Sarah has been injured and not able to run parkrun, so she has recently been walking it or volunteering with her son Mason. Her husband and other son Caleb are parkrunners also.
Sarah and Mason are a great team and work well doing finish tokens. This photo was taken for our “Best of British” themed event. – Liz Henry (ED Invercargill)
Name: Sarah Gerrard and Mason Gerrard
Home parkrun: Invercargill parkrun
Number of Runs: 11
Number of times volunteered: 8
Favourite volunteer role: Finish Tokens or Timekeeper
I volunteer at parkrun because: I want to do my bit to keep parkrun alive, if we didn’t all volunteer now and again then parkrun wouldn’t be possible.
One thing I love about parkrun is: I love being at the finish line, such a great atmosphere and so awesome to see fellow parkrunners’ smiling faces and cheer them on as they cross the finish line
My most memorable parkrun moment was: was probabaly crossing the finish line in my first parkrun, all the enouragment and cheering, had me hooked!!
I’m Jackie (Jax) Hancock from Pegasus parkrun in North Canterbury. We got involved with parkrun because my uncle came to visit from the UK and made us do Hagley (before Pegasus had started!). Then when Geoff started Pegasus parkrun it was so close to home we thought we would try it out – and started off saying…
Born with Miller Syndrome, a rare genetic condition, Erica and her brother are the only two affected by the syndrome in New Zealand. She credits her mum for her iron-willed disposition and her story of refusing to let her condition get in the way of her hopes and dreams is inspirational. Erica, parkrun NZ…