Queenstown parkrun – Event number 140 – 14th August 2021

Queenstown parkrun
Event number 140
14th August 2021

This week 54 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 13 were first timers and 8 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 8 different clubs took part.

Brodie Banks received his 25th volunteer milestone today! Thanks for your support Queenstown parkrun!

The event was made possible by 14 volunteers:

Chris SEYMOUR • Jamie SEYMOUR • Mark DOUGLAS • Neville BRITTON • Benjamin BRITTON • Declan MURRAY • Joseph MURRAY • Matthew MURRAY • Wendy BANKS • Iain BANKS • Brodie BANKS • Coen BANKS • Hudson BANKS • Shelley CHARLTON

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

 

Queenstown parkrun – Event number 139 – 7th August 2021

Queenstown parkrun
Event number 139
7th August 2021

This week 47 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 13 were first timers and 7 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 4 different clubs took part. We had visitors from across New Zealand and from Queensland, Australia.

The forecasted winter blast of weather held off on Saturday and gave our parkrunners great conditions albeit a tad breezy on the bayside.  We celebrated local parkrunner Janet Beale's 50th parkrun on the day of her 51st event.  Janet thought she had a few more parkruns before the milestone so we made sure to celebrate it today.  48 of Janet's 50 parkruns have been here at Queenstown! Well done Janet and onward to 100!  Also, we celebrated the arbitrary(but still amazing) 200th parkrun milestone of David Brockway.  Originally from the UK, David has visited an incredible 115 different parkrun locations across three different countries! Only 50 more to go until the big 250 for David!

Local legend Seamus Costello added another first finish to his tally today and has now gone level with Jack McKay for the most male first finishes at 13.  Seamus crossed the line at 19:28 with David Brockway chasing him in at 19:36.  David earned himself a new PB to go along with his 200th milestone. Rounding out the top three today was local parkrunner Tristan Millen at 19:46.

Visiting parkrunner from Auckland, Krystyna Knight was the first female across the line in a time of 21:34.  She was followed in by Bronagh Hennessy at a time of 23:09. Fiona Davies was third female today at 25:03.

We need HEAPS of volunteers in the coming weeks, so if you can please help out let us know on Facebook or email us to queenstown@parkrun.com.

Upcoming events are the first ever Winter Pride festival edition of Queenstown parkrun on 4th September!

The event was made possible by 10 volunteers:

Dani MOYNES • Chris SEYMOUR • Dave PEARSON • Una COX • Matt RAYNER • Jamie SEYMOUR • Isobel BARRY • Mark DOUGLAS • Lisa VAIVARS • Xiyuan LIAO

 

Queenstown parkrun – Event number 138 – 31st July 2021

Queenstown parkrun
Event number 138
31st July 2021

This week 51 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 9 were first timers and 7 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 3 different clubs took part. We had visitors from across New Zealand and Queensland, Australia!

What was forecast as a rainy morning turned into a semi tropical morning for this time of year.  Olympics fever took 7 of our runners to new personal bests today. Special shout out to 8 year old Lucas Necasova who was paced by Andrew Robinson to a 22:41 finish today.  Perhaps we have a future 5km Olympian in the making? Not to be outdone by her brother, Adele Necasova also clocked a new PB in the JW10 group of 26:38!

Local legend Seamus Costello logged his 12th first finish position today at Queenstown parkrun with a time of 19:02.  Seamus is now equal to Ben Britton and only one short of Jack McKay on the leaders list.  Visiting parkrunner from Lower Hutt, Lars Winther, was not far behind coming across at 19:11.  Rounding out the top 3 was local runner Tristan Millen at 19:32.

It was a trio of local parkrunners taking out the top 3 female positions today.  Amber Stewart came across the line today as the first female with a time of 23:23.  This was the first time in Amber's 8 parkruns to take out the leader spot.  Julia Evans logged her third parkrun in a time of 25:53 with Ina Chalmers clocking an even 26:00 for her 48th parkrun.

We need HEAPS of volunteers in the coming weeks, so if you can please help out let us know on Facebook or email us to queenstown@parkrun.com.

Upcoming events are the first ever Winter Pride festival edition of Queenstown parkrun on 4th September!

The event was made possible by 11 volunteers:

Wendy HAWKES • Chris SEYMOUR • Jamie SEYMOUR • Mark DOUGLAS • Benjamin BRITTON • Paul JAQUIN • Richard SAINT • Iain BANKS • Brodie BANKS • Scarlett ROSE • Xiyuan LIAO

 

Queenstown parkrun – Event number 135 – 10th July 2021

Queenstown parkrun
Event number 135
10th July 2021

This week 44 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 9 were first timers and 5 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 4 different clubs took part. We had visitors from across New Zealand and also from Tasmania, Queensland and Victoria!

Another cold morning greeted our parkrunners this week and we kicked off by wishing Robert Osmetti a Happy Birthday! Robert celebrated the occasion by earning himself a new PB today!

Local Queenstowner and first time parkrunner, Angela Waters, opened her account in style by coming across first with a time of 19:36. This was only the third time in our three years of Queenstown parkrun to have a first female outright.  And for the first time ever, the top two overall finishers were female with local parkrunner Sara Metzger coming across with a new PB at 20:14. Both ladies made it look effortless this week and well done a great morning of parkrunning. Local junior parkrunner Joseph Murray rounded out the top three finishers today in a time of 20:54.

Rounding out the top three men today was local Dave Pearson at 21:31 and visiting parkrunner from Australia Josh Hargreaves at 21:42.  Local parkrunner Wendy Hawkes was third female in her 172nd parkrun with a time of 23:39.

Upcoming events are the first ever Winter Pride festival edition of Queenstown parkrun on 4th September!

The event was made possible by 10 volunteers:

Dani MOYNES • Wendy HAWKES • Chris SEYMOUR • Jamie SEYMOUR • Phil GERARD • André CHALMERS • Benjamin BRITTON • Elizabeth TREVATHAN • Paul JAQUIN • Richard SAINT

 

Queenstown parkrun – Event number – 134 3rd July 2021

Queenstown parkrun
Event number 134
3rd July 2021

This week 57 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 10 were first timers and 4 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 8 different clubs took part. We had visitors from across New Zealand and also Australia(Brisbane and Melbourne).

It was possibly the chilliest morning this year for Queenstown parkrun with a -1C temperature at start time.  Pockets of the course had a breeze that likely dropped the temps even further.  We celebrated Gary Johnson's 50th parkrun today on his 51st parkrun event! Gary thought he had a few more weeks to go until he got his milestone and unwittingly knocked over number 50 last week.  Coincidentally Gary crossed over in 51st position on his 51st event today!

Seamus Costello went "Full Seamus" in his trademark red singlet today braving the frigid temperatures to cross first for the third week in a row.  He crossed the line at 18:41 with local parkrunner Matt Rayner chasing him in at 18:45.  Luke Hammington was third across with at time of 19:10

Local parkrunner Becky Sheffield celebrated her birthday in style coming across first female with a time of 20:18.  She was followed in by local parkrunner Sara Metzger at 20:30. Queenstown parkrun Run Director Wendy Banks rounded out the top 3 ladies in a time of 24:10.

Upcoming events are the first ever Winter Pride festival edition of Queenstown parkrun on 4th September!

The event was made possible by 11 volunteers:

Wendy HAWKES • Chris SEYMOUR • Jamie SEYMOUR • Ina CHALMERS • Mark DOUGLAS • Paul JAQUIN • Iain BANKS • Brodie BANKS • Judy SIM • Tracy STRACHAN • Shelley CHARLTON

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