Newsdesk 2018

 RANELAGH HARRIERS E-NEWS # 526               10th May 2018
 Editor: Steve Rowland
 mailto: sandsrowland@btinternet.com  

 HEADLINE NEWS                                                                     
 *  Thanks to all involved in a successful Ranelagh Richmond Half Marathon
 *  Andrius Jakcevicius (Belgrave) and Olivia Matthews (Clapham) are the
     individual winners
 *  Ted Mockett is Ranelagh’s leading man in 14th
 *  Holly McGuigan is Ranelagh’s leading woman in 3rd place
 *  Good runs from our juniors in the Stragglers/Ranelagh handicap series
 *  Green Belt Relay and Sutton 10km coming up
 *  Subscriptions are due…
 *  Safety reminder
 *  Ian Milne

 We have been requested by the Dysart to remind everyone of a few safety
 • Please don’t drive into the Dysart car park at any time.
 • When arriving or leaving on a bike please dismount and walk across the car
 • When starting or finishing runs, please walk rather than run across the
 car park.

 ...for 2018-19 are now due.
 The club membership fee includes the England Athletics registration and 
 despite another increase in the England Athletics registration fee to £15,
 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 aachrisowens@yahoo.co.uk. 

 Once a member has paid her/his Club Subscription for the year, then the 
 Club pays to England Athletics the annual registration fee. When the Club
 first registers a member with England Athletics (EA), apart from paying the
 registration fee, the Club provides to EA the member’s title, name, date of
 birth, competitive status and address. 
 Please be aware that only EA Registered athletes may compete in competitions
 under UK Athletics Rules. The EA registration expires annually on 1 April
 each year and athletes are considered Unregistered by UK Athletics and hence
 ineligible to compete in UK Athletics sanctioned events if the registration
 fee remains unpaid after 30 June. So, please pay your Club subs promptly!

 We’re sorry to report that Ian Milne died on Friday 4th May at the age of 77
 following a massive stroke a week earlier.
 Bill Harvey writes:
 “Ian was from Whitley Bay, north of Newcastle, a geordie through and
 through.  He and I met at Birmingham University when we both ran as freshers
 in the cross-country second team. As northerners who enjoyed an argument and
 a pint, we hit it off immediately of course.  He was a keen runner and less
 prone to health problems then, eventually becoming XC captain.  After
 graduating with a PhD in Metallurgy in 1965, he had three years in the USA
 as a postdoctoral research scientist at Case Institute in Cleveland, Ohio.
 We met regularly after I went to New York a year later, running the Boston
 Marathon together twice.  He was active in the local road running scene over
 there. On his return to the UK he joined the CEGB, the national electricity
 generating authority,  rising to a significant level in management of this
 crucial part of our energy industry.
 After the Thatcher-Major privatisation of 1990, he joined National Power as
 Controller of Power Technologies, but moved on in 1992 to set up a private
 consultancy. He was a prominent member (over three decades) of several
 international bodies coordinating work in Europe on the structure and
 integrity of materials. The huge upheavals caused by the politics no doubt
 had a bearing on the timing of his retirement to Matlock in Derbyshire,
 where he scaled down his work although he continued as consultant for
 various businesses like Rolls-Royce.  

 Ian always said that he fell in love with the park and Ranelagh Harriers
 after taking part in an inter varsity race organised at  Petersham one
 Wednesday in the early 60s between Ranelagh, Birmingham, Oxford and others
 for which the Brum Fixtures Secretary John Walmsley, a familiar name to
 some members, was responsible -- John had competed in several Ranelagh
 School Races.  On Ian's return to the London area from the US in 1968, he
 joined Ranelagh because he liked the informal, unpretentious feel of the
 club.  He was instrumental in introducing me to Ranelagh when I arrived back
 in the UK in 1972, and later John Pratt also joined after a chance encounter
 at the National.  Ian and I both enjoyed the relaxed attitude to training
 and competition, the warm atmosphere of the Dysart Arms and the active,
 sometimes animated discussions on Wednesday evenings. 

