Take a look at some of this week’s Canadian parkrun highlights.
Beach Strip received some big beautiful bright milestone flags on Saturday and we can definitely see milestones on the horizon.
Suzanne Morse hit one of those milestones with her 50th parkrun at Nose Hill this week. Congratulations to Suzanne and well done to everyone at Nose Hill for the wonderful support.
Hands up for Frederic Back! Lots of energy towards the finish line this week.
Breaking sweats and breaking records! It was a hot one in Okanagan this week and it was well embraced too.
…and the giant juicy peach-parkrun.
River Oaks hosted their first parkrunner of the Month award. Well done to Kelly Lawson for being wonderful. Recognition truely deserved. Who will be up next month?
The crew at Whistler had a tiny obstacle which meant some rerouting on this course – tiny toads crossing!
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Who are these “high-vis heroes” who show up at their local parks every Saturday so we can all enjoy parkrun? Fortunately, no special superpowers are required. Here’s a quick guide to the wonderful world of volunteering and how you can get involved! The Volunteer Roles Every parkrun has: Run Director – gives…