Tuesday, 26 March 2013

parkrun stats of the week...23rd March 2013

The parkrun statistics of note for this week are:

196 parkrun events run (down 19 on last week, due to the weather in the UK)
16,094 runners, down 8,588 on last week. This is the lowest since the 26th January.

The average number of runners per parkrun event run was: 82.1 (down 32.7 on last week). This is the lowest average attendance for quite some time.

Just 3 events (the lowest I have ever seen) recorded new record attendances this week, as follows:
Event  Record Attendance  
Claisebrook Cove156
Llyn Llech Owain64
North Beach90

The longest standing parkrun attendance record is:
Amager Faelled  146 28/08/2010

And in the UK it's:

The highest attendance this week was 463 at Bushy Park, far lower than their usual turnout these days.

The lowest attendance this week was just 6 at Newent parkrun and Concord parkrun.

5 new male course records set this week:
Athlete  Time  
Claisebrook CoveDean MENZIES15:25
DeltaIshmael MOLELE16:43
Llyn Llech OwainJohn COLLIER17:40
MulbartonSam MACGIBBON18:47
ThetfordMartin GEAR18:06

5 new female course records set this week:
Event  Athlete  Time  
DeltaMekdas BEYENE17:20
Llyn Llech OwainCaryl DAVIES22:34
Sunrise-on-SeaStephanie ACKERMANN24:00
RoodepoortAnn BONIWELL20:06
HavantJessica CHEN19:02

31 runners ran times under 17 minutes this week. 4 of these runners ran under 16 minutes.
The fastest parkrunner in the World this Week was Dean Menzies, running 15:25 at Claisebrook Cove parkrun.

The fastest 5 were as follows:
Event  Athlete  Time  
Claisebrook CoveDean MENZIES15:25
Brighton & HoveC J SMITH15:39
BraunstoneUnknown ATHLETE15:59
EdinburghAndrew DOUGLAS15:59
CardiffPete WOODWARD16:05

132 new category records were set across all parkrun events this weekend.

The top age grade performance this week was:
Event  Athlete  Time  Age Group  Age Grade  
CambridgeMary HOLMES27:30             VW75-7989.76%      

The fastest freedom run on the "most recent 100" list at the moment is:
Runner  Date  Location  Run Time  
Paul GRANGE25/03/2013Barking16:35        

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