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Re: CO:parkrun Recaps

Post by Jon Corby » Tue Mar 15, 2016 4:51 pm

I could work it out myself, but you're unemployed with fuck all to do (except run and induldge my whimsies) Gev.

What mph (on average) do the various distance runners do? For 100m all the way up to 100km, including half and marathons please.

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Tue Mar 15, 2016 5:23 pm

Jon Corby wrote:I could work it out myself, but you're unemployed with fuck all to do (except run and induldge my whimsies) Gev.

What mph (on average) do the various distance runners do? For 100m all the way up to 100km, including half and marathons please.
World record holders?

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Post by JimBentley » Tue Mar 15, 2016 6:25 pm

Jon Corby wrote:I could work it out myself, but you're unemployed with fuck all to do (except run and induldge my whimsies) Gev.

What mph (on average) do the various distance runners do? For 100m all the way up to 100km, including half and marathons please.
Bear in mind that anything 400m and under is irrelevant because the start distorts it too much.

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Re: CO:parkrun Recaps

Post by Jon Corby » Tue Mar 15, 2016 6:34 pm

Gavin Chipper wrote:
Jon Corby wrote:I could work it out myself, but you're unemployed with fuck all to do (except run and induldge my whimsies) Gev.

What mph (on average) do the various distance runners do? For 100m all the way up to 100km, including half and marathons please.
World record holders?
Sure.

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Re: CO:parkrun Recaps

Post by Gavin Chipper » Tue Mar 15, 2016 7:18 pm

Jon Corby wrote:
Gavin Chipper wrote:
Jon Corby wrote:I could work it out myself, but you're unemployed with fuck all to do (except run and induldge my whimsies) Gev.

What mph (on average) do the various distance runners do? For 100m all the way up to 100km, including half and marathons please.
World record holders?
Sure.
Using this as my source:

60m - 6.39s - 21.00mph
100 yards - 9.07s - 22.55mph
100m - 9.58s - 23.35mph
200m - 19.19s - 23.31mph
300m - 30.85s - 21.75mph
400m - 43.18s - 20.72mph
600m - 1:12.81 - 18.43mph
800m - 1:40.91 - 17.73mph
1000m - 2:11.96 - 16.95mph
1500m - 3:26.00 - 16.29mph
1 mile - 3:43.13 - 16.13mph
2000m - 4:44.79 - 15.71mph
3000m - 7:20.67 - 15.23mph
2 miles - 7:58.61 - 15.04mph
5000m - 12:37.35 - 14.77mph
10,000m - 26:17.53 - 14.18mph (I make it 14.17999 - so averaging 14.18 must be seen as a modern-day 4-minute mile)
15,000m - 41:13 - 13.57mph
10 miles: 44.24 - 13.51mph
20,000m - 55:21 - 13.47mph
Half marathon: 58:23 - 13.47mph
1 hour - 21285m - 13.23mph
25,000m - 1:12:25.4 - 12.87mph
30,000m - 1:26:47.4 - 12.89mph (getting faster again - at this rate the 100,000m world record should be on par with the 100m record. Let's see.)
Marathon: 2:02:57 - 12.79mph
100,000m: 6:13:33 - 9.98mph

Now my PBs for comparison:

5km parkrun: 19:09 - 9.73mph
Half marathon: 1:24:50 - 9.27mph

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Re: CO:parkrun Recaps

Post by Gavin Chipper » Tue Mar 15, 2016 7:18 pm

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Jon Corby wrote:I could work it out myself, but you're unemployed with fuck all to do (except run and induldge my whimsies) Gev.

What mph (on average) do the various distance runners do? For 100m all the way up to 100km, including half and marathons please.
Bear in mind that anything 400m and under is irrelevant because the start distorts it too much.
Still an interesting comparison.

According to this video, Usain Bolt reached 27.63mph when he did his 9.58s for 100m. According to this, it's 27.79mph, and Wikipedia says 27.8mph.

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Post by JimBentley » Tue Mar 15, 2016 7:30 pm

Gavin Chipper wrote:Marathon: 2:02:57 - 12.79mph
That's odd, I use the same source and have the same figures but I make it 12.8345mph. I know it's not a big difference but all our other figures are the same, just wondered why this one was different.

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Re: CO:parkrun Recaps

Post by Gavin Chipper » Tue Mar 15, 2016 7:37 pm

JimBentley wrote:
Gavin Chipper wrote:Marathon: 2:02:57 - 12.79mph
That's odd, I use the same source and have the same figures but I make it 12.8345mph. I know it's not a big difference but all our other figures are the same, just wondered why this one was different.
Let's see. One of us might have made a mistake. 2:02:57 = 122 minutes and 57 seconds = 7377 seconds. A marathon is 42195 metres and a mile is 1609.344 metres.

So we have 3600/7377 * 42195/1609.344 = 12.79. Hmm. What's your breakdown?

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Post by JimBentley » Tue Mar 15, 2016 7:44 pm

Gavin Chipper wrote:
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Gavin Chipper wrote:Marathon: 2:02:57 - 12.79mph
That's odd, I use the same source and have the same figures but I make it 12.8345mph. I know it's not a big difference but all our other figures are the same, just wondered why this one was different.
Let's see. One of us might have made a mistake. 2:02:57 = 122 minutes and 57 seconds = 7377 seconds. A marathon is 42195 metres and a mile is 1609.344 metres.