 As a runner Ian was good enough to lead the Birmingham first team as a
 student but frustratingly was never able to fulfil his potential later
 because of chronic health problems, not properly diagnosed at the time, and
 very likely related to his stressful and demanding job. He was nevertheless
 a keen participant at club level and always in his element under the most
 challenging conditions.  I recall him winning the Clutton one year in over a
 foot of snow.  

 After his retirement to Derbyshire in 1998, Ian joined Matlock AC, helping
 out with the same sense of commitment and enthusiasm that he had devoted to
 Ranelagh over 30 years; he was made a life member.  He was always welcoming
 to his many old friends in the running fraternity; we shall all miss his
 particular strain of geordie humour.”

 Ian actually won the Clutton Cup twice, in 1982 and 1987. He served at
 various times as the club Hon Sec and the clubhouse manager and he provided
 technical services for the construction of our clubhouse. But probably his
 most memorable contribution to the club was in 1971 as prime instigator of
 our first adventure in the Pennines, where our team of 24 runners beat the
 existing record for the Pennine Way relay by over an hour. In 1975 Ian
 attempted the run solo, but unluckily had to pull out with sunstroke. Other
 relay attempts followed, before we transferred our attention to the South
 Downs Way and Offa’s Dyke. Ian’s contribution to the club was recognised by
 his appointment as Vice President.  

 for our Richmond 10k on June 17th - here:. 

 Beginners Coach Deborah Blakemore writes:
 “Our long-standing beginners course for ladies starts again on Tuesday 29th
 May. The course takes beginners from couch to 5k in 8 weeks. Only £10 for
 the whole course. Details and how to apply can be found here:. Any queries, please contact me
 deboraheblakemore@yahoo.co.uk and I am happy to help.”

 SUTTON 10km  Sunday 20th May
 This is the fourth race in our 2018 Road Grand Prix, and the second Surrey
 Road League fixture. Unfortunately it clashes this year with the Green Belt
 Relay, but anyone not involved with the GBR might want to take the
 opportunity to score some points! Details and entry:. 

 Here are the leading scores after three events. For the full scoreboard go
 to here:.
 Open  Nick Impey 24, Carl Assmundson & Carl Selya-Hammer 21, Kris Davidson
 19, James Riley 16, Ted Mockett 12
 Men Over 40  Kris Davidson 12, James Riley 11, Jonathan Moore & Neil Rae 6,
 Simon Martin, Nick Wright & Gareth Williams 5
 Men Over 50  Martin Halvey 17, Bill Neely 8, Seiko Angelo 6, Bruce McLaren &
 Stephen Logue 5, Mick Lane 4
 Women  Fiona Ford 7, Lara Werrett  & Cordelia Parker & Holly McGuigan 6,
 Alice Littler & Laura Blazey & Adrienne Baddeley 5
 Women Over 40  Fiona Ford 12, Rachel Revett 10, Lara Werrett 6, Karen
 Campbell 5, Melanie Davison 4 
 Women Over 50  Marie Synnott-Wells 12, Ally Pickard 6, Jackie Dunkley &
 Deborah Blakemore & Wiebke Kortum & Annemarie Goodridge 5 

 GREEN BELT RELAY  Saturday 19th May to Sunday 20th May  Hampton Court to Ham
 Roy Reeder writes:
 “Green Belt Relay - Helpers needed.
 It's less than a month to go to this year's GBR and it looks like it will be
 the best ever with three Ranelagh teams amongst a record field of 50 teams
 entered. If you want to be involved but haven't already signed up to run,
 don't worry you can as we are looking for volunteers! Currently we need
 someone to drive one of the first aiders round the course, ie a job for the
 whole weekend, through to if you can spare just an hour or two marshalling
 the first or last stages locally. Email me if you can help:
 For more information about the race and the route see www.greenbeltrelay.org.uk/. 

