Mosman parkrun will not be open on Christmas or New Years Day

After much deliberation, your event team have decided that we cannot put on an event on Christmas Day nor New Years Day.

Keep an eye out on this site for other parkruns in the area that will be providing you with your parkrun fix.

Kind Regards

Mosman parkrun volunteers




Mosman parkrun, Event number 41, 6th December 2014

This was the parkrun with humid weather.
Thirty five starters, all together.
Grant was given our monthly prize.
We hope that we picked the right size.
Three first timers and four personal best.
There's always next week for the rest.
We had two junior volunteers.
Showing up their older peers.
Drop us a line if you can help.
There's one hundred points under your belt*.
Mosman parkrun is for all that come.
Walk, jog, crawl or run.
Whether it's your 50th or very first one.
We hope you have a lot of fun.
Only five days you have to wait.
If it's hot, hydrate, hydrate, HYDRATE!

*100 points for volunteering is for the first 3 occasions during our parkrun year.

~~SPOTLIGHT~~ Whether you've completed an Ironman or your first 5km, we'd love to hear about it!
As mentioned in Saturday's run brief, our own David Loader has qualified for the Ironman 70.3 World Championships in Austria next year. Way to go, David! And, as we were enjoying our post run coffee on Saturday, another one of our parkrunners, Alan Burton, was racking his bike at Ironman Western Australia. He completed his 4th Ironman on Sunday with a fantastic result - 265 overall with a time of 10:35:30.

We're very proud of you guys!

Christmas and New Year's Day parkruns - there are two times of the year where a parkrun can take place outside of our usual Saturday time. That is Christmas Day and New Year's Day! We are still discussing the logistics and we'll let you know very soon. Watch this space and check on our Facebook page.

Men's placings:
David LOADER (VM50-54) of Sydney Striders, was first over the line in 18:17 - 19th time in 26 appearances.
Brian BLACK (SM25-29) of Karmea, was second over the line in 18:22 - has been first to finish on 4 previous occasions.
Jonathan CORNE (SM25-29) (Unattached) was third over the line in 19:48.

Current standing in the Men's annual points competition:
Grant BERTHOLD (Pirate Ship of Fools Australia) 730 pts.
David LOADER (Sydney Striders) 599 pts.
Jonathan CORNE (Unattached) 580 pts.

Women's placings:
Justine CARMICHAEL (VW40-44) (Unattached) was first (9th overall) over the line in 21:56 - 4th time in 4 appearances.
Ruanne BRELL (VW35-39) of five30runners, was second (14th overall) over the line in 25:10 - has been first to finish on 2 previous occasions.
Edwina DUFFY (SW30-34) (Unattached) was third (15th overall) over the line in 25:11.

Current standing in the Women's annual points competition:
Fiona EASTLEY (Unattached) 626 pts.
Ruanne BRELL (five30runners) 596 pts.
Justine CARMICHAEL (Unattached) 500 pts.

The following runners recorded the best Age Grade scores:
David LOADER (VM50-54) was graded 80.67% for the time 18:17 (first overall).
Richard LOWRY (VM60-64) was graded 76.42% for the time 21:21 (7th overall).
Barry JONES (VM70-74) was graded 73.31% for the time 24:21 (13th overall).

This week there were 35 runners, of whom 4 were first timers and 4 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 7 different athletics clubs took part.
Mosman parkrun started on 19th October 2013, and since then 514 different runners, including participants from 54 athletics clubs, have completed 1,245 runs covering a total distance of 6,225 km, and there have been 221 new Personal Bests.
The women's record is held by Suzi HEATON who ran in a time of 00:19:06 on 2013-10-19 (event number 1).
The men's record is held by Chris HARRINGTON who ran in a time of 00:16:19 on 2014-05-24 (event number 14).
The Age Grade course record is held by David LOADER who recorded a 85.00% run (17:13) on 19th October 2013 (event number 1).

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

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