Many thanks to Hayley for her wonderful commitment and congratulations as well, hopefully you’ll be getting your 25 volunteer t-shirt soon!
Name: Hayley Reid
Home parkrun: Hamilton Lake
Occupation: Teacher in Early Childhood Education
Number of Runs: 112
Number of times volunteered: 26
Favourite volunteer role: Finishing Tokens or Barcode Scanning
I volunteer at parkrun because: I like giving back to parkrun as it’s given me so much and I love seeing everyone finishing and being really happy with what they have achieved.
One thing I love about parkrun is: Getting out there, doing the 5K and improving each week and knowing that I’m exercising as well. Also seeing my friends every week!
My most memorable parkrun moment was: When I got my PB a few years ago, how much I was pushed through the whole 5K’s and how good it felt at the end. And also achieving my 100 parkruns!
Great to see so many club runners today for our Run Club Invitational – the running community in Dunedin is great and by supporting the clubs you can also support the great events that they put on like the Dunedin Marathon, Hill-Free Half and Three Peaks just to name a few. These events all have…
Hamilton Lake had the honour of welcoming a running legend last Saturday and Alison King, of Puarenga parkrun, was very fortunate to join him around the lake on a lovely St. Patrick’s Day morning! David Moorcroft is in New Zealand to be the guest speaker at a celebration dinner held at the Whanganui War…