 Our annual “Mini Mob Match” against The Stragglers will take place on
 Saturday 30th June incorporated with the Crane Park parkrun. If you’re
 running a parkrun that day, please choose Crane Park if you can. Wear
 Ranelagh kit and make sure your parkrun profile identifies you as Ranelagh,
 otherwise you won’t count. Our club junior championships and all of the
 junior age group trophies will also be competed for in this race. Please
 note that there are separate trophies for boys and girls in each category
 and that the age cut-off date is the 1st Sep 2017 (i.e. aligns with the
 school calendar year):
 - Club Junior Champs - all under 20s are eligible
 - Age Group Champs - U17, U15, U13 and U11s.  Runners only qualify for one
 age category i.e. cannot win both the U13 and U15s (U11s accompanied by
 appropriate parent/carer as per parkrun rules)
 - Junior Trophy presentations planned for Tuesday 3rd July at 18:55 at the

 The annual joint Stragglers and Ranelagh junior handicap series is taking
 place again this year, and the first event was at the Hawker Centre on Lower
 Ham Road on Thursday 26th April. Registration 7pm, start time 7.30pm  It is
 also necessary to pre-register before your first race – this can be done
 now. For more details:. 

 2018 Junior Handicap remaining dates and venues (main race is 2km, and there
 is also a “minis” race over 800m)
 Thursday 24th May 2018       (Ranelagh)
 Thursday 14th June 2018      (Russell School, Petersham - halfway between
 the Hawker Centre and Ranelagh)
 Thursday 28th June 2018      (Ranelagh)
 Thursday 12th July 2018       (Hawker Centre)
 Thursday 30th August 2018  (Hawker Centre)

 These are Andy Bickerstaff’s annual promotions on Wimbledon Common. I can
 think of many less pleasant ways of spending a summer Wednesday evening.
 Andy writes: 
 “It’s back for the 5th year and yet another iconic mug featuring a part of
 the course is to be had. It would be nice to see a few more of my team mates
 from Ranelagh giving it a go this year for five fun filled and challenging
 Wednesday night miles! Remaining dates are 6th June and 4th July. Enter the
 series here: or
 follow links to individual races’ 
 One Willow Therapeutics is offering Ranelagh a special discount offer on all
 treatment plans. Zoe is an established deep tissue massage specialist who
 works with athletes to address injuries or specific concerns and to gain
 optimal results working within their training programme.
 One Willow Therapeutics is offering a great discount to all Ranelagh members
 for their first treatment to anyone suffering tension, an injury, or
 recovering from a big race! Runners see immediate benefits from advanced
 deep tissue therapy - so take advantage of this offer during the season! The
 offer is for all Ranelagh members, for the first treatment which includes a
 tailored consultation: One hour £45 (normally £75), 90 minutes £70 (normally
 £100) and two hours at £80 (normally £120).

 For those who would like to book this offer, please see:. Book by calling Zoe at One Willow Therapeutics
 on tel:07778%20513098 or email zoe@onewillow.co.uk and let her
 know you are a member of Ranelagh. 

 Don’t forget that we meet for a casual drink after training on the first
 Tuesday of each month. Venue is upstairs at the Roebuck on Richmond Hill.
 All welcome.

 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 ranelagh.men@gmail.com
 or the women's Captain / Team Manager  ranelagh.women@gmail.com      

 Sunday 20th May                 Sutton 10km. ** GP and Road League event.
 **  Details:. 

 Sat 19th / Sun 20th May       Green Belt Relay

 Thursday 24th May              Stragglers/Ranelagh junior handicap series
 race 2 at the Ranelagh clubhouse. See above

 Sunday 3rd June                  Dorking 10 miles  ** GP and Road League
 event. ** Details:. 

 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

 Entries were well down on previous years, probably owing to the growing
 number of Half Marathon races being organised in this area. Conversely the
 percentage of no-shows was down, so that our total finishers today numbered
 a respectable 517 against 661 last year. Some non-starters probably balked
 at the weather. The forecasters predicted high temperatures and they were
 not wrong. Conditions at the 8.30am start were comfortable but the mercury
 was soon rising and in the later stages the temperature reached 25 degrees
 or more. Not, then, a day for PBs. The leaders did not hold back, however,
 and it was last year’s winner Ollie Garrod who set the pace into Twickenham.
 But he was unable to escape the attentions of Belgrave’s Lithuanian Andrius
 Jaksevicius, who confusingly was sporting a Vegan Runners vest (Yes, there
 is such a club!).  The pair built up a sizeable gap to third place and as
 the runners approached the finish it was clear that Jaksevicius had the 
 edge over his opponent. He crossed the line 20 seconds ahead, with Woking’s
 Ben Goddard over a minute and a half further back in third.

