Newsdesk 2014

 RANELAGH HARRIERS E-NEWS # 431             14 August 2014
 Editor: Steve Rowland
 mailto: steverowland@ranelagh-harriers.com  

 *  Ranelagh wins the men's team and mob match awards at the Wedding Day 7km
 *  Nick Twomey and Megan De Silva lead our team
 *  Gill Sanders wins silver for South Africa  in the Commonwealth Games
     Triathlon Mixed Relay
 *  Liz Kipling wins the W40 1500m and 5000m at the BMAF track championships
 *  Ranelagh Juniors stretch their lead in the Stragglers Summer Handicap
 *  Good crowd at Wimbledon Common MABAC race
 *  parkrun placings for Wiebke Kortum, Trevor Maguire, Nick Wright, Becky
     Hall, Craig Maclellan, Peter Haarer, Carl Selya-Hammer, Gemma Cory, Mel
     Davison, Nick Twomey and Mark Herbert 
 *  Final GP and Surrey Road League race is the Perseverance Wimbledon Dash
     5km on Sunday
 *  Subscriptions are overdue!

 PERSEVERANCE WIMBLEDON DASH 5km  Sunday 17th August at Wimbledon Park
 This is the final race in both the Surrey Road League and our Grand Prix.
 9.30am start in Wimbledon Park. Entries are still being accepted.  Details:. 

 RATCHFORD RELAY  Tuesday 19th August in Richmond Park
 Our women-only relay takes place next Tuesday - be at the clubhouse by 7pm
 for a 7.30pm start.  Details:. 

 The final event is on Thursday 28th August at the Hawker Centre. All under
 18s are welcome. Registration begins at 7pm for a 7.30pm start. For the very
 young there is a 500 metres race. 

 ...represented South Africa in the Triathlon at the Commonwealth Games in
 Glasgow. She was a little disappointed with her 13th place in the individual
 competition after losing contact during the swim, but more than made up for
 that with a great performance in the mixed relay where she helped her team
 to the silver medals. Congratulations Gill! 

 Two items hot off the press: printed Fixture Cards for our 2014-15 season
 are now available at the clubhouse. Fixtures Sec Andy Woodhouse adds: "There
 is a limited number of printed cards; so if you'd prefer an electronic
 version, please contact me andrew-woodhouse@hotmail.co.uk
 The new fixture list is also now up on our website, courtesy of Ken Powley, here:. 

 Also freshly published is a new edition of our printed Gazette, covering the
 12 months up to spring / early summer 2014. Please help yourself to a copy
 from the clubhouse.

 If you'd prefer to have a Fixture card and / or a Gazette sent to you please
 reply to this e-news giving your postal address.

 Details of the events that make up our summer Road Grand Prix and the
 current scoreboard are on our website  here:. The Wedding Day 7km was the eighth
 GP race, and the last one is the Perseverance 5km on August 17th. Details

 GP leaders after eight events: (Open) Nick Twomey 71, Ted Mockett 58, Trevor
 Maguire 40, Paul Doyle 39, Ian Kenton 36, Peter Faull and Dave Lawley 30,
 Rick Jenner 27, Stewart Anderson 25, Phil Killingley, Paul Rider and Mark
 Herbert 24; (Men Over 40) Trevor Maguire 25, Stewart Anderson 24, Paul Doyle
 21, Bruce McLaren 18, Rob Curtis 10, Steve Aikin 9; (Men Over 50) Paul Rider
 37, Stephen Logue 23, Colin Brett 20, Bill Neely 14, Lloyd Camp 11, Peter
 Fordham 9; (Women) Megan De Silva 27, Marie Synnott-Wells 21, Lauren Stewart
 18, Becky Hall 10, Ellen Clague and Heather Martingell 9, Marilyn Horne 8,
 Rachel Revett 7; (Women Over 40) Marie Synnott-Wells 30, Ellen Clague 17,
 Heather Martingell 16, Jane Craigie-Payne 10, Mel Davison, Sally Dell and
 Cindy Croucher 9, Wiebke Kortum 8; (Women Over 50) Sally Bamford 21, Carol
 Aikin 15, Marilyn Horne 12, Ann Kearey and Jo Sinton-Hewitt 9, Deirdre Inman
 8, Michele Gibson 7. 

