Winter Tourists and Two First Timers…Report #99

Conditions & Participants

We enjoyed a sunny but cold morning for TCG #99. We had 20 parkrunners come out, which is a January attendance record for us. Of these, four were tourists visiting from other parkruns. Julie and Barton were visiting from Durham NC parkrun. Our co-event director, Meredith, used to participate in this parkrun while she was in graduate school and enjoyed connecting again with them. Julie founded Durham NC parkrun and has directed it since 2013. Linda and Nathan also visited us, having been part of Weedon Island Preserve parkrun and Bargara parkrun. Thanks to all for making the trip! Additionally, this week we had two first-time parkrunners. Welcome to Ryan and Haley! We’re so glad you joined us and we hope to see you again in future weeks.

20 parkrunners take off from the start line

Julie nears the finish

Julie visits from Durham

Results

Coincidentally, our first timers were our first two finishers across the line. Ryan ran a 24:10 and Haley ran a 24:48. Nice job to both!

Welcome to Ryan!

Welcome to Ryan!

Welcome to Haley

Welcome to Haley

Complete results from this week’s parkrun can be found here. If you have never been to a parkrun but are considering it, give us a try. All you need to do is register for a personalized barcode and be sure to bring a copy (digital or printed) along with you. And don’t worry, registration is free and always will be!

Volunteer Call & Appreciation

Thanks to all of our volunteers who made this week’s parkrun possible - Christopher, David, Earl, Meredith, and Savannah. Earl graciously agreed to help despite the fact that his next parkrun out will be a milestone. Savannah also stepped forward to help us fill potential gaps. If you’d like to volunteer at a future event, please email thirdcreekgreenway@parkrun.com. We can always use more volunteers and will make sure you find a role that’s fun for you. See our future volunteer roster or our spreadsheet to help us fill in our gaps.

Future parkruns

We are back next week at 9am! Don’t forget to register and don’t forget your barcode . . .

Since launching on October 26 2019, Third Creek Greenway parkrun has had 319 individual finishers and 58 individuals volunteering.

Note that this upcoming Saturday will be our 100th event. Depending on weather, we plan to have a breakfast potluck at Meredith’s house, which is near the West Hills Elementary, after parkrun. An address will be shared on Saturday. Feel free to bring anything you’d like to share. Some items to consider include coffee and vegetarian friendly foods. Sign up to bring a dish on our spreadsheet - https://bit.ly/100TCGparkruns

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Evan, Alex, and Linda

Evan, Alex, and Linda

 

Two First Timers and WV Tourist…Report #98

Conditions & Participants

This week starting temperatures were just above freezing, but the course was clear and dry. We had a total of eleven parkrunners. Of these, two were first timers! Welcome to Donald and Karen! They were joined by their daughter Ashley, who was visiting from Charleston parkrun. Thanks to all three for joining us and we hope to see Donald and Karen again in the future.

Welcome to Donald

Welcome to Donald

Results

This week our first three finishers were female. Kudos go to tourist Ashley for being first across the line in 22:26. Meredith was second in 25:10. This was her first time running the TCG course during her first pregnancy. All of us experience different seasons in our lives that introduce changes to our fitness that may at first be challenging. If you're looking for a low stress environment to help you test your fitness while having the support of a group, give parkrun a try. Kathryn came in third and earned a PB! She took six seconds off her first ever parkrun with us this past December. We're excited to have her return and start a parkrun habit.

Ashley is our first finisher

Ashley is our first finisher

Our first male finisher was Adam. This was his seventh time coming across the line first.

Other accomplishments to recognize include Earl completing his 24th run (he’s one away from his 25 milestone!) and Nancy jogging her first parkrun since a recent injury. Congratulations to them both.

Complete results from this week’s parkrun can be found here. If you have never been to a parkrun but are considering it, give us a try. All you need to do is register for a personalized barcode and be sure to bring a copy (digital or printed) along with you. And don’t worry, registration is free and always will be!

Volunteer Call & Appreciation

Thanks to all of our volunteers who made this week’s parkrun possible - Alex H., Alex S., David, Melissa, and Meredith. We’re particularly grateful to Melissa for trying out volunteering for her first time! If you’d like to volunteer at a future event, please email thirdcreekgreenway@parkrun.com. We can always use more volunteers and will make sure you find a role that’s fun for you. See our future volunteer roster or our spreadsheet to help us fill in our gaps. We are in need of at least three more volunteers for next weekend’s parkrun. Please get in touch if you can help!

