Wanaka parkrun cancelled this weekend (6th March 2021)

Due to COVID-19 restrictions under Level 2 and 3 all parkruns in New Zeleand are cancelled for this weekend.

Fingers crossed we will be back up and running next week.

Stay safe.

The Wanaka parkrun Team

 

Wanaka parkrun – Event #133 – 20th February 2021

Wanaka parkrun #133 took place last Saturday starting and finishing in Wanaka Station Park with 38 people running, jogging and walking the 5km lakefront course including 9 first timers and visitors from around New Zealand.

Wanaka parkrun #133 was made possible by 10 dedicated volunteers:
Adam SHARMAN • Jane SHARMAN • Hannah BOALER • Yuliya BOZHKO • Tim PELL • Kathy VOSS • Caroline HOLLAND • Katy MACPHERSON • Alana CLIFFORD • Richard KEELING

Thank you so much to all our volunteers! This event doesn’t happen without your energy, passion and commitment.
We always need more volunteers to make parkrun happen. If you would like to volunteer for future events please email us at wanakahelpers@parkrun.com.

You can also register to receive communications from Wanaka parkrun. Simply log in to your profile on www.parkrun.com/profile, click on “email options” and select Wanaka from the drop down list.

We would like to acknowledge our national sponsors, The Athletes Foot, who ensure parkrun is always free, and also say a big thank you to our local partners QLDC and Edgewater for their help to get this event up and running.

Wanaka parkrun first timer Grant Lincoln led the men home in 18:28 and Henrietta Forder led the women home in 26:55.

8 people recorded personal bests. Well done to you all.

This week’s full results and a complete event history can be found on the Wanaka parkrun Results Page.
The female record is held by Olivia BURNE who recorded a time of 17:36 on 14th July 2018 (event number 21).
The male record is held by Janus STAUFENBERG who recorded a time of 16:07 on 25th August 2018 (event number 27).
The Age Grade course record is held by Julie WILSON who recorded 85.74% (22:19) on 14th April 2018 (event number 8).

Wanaka parkrun started on 24th February 2018. Since then 2,392 participants have completed 6,555 parkruns covering a total distance of 32,775 km, including 1,018 new Personal Bests. A total of 176 individuals have volunteered 1,224 times.

Thank you all again for your participation, support and enthusiasm!

Wanaka parkrun

 

Wanaka parkrun – Event #132 – 13th February 2021

Wanaka parkrun #132 took place last Saturday starting and finishing in Wanaka Station Park with 50 people running, jogging and walking the 5km lakefront course including 7 first timers and visitors from around New Zealand.

Wanaka parkrun #132 was made possible by 11 dedicated volunteers:
Adam SHARMAN • Jane SHARMAN • Dwayne SMITH • Adam EASON • Neville FERGUSON • Kathy VOSS • Kevin MILLS • Karl BUCHANAN • Caroline HOLLAND • Julie RAMSAY • Lewis WRIGHT

Thank you so much to all our volunteers! This event doesn’t happen without your energy, passion and commitment.
We always need more volunteers to make parkrun happen. If you would like to volunteer for future events please email us at wanakahelpers@parkrun.com.
You can also register to receive communications from Wanaka parkrun. Simply log in to your profile on www.parkrun.com/profile, click on “email options” and select Wanaka from the drop down list.

We would like to acknowledge our national sponsors, The Athletes Foot, who ensure parkrun is always free, and also say a big thank you to our local partners QLDC and Edgewater for their help to get this event up and running.

10 people recorded personal bests. Well done to you all.

This week’s full results and a complete event history can be found on the Wanaka parkrun Results Page.

It was fantastic to see Geoff McMillan and Caren join us this weekend too. Geoff is the parkrun Ambassador for the South Island and does a fantastic job of supporting parkruns in the South Island.

Geoff was kind enough to leave us this message:
Wanaka parkrun, no matter what season, no matter the weather it’s a great event and if you’re in the vicinity it’s an absolute must!
Today’s event saw 50 parkrunners taking part in Wanaka’s first ever pacer event and a full 20% achieving a new PB! We also had 4 brand new, never done it before parkrunners and visitors from the UK, Germany and from around NZ.
parkrunning is always an enjoyable time for me, as is the post-event coffee and scones and Edgewater, Wanaka parkruns “home” cafe have a fine array of scones!
Added to which, of course, was the great chat with different parkrunners.

The female record is held by Olivia BURNE who recorded a time of 17:36 on 14th July 2018 (event number 21).
The male record is held by Janus STAUFENBERG who recorded a time of 16:07 on 25th August 2018 (event number 27).
The Age Grade course record is held by Julie WILSON who recorded 85.74% (22:19) on 14th April 2018 (event number 8).

