top of page

Welsh Master Jonathan Kettle first man home at Toronto Downsview parkrun.

*Jonathan Kettle (*above) was the first athlete home at the Toronto parkrun. Welsh Master Jonathan Kettle first man home at Toronto Downsview parkrun.

North Wales Road Runner Jonathan Kettle took part in the Toronto Downsview parkrun last Saturday morning, and he was the first man home in a fast time of 17.23, and he also won his veteran age cat. This was Jonathan’s second racing success on his trip to Canada after finishing as the runner-up the previous weekend in the Niagara Falls half-marathon. After the parkrun, he said: “It was a beautiful morning but very windy and a lovely undulating route.”

*Other race results: Tooting: Helen Hannam travelled to London last weekend and made her debut in the Tooting Common parkrun, where she finished 4th in her VW45 age cat in 340th place in 28.02, amidst a massive entry of some 680 runners, After the run, she said: “A flat and fast course, and very welcoming with fab marshals. A very popular parkrun and I’m absolutely ecstatic with my time after recovering from illness, so looks like I’m back!”

*Helen Hannam (*above) at the Tooting Common parkrun.

*Hyde Park: Richard Scamans was another visitor to the Capital, where he entered the Hyde Park parkrun on his debut, and finished 20th overall in 24.08, and he was 4th in his VM50 age cat.

*Richard Scamans (*above) enjoyed his run at the Hyde Park parkrun.

*Special praise was given to the Conwy run director and the hard working team of volunteers and marshals. This is the link to the provisional results from Conwy:


bottom of page