Last Saturday my amazing husband, Darren Hill, earned his 250 T shirt. While this is special in itself it is even more so as on 20th March this year he suffered a sudden cardiac arrest after going for his usual nightly run.
With some CPR at home and an amazing paramedic crew he lived so tell the tale and is back at parkrun.
He began walking just 4 weeks later and is now back to running the course. I only feel that he is able to do this because of all the support we both received from our parkrun family.
I would like to say a massive well done to him and a huge thank you to all at Barry Curtis parkrun.
There’s been no stopping Sarah Wiwarena since she first got her parkrun barcode. Sarah, who is in her seventies, recently joined the 50 club and is always trying to get others to come and participate in parkrun. My friend Alan Ryan, and my brother-in-law Robert Corbett, who coincidentally achieved his 50th parkrun the week after me,…
Here is a parkrunner profile with a difference! The Karaitiana family are regulars at Anderson parkrun and consists of Mum and Dad (Marc and Irene) and six children – Ezekiel, Ocean, Texas, Rain, Hunter and Glacier. The Karaitiana family tell us more about their parkrunning experiences… Name: Marc Karaitiana Occupation: Salesperson for a Health…