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Results Roundup

Only one place to start this week really. Paul Hatfield take a bow and welcome to the YPH ultra club. Paul chose an amazing cause very close to his heart and aimed to complete 36 miles of the Hell on the Humber event on Saturday. Many of you know what this involves! One of those rare events where you cannot get lost. Back and forth across the Humber Bridge as many times as you can in 9 hours.

It was an absolute privilege to run the last couple of laps with Paul as he went on to complete 10 laps in total, amassing 40 miles in the process.

In addition to the impressive running stats, Paul has raised an impressive amount for Hull Royal Infirmary who have looked after Anna and his lovely twins for the last 10 weeks. If you would like to make a donation then his Just Giving page is still open here.

Onto the mere mortals!!

York parkrun

Darren Baker 19.01

Stuart Baker 20.20

Chris Guest 20.53 - NEW PB!

Simon Partridge 20.53

Hartlepool parkrun

Danny Clayton 18.53

Heslington parkrun

Andy Heather 20.43 - NEW PB!!

Jason Platten 22.43

Phil Raddall 24.12

Deanna Dawkins 25.58

Helena Senior 29.29

Newcastle West parkrun

Patrick Hough 21.21 - and a 3rd place finish!

New Earswick parkrun

Ben Briffaud 20.08 - sub 20 looming large

Lucy Turner 54.55 - Tail walker

I think that's it for this weekend. Sorry if I've missed your result out - just let me know and I'll add it in.

Have a great week and enjoy the lighter nights.


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