On another fairly quiet weekend in the region, two runners even resorted to heading over to the continent in search of a race.
At the Amsterdam half marathon, where nearly all the route was barely above sea level, Katherine Hackett finished the 13.1 mile route in 1:29:41, along with Adrian Dent in 2:59:42.
Nearer to home, on the coast, Nick Mason completed a fairly windy Bridlington half marathon in 1:30:11.
The latest championship race took place just down the road at Boroughbridge. First home over the multi-terrain 10 mile route was Ty Hankinson in 1:21:35, followed by Wendy Colling (1:27:03), Anthony Corbett (1:27:14), Richard Payne (1:27:24), April Corbett (1:29:55), Mark Colling (1:34:17), Jeanette Croft (1:37:33) and Sandra Cass (1:37:40).
Out on the hills, Dave Thompson was missing his two usual travelling companions, as he completed the Round Rotherham 50 mile event on his own in 9 hours 33 minutes.
Meanwhile Darren Stockdale was the sole Quaker to brave the fells at the weekend, finishing the 4.2 mile Clay Bank West run in 46:10.
In the Saturday morning parkruns, Dawn Richardson was first home at South Park in 19:31, followed by Michael Joyeux (19:52), Richard Coulson (19:54), Paul Dalton (19:57), Nick Wadd (21:12), Zoe Rothery (21:37), Steve Mcallister (22:32), Peter Rowley (23:50), Sarah Watson (24:32), Mark Blewitt (24:45), Colin Smith (25:52), Pamela Barrass (26:09), Gary Read (26:54), Clare Stradling (27:17), Anneli Mackenzie Brown (27:18), Lewis Boshier (27:32), Michelle Boshier (27:33), Rob Gillham (28:10), Sally Singleton (28:55), James Simpson (30:39), Michael King (31:09) and Wendy Noble (41:16).
At Sedgefield, Paul Roberts completed the course there in 22:57, along with Abbie Hull (28:15), Anthony Corbett (28:15) and Diane Adkins (34:20) while at Tees Barrage, Paul Appleton and Jeanette Appleton ran there in 26:54 and 30:01 respectively.
At Albert Park, Andrew Henderson finished in 17:48 followed by Stephen Moore in 21:34, while Brian Martin completed the run at Stewart Park in 20:02.