Congratulations to our park runners that scored themselves a PB time Saturday morning! Great going against the wind! Alec McQueen, Kayne Carmichael, Samantha Tibbles, Tony Dawe, Aiden O’Leary. Well done and well done to all the 45 walkers and runners that crossed the line on Saturday! Another lovely morning with friendly people. It's been sometime but we are excited to announce another 'Pacer Run' on the long weekend - 29th September. Members of the new Euro Coast Athletics Club are going to be our pacers. They'll be wearing signs showing the time they'll be doing their best to run to and hopefully helping some of our parkrunners reach a new milestone. Come and join the fun!
So this is why parkrun worldwide is special! Because people like John Graham from Victoria (below) make it that way! John has run every parkrun in Victoria. About 60 of them. He has done 107 runs all up! And each week he plans another. He has done Merimbula. Bega. And now headed further north to do Batemans Bay with us today! What a legend for parkrun he is!
Below: Well well well ! We nearly missed this one! 50 runs on Saturday! Congratulations to you Robyn Kennedy! Robyn is a huge part of our parkrun community. A regular volunteer as well as always offering encouragement to all our runners and walkers! Thanks Robyn !
Thanks to the volunteers We are very grateful to the volunteers who made this event happen:Jill BROWN, Tim COWLEY, Stephanie DAWE, Tracy DENNING, Michael KENNEDY, Neville MADDEN, Robert RYAN Parkrun promotes community, health and well being at your own pace whether you're wanting to beat a personal best or walk and admire the beautiful scenery. So, see you there next Saturday?
New runners, joggers and walkers of all ages and abilities are welcome to join this friendly and free weekly event. We meet every Saturday morning at 7.50 am for the 8.00 am start. The venue is Rotary Park near the Marina roundabout on Beach Road in Batemans Bay. You can find out more about us and see lots of photographs on our Batemans Bay parkrun Facebook page. If you fancy parkrun, you need to register online at www.parkrun.com.au. You will be allocated a personal barcode which needs to be printed and brought to parkrun so that you get a recorded result as well as parkrun fun.