PRR Stats July 3rd

Well these Mondays come around too fast, thanks for the prompt.

The numbers keep going up and we have got to 86 for the Cardiff half, well we had better try and get to 100 now. If you have joined the club and thinking about that first half challenge, join up and join us for the half.

One new runner on Strava this week, welcome  Tanya Tye. 78, well 79 runners out there last week, I’m not goingt o count the last one as 54:05:53 per kilometer kills the stats a bit!! oops when you leave your watch running on its own😉. A grand total of 1519.4 kms and 216 runs so all in all another great week out there. Been a few on recovery so it will be great to see everyone back on the runs soon.

Kings and Queens this week, King for the distance is Gethin this week and Queen for the week is Victoria Young as she is the only one to get a mention in dispatches this week, well done both.

Top distance goes to Gethin Edwards this week and a great effort of 67.7km , for the ladies Vicky Mead ran 64.2 and once again the biggest single run of 32.7km. Well done to you both.

Nana goat this week is Vicky Mead with 859m climbed during the week.

A new pace setter for this week with Stefan Hill pacing it at 4:37/km averaged over 12.8km.

28 post 6:30’s this week, top distance goes to Vicky with her impressive 64.2 but not far behind again is Menna Rees on 52.2km.

Dab of the week……… Found a dab but no tag #PRRdab, come on peeps get the photos in.

#PRROntour – Can only see one tag with Miguel Sutcliffe lost in spain, at least the 5 K only went to 8.5km.

Mentioned in dispatches…..

Only one mention this week for Victoria Young, matched your fastest week and keeping that average down. 🙂

If you’re running in the heat to make sure you have plenty of water with you and for the bigger runs make sure you eat more than you would normally to get that energy in, I think we need a new hash tag #PRRCarbing should be some interesting pics of food.Lots of great running there, the average pace for the group was 6:06. 🙂 Great running by everyone in the hot weather and lots of distances which would have slowed it down.

If anyone has signed up for the Cardiff half recently, don’t forget to set PRR as your team on Active.com, almost time to start the preparation for the Cardiff half, if you’re new to the group don’t forget to sign up to help make the magic 100.

Keep an eye out for the organised runs on the facebook page, If your are heading out post a message to see if anyone wants to join you over half term, there are a few more people around during the day.

Keep up the efforts 🙂

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