Queenstown – 16th November (Queenstown Marathon)
Cornwall Park – 27th July, celebrating 7 years, a dress up party!
Greytown-Woodside Trail parkrun invitation:
Next week is “Mid-WInter Christmas” when we celebrate all that’s wonderful about this time of year and the spirit of getting out in the rain. We expect to see Santas, Mrs Santas, lots of elves and perhaps even a few reindeer if you look hard enough. There will be decorations and carols, and anyone who brings a flask of mulled wine gets glad tidings and plenty of goodwill!
Parking problems at Whangarei: There will be some interruptions at the start of Whangarei parkrun until the end of July as the council are about to seal the car park where the start is.
Parking is only available across the road at the cricket grounds parkrunners will need to allow an additional few minutes to get to the start line for 8am.
Auckland Marathon - 20th October 2019 Achilles International is very excited to announce that this year Auckland Marathon will also include an official Wheelchair Marathon.
Events available to Achilles member: https://www.achillesnewzealand.org/events
Anyone of any age with a disability who wants to get moving is welcome to become a member of Achilles International New Zealand.
Taupo marathon on 3rd August 2019 also has special discounts for Achilles members.
Join us on Saturday 3rd August for an awesome day out with friends and family. We now have an event option for all fitness levels with the Marathon, Half Marathon, 10km, 5km & Kids Dash options — so choose your challenge and we’ll see you on the start line. See events website above.
Cornwall parkrun is situated near to One Tree Hill in Epsom, Auckland. This parkrun was the second event to start in New Zealand back in July 2012. Lian and Noel de Charmoy decided that Cornwall Park would be the perfect spot to have a new parkrun so spoke to the Cornwall Park Trust who…
Wow – Porirua parkrun is 6 years old – coincidently it is also about 6 years since I first arrived in New Zealand – it seems like I have lived here my whole life! I can remember when I first arrived and wore out a pair of walking shoes in about 2 months tramping…