Newsdesk 2017

 RANELAGH HARRIERS E-NEWS # 504               30th June 2017
 Editor: Steve Rowland
 mailto: sandsrowland@btinternet.com  

 *  Congrats to Race Director Rick Jenner and team for another successful
     Richmond 10k
 *  Phil Wicks (Belgrave) and Hannah Irwin (Guildford & Godalming) are the
     individual winners
 *  Jake Waldron and Laura Blazey lead our 74 finishers
 *  Jake, the men's team and Marie Synnott-Wells win county championship
 *  The Stragglers defeat us in our mini-mob match at the Bushy parkrun
 *  Ian Kenton and Laura Blazey lead our mob of 70
 *  Ranelagh juniors place second in race 3 of the Junior Handicap series   
 *  Four Ranelagh teams take part in the TH&H Parkland Relay and two complete
     the South Downs Way Marathon Relay 
 *  Nichola Jackson finishes 5th (and 4th counter for England) in the World
     Mountain Running Champs Trials and Home Countries International
 *  Next GP events Elmore 7 miles, Elmbridge 10km (ENTRIES CLOSED) and
     Wedding Day 7km 
 *  Club AGM on Tuesday 4th July
 *  Coad Cup summer handicap on Tuesday 11th July
 *  Subscriptions for 2017/18 are now due

 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 have receive an agenda and
 annual reports last week, but if not please reply to this email.

 COAD CUP summer 5 miles handicap Tuesday 11th July in Richmond Park starting
 at 7.15pm
 This is our annual summer cross-country handicap in Richmond Park. For those
 unfamiliar with handicaps, take a look at our website here:. That also shows a course
 map, and it's as well to familiarise yourself with the route. All members
 are welcome to take part and there's no entry fee. However, please help us
 out in two ways: first, please arrive earlier than your normal Tuesday time
 if at all possible. If you all arrive at once there will be a queue for
 registration and we'll be late getting the race underway. Secondly, if
 you're a new member or haven't raced in a club event, please contact our
 hard-working handicapper Angus Cater to give him some idea of what time you
 take for a parkrun or a 10k or similar. This will allow him to assign you a
 handicap in advance rather than trying to work it out on the evening of the
 race. This doesn't commit you to running! Contact Angus
 angus.cater@gmail.com .

 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."

 ...for 2017-18 are now due. England Athletics' deadline is 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 aachrisowens@yahoo.co.uk. 

 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. 

 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 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 200 have already been taken, including 24 from Ranelagh, so
 enter quickly 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
 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 50 Ranelagh are
 amongst the 450 already entered. Once again, 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). 

 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
 andy.bickerstaff@goodrunguide.co.uk ." 

 There are two races left in the joint Stragglers/Ranelagh junior handicap
 series. These are on Thursday 13th July and Thursday 31st August, both at
 the Hawker Centre in Ham. Registration is from 7pm for a 7.30pm start. 

 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.  

 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."

 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:.

 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:.

 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  )      

 Tuesday 4th July               Annual General Meeting. 8.30pm in the

 Wednesday 5th July          Wimbledon Common Trail Race 8 miles. 7pm start -
 see above.

 Tuesday 11th July             Coad Cup 5 miles summer handicap in Richmond
 Park. 7.15pm start. All members welcome - see above. 

 Thursday 13th July            Junior Handicap series race 5 at the Hawker
 Centre. 7.30pm start - see above.

 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

 RANELAGH RICHMOND 10k Sunday 18th June at Ham.
 Our Australian readers like to scoff at us feeble Poms when we complain of
 racing in hot weather. But surely this time we were justified, as
 thermometers reached the mid-30s on a course which offered little enough
 shade. It was too much for some: twenty or more headed for home after one
 lap and the first aid people were kept busy as runners wobbled through the
 finishing funnel. Happily there was no lasting damage. After some
 re-hydration and a lie-down in the shade everyone was fit to get home under
 their own steam - if that's the right word to use.. 