Melissa volunteers for her first time

Melissa volunteers for her first time

Looking Ahead

We are back next week at 9am! Don’t forget to register and don’t forget your barcode . . .

Since launching on October 26 2019, Third Creek Greenway parkrun has had 313 individual finishers and 58 individuals volunteering. Note that we’re getting close to a benchmark event - 100 parkruns! Assuming no cancellations due to weather, we’ll celebrate this accomplishment on February 4th. We’re considering a breakfast potluck for this occasion. Fill out this spreadsheet or get in touch if you’d be interested in contributing.

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Earl finishes his 24th parkrun

Earl finishes his 24th parkrun

 

A 25 Milestone & Snow Flurries…Report #97

Conditions & Participants

While snow flurries were gently falling from the sky throughout our event, warm temperatures earlier in the week made it so that our course was not an ice rink. Our third bridge did freeze and was quite slick, so all participants were advised to walk upon crossing. This didn’t make for super fast times, but I think all enjoyed our 97th installment of parkrun. A total of 5 parkrunners came out to complete the course.

Results

This week we celebrated Adam reaching his 25 runs milestone. He first joined us in May of 2022 and has quickly racked up the milestone points. He is currently sixth on our first finishers list and holds a course PB of 23:44. Adam was our first finisher this week for his 25th run. We’re proud of his accomplishment and so happy to have him be part of the parkrun community.

Adam finishes his 25th parkrun

Adam finishes his 25th parkrun

On the women’s side, Amanda was our first female finisher. Both Melissa and Lindy also made strides towards their 25 runs milestones. Melissa has completed 17 parkruns and Lindy has completed 16. As tail walker, Nancy finished her 68th parkrun and her 21st volunteer instance.

Amanda is our first female finisher

Amanda is our first female finisher

Complete results from this week’s parkrun can be found here. If you have never been to a parkrun but are considering it, give us a try. All you need to do is register for a personalized barcode and be sure to bring a copy (digital or printed) along with you. And don’t worry, registration is free and always will be!

Volunteer Call & Appreciation

Thanks to all of our volunteers who made this week’s parkrun possible - David, Karen Meredith, and Nancy. We’re particularly grateful to Karen for trying out volunteering for her first time. She jumped right in with our timekeeper role. If you’d like to volunteer at a future event, please email thirdcreekgreenway@parkrun.com. We can always use more volunteers and will make sure you find a role that’s fun for you. See our future volunteer roster or our spreadsheet to help us fill in our gaps. Feel free to check out the roster for one week away all the way through April. A core volunteer is expecting her first child in April and could especially use the help of others with taking on course setup. If you’ve never done course setup before and are interested in learning the ropes, email thirdcreekgreenway@parkrun.com and we can arrange training.

Lindy & Nancy

Lindy & Nancy

Future parkruns

We are back next week at 9am! Don’t forget to register and don’t forget your barcode . . .

Since launching on October 26 2019, Third Creek Greenway parkrun has had 310 individual finishers and 57 individuals volunteering. Note that we’re getting close to a benchmark event - 100 parkruns! Assuming no cancellations due to weather, we’ll celebrate this accomplishment on February 4th.

Melissa is cheered to the finish by cowbells

Melissa is cheered to the finish by cowbells

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2023!…Report #96

Conditions & Participants

The greenway was bustling with activity on the first Saturday of 2023. In addition to parkrun, the I Just Want to Be a Unicorn Half Marathon and 5k as well as the Knoxville Marathon Training Run utilized Third Creek Greenway. We got lucky and the freezing rain didn’t come until after we packed up. We hope all others out today got warm and dry quickly. A total of 11 parkrunners took to the course this week.

Results

While we didn’t have any personal bests, there are a lot of other accomplishments to celebrate. Nancy finished the course for the first time since being sidelined due to injury in late October. She parkwalked the whole 5k today (with a few spurts of jogging). We’re glad to see her back being able to participate. For those that are working back into running, know that parkrun is a welcoming environment to gently test your limits while acknowledging them.