 First Ranelagh finisher was Ted Mockett in 14th . He was followed by Seiko
 Angelo who had to settle for second place in his M50 category, beaten once
 again my his nemesis Mark Rabbetts of the Windmilers. Kris Davidson was our
 third man home, chased in by Ed Perry and James Riley who had their own
 little battle down the home straight. In 53rd overall was the leading woman
 Olivia Matthews of the Chasers who ran 85.21, comfortably ahead of South
 London’s Susan McDonald. In third place there was a Ranelagh vest, though
 few of the onlookers would have been able to put a name to the occupant.
 This was new member Holly McGuigan who made a most auspicious debut for the
 club, finishing third overall and taking the gold medal in the W35 category
 of the Surrey Championships. Hot on her tail and taking the W35 second prize
 (but not eligible for the county prizes) was another relative newcomer
 Adrienne Baddeley and defying the conditions both set big PBs. Their times
 of 88.03 and 88.17 place them 23rd and 24th respectively in Ranelagh’s
 all-time list. Holly and Adrienne were backed up by Fiona Ford to win the
 open race team prize. 

 The club Half Marathon championship was included in this race, so the JF
 Williams Trophy and the Chalkie White Rose Bowl will go to Ted Mockett and
 Holly McGuigan respectively.  

 Winning the men over 60 category by a country mile was David Wright, though
 on this occasion he wore the colours of his first-claim club Cirencester. He
 has retained his Surrey qualification so a county gold came his way too. 

 Many thanks go to Race Director Sandra Forrest whose attention to detail is
 unequalled. She and volunteers co-ordinator Trevor Maguire, would like to
 thank the dozens of willing helpers who ensured that the race went ahead
 smoothly and all the runners enjoyed themselves even in the tough
 conditions. Well done everybody! One satisfied customer e-mailed soon after
 the race: “Thank you Sandra for a lovely event and a super, well organised
 and marshalled course. Lots of smiles and encouragement all the way round,
 and I was never in any doubt about where I had to go. Congratulations and
 thank you”.

 April at the Hawker Centre
 There was a sizeable field of 78 youngsters for the junior race, plus
 another 9 in the Minis event. The Flaming Penguins team swamped their
 opposition but Ranelagh fielded a respectable 15 runners. First home for us
 in second place overall was Tate Lawler but as a first timer he doesn’t
 count in the scoring. So our top scorer was Cian O’Brien – “first boy” in
 6th place overall. Another first-timer Osian Jones was next, followed by
 “third boy” Angus O’Brien. Close behind Angus was Francesca Baty-Symes whose
 8.49 time gave her the distinction of being the fastest girl. As usual the
 Rushby and Beal families were well represented. We wound up second in the
 team scoring, though well behind the Flaming Penguins.

 1   F Thake (Stragglers)      15.33  (actual time 10.33)
 2   Tate Lawler (Ranelagh)    16.10  (11.10)
 6   Cian O’Brien              16.25  (11.25 – 1st boy)
 14  Osian Jones               18.27  (8.27)
 25  Angus O’Brien             19.37  (10.37 – third)
 29  Francesca Baty-Symes      19.49  (8.49 – fastest girl)
 34  Sam Rushby                20.03  (9.03)
 40  Oliver Beal               20.11  (9.41)
 43  James Rushby              20.26  (8.56)
 44  O Luck (unatt)            20.29  (7.59 – fastest boy)
 56  Matthew Beal (Ranelagh)   20.42  (9.12)
 57  Nathaniel Bond            20.54  (9.54)
 67  Ben Rushby                21.25  (11.25)
 72  Seren Jones               21.45  (9.45)
 75  James Ricketts            21.49  (12.49)
 76  Alfie Lafeuille           21.51  (10.21)     
 1   Flaming Penguins          62
 2   Ranelagh H                36
 3   The Stragglers            20
 4   Coombe Hill School         6
 5   Sheen Shufflers            1
 6   Latchmere School           1     