So we have 3600/7377 * 42195/1609.344 = 12.79. Hmm. What's your breakdown?
I'm using 1 yard = 0.91344 metres, I think that's where I might've gone wrong but weirdly our half marathon rates match.

edited to say: yeah, I got me yards and metres mixed up on the 385, we match on them all now.

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Re: CO:parkrun Recaps

Post by Jon Corby » Tue Mar 15, 2016 7:57 pm

Cheers Gev, that's really interesting. I genuinely don't think I would beat a marathon runner if I was on my fucking bicycle. That's a frighteningly fast pace to keep up for 26 miles ffs.

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Re: CO:parkrun Recaps

Post by Jon Corby » Wed Mar 16, 2016 11:59 am

Sorry Gev, what did you mean when you said "...must be seen as a modern-day 4-minute mile" ?

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Wed Mar 16, 2016 3:53 pm

Jon Corby wrote:Sorry Gev, what did you mean when you said "...must be seen as a modern-day 4-minute mile" ?
I mean that the 10,000m world record is so close to the really nice round figure of 14.18mph that all the athletes probably want to be the one to get there first.

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Post by Jon Corby » Wed Mar 16, 2016 4:32 pm

Ah, gotcha. What time do they have to run to achieve that?

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Wed Mar 16, 2016 5:52 pm

Jon Corby wrote:Ah, gotcha. What time do they have to run to achieve that?
About 26:17.529, so 26:17.52 to make sure they've beaten it. So 0.01 seconds faster than now (although really only 0.001 seconds, and maybe the time was rounded up anyway).

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Post by Ian Volante » Fri Mar 18, 2016 9:40 pm

Gavin Chipper wrote:
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Jon Corby wrote:Yeah, that kind of thing always staggers me. I think there was a bit in the parkrun news once about a 100,000m runner, and they ran each of their twenty consecutive 5k's comfortably faster than I can do one :(
The 10,000m world record is done at pretty much the same speed I run a 200m race at :o
The world record is 26:17.53, which is 1577.53 seconds. So divide by 10,000 and multiply by 200 and you get 31.55 seconds. That's a ridiculously fast time to be able to maintain. I don't know what I could do over 200m, but I don't imagine it's much faster than that anyway.
I think my PB is about 28s, was always a plodder at school. I might be faster now, thirty years later!
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Re: CO:parkrun Recaps

Post by James Laverty » Sat Mar 26, 2016 11:17 am

Definitely not Jamie McNeill or Schrodinger's Cat....

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Sat Mar 26, 2016 7:36 pm

James Laverty wrote:New PB this morning! http://www.parkrun.org.uk/rushcliffe/re ... stresults/
Nice work. I will add this on. I didn't run today because I have some pain in my leg (hamstring or something). It's a bit annoying because I'm in my best form right now, and if I have to take time off then it will take a while to climb back up there.

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Sat Mar 26, 2016 7:38 pm

Gavin Chipper wrote:Right, I'm going to put up a ranking list of Countdown/Apterous parkrunners. I'll check it every so often to see if anyone's beaten their PB, and if anyone is really insistent that they don't want to be on the list, then I can remove their name. And if I've forgotten anyone, let me know and I can add them. This list is unlikely to be anywhere near exhaustive.

Oliver Garner - 17:29
Tim Down - 17:45
Matt Bayfield - 17:56
James Bradley - 19:04
Jonathan Rawlinson - 19:09
Gevin Chapwell - 19:09
Adam Gillard - 20:18
Giles Hutchings - 20:36
Ryan Taylor - 20:39
Ian Volante - 22:01
Kirk Bevins - 22:16
Jon Corby - 22:25
Dave Nicholson - 22.43
Richard Brittain - 22:55
James Laverty - 23:57
Jon O'Neill - 24:10
Lauren Hamer - 26:30
Zubair Patel - 29:20*

*Zubair isn't registered with parkrun, but ran at Lincoln anyway in a time of 29:20 in position 212. There was only one "unknown" around that position so it must have been him.
James Laverty has bumped Jon O'Neill down the all-time list.

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Post by James Laverty » Sat Apr 09, 2016 3:36 pm

Third consectutive PB today http://www.parkrun.org.uk/rushcliffe/re ... ystememail. Amazing how quickly you improve when it becomes a regular activity.

Which one are people going to for Co:Leeds? My hotel is roughly in between Woodhouse Moor and Cross Flatts so can go to either.
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Post by Tim Down » Sun Apr 10, 2016 11:01 am

I'm running London Marathon in two weeks and then will be having a go at improving on 17:45 by the end of summer. I'm not convinced I'll find an extra 17 seconds though.

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Sun Apr 10, 2016 12:07 pm

James Laverty wrote:Third consectutive PB today http://www.parkrun.org.uk/rushcliffe/re ... ystememail. Amazing how quickly you improve when it becomes a regular activity.

Which one are people going to for Co:Leeds? My hotel is roughly in between Woodhouse Moor and Cross Flatts so can go to either.
My plan was to go to Woodhouse Moor. It's certainly closer to the Vicar Lane Travelodge and I think closer to the venue as well.