Nancy parkwalks

Nancy parkwalks

All our parkrunners are also continuing to edge towards milestones. Particularly notable are those nearing their 25th parkrun -  Adam (24) and Earl (23). We’re looking forward to celebrating Adam’s 25 milestone next weekend.

Earl completes his 23rd parkrun

Earl completes his 23rd parkrun

Our first male finisher this week was Brandon. This was his second time coming across the line first. Amanda was our first female finisher. Today’s parkrun was also her second first finish.

Brandon finishes first

Brandon finishes first

Complete results from this week’s parkrun can be found here. If you have never been to a parkrun but are considering it, give us a try. All you need to do is register for a personalized barcode and be sure to bring a copy (digital or printed) along with you. And don’t worry, registration is free and always will be!

Volunteer Call & Appreciation

Thanks to all of our volunteers who made this week’s parkrun possible - Alex, Mark, Meredith, Nancy, and Savannah.

A huge congratulations is due to Alex on reaching her 50th volunteer instance. She is our third volunteer to reach this milestone. She has been with us from our early practice runs onward. Her service and leadership were essential to keeping us going when we relaunched after the pandemic closing. From that time onward she has served as co-event director. Due to an oversight, we failed to officially celebrate her milestone this morning, but we will be sure to do so in style when she’s back out two weeks from now.

Alex tail walks for her 50th volunteer milestone

Alex tail walks for her 50th volunteer milestone

Nancy is also getting close to her first volunteer milestone. Today was her 20th time lending a hand at our parkrun.

If you’d like to volunteer at a future event, please email thirdcreekgreenway@parkrun.com. We can always use more volunteers and will make sure you find a role that’s fun for you. See our future volunteer roster or our spreadsheet to help us fill in our gaps. Right now we’re looking for one more volunteer for January 14th. Please reach out if you’re interested.

Future parkruns

We are back next week at 9am! Don’t forget to register and don’t forget your barcode . . .

Since launching on October 26 2019, Third Creek Greenway parkrun has had 310 individual finishers and 56 individuals volunteering. Note that we’re getting close to a benchmark event - 100 parkruns! Assuming no cancellations due to weather, we’ll celebrate this accomplishment on February 4th.

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Winter is Here…Report #94

Conditions & Participants

As we move deeper into December, the temperatures have finally dropped. At the start of today’s event it was in the mid-30s. Today we had a total of eleven participants as well as one first timer. Welcome to Dan! We hope to see you at future parkruns.

Welcome Dan!

Welcome Dan!

Results

This week our male first finisher was Marcus, with a finish time of 21:27. This was his ninth time finishing first. Our female first finisher was Karen. She completed the course in 25:50. This was her fourteenth time finishing first. Karen has also tied David for second place on our first finishers list.

Marcus finishes first for his 9th time

Marcus finishes first for his 9th time

Karen finishes first for her 14th time

Karen finishes first for her 14th time

Otherwise many runners continued to make progress towards milestones. Parkrun recognizes participants for showing up consistently and putting in the work (whether the work is running or volunteering). After a participant/volunteer completes 25, 50, 100, 250, or 500 events, they are awarded a free T-shirt (in the US you just have to pay for shipping). Locally, we also recognize these accomplishments through words of congratulations, social media posts, and the bestowal of a sash. Presently, several runners are nearing their 25th parkrun. These individuals include Jeanne (24), Adam (22), Earl (22), Karen (17), Melissa (15), and Phyllis (14). This means we’ll be celebrating Jeanne’s 25th parkrun next week! Jeanne also deserves major kudos for reaching her 25th volunteer instance. Please do let us know when you are nearing a milestone so that we can be sure to celebrate your accomplishment.

Jeanne crosses her 24th parkrun finish

Jeanne crosses her 24th parkrun finish

Complete results from this week’s parkrun can be found here. If you have never been to a parkrun but are considering it, give us a try. All you need to do is register for a personalized barcode and be sure to bring a copy (digital or printed) along with you. And don’t worry, registration is free and always will be!

Volunteer Call & Appreciation

Thanks to all of our volunteers who made this week’s parkrun possible - Alex, Evan, David, Lauren, Jeanne, Meredith, and Nancy. If you’d like to volunteer at a future event, please email thirdcreekgreenway@parkrun.com. We can always use more volunteers and will make sure you find a role that’s fun for you. See our future volunteer roster or our spreadsheet to help us fill in our gaps. Right now we’re looking for one more volunteer for December 31st.

