Weekly Roundup: 2017-01-17

Only just the parkrun this week – but there’s photos too over the jump!

That was a cold one this week folks, and we can start a new feature: words we learnt this week! Our first entry will be the word “thundersnow” which we will define as ‘nothing flipping happened’. I want to buy an airplane, but my missus cess-nah. Now then – some club results!

Ah the weather fairies were being mean this week – swinging us from ten degrees to sub-zero temperatures in 24 hours. This of course meant that we had slippery and icy conditions at most of the parkrun events over the weekend – forcing quite a few to be cancelled, or run as alternative routes (a la Victoria) with no time. Let’s see how we got on:

Michael KIRK-SMITH00:59:59---
Ronan O'FLAHERTY00:59:59---
Heather BARON00:59:59---
Nessa AGNEW00:59:59---
Roisin BYRNE00:59:59---
Pippa MACLARAN00:59:59---
Anne GRIBBIN00:59:59---
Brian DERBY00:59:59---
Karen CARLISLE00:24:56---
Bronagh SHIELDS00:34:43---

That was not an easy morning to get out of bed – with the cold seeping in through the windows (only me). Hat tips this week go to everyone!! Absolutely not a weekend for PBs, but a special mention has to go to Brian D who put up with a lot of good natured slaggin’ of how everyone else in the club beat him at Victoria’s 300th event. Thank you Brian D 🙂 ! Here’s the obligatory celebration photo from Victoria’s 300th event:

Some of the Dubbers at Victoria’s 300th parkrun on Saturday!

Nice and quiet one this week, as everyone has begun their secret training for various upcoming races over the next few months. All cool – just make sure that there are plenty of photographs taken! I need to tell you about something awesome that happened to me over the weekend, a clown opened a door for me – it was a nice jester.

Keep on running!

Live long and prosper.

Disclaimer: Every effort was taken to ensure the results above are correct (I need a break!). If you’d like to make a complaint, then you’ll automatically volunteer yourself for writing duties next week 🙂