Run Report # 240 – 11th May 2019

Armidale parkrun
Event number 240
11th May 2019


This week 162 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 22 were first timers and 18 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 18 different clubs took part.
The event was made possible by 14 volunteers:

Paul BILLINGS • Crystal BRUNYEE • Simon KNIGHT • Suzanne WRIGHT • David WRIGHT • Aaron MCMILLAN • Lee-Anne MCKINNON • Fiona WILLIAMS • Mary MCMILLAN • Hamish MCMILLAN • Tessa ROE • Bashir SEMAKULA • Shannon NAUSCHUTZ • Wylie MACBEAN
Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Armidale parkrun Results Page.
The male record is held by Scott WESTCOTT who recorded a time of 15:29 on 2nd August 2014 (event number 3).
The female record is held by Steph AUSTON who recorded a time of 18:17 on 16th August 2014 (event number 5).
The Age Grade course record is held by Scott WESTCOTT who recorded 86.87% (15:29) on 2nd August 2014 (event number 3).

Armidale parkrun started on 19th July 2014. Since then 3,528 participants have completed 34,351 parkruns covering a total distance of 171,755 km, including 6,097 new Personal Bests. A total of 645 individuals have volunteered 3,791 times.

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Volunteers are the lifeblood of parkrun and without them, parkrun would not exist. parkrunners are encouraged to volunteer 3 times a year so the event can run 52 weeks a year. Why not look have a quick look at the "future roster" and see on which date you can volunteer. To access this page, click on the "volunteer" tab on the top of this page. If you'd like to take a particular spot, simply email armidalehelpers@parkrun.com

Today's photos

All photos taken at today's event by our volunteer photographer(s) have been uploaded into our Photo Album which is on our Armidale parkrun Facebook page. Anyone can view them, even if they’re not a Facebook user. To view this week's photos, click here then click on the tab 'Albums' then the select the folder with this week's event # and/or date. To view the photos of a previous event(s), simply select the folder with this week's event # and/or date. A selection of photos from each weeks event can also be accessed from www.parkrun.com.au/photos Please note: If you ever want a photo removed from our website and/or Facebook pages, please do not hesitate to ask us and it will be removed as soon as possible. Please send email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com

Statistics for Armidale parkrun

All Armidale parkrun event statistics can be viewed at the bottom of all pages on the Armidale parkrun website. These statistics are updated after each week's event. For the latest statistics, click here.

parkrun news and up-to-date information in Armidale

For the latest news and up-to-date information for Armidale parkrun, 'like' the Armidale parkrun Facebook page and/or go to www.parkrun.com.au/armidale and select 'news' from the menu bar. Previous news items and information are also available on the website. To locate, use the menu bars (search / categories / archives / recent posts) located on the right side of the screen. For all inquiries about Armidale parkrun, please send an email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com Everyone is welcome at Armidale parkrun. We look forward to seeing you.

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parkrun news and up-to-date information in Australia

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parkrun adventurers

If your life is all about parkrun and you love parkrun adventure, you are are "parkrun adventurer" and you will love Australia’s new weekly podcast "parkrun adventurers."

Each week, the podcast features parkrun news, information and adventurers from events across Australia. parkrunners are encourage to 'like' the “parkrun adventurers” Facebook by clicking on the image.

You can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes, the RSS feed in your favourite podcast program, Stitcher, Google Play and/or Soundcloud

parkrun news and up-to-date information internationally

For all the latest parkrun news and up-to-date information from parkrun events internationally, 'like' the "parkrun" Facebook page and/or go to http://www.parkrun.com/news/

What is Armidale parkrun?

Armidale parkrun is a free, weekly timed 5km run or walk, open to everyone in the community of all ages and abilities. It is run entirely by volunteers and is held every Saturday within the grounds of the University of New England at SportUNE, SportUNE Drive, Armidale. To have a look at the Armidale parkrun course, click on the "course" tab on the top of this page. Following a briefing for 'First Timers' at 7:45am and one for all participants at 7:55am, the run commences at 8:00am. parkrun has a strict "no barcode = no results = no exceptions" policy. To register and print-out your barcode for free, go to www.parkrun.com.au/register For all inquiries about Armidale parkrun, please send an email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com Everyone is welcome at Armidale parkrun. We look forward to seeing you.

Come Visit Armidale - you won't be disappointed!

