Becky Northmore 5 (Women Over 40) Wiebke Kortum 18, Rachel Revett 12, Ann Kearey 7, Fiona Ford 6, Niamh Holt 6, Lara Werrett 5, Fiona Pugh 4, Karen Weir 4, Sally Yau 3 (Women Over 50) Marie Synnott-Wells 18, Katrina Roche 10, Sally Bamford 9, Lorna Smith 8, Ally Pickard 6, Bronwen Northmore 6, Annemarie Goodridge 4 Full scoreboard and race details are here:. Next race is the Elmore 7 miles on Saturday 15th July. SURREY ROAD LEAGUE After the first four League events - up to the Richmond 10k - our women's team remains in top spot in the League with 134 points, 8 points clear of London City AC on 126. The men are in second place with 136 points, 2 behind Reigate Priory AC. In the individual competitions Laura Blazey has moved up to 3rd place in the Senior Women category, pushing Suzy Whatmough down to 4th. Nick Impey is now 2nd in the Senior Men with Ted Mockett 4th. Full scoreboard:. ELMORE 7 miles Saturday 15th July This will be the next Ranelagh GP and Surrey Road League event. It's on this Saturday afternoon on quiet country roads, starting at 2pm and incorporated with the Chipstead Flower Show. There are 27 Ranelagh so far amongst the 300+ entered, but entries will be accepted on the day up to their limit of 400. Details: (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. UNFORTUNATELY THE ENTRY LIMIT OF 730 HAS ALREADY BEEN REACHED. There are 40 Ranelagh entries. Details:. 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 66 Ranelagh are amongst the almost 600 already entered. The entry limit may well be reached, so don't leave it too late if you wish to enter. Details and Entry:. It's also "Next Job for the Mob" as we are the holders of the Father Onn Trophy for the club with the highest number of runners (bar organisers The Stragglers). PERSEVERANCE WIMBLEDON DASH 5km Sunday 13th August at Wimbledon Park. 9.30am start. This is the final race in both the Ranelagh Grand Prix and the Surrey Road League. There is an entry limit of 250. Only 56 names are in so far, including 10 Ranelagh. Note juniors aged 11 and over are welcome, with a half-price entry fee of £5. Details and entry:. RANELAGH JUNIORS There is one race left in the joint Stragglers/Ranelagh junior handicap series. This on Thursday 31st August at the Hawker Centre in Ham. Registration is from 7pm for a 7.30pm start. Full details:. LONDON DUATHLON and 10k Rick Jenner writes: "The Descente London Duathlon, the world's biggest, takes place in Richmond Park Sunday 17 September 2017. There's a challenge for everyone - Half Duathlon (5k run, 22k bike, 5k run), Duathlon (10k,44k,5k) and Ultra Duathlon (20k,77k,10k). Entry includes a Descente race jersey. Descente RUN10 is a 10k sharing the beautiful closed roads of Richmond Park with the world's biggest duathlon on Sunday 17 September 2017. Entry includes a Descente running T-shirt. There is £10 off any duathlon challenge with code RANELAGH10 and £5 off RUN10 with code RANELAGH5." 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. here:. 