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Isabelle recently had complex brain surgery. Here she tells us about her elation at completing her first parkrun on her road to recovery. I was first introduced to parkrun when I moved to London in 2016. My sister invited me to join her in Burgess Park and I was immediately a convert. I can’t…
A year on from open heart surgery, former international athlete Clare Wyngard explains how the inclusive nature of parkrun has played a vital role in her recovery. In the spring of 2018 I was an experienced international age group triathlete and duathlete. Running was my strongest discipline and I had won individual British Masters titles…