Future parkruns

We are back next week at 9am! Don’t forget to register and don’t forget your barcode . . .  We encourage everyone to wear (warm!) festive holiday clothes for our parkrun event on Christmas Eve. Please also come out to congratulate Jeanne on her milestone accomplishment.

Since launching on October 26 2019, Third Creek Greenway parkrun has had 307 individual finishers and 56 individuals volunteering. Note that we’re getting close to a benchmark event - 100 parkruns! Assuming no cancellations due to weather, we’ll celebrate this accomplishment on January 28th.

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A Female First Finisher, Two Newcomers, and a First-Time Volunteer…Report #92

Conditions & Participants

Our first December parkrun this year was slightly wet, but mild. We had nine participants show up despite the rain. Two of these were first timers. Welcome to Sam and Mary! We hope you had a great first-time parkrunning and that we see you again.

Nine parkrunners on a wet but leafy start line

Welcome to Sam

Welcome to Sam!

Welcome to Mary!

Welcome to Mary!

Results

This week we had a female first finisher. Karen came across the line in 25:19 and was closely followed by Adam and David. She is third on our first finishers list, with 13 out of her total 15 parkruns marked by a first finish.

Karen finishes first

Karen finishes first

Caryn and Amanda worked together during this parkrun, crossing the finish line at the same time.

Amanda & Caryn

Amanda & Caryn

Complete results from this week’s parkrun can be found here. If you have never been to a parkrun but are considering it, give us a try. All you need to do is register for a personalized barcode and be sure to bring a copy (digital or printed) along with you. And don’t worry, registration is free and always will be!

Volunteers

Thanks to all of our volunteers who made this week’s parkrun possible - Alex, Diane, Lindy, Mark, Meredith, and Nancy. This was Lindy’s very first time volunteering with us. Thanks for trying it out.

Diane & Lindy

Diane & Lindy

If you’d like to volunteer at a future event, please email thirdcreekgreenway@parkrun.com. We can always use more volunteers and will make sure you find a role that’s fun for you. See our future volunteer roster or our spreadsheet to help us fill in our gaps. Right now we’re looking for volunteers for December 31st.

Future parkruns

We are back next week at 9am! Don’t forget to register and don’t forget your barcode . . .  We’re looking forward to celebrating Amanda’s 25 milestone then!

Since launching on October 26 2019, Third Creek Greenway parkrun has had 306 individual finishers and 55 individuals volunteering. Note that we’re getting close to a benchmark event - 100 parkruns! Assuming no cancellations due to weather, we’ll celebrate this accomplishment on January 28th.

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PBs and a “Vol for Life” Tourist…Report #91

Conditions & Participants

We had lovely weather for our last parkrun in November. Nine participants came out to join us for this Thanksgiving weekend parkrun. We had one newcomer and tourist - David. He’s from Alabama, but is a self-proclaimed “Vol for Life.” It was great to meet you and we hope we did a proper job of introducing you to parkrun.

Welcome David!

Welcome David!

Results

This week was marked by our first two parkrunners across the line, Adam and Amanda, both running personal bests in addition to taking home first male and female finishers. Adam ran 43 seconds faster than his last parkrun to finish in 23:44. Amanda took a minute and eighteen seconds off her previous best time. This was also her 23rd parkrun finish (her 25 milestone is around the corner!) and her first time making the first finishers list. Nicely done both!

Adam runs a PB

Adam runs a PB

Amanda runs a PB

Amanda runs a PB

Complete results from this week’s parkrun can be found here. If you have never been to a parkrun but are considering it, give us a try. All you need to do is register for a personalized barcode and be sure to bring a copy (digital or printed) along with you. And don’t worry, registration is free and always will be!

Volunteer Call & Appreciation

Thanks to all of our volunteers who made this week’s parkrun possible - Meredith Hale, Nancy Henry, Alex Snyder, Diane Taylor, P Mark Taylor, and Sarah Wimmer. Special thanks go to Sarah and P Mark for contributing photos. Also, look out for another 50 volunteer instances milestone soon! Alex has volunteered 47 times at parkrun.