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Sun Apr 10, 2016 12:09 pm

Gavin Chipper wrote:Right, I'm going to put up a ranking list of Countdown/Apterous parkrunners. I'll check it every so often to see if anyone's beaten their PB, and if anyone is really insistent that they don't want to be on the list, then I can remove their name. And if I've forgotten anyone, let me know and I can add them. This list is unlikely to be anywhere near exhaustive.

Oliver Garner - 17:29
Tim Down - 17:45
Matt Bayfield - 17:56
James Bradley - 19:04
Jonathan Rawlinson - 19:09
Gevin Chapwell - 19:09
Adam Gillard - 20:18
Giles Hutchings - 20:36
Ryan Taylor - 20:39
Ian Volante - 22:01
Kirk Bevins - 22:16
James Laverty - 22:19
Jon Corby - 22:25
Dave Nicholson - 22.43
Richard Brittain - 22:55
Jon O'Neill - 24:10
Lauren Hamer - 26:30
Zubair Patel - 29:20*

*Zubair isn't registered with parkrun, but ran at Lincoln anyway in a time of 29:20 in position 212. There was only one "unknown" around that position so it must have been him.
Laverty moving up the field now.

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Thu Apr 14, 2016 2:01 pm

I presume most of you are aware, but Little Stoke parkrun (near Bristol) has been called off after the council decided to charge them. Well, it's been called off this weekend because they thought thousands of people might turn up. The charge wouldn't apply until 28th May I think, so I'm not sure if it's off for good now.

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Wed Apr 27, 2016 11:23 am

Tim Down wrote:I'm running London Marathon in two weeks and then will be having a go at improving on 17:45 by the end of summer. I'm not convinced I'll find an extra 17 seconds though.
I see from here that you got 2:57:19 in the London Marathon, so congratulations on that! I'd like to do a marathon one day and maybe get under three hours, but I think it's still a way off.

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Post by Tim Down » Thu Apr 28, 2016 11:21 am

Gavin Chipper wrote:
Tim Down wrote:I'm running London Marathon in two weeks and then will be having a go at improving on 17:45 by the end of summer. I'm not convinced I'll find an extra 17 seconds though.
I see from here that you got 2:57:19 in the London Marathon, so congratulations on that! I'd like to do a marathon one day and maybe get under three hours, but I think it's still a way off.
Thanks. I had originally hoped to go a little quicker but based on my (lack of) speed in training I decided to aim for 6:45 per mile and 2:57 overall, so I'm quite pleased I managed to achieve close to that. I would've been upset not to have gone under 3 hours given the amount of training I did, especially since it was at the expense of practising harder and more effectively for the series finals of Countdown.

Based on your half marathon time you should have a good chance of going under 3 hours in a marathon. I don't know how much training you did for your half, but a marathon really is a big step up training-wise if you want to stay strong over the last few miles. I quite enjoy it but it takes commitment.

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Sun May 01, 2016 10:01 am

Me and James Laverty both did the Woodhouse Moor parkrun in Leeds on Saturday as we were both there for CO:Leeds. There were 445 runners and the results were:

10. Gevin Chapwell - 19:04 (PB)
69. James Laverty - 21:53 (PB)

I now break the tie I had with Jonathan Rawlinson on 19:09 but now tie with James Bradley on 19:04! James Laverty overtakes Ian Volante and Kirk Bevins. Kirk Bevins has also overtaken Ian Volante as he's secretly beaten his PB in the meantime. The current ranking are below:
Gavin Chipper wrote:Right, I'm going to put up a ranking list of Countdown/Apterous parkrunners. I'll check it every so often to see if anyone's beaten their PB, and if anyone is really insistent that they don't want to be on the list, then I can remove their name. And if I've forgotten anyone, let me know and I can add them. This list is unlikely to be anywhere near exhaustive.

Oliver Garner - 17:29
Tim Down - 17:45
Matt Bayfield - 17:56
James Bradley - 19:04
Gevin Chapwell - 19:04
Jonathan Rawlinson - 19:09
Adam Gillard - 20:18
Giles Hutchings - 20:36
Ryan Taylor - 20:39
James Laverty - 21:53
Kirk Bevins - 21:58
Ian Volante - 22:01
Jon Corby - 22:25
Dave Nicholson - 22.43
Richard Brittain - 22:55
Jon O'Neill - 24:10
Lauren Hamer - 26:30
Zubair Patel - 29:20*

*Zubair isn't registered with parkrun, but ran at Lincoln anyway in a time of 29:20 in position 212. There was only one "unknown" around that position so it must have been him.

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Post by Ian Volante » Sun May 01, 2016 10:05 am

Now there's some incentive to get off my arse.
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Re: CO:parkrun Recaps

Post by Gavin Chipper » Fri May 06, 2016 10:40 pm

My local parkrun is having its 100th run tomorrow so that will be fun. That also means it will be celebrating its second anniversary soon.
Gavin Chipper wrote:I didn't run today because I have some pain in my leg (hamstring or something). It's a bit annoying because I'm in my best form right now, and if I have to take time off then it will take a while to climb back up there.
This still exists by the way. I think it's a tendon thing. I've barely been running at all for over a month now - basically 5km a week (the parkrun) - but I've tried to generally keep fit on a cross trainer thing. As well as not running much, I've tried various exercises for it. It's definitely much better than it was but it's not cured, and despite my overall PB last week, I think my times will gradually start to take a turn for the worse if I don't get back into proper running soon.