 With one race to go our women's team is tied for first place with Clapham
 Chasers, while Guildford and Godalming are threatening just one point
 behind. In the men's League we are in third place behind Clapham and
 Stragglers. Individually, our best placed runners are Megan De Silva and
 Ellen Clague who hold second place in the senior women and women over 45
 respectively. However, in each case another Ranelagh runner - Lauren Stewart
 and Marie Synnott-Wells - could move into contention if she runs the final
 race. Paul Rider and Peter Fordham are 4th in the men over 50 and men over
 60 respectively, while Marilyn Horne is in 5th place in the women over 55
 despite having only run two races so far. In the senior men, Nick Twomey,
 Ian Kenton and Ted Mockett are all in the top eight. Full details are on the
 Surrey Athletics Website here:

 The final League event is the Perseverance Wimbledon Dash 5km on Sunday 17th
 August - see above for details.

 SURREY ROAD RELAYS  Sunday 7th September at Wimbledon Park
 Owing to the unavailability of the Wimbledon Park track on the usual
 Saturday date, the county road relay championships have been moved to Sunday
 7th September starting at 12 noon. As usual the senior men's race will be
 over 6 stages of approximately 3 miles, the senior women, W35, M40 and M50
 events will be over 4 laps and the W45 and M60 will be over 3 laps. For the
 M50s and M60s only, contact Peter Fordham  peter_fordham@yahoo.com
 if you'd like to run (we were M50 silver medallists last year). For other
 age groups and women contact the captains if you're interested - see "What's
 Coming" below for contact details.   

 ROYAL PARKS HALF MARATHON  Sunday 12th October in London
 Tamsin Burland writes:
 "If you're looking for a place for the Royal Parks Half, Shooting Star have
 some places for 20 reg fee plus any sponsorship you can raise (i.e. no
 minimum).  Please contact Karen Peffer on 01932 823118. Please note,
 registration closes on 20th August.

 Your support will help us to provide vital care to local families who have a
 baby, child or teenager with a life-limiting condition.  We need to raise
 9.5 million every year just to maintain our current level of care. With
 just 10% of our income being provided by Government funding, we rely upon
 the money raised by our supporters at events like the Royal Parks
 Half-Marathon, to enable us to continue to offer our essential care services
 to families who are living in the most unimaginable circumstances."

 We have a vacancy for a new Trophies Steward. Alan Hedger wishes to give up
 the job after the forthcoming winter season, and the ideal thing would be to
 find a volunteer to replace him now, so that Alan could show him or her the
 ropes. It's an ideal job for someone who would like to contribute to the
 club but may not have time for a year-round commitment. The work of the
 Trophies Steward is concentrated into the few weeks leading up to our
 presentations evening in March. The duties are roughly these:
 1  Keep track of who holds each trophy
 2  A few weeks before the presentations evening in March, arrange for the
 trophies to be returned to you
 3  Have the trophies engraved with the names of the new winners
 4  Bring them all along to the presentations evening
 5  Ensure we have a good supply of club medals
 So you'd need somewhere to store the trophies temporarily - Alan uses his
 attic; and it would be convenient if you have an engraver near you. If
 you're interested, please have a word with Alan or reply to this e-news. 

 ...to all those Ranelagh Harriers who completed the Prudential Ride London
 100 in appalling weather conditions on Sunday.

 SOUTHERN COACHING CONFERENCE  Saturday 27th September at Lee Valley
 Athletics Centre 
 Julia Bailey at England Athletics writes:
 "This year's Southern Coaching Conference bookings are now open and if you
 book by 15th August you receive a 10 discount at 30 instead of 40.
 Follow the link:.
 This year we are offering new exciting workshops, for you and your members,
 these include: 
 Core or Trunk - what's the difference and how do you train it?
 Sight Loss Awareness and Guide Running Workshop
 Adapting Athletics - implementing the principles of the inclusion spectrum
 and STEP in run, jump and throw activities."

 Following so soon after the death of Mike McDowell we were very sorry to
 learn of the recent death of another senior Vice-President Jack Ellicock. A
 full obituary will follow. 

