LRC at record 20 parkruns in 3 Continents


Lothian Running Club took part in no fewer than 20 different parkruns on Saturday. This was a record for the club and a more significant statistic is that they took place in three different continents.

Furthest travelled was Zara Edwards who was Down Under participating in the Centennial parkrin in Sydney. Next stop South Africa where Andrew Corrigan finished 8th in the Durban Point parkrun.

Into Europe and Andrew Beattie was in France where he crossed the line in 4th place in the parkrun de La Ramee. Down in England at Hesketh Park Graham McIntyre was the 2nd over-60 finisher in the Southport parkrun.

Back on home soil Josh Dack was first over the line at Livingston with Robbie Kennedy occupying a similar position at Drumpellier Country parkrun.  At Plean, Euan Rennie was second home with Elizabeth  Rennie the leading female.  Over in Fife Will Moffat finished 3rd with Courtney Moffat 1st female.

On the Isle of Bute only 32 runners participated in the Mount Stuart parkrun with Mahlen Fox finishing in 5th place. Closer to home again and Al Aitken was 3rd at Vogrie parkrun.

On what was a busy morning LRC were also represented in the parkruns at Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Tollcross, Ganavan Sands, Kirkcaldy, Portobello, Ellon, Crathes Castle, Polkemmet and Oriam.

In the history of parkrun 169 LRC members have taken part in 5,656 parkruns.

Results for 9th Nov.

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