Last Saturday Petrie parkrun welcomed three generations of the Petrie family from Lillydale Lake parkrun. They travelled all the way to Queensland to visit their namesake parkrun. They even had shirts specially printed for the occasion.
The ten visitors from Team Petrie included Lavinia who is the Australian age graded record holder (106.2%), Bert, Rob, June, Julie and Nicola, Brooke, Laughlin, Robbie and Emily. It was lovely to see such an amazing family, who obviously love parkrun.
At Sandgate parkrun celebrating my sister’s birthday and her 100th parkrun. Also with my daughter and granddaughter.
parkrun means family.
One very happy junior parkrunner this afternoon!
Old habits die hard; go out hard early and gone by 3k mark… still good to be back running (ie jogging) again Studley parkrun
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