Newsdesk 2017

 RANELAGH HARRIERS E-NEWS # 508               31st August 2017
 Editor: Steve Rowland
 mailto: sandsrowland@btinternet.com  

 HEADLINE NEWS                                                                     
 *  Medals for our W45 and M60 teams at the Surrey Road Relays
 *  Phil Roberts wins the Thomas Cup handicap
 *  Fastest times by Richard Gregory and Becky Curtis-Hall
 *  Ranelagh juniors win the team title in the Stragglers/Ranelagh junior
     handicap series
 *  South of England Road Relays on Sunday 24th September
 *  Page Cup handicap on Saturday 30th September
 Our Thursday night speed sessions on the track at Osterley have been put on
 hold until the end of September while the track is resurfaced. If the work
 goes to schedule our first session on the new surface will be Thursday
 October 5th, though bad weather could further delay the work.   

 SOUTH OF ENGLAND ROAD RELAYS  Sunday 24th September at Crystal Palace
 Good luck to our teams in the senior, junior and veterans events.

 PAGE CUP HANDICAP  Saturday 30th September
 Our second club handicap race of the season is the 5-miler for the Page Cup.
 All members are welcome. Start time is 3pm, but please register at the
 clubhouse by 2.30pm.

 Deborah Blakemore writes:
 “I have agreed to pick up the Coaching Co-ordination role from Trevor
 Maguire (due to Trevor’s knee operation). The next Coaches’ meeting is being
 planned for a Tuesday evening in October. As it was so successful last year,
 we are planning another Annual Coaching Day at St Mary’s in January 2018. I
 will be helping to organise this with Cindy, with a similar content of a
 mixture of personal specialist knowledge from our own members and something
 from some experts as well..

 …to Michelle Beaumont and David Browne on the arrival of Sophie Elizabeth
 Browne, born on Thursday 7th September weighing 5lb 3oz.

 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:. BUT see note above about temporary closure of the track.

 Dominic Stead writes: 
 We are about to start looking for a new Manager/ Assistant Manager for our
 Richmond shop. We are also looking for a couple of new part-timers.  Here
 are some details:
 Assistant Store Manager
 We are currently looking for a bright, friendly, enthusiastic, sporty
 individual to join Sporting Feet as an Assistant Store Manager/Store Manager
 (depending on experience).
 This is an ideal first job for a graduate to join a growing business with a
 great reputation. We are looking for someone reliable, proactive and
 personable with good sales skills, high standards and strong attention to
 detail. This person would become fully operationally responsible for the
 running of our Richmond store. Relevant experience in a retail/public facing
 environment will help but is not essential as full training will be given.
 Please email dominic@sporting-feet.com with your CV for further
 Part time Customer Service Assistants
 We are also looking for bright, friendly, enthusiastic, sporty individuals
 to join Sporting Feet as part time Customer Service Assistants. These are
 ideal part-time roles for students who can commit to working one weekend day
 and one weekday on a regular basis. Again, please email dominic@sporting-feet.com with your CV for further information.”  

 Follow Ranelagh on Facebook. 

 More details of the following from the men's Captains ( e-mail Phil
 or Trevor ) ranelagh.men@gmail.com
 or the women's Captain / Team Manager ( e-mail Becky or Phil ranelagh.women@gmail.com  )      

 Sunday 24th September  South of England Road Relays at Crystal Palace. Men,
 women and vets races

 Saturday 30th September  Page Cup 5 miles handicap in Richmond Park. 3pm

 Saturday 14th October       Women’s and Men’s Surrey Cross-Country League,
 both at Reigate. Women at 11am, men at 3.30pm.  