The Armidale region boasts spectacular waterfalls, gorges, world-heritage national parks, cool-climate vineyards and a fascinating and diverse cultural heritage. Canyoning, mountain biking, birdwatching, trout fishing and other outdoor adventures take on an exciting new dimension up high. And you’ll be delighted all over again when you come inside to discover our galleries, museums, fine food and wine. Come and see us soon! For more information about Armidale and region, go to www.armidaletourism.com.au or simply click here.

Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming special events.

Special mention and appreciation to Armidale parkrun Event Supporters

Click on supporter's logo to access their website.

Principle Local Supporter

 

Armidale City Bowling club logo

Supporter

 

UNESportUNE

 

 

...as well as national sponsors  Medibank

 

 

Medibank

Let's celebrate together

Please let us know if there is anything you would like us to include in the weekly Run Report (celebrations, announcements, special shout outs, birthdays etc ). Please send details to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com

Children under the age of 11 years old need to be accompanied at all times at parkrun

Children U11

All children under the age of 11 years old are the responsibility of their parents or guardians and need to be accompanied accompanied by a parent, guardian or other designated adult of the parents' choice at parkrun events

This is policy is non-negotiable designed to ensure the safety and protection of all children under 11 years of age at parkrun events.

For more information, click here.

The Notice Board

"The Notice Board" contains information for Armidale parkrunners and is available for viewing from the "News" page of the Armidale parkrun website. parkrunners are encouraged to access the "News" page on a regular basis to keep up-to-date with Armidale parkrun happenings. Current items of interest available on the page include:

milestone t-shirts

milestone t-shirts: the home straight (07/04/2016)

how to order

parkrunner's passwords

parkrunner's passwords - helps

Acknowledgement of traditional owners and country

Flag

Armidale parkrun acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respect to them and their cultures, and to elders both past and present.

 

 

Run Report #239 – 4th May 2019

Armidale parkrun
Event number 239
4th May 2019

This week 76 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 2 were first timers and 7 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 6 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 14 volunteers:

Michael HENDERSON • Paul BILLINGS • Paul LISLE • Fred TURNER • Tim DYALL • June BILLINGS • Lee-Anne MCKINNON • Subba YARRAM • Mary MCMILLAN • Raelene DYALL • Lea LABEUR • Hamish MCMILLAN • Thomas COOPER • Bashir SEMAKULA

Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Armidale parkrun Results Page.

The male record is held by Scott WESTCOTT who recorded a time of 15:29 on 2nd August 2014 (event number 3).
The female record is held by Steph AUSTON who recorded a time of 18:17 on 16th August 2014 (event number 5).
The Age Grade course record is held by Scott WESTCOTT who recorded 86.87% (15:29) on 2nd August 2014 (event number 3).

Armidale parkrun started on 19th July 2014. Since then 3,506 participants have completed 34,189 parkruns covering a total distance of 170,945 km, including 6,079 new Personal Bests. A total of 644 individuals have volunteered 3,777 times.

 

 

Volunteers are the lifeblood of parkrun and without them, parkrun would not exist. parkrunners are encouraged to volunteer 3 times a year so the event can run 52 weeks a year. Why not look have a quick look at the "future roster" and see on which date you can volunteer. To access this page, click on the "volunteer" tab on the top of this page. If you'd like to take a particular spot, simply email armidalehelpers@parkrun.com

Today's photos

All photos taken at today's event by our volunteer photographer(s) have been uploaded into our Photo Album which is on our Armidale parkrun Facebook page. Anyone can view them, even if they’re not a Facebook user. To view this week's photos, click here then click on the tab 'Albums' then the select the folder with this week's event # and/or date. To view the photos of a previous event(s), simply select the folder with this week's event # and/or date. A selection of photos from each weeks event can also be accessed from www.parkrun.com.au/photos Please note: If you ever want a photo removed from our website and/or Facebook pages, please do not hesitate to ask us and it will be removed as soon as possible. Please send email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com

Statistics for Armidale parkrun

All Armidale parkrun event statistics can be viewed at the bottom of all pages on the Armidale parkrun website. These statistics are updated after each week's event. For the latest statistics, click here.

parkrun news and up-to-date information in Armidale

For the latest news and up-to-date information for Armidale parkrun, 'like' the Armidale parkrun Facebook page and/or go to www.parkrun.com.au/armidale and select 'news' from the menu bar. Previous news items and information are also available on the website. To locate, use the menu bars (search / categories / archives / recent posts) located on the right side of the screen. For all inquiries about Armidale parkrun, please send an email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com Everyone is welcome at Armidale parkrun. We look forward to seeing you.