 ...are overdue! 
 Our rates are unchanged at 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.  Post your
 cheque to Membership Secretary, Ranelagh Harriers, 135a Petersham Road,
 Richmond, Surrey TW10 7AA or leave it in an envelope at the clubhouse. A
 Standing Order form is available from our website here: . For Bank Transfers, our
 account is at HSBC, sort code 40-23-29, account number 81109847; please add
 a message, for example SubscriptionJSmith. For any queries, e-mail the
 Membership Secretary aachrisowens@yahoo.co.uk . 

 Follow Ranelagh on Facebook.  

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

 Sunday 17th August             Perseverance Wimbledon Dash 5km. 9.30am
 start.   Details:. 

 Sunday 7th September         Surrey Road Relays. 12 noon start at Wimbledon

 Saturday 13th September       Thomas Cup 3.8 miles handicap in Richmond Park.
 Start in Richmond Park at 3pm, preceded by the annual club photograph (in
 the Park opposite the clubhouse) 

 parkruns every Saturday at 9am
 Bushy Park                            Diana Fountain car park
 Richmond Park                      Richmond Gate
 Wimbledon Common             Windmill car park
 Banstead Woods                  Car park off B2219 Park Lane, Chipstead
 Bedfont Lakes                       Bedfont Lakes Country Park, Ashford,
 Kingston                               The Hawker Centre
 Old Deer Park                        Pools in the Park on the A316
 Crane Park                             Near the Hospital Bridge Roundabout
 on the A316 in Twickenham
 Other venues, more details and registration at 
 2km junior parkruns for under 14s take place on the first Sunday of each
 month from Bushy Park's Teddington Gate (11am start) and from Savill Garden
 car park, Windsor Great Park (9.30am start), and also every Sunday at 9.30am
 in Wimbledon Park. 

 WEDDING DAY 7km  Friday 25th July in Bushy Park
 The Father Onn Mob Match Trophy for the club with the greatest number of
 finishers in the Wedding Day race (excluding organisers Stragglers) seems to
 have found a permanent home in the Ranelagh clubhouse. With almost 70
 finishers this year we would have taken some beating. It was great to see so
 many in the blue and gold on the starting line, including plenty of new
 faces. And so, happily we brought the trophy home again. But this time it
 had a partner. It's been a few years since we won either of the main team
 titles here but this year our leading four men Nick Twomey, Ted Mockett,
 Kris Davidson and Mark Herbert managed to steal away with the handsome red
 deer stag carving that forms the men's team prize. A little further down the
 field Howard Gleave took second place in the over 50 class. Megan De Silva
 was 7th overall in the women's race ahead of Marie Synnott-Wells and Becky

 STRAGGLERS JUNIOR HANDICAP 2km  Thursday 17th July at the Hawker Centre
 Colin Brett reports:
 "Race five of the six race series, and the title is getting closer. We have
 been expecting a backlash from our hosts and close neighbours all season but
 with summer holidays just starting the turnout was the lowest of the season
 with only 24 on the start line. Importantly 13 of them were wearing the blue
 and gold of Ranelagh (plus two more in the Minis race) and it was a dominant
 run from the squad, outscoring our nearest rivals Stragglers by 46 points to
 25 leaving us in an unassailable lead of 202 points to 112 with one race to

 Notable performances came from James Rushby, PB and first Boy, Olivia
 Ricketts, PB and first Gal, Harvey Bloomer big PB and third Boy, Sam Rushby
 PB.  Lydia Louw was the fastest Gal. However, as has been the case all
 season, this was a great team effort - better get the bubbles on ice
 (that'll be for Heather & me of course!!!!!!).  Race 6 is on the 28th of
 August, can team Ranelagh Harriers Juniors make it a clean sweep for the

 1   Daniel Rushby          14.06  (actual time 9.06)
 2   James Rushby           18.52  (8.52)
 4   Harvey Bloomer         19.20  (11.50)
 5   Sam Rushby             19.24  (10.24)
 7   Livvy Ricketts         19.41  (8.11)
 8   Astrid Roper           19.45  (10.45)
 9   S Andrews (unatt)      19.46  (7.46 - fastest boy) 
 11  Oliver Beal            19.48  (10.48)
 12  Juliet Ricketts        19.49  (9.19)
 14  Luke Maguire           19.50  (8.50)
 15  Arthur Louw            19.53  (8.53)
 16  Matthew Beal           19.53  (9.23)
 17  Lydia Louw             20.00  (8.00 - fastest girl)
 22  Josie Kearey           20.33  (9.33)
 24 finished

