Sarah Lewis

Sarah Lewis

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Name: Sarah
Date registered: January 9, 2012

Latest posts

  1. Marshals needed for London Marathon — February 16, 2015
  2. Mob match 4 October at Fulham Palace parkrun — September 22, 2014
  3. Two special Fulham Palace parkruns — August 6, 2014
  4. Free cake on 14 September — July 24, 2014
  5. Ord-Hume ran 100km — July 22, 2014

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Feb 16 2015

Sarah Lewis

Marshals needed for London Marathon

Want to marshal at London Marathon on Sunday April 26, 2015?  Barnes Runners are invited to marshal at a prime spot: a stretch of the Highway which runners pass twice, once at mile 13-14 and again at mile 22.   It promises to be a grand day out (if a long one), in the company of …

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Sep 22 2014

Sarah Lewis

Mob match 4 October at Fulham Palace parkrun

Ealing Eagles and West 4 have magnanimously proposed that the next mob match be held at our local favourite: Fulham Palace parkrun.  It will be on Saturday 4 October at 9am in Bishop’s Park, and it’s free, though you do need to register for parkrun: www.parkrun.org.uk/register.  Everyone, please come and run!  With stonking form recently …

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Aug 06 2014

Sarah Lewis

Two special Fulham Palace parkruns

Two special Fulham Palace parkruns are coming up. On 16 August there will be a paced run, with pacers from 20 to 35 minutes, at one-minute intervals.  They need more pacers! Please email fulhampalaceoffice@parkrun.com if you are willing to help by running as a pacer.  There will be kilometer markers on the course to help …

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Jul 24 2014

Sarah Lewis

Free cake on 14 September

A tempting missive from our friends the Ealing Eagles: Ealing Eagles are holding a 20-mile self timed training run on the morning of Sunday 14 September – and we’d like to extend your members an invitation to  come along. It’s a great chance to share this important mileage; and share training notes and knowledge. We’re …

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Jul 22 2014

Sarah Lewis

Ord-Hume ran 100km

On Saturday 19 July chairperson Ord-Hume ran the 100km Race to the Stones ultramarathon along the Ridgeway. ‘I didn’t even come last,’ said Josh, who defied knee trouble to set a new club record of 14:18:29 for the distance. The four pairs of socks he wore will be donated to the Barnes Community Association for …

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Jun 30 2014

Sarah Lewis

Not quite old enough

Thanks to Gunnersbury parkrun for hosting another round of mob thuggery on Saturday.  Those who turned out for Barnes were all fine humans, appropriate to an age-and-gender graded contest: vigorous, old, or female (and I don’t mean XOR).  Habib Subjally ran his quickest parkrun to date (21:19), Sam Allpass and Celeste Biever were their usual …

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Jun 24 2014

Sarah Lewis

Mob match this Saturday – perks for the aged

Our next mob match is at Gunnersbury parkrun this Saturday 28 June. Please, everyone, come and run!  The bigger our mob, the better. It’s free, but first-time parkrunners must register in advance at www.parkrun.org.uk/register At the suggestion of West 4, we’ll sort the results this time by age grading rather than finish time which may …

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Jun 01 2014

Sarah Lewis

Mob match 28 June at Gunnersbury parkrun

Some attempts are definitely, completely doomed to fail but not this one! On Saturday 28 June we will visit Gunnersbury parkrun en masse, to try (after repeated failure) to reclaim the WEST LONDON MOB MATCH CUP from our neighbours WEST 4 HARRIERS.  Ealing Eagles will also be there, attempting the same. Please come and join …

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May 19 2014

Sarah Lewis

Next mob match 28 June – save the date

Dear all The next mobsmackaroo, bust-up and brawl with Ealing Eagles and West 4 Harriers will take place on the morning of Saturday 28 June.  Please put it in your diary and arrange to be fit and available.  Everyone is encouraged to come and run.  Location is yet to be decided but will be within …

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Apr 12 2014

Sarah Lewis

Auspicious start to the weekend

Here is our very own Jenni Cunniffe looking puzzled, this morning at Fulham Palace parkrun.  She decided to jog round as part of a 20 mile training run, and found herself 1st female.

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