 Given the conditions, times were quite reasonable, though winner Phil Wicks
 took almost a minute longer this year than he had in taking the title last
 year. Wisely no-one tried to go with him, and just like in the Dorking 10m a
 couple of weeks ago we soon had two races - Wicks in one and the rest in
 another. Kent veteran Chris Greenwood at least kept Wicks in sight and was a
 clear second while Ranelagh's Jake Waldron was third. Jake was one of those
 who needed some attention at the finish but he soon recovered. As Greenwood
 is not Surrey-qualified Jake took the silver medal in the county
 championship which as usual was incorporated into this race. There was
 another county silver for Jake in the team competition where he, Nick Impey
 and Ian Kenton finished as runners-up to Reigate Priory. Remarkably, Nick's
 34.11 in 8th place was a new PB. In the open team race (i.e. including
 non-Surrey athletes) it was Carl Selya-Hammer who joined Jake and Nick in
 taking the second prize wine. Ted Mockett was our next man in after Ian, and
 he was chased home by Steve Whitehead who placed 8th in the M40 category.
 James Winch and Richard Kimber finished in the 37s and another eight RH made
 it home inside 40 minutes.  

 The women's race was even more clear-cut than the men's. 18 year-old
 waif-like Hannah Irwin representing Guildford recorded an impressive 35.47,
 over a minute clear of Epsom and Ewell's Isabel Brinsden. Laura Blazey was
 our first finisher in 13th place and she was followed by the very
 inexperienced Adrienne Baddeley who recorded an excellent 42.20 in her first
 serious 10k. The very experienced Marie Synnott-Wells was next home, taking
 a bronze medal in the W45 Surrey championship. Becky Northmore was next,
 then also inside 50 minutes were Elisa Ferrua and newcomer Niamh Holt. 

 There were 74 Ranelagh finishers in all, and it's a great effort on our part
 that so many are able to run while we still find enough marshals, water
 station attendants and so on to ensure an enjoyable and safe race. This
 doesn't happen on its own! Race Director Rick Jenner and his team did
 another great job, and Rick adds:
 "Thank you to everyone that took part in the Ranelagh Harriers Richmond 10k
 on Sunday. Well done to the runners who managed well in the pretty
 unbearable heat. And a huge thank you to everyone who volunteered and made
 the race possible. I have had a lot of positive feedback about the race and
 the marshals in particular for making it the fun event it is. Massive
 gratitude to Hannah (for co-ordinating all the volunteers and getting the
 new t-shirts), Niall for getting up early to manage the start and finish,
 Hugh for cycling down from north London to put up signs and be lead bike,
 and of course Alan for being our starter once again. And whoever it was who
 had the idea of setting up a sprinkler at the water station - great
 thinking! Next year I would either like to hand the Director reins to
 someone else or will need more help with some crucial roles - if either is
 of interest drop me an email to ranelagh10k@gmail.com."

 Do get in touch with Rick if you think you can help...meanwhile, many many
 thanks go to him and to all those involved. 

 Following the race we enjoyed our annual barbecue back at the clubhouse.
 Some 35-40 members attended and the limited shade was much sought after as
 the mid-afternoon sun beat down. Thanks to Michele Gibson and Andy Hayward
 for organisation before the day, and to Ewa Soltys and a number of guest
 barbecuers for keeping us fed and watered on the day itself.       

 MINI MOB MATCH v THE STRAGGLERS  Saturday 24th June at Bushy Park
 This was the ninth mini-mob match between ourselves and Strags but the first
 to contest the new Rothwell-Wright Shield commemorating Straggler Nigel
 Rothwell and our own Peter Wright. Prior to today the series total was four
 each and Strags were evidently all out to take the lead. It was a "home"
 fixture for them - held in conjunction with the normal Saturday morning
 Bushy parkrun - and they pulled out all the stops to ensure a massive mob of
 143 runners.  Our total of 70 was fair but inevitably we were swamped. 

 We managed to supply the first three home in the shape of Ian Kenton, Greg
 Atkins and Steve Whitehead, and Kris Davidson and Duncan Mallison also made
 the top ten. Things were fairly even up to the first thirty or so, but
 thereafter, Stragglers' weight of numbers began to tell and the gap between
 the two totals inexorably climbed. It was 67 a side to score and the final
 result was a win for The Stragglers by 3610 to 6546.

 Laura Blazey and Ria Woodfield were the leading two women, with Adrienne
 Baddeley and Becky Curtis-Hall 4th and 5th.  It was good to see a number of
 juniors taking part, as well as a pair of over-80s!  

