Prodigy’s Keith Flint Had Broken A Personal Record Just Before His Death


According to reports, the late great Prodigy frontman had secured an excellent personal best time in the Chelmsford weekly Parkrun series. It was just two days before his passing.

Flint’s death was confirmed by the band yesterday after police found him dead in his Essex home after taking his own life. He was 49.


Among the many tributes to the enigmatic frontman one revealed that Flint had only just earned a personal best in the Chelmsford Central Parkrun on Saturday, March 2nd.

Journalist and runner Rob Hadgraft shared the achievement on Twitter via the NME yesterday, “Sad news about #KeithFlint – comes only two days after he’d looked in great shape and spirits, storming round the Chelmsford Parkrun in a PB of around 21 minutes.”

Flint also had his own motorbike racing team, Team Traction Control, he kept horses and had his own pub in Pleshey, Essex, where he was aknown to the locals. He also had many musical projects of his own over the years.

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