 1   J Goulding (Stragglers)   2.07
 2   Remy Lafeuille (Ranelagh) 2.20 

 LAST FRIDAY OF THE MONTH 5km  Friday 27th April in Hyde Park
 1   J Poole (Serp)            15.06
 171 Andy Bickerstaff          22.28
 207 Kevin Jacques             25.12
 235 Alan Davidson             28.04  

 BRIGHTON MARATHON   Sunday 15th April
 Additional to the results in the last e-news:
 3245 Jarryd Hillhouse         3:59.17
 9950 Katrina Roche            5:30.49 

 QUIZ NIGHT Saturday 28th April in the clubhouse
 A good crowd gathered for our latest brain-enhancing evening, and thanks go
 to quizmaster Ted Mockett aided by his trusty assistant Ellen Van Keulen.
 Thanks also to Andy Hayward and Michele Gibson for organising the drinks and
 the food!

 In a race dominated by Fulham Runners and Clapham Chasers, three Ranelagh
 Harriers defied the mud, and Gordon Whitson came away with the over 60s
 liquid prize.
 1   C High (Guildford & G)    28.01
 65  John Shaw                 35.31
 98  Gordon Whitson            38.40
 222 Peter Fordham             54.49       

 BUCS TRACK CHAMPIONSHIPS  Saturday 5th May at Bedford
 Representing Exeter University, Cecily Day finished 12th in her 1500 metres
 heat in 5:12.64.

 1   C Arthur (Blackburn)      1:13.30
 330 Bob Beatson               2:05.48

 HAYWARDS HEATH 10 miles  Sunday 6th May
 1   C Smith (Hay Hth)         56.20
 8   Ian Kenton                67.04

 Marianne Malam reports:
 “Horrible day to run 26 miles- much much too hot - 27 degrees! I was just
 glad to finish at all!”
 1    D Olefir (St Edmunds)    2:37.40
 731  Marianne Malam           4:25.59
 1159 Ian Grange               4:55.00

 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 28th April

 Bushy Park
 Nick WRIGHT 18:23, James WHISTLER 18:25, Joe BRYANT (jnr) 20:40, Jonathan
 SMITH 20:45, Adam WRIGHT 22:26, Robert MOWBRAY 24:23, Ian GRANGE 24:59,
 Jackie DUNKLEY 29:10, Janet TURNES 31:39, Wally GARROD 39:59, John HANSCOMB

 Richmond Park
 Adrienne Baddeley was the leading woman.
 Tom BRADLEY (jnr) 19:09, Adrienne BADDELEY 20:11, Alberto ESGUEVILLAS 20:55,
 Osian JONES (jnr) 21:20, Cecily DAY (jnr) 21:54, Jess HARBERT (jnr) 22:00,
 Jarryd HILLHOUSE 23:15, James RUSHBY (jnr) 23:27, Amrut SHARMA 24:08, Margie
 HARRISON 24:12, Karl GARVEY 24:16, Anna REICHWALD 24:37, Carol AIKIN 25:03,
 Ian HARRISON 25:53, Clare DAY 26:01, Karen HARBERT 27:07, Sally DELL 27:51
 Seren JONES (jnr) 27:58, Sue CAMP 28:01, Gavin HILLHOUSE 28:15, Michael
 SIKORA 28:59, Andrew BROWN 29:58, Aoife KILPATRICK 30:04, Bronwen NORTHMORE
 31:59, Hilary THOMSON 32:30, Deepa SHARMA 32:35, Annemarie GOODRIDGE 34:05,
 Robert HILLHOUSE 38:09, Martin CLARK 44:45, Pat HEWLETT 55:56

 Bedfont Lakes
 Peter Haarer was first home.
 Peter HAARER 17:12, Rob CURTIS 24:52

