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 other distances/options so if you’re new to running or want to take it a bit easier, there’s something for everyone. So from parkrun we wish all the clubs a great season that’s about to start – Dunedin parkrun
Big thumbs up to you and your team Tania you guys do a great job in giving runners a friendly atmosphere to come together and enjoy what they do.- Alan Funnell, Dunedin
I only got a PB because I was trying to get back to my jumper as quickly as possible! – Paul McElhone, Dunedin
Thanks so much for hosting our Dunedin Running clubs. Hopefully we will have recruited more runners into our vibrant community. A win win situation for us all! – Stu McCormack
Great parkrun even if it was hilly and very chilly! We were visiting from Spain and have only just thawed out – lovely route and thanks to the volunteers – Mogsy Ford at Dunedin parkrun
One of my favourite pics from this week – Palmerston North
Dave and Linda Moorcroft at the finish of Hamilton Lake parkrun with Alison King from Puarenga parkrun (in the middle)
Pegasus parkrun was represented at Wanaka parkrun on St Patrick’s Day by Caren Mckay and a crazy leprechaun, I mean Geoffrechaun! Enjoyed the run, the coffee, scones and the chats as well - Well run Adam & Jane!
In our four-part training series, we’ll be introducing some of the training methods you can use to help you improve your running and your parkrun PB, whilst showing how a couple of tweaks to your mid-week training can help you become a more confident runner, whatever your aspirations! In this instalment, we’re discussing Interval Training. …
Robyn Richards from Blenheim parkrun has just completed her 100th parkrun! Having reached the milestone, Robyn began to reflect on how parkrun, and the journey parkrunners go on, reflects life. I’m a huge parkrun fan, and recently I realised why. Along with 350 or so others, I was jogging around a 5km course on the island…