 Minis (500m)
 1   A Lafeuille (Strag)     2.36
 4   Ben Rushby              2.57 
 5   Afrah Sait              3.22  (2nd girl)

 Teams                             Overall after five races 
 1   Ranelagh H             46     1   Ranelagh H              202   
 2   Stragglers             25     2   Stragglers              112
 3   Sheen Shufflers        14     3   Sheen Shufflers          66
                                   4   St Mary's Richmond AC    32
                                   5   26.2 RRC                 29

 MABAC LEAGUE 5 miles  Tuesday 6th August on Wimbledon Common
 As usual, the MABAC race held on a Tuesday evening on the other side of the
 A3 on Wimbledon Common attracted a good crowd from Ranelagh - at least a
 couple of dozen. Libby Brown led our contingent ahead of Simon Burrell and
 Jo Sinton-Hewitt. There are some anomalies in the published results, so the
 following might not be quite correct.

 1   M Nutt (Wimb W)        28.06
 96  Libby Brown            37.19
 106 Simon Burrell          38.00
 158 Jo Sinton-Hewitt       41.58
 178 Claire McKenzie        43.48
 196 Lorna Smith            46.14
 205 Scarlett Cawley        48.11
 209 Rachel Allen           48.36
 213 Ally Salisbury         49.15
 214 Heather Martingell     49.30
 224 Maeve Quigley          50.53
 226 Christine David        51.44
 228 Cindy Croucher         52.21
 229 Deborah Blakemore      52.36
 233 Bronwyn Northmore      53.46
 240 Katie Walton           55.23
 1 lap (2.5 miles)
 1   N Seaman (DMV)         23.37
 7   Katrina Roche          31.08
 8   Mary Malone            31.25
 11  Tanya Allen            34.54
 15  Tracey Small           36.04
 16  Penny Merrett          36.28
 17  Libby Brown            37.19
 18  Deirdre Inman          37.27
 20  Wally Garrod           39.21
 23  Bev Ali                40.18
 25  Pat Hewlett            42.36
 Marie Synnott-Wells was fourth woman overall and first in the over 45

 1   R Evans (unatt)        1:20.33  (chip time 1:20.31)
 41  S Marc (unatt)         1:34.17  (1:34.06 - 1st woman)
 64  Marie Synnott-Wells    1:38.14  (1:37.58)
 294 Heather Martingell     1:59.14  (1:58.01)   

 JAMES HERRIOT TRAIL RUN 14km  Sunday 28th July at Castle Bolton
 1   M Jefferies (Bill M)   54.48
 4   J Briscoe (Wake)       58.23  (1st woman)
 91  Phil Jackson           78.53

 Nick Twomey just missed the podium but Caoimhe Bamber, 5th woman overall,
 was first over 40.

 1   A Plant (Sheff)        1:17.14  (chip time 1:17.12)
 4   Nick Twomey            1:21.42  (1:21.41)
 8   Geoff Bamber           1:25.13  (1:25.09)
 16  C Penlington (unatt)   1:27.50  (1:27.45 - 1st woman)
 69  Caoimhe Bamber         1:39.43  (1:39.38)

 BRITISH MASTERS TRACK CHAMPIONSIPS  Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th August at
 Running in the colours of Veterans AC, Liz Kipling secured a brilliant
 1500m/5000m double in the W40 class to show that she is finally fit and
 healthy again after a nightmare couple of years. First came the 1500m where
 Liz recorded 4:53.03 to win with some 11 seconds to spare. There was a
 closer finish in the following day's 5000m but Liz prevailed by five seconds
 in a time of 18:01.57.