 Richmond Park
 This was the third race in the six event series. We were the hosts and by
 most reckoning we were the most successful team on the day. We provided the
 biggest contingent - 21 out of 66 finishers - Ranelagh runners filled 3rd,
 4th, 5th, 6th and 8th places in the handicap and the fastest girl and boy
 were from Ranelagh. But unfortunately most of the front finishers were
 first-timers and therefore didn't score highly, while the fastest finishers
 were too far down the field in the handicap to score much either. So the
 team result saw another win for the Flaming Penguins with 46 points to
 Ranelagh's 33, giving a cumulative total of 122 to 90.

 Our first finisher in 3rd place was Jack Donovan, pursued by Alfie Williams
 4th and Jack's sister Megan in 5th. Matty Key and Luke Maguire completed our
 front-running pack, with Luke officially 2nd boy home after all the first
 timers were excluded. Fastest time was set by Tom Armstrong who recorded
 7.20 down the field in 46th place.  Joe Murphy and Alistair Brendon were two
 of only three other runners to beat 8 minutes but they too were well down
 the field. Just outside 8 minutes was Harriet Wiltshire with the fastest
 girls' time of 8.08.  

 In the individual standings Alfie Lafeuille is in 2nd place, Nathaniel Bond
 is 6th, Angus O'Brien 8th and Luke Maguire 12th. 

 1   O Woolmer (unatt)         16.22  (actual time 11.22 - 1st gal)
 3   Jack Donovan (Ranelagh)   16.49  (8.49)
 4   Alfie Williams (Rane)     17.08  (9.08)
 5   Megan Donovan (Rane)      17.51  (12.51)
 6   Matty Key (Ranelagh)      17.59  (9.59)  
 7   J Norman (Coombe Hill)    18.03  (10.33 - 1st boy)
 8   Luke Maguire (Ranelagh)   18.20  (8.20 - 2nd boy)
 19  Ben Riedel                19.40  (8.10)
 24  Matthew Beal              19.51  (8.21)
 25  Alfie Lafeuille           19.51  (8.51)
 31  Daniel Rushby             19.58  (8.28)
 32  Nathaniel Bond            20.00  (9.00)
 38  Harriet Wiltshire         20.08  (8.08 - fastest girl)
 41  Joe Murphy                20.12  (7.42)
 42  Harry Armstrong           20.13  (8.13)
 44  James Rushby              20.15  (8.45)
 45  Alistair Brendon          20.16  (7.46)
 46  Tom Armstrong             20.20  (7.20 - fastest boy)
 47  Ben Rushby                20.28  (10.58)
 49  Oliver Beal               20.31  (9.31)
 53  Sam Rushby                20.46  (9.16)
 59  James Ricketts            21.18  (13.18)
 63  Angus O'Brien             21.29  (12.59)

 1   Flaming Penguins          46  (total 122)
 2   Ranelagh Harriers         33  (90)
 3   Sheen Shufflers           19  (36)
 4   Coombe Hill School        17  (35)
 5   The Stragglers             9  (26)
 11 teams represented         

 1   L Hughes (unatt)          2.16
 2   Remy Lafeuille (Rane)     2.48
 4   Cian O'Brien              3.06          

 THAMES HARE & HOUNDS PARKLAND RELAY  Wednesday 14th June in Richmond Park
 Peter Fordham took on men's captaincy chores for the day, as he never misses
 an opportunity to sell this race. Certainly you could find a lot less
 enjoyable things to do than running in a low key relay in the middle of the
 Park on a bright and warm summer's evening. We had four teams of four out,
 two senior men and two veteran men. Probably the best performance came from
 Vets A who, anchored strongly by Kris Davidson, finished 16th overall but
 4th amongst the vets teams and only 4 seconds behind 3rd place. Ranelagh A
 finished 8th with Ted Mockett running a speedy last stage, Ranelagh B were
 28th with an eye-catching lap 3 from Chris Bundhun and likewise for Vets B
 Simon Martin an lap 3 was the fastest for the team that placed 33rd out of
 53 complete men's teams.    

