Parkrun 2022: End of year report

It’s been another busy of year for parkrun for my family. While my own kids have pretty much opted out this year, my niece and nephew, as well as my parents, have been turning up regularly.

There’s been PBs for my sister, niece and nephew and lots of parkrun milestones – 250 for me, 100 for my sister and brother-in-law and 50 for my niece. We’ve also all done a bit of volunteering. I haven’t done as much parkrun tourism as I would like this year, so hopefully will get back to that more in 2023.

Here’s our end of year report for parkrun 2022… (I don’t have full stats for everyone because some of them are only available on the actual day and I don’t track the data every single week!)

Me

Number of runs: 47

Number of different events: 4 – Home, Gladstone, Eden Project, Tewkesbury

Milestones reached this year: 250th parkrun

Best time this year: 23:09

Best gender position: 1

Age category: VW45-49

Best age category position: 1

Number of times volunteering: 6

250th parkrun, parkrun, Running, Runner

 

Husband

Number of runs: 46

Number of different events: 7 – Home, Warrrington, Worcester, Gladstone, Eden Project, Delamere, Tewkesbury

Milestones reached this year: 0

Best time this year: 22:16

Best gender position: 13

Age category: VM45-49

Best age category position: 3

Number of times volunteering: 4

19 year old son

Number of runs: 4

Number of different events: 3 – Home, Eden Project, Dein Ergebnis vom Hasenheide (Berlin)

Milestones reached this year: 0

Best time this year: 23:59

Best gender position: 49

Age category: SM18-19

Best age category position: 2

Number of times volunteering: 0

 

Daughter

Number of runs: 1

Number of different events: Eden Project

Milestones reached this year: 0

Best time this year: 30:19

Best gender position: 52

Age category: JW15-17

Best age category position: 3

Number of times volunteering: 1

 

Dad

Number of runs: 37

Number of different events: 2 – Home, Tewkesbury

Milestones reached this year: 0

Best time this year: 43:29

Age category: VM75-79

Number of times volunteering: 1

 

Mum

Number of runs: 27

Number of different events: 2 – Home, Tewkesbury

Milestones reached this year: 25 parkruns

Best time this year: 47:59

Age category: VW70-74

Number of times volunteering: 1

 

Sister

Number of runs: 37

Number of different events: 3 – Home, Swansea Bay, Tewkesbury

Milestones reached this year: 100th parkrun

Best time this year: 25:39 (PB)

Best gender position: 26

Age category: VW35-39, then VW 40-44

Number of times volunteering: 1

 

Brother-in-law

Number of runs: 32

Number of different events: 4 – Home, Swansea Bay, Gloucester North, Tewkesbury

Milestones reached this year: 100th parkrun

Best time this year: 22:59

Best gender position: 14

Age category: VM35-39

Number of times volunteering: 1

 

Niece

Number of runs: 34

Number of different events: 3 – Home, Swansea Bay, Tewkesbury

Milestones reached this year: 25 parkruns, 50 parkruns

Best time this year: 34:40 (PB)

Best gender position:

Age category: JW10

Number of times volunteering: 1

 

Nephew

Number of runs: 30

Number of different events: 3 – Home, Swansea Bay, Tewkesbury

Milestones reached this year: 25 parkruns

Best time this year: 28:10 (PB)

Best gender position: 23

Best age category position: 1

Age category: JM10

Number of times volunteering: 1

Author: Sarah Mummy

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4 Comments

  1. Wow, you’re faster than your (very athletic) son, I’m impressed! (Though, I beat my 15 year old at arm wrestling recently, so perhaps we’re not THAT old and decrepit after all ).

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    • Thank you! That’s because he’s a sprinter/ jumper, so it is completely the wrong kind of running for him. His parkrun PB is actually quite a bit faster than me though.
      There’s no way I could have beaten either of my sons at arm wrestling at 15. I think I’d be a fairly even match with my daughter though.

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    • Thanks very much! I just love that my whole family gets involved. We haven’t tried Pitchcroft, but we’re going to aim to do more tourism in 2023, so it’s a definite possibility for this year.

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