Tom Davies maintains the club records. You can email him at email@example.com.
The club maintains lists of road and track for men and women in all age categories. The records have recently been updated to include some recent record breaking performances with further details below including some inaugural records. The most recent records are included on the following pages and have also been published on the club website here; Club Records.
If you would like to make a claim for a club record please email me using firstname.lastname@example.org
There are a couple of club rules with regards to club records which are essentially the same as those for the annual club championships. For road records the course distance must be certified by the Association of Course Measurers (events which have been certified usually include the certificate number or measuring wheel symbol within the event details or event website. Alternatively certified races are listed here). The course should be classified as road and not trail, mixed terrain etc. Track records are to be from recognised track events with approved / qualified timekeepers. It would typically be expected that results from both road and track races would be available on the Power of 10 website.
It is intended to resurrect the ‘archive of achievement’ which details records of
club members who complete ultra-
There have been some recent records set by our women on the road since the last update.
HPRC parkrun best times have been getting quicker in a number of age categories recently, with the record exchanging hands a number of times in the senior ladies category. The current record holder is Louise Read with a time of 20:27 set at Rushcliffe on the day of the first event in the club’s new parkrun challenge.
Claire Hayes finished 2016 with a PB and new club record for parkrun in the W40 category at Clumber Park with a time of 20:38 on New Year’s Eve.
Earlier in the year, Gina Granger had set a new record in the W45 category with a time of 20:43 at Beeston parkrun on 20th August.
An inaugural record was set in the W55 category by Lindsey Marshall with a time of 23:49 at Rushcliffe in October 2016.
At the club V50 men Vs all ladies event, Anna Heaton broke the club 5K record for a senior lady with a time of 21:05,
Moving up the distances, Christine Heaton set a new W50 best time for 10k at the Leeds Abbey Dash in a time of 40:20 in November 2016. A little over a month later Christine set a new record for the half marathon at the Turkey Trot with a time of 1:28:45.
Finally, Friedel Plant set a new W70 record for the half marathon at Worksop on 30 October 2016.
New records since last update are highlighted.