My name is Bella and I love parkrun!
I am a 2-year-oldd Kelpie and even though my human Sam’s home parkrun is Balyang Sanctuary I prefer hitting the You Yangs parkrun where more often than not I am the first puppy across the line. My PB is 20:08.
Last weekend my human let me venture down to Portarlington where they held their 1st parkrun on the 13th anniversary of parkrun. I was the 1st puppy to ever cross the finish line of the Portarlington parkrun. Yay for me!
My human had to drag me along the 2nd half as the crowd spooked me a bit. I recovered well for lots of pats and even a tummy rub.
Jess Causley is our Event Director at Yamba parkrun and has recently completed her 100th parkrun. Get an insight into her mindset each week at parkrun… Lead up – parkrun is not a race. I’m not going to race. Not race myself. Not race anyone else. Racing is doing my head in. I’m a long-distance…
parkrun tourist Mark Musk from Wynnum parkrun was the third ‘Time Traveller’ welcomed at Richmond Olympic parkrun – a nickname the local event team have come up with for people who cross the International Date Line to complete two parkruns in one day. Mark recounts his journey to become a Time Traveller… I was…