Manjimup parkrun #263 30th March 2019

For our 5th birthday run today, 45 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 8 were first timers and 7 recorded new Personal Bests. Interesting stats for Manjimup parkrun for the year gone by listed later.

Welcome to the Wear family from Rockingham (Wally Cecilia, Mark and Tod also celebrating his 8th birthday), Matthew Stevens, Jim Langford, Edward, Clayton, and Sarah Elizabeth Jefferson,  Look forward to seeing you again.

There were 7 PB's achieved today. Congratulations for achieving a new PB go to Graeme Pearce, Finlay Phillips Johns, Andy Roberts, Clare Omedei, Annabel Sewell and Ryan Oliver. Great to see a number of our junior parkrunners achieving a new milestone.

As always volunteers make parkrun possible so a big thank-you go to

Russell CANDY • Mark SEWELL • Willah SEWELL • Delyth PHILLIPS JOHNS • Jenna OLIVER • Jodie PEARCE ( todays Run Director) • Ryan PEARCE

Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Manjimup parkrun Results Page.

Stats for the year to the 23rd March are as follows;

53 parkruns held. least attended 10, most attended 41 (beaten today)

Km completed 6745

number of distinct parkrunners 301 at Manjimup.  We have 482 registered parkrunners

Finishers   Adult Female 662    Adult Male   425  Junior female 141  Junior Male 72

Most runs over the Year:  Jenna Oliver 44, Denise Blakers 40, Kathryn Rosinski 39, John Keogh 35, Wendy Menzie 34.

Top Volunteers (all time):   Mark Sewell 203,  Russell Candy 138,  Cameron Whelan 87, Willah Sewell, 67, Sharon Roche 59. (Note in early years some volunteer efforts not recorded,  but in recent times all vollie tasks such as set up/pull down, tail walker now recorded)

Kathryn Rosinski holds the record for the most PB's attained (8) followed by Anna Garrat (5), Mahdi Al Asad (4), and Wendy Menzie (4)

Ambrose Foley hold the record for most first finishers at 21.  Followed by Cameron Whelan 5, Benan Humphries 2, Delton Jacobs 2 and Peter Krispyn 2.


Manjimup parkrun started on 29th March 2014. Since then 850 participants have completed 6,204 parkruns covering a total distance of 31,020 km, including 880 new Personal Bests. A total of 127 individuals have volunteered 1,297 times