 1   Thames Hare & Hounds      58.54
 8   Ranelagh A                64.40
     Dave Lawley          16.02
     Richard Kimber       16.18
     Allan Whatmough      16.48
     Ted Mockett          15.32
 16  Ranelagh Vets A           68.59
     Michael Morris       17.41
     Rick Jenner          17.02
     Vaughan Ramsay       17.52
     Kris Davidson        16.24
 28  Ranelagh B                73.28
     Simon Lawrence       21.40
     Patrick Butlin       17.46
     Chris Bundhun        16.45
     Mark Herbert         17.17
 33  Ranelagh Vets B           76.37
     Gordon Whitson       20.04
     Stephen Logue        20.24
     Simon Martin         17.55
     Paul Sinton-Hewitt   18.14  
 SOUTH DOWNS WAY MARATHON RELAY  Saturday 17th June  Slindon to Petersfield
 Two Ranelagh teams of four took part: an "Intermediate 1" team comprising
 Wiebke Kortum, Chris Read, Elisa Ferrua and Amelia Churnside and an "Old
 Friends" team of Michael White, Alison Dicks, Jar O'Brien and a friend of
 Michael's. The four stages were 7.5m, 5.6m, 6.9m and 6.2m, making up the
 26.2 miles Marathon distance  Chris Read writes:
 "The race was well organised and scenic, although the hills were tough,
 especially in view of the hot weather.  It was an enjoyable event, with more
 than 90 teams completing the course.  Wiebke's Intermediate 1 team came 13th
 and  Michael's Old Friends were 42nd. Somewhat surprisingly despite being
 made to run up and down hills in temperatures of 30C we were still all
 friends at the end of the day."

 1   Team Tunbridge Wells      2:46.30
 13  Ranelagh Intermediate 1   3:38.06
 42  Ranelagh Old Friends      4:08.49        

 Sunday 18th June at Sedbergh
 Nic Jackson was the fourth counter for the winning England team on a 12.6km
 course in the Howgill Hills featuring 866 metres ascent and descent. Nic
 writes on Facebook: "So unbelievably hot at Sedbergh today, chuffed with 5th
 overall and 1st team with the England girls".
 1   K Walshaw (Eng)     61.47
 5   Nichola Jackson     65.14

 SRI CHINMOY MIDSUMMER 10k  Saturday 24th June
 1   D Jordan (unatt)    33.21
 27  Martin Halvey       39.43  (3rd M50)  

 MARATHON du MONT BLANC  Sunday 25th June at Chamonix, France
 Marina Quayle writes on Facebook: "It's the morning after the Mont Blanc
 marathon and I'm still feeling so happy and relieved that I managed to
 finish within the cut off time. The course was tough with 2700 m of altitude
 gain but the finish at Plan Praz made it worth it with amazing views of Mont
 Blanc and a great atmosphere."

 1   M Kimmel (USA)      4:40.36
 303 Marina Quayle       9:23.02      

 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 17th June

 Bushy Park
 Euan SINCLAIR (jnr) 19:16, James WHISTLER 19:26, Toby COOPER 19:57, Finlay
 SINCLAIR (jnr) 23:12, Simon ROTHWELL 23:32, Amy COOPER 26:50, Ashleigh
 FERRIS 28:08, Colette DORAN 28:53, Linda HONEY 29:10, Jackie DUNKLEY 31:16,
 Wally GARROD 40:04, John HANSCOMB 54:08

 Wimbledon Common
 Ben SHORE 20:34

 Richmond Park
 John HOBSON 21:19, Alberto ESGUEVILLAS 21:42, Amrut SHARMA 23:24, Sally K
 YAU 26:00, Tomas STERNER 29:10, Michael SIKORA 29:58, Andrew BROWN 30:09,
 Ewa SOLTYS 33:46, Martin CLARK 42:46, Phil AIKEN 44:44

 Old Deer Park
 Kris DAVIDSON 19:16, Stephen AIKIN 22:30, Bobby JACKSON 22:47, Aoife
 KILPATRICK 31:53, Katrina ROCHE 33:51, Deborah BLAKEMORE 38:14