Alex and Lauren walk the course

Alex and Lauren walk the course

If you’d like to volunteer at a future event, please email thirdcreekgreenway@parkrun.com. We can always use more volunteers and will make sure you find a role that’s fun for you. See our future volunteer roster or our spreadsheet to help us fill in our gaps. Right now we’re looking for volunteers for December 10th.

Looking Ahead

We are back next week at 9am! Don’t forget to register and don’t forget your barcode . . .

Since launching on October 26 2019, Third Creek Greenway parkrun has had 304 individual finishers and 55 individuals volunteering. Note that we’re getting close to a benchmark event - 100 parkruns! Assuming no cancellations due to weather, we’ll celebrate this accomplishment on January 28th.

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Rain & Cookies…Report #89

Conditions & Participants

While we avoided any major downpours, we had a steady sprinkling of rain this Saturday. Four veterans came out to complete the course. Mark also showered us with chocolate chip cookies - which were amazing! We were also excited to see the third bridge on our course got a little tune up. It now has three new boards in place. Thanks to Parks and Recreation for this improvement!

Three slats were replaced on our third bridge!

Three slats were replaced on our third bridge!

Results

This week Michael was our first male finisher, with a time of 25:23. He completed his 16th parkrun and finished first for his second time. On the female side, Lindy was our first finisher. This was her first time finishing first! Check out our first finishers list here.

Michael finishes first

Michael finishes first

Lindy finishes first

Lindy finishes first

Complete results from this week’s parkrun can be found here. If you have never been to a parkrun but are considering it, give us a try. All you need to do is register for a personalized barcode and be sure to bring a copy (digital or printed) along with you. And don’t worry, registration is free and always will be!

Volunteer Call & Appreciation

Thanks to all of our volunteers who made this week’s parkrun possible - Amanda Burnette, Meredith Hale, Evan Snyder, Lauren Snyder, Alex Snyder, and David Talmy. If you’d like to volunteer at a future event, please email thirdcreekgreenway@parkrun.com. We can always use more volunteers and will make sure you find a role that’s fun for you. See our future volunteer roster or our spreadsheet to help us fill in our gaps.

Future parkruns

We are back next week at 9am! Don’t forget to register and don’t forget your barcode . . .

Note that we won’t be holding a special extra parkrun on Thanksgiving day. We’d encourage local runners to sign up for the Regal Knoxville Turkey Trot.

Since launching on October 26 2019, Third Creek Greenway parkrun has had 303 individual finishers and 55 individuals volunteering.

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A Warm Start to November…Report #88

Conditions & Participants

For our first November parkrun of 2022, we had warm conditions, with temperatures in the 60s. We got a few showers early in the morning during course setup, but all was dry by the time we got underway at 9am. Ten parkrunner veterans came out to take on the course this morning.

Results

This week we celebrated two personal bests! Congratulations to Adam and Melissa on running their best times on the Third Creek Greenway course. Adam bettered his previous best by 6 seconds! Despite just joining us for the first time this May, Adam has already managed to rack up 19 parkruns. We’re looking forward to celebrating his 25th run before the year is out.

Adam runs a PB

Adam runs a PB

Melissa took 34 seconds off her previous best time and was our first female finisher. This is Melissa’s second time finishing first and her 13th parkrun. Congrats!

Melissa runs a PB

Melissa runs a PB

On the men’s side, Martin was our first male finisher across the line. Adam and Martin were close throughout, but Martin went for it in the second half. He finished in 23:59, exactly matching his existing PB on the course.

Complete results from this week’s parkrun can be found here. If you have never been to a parkrun but are considering it, give us a try. All you need to do is register for a personalized barcode and be sure to bring a copy (digital or printed) along with you. And don’t worry, registration is free and always will be!

Volunteer Call & Appreciation

Thanks to all of our volunteers who made this week’s parkrun possible - Meredith Hale, Nancy Henry, Caryn Hughes, Evelyn Talmy, and David Talmy.   Evelyn has joined us for several parkruns in the last two months, but will be heading back to England. Thanks to her for always being willing to tail walk and to help us be successful with the parkwalk campaign by acting as a parkwalker.

