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    I notice that the only one he's done twice is Bradford. Yay for Lister Park!
    "Get yourself together, Jones" - Ray Davies

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    Quote Originally Posted by OB1 View Post
    There's nowt so queer as folk.
    The first finisher at Glossop parkrun today has clocked up 118 parkrun runs at 117 different events (parkrun locations).
    I guess there is only a slim chance that we will be seeing him again, then.
    I believe he used to be on the forum in the days of the gravy-boys - as Fellhell?

    Last time he was parkrunning/first finisher over that way was when I was also over, running at Stamford Park and cheering in 'Multiterrainer very very senior' as the first v80-84. Good to see you guys are looking after my dad at Glossop these day - V80-84 course records 3 weeks in a row!

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    I was at Glossop last week doing my 199th parkrun.
    Did my 200th at Woodbank on Saturday.

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    [QUOTE=Swoop;615773]I was at Glossop last week doing my 199th parkrun.
    Did my 200th at Woodbank on Saturday.[/QUOTE

    Great effort swoop.
    Care to elaborate on the goods, bads, ugliest, quickest etc???
    A quote,

    "The greatest accomplishment is not in never falling, but in rising again after you fall."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swoop View Post
    I was at Glossop last week doing my 199th parkrun.
    Did my 200th at Woodbank on Saturday.
    brilliant, thanks for coming to Glossop (I'm one of the run directors), good to get locals and tourists at our run. Congratulations on the 200th

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Head View Post
    looks like Parkrun will arrive in Lancaster in November. I reckon it's 5 years since my 2 runs at South Manchester, might have to dig out my bar code
    Lancaster Parkrun now due to start in January

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    Excellent - will be attending that when visiting my mum for the weekend.

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    Done nearly 30 parkruns now a toughmudder 3 trail races reckon its done me no harm..ready for a fell race now
    Feel ready for it parkrunning was great experience...i uused to like cross country at school best 15 mins all week .

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclops View Post
    brilliant, thanks for coming to Glossop (I'm one of the run directors), good to get locals and tourists at our run. Congratulations on the 200th
    I was one of the hardcore at a very wet Glossop this morning, it's a nice little course with a good mix of everything, also good to see that Caitlin was one of the volunteer team. Will hopefully be back there again on NYD on another visit to parents in Hadfield.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Multiterrainer View Post
    I was one of the hardcore at a very wet Glossop this morning, it's a nice little course with a good mix of everything, also good to see that Caitlin was one of the volunteer team. Will hopefully be back there again on NYD on another visit to parents in Hadfield.
    Hi Martin,
    I probably saw you as I was there briefly yesterday...definitely cold and wet conditions making it interesting for the runners. Likely I'll be there NYD so be good to see you again, fingers crossed for drier conditions!
    Lynne

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