 Sunday 15th October         Cabbage Patch 10 miles at Twickenham. Entries
 already closed

 Saturday 21st October       Surrey Vets Championships in Richmond Park.
 Start 2.15pm for M60s and women, 3pm for M40s and M50s

 Saturday 4th November     Mob Match v Thames H&H at Kingston Vale. 2.30pm

 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

 SURREY ROAD RELAY CHAMPIONSHIPS  Saturday 2nd September at Wimbledon Park
 We usually come away from the county relays with a few medals, and 2017 was
 no exception. But once again it was our older teams that bailed us out, with
 a great set of golds for our W45s and silvers for our M60s. 
 Marie Synnott-Wells and Fiona Ford ran almost identical times in building up
 a healthy lead over the opening two stages of the W45s race, leaving Wiebke
 Kortum to cruise home with over a minute to spare. Our M60s – Chris Owens,
 Gordon Whitson and Stephen Logue - actually crossed the line third but were
 behind an SLH 'B' team who don't count for the medals. Thus Ranelagh was
 promoted to second place. We also seem to frequently find ourselves in "just
 missed" situations" in this event. This time it was the M40s who finished
 4th just over half a minute outside the medals. 

 As is so often the case we were unable to field as strong a team as we would
 like in the senior races owing to our affiliation split between Middlesex
 and Surrey. Our men finished 8th and 16th, with Ian Kenton fastest for the A
 team on 15.34 and James Winch also inside 16 minutes. For the B team Mark
 Herbert ran an excellent 16.09. Our senior women were 11th and 13th, fastest
 lap going to skipper Becky Curtis-Hall with 18.15. Less than half a minute
 slower than Becky was Lydia Esler for the B team. It was very good to see
 Liz Kipling back in action, second fastest for the A team.
 Senior Men
 1   South London H            1:29.49
 2   Hercules Wimbledon AC     1:31.11
 3   Dorking & Mole Valley AC  1:33.29
 8   Ranelagh H                1:38.21  
       Ian Kenton                     15.34      
       James Winch                    15.58      
       George Howard                  17.03    
       Phil Killingley                16.00      
       Chris Bundhun                  17.28      
       Ted Mockett                    16.18
 16  Ranelagh H 'B'            1:50.46 
       Mark Herbert                   16.09      
       Jonathan Smith                 16.50      
       Patrick Butlin                 18.11      
       Ben Shore                      19.42    
       Rob Curtis                     21.13    
       Neil Rae                       18.41    

 Men Over 40
 1   Woking AC                 1:04.33
 2   Wimbledon Windmilers      1:07.43
 3   Thames H&H                1:09.03
 4   Ranelagh H                1:09.37 
       George Howard                  16.41    
       Neil Rae                       17.18    
       Duncan Mallison                17.36    
       Paul Doyle                     18.02    

 Men Over 60
 1   South London H            55.56
 2   South London H 'B'        56:36
 3   Ranelagh H                59.04
       Chris Owens                    18.37    
       Gordon Whitson                 20.01    
       Stephen Logue                  20.26    

 Senior Women
 1   South London H            1:08.32
 2   Herne Hill H              1:11.42
 3   Guildford & Godalming AC  1:12.32
 11  Ranelagh H                1:19.26 
       Becky Curtis-Hall              18.15    
       Charlotte Hyde                 21.14     
       Liz Kipling                    19.56    
       Marie Synnott-Wells            20.01 
 13  Ranelagh H 'B'            1:22.50   
       Rebecca Northmore              20.03      
       Marianne Malam                 22.32    
       Niamh Holt                     21.37      
       Lydia Esler                    18.38

 Women Over 45
 1   Ranelagh H                58.44 
       Marie Synnott-Wells            19.20    
       Fiona Ford                     19.19    
       Wiebke Kortum                  20.05    
 2   South London H            60.04
 3   Thames H&H                61.19

 OPENING RUN and THOMAS CUP 3.8 miles HANDICAP  Saturday 9th September in
 Richmond Park
 Phil Killingley writes:
 "An apocalyptic thunderstorm ushered in the new cross country season with
 forked lightning directly overhead reportedly making the trees shake as the
 runners cowered their way over the Thomas course. 

 Emerging from the gloom in first place (handicap) was Phil Roberts with a
 clear gap behind him to Simon Lawrence then Rachel Smith. An excellent field
 of 55 runners made it home, although most without their sodden paper
 numbers. It was quite incredible that Ken Powley and team produced results
 for this race - Ken's trusty plastic bag technique for shielding the results
 sheet paid off big time.  

 The results squad weren't the only ones to suffer. A bedraggled  Bickerstaff
 arrived some time after the finishers complaining of the almost impossible
 odds that both Coad Cup in July and this race should have both been complete
 weather washouts. By this time it had turned into a lovely afternoon -
 little consolation for all concerned.     