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 ) 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. Sunday 13th August Perseverance Wimbledon Dash 5km. 9.30am start. GP and League 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 *************** COAD CUP SUMMER 5 MILES HANDICAP Tuesday 11th July in Richmond Park OK, so all our gardens needed some rain. But was it really necessary, after weeks of fine weather, for the heavens to open for our summer handicap? The weather pundits promised us heavy rain from early afternoon until well into the night, and they were not wrong. Conditions were probably quite pleasant for running, but certainly less so for marshals and officials. The first task was to get everyone registered and handicapped. With a total of 76 putting their names down this was a time-consuming task and the scheduled start time of 7.15pm - always optimistic - was soon passed. We finally got the race underway at about 7.35pm, so apologies for the delay. Three or four were unable to wait and headed off, but the rest were set on their way at roughly the time appointed by Angus the Handicapper. Unfortunately two or three subsequently lost their way and made an early return to base and a couple more dropped out for other reasons, leaving 68 to cross the line. This is where the real problems started. The drenching rain had soon begun to turn numbers into papier maché. A few runners managed to keep them in one piece, others took them off before they quite disintegrated and others memorised their numbers and were able to relate them to the recorders at the finish. But for others the recorders were reduced to asking for names as runners crossed the line. Inevitably this led to discrepancies in the results. Poor Ken Powley has cobbled together a result as best he could, but if anyone spots any errors please let us know. Fortunately there was no doubt about the first three finishers. As the race set off, the pundits went back into action and the general consensus was that James Whistler had been smiled upon from on high (by Angus, that is). And just like the weather men they were proved right. Ellie Lawley led for much of the way before being overtaken by Sally Bamford but James had them both in his sights. He swept past them around the back of Sidmouth Wood and ran on to victory by over half a minute. Sally and Ellie hung on to the minor places, narrowly thwarting a finishing drive by Kevin Knowles. There was a bit of a gap then before Rob Curtis led in the main bunch. Well up in 7th place was Dave Lawley who set the day's fastest time of 29.47. There were only seconds separating the top four, with Richard Kimber recording 29.53, Allan Whatmough 29.56 and winner James Whistler on 30 minutes dead. Fastest woman was Becky Curtis-Hall on 33.51, followed by Fanny Vein on 34.12 and Rebecca Northmore on 37.04. H'cap H'cap Actual Speed Time Allow Time Order 1 James Whistler 20.20 9.40 30.00 4 2 Sally Bamford (L) 20.51 23.20 44.11 46 3 Ellie Lawley (L) 21.20 29.10 50.30 58 4 Kevin Knowles 21.32 15.10 36.42 25 5 Rob Curtis 22.56 15.20 38.16 32 6 Alberto Esguevillas 23.04 13.00 36.04 22 7 Dave Lawley 23.07 6.40 29.47 1 8 Paul Sinton-Hewitt 23.32 9.30 33.02 15 9 Allan Whatmough 23.36 6.20 29.56 3 Neil Rae (G) 24.03 8.00 32.03 9 