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Sat May 07, 2016 6:58 pm

Laverty has been updated to 21:46. (I went through everyone's to look for improvements.)

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Post by Dave Nicholson » Sun May 15, 2016 9:50 am

I sliced just over a minute off my PB yesterday:

http://www.parkrun.org.uk/york/results/ ... ber=232417

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Re: CO:parkrun Recaps

Post by Gavin Chipper » Sun May 15, 2016 5:06 pm

The latest table is below. Dave Nicholson has gone past Jon Corby, Ian Volant and Kirk Bevins. He would have gone past James Laverty as well, but he improved himself this weekend.
Gavin Chipper wrote:Right, I'm going to put up a ranking list of Countdown/Apterous parkrunners. I'll check it every so often to see if anyone's beaten their PB, and if anyone is really insistent that they don't want to be on the list, then I can remove their name. And if I've forgotten anyone, let me know and I can add them. This list is unlikely to be anywhere near exhaustive.

Oliver Garner - 17:29
Tim Down - 17:45
Matt Bayfield - 17:56
James Bradley - 19:04
Gevin Chapwell - 19:04
Jonathan Rawlinson - 19:09
Adam Gillard - 20:18
Giles Hutchings - 20:36
Ryan Taylor - 20:39
James Laverty - 21:20
Dave Nicholson - 21.40
Kirk Bevins - 21:58
Ian Volante - 22:01
Jon Corby - 22:25
Richard Brittain - 22:55
Jon O'Neill - 24:10
Lauren Hamer - 26:30
Zubair Patel - 29:20*

*Zubair isn't registered with parkrun, but ran at Lincoln anyway in a time of 29:20 in position 212. There was only one "unknown" around that position so it must have been him.

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Re: CO:parkrun Recaps

Post by Gavin Chipper » Sun May 29, 2016 9:23 am

As most of you will be aware, we've just had the CO:KL event in King's Lynn, and three of us took part in the parkrun there. Here are the results out of 238 runners:

2. Oliver Garner - 17:30
6. Gevin Chapwell - 18:31 (PB)
181. Stephen Read - 30:14

Oliver Garner was just one second outside his PB of 17:29. I took 33 seconds off my PB of 19:04! Stephen Read missed out on his official PB of 29:43 by 31 seconds. I say "official PB" because he tells me that they messed up the synchronisation of times and positions when he allegedly set his PB, and his time was more like 30:30 (I think). So this would be a PB.

Also, Stephen says that his GPS watch measured the King's Lynn parkrun as quite a way short - by over 200 metres. I think he measured it at 4.78km (so 220 metres short). But there are reasons to doubt that exact figure. Apparently GPS watches don't continuously measure your position, but instead take measurements every so often, and then assumes you ran a straight line between the points. King's Lynn parkrun has a 180-degree hairpin turn, so unless the GPS watch registers at exactly the right moment, it will measure short. It is also a three-lap course, so there would have been three opportunities for this. On top of the hairpin turn, there are several quite tight corners, which the GPS watch could under-measure, by "cutting" them.

There is also the ultra scientific measure of how well I felt I did. My PB (at Leeds) was 19:04 (I also have a 19:09 and 19:13 from Chelmsford and Lincoln). This felt to me like a much stronger run than any of those. It was a nicer course anyway (less gradient), and I finished much stronger (passing people rather than being passed), and I was confident of sub 19 minutes, even if not 18:31. 18:31 is 1111 seconds, and if you multiply that by 5/4.78 you get 1162 seconds, or 19:22. There's no way I ran as slow as 19:22. Conservatively, if I say I ran 18:59, that's 1139 seconds. 5*1111/1139 = 4.877km, which would make it 123 metres short. I think even that is an overestimate, but you could make a case for a ballpark of 100 metres.

But the bottom line is that it counts. My official PB is now 18:31. Also, Stephen Read will make his debut on the C4C leaderboard.

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Re: CO:parkrun Recaps

Post by Gavin Chipper » Sun May 29, 2016 9:43 am

Gavin Chipper wrote:Right, I'm going to put up a ranking list of Countdown/Apterous parkrunners. I'll check it every so often to see if anyone's beaten their PB, and if anyone is really insistent that they don't want to be on the list, then I can remove their name. And if I've forgotten anyone, let me know and I can add them. This list is unlikely to be anywhere near exhaustive.

Oliver Garner - 17:29
Tim Down - 17:45
Matt Bayfield - 17:56
Gevin Chapwell - 18:31
James Bradley - 19:04
Jonathan Rawlinson - 19:09
Adam Gillard - 20:18
Giles Hutchings - 20:36
Ryan Taylor - 20:39
James Laverty - 21:20
Dave Nicholson - 21.40
Kirk Bevins - 21:58
Ian Volante - 22:01
Jon Corby - 22:25
Richard Brittain - 22:55
Jon O'Neill - 24:10
Lauren Hamer - 26:30
Zubair Patel - 29:20*
Stephen Read - 29:43**

*Zubair isn't registered with parkrun, but ran at Lincoln anyway in a time of 29:20 in position 212. There was only one "unknown" around that position so it must have been him.

**Stephen says that this time is inaccurate and is the result of the times and positions not being synchronised properly. He measured the time as a lot slower. His next fastest time is 30:14.
Here is the latest update. I've now cleared Rawlinson and Bradley to put myself in a clear 4th with 18:31! Bayfield, you'd better watch your back!