Wanaka parkrun started on 24th February 2018. Since then 2,383 participants have completed 6,517 parkruns covering a total distance of 32,585 km, including 1,010 new Personal Bests. A total of 176 individuals have volunteered 1,214 times.

Thank you all again for your participation, support and enthusiasm!

Wanaka parkrun

 

Wanaka parkrun – Event #129 – 23rd February 2021

Wanaka parkrun #129 took place last Saturday starting and finishing in Wanaka Station Park with 47 people running, jogging and walking the 5km lakefront course including 13 first timers and visitors from around New Zealand.

Wanaka parkrun #129 was made possible by 8 dedicated volunteers:
Adam SHARMAN • Yuliya BOZHKO • Neville FERGUSON • Caroline HOLLAND • Gavin CRAW • Kate MCKENZIE • Tiny CARRUTHERS • Lucy GOFF

Thank you so much to all our volunteers! This event doesn’t happen without your energy, passion and commitment.
We always need more volunteers to make parkrun happen. If you would like to volunteer for future events please email us at wanakahelpers@parkrun.com.

You can also register to receive communications from Wanaka parkrun. Simply log in to your profile on www.parkrun.com/profile, click on “email options” and select Wanaka from the drop down list.

We would like to acknowledge our national sponsors, The Athletes Foot, who ensure parkrun is always free, and also say a big thank you to our local partners QLDC and Edgewater for their help to get this event up and running.

Wanaka parkrun first timer Ben Pigou led the mens’ field home in 18:45 and another first timer, Katie Morgan led the women’s field in 21:09.

parkrun isn’t just about the front of the field though and 3 people recorded personal bests. Well done to you all.

This week’s full results and a complete event history can be found on the Wanaka parkrun Results Page.

The female record is held by Olivia BURNE who recorded a time of 17:36 on 14th July 2018 (event number 21).
The male record is held by Janus STAUFENBERG who recorded a time of 16:07 on 25th August 2018 (event number 27).
The Age Grade course record is held by Julie WILSON who recorded 85.74% (22:19) on 14th April 2018 (event number 8).

Wanaka parkrun started on 24th February 2018. Since then 2,360 participants have completed 6,381 parkruns covering a total distance of 31,905 km, including 986 new Personal Bests. A total of 174 individuals have volunteered 1,185 times.

Thank you all again for your participation, support and enthusiasm!

Wanaka parkrun

 

Wanaka parkrun – Event #128 – 16th January 2021

Wanaka parkrun #128 took place last Saturday starting and finishing in Wanaka Station Park with 61 people running, jogging and walking the 5km lakefront course including 25 first timers and visitors from around New Zealand.

Wanaka parkrun #128 was made possible by 10 dedicated volunteers:
Adam SHARMAN • Adam EASON • Caroline HOLLAND • Gavin CRAW • Glenys MARTIN • Blair MARTIN • Richard KEELING • Hilary TOMKINS • Geoff TOMKINS • Warren PICKERING

Thank you so much to all our volunteers! This event doesn’t happen without your energy, passion and commitment.
We always need more volunteers to make parkrun happen. If you would like to volunteer for future events please email us at wanakahelpers@parkrun.com.
You can also register to receive communications from Wanaka parkrun. Simply log in to your profile on www.parkrun.com/profile, click on “email options” and select Wanaka from the drop down list.

We would like to acknowledge our national sponsors, The Athletes Foot, who ensure parkrun is always free, and also say a big thank you to our local partners QLDC and Edgewater for their help to get this event up and running.

Wanaka parkrun first timer Jack McKay led the mens’ field home in 18:17 and parkrun regular, Annabel Jeaffreson led the women’s field in 23:01.
parkrun isn’t just about the front of the field though and 4 people recorded personal bests. Well done to you all.

This week’s full results and a complete event history can be found on the Wanaka parkrun Results Page.
The female record is held by Olivia BURNE who recorded a time of 17:36 on 14th July 2018 (event number 21).
The male record is held by Janus STAUFENBERG who recorded a time of 16:07 on 25th August 2018 (event number 27).
The Age Grade course record is held by Julie WILSON who recorded 85.74% (22:19) on 14th April 2018 (event number 8).

Wanaka parkrun started on 24th February 2018. Since then 2,347 participants have completed 6,334 parkruns covering a total distance of 31,670 km, including 983 new Personal Bests. A total of 171 individuals have volunteered 1,177 times.

Thank you all again for your participation, support and enthusiasm!

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