10 Rick Jenner 24.39 7.40 32.19 12 11 Richard Kimber 24.43 5.10 29.53 2 12 Gordon Whitson 24.49 12.00 36.49 26 13 Jonathan Moore 24.52 6.30 31.22 7 14 James Ritchie 24.54 9.40 34.34 20 15 Corinne Bishop (L) 24.56 29.40 54.36 62 16 Bob Beatson 24.58 16.40 41.38 41 17 Carol Aikin (L) 25.00 18.40 43.40 45 18 Bronwen Northmore (L) 25.02 29.40 54.42 63 19 Louise Wapshott (L) 25.08 34.10 59.18 64 20 Anna Reichwald (L) 25.13 16.20 41.33 40 21 Michael White 25.15 18.20 43.35 44 22 Michael Osborne 25.20 14.10 39.30 35 23 James Rushby 25.27 15.30 40.57 38 24 David Ready 25.31 5.50 31.21 6 25 Becky Curtis-Hall (L) 25.38 8.20 33.58 16 26 Phil Roberts 25.41 12.30 38.11 31 Jonathan Martin (G) 25.55 10.20 36.15 23 27 Mark Herbert 25.56 4.50 30.46 5 28 Simon Taylor 26.07 16.10 42.17 42 Richard Pender (G) 26.12 11.40 37.52 30 29 Michael Everard 26.14 6.20 32.34 13 30 Rebecca Northmore (L) 26.23 10.50 37.13 28 31 Beverly Walsh (L) 26.25 39.10 65.35 67 32 Nick Wright 26.37 5.10 31.47 8 33 Duncan Brown 26.45 12.20 39.05 34 34 Penny Merrett (L) 26.49 27.00 53.49 61 35 Stewart Anderson 27.04 11.30 38.34 33 36 Andy Hayward 27.06 22.00 49.06 57 37 Bruce McLaren 27.32 7.00 34.32 19 Fanny Vein (L)(G) 27.33 6.40 34.13 17 Hadi Khatami Zadeh (G) 27.38 15.50 43.28 43 38 Wiebke Kortum (L) 27.40 9.30 37.10 27 Aoife Kilpatrick (L)(G) 27.46 18.10 45.56 51 Thomas Cameron (G) 28.03 6.20 34.23 18 Marcus Atkins (G) 28.05 8.10 36.15 23 39 Jackie Dunkley (L) 28.09 24.20 52.29 59 Jess Coulson (L)(G) 28.17 12.00 40.17 36 Emily Coulson (L)(G) 28.18 7.00 35.18 21 James Old (G) 28.26 9.10 37.36 29 40 Cathy Holman (L) 28.33 18.30 47.03 54 Clare Day (L)(G) 28.42 17.20 46.02 52 Karen Harbert (L)(G) 28.45 17.10 45.55 50 41 Jonathan Smith 28.46 3.20 32.06 10 Rebecca Ewen (L)(G) 28.59 11.20 40.19 37 42 Seiko Angelo 29.02 3.10 32.12 11 43 Paula Maguire (L) 29.29 19.10 48.39 56 Ed Perry (G) 29.32 3.20 32.52 14 Siobhan Sharp (L)(G) 29.44 17.30 47.14 55 44 Chris Camacho 29.47 15.00 44.47 47 45 Fiona Pugh (L) 29.53 15.20 45.13 49 46 Ian Grange 30.03 11.00 41.03 39 47 Wendy Fisher (L) 30.12 30.40 60.52 66 48 John Scally 30.14 16.40 46.54 53 49 Chris Read 31.29 13.40 45.09 48 50 Peter Fordham 32.55 19.50 52.45 60 Anne Childs (L)(G) 35.27 34.10 69.37 68 Jo Kinchlea (L)(G) 35.27 25.20 60.47 65 STRAGGLERS / RANELAGH JUNIOR HANDICAP SERIES RACE 4 Thursday 22nd June at the Hawker Centre. It was back to the Hawker Centre for the fourth race in the six-event series. Surprisingly, numbers fell away somewhat to 47, of whom ten were sporting the blue and amber. Points scoring was once again dominated by the Flaming Penguins team, despite Ranelagh again providing the fastest boy and girl. They scored 34 points to Ranelagh's 22, giving overall totals of 156 against 112. It's not an unassailable lead, but the Penguins would have to be odds on favourites to take the team victory at the end of the summer. Ranelagh's first finisher in 8th place was James Ricketts, a few seconds ahead of Sam Rushby and Matthew Beal. Matthew's actual time of 7.37 was third fastest on the day. The top two were Ranelagh's Ben Riedel and Harriet Wiltshire who raced each other round to