TBH at parkrun Map: update

Who doesn’t love parkrun?
Who doesn’t love poring over maps and statistics?
Who isn’t fascinated to see where Tyne Bridge Harriers have been in the world?
With this in mind, we have created the TBH parkrun map.
The map shows the location of each of the world’s parkruns. As new parkruns are added so these will be added to the TBH parkrun map. A TBH badge marks those parkruns where a club member has ran. Clicking onto the badge will bring up a pop-up information box telling you the date of that parkrun’s inaugural run, the date when a TBH first visited the parkrun and the name(s) of the first TBH.
In addition, the pop-up box will identify the fastest male and female TBH at each parkrun together with their times and the name of the member with the highest age grade together with the age grade.
The map will be updated after the consolidated club parkrun statistics become available each weekend. Anyone who ‘claims’ a new parkrun for TBH will see their endeavours rewarded by the appearance of the TBH badge and their glory acknowledged in the parkrun round-up feature on the website. 
The latest additions to the map are; (updated 21st May 2018)
Joanne Lee – improved her quickest time by a female TBH member at Prudoe parkrun
Jessica and Sandy Anderson – first TBH members to run at Henley-On-Thames parkrun
Kathryn Stevenson – quickest time by a female TBH member and highest age grading by a member at Blackhill parkrun
Roger Heath – quickest time by a male TBH member at Cuerden Valley parkrun
Danielle Hardy – first TBH member to run at Cheadle Hulme parkrun
Adam Jones – first TBH member to run at Etna parkrun
Steve and Mary Pattison – first TBH members to run at Lochore Meadows parkrun
Click on the image below to view the TBH parkrun map (this feature is best viewed on a desktop computer/laptop rather than a mobile device).

Permanent link to this article: http://www.tynebridgeharriers.com/2018/05/21/tbh-at-parkrun-map-update/

1 comment

    • Sue on 10th February 2018 at 09:36
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    So pleased to get Porthcawl! Part of my childhood and I was too poorly to run it at Christmas but finally did it! Stunning views across the steely grey sea on a bitterly cold morning, but a pause in the sleety rain gave us all a dry run on an undulating promenade course. It’s a there-and-back with a short steep killer section at the turning point but running by the sea surely counts as training for my first Northumberland Coastal later this year! Fingers crossed!

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