And we have a new entry with Stephen Read.

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Re: CO:parkrun Recaps

Post by Gavin Chipper » Mon May 30, 2016 8:17 am

An update on the King's Lynn course length:
The course has been measured several times with recognised measuring wheel. There will be a shorter line if you cut all the corners off! But we do know that many garmin watches etc vary with their distance from week to week due to satellite reception amongst the trees.

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Re: CO:parkrun Recaps

Post by Stephen R » Mon May 30, 2016 11:28 am

That explanation makes sense. I did notice that coming back down after the hairpin turn, my watch got confused with pacing, indicating a much slower pace than I was actually running. Didn't pay too much attention to the distance at that part, but I wouldn't be surprised if it was also confused about that.

But like you said, it counts, and I'll gladly take 30:14. Here's hoping for a legit sub-30 before long.

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Post by Stephen R » Sat Jun 11, 2016 12:15 pm

Speaking of sub-30, I managed a 29:00 today. PB by (effectively) over a minute.

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Sat Jun 11, 2016 12:26 pm

Updated list with Stephen's improvement putting him ahead of Zubair. And happy 30th birthday for whenever that was.
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Oliver Garner - 17:29
Tim Down - 17:45
Matt Bayfield - 17:56
Gevin Chapwell - 18:31
James Bradley - 19:04
Jonathan Rawlinson - 19:09
Adam Gillard - 20:18
Giles Hutchings - 20:36
Ryan Taylor - 20:39
James Laverty - 21:20
Dave Nicholson - 21.40
Kirk Bevins - 21:58
Ian Volante - 22:01
Jon Corby - 22:25
Richard Brittain - 22:55
Jon O'Neill - 24:10
Lauren Hamer - 26:30
Stephen Read - 29:00
Zubair Patel - 29:20*

*Zubair isn't registered with parkrun, but ran at Lincoln anyway in a time of 29:20 in position 212. There was only one "unknown" around that position so it must have been him.

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Post by Stephen R » Sat Jun 25, 2016 12:16 pm

Took another big chunk off my PB. First time I've finished in the top half of the field.

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Sat Jun 25, 2016 1:58 pm

Stephen R wrote:Took another big chunk off my PB. First time I've finished in the top half of the field.
Nice work. James Laverty has also improved recently, so the new list is below:
Gavin Chipper wrote:Right, I'm going to put up a ranking list of Countdown/Apterous parkrunners. I'll check it every so often to see if anyone's beaten their PB, and if anyone is really insistent that they don't want to be on the list, then I can remove their name. And if I've forgotten anyone, let me know and I can add them. This list is unlikely to be anywhere near exhaustive.

Oliver Garner - 17:29
Tim Down - 17:45
Matt Bayfield - 17:56
Gevin Chapwell - 18:31
James Bradley - 19:04
Jonathan Rawlinson - 19:09
Adam Gillard - 20:18
Giles Hutchings - 20:36
Ryan Taylor - 20:39
James Laverty - 21:12
Dave Nicholson - 21.40
Kirk Bevins - 21:58
Ian Volante - 22:01
Jon Corby - 22:25
Richard Brittain - 22:55
Jon O'Neill - 24:10
Lauren Hamer - 26:30
Stephen Read - 27:25
Zubair Patel - 29:20*

*Zubair isn't registered with parkrun, but ran at Lincoln anyway in a time of 29:20 in position 212. There was only one "unknown" around that position so it must have been him.

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Post by JJ Smith » Sat Jun 25, 2016 11:18 pm

http://www.parkrun.org.uk/southmanchest ... er=2448698

21:24 (and I had to tie my shoelaces at 0.5k, really annoying). My course is very flat and I don't have any tech so I don't know how long it actually is. My best time on a treadmill is 22:45, is that common? I thought running outside was meant to be harder but I've been 80 seconds faster.

I actually found out about this because Toby Pereira posted it on facebook. Did he not want to be mentioned on the list?

I've never seen that Richard Brittain video before. I have no idea what to make of it. I mean it's pretty funny, but if you have a sense of humour you wouldn't travel across the country to attack some girl for criticising your book.

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Sun Jun 26, 2016 9:26 am

JJ Smith wrote:http://www.parkrun.org.uk/southmanchest ... er=2448698

21:24 (and I had to tie my shoelaces at 0.5k, really annoying). My course is very flat and I don't have any tech so I don't know how long it actually is. My best time on a treadmill is 22:45, is that common? I thought running outside was meant to be harder but I've been 80 seconds faster.
How long do you think the shoelaces took? At least it's a time you can go on to beat now! I've never run on a treadmill, so dunno.
I actually found out about this because Toby Pereira posted it on facebook. Did he not want to be mentioned on the list?
He's on the list in the same way you now are. :D
I've never seen that Richard Brittain video before. I have no idea what to make of it. I mean it's pretty funny, but if you have a sense of humour you wouldn't travel across the country to attack some girl for criticising your book.
I still like that video so I thought I might as well link to it anyway, despite his crimes. New list below:
Gavin Chipper wrote:Right, I'm going to put up a ranking list of Countdown/Apterous parkrunners. I'll check it every so often to see if anyone's beaten their PB, and if anyone is really insistent that they don't want to be on the list, then I can remove their name. And if I've forgotten anyone, let me know and I can add them. This list is unlikely to be anywhere near exhaustive.

