31 NOTFAST members took part in Parkruns this week, with runners at Newark and Beeston for their 3rd anniversary. Parkrun PBs this week for Andrew Jenkinson and Lacey Simons

12 of the NOTFAST team took part in the Grantham Cup on Saturday; a 10k trail race across the wooded tracks and grassy grounds of Belton House. Adam Holland came in second place and was the first NOTFAST member back in 38:16, followed by Richard Hallam (50:33 and Canicross), David Watt (52:02), Jeremy Reichelt (53:17), Adam Jackson (58:00), Liz Walton (1:03:10), Kirsty Jackson (1:04:58), Rachel Sheldrake (1:05:36 and course PB), Andy Pritchett (1:08:54), Lyn Gascoigne (1:09:00), Matt Gascoigne (1:09:00) and Ann Manley (1:13:12)

There was also a NOTFAST invasion in Lincoln on Sunday as 29 NOTFAST members went to the Lincoln 10K. A relatively straightforward road race, which was very well organised, and generated lots of PBs. First back for NOTFAST was Andy Rowlands in 47:30 and new PB, closely followed by Jim Lovett (47:31), Darren Wilkinson (47:33), Pete Middleton (47:43 and new PB), Richard Borrill (47:48 and new PB), Gill Oxley (48:15 and new PB), Stuart Chase (48:26 and new PB), Kimberley Etherington-Bates (49:12 and new PB), Nick Rayns (52:29 and new PB), Annette Taylor (55:44), John Geeson (56:25), Chris Redhead (59:35), Chantelle Hallam (1:00:26 and first 10K), Nikki Dales (1:00:28  and new PB), Emily Baker-Gaunt (1:00:43), Breeze Rowlands (1:01:52 and new PB), Lisa Needham-Leach (1:02:01), Amy Lanham (1:03:03), Amy Borrill (1:03:36), Cath Hare (1:03:54 and new PB), Claire Simmonds (1:03:55 and new PB), Kirsty Watson (1:04:00), Chris Mumby (1:05:07 and new PB), Fay Paterson (1:05:33), Maria Brambles (1:10:10), Karen Borrill (1:10:56), Diane Kennett (1:11:36), Rachael Spencer (1:13:03), and Gill Goode (1:13:44).

Angela Brown was the sole NOTFAST entrant in the Manchester Marathon on Sunday. It was a very flat course, with lots of gel and water stops, and even people spraying hosepipes from their gardens onto the course, as it was a very warm day. Angela completed the race in a new PB time of 4:56:43, and was very pleased to see her son at the end as it was the first time he had seen her run.


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