 Hampstead Heath
 Katie WALTON 35:58

 Nick WRIGHT 19:43, Chris CATO 23.:31, Rachel REVETT 24:32, Kirsty NOBLE

 Evelyn JOSLIN 30:15

 Chris WRIGHT 24:59

 Penny MERRETT 33:01

 Su CLARK 36:09

 Gloucester North
 Ian ATKINSON 20:32

 Princes Park, Liverpool
 Anna MALLETT 28:27

 Wormwood Scrubs
 Pete WARREN 28:22, Melissa GLACKIN 28:37

 Crane Park
 Nick Twomey and Dan Little were first and third home.
 Nicholas TWOMEY 17:55, Daniel LITTLE 19:35, Kevin JACQUES 23:40, Claire
 WARNER 24:53, Heather MARTINGELL 24:59, Rebecca NORTHMORE 25:36, Kevin
 KEAREY 26:51, Josie KEAREY (jnr) 26:52, Ann KEAREY 26:55, Christine DAVID
 30:42, Victoria ORME 31:35, Hilary THOMSON 32:55, Tanya ALLEN 35:51, Cindy
 CROUCHER 35:53, Duncan BELL 42:19, Nigel COOMBES 52:12 

 Mark Herbert was first finisher.
 Mark HERBERT 19:19, Becky CURTIS-HALL 28:09, Rob CURTIS 28:12

 Michael OSBORNE 23:22

 Reigate Priory
 Duncan MALLISON 22:31

 Paul SINTON-HEWITT 21:50, Clare FOWLER 25:43, Karen WEIR 26:03, Jo
 SINTON-HEWITT 28:42, Fiona PUGH 31:05

 Matt SOWTON 22:24

 Paul HODGES 21:48

 Underwood Park
 Alex FORDHAM 20:49 

 parkruns 5km Saturday 24th June

 Bushy Park
 See Mini-Mob Match above

 Wimbledon Common
 Su ClARK 37:15

 Richmond Park
 Nick Impey was the third finisher.
 Nick IMPEY 17:12, Jess HARBERT (jnr) 23:06, Matt SOWTON 23:16, Ellie
 LUXMOORE (jnr) 23:55, Cecily DAY (jnr) 25:15, Clare DAY 26:41, Michael
 SIKORA 28:43, Andrew BROWN 32:12

 Old Deer Park
 Stephen AIKIN 22:08, Christopher READ 23:35, Grace MUNRO (jnr) 24:03, Lorna
 SMITH 29:05, Katie WALTON 36:55, Deborah BLAKEMORE 36:56

 Kirsty NOBLE 24:41, James McLAUCHLAN (jnr) 25:12, Charlie McLAUCHLAN (jnr)

 Chris WRIGHT 27:35

 Niamh HOLT 23:10

 Gloucester North
 John ATKINSON 21:04

 Julia BAILEY 21:44

 Jackie DUNKLEY 30:00

 Peter FORDHAM 31:40

 Wormwood Scrubs
 Pete WARREN 28:10

 Crane Park
 Nick Twomey was the second finisher.
 Nick TWOMEY 17:53, Eric PLUE 20:14, Christine DAVID 30:08, Penny MERRETT
 31:53, Nigel COOMBES 44:29

 Jonathan Moore led the field.
 Jonathan MOORE 19:00

 Great Cornard
 Ted Mockett was also a winner.
 Ted MOCKETT 17:32, Ellen van KEULEN 26:21  

 Swansea Bay
 Nick FORDHAM 20:46

 Peter WEIR 21:23, Karen WEIR 24:42, Ally PICKARD 27:17

 Paul HODGES 21:31
 Junior parkruns 2km Sunday 18th June

 Sonny Maund was the first finisher.
 Sonny MAUND 7:13, Alistair BRENDON 8:20, Ewan LORIMER 8:51 

 A world record total number of 386,050 applicants from the UK and overseas
 registered for a ballot place in the 2018 Virgin Money London Marathon when
 the application system closed on May 5. Of that number, 327,516 were from
 the UK... 73,586 up from the previous UK applicant record of 253,930 for the
 2017 event - an increase of nearly 29%. Just over 58% of the UK applications
 were from people who have never run a marathon and more than 45% were women
 (also a new record). Hugh Brasher, Event Director for London Marathon
 Events, said: "It's fantastic that more than 191,000 people from the UK have
 been inspired to apply to run a marathon for the first time in 2018. In
 1981, less than 300 of the 6300 finishers were women. More than 149,000
 women from the UK have applied to run next year and, in another first, there
 were more female than male first time marathon runners from the UK who
 applied this year (51.7% v 48.3%).