Stubbington Green Runners set for Lee-on-the-Solent parkrun pacing event

Stubbington Green Runners will be taking over Lee-on-the-Solent parkrun. Picture: Duncan Shepherd
Stubbington Green Runners will be taking over Lee-on-the-Solent parkrun. Picture: Duncan Shepherd
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A pacing event will take place at Lee-on-the-Solent parkrun on Saturday, November 10.

Stubbington Green Runners will be taking over the volunteer roles and looking to provide pacers from 20 minutes, for every two minutes up to 40 minutes, as well as a run, walk pacer.

Lee-on-the-Solent parkrun takes place on Saturdays at Marine Parade East. Picture: Duncan Shepherd

Lee-on-the-Solent parkrun takes place on Saturdays at Marine Parade East. Picture: Duncan Shepherd

It’s always a popular occasion and lots of runners will no doubt be looking to achieve personal bests, or particular target times on the day.

Meanwhile, Rob Greenwood finished in first position for the 16th time at Lee parkrun on Saturday.

Talented youngster Isabelle Hinkley continued her excellent run of form with a personal best time 18.26 to finish sixth overall and first female.

Gosport’s Nikki Moxham had a strong run as she finished ninth overall (18.44).

John Lovell ran his 100th parkrun on Saturday. His personal best time for the course is 23.30.

He has done 86 of his parkruns at Lee.

His total also includes running at Southsea, Portsmouth Lakeside, Fareham and Whiteley.

The 177th event at Lee had 439 finishers and 46 volunteers helping out to make sure everything ran smoothly.

Adam Barlow finished in first position at Whiteley parkrun on Saturday.

The Portsmouth Joggers Club member recorded a time of 17.43.

Susie MacGregor was the first female finisher as she completed the course in 20.34 and was 11th overall.

Her Stubbington Green Runners club-mate Amy Fox finished next in 22.54 – a new course personal best for her.

Helen Meigh finished her 50th parkrun.

It was a great day for personal bests.

Both the third and fourth females also got their fastest times.

Tracey Shepperd ran 23.55 and Alison Byatt finished in 24.13.

Claire Light was another Stubbington runner to set her best as she finished in 25.08, while Tracy Langdale did her fastest time of 25.39.

In total 187 people finished the 81st Whiteley parkrun.

At Fareham parkrun first timer Brandon Mulliner led the way with a time of 18.13.

Jay Withers (18.14) and Matthew Wray (18.33) got personal bests as they finished second and third.

Stubbington’s Daisy McClements was the first lady (21.40).

Hazel Barnes was second with a personal best of 24.11.

It was the 137th Fareham parkrun and in total 342 people completed the 5k at Cams Hall Estate.