parkrun roundup: 22nd February 2014

Below are all the members who ran on Saturday, 22nd February, and ran either a parkrun PB, their first parkrun or finished first at their event.

Darlington South Park parkrun
Alasdair Blair 19.26 parkrun PB ;-)

Ecos parkrun
Jack Neeson 18.48 Finished 1st :-)

Gibside parkrun
Tony Carter 17.44 Finished 1st :-)

Newcastle parkrun
Cees van der Land 17.08 parkrun PB ;-)
Keith Rooney 19.25 parkrun PB ;-)
Adam Jones 21.52 parkrun PB ;-)
Emily Chaytor 24.34 parkrun PB ;-)
Laura Dickson 25.48 parkrun PB ;-)

Whitley Bay parkrun
Billy Wood 20.49 parkrun 1st timer :thumbsup:
Ian Maholam 20.50 parkrun PB ;-)
David Taylor 21.11 parkrun PB ;-)
Ruth Lee 22.17 parkrun PB ;-)
Steffen Haugk 22.29 parkrun PB ;-)
Kelly Phillipson 27.22 parkrun PB ;-)
Caroline Meaney 27.49 parkrun PB ;-)

* all PB’s are event specific.

Congratulation everyone.

Thanks to all the members who volunteered at their parkrun event on Saturday and thanks to the parkrun sponsors (see below). This Saturday, 1st March, Tyne Bridge Harriers are filling every volunteering role at Newcastle parkrun, including pacer roles from 19 minutes to 35 minutes. If you’re chasing a parkrun PB then this is the perfect opportunity.
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    • steve on 25th February 2014 at 06:55
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    Dave am having problems with getting my time posted from south shields park run I came in 58th time was about 25.41ish and did go and get bar code etc zapped and the have me down as unknown and know one is replying to me from email to message on Facebook to rectify this and it was my 79th park run overall.

      • steve hall on 25th February 2014 at 06:57
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      Sorry full name steve hall

  1. Hi steve, I’ll see what I can do for you.

      • steve hall on 25th February 2014 at 07:09
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      Cheers dave

    • keith rooney on 25th February 2014 at 19:54
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    I have never seen so many PBs in one park run go. Most impressive!

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