Submitted by Kendyl Cardwell
High participation numbers continued this week with an impressive 150 runners, walkers, and joggers at the Clermont Waterfront parkrun.
Along with 11 personal bests and representatives from 15 different clubs, there were also 38 first timers who completed the 3.1-mile course on the shores of Lake Minneola.
In other news, there were many notable parkrun milestones this week. Neil Edward Davies from the UK completed his 275th parkrun, congrats Neil! Ben Pickos completed his 50th parkrun, and Dawie Van Staden completed his 100th parkrun.
Montverde Academy’s high school cross country team swept the female podium this week. Lily Henne came in for yet another first-place finish in 19:34. The second place female was Brianna Heirs in 21:52, then Natalie Nesmith in 23:08 for third.
The Clermont Waterfront Parkrun takes place every Saturday morning at 7:30 am. It starts at Lake Hiawatha Preserve, 450 12th St, Clermont.
This is a FREE event open to people of all levels. Please come out to join us!
To register for parkrun and to print your barcode, please go to
http://www.parkrun.us/clermontwaterfront/. If you bring your
personal barcode, we will keep track of all your runs.
The event was made possible by 12 volunteers:
Rissie THIELER • Kimberly GROGAN • Larry HEVNER • Kendyl
CARDWELL • Toni RICHARDSON • Anne MCFARLANE • Butch HOLT •
Carolyn HARMON • Shelly LINDER • Amanda FURROW • Debbie SMITH
• Lynnea WEISSMAN
Full results and a complete event history can be found on the
Clermont Waterfront parkrun Results Page.
The female record is held by Kate BAZELEY who recorded a time of
17:17 on 20th February 2016 (event number 124).
The male record is held by Jonathan GLEN who recorded a time of 15:43
on 6th August 2016 (event number 144).
The female record is held by Ani VELTCHEVA who recorded a time of
17:17 on 18th March 2017 (event number 173).
The Age Grade course record is held by Ani VELTCHEVA who recorded
94.21% (17:17) on 18th March 2017 (event number 173).
Clermont Waterfront parkrun started on 27th April 2013. Since then
6,115 participants have completed 18,755 parkruns covering a total
distance of 93,775 km, including 3,049 new Personal Bests.