DRY and calm conditions were ideal for fast times at Greenock parkrun, with 22 runners improving their times on the five-kilometre Esplanade course.
One regular Greenock runner, Lesley Clark, was delighted with her first personal best time in more than four years.
Lesley — who has done more than 180 parkruns -– started out her run as normal but after two kilometres realised she was on for a good time and really pushed onwards, with the effort paying off.
Bellahouston Road Runners, with cruise ship Crown Princess.
The weekly event had welcomed 186 runners to the start line at Campbell Street, including 47 first-timers, many of whom were from Bellahouston Road Runners, in Glasgow, visiting Greenock to undertake a championship race on the parkrun course.
Greenock parkrun was also delighted to be joined by a group from Bute who took on several volunteering roles in preparation for a parkrun starting on the island in the coming months.
Greenock parkrun is free and is held every Saturday at 9:30am. It is open to runners, joggers and walkers of all standards.