And we all thought it was going to get quieter as we start to get to the summer, then along come Cosmeston relays and Vicky’s monster 100km dash. Never seem someone so determined to get the longest run stat back!
Been a bit of a clear up tonight on Strava which will be finished next week as people finish doing their disclaimers and joining as registered runners.
Each member has to be set and and registered with Welsh Athletics once their fees are transferred and I think Vicky will be doing a bit of catching up while she rests her legs this week (See loves it really). We have over 45 names so far set up on Welsh Athletics with more being set up everyday, we did get a tweet mention as we had so many members set up in the first weekend!! We will be a strong club soon.
With a bit of reminding we have 142 runners registered with the disclaimer and a few more regulars still to complete their forms, remember that we will not be able to let you run with the groups unless you have completed the disclaimer, it’s free, online and easy to do so come on. Of the 141, 85 have said that they wish to be registered with Welsh Athletics and that’s amazing. Remember to be a full member you need to attend our planned runs throughout the year.
The affiliation BBQ is this weekend, so last shout out for the tickets, adults just a fiver each and kids under 12 are free!! We would love to see all those that watch the page join in too or at least support it by buying a raffle ticket, some great prizes on there. (I’ll be back to promoting the Christmas doo after weekend so be ready:))
On with the stats….
On Strava we now have 142 runners, 85 ladies and 57 gents.
So far we have a total of 2453 running weeks, these are a week where some one has been out at least once. The ladies have 1323 and the men have 1130.
We have a few persistent runners that make it out every week of the year, so far this year there are 27 you are all listed below, so well done and keep it up.
To date we have run 55723.8kms and climbed 544888 meters, logging 7236 runs between us all.
The total distance champion for the year so far is Neil Jones with a total of 2066.8km, and the mountain goat crown for the year so far is Neil Jones with 24044m climbed.
For the ladies Catherine Powell has done 1349.3km and Catherine Powell is the highest climber so far with 16231 meters for the ladies.
The longest run to date goes to Vicky Mead with a distance of 101.2km, longest male run to date is Tim Petterson with a distance of 72.
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 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 8 people who fall into this group.
On Parkrun we now have 66 runners, between us we have clocked up 1631 runs. That’s 8155kms, pretty impressive. To be included in this stat you need to set you club as Pontyclun Road Runners.
Within Parkrun there are milestones for runners and we have a few runners with these, so far we have 4 runners who have completed over 100 runs, and 6 runners who have completed over 50 runs.
If you are getting close to one of these milestones let everyone know as we all love to be there to support each other for these.
This week, we have completed 1804.8kms and climbed 19828 meters
The furthest distance goes to Vicky Mead with 106.2km and for the men Neil Jones has run 85.3km
Our mountain goat goes to Vicky Mead with 1406 meters, for the men Neil Jones has climbed 1163 meters.
Our longest single distance goes to Vicky Mead with 101.2 km, for the men Neil Jones has run 42.1 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 2000 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, 29 for the 1000 km, 13 for the 1000 Miles, 2 for the 1500 Miles and 1 for the ultimate 2000 Miles Challenge. You can track your name below.
I’ve added a new feature this week called living on the edge, you’ll get that next to you name if you have to run in the next week to stay on your current list 🙂
We are on track to complete the 100,000km challenge with 55,724km completed with the target of 53,846km so far this year.
This week the womblers furthest distance goes to Sam Clarkstone with 21.4km and our wombling mountain goat is Sam Clarkstone with 138 meters. The longest single distance goes to Sam Clarkstone with 8.5 km.
On track to complete 500km this year (Average 10k per week, so far 270km)
Josh Doyle ….Up there but ….Living on the edge….
Mandy Thomas Gulliford
Ross Youlden …. going down….
On track to complete 1000km this year (Average 19k per week, so far 539km)
Gaby Worgan ….Living on the edge….
Rebecca Broomfield ….Living on the edge….
Tim Davies ….Living on the edge….
On track to complete 1000 Miles this year (Average 31k per week, so far 867km)
Matthew Aherne ….Living on the edge….
On track to complete 1500 Miles this year (Average 46k per week, so far 1,300km)
On track to complete 2000 Miles this year (Average 77k per week, so far 1,733km)
Whats coming up…..
Affiliation party and celebration, July 22nd
7th October Curry night after the Cardiff Half
And very importantly the Christmas Doo on December 8th, book your place now. See the post in events and announcements, please any new members join us, we have a great night and support is so important.
Runs on the calendar to watch for
May12th 2019 – #GrahamsRun The Hensol Loop.
Keep an eye on facebook for the impromptu social at the Boars Head or the Pipeworks too.