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This is a 'catch up' compendium of our parkrunning at Wythenshawe since late January. Most pictures are taken at the start, for obvious reasons, and there are one or two from the Community Run on Sunday mornings.
After a few weeks of rainy parkruns, today's fine weather was welcomed, albeit no sunshine.
Graham and I were Owen's minders today, near the tail of the field.
The tearoom was pretty cold outside, to where we are banished due to the presnce of a dog, Rufus, who would simply go to sleep under a table if allowed inside. The present management have lost lots of business from parkrunners due to their officious rules and slow service.
The full results are here.
On another cold morning, I used three layers to keep me warm on the 5km Wythenshawe Community Run, taking a shade over 30 minutes.
We flocked to the start, and it appears from the picture taken at the finish that I got there ahead of Sue, which is very unusual these days.
Michael turned up with Isabella, who enjoyed watching the runners before going to play in the well equipped playground.
Tristan was today's Run Director, with 241 participants - we are getting between 200 and 300 participants each week these days.
A motley crew of stalwarts posed after the finish. Full results are here.
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Mike and Isabella came along again to cheer on the runners, with Andy wearing the Run Director vest today.
Isabella is becoming a regular supporter. One day she'll take a break from playing in the leaves and run with the rest of us.
Readers may be relieved that there are no actual running pictures for this run, on another cold, overcast day. Full results are here.
Sunny on Sunday for the Community Run, which starts and finishes with a lap of the track - much enjoyed by both the 2km and the 5km participants.
More sunshine, with Alan donning the Run Director's vest and keeping the 240 runners in order at the start.
Jonathan lined up after the run with Mark, whose 400th parkrun it was today (thanks for the cake, Mark), and Sue, who went well in 25:07, coming first in her age group. (Perhaps the fast people were resting in preparation for their Saturday afternoon cross country race.)
The Courtyard Tea Room wasn't needed today, as it was warm enough to sit outside the much friendlier kiosk outside the farm. Better coffee too.
We missed Isabella today, as she was feeling a bit off colour. (She's better now.)
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