Like us on Facebook

parkrun news and up-to-date information in Australia

For all the latest parkrun news, weekly statistics and up-to-date information from all 150+ events in Australia, 'like' the "parkrun Australia" Facebook page by clicking on the image.

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parkrun adventurers

If your life is all about parkrun and you love parkrun adventure, you are are "parkrun adventurer" and you will love Australia’s new weekly podcast "parkrun adventurers."

Each week, the podcast features parkrun news, information and adventurers from events across Australia. parkrunners are encourage to 'like' the “parkrun adventurers” Facebook by clicking on the image.

You can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes, the RSS feed in your favourite podcast program, Stitcher, Google Play and/or Soundcloud

parkrun news and up-to-date information internationally

For all the latest parkrun news and up-to-date information from parkrun events internationally, 'like' the "parkrun" Facebook page and/or go to http://www.parkrun.com/news/

What is Armidale parkrun?

Armidale parkrun is a free, weekly timed 5km run or walk, open to everyone in the community of all ages and abilities. It is run entirely by volunteers and is held every Saturday within the grounds of the University of New England at SportUNE, SportUNE Drive, Armidale. To have a look at the Armidale parkrun course, click on the "course" tab on the top of this page. Following a briefing for 'First Timers' at 7:45am and one for all participants at 7:55am, the run commences at 8:00am. parkrun has a strict "no barcode = no results = no exceptions" policy. To register and print-out your barcode for free, go to www.parkrun.com.au/register For all inquiries about Armidale parkrun, please send an email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com Everyone is welcome at Armidale parkrun. We look forward to seeing you.

Come Visit Armidale - you won't be disappointed!

The Armidale region boasts spectacular waterfalls, gorges, world-heritage national parks, cool-climate vineyards and a fascinating and diverse cultural heritage. Canyoning, mountain biking, birdwatching, trout fishing and other outdoor adventures take on an exciting new dimension up high. And you’ll be delighted all over again when you come inside to discover our galleries, museums, fine food and wine. Come and see us soon! For more information about Armidale and region, go to www.armidaletourism.com.au or simply click here.

Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming special events.

Special mention and appreciation to Armidale parkrun Event Supporters

Click on supporter's logo to access their website.

Principle Local Supporter

 

Armidale City Bowling club logo

Supporter

 

UNESportUNE

 

 

...as well as national sponsors  Medibank

 

 

Medibank

Let's celebrate together

Please let us know if there is anything you would like us to include in the weekly Run Report (celebrations, announcements, special shout outs, birthdays etc ). Please send details to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com

Children under the age of 11 years old need to be accompanied at all times at parkrun

Children U11

All children under the age of 11 years old are the responsibility of their parents or guardians and need to be accompanied accompanied by a parent, guardian or other designated adult of the parents' choice at parkrun events

This is policy is non-negotiable designed to ensure the safety and protection of all children under 11 years of age at parkrun events.

For more information, click here.

The Notice Board

"The Notice Board" contains information for Armidale parkrunners and is available for viewing from the "News" page of the Armidale parkrun website. parkrunners are encouraged to access the "News" page on a regular basis to keep up-to-date with Armidale parkrun happenings. Current items of interest available on the page include:

milestone t-shirts

milestone t-shirts: the home straight (07/04/2016)

how to order

parkrunner's passwords

parkrunner's passwords - helps

Acknowledgement of traditional owners and country

Flag

Armidale parkrun acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respect to them and their cultures, and to elders both past and present.

