It’s amazing walking into a park in the middle of a suburban district away from the traffic. The hills and the trees seem to remove any sign of the city. Just a bunch of runners and walkers in day glow colours to brighten up the landscape.
It’s the tutu parkrun challenge today for the 22nd of September at Bothamley Park. Many runners and walkers have turned up in this fun costume. Sparkly dots are in fashion, yellow, green, red, blue, purple, and even black can be seen at the start.
Benjamin Powley, Porirua parkrun
Two two September means Tutu parkrun! Great fun held on the course today with many of our parkrunners in tutus!Was great to see so many people come and join us this morning for a very pleasant 12 degrees and we also have the presence of new ducklings to the park, although they got quite a fright when the siren went off, so they went into hiding! Spring is a great time to parkrun, we had 25 first timers today and it was fabulous to see how much they enjoyed crossing the finish line – we look forward to having them back soon! - Invercargill parkrun
Dunedin parkrun also got into the ‘tutu’ fun!
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…