Another amazing week in the land of PRR we had relays, races, iron men, and horses. Lots of first places and lots of new runs for people.
I must say a huge congratulations to Miguel Sutcliffe for his mamouth Iron man effort over the weekend, also huge kudos to Cath Powell, Adam Payne, Gethin Edwards and Neil Jones in challenging a beating a few of those horses. Anything else? oh yes Cottrell Park relays with two sets of medal for PRR runners in what was a pretty brutal circuit but a great experience for everyone who took part (See the photo as there were just too many to name)
For the mixed team
This is the most casual over the finish line shot ever 🙂
Overall winners and for the Over 40’s!
And on with the stats….
On Strava we now have 142 runners, 85 ladies and 57 gents. This week is the second bumper week of the year with over 100 runners on the road.
So far we have a total of 2007 running weeks, these are a week where some one has been out at least once. The ladies have 1091 and the men have 916.
We have a few persistent runners that make it out every week of the year, so far this year there are 26 you are all listed below, so well done and keep it up.
To date we have run 47091.1kms and climbed 455325 meters, logging 5919 runs between us all.
The total distance champion for the year so far is Neil Jones with a total of 1738km, and the mountain goat crown for the year so far is Neil Jones with 20255m climbed.
For the ladies Catherine Powell has done 1100.7km and Catherine Powell is the highest climber so far with 12711 meters for the ladies.
The longest run to date goes to Tim Petterson with a distance of 72km, longest female run to date is Jo Marshall with a distance of 71.5.
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 60 runners, between us we have clocked up 1458 runs. That’s 7290kms, 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 3 runners who have completed over 100 runs, and 7 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.
#PRRontour A few tourists out there in the heat last week and once again we have enjoyed seeing the route from afar, also some of the holiday snaps too so keep them coming.
#PRRhugs another week of hugs all round with the team work and support that is heart of PRR.
This week, we have completed 2106.2kms and climbed 25411 meters
The furthest distance goes to Adrian Davies with 73.3km and for the ladies Catherine Powell has run 52.7km
Our mountain goat goes to Neil Jones with 1495 meters, for the ladies Catherine Powell has climbed 1344 meters.
Our longest single distance goes to Adam Payne with 35.7 km, for the ladies Catherine Powell has run 35.6 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 26 are on track to complete the 500 km challenge, 29 for the 1000 km, 13 for the 1000 Miles, 3 for the 1500 Miles and 1 for the ultimate 2000 Miles Challenge. You can track your name below.
We are on track to complete the 100,000km challenge with 47,091km completed with the target of 44,231km so far this year.
This week the womblers furthest distance goes to Natalie Kendrick-Doyle with 11.2km and our wombling mountain goat is Natalie Kendrick-Doyle with 91 meters. The longest single distance goes to Natalie Kendrick-Doyle with 6.1 km.
On track to complete 500km this year (Average 10k per week, so far 221km)
Mandy Thomas Gulliford
On track to complete 1000km this year (Average 19k per week, so far 443km)
On track to complete 1000 Miles this year (Average 31k per week, so far 712km)
On track to complete 1500 Miles this year (Average 46k per week, so far 1,068km)
On track to complete 2000 Miles this year (Average 77k per week, so far 1,424km)
Whats coming up…..
24th June Swansea half curry night
Affiliation party / Treasure hunt and celebration, July 22nd (Tickets being released this week)
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.
May12th 2019 – #GrahamsRun The Hensol Loop.
Keep an eye on facebook for the impromptu social at the Boars Head or the Pipeworks too.