Oliver Garner - 17:29
Tim Down - 17:45
Matt Bayfield - 17:56
Gevin Chapwell - 18:31
James Bradley - 19:04
Jonathan Rawlinson - 19:09
Adam Gillard - 20:18
Giles Hutchings - 20:36
Ryan Taylor - 20:39
James Laverty - 21:12
Conrad Teixeira - 21:24
Dave Nicholson - 21.40
Kirk Bevins - 21:58
Ian Volante - 22:01
Jon Corby - 22:25
Richard Brittain - 22:55
Jon O'Neill - 24:10
Lauren Hamer - 26:30
Stephen Read - 27:25
Zubair Patel - 29:20*

*Zubair isn't registered with parkrun, but ran at Lincoln anyway in a time of 29:20 in position 212. There was only one "unknown" around that position so it must have been him.
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Post by JJ Smith » Sun Jun 26, 2016 11:02 am

Gavin Chipper wrote:
JJ Smith wrote:http://www.parkrun.org.uk/southmanchest ... er=2448698

21:24 (and I had to tie my shoelaces at 0.5k, really annoying). My course is very flat and I don't have any tech so I don't know how long it actually is. My best time on a treadmill is 22:45, is that common? I thought running outside was meant to be harder but I've been 80 seconds faster.
How long do you think the shoelaces took? At least it's a time you can go on to beat now! I've never run on a treadmill, so dunno.
I actually found out about this because Toby Pereira posted it on facebook. Did he not want to be mentioned on the list?
He's on the list in the same way you now are. :D
I think it cost me 10 or 15 seconds. So hopefully I'll hit 21m next weekend. I must be missing something because I don't see him on there. [investigates] oh okay, haha.

My name's Conrad Teixeira not JJ Smith btw - for some reason the accounts I tried to make with my real name were never passed by moderators so I made one up.

Does anyone else volunteer after running? I asked to do results processing so I don't have to wait to find out my time, but the RD usually does that. I like sorting the tokens though, it takes your attention from the tiredness. And I'm really lucky because the starting point for mine is a 5 minute walk from my house.

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Sun Jul 03, 2016 4:15 pm

Two of us did the pre-CO-event parkrun at St Albans yesterday. There were 404 runners in total. Full results here.

15. Gevin Chapwell - 19:21
35. Giles Hutchings - 20:19 (PB)

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Sun Jul 03, 2016 4:19 pm

I've updated the list to include Giles's new PB. He's now just one second behind Adam Gillard! Also, Adam Curran has been discovered to be a parkrunner, so he's a new entry on this list with a decent PB of 21:14!
Gavin Chipper wrote:Right, I'm going to put up a ranking list of Countdown/Apterous parkrunners. I'll check it every so often to see if anyone's beaten their PB, and if anyone is really insistent that they don't want to be on the list, then I can remove their name. And if I've forgotten anyone, let me know and I can add them. This list is unlikely to be anywhere near exhaustive.

Oliver Garner - 17:29
Tim Down - 17:45
Matt Bayfield - 17:56
Gevin Chapwell - 18:31
James Bradley - 19:04
Jonathan Rawlinson - 19:09
Adam Gillard - 20:18
Giles Hutchings - 20:19
Ryan Taylor - 20:39
James Laverty - 21:12
Adam Curran - 21:14
Conrad Teixeira - 21:24
Dave Nicholson - 21:40
Kirk Bevins - 21:58
Ian Volante - 22:01
Jon Corby - 22:25
Richard Brittain - 22:55
Jon O'Neill - 24:10
Lauren Hamer - 26:30
Stephen Read - 27:25
Zubair Patel - 29:20*

*Zubair isn't registered with parkrun, but ran at Lincoln anyway in a time of 29:20 in position 212. There was only one "unknown" around that position so it must have been him.

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Sun Jul 24, 2016 10:46 pm

I did the Forest Rec (Nottingham) parkrun on Saturday before CO:NOT. It was just me unfortunately. Here are the full results:

14. Gevin Chapwell - 20:24.

Last year I managed 20:03, and it's the only parkrun I've done that I haven't broken 20 minutes on.

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Post by James Laverty » Sat Jul 30, 2016 9:49 am

6 seconds off the PB and first Top 20 placing today! http://www.parkrun.org.uk/rushcliffe/re ... ystememail
Definitely not Jamie McNeill or Schrodinger's Cat....

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Sat Jul 30, 2016 7:07 pm

James Laverty wrote:6 seconds off the PB and first Top 20 placing today! http://www.parkrun.org.uk/rushcliffe/re ... ystememail
I've updated the list. Jonathan Rawlinson has also sneaked past James Bradley with a time of 18:50, making him the fifth runner to go under 19 minutes!
Gavin Chipper wrote:Right, I'm going to put up a ranking list of Countdown/Apterous parkrunners. I'll check it every so often to see if anyone's beaten their PB, and if anyone is really insistent that they don't want to be on the list, then I can remove their name. And if I've forgotten anyone, let me know and I can add them. This list is unlikely to be anywhere near exhaustive.