 

 

Run Report # 238 – 27th April 2019

Armidale parkrun
Event number 238
27th April 2019

This week 176 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 10 were first timers and 27 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 12 different clubs took part.
The event was made possible by 14 volunteers:

Daniel GOOCH • Paul BILLINGS • Nancy BURTON • Sarah TRÉMONT • Martin LINDEMAN • Lee-Anne MCKINNON • Wendy DAWSON • Ellie-Mae MCDONALD • Susan WILSON • Simon SCOTT • Caillan FELLOWS • Lucinda CHAPMAN • Thomas COOPER • Ian TARGETT
Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Armidale parkrun Results Page.
The male record is held by Scott WESTCOTT who recorded a time of 15:29 on 2nd August 2014 (event number 3).
The female record is held by Steph AUSTON who recorded a time of 18:17 on 16th August 2014 (event number 5).
The Age Grade course record is held by Scott WESTCOTT who recorded 86.87% (15:29) on 2nd August 2014 (event number 3).
Armidale parkrun started on 19th July 2014. Since then 3,504 participants have completed 34,113 parkruns covering a total distance of 170,565 km, including 6,072 new Personal Bests. A total of 644 individuals have volunteered 3,763 times.

 

 

Volunteers are the lifeblood of parkrun and without them, parkrun would not exist. parkrunners are encouraged to volunteer 3 times a year so the event can run 52 weeks a year. Why not look have a quick look at the "future roster" and see on which date you can volunteer. To access this page, click on the "volunteer" tab on the top of this page. If you'd like to take a particular spot, simply email armidalehelpers@parkrun.com

Today's photos

All photos taken at today's event by our volunteer photographer(s) have been uploaded into our Photo Album which is on our Armidale parkrun Facebook page. Anyone can view them, even if they’re not a Facebook user. To view this week's photos, click here then click on the tab 'Albums' then the select the folder with this week's event # and/or date. To view the photos of a previous event(s), simply select the folder with this week's event # and/or date. A selection of photos from each weeks event can also be accessed from www.parkrun.com.au/photos Please note: If you ever want a photo removed from our website and/or Facebook pages, please do not hesitate to ask us and it will be removed as soon as possible. Please send email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com

Statistics for Armidale parkrun

All Armidale parkrun event statistics can be viewed at the bottom of all pages on the Armidale parkrun website. These statistics are updated after each week's event. For the latest statistics, click here.

parkrun news and up-to-date information in Armidale

For the latest news and up-to-date information for Armidale parkrun, 'like' the Armidale parkrun Facebook page and/or go to www.parkrun.com.au/armidale and select 'news' from the menu bar. Previous news items and information are also available on the website. To locate, use the menu bars (search / categories / archives / recent posts) located on the right side of the screen. For all inquiries about Armidale parkrun, please send an email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com Everyone is welcome at Armidale parkrun. We look forward to seeing you.

Like us on Facebook

parkrun news and up-to-date information in Australia

For all the latest parkrun news, weekly statistics and up-to-date information from all 150+ events in Australia, 'like' the "parkrun Australia" Facebook page by clicking on the image.

parkrun Australa Facebook page

parkrun adventurers

If your life is all about parkrun and you love parkrun adventure, you are are "parkrun adventurer" and you will love Australia’s new weekly podcast "parkrun adventurers."

Each week, the podcast features parkrun news, information and adventurers from events across Australia. parkrunners are encourage to 'like' the “parkrun adventurers” Facebook by clicking on the image.

You can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes, the RSS feed in your favourite podcast program, Stitcher, Google Play and/or Soundcloud

parkrun news and up-to-date information internationally

For all the latest parkrun news and up-to-date information from parkrun events internationally, 'like' the "parkrun" Facebook page and/or go to http://www.parkrun.com/news/

What is Armidale parkrun?

Armidale parkrun is a free, weekly timed 5km run or walk, open to everyone in the community of all ages and abilities. It is run entirely by volunteers and is held every Saturday within the grounds of the University of New England at SportUNE, SportUNE Drive, Armidale. To have a look at the Armidale parkrun course, click on the "course" tab on the top of this page. Following a briefing for 'First Timers' at 7:45am and one for all participants at 7:55am, the run commences at 8:00am. parkrun has a strict "no barcode = no results = no exceptions" policy. To register and print-out your barcode for free, go to www.parkrun.com.au/register For all inquiries about Armidale parkrun, please send an email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com Everyone is welcome at Armidale parkrun. We look forward to seeing you.

Come Visit Armidale - you won't be disappointed!

The Armidale region boasts spectacular waterfalls, gorges, world-heritage national parks, cool-climate vineyards and a fascinating and diverse cultural heritage. Canyoning, mountain biking, birdwatching, trout fishing and other outdoor adventures take on an exciting new dimension up high. And you’ll be delighted all over again when you come inside to discover our galleries, museums, fine food and wine. Come and see us