Sarah Crampton



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Sarah Crampton signed up to a group run.

Tue 25th Oct at 6:45pm

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Sarah Crampton run a race with GoodGym for the first time. 🤩

Tuesday 3rd July 2018

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Sarah Crampton run a race with GoodGym for the first time.

Sarah has done their first race with GoodGym. Performing on the day is a lot of pressure; Sarah's dealt with the nerves and turned up on the day to make it happen.

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Sarah Crampton went on a race

Sat 30th Jun 2018 at 12:30pm

GoodGym Olympics 2018

Report written by Morag White

Well on June 30th 2018 many things were happening it was National Paddy Day of Nepal, Edmonton Royals beat Toronto Nationals by 8 wickets in the 20Twenty and the Nation sat down to watch Nick Knowles hosts the quiz for people who can't resist a list in another cracking episode of Who Dares Wins. Meanwhile in leafy Hampstead Heath Park dog walkers, parents and local residents were making reports of strange behaviour, incidents included lots of cheering, signs of red thunder, folks running with eggs on spoons and a sea of flags. Not only was the behaviour incredibly positive they were also plying spectators with these delicious homemade cakes, what these folks were witnessing was Olympic fever GoodGym style. So as reported, June 30th 2018 was the 2nd ever GoodGym Olympics. The day brought together 24 different GoodGym area, ranging from Lambeth, the South West to Colchester. The events on offer were a range of events varied from the egg and spoon, 400m to the elimination race. The events were varied but the competition was not and every race brought a bigger and bigger sea of cheers, particular highlights for me was the epic finish of the elimination mile between George Bright and Richard Dowling, Folks flipping pancakes, listening to our two wonderful commentators, the GoodGym relay madness, and human tunnel finish that welcomed the final 5,000m runners brought a tear to my eye that did. Not only were the runners being judged but we also had a torch parade before to show off each boroughs creative sides and although it was a fierce competition. All in all there were 18 different events which each borough their own brilliant moments. This year to even the field I placed the areas in two different leagues due to levels of runners from each area. So up for grabs was the Hunter-Sidhu Shield and the Kerry-Barnard Cup named after our two fantastic commentators, John Hunter and James Kerry-Barnard.

I could write about this for hours however I think picture would do a far better so I will leave some of Tom Hunters and Sarah Rajabalee fanatic shots up and will post a link to more when they come available.

These events don’t work without a band of helpers and I have to say a massive thanks to all the all members of taskforce and GoodGym who have gave up their time to volunteer, help time and marshal on the day and general mean that I didn’t have to do too much, it was amazing there are just too many of you to write down but again thank you it was really a truly lovely and special day, thank you all and here’s to next year. If you have any feedback please let me know on I will be putting together a committee of people to help out and organise next years, if you would like to be considered please drop me a email too.

Nice one, Tom

Race Results please click here on the link below. Please note we did not record heat times and some events do not have times or positions as these got put away during the tidy up. Please accept my apologies if this affects you.

Here are the rest of the results we

Here were the final results

Kerry-Barnard Cup

Lambeth 1st
Wandsworth 2nd
Camden 3rd
Hackney 4th
Lewisham 5th
Islington 6th

Hunter-Sidhu Shield

Greenwich 1st
Brighton 2nd
Hammersmith and Fulham 3rd
Colchester 4th
Southwark 5th
Barnet 6th
Hounslow 7th
Tower Hamlets 8th
Haringey 9th
Croydon 10th
Bristol 11th
Brent 12th
Newham 13th
King's College London 14th
Redbridge 15th
Westminster 16th
Waltham Forest 17th
Ealing 18th

Torch winners: Big shout out to team Islington for their Stella effort combining biscuits with a fantastic touch. Highly commended goes to Tower Hamlets, Bath and Brent. Well done everyone.

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Colchester runner

Tue 3rd Jul 2018 at 4:59pm

Cracking report Tom and some wonderful pics.The human tunnel pic is top drawer!! Ian

Brighton runner

Tue 3rd Jul 2018 at 5:05pm

Thank you for a fantastic day Tom!

Bristol runner

Tue 3rd Jul 2018 at 5:25pm

Great job Tom, that was a lot to organise!

Colchester runner

Tue 3rd Jul 2018 at 9:51pm

Great job Tom organising it all and what a great day!

Colchester runner

Tue 3rd Jul 2018 at 9:55pm

How do I get myself on the register for attending? I appear to be missing!

Steve Lee

Wed 4th Jul 2018 at 11:42am

Where do i place my vote for Sir Tom ‘National Treasure’ Benson MBE?

Lucy J

Wed 4th Jul 2018 at 3:11pm

Amazing photos for an amazing day. The human tunnel had me teary too... beautiful stuff and everything that GoodGym is about <3

Ruth Taylor

Thu 5th Jul 2018 at 10:08am

Ahhhhh GG Olympics! Nice one folks.

Sarah Crampton
Sarah Crampton went on a group run

Mon 28th May 2018 at 6:45pm

Thunderbolts and lightning, very merry tidying weeds

Islington Report written by Paul Bown

17 runners helped Compton Square Gardens with some gardening in the storm!

Welcome along to Kaite and Marianne whose first time it was yesterday - lovely to have you along!

In the news this week:

  1. It's the GG Monthly Social next Thursday (7th June) in central London - it's going be awesome come along!
  2. Well done to Kike who did a Sprint Triathlon on Sunday and to Alex who did Hackney Half Marathon last weekennd!

This week we were meeting at the Arc Centre and it was fitting as the storms were building..... After we warmed up Linda Robson (from Loose Women) cheered us on and we were away - we headed north via the New River Route for a mile run before our arrival at Compton Square Gardens outside the Union Chapel.

Compton Square Gardens is a beautiful set of public gardens in the centre of Islington, Juliet and a group of volunteers help maintain it more and more as the funding from the local council has been cut. Juliet told us that our task for the evening was to remove a certain weed with blue flowers that is running havoc in the gardens!

It's about to get exciting!

As the thunder and lightning started we split into three groups went two by two across the two gardens to dig, pull and fork out all of those pesky weeds we could find. The rain got heavier and different groups had better cover than others. With the wheelbarrows getting constantly full of weeds and thrown on a huge pile over we were soon done.

Everyone worked really hard over 30 minutes but got absolutely soaked haha!

We ran the most direct route back to base, stretched out and ate some biscuits - yum!

Sign up for next week here we will be helping Waterside Adventure Playground and Age UK - we'll be meeting back at the Arsenal Hub.

PB out.

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James Gilbert

Tue 29th May 2018 at 11:34am

Ah I forgot about biscuits!!

Lucy J

Tue 29th May 2018 at 4:04pm

This might be the best run report title ever.

Sarah Crampton
Sarah Crampton signed up to a group run.

Mon 28th May 2018 at 6:45pm

Sarah Crampton
Sarah Crampton signed up to a training session.

Sun 22nd Jul 2018 at 11:00am

GoodGym July Long Run

a lovely North London long run with pizza after

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Sarah Crampton
Sarah Crampton signed up to a group run.

Wed 6th Jun 2018 at 6:45pm

Helping Antrim Allotments

Gardening for our community

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Sarah Crampton
Sarah Crampton signed up to a party.

Wed 30th May 2018 at 8:30pm