Oliver Garner - 17:29
Tim Down - 17:45
Matt Bayfield - 17:56
Gevin Chapwell - 18:31
Jonathan Rawlinson - 18:50
James Bradley - 19:04
Adam Gillard - 20:18
Giles Hutchings - 20:19
Ryan Taylor - 20:39
James Laverty - 21:06
Adam Curran - 21:14
Conrad Teixeira - 21:24
Dave Nicholson - 21:40
Kirk Bevins - 21:58
Ian Volante - 22:01
Jon Corby - 22:25
Richard Brittain - 22:55
Jon O'Neill - 24:10
Lauren Hamer - 26:30
Stephen Read - 27:25
Zubair Patel - 29:20*

*Zubair isn't registered with parkrun, but ran at Lincoln anyway in a time of 29:20 in position 212. There was only one "unknown" around that position so it must have been him.

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Post by JJ Smith » Sat Aug 06, 2016 5:46 pm

I did 20:40 today. I should be there for Huddersfield and I'm aiming for 19:30.

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Sun Aug 07, 2016 4:44 pm

JJ Smith wrote:I did 20:40 today. I should be there for Huddersfield and I'm aiming for 19:30.
Nice job. That's quite a big jump though - another 1:10!

I haven't been able to improve for a while because I've still got this hamstring injury. I'm going on holiday for three weeks so, so I won't be as tempted to go on a run, so hopefully it will get a chance to heal properly, and I'll be smashing PBs again by the end of the year.

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Sun Aug 07, 2016 4:48 pm

Here's the latest list. I've decided to put rank numbers in. 21 on the list now - anyone know anyone else who does parkruns from C4C/Apterous?
Gavin Chipper wrote:Right, I'm going to put up a ranking list of Countdown/Apterous parkrunners. I'll check it every so often to see if anyone's beaten their PB, and if anyone is really insistent that they don't want to be on the list, then I can remove their name. And if I've forgotten anyone, let me know and I can add them. This list is unlikely to be anywhere near exhaustive.

1. Oliver Garner - 17:29
2. Tim Down - 17:45
3. Matt Bayfield - 17:56
4. Gevin Chapwell - 18:31
5. Jonathan Rawlinson - 18:50
6. James Bradley - 19:04
7. Adam Gillard - 20:18
8. Giles Hutchings - 20:19
9. Ryan Taylor - 20:39
10. Conrad Teixeira - 20:40
11. James Laverty - 21:06
12. Adam Curran - 21:14
13. Dave Nicholson - 21:40
14. Kirk Bevins - 21:58
15. Ian Volante - 22:01
16. Jon Corby - 22:25
17. Richard Brittain - 22:55
18. Jon O'Neill - 24:10
19. Lauren Hamer - 26:30
20. Stephen Read - 27:25
21. Zubair Patel - 29:20*

*Zubair isn't registered with parkrun, but ran at Lincoln anyway in a time of 29:20 in position 212. There was only one "unknown" around that position so it must have been him.

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Sat Sep 17, 2016 12:30 pm

I updated this today after Corby informed me he's back running and has taken 7 seconds off his PB. I checked everyone else too. Laverty has improved a bit since I last checked, but Dave Nicholson has improved by 50 seconds and gone up two places! I also hear that Lauren Hamer is back running again, which is good news.
Gavin Chipper wrote:Right, I'm going to put up a ranking list of Countdown/Apterous parkrunners. I'll check it every so often to see if anyone's beaten their PB, and if anyone is really insistent that they don't want to be on the list, then I can remove their name. And if I've forgotten anyone, let me know and I can add them. This list is unlikely to be anywhere near exhaustive.

1. Oliver Garner - 17:29
2. Tim Down - 17:45
3. Matt Bayfield - 17:56
4. Gevin Chapwell - 18:31
5. Jonathan Rawlinson - 18:50
6. James Bradley - 19:04
7. Adam Gillard - 20:18
8. Giles Hutchings - 20:19
9. Ryan Taylor - 20:39
10. Conrad Teixeira - 20:40
11. Dave Nicholson - 20:50
12. James Laverty - 21:05
13. Adam Curran - 21:14
14. Kirk Bevins - 21:58
15. Ian Volante - 22:01
16. Jon Corby - 22:18
17. Richard Brittain - 22:55
18. Jon O'Neill - 24:10
19. Lauren Hamer - 26:30
20. Stephen Read - 27:14
21. Zubair Patel - 29:20*

*Zubair isn't registered with parkrun, but ran at Lincoln anyway in a time of 29:20 in position 212. There was only one "unknown" around that position so it must have been him.

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Sat Sep 24, 2016 1:28 pm

Corby has just knocked 20 seconds of his PB to go past Ian Volante, under 22 minutes and level with Kirk.
Gavin Chipper wrote:Right, I'm going to put up a ranking list of Countdown/Apterous parkrunners. I'll check it every so often to see if anyone's beaten their PB, and if anyone is really insistent that they don't want to be on the list, then I can remove their name. And if I've forgotten anyone, let me know and I can add them. This list is unlikely to be anywhere near exhaustive.