 In speed order Richard Gregory was superb with 21:04. Newcomer Marc Leyshon
 surged into second with a strong finish and Al Whatmough continues his
 comeback with third place. Becky Curtis-Hall had a great run - a significant
 course pb, and the other Whatmough, Suzy, outdid her brother with 2nd
 followed by Cordelia Parker in 3rd. Let's hope this winter is more generous
 with the weather." 

 the Hawker Centre
 This was the final race in the series and attracted the smallest field –
 only 32 runners in the main event. Ranelagh came into the race carrying a 9
 point deficit to the Flaming Penguins who were the holders of the team
 title. On the day we were almost identical in numbers - 9 Ranelagh against 8
 Penguins - but we made the best possible start when Oliver Beal led the
 field home almost a minute clear of the second placed runner. We then had
 four more runners in the top ten, all scoring good points – James Ricketts,
 James Rushby, Ben Riedel and Daniel Rushby. Backing up were two more Rushbys
 (Ben and Sam), another Beal (Matthew) and Nathaniel Bond. The Penguins, on
 the other hand, had only two in the top ten and most of the rest finished
 towards the tail end. So…it looked promising for Ranelagh but it was
 obviously going to be a close thing. And when the maths was done it was 38
 points to Ranelagh and 23 to the Flaming Penguins - giving us overall
 victory by just six points - 194 to 188. Well done to all those who have run
 any of the events, but especially perhaps to the Rushby and Beal clans who
 have between them made a huge contribution. 

 There was only one sub-8 minute time set today and that came from Ranelagh's
 Ben Riedel whose 7.42 was a good half minute ahead of the second fastest.
 Third was Matthew Beal with  8.21. 

 In the overall individual competition Oliver Beal placed second, Alfie
 Lafeuille was third and James Ricketts, Ben Rushby and Nathaniel Bond all
 made the top ten.                

 1   Oliver Beal (Ranelagh)    17.50  (actual time 9.20 – 1st boy)
 2   M Hughes (unatt)          18.46  (10.16 - 1st gal)
 4   James Ricketts (Ranelagh) 19.09  (11.09 - 3rd)
 5   James Rushby              19.12  (8.42)
 7   Ben Riedel                19.42  (7.42 - fastest boy)
 10  Daniel Rushby             19.55  (8.25)
 14  M Mistry (unatt)          20.07  (8.37 - fastest girl)
 16  Ben Rushby                20.09  (10.09)
 22  Matthew Beal              20.21  (8.21 - 3rd fastest boy)
 26  Nathaniel Bond            20.34  (9.04)
 28  Sam Rushby                20.36  (9.06)   

 1   Ranelagh H           38  (overall 194)
 2   Flaming Penguins     23  (188)
 3   The Stragglers RC     8  (55)
 4   Coombe Hill School    3  (66)
 5   Sheen Shufflers       2  (49)
 6   Speedy 7              0  (36)
 13 clubs and schools represented     

 BUSHY parkrun 5km  Saturday 26th August  
 Jim Langford was a flying visitor from Australia in August this year and ran
 the 26th August Bushy parkrun. Now over 70 he ran 21.22 for an 85.88% age
 graded performance. A former Australian national cross-country champion, Jim
 ran for Ranelagh when he lived in the UK back in the late 1970s. He put in a
 string of top class performances culminating in 4th place in the Southern
 Championships in 1977, for which he was awarded club honours. Unfortunately,
 he was out for an easy run the day after the parkrun and tripped and fell
 heavily, briefly knocking himself out. He hadn’t planned that a list of
 must-sees while he was here would include A&E at Kingston Hospital!   

 PBs for all three of our runners.