finish 27th and 28th in the handicap, with actual times of 7.31 and 7.32 - both huge improvements on their previous best times. In the individual standings Alfie Lafeuille is in 3rd place and Nathaniel Bond is 5th. 1 O Woolner (F Penguins) 16.45 (actual time 11.15 - 1st gal) 2 H Woolner (F Penguins) 17.36 (11.36 - 1st boy) 8 James Ricketts (Ranelagh) 18.55 (11.25) 12 Sam Rushby 19.04 (8.04) 15 Matthew Beal 19.07 (7.37) 19 Ben Rushby 20.28 (10.58) 24 Nathaniel Bond 19.26 (8.26) 25 Alfie Lafeuille 19.28 (8.28) 27 Ben Riedel 19.31 (7.31 - fastest boy) 28 Harriet Wiltshire 19.32 (7.32 - fastest girl) 46 James Rushby 21.15 (9.45) 47 Oliver Beal 26.34 (15.34) Teams 1 Flaming Penguins 34 (total 156) 2 Ranelagh Harriers 22 (112) 3 Coombe Hill School 14 (49) 4 The Stragglers 13 (39) 5 Sheen Shufflers 7 (43) 11 teams represented Minis 1 L Hughes (unatt) 2.39 3 Remy Lafeuille (Rane) 2.54 OSTERLEY PARK 10k Saturday 17th June 1 J Suttle (QPH) 35.11 42 James Old 44.51 RICHMOND 10k Sunday 18th June We omitted to report the winner of the Whitlock-Welch Trophy for the best age-graded performance by a first claim member in our 10km. By just 0.01 of a percentage point the winner was Steve Whitehead on 79.54%, just ahead of Marie Synnott-Wells on 79.53%. Special mention for Jake Waldron who recorded 81.12% but as a second-claimer is not eligible for the trophy. LAST FRIDAY OF THE MONTH 5km Friday 30th June in Hyde Park 1 A Greenleaf (Serp) 15.28 7 Ian Kenton 16.39 42 Matthew Roberts 18.38 BEWL 15 miles Sunday 2nd July at Bewl Water 1 D Kendall (Camb H) 1:27.38 29 Chris Bundhun 1:41.10 45 T Oldershaw (Padd W) 1:44.47 (1st woman) 126 Marie Synnott-Wells 1:57.09 620 Lee Davies 2:39.59 647 Heather Martingell 2:43.29 648 Mike White 2:43.29 LADIES' BEGINNERS COURSE Tuesday 4th July in Richmond Park Organiser Deborah Blakemore writes: "The 2017 Ladies Beginners Course started 8 weeks ago with 20 joiners, culminating in our annual 5k event around Sidmouth Wood - see results below. It was another successful year and congratulations go to all the ladies who took part. We are hoping to see many of them in the Development Group in the coming weeks. A big thank you to Paul Wapshott for his help over the whole course, to Katie Walton, Louise Wapshott and Bev Ali for stepping in to help when needed and to Lorna Smith for her help with timing in the final week. I couldn't do it on my own." 1 Emer O'Donnell 27.49 2 Fran Jones 27.54 3 Kate Mills 28.00 4 Angela Duffy 29.01 5 Deirdre Forsdick 29.08 6 Dawn Meade 29.12 7 Molly Cove 29.20 8 Georgie Daborn 34.30 9 Karen Williams 34.43 10 Paloma Daborn 37.50 WIMBLEDON COMMON TRAIL SERIES RACE 3 8 miles Wednesday 5th July 1 K MacIntosh (W Windmilers) 45.24 23 Rose Penfold (Fulham RC) 52.48 (1st Woman) 30 Chris Bundhun 53.55 34 Patrick Butlin 54.28 60 Nicholas Fordham 60.06 115 Wiebke Kortum 68.48 137 Mike White 73.54 REIGATE PRIORY SUMMER EVENING 10km Wednesday 5th July 1 Phil Wicks (Belgrave) 31.32 21 Neil Rae 41.36 CLAYGATE COUNTRY 5 miles Sunday 9th July 1 N Riley (unatt) 29.43 36 J Shillington (TH&H) 34.42 (1st woman) 321 Jackie Dunkley 53.05 365 Penny Merrett 58.41 WORLD ORIENTEERING