1. Oliver Garner - 17:29
2. Tim Down - 17:45
3. Matt Bayfield - 17:56
4. Gevin Chapwell - 18:31
5. Jonathan Rawlinson - 18:50
6. James Bradley - 19:04
7. Adam Gillard - 20:18
8. Giles Hutchings - 20:19
9. Ryan Taylor - 20:39
10. Conrad Teixeira - 20:40
11. Dave Nicholson - 20:50
12. James Laverty - 21:05
13. Adam Curran - 21:14
14. Kirk Bevins - 21:58
=. Jon Corby - 21:58
16. Ian Volante - 22:01
17. Richard Brittain - 22:55
18. Jon O'Neill - 24:10
19. Lauren Hamer - 26:30
20. Stephen Read - 27:14
21. Zubair Patel - 29:20*

*Zubair isn't registered with parkrun, but ran at Lincoln anyway in a time of 29:20 in position 212. There was only one "unknown" around that position so it must have been him.

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Post by Tim Down » Sat Oct 01, 2016 3:39 pm

I've been injured since May so there's no prospect of me getting anywhere near my best time this year.

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Sat Oct 01, 2016 5:26 pm

Tim Down wrote:I've been injured since May so there's no prospect of me getting anywhere near my best time this year.
It's annoying isn't it? I've had a hamstring injury that's been around for most of this year. It seems a bit better now, so hopefully I can get back to where I was.

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Sat Oct 01, 2016 5:45 pm

Braintree MP James Cleverly came to my parkrun today. He didn't run though.

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Sun Oct 09, 2016 9:41 pm

At the Huddersfield parkrun on Saturday before COHUD, CO-event newcomer Mike Springett ran it in 23:07. He was the only participant from COHUD as far as I'm aware, so that's a win for him. He has a PB of 20:36, which puts him 10th on the list (see below). It would be 9th, but I found out that Tom Hargreaves is also a parkrunner and has a PB of 20:20 putting him 9th! So the likes of Corby have slipped down two places.
Gavin Chipper wrote:Right, I'm going to put up a ranking list of Countdown/Apterous parkrunners. I'll check it every so often to see if anyone's beaten their PB, and if anyone is really insistent that they don't want to be on the list, then I can remove their name. And if I've forgotten anyone, let me know and I can add them. This list is unlikely to be anywhere near exhaustive.

1. Oliver Garner - 17:29
2. Tim Down - 17:45
3. Matt Bayfield - 17:56
4. Gevin Chapwell - 18:31
5. Jonathan Rawlinson - 18:50
6. James Bradley - 19:04
7. Adam Gillard - 20:18
8. Giles Hutchings - 20:19
9. Tom Hargreaves - 20:20
10. Michael Springett - 20:36
11. Ryan Taylor - 20:39
12. Conrad Teixeira - 20:40
13. Dave Nicholson - 20:50
14. James Laverty - 21:05
15. Adam Curran - 21:14
16. Kirk Bevins - 21:58
=. Jon Corby - 21:58
18. Ian Volante - 22:01
19. Richard Brittain - 22:55
20. Jon O'Neill - 24:10
21. Lauren Hamer - 26:30
22. Stephen Read - 27:14
23. Zubair Patel - 29:20*

*Zubair isn't registered with parkrun, but ran at Lincoln anyway in a time of 29:20 in position 212. There was only one "unknown" around that position so it must have been him.

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Sat Dec 24, 2016 6:34 pm

I imagine Adam Gillard has been in training for the two parkruns in the year that he can do. Is a new PB on the cards?

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Sun Dec 25, 2016 8:56 pm

There's no evidence that Adam Gillard did a parkrun today. Just New Year's Day left for him. In other news, Oliver Garner has beaten the Countdown community record with a time of 17:22!
Gavin Chipper wrote:Right, I'm going to put up a ranking list of Countdown/Apterous parkrunners. I'll check it every so often to see if anyone's beaten their PB, and if anyone is really insistent that they don't want to be on the list, then I can remove their name. And if I've forgotten anyone, let me know and I can add them. This list is unlikely to be anywhere near exhaustive.

1. Oliver Garner - 17:22
2. Tim Down - 17:45
3. Matt Bayfield - 17:56
4. Gevin Chapwell - 18:31
5. Jonathan Rawlinson - 18:50
6. James Bradley - 19:04
7. Adam Gillard - 20:18
8. Giles Hutchings - 20:19
9. Tom Hargreaves - 20:20
10. Michael Springett - 20:36
11. Ryan Taylor - 20:39
12. Conrad Teixeira - 20:40
13. Dave Nicholson - 20:50
14. James Laverty - 21:05
15. Adam Curran - 21:14
16. Kirk Bevins - 21:58
=. Jon Corby - 21:58
18. Ian Volante - 22:01
19. Richard Brittain - 22:55
20. Jon O'Neill - 24:10
21. Lauren Hamer - 26:30
22. Stephen Read - 26:49
23. Zubair Patel - 29:20*

*Zubair isn't registered with parkrun, but ran at Lincoln anyway in a time of 29:20 in position 212. There was only one "unknown" around that position so it must have been him.
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Post by Matt Morrison » Mon Dec 26, 2016 4:37 pm

new year's day is in this year?

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Mon Dec 26, 2016 5:10 pm

Matt Morrison wrote:new year's day is in this year?
The year starts on Christmas Day.

By the way, why is it then when I question why the AD/BC system should have Christmas Day on 1st January, why do most people not get what I'm talking about? Is everyone fucking stupid? Not only should people get what I'm talking about, they should all have already thought of it independently themselves.

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