 1   P Molyneux (Spring)       67.55  (chip time 67.52)
 8   Nick Impey                74.15  (74.12)
 21  Al Whatmough              77.29  (77.26)
 36  Jonathan Moore            80.17  (80.12)       

 Tom Armstrong won the U15 800m in 2:19.0

 THAMES PATH CHALLENGE 50km and 100km 
 John Scally reports on Facebook:
 "Got up at 4:55, got dressed, bag was packed. Cab to Putney Bridge. Sorted
 run bag and number etc. Quick pit stop then baggage (ended up just dropping
 and going). Start pen at 6:30. Met Jane in the queue who was running the
 full 100km, and had a hug at the start. Quick embarrassing warm up and then

 Got out of the pen at 6:45, immediately having a chat with a guy who was
 talking about Macmillan over the bridge. In terms of race I ran the first
 8ish k, went over on my right ankle at 4km on a bit of rutted path, but the
 magic hop saved me. Spent a couple of Km chatting to some weirdo on a bike
 (thanks for the company Michael White) and was in sight of and catching up
 and passing Jane for about 7 or so Km. (Her run 10, walk 2 strategy was
 robust). After the first rest stop at Old Deer Park where I had half a cup
 of coke, refilled water, wee break etc left and got out. Run/walk to 20k,
 chatted to a few people, friendly bunch these ultra runners. 

 Got to 25km in 3:12 which was ok and faster than expected, pretty much
 hitting the limit of my training here so I knew the next 25km was going to
 be ugly, but it was just two 10ks and a 5k or 5 parkruns, so I could grind
 it out. Lost a nipple plaster, and started to chafe which was a bit of a
 pain.(I'd forgotten at the start to use my chamois cream aka butt butter).
 At 28k was the quarter finish in East Molesey. Stopped and had a packet of
 hula hoops, refilled water, and got some Vaseline for the chafing. Ran on
 and now I'm overtaking the same people as we're all run-walking. Anna and
 the boys are just past Walton bridge and we chat and hug, then I move on.

 Same group of lads I've talked to pass me and I follow them into the last
 rest stop. I get moving fast after a refuel. My left ankle freezes as I
 start along the river from Chertsey, coming through Laleham I take some
 paracetamol and Ibuprofen and it improves about 10 mins later. Find I can
 run a bit, but it's 30 sec to 2 minute efforts and then fast walking to the
 finish. After, get changed and chat with a 100k runner I've been trading
 places with then see Anna and the boys, grab food (small amount of
 everything) and a beer and then went to the park and home for a bath and a
 nap! Great race, amazingly nice people, would do it again!"

 Jane Craigie-Payne went the whole 100k:
 “Done. I can't lift my left leg but otherwise seem unscathed. Not sure I'll
 actually be able to walk tomorrow...”

 ERIDGE PARK 10 miles TRAIL CHALLENGE  Sunday 10th September
 Wiebke Kortum writes on Facebook:
 “A trail run in Kent, very hilly, very versatile underfoot, very muddy,
 stunning views; in heart-refreshing grass-root sport style (cotton t-shirt,
 homemade cakes and free beer). Thanks Michael White for the recommendation.”
 Wiebke finished 3rd W45.

 1   B Cole (Tonbridge)        1:03.13
 7   L Reid (Tonbridge)        1:09.45  (1st woman)
 9   Mark Herbert              1:12.32
 92  Wiebke Kortum             1:32.57
 174 Lee Davies                1:44.25
 366 Michael White             2:23.50     

 GREAT NORTH RUN HALF MARATHON  Sunday 10th September 
 1     Mo Farah (N&EB)         1:00.06
 2769  Simon Ogle              1:39.48
 8260  Hadi Khatamizadeh       1:53.21
 22059 Emma Wellham            2:16.17

 Marie Synnott-Wells won the W45 category.

 1   D Allaway (Has B)         1:25.43
 13  L Locks (Hart)            1:34.41  (1st woman)
 58  Marie Synnott-Wells       1:45.06 
 83  William Griffin           1:48.37
 394 Ewa Soltys                2:39.46
 395 Gavin Hillhouse           2:39.47

 FARNHAM PILGRIM MARATHON  Sunday 10th September
 1   L Kemp (Waverley)         2:51.10
 157 Jarryd Hillhouse          4:48.59

 MEON VALLEY EXPRESS 10k  Sunday 10th September
 Paul Wapshott writes on Facebook:
 "Longest 10k I've ever run, measured out at 10.77k!! It’s a lovely run along
 the Meon Valley Trail (a disused railway line)."