 RICHMOND PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 26th July
 1   S Barrett (Serp)       16.50
 10  Richard Holme          19.25
 40  P Wilkins (unatt)      22.30  (1st woman)   
 72  Colin Rogal            24.59
 86  Tomas Sterner          25.48
 87  Michael Sikora         25.51
 100 Ally Salisbury         26.49
 166 Val Lowman             29.59
 201 Katie Walton           32.58
 205 Michelle Martinez      33.07
 220 Penny Merrett          34.53  
 238 Pat Hewlett            43.28
 239 Bev Ali                43.29

 BUSHY PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 26th July
 1   Unknown                14.50
 17  Nick Wright            18.43 
 34  H Lidbetter (unatt)    20.21  (1st woman)
 260 Ian Grange             24.13
 330 Alan Davidson          25.21
 573 Kirsty Bangham         29.26  
 788 Wally Garrod           37.48
 810 John Hanscomb          41.46

 CRANE PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 26th July
 1   J Stones (unatt)       19.17
 9   Tom Kearey             21.38
 19  A Brooks (Bearcat)     23.03  (1st woman)    
 84  Cindy Croucher         32.36
 95  Allison Rainey         36.48
 96  Deirdre Inman          36.49
 99  Clare Hulacki          39.00
 100 Lexi Slaughter         39.25
 102 Waldron Slaughter      41.32
 104 Su Clark               47.59  

 OLD DEER PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 26th July
 Trevor Maguire and Craig Maclellan were second and third.

 1   R Ward (Belgrave)      17.05
 2   Trevor Maguire         18.15
 3   Craig Maclellan        18.31  
 16  B Farr (unatt)         21.37  (1st woman)
 33  Vanessa McConkey       27.02
 49  Lorna Smith            33.14
 50  Deborah Blakemore      33.14

 KINGSTON parkrun 5km  Saturday 26th July
 Wiebke Kortum was the leading woman. 

 1   M Kossatz (Unatt)      17.59
 14  Chris Camacho          21.13
 16  Wiebke Kortum          21.19  (1st woman) 
 69  Matthew Beal           31.37
 70  Oliver Beal            31.38
 74  Annemarie Goodridge    31.51

 GUNNERSBURY parkrun 5km  Saturday 26th July
 1   R Agostinho (Ealing E) 17.36
 4   R Ponder (West 4)      18.43  (1st woman)
 5   Michael Moran          18.49
 31  Steve Aikin            21.30
 48  Eugenio Carmo          22.29
 80  Amrut Sharma           24.03
 95  Carol Aikin            25.06
 121 Sue Camp               26.49
 140 Deepa Sharma           28.24
 161 Jackie Dunkley         30.09
 168 Christine David        31.10
 181 Tracey Small           32.13    

 NORTHALA FIELDS parkrun 5km  Saturday 26th July
 Mark Herbert finished third.

 1   R Wilson (Highgate)    16.22
 3   Mark Herbert           18.26
 6   A Concannon (Warw U)   19.58  (1st woman)
 12  Paul Sinton-Hewitt     21.20
 49  Jo Sinton-Hewitt       25.53 

 OTHER parkruns  (Saturday 26th July)...
 Andover: 105 Mary Hickson 29.19,  108 Chris Wright 29.52
 Lanhydrock: 25 Michelle Davies 25.04,  37 Lee Davies 26.23,  52 Mike White
 Forest of Dean: 21 Bruce McLaren 22.42
 Frimley Lodge: 91 Sonia Rowland 23.25,  180 Steve Rowland 26.48
 Bognor Regis: 44 David Rowe 19.22
 Fountains Abbey: 57 Nigel Coombes 26.46
 Dartford: 88 Peter Fordham 24.28
 Nostell Priory: 64 Phil Jackson 23.21

 RICHMOND PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 2nd August
 Gemma Cory took third place in the women's section.