CHAMPIONSHIPS Friday 30th June - Sunday 9th July in Estonia Ralph Street was selected to represent Britain in several events in the World Orienteering Championships held in Estonia. Perhaps his most successful run was in the Mixed Sprint Relay on July 2nd where he took over on stage 2 in 6th place and brought the team up to 2nd just three seconds behind the leader. The British team eventually finished back in 6th place. Ralph also ran in the Middle Distance race where he finished 37th, the Long Distance where he was 18th and the Men's Relay where he ran the anchor stage starting and finishing in 15th place. SRI CHINMOY KANGAROO HOP 5km Monday 10th July in Battersea Park 1 J Hay (AFD) 14.58 14 Steve Whitehead 17.13 34 Matt Roberts 18.27 98 Alan Davidson 27.04 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: http://www.parkrun.com/results/consolidatedclub/?clubNum=947. parkruns 5km Saturday 1st July Bushy Park Kris DAVIDSON 17:52, Euan SINCLAIR (jnr) 19:31, Paul SINTON-HEWITT 19:41, Philip ANDREWS 20:03, Rachel REVETT 23:06, Joanne SINTON-HEWITT 25:49, Ashleigh FERRIS 30:12, Jane CRAIGIE-PAYNE 30:12, Michelle BEAUMONT 30:12, Wally GARROD 38:12, John HANSCOMB 51:17 Richmond Park Ed PERRY 18:46, Bill NEELY 19:37, Adrienne BADDELEY 20:20, Julian SAMPSON 21:08, Stephen AIKIN 22:12, Elisa FERRUA 22:22, Sam RUSHBY (jnr) 23:54, Karl GARVEY 24:24, Daniel RUSHBY (jnr) 24:53, Kevin KEAREY 25:37, Clare DAY 25:51, Ann KEAREY 25:52, Andrew BROWN 26:07, Josie KEAREY (jnr) 27:10, Sue CAMP 27:23, Gavin HILLHOUSE 27:24, Ben RUSHBY (jnr) 27:27, Phil RUSHBY 27:29, Colette DORAN 28:55, Carol AIKIN 28:57, Robert HILLHOUSE 31:07, Bronwen NORTHMORE 31:18, Deepa SHARMA 32:37, Wendy FISHER 36:02, Phil AIKEN 41:47, Pat HEWLETT 42:25, Penny MERRETT 42:25, Beverley ALI 42:48, Alberto ESGUEVILLAS 46:28 Brighton & Hove Ally PICKARD 26.38 Frimley Lodge Nick TWOMEY 17:35 Old Deer Park Jonathan Moore placed third. Jonathan MOORE 18:46, Michael EVERARD 18:52, Bobby JACKSON 23:27, Grace MUNRO (jnr) 23:40, Colin BRETT 27:31, Katrina ROCHE 32:55, Katie WALTON 34:48, Deborah BLAKEMORE 47:56 Kingston Hannah DOYLE 25:25, Chris CAMACHO 26:37 Oxford Evelyn Joslin 31:45 Torbay Velopark Jonathan Smith finished second. Jonathan SMITH 17:29 Highbury Fields Peter FAULL 19:15 Gunnersbury Park Niamh HOLT 22:52 Bracknell Deirdre INMAN 39:16 Killerton Jackie DUNKLEY 30:43 Ally Pally Verka LAFEUILLE 27:25 Crane Park Daniel LITTLE 19:57, Eric PLUE 20:01, Daniel CHIECHI 23:04, Claire WARNER 25:10, Prelini CHIECHI 27:31, Heather MARTINGELL 27:42, Rebecca CURTIS-HALL 27:45, Tamsin BURLAND 30:06, Louise WAPSHOTT 32:09, Cindy CROUCHER 35:21, Su CLARK 36:41, Paul WAPSHOTT 38:42 Newent, Forest of Dean John ATKINSON 20:12 Sheffield Castle Peter WEIR 20:40, Karen WEIR 23:27 Osterley Park Michael OSBORNE 23:49 Reigate Priory Third place for Duncan Mallison. Duncan MALLISON 19:20 Druridge Bay Tom REAY 26:15 Mount Edgcumbe Chris WRIGHT 28:26 Stratford-upon-Avon Paul HODGES 22:01 Bedgebury Pinetum Nick FORDHAM 21:56, Peter FORDHAM 27:32 Ellenbrook Fields Mike WHITE 25:22 Junior parkruns 2km Sunday 2nd July Moormead Sonny Maund was first finisher for the second