 1   N Passingham (unatt)      44.09
 25  Paul Wapshott             57.18
 104 Louise Wapshott           69.27   

 Jordan Mungovan reports:
 "i did the inaugural Lisbon Ironman 70.3 this weekend and came 16th in the
 30-34 age category in a total time of 4hours 44mins - 31:40 on swim; 2:37 on
 bike; and a 1:25 half marathon. It was a great event, a tad shambolic, but
 that added to the charm."

 SECOND SUNDAY 5 miles  Sunday 10th September on Wimbledon Common
 1   J McMullan (TH&H)         27.57
 56  Steve Aikin               39.37 

 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 26th August

 Bushy Park
 Nick WRIGHT 18:16, James WHISTLER 18:49, Becky CURTIS-HALL 19:11, Paul
 SINTON-HEWITT 20:45, Adam WRIGHT 21:28, Rob CURTIS 22:32, Ian GRANGE 24:25,
 Jackie DUNKLEY 29:54, Linda HONEY 30:33, Clive NAISH 37:08, Wally GARROD
 39:27, Joanne SINTON-HEWITT 44:22

 Wimbledon Common
 Jarryd HILLHOUSE 30:16, Gavin HILLHOUSE 30:17

 Richmond Park
 Elisa Ferrua was third woman home.
 Elisa FERRUA 22:13, Stephen AIKIN 22:44, John HOBSON 24:25, Cecily DAY (jnr)
 24:39, Anna REICHWALD 24:48, Alastair RITCHIE 25:24, Carol AIKIN 25:42,
 Margie MARSHALL 26:30, Ian HARRISON 26:41, Clare DAY 26:45, Andrew BROWN
 28:26, Karolina KAFADAR 31:25, Annemarie GOODRIDGE 34:00, Wendy FISHER
 36:06, Martin CLARK 41:56, Pat HEWLETT 47:44, Beverley ALI 48:16

 Pollok, Glasgow
 Peter WEIR 21.41

 Gorleston Cliffs
 Colette DORAN 33:11

 Philip ANDREWS 20:47, Rachel REVETT 22:37

 Frimley Lodge
 Karen WEIR 24:12

 Old Deer Park
 Eirin McDaid was the first finisher.
 Eirin McDAID 17:29, Simon Taylor 24:22, Wyn WILLIAMS 36:51, Katie WALTON

 Hampstead Heath
 Fiona PUGH 29:14

 James McLAUCHLAN (jnr) 23:00, Chris CAMACHO 24:06, Charlie McLAUCHLAN (jnr)

 Peter Haarer was the second man home.
 Pater HAARER 16:52, Mark HERBERT 17:54

 Sheffield Hallam
 Jake Waldron was first in.
 Jake WALDRON  16:06, Julia BAILEY 23:14

 Brabrand, Denmark
 Mark ROPER 27:50, Louise Roper 30:49

 Clare FOWLER 20:42, john HERRIOTT 28:09 

 Sue CAMP 27:02, Lloyd CAMP 35:24

 Linford Wood
 Pete WARREN 27:41

 Crane Park
 First place for Ted Mockett. 
 Ted MOCKETT 17:49, Richard GURD 20:44, Kevin KEAREY 21:14, Marcus ATKINS
 21:33, Paul WAPSHOTT 26:30, Christine DAVID 31:14, Tamsin BURLAND 37:32,
 Cindy CROUCHER 37:50, Sally SPAULL 41:42, Lexi SLAUGHTER 41:45, Su CLARK

 And second place for David Ready.
 David READY 19:10.

 Newent, Forest of Dean
 John ATKINSON 20:37

 Yeovil Montacute
 Lexi KEECH (jnr) 21:06

 Reigate Priory
 Duncan MALLISON 20:13

 Mike PEACE 26:06

 Bobby JACKSON 20:57

 Leeanne BRYCE 29:12

 Michael WHITE 26:21
 Mount Edgcumbe
 Amelia CHURNSIDE 23:57

 Ann KEAREY 25:31, Josie Kearey (jnr) 25:35

 Mersea Island
 Anna SCALLY 22:52

 Toyen, Norway
 Peter FORDHAM 29:01

 parkruns 5km Saturday 2nd September

 Bushy Park
 Nick WRIGHT 17:50, Jonny BROOK (jnr) 18:37, Bobby JACKSON 21:11, Adam WRIGHT
 21:30, James WHISTLER 22:12, Charlie BROOK (jnr) 22:41, Ian GRANGE 24:35,
 Rob KITCHEN 27:54, Anne PHILPOTT 28:28, Linda HONEY 29:11, Janet TURNES
 30:11, Wally GARROD 40:18, John HANSCOMB 51:11

