News - 23rd July 2019
Tags:

parkrun Diary

66443350_393064797991658_1112270665647390720_n

There are no anniversaries in August, but Millwater and East End parkrun will be coming up in September. Remember Cornwall Park will be celebrating it’s 7th anniversary tomorrow so go along dressed up (or not if you wish) for some cake and surprises.

Cancellations: 

Queenstown – 16th November (Queenstown Marathon)

Anniversaries:

Cornwall Park – 27th July -a dress up party!

 

Continued parking problems at Whangarei: Unfortunately there are still some interruptions at the start of Whangarei parkrun and mid-August is the date now for completion. 
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. 


Upcoming  Events

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.

Share this with friends:

CHERYL

The parkrun effect

Cheryl Kessack is a regular volunteer at Puarenga parkrun and is popular among the local parkrun community.   Cheryl tells us how she first got involved, why she loves it so much, and why you will too!   I got into parkrun in April 2018. I joined the Rotorua Group Challenge (bootcamp) and I started getting…

81668023_2630062887048347_7508589795417784320_o copy

Nine tips for summer parkrunning

Now that the trees are green, the temperatures are rising, and everyone is riding high on Vitamin D, we’ve put together some top tips for parkrunning in the warmer weather…     1. Walk or cycle to parkrun     You’ve had all winter de-icing the windscreen and peering out in between the wipers on…