End of the month stats.

Well another week has come and gone and a few more races have been run, that means more bling to show at the #PRRsocial 🙂

Great to see the return of the #PRRdab and our featured image shows a classic, although I think having a nap in the middle of the race isn’t allowed unless it is quite close to the end of the Cardiff half.

Great to see so many new runner out there this week with the beginners and we hope to see even more this week, record turn out on the wombler night with 52 last week. (May start selling the Cardiff half soon as places are going!)

On with the stats for this week and the effort to try and get everyone a mention….

On Strava we now have 168 runners, 98 ladies and 70 gents. Not all so active though, so if you are one of the 54 that have got out there yet, now is the time to get moving (or you may just disappear off the list!!). A new runner on the stats this week so welcome Zoe Clarke.
So far we have a total of 346 running weeks, these are a week where some one has been out at least once (This will get clearer as the year moves on). The ladies have 175 and the men have 171.
We have a few persistent runners that make it out every week of the year, so far this year there are 53 you are all listed below, so well done and keep it up.
To date we have run 8296.4kms and climbed 80117 meters, logging 1081 runs between us all.
The total distance champion for the year so far is Neil Jones with a total of 455km, and the mountain goat crown for the year so far is Gethin Edwards with 5191m climbed.
For the ladies Emma Reed has done 236.5km and Emma Reed is the highest climber so far with 2527 meters for the ladies.
The longest run to date goes to Jonathan Mead with a distance of 43.3km, longest female run to date is Vicky Mead with a distance of 43.2.
Within the club we have the womblers, at the moment these are runners who are not the fast pace racers and tend to run shorter distances, as these generally get drowned by the high rollers so I am creating your own set of stats.
At the moment I have classed womblers as runners who pace at more than 06:30 min / K, and run less than 10km maximum on a single run, we have 22 people who fall into this group.

Weekly Stats…
This week, we have completed 2055.1kms and climbed 19119 meters
The furthest distance goes to Neil Jones with 180.1km and for the ladies Catherine Powell has run 57.1km
Our mountain goat goes to Neil Jones with 2274 meters, for the ladies Vicky Mead has climbed 583 meters.
Our longest single distance goes to Matthew Aherne with 31 km, for the ladies Claire Prosser has run 30.8 km.
We have a few challenges running this year, a distance for every one to have as a goal at 500 km, 1000 km, 1000 miles, 1500 miles and 2500 miles. I have also given us a group challenge to complete 100,000 kms during the year.
So far 25 are on track to complete the 500 km challenge, 21 for the 1000 km, 11 for the 1000 Miles, 8 for the 1500 Miles and 2 for the ultimate 2500 MilesChallenge. You can track yor name below..
We are on track to complete the 100000km challenge with 8,296km completed with the target of 7,692km so far this year
This week the womblers furthest distance goes to Rebecca Broomfield with 27.2km and our wombling mountain goat is Rebecca Broomfield with 264 meters. The longest single distance goes to Caitriona Harvey with 7.7 km

Period Stats… (Every 4 weeks, i.e. weeks 1-4, 5-8 etc)
This period, we have completed 8296.4kms and climbed 80117 meters
The furthest distance this month goes to Neil Jones with 455km and for the ladies Emma Reed has run 236.5km
Our mountain goat goes to Gethin Edwards with 5191 meters, for the ladies Emma Reed has climbed 2527 meters.
Our longest single distance goes to Jonathan Mead with 43.3 km, for the ladies Vicky Mead has run 43.2 km.
This month the womblers furthest distance goes to Rebecca Broomfield with 99.1km and our wombling mountain goat is Rebecca Broomfield with 926 meters. The longest single distance goes to Caitriona Harvey with 9.6 km.

On track to complete 500km this year (Average 10k per week)

Amanda Burrell
Ben Trotman
Carys Rees
Celine Gulliford
Chris Medcalf
christina roberts
Emma Rees-Taylor
Fay Lawrence
Gill Gubbings
Glyn Davies
Graham Jones
Jason Saville
Jo Jenkins
Katie Mortimer-Jones
Linda Doyle
Louise Maxwell-Lyte
Mark Hester
Matthew Wilmington
Paul Binning
Rob Scott
Sarah Woolls
Stephen Shepheard
Tim Davies
Tim Munn
Victoria Young

On track to complete 1000km this year (Average 19k per week)

Adam Thomas
Alan jackson
Becky Brumbill
Catherine Davis
Charlaine Roberts
Chris Chambost
Chris Lindley
Claire Prosser
Darpan Singh
Jonathan Mead
Leigh Smith
Liz Perna
Matthew Aherne
Miguel Sutcliffe
Rebecca Broomfield
Rhys Evans
Sarah Passmore
Shawn Murtough
Sophie Taylor
Stephen Paskell
Tudor Williams

On track to complete 1000 Miles this year (Average 31k per week)

Claire Tapper
David Sansom
David Shewring
Dhana Caple
Gail Havard
Jo Marshall
Mike Donnelly
Paul Chamberlain
rhyddian john
Tim Petterson
Vicky Mead

On track to complete 1500 Miles this year (Average 46k per week)

Adam Payne
Adrian Davies
Catherine Powell
Emma Reed
Kay Lawless
Kerry Roberts
Ross Youlden
Steve Burrell

On track to complete 2500 Miles this year (Average 77k per week)

Gethin Edwards
Neil Jones

Persistent runners.

Adam Thomas
Adrian Davies
Alan jackson
Becky Brumbill
Catherine Davis
Catherine Powell
Celine Gulliford
Charlaine Roberts
Chris Chambost
Chris Lindley
Chris Medcalf
Claire Prosser
Claire Tapper
Darpan Singh
David Sansom
David Shewring
Dhana Caple
Emma Reed
Fay Lawrence
Gethin Edwards
Gill Gubbings
Graham Jones
Jo Jenkins
Jo Marshall
Jonathan Mead
Katie Mortimer-Jones
Kay Lawless
Kerry Roberts
Leigh Smith
Lisa Cliffe
Liz Perna
Louise Maxwell-Lyte
Matthew Aherne
Matthew Wilmington
Miguel Sutcliffe
Mike Donnelly
Natalie Chamberlain
Neil Jones
Paul Binning
Paul Chamberlain
Rebecca Broomfield
rhyddian john
Rhys Evans
Ross Youlden
Sarah Woolls
Sophie Taylor
Stephen Paskell
Stephen Shepheard
Steve Burrell
Tim Davies
Tim Munn
Tim Petterson
Victoria Young

 

Keep on running our there, you’re all doing a great job.

 

If you don’t get a mention let me know and I’m sure i will find a new category, oh yes and the definition of a Wombler is subject to change!! If your not on the wombler list you can easily cope with the runs on the other nights too so come and join us on a Tuesday or Thursday.

Don’t forget the Indiaah social on the 18th Feb, we always have a great night out, plus we are all waiting for the official story from uncle Jon and Aunty Vicky about the holibobs in America 🙂

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