 Richmond Park
 Adrienne Baddeley was the second woman to finish.
 Bill NEELY 20:26, Adrienne BADDELEY 20:29, Stephen AIKIN 22:27, Elisa FERRUA
 22:46, Matt AIKIN 23:24, Karl GARVEY 23:43, Hadi KHATAMIZADEH 23:55, Amrut
 SHARMA 24:18, Julia BAILEY 24:27, James RUSHBY (jnr) 24:45, Carol AIKIN
 25:24, Ian HARRISON 26:31, Maia RUSHBY 26:48, Andrew BROWN 29:08, Sam RUSHBY
 (jnr) 29:34, Ben RUSHBY (jnr) 29:53, Phil RUSHBY 29:53, Ewa SOLTYS 31:44,
 Jarryd HILLHOUSE 31:45, Gavin HILLHOUSE 31:46, Bronwen NORTHMORE 33:29,
 Wendy FISHER 33:59, Martin CLARK 38:54, Pat HEWLETT 40:58

 Bedfont Lakes
 Richard GURD 23:37

 Frimley Lodge
 Nick TWOMEY 19.25, Mike PEACE 22.37

 Old Deer Park
 Kris Davidson was first home.
 Kris DAVIDSON 18:25, Luke MAGUIRE (jnr) 26:35, Paula MAGUIRE 28:33, Lorna
 SMITH 28:46, Deborah BLAKEMORE 33:07, Katie WALTON 61:02

 Paul HODGES 23:58

 Kirsty NOBLE 23:47, Chris CAMACHO 23:50, James MCLAUCHLAN (jnr) 23:58,
 Hannah DOYLE 25:25, Tom REAY 25:55, Charlie MCLAUCHLAN (jnr) 27:09, Fiona
 PUGH 28:01, Aoife KILPATRICK 28:01

 Alan DAVIDSON 26:36

 Highbury Fields
 Matthew WILLIAMS 20:17, Peter FAULL 20:47

 Alison DICKS 28:00

 Gareth Williams was the second man home. 
 Gareth WILLIAMS 18:52

 Lee DAVIES 26:55, Dierdre INMAN 39:11

 Netley Abbey
 Peter FORDHAM 27:42

 Crane Park
 Kevin KEAREY 20:31, Daniel CHIECHI 21:47, Philip ROBERTS 22:34, Clare KING
 24:09, Ann KEAREY 24:21, Josie KEAREY (jnr) 25:43, Michael WHITE 26:46,
 Prelini CHIECHI 27:20, Louise WAPSHOTT 29:35, Victoria ORME 29:38, Alan
 ELDER 29:43, Paul WAPSHOTT 30:05, Hilary THOMSON 31:22, Tracey SMALL 35:06

 Hilly Fields
 Julie DRUMMOND 29:13

 Newent, Forest of Dean
 John ATKINSON 22:37

 Osterley Park
 Michael OSBORNE 24:47

 Fulham Palace
 Pete WARREN 27:00, Melissa GLACKIN 27:32, Tanya ALLEN 36:15

 Clare FOWLER 20:46, Jo SINTON-HEWITT 26:00

 Greg Atkins was the second man home and sister Izzy was the leading woman.
 Greg ATKINS 17:00, Izzy Atkins (jnr) 18:51, Marcus ATKINS 20:33

 Colette DORAN 32:33

 Bruce McLAREN 20:12

 Montsouris, France
 Philip ANDREWS 20:04, Rachel REVETT 23:36

 Lac de Divonne, France  
 Alastair RITCHIE 24:27

 parkruns 5km Saturday 9th September

 Bushy Park
 Jonathan SMITH 17:38, Allan WHATMOUGH 18:04, David READY 18:21, Jonny BROOK
 (jnr) 18:29, Paul NICOLL 18:40, Charlie BROOK (jnr) 21:44, Chris BROOK
 21:50, Amy COOPER 26:21, Linda HONEY 28:53, Noel SIMPSON 29:06, John

