Lots of celebrations for new comers to the 100 and 50 club this week, and while it is very cold at some parkruns, runners are finding ways of keeping warm!
Oli, arrives late to his 100th parkrun. Everyone else has started…
The celebrations at the finish line were not late however!
Everyone is happy to have a non-icey course.
…including the volunteers!
Stef and Jo celebrate their their 50th and 100th parkruns!
The city of Montreal do a great job of plowing the course making it all possible.
Nose Hill parkrun
Gotta keep warm! A seriously cold one at Nose Hill.
and icey too! Spikes are necessary in some places.
A dusting of snow at Okanagan makes everything interesting.
One of the questions we often get asked is, ‘Can I bring my dog to parkrun?’ We’re lucky at Kanata as we are able to welcome our four-legged friends. In fact, the local dog walkers are the reason we can use our route year round. They happily pack down the route without realising their contribution…
Nous avons souvent la question suivante : « puis-je faire mon parkrun avec mon chien? » Nous sommes chanceux ici à Kanata, car nous pouvons accueillir nos amis à quatre pattes. En fait, c’est grâce à ceux qui promènent leurs chiens dans la communauté que nous pouvons faire parkrun à longueur d’année. Ils compactent la neige en…