 1   T Pocock (E&E)         18.04 
 2   H Cowan (unatt)        18.25  (1st woman)  
 10  Richard Holme          19.33
 24  Alberto Esguevillas    20.39
 33  Gemma Cory             21.27
 42  Steve Aikin            21.52
 71  Amrut Sharma           23.26
 80  Rachel Findlay         23.51
 87  Carol Aikin            24.12
 96  Michael Sikora         25.08
 99  Eugenio Carmo          25.23
 106 Simon Taylor           25.39
 121 Rob Kitchen            26.36
 137 Lorna Smith            27.31
 169 Deepa Sharma           28.57    
 176 Val Lowman             29.11
 187 Andrew Brown           29.46
 209 Peter Lowman           31.36
 222 Bronwen Northmore      32.51
 224 Tony Clark             32.59    
 239 Pat Hewlett            38.39

 BUSHY PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 2nd August
 1   A Villard (Strags)     16.30
 3   B Proctor (AFD)        17.29  (1st woman)
 5   Ted Mockett            17.41
 6   Nick Twomey            17.50
 82  Bruce McLaren          21.05
 229 Sophie Spink           23.41
 343 Teresa Segovia         25.27
 550 Mary Hickson           28.50
 782 Danny Hobbs            36.23  
 800 Wally Garrod           37.27
 828 John Hanscomb          41.15

 CRANE PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 2nd August
 1   M Hollywood (Thames T) 18.54
 22  A Brooks (Bearcat)     22.54  (1st woman)    
 41  Rachel Allen           26.23
 62  Peter Martingell       31.33
 65  Tanya Allen            31.58
 67  Cindy Croucher         32.03
 68  Tracey Small           32.09
 71  Deirdre Inman          32.57
 74  Lexi Slaughter         34.07
 75  Su Clark               35.33  

 OLD DEER PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 2nd August
 Trevor Maguire and Craig Maclellan were first and second this week, with Mel
 Davison as third woman.

 1   Trevor Maguire         17.58
 2   Craig Maclellan        18.28
 8   Stewart Anderson       20.24
 13  Phil Roberts           21.39    
 14  H Bye (Herc W)         21.44  (1st woman)
 21  Mel Davison            23.12
 33  Kris Davidson          26.08  
 57  Deborah Blakemore      35.58

 KINGSTON parkrun 5km  Saturday 2nd August
 Nick Wright was first in. 

 1   Nick Wright            18.10
 19  Chris Camacho          21.16
 37  D Teasdale (unatt)     23.23  (1st woman) 
 58  Hannah Doyle           25.20

 BEDFONT LAKES parkrun 5km  Saturday 2nd August
 Peter Haarer finished second.

 1   T Haughian (SMR)       16.24
 2   Peter Haarer           16.48
 5   J Peters (Woking)      19.45  (1st woman)
 8   Jamie West             20.24
 27  Michelle Davies        22.30
 30  Lee Davies             22.52

 OTHER parkruns  (Saturday 2nd August)...
 Southsea: 49 Alan Davidson 23.58,  82 Sue Camp 26.44
 Nonsuch: 261 Jackie Dunkley 29.10
 Wormwood Scrubs: 32 Melissa Glackin 26.12,  33 Pete Warren 26.26
 Barnsley: 23 Paul Sinton-Hewitt 22.38,  61 Jo Sinton-Hewitt 26.12
 Bognor Regis: 44 David Rowe 19.22
 Harrogate: 204 Nigel Coombes 30.35
 Yeovil Montacute: 26 Mike White 27.02
 Tonbridge: 69 Chris Wright 25.49
 Pontefract: 40 Phil Jackson 23.17

 RICHMOND PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 9th August
 1   S Barrett (Serp)       17.07
 17  Stewart Anderson       20.45
 19  C Aitken (unatt)       20.51  (1st woman)  
 28  Steve Aikin            21.50
 34  Karen Weir             22.06
 36  Lydia Louw             22.17
 70  Carol Aikin            24.20
 89  Daniel Rushby          25.09
 90  James Rushby           25.09
 96  Arthur Louw            25.25    
 101 Michael Sikora         25.39
 157 Sam Rushby             28.12
 158 Andrew Brown           28.13
 162 Phil Rushby            28.22
 224 Peter Lowman           31.33
 228 Katie Walton           32.03
 237 Penny Merrett          33.12   
 269 Pat Hewlett            42.50

 BUSHY PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 9th August
 1   J McDonnell (Luton)    14.44
 9   Ted Mockett            17.27
 10  Ian Kenton             17.32
 15  H Munn (Kettering)     17.54  (1st woman)
 19  Nick Wright            18.11
 122 Bruce McLaren          21.35
 151 Julia Bailey           22.08
 443 Kirsty Bangham         26.53
 587 Jackie Dunkley         29.28
 620 Matthew Beal           30.21
 622 Oliver Beal            30.24
 CRANE PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 9th August
 Nick Twomey was third.