 Old Deer Park
 Clare Fowler was first woman.
 Stewart ANDERSON 20:52, Clare FOWLER 21:29, Fiona FORBES 26:54, Jane
 CRAIGIE-PAYNE 28:07, Verka LAFEUILLE 28:07, Melanie DAVISON 30:02, Lee
 DAVIES 30:03, Julian HOLDEN 30:50, Deborah BLAKEMORE 41:21, James RILEY

 Peter FORDHAM 28:34

 Bonnie Morgan was third woman.
 Bonnie MORGAN 22:20. Chris CAMACHO 24:15, Tom REAY 26:48, Alison DICKS
 28:15, Fiona PUGH 28:25, Geoffrey FISHER 31:03

 Alan DAVIDSON 28:25

 Nonsuch Park
 Toby COOPER 25:55, Siobhan SHARP 28:49

 Ashleigh FERRIS 33:42, Deirdre INMAN 38:55

 Rachel Revett was second woman finisher.
 Philip ANDREWS 23:12, Rachel REVETT 24:33

 Crane Park
 Michelle Beaumont, Rebecca Northmore and Marianne Malam filled the top three
 places in the women’s section.
 Michelle BEAUMONT 21:22, Rebecca NORTHMORE 21:41, Eliott WELLS 22:33,
 Marianne MALAM 22:34, Rue TURNER 23:08, Nathaniel BOND (jnr) 23:18, Hannah
 MALAM (jnr) 24:29, Heather MARTINGELL 25:22, Josie KEAREY (jnr) 28:08, Ann
 KEAREY 28:13, Kevin KEAREY 28:14, Abigail MALAM (jnr) 28:23, Christine DAVID
 29:51, Tamsin BURLAND 32:31, Tracey SMALL 33:37, Su CLARK 35:58, Sally
 SPAULL 36:50, Lexi SLAUGHTER 40:25, Daniel CHIECHI 41:40, Duncan BELL 54:59

 Michael OSBORNE 26:10. Tom FAIRBROTHER 27:12

 Fulham Palace
 Felix ADAMS (jnr) 20:07

 Northala Fields
 Ted Mockett placed second.
 Ted MOCKETT 17:33, Mark HERBERT 18:15, Dave LAWLEY 18:31, Vaughan RAMSAY
 18:50, Ellen Van KEULEN 26:57

 Mike PEACE 26:41

 Simon TAYLOR 26:36

 Crissy Field
 Peter FAULL 19:04, Matthew WILLIAMS 19:18

 Colette DORAN 28:11

 Glen Turner was overall first.
 Glen TURNER 17:56

 Mole Valley
 Duncan MALLISON 22:29

 Hogmoor Inclosure
 Michael WHITE 27:03

 Richard Gurd placed third.
 Richard GURD 20:46

 parkruns 5km Saturday 5th May

 Bushy Park
 Tom FAIRBROTHER 17:26, Jonny BROOK (jnr) 17:31, Freddie LETT (jnr) 18:58,
 Charlie BROOK (jnr) 20:00, Finlay SINCLAIR (jnr) 21:30, James WHISTLER
 21:47, Adam WRIGHT 22:15, Ian GRANGE 24:27, Robert MOWBRAY 24:37, Kate BROOK
 25:06, Wally GARROD 40:59, John HANSCOMB 67:21

 Wimbledon Common
 Richard GREGORY 19:34, Laura BLAZEY 23:06

 Banstead Woods
 Leanne BRYCE 29.57, Alison DICKS 29:58, Michael WHITE 29:59

 Richmond Park
 Marcus ATKINS 20:53, Gary LEE 21:17, Jess HARBERT (jnr) 22:24, Sam RUSHBY
 (jnr) 22:28, James RUSHBY (jnr) 22:48, Jeremy DAY 23:07, Simon TAYLOR 23:37,
 Karl GARVEY 23:58, Anna REICHWALD 24:37, Ally PICKARD 24:57, Carol AIKIN
 25:16, Gavin HILLHOUSE 25:31, Seren JONES (jnr) 25:45, Ian HARRISON 25:55,
 Jarryd HILLHOUSE 26:02, Clare DAY 26:20, Christopher READ 26:43, Phil RUSHBY
 27:05, Sue CAMP 27:28, Ben RUSHBY (jnr) 28:05, Maia RUSHBY 28:06, Karen
 HARBERT 29:13, Michael SIKORA 29:22, Bronwen NORTHMORE 33:29, Karolina
 KAFADAR 33:34, Hilary THOMSON 33:57, Robert HILLHOUSE 35:45, Alberto
 ESGUEVILLAS LETE 36:04, Penny MERRETT 39:17, Martin CLARK 46:34, Pat HEWLETT

