Weekend update


Our results show that parkruns were amongst the biggest events this weekend with high numbers and fast finishers across the UK. Jonny Hay (handicap -4.5) was the fastest in the UK after his win at the Bushy parkrun with 14:36, which also had the biggest UK parkrun numbers. Hayley Carruthers (handicap -1.5) was the top woman with her 16:20 in the Kingsbury Water parkrun. Emile Cairess (handicap -5.8) impressed on the track in the EAP Belfast International Meeting where Ciara Mageean (handicap -1.6) also won impressively.  

Top performer at the Belfast International EAP meeting with a big PB was Emile Cairess (handicap -5.8) who ran an awesome 13:37.55 with a fast last lap ahead of Team New Balance Manchester based Swiss runner Jonas Raess.

The Women’s 800m saw Ciara Mageean (handicap -1.6), win with a timely surge in the final 100m. This was a meeting record of 2:02.40. Ciara then paced the 3000m  that was won by her training partner Jip Vastenburg in 9:04.82 from Charlotte Arter (9:04.95). Ciara also ran a third event on the track as featured in this BBC clip!

The Barry Island 10K was won by Josh Griffiths and Natasha Cockram in 30:29 and 34:41 respectively.

With 618 parkruns in the UK, Bushy was again the largest and the fastest of the parkruns. 

Did you run well this week? Many of the results are now in.

Some of the bigger races were: 

 Asda Foundation York 10K

 - 5,217* 

 Barry Island 10K

 - 2,839 

 Bushy parkrun

 - 1,459 

 Southampton parkrun

 - 891 

 Poole parkrun

 - 804 

 Cardiff parkrun

 - 794 

* Provisional

If you ran in any runbritain licensed event, including parkrun, make sure you #clickyourclock on your result before 9 o'clock on Thursday to be in with a chance of winning a Polar OH1 — Optical Heart Rate Sensor in the weekly #clickyourclock competition for the 2019 summer. 

There are lots of results that have clocks to be clicked!

Remember - the #clickyourclock competition is now a regular weekly running competition!

To enter,  register for your running handicap scoreand then simply #clickyourclock on your result from this week.  All those that improve their handicap score are entered into our random draw to win the prize of a Polar OH1 — Optical Heart Rate Sensor.

More #clickyourclock details are on this link

Other results via the following links:


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