Evelyn, Emerson, and Caryn

Evelyn, Emerson, and Caryn

If you’d like to volunteer at a future event, please email thirdcreekgreenway@parkrun.com. We can always use more volunteers and will make sure you find a role that’s fun for you. Our required volunteer roles are run director, barcode scanner, timer, tail walker, and event day course check/set up. To time or scan you simply need to download the parkrun Virtual Volunteer app and show up to parkrun early for some brief training. If social media or photography are your thing, there’s also an opportunity to help out using your creative skills. See our future volunteer roster to help us fill in our gaps. We’re also trying out a new spreadsheet that you can enter your name in ahead of time to help us plan for events further in the future.

Future parkruns

We are back next week at 9am! Don’t forget to register and don’t forget your barcode . . .

Note that we won’t be holding a special extra parkrun on Thanksgiving day. We’d encourage local runners to sign up for the Regal Knoxville Turkey Trot.

Since launching on October 26 2019, Third Creek Greenway parkrun has had 303 individual finishers and 54 individuals volunteering.

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Diane finishes

Diane finishes

 

Halloween . . . Report 87

Conditions & Participants

For our second ever Halloween celebration, we had six parkrunners come in costume. We had a sloth, unicorn, taco, Ghostbuster, skeleton, and Spiderman! Thanks for embracing the fun of costumes. In total we had fourteen parkrunners complete the course.

The McConnells dress up for Halloween

The McConnells dress up for Halloween

Results

This week we celebrated four personal bests! Congratulations to Alexander, Mark, Michael S., and Michael K. on running their fastest times ever on the Third Creek Greenway course.

Alexander completed his fourth parkrun with us and took off 49 seconds off his previous best to finish the course in 18:35. He has run a personal best every time he has come out since first joining us in May. This week he was also our first finisher. He has finished first three times, making him tied for 9th on our first finishers list.

Alexander runs a PB and finishes first

Mark also ran a PB this week. He took 23 seconds off by completing the 5k in 23:35. It’s great to see him running well while conservatively working through a hamstring injury.

Mark runs a PB

Michael S. continued his PB streak by shaving off another 21 seconds off his previous best. His time was 25:02 - soon we’ll see him break 25!

Michael S runs a PB

Michael K. ran his fastest time by 25 seconds. His finish time was 26:48. He did this with a stroller in tow!

Michael K runs a PB with Spiderman in tow

Michael K runs a PB with Spiderman in tow

On the female side, kudos are also due to Rebekah Berg for being our first woman finisher. She ran a time of 27:49 while sporting a sloth costume. She definitely isn’t slow!

Congratulations to everyone on these great times and to everyone for coming out and making progress towards their goals. Complete results from this week’s parkrun can be found here. If you have never been to a parkrun but are considering it, give us a try. All you need to do is register for a personalized barcode and be sure to bring a copy (digital or printed) along with you. And don’t worry, registration is free and always will be!

Volunteer Call & Appreciation

Thanks to all of our volunteers who made this week’s parkrun possible - Meredith Hale, Caryn Hughes, Jeanne Stokes, and P Mark Taylor.  If you’d like to volunteer at a future event, please email thirdcreekgreenway@parkrun.com. We can always use more volunteers and will make sure you find a role that’s fun for you. Our required volunteer roles are run director, barcode scanner, timer, tail walker, and event day course check/set up. To time or scan you simply need to download the parkrun Virtual Volunteer app and show up to parkrun early for some brief training. If social media or photography are your thing, there’s also an opportunity to help out using your creative skills. See our future volunteer roster to help us fill in our gaps. We’re also trying out a new spreadsheet that you can enter your name in ahead of time to help us plan for events further in the future.

This week we also want to take a moment to recognize Caryn on reaching her 25 milestone for volunteering! Caryn is the fourth individual at Third Creek Greenway parkrun to reach this milestone. She has served in every volunteer role, from run directing to time keeping. Thank you so much for all that you do for the parkrun community.

Caryn reaches her 25 milestone

Caryn reaches her 25 milestone

Future parkruns

We are back next week at 9am! Don’t forget to register and don’t forget your barcode . . .

Since launching on October 26 2019, Third Creek Greenway parkrun has had 303 individual finishers and 55 individuals volunteering.

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Instagram: instagram.com/tcgparkrun/

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