consecutive week, with Alistair Brendon finishing 3rd. Sonny MAUND 7:08, Alistair BRENDON 8:02 Bushy Park Euan SINCLAIR 7:28, Finlay SINCLAIR 8.19, Eilidh SINCLAIR 9:51 Savill Gardens Thomas LANE 11:18, James RICKETTS 13:18, Matthew LANE 17:01 Surbiton Nathaniel BOND 8:48 parkruns 5km Saturday 8th July Bushy Park Kris DAVIDSON 17:57, Philip ANDREWS 21:20, Ian GRANGE 23:30, Rachel REVETT 23:33, Wally GARROD 39:04 Wimbledon Common Ben SHORE 20:40, Laura BLAZEY 24:09, Jarryd HILLHOUSE 25:23 Richmond Park Jordan MUNGOVAN 17:51, Marcus ATKINS 21:53, Stephen AIKIN 22:31, Ian KEITH 23:34, Hadi KHATAMIZADEH 24:48, Karl GARVEY 25:01, Alastair RITCHIE 25:31, Carol AIKIN 26:18, Michael SIKORA 27:04, Ian HARRISON 27:30, Andrew BROWN 28:57, Ben RUSHBY (jnr) 29:45, Bronwen NORTHMORE 31:56, Gavin HILLHOUSE 33:02, Penny MERRETT 34:27, Martin CLARK 40:43, Phil AIKEN 41:21, Pat HEWLETT 44:03 Old Deer Park Jonathan Moore was first across the line and Grace Munro was second woman. Jonathan MOORE 18:11, Bobby JACKSON 23:17, Grace MUNRO (jnr) 23:32, Katrina ROCHE 32:55, Lorna SMITH 34:45, Deborah BLAKEMORE 34:45 Guildford Alan DAVIDSON 30:39 Kingston Wiebke KORTUM 23:12, Kirsty NOBLE 23:37, Aoife KILPATRICK 25:18, Charlie MCLAUCHLAN (jnr) 26:42, Chris CAMACHO 26:54 Oxford Evelyn JOSLIN 32:03 Trelissick Nick Twomey placed second. Nick TWOMEY 18:22 Gunnersbury Colette DORAN 31:10 Henley-on-Thames Paul SINTON-HEWITT 22:10, Jo SINTON-HEWITT 29:34 Bryn Bach Jonathan SMITH 17:41 Crane Park Second place for Dan Little. Daniel LITTLE 18:49, Rebecca NORTHMORE 22:21, Kevin KEAREY 23:16, Ann KEAREY 23:22, Claire WARNER 26:26, Richard GURD 27:52, Paul WAPSHOTT 29:27, Christine DAVID 31:17, Louise WAPSHOTT 31:52, Hilary THOMSON 33:17, Tracey SMALL 33:36, Cindy CROUCHER 34:43, Melanie DAVISON 35:09, Michael WHITE 35:10, Wyn WILLIAMS 38:28 Newent, Forest of Dean John ATKINSON 20:39 Southwark Paula Maguire 27:29, Deepa SHARMA 28:51 Preston Park, Brighton John PRATT 28:05 Osterley Park Second and third for Dave Lawley and Mark Herbert. Dave LAWLEY 18:00, Mark HERBERT 18:19, Cathy HOLMAN 27:52 Reigate Priory Duncan MALLISON 20:00 Harwich Anna REICHWALD 24:15 Mount Edgcumbe Chris WRIGHT 27:54 Stratford upon Avon Paul HODGES 31:43 Rouen, France Nick FORDHAM 21:27, Peter FORDHAM 27:59 Junior parkruns 2km Sunday 9th July Surbiton Nathaniel BOND 9.00 FINALLY... Kingston & Poly athlete Harriet Lester recently achieved the extraordinary feat of competing in every event open to her in a Sweatshop Southern Athletics League Division 2W meeting at Braunton on 21st May. Her performances ranged from 16.0 for the 100 metres through to 12.16 for the javelin, taking in every flat track event up to 5000m, both hurdles events and the steeplechase, all four throws and four jumps. "By 12.15pm I had already long jumped, pole vaulted, thrown a hammer and completed the 400 metres hurdles," she told Athletics Weekly, "For most of which I only had time for one throw / jump before moving on! Later I got a second wind and realised there was only the triple jump, 200m, 1500m and 1500m steeplechase left, so I decided to plod on, and it was definitely a plod!"