News - 22nd March 2018
Tags:

Feeling a spring in our step this month

parkrun Ireland newsletter 230318_900x416

This year seems to be flying by already but with spring officially started and the clocks about to change, we’re not complaining! We can’t wait to get out for some spring runs, make the most of the slightly longer days and enjoy parkrun as our local parks and woods start to blossom. It really is the most fantastic time of year to be a runner!

 

So, whether you are enjoying your first few parkruns or want to reward yourself after a winter of training in all weather, now’s the time to kit yourself out in some spring gear and get out there.

 

As your local sports retailer, we’re always on hand at Intersport with plenty of expert advice, from tips about running through to gait analysis and finding your perfect shoe. We have lots of new season kit to make sure you are wearing the right thing and, as keen runners ourselves, there’s nothing we like more than chatting to our parkrunning friends! Find your nearest store here and pop in to see us!

 

Don’t forget that you can claim 10% off at Intersport as part of our ongoing parkrun partnership price #PPP*. Simply show your parkrun barcode (#DFYB!) to claim 10% off running products in store!

 

Remember to follow us on Twitter@IntersportIE and like us on Facebook.

 

See you at your next parkrun!

 

*PPP valid at all participating Intersport stores; see our website for details. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer or promotion.

Share this with friends:

Join the discussion:

41339750274_d8f1e45233_k

parkrun profile: Castletown

Castletown parkrun began on 24 October 2015 with 203 walkers, runners and volunteers taking part. The course is set amongst beautiful 18th century parklands in the amazing OPW grounds of Castletown House and parklands. Co-Event Director Sharon Ashmore tells us more…   After falling in love with the concept of parkrun at a very early stage in…

bushydublin_cover

parkrun profile: Bushy Dublin

Nestled between the villages of Rathfarnham and Terenure about five miles south of Dublin City Centre lies Bushy Dublin parkrun, which many local people describe as a “hidden gem”. Event Director Niall Coppinger explains why…   The park originated in 1700 and was passed over to the state in 1953. The park is a hive…