Sunday, 30 December 2012

hairy selfie

Posted by speedygeoff on Sunday, December 30, 2012 with 2 comments
Decembeard
Enough is enough. The hedge trimmers come out today. This can be a "before" photo.

Stromlo Forest Park
Joel had a good interval session this morning. Yelena and I yelled support. Also sighted on the lovely green grass were Ken, Amanda W, Katie, Maria & Tori. I enjoyed some barefoot running and will do more in the new year, maybe twice a week.

Customs 5k result 21/12
Tim Calver 18:56
Bronwyn Calver 25:04
Caroline Campbell 29:01

Interstate Parkruns
Following on from yesterday's post, Canberrans travelling interstate have woken up to the fact that once you register for one parkrun you can compete anyway they are held! There are currently 18 parkrun venues in Australia: in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Launceston, Adelaide, Perth and Canberra. Here are the stats for 22 December, where you can see the venues

Albert Melbourne - 110 runners | 26 first timers | 20 PBs;
Balyang Sanctuary - 99 runners | 16 first timers | 28 PBs;
Claisebrook Cove - 123 runners | 50 first timers | 14 PBs;
Coomera - 25 runners | 1 first timers | 4 PBs;
Ginninderra - 46 runners | 8 first timers | 9 PBs;
Kawana - 85 runners | 32 first timers | 11 PBs;
Kingscliff - 12 runners | 6 first timers | 3 PBs;
Kirra - 65 runners | 7 first timers | 8 PBs;
Launceston - 78 runners | 22 first timers | 40 PBs;
Main Beach - 125 runners | 24 first timers | 8 PBs;
New Farm - 186 runners | 49 first timers | 23 PBs;
Newy - 252 runners | 37 first timers | 57 PBs;
North Lakes - 30 runners | 5 first timers | 4 PBs;
Sandgate - 79 runners | 23 first timers | 28 PBs;
South Bank - 84 runners | 25 first timers | 16 PBs;
St Peters - 126 runners | 25 first timers | 19 PBs;
Torrens - 55 runners | 19 first timers | 17 PBs;
Wynnum - 81 runners | 20 first timers | 16 PBs.

Competing in Wynnum on Saturday was Gary Bowen, 10th in 21:48. And planning to run at Albert Park next week is Cathy Newman. So if you are travelling interstate, go run in a parkrun event! The parkrun website keeps track of all performances, run counts, PBs as if it were one big event. Which it is. And worldwide, at that!

Parkrun Australia is at http://www.parkrun.com.au/

2 comments:

  1. Although that beard looks good on you, it will be so much cooler running with less of it in this weather!!

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  2. NO! Grow it again and 'taper' it for the Masters Games. I won't recognise you at Stromlo.

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