 Bedfont Lakes
 Hannah MALAM (jnr) 25:32, Abigail MALAM 27:14, Marianne MALAM 27:15

 Old Deer Park
 First places for both Eirin McDaid and Clare Fowler.  
 Eirin MC DAID 17:30, Jonathan MOORE 18:25, Kris DAVIDSON 18:45, Gareth
 WILLIAMS 19:23, Clare FOWLER 21:14, Stewart ANDERSON 24:46, Katie WALTON
 33:22, Melanie DAVISON 43:31

 Felix ADAMS (jnr) 19:41, Bonnie MORGAN 22:01, Andy BICKERSTAFF 23:46,
 Geoffrey FISHER 24:22, Aoife KILPATRICK 24:53, Chris CAMACHO 26:32, Eleonora
 GAVIN 43:09

 Evelyn JOSLIN 30:55

 Alan DAVIDSON 27:21

 Bath Skyline
 Nick WRIGHT 18:13

 Nonsuch Park
 Eliott WELLS 25:43

 Emma WELLHAM 26:19

 Dawn BATES 29:37

 Crane Park
 David LAWLEY 18:23, Mark HERBERT 18:39, Vaughan RAMSAY 19:28, Richard GURD
 21:05, Kevin KEAREY 22:49, Ann KEAREY 22:49, Alan ELDER 22:55, Kevin JACQUES
 24:54, Claire WARNER 25:05, Josie KEAREY (jnr) 27:55, Colette DORAN 28:39,
 Christine DAVID 31:06, Anne CHILDS 35:18, Cindy CROUCHER 36:04, Sally SPAULL
 36:48, Nigel COOMBES 52:14

 Michael OSBORNE 29:31

 Yeovil Montacute
 Lexi Keech was second woman.
 Lexi KEECH (jnr)  21:53

 Fulham Palace
 A swift first place for Nick Impey.
 Nick IMPEY 16:39

 Reigate Priory
 Duncan MALLISON 21:58

 Whinlatter Forest
 Andrew BROWN 30:33

 Stratford upon Avon
 Paul HODGES 22:07

 Lac de Divonne, France
 Alastair RITCHIE 31:43

 Skatås, Sweden
 Philip Andrews and Rachel Revett both finished third.
 Philip ANDREWS 21:49, Rachel REVETT 24:05

 Firenze, Italy
 Becky Curtis-Hall was second overall and first woman.
 Becky CURTIS-HALL 20:01, Rob CURTIS 22:06

 Mole Valley
 Amrut SHARMA 26:39, Deepa SHARMA 35:31

 Victoria Lock
 Heather MARTINGELL 23:22, Fiona PUGH 24:51

 Michelle Beaumont was the leading woman.
 Michelle BEAUMONT 21:51 

 Salento, Italy
 There were only five starters in the first Salento parkrun, and remarkably
 Peter Fordham was first home.
 Peter FORDHAM 27:36

 Junior parkruns 2km Sunday 6th May

 Nathaniel BOND 8:54, Angus O’BRIEN 10:20, Cian O’BRIEN 12.53

 Bushy Park
 Eilidh SINCLAIR 9:39, Isla SINCLAIR 10:26

 Savill Gardens
 James RICKETTS 11:51, Aaron SCALLY 15:01, Connor SCALLY 25:31

 From the folks who gave you the Worthing Multi-Storey Car Park Marathon
 comes…the Southend Pier Marathon! Yes, 11 times up and down what claims to
 be the longest pleasure pier in the world at 1.34 miles.  Video:.