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parkrunners of the week – Johnny & Anne Erasmus

Erasmus

Names: Johnny (Johan) Erasmus & Anne (Annamarie) Erasmus

 

Age: Johnny 68 / Anne 67


Occupation: Retired engineering technician / Retired


Home parkrun: Shongweni


Running Club: Get Fit AC


Trail or Road Running? Both


Number of parkruns completed: 163 / 186


How has parkrun changed your running or fitness? parkrun has influenced me to train more regularly


Favourite Volunteer Role: Barcode Scanning / Finish tokens


Number of volunteering occasions: 130 / 149


What do you like about volunteering at parkrun? I like the diverse people running for the sheer enjoyment of running


Why should others volunteer at parkrun? Other people should volunteer so that they can experience the joy of working with like minded people and get to know their fellow parkrunners


Most memorable or funniest parkrun moment: The strange places people store their barcode. In their running shoes, bra, underwear etc / When a parkrunner was upset when I didn’t give his dog a token, he felt I was discriminating against his dog and now the dog won’t know when he has done a PB!

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