 Richmond Park
 Adrienne Baddeley was the leading woman.
 Eamonn O'DWYER 20:13, Bill NEELY 20:19, Adrienne BADDELEY 20:44, Stewart
 ANDERSON 20:47, Sam NESBITT 21:03, Bobby JACKSON 22:00, Elisa FERRUA 22:35,
 Karl GARVEY 23:45, James RUSHBY (jnr) 23:54, Matt AIKIN 23:55, Amrut SHARMA
 24:08, Emilie BROWN 24:29, Cecily DAY (jnr) 24:40, Alberto ESGUEVILLAS
 25:02, Margie MARSHALL 25:19, Ian HARRISON 26:20, Michael BEVERLY 26:46,
 Clare DAY 27:03, Jarryd HILLHOUSE 28:11, Gavin HILLHOUSE 28:12, Sam RUSHBY
 (jnr) 28:41, Ben RUSHBY (jnr) 28:43, Phil RUSHBY 28:45, Rob KITCHEN 28:47,
 Aoife KILPATRICK 30:29, Andrew BROWN 32:01, Deepa SHARMA 33:00, Phil AIKEN
 44:28, Pat HEWLETT 44:29, Beverley ALI 48:09, Robert HILLHOUSE 56:59 

 Black Park
 Su CLARK 36:57

 Old Deer Park
 Eirin McDaid finished first.
 Eirin McDAID 17:38, Kris DAVIDSON 18:52, Edward FORBES 19:31, Bruce MCLAREN
 21:19, Hadi KHATAMIZADEH 25:04, Christopher READ 25:19, Mark ROPER 25:53,
 Luke MAGUIRE (jnr) 28:05, Paula MAGUIRE 29:12, Joanne SINTON-HEWITT 29:13,
 Julian HOLDEN 30:53, Katrina ROCHE 33:35, Louise ROPER 34:31, Wyn WILLIAMS
 37:26, Katie WALTON 62:02

 Jo Billings was the first woman.
 Jo BILLINGS 19:42, Matt SOWTON 23:27, Chris CAMACHO 23:42, Kirsty NOBLE
 25:03, Fiona PUGH 27:56, Alison DICKS 27:56, Leeanne BRYCE 33:29

 Evelyn JOSLIN 28:50

 Alan DAVIDSON 28:16

 Lloyd Park, Croydon
 Jodie GREY 24:12

 Gunnersbury Park
 Tracey SMALL 33:50, Penny MERRETT 33:53

 Clare FOWLER 20:24

 Jackie DUNKLEY 31:50

 Dave LAWLEY 18:25

 Crane Park
 Gareth Williams was first home.
 Gareth WILLIAMS 18:21, Richard GURD 20:21, Daniel CHIECHI 21:54, Kevin
 JACQUES 24:22, Paul WAPSHOTT 25:48, Colette DORAN 26:48, Claire WARNER
 26:49, Tamsin BURLAND 29:21, Victoria ORME 30:44, Cindy CROUCHER 35:49,
 Sally SPAULL 39:16

 Julia BAILEY 22:16

 East Grinstead
 Peter FORDHAM 29:30

 Osterley Park
 Michael OSBORNE 26:26

 Marc SNAITH 18:54

 Fulham Palace
 Tanya ALLEN 33:54

 Reigate Priory
 Duncan MALLISON 19:58

 Marina QUAYLE 30:42 

 Mike PEACE 25:17

 Great Notley
 Nick WRIGHT 18:20, Adam WRIGHT 22:17

 Lac de Divonne, France  
 Alastair RITCHIE 24:49

 Junior parkruns 2km 
 Sunday 3rd September

 Campbell McLAREN 10.00, Theo DOYLE 10.29, Sam DOYLE 12.05

 Bushy Park
 Euan Sinclair was the first finisher with Finlay also in the top ten.
 Euan SINCLAIR 7.23, Finlay SINCLAIR 8.07

 Savill Gardens
 James RICKETTS 12.50  

 The disgusting truth about running (from The Guardian):