 1   A O'Brien (WSE&H)      17.16
 3   Nick Twomey            17.54
 9   L Killip (Strag)       20.37  (1st woman)    
 12  Simon Burrell          21.02
 54  Lorna Smith            26.27
 65  Rachel Allen           27.55
 74  Jo Sinton-Hewitt       28.25
 76  Hannah Doyle           28.28
 77  Ally Salisbury         28.29
 81  Deborah Blakemore      29.33
 83  Heather Martingell     29.37
 91  Tracey Small           32.41
 92  Deirdre Inman          32.45
 96  Clare Hulacki          36.41      
 100 Su Clark               40.08
 101 Waldron Slaughter      40.10
 102 Lexi Slaughter         40.11  

 KINGSTON parkrun 5km  Saturday 9th August
 Wiebke Kortum was the leading woman again.

 1   C Wilson (26.2)        18.33 
 18  Chris Camacho          20.49
 26  Wiebke Kortum          21.48  (1st woman) 
 52  Simon Taylor           25.12
 77  Annemarie Goodridge    30.39

 GUNNERSBURY parkrun 5km  Saturday 9th August
 Craig Maclellan was runner-up.

 1   J Hughes (D3 Tri)      18.05
 2   Craig Maclellan        18.42 
 6   I Rea (West 4)         19.30  (1st woman)

 BEDFONT LAKES parkrun 5km  Saturday 9th August
 Becky Hall was the second woman to finish.

 1   D Harris (Strag)       18.53
 6   J Peters (Woking)      19.55  (1st woman)
 9   Alberto Esguevillas    20.28
 20  Becky Hall             21.37
 38  Amrut Sharma           23.06
 105 Deepa Sharma           29.13
 122 Tony Clark             30.32  

 HACKNEY MARSHES parkrun 5km  Saturday 9th August
 Carl Selya-Hammer finished second.

 1   T Stasionis (Eton M)   16.20
 2   Carl Selya-Hammer      16.38     
 18  C Parker (E London)    20.27  (1st woman) 

 WESTPORT parkrun 5km  Saturday 9th August
 Trevor Maguire was third.

 1   B Conway (Westport)    16.56
 3   Trevor Maguire         18.16     
 9   C McLoughlin (West)    20.42  (1st woman)
 35  Luke Maguire           26.33
 37  Paula Maguire          27.00 

 OTHER parkruns  (Saturday 9th August)...
 Southsea: 78 Alan Davidson 24.31
 Wimbledon Common: 24 Simon Ogle 20.16,  162 Teresa Segovia 26.22,
 255 Wall y Garrod 38.37 
 Grovelands Enfield:: 22 Peter Fordham 24.05,  31 Nick Fordham 24.53
 Bognor Regis: 8 David Rowe 19.57,  135 Sharon Rowe 35.42
 Darlington South: 68 Nigel Coombes 26.39
 Reading: 201 Louise Atkinson 30.58
 Fountains Abbey: 30 Phil Jackson 22.47
 Brockwell: 66 James Whistler 18.31
 Yeovil Montacute: 112 Lynne Barber 31.38

 This comes from the USATF:
 "A five-man relay team of runners in their 90s set three world records at
 the USATF Masters Outdoor Championships in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
 The team consisted of Champion Goldy Sr., 97; Orville Rogers, 96; Charles
 Ross, 91; Charles Boyle, 91; and Roy Englert, 92. 
 The quartet of Ross, Rogers, Englert, and Goldy Sr. set the 4 x 100-meter
 record of 2:22. The team of Ross, Charles, Englert, and Boyle ran 12:41 in
 the 4 x 400-meter relay and 28:17 in the 4 x 800-meter relay. 
 According to the Winston-Salem Journal  Video: , the team of
 90-plus-year-olds is the oldest to run relays, which made them automatic
 world record holders after they crossed the finish line. 
 'When I first heard it had never been done before, I said, 'Why not do it
 and get some world records?'' Ross told the Winston-Salem Journal. 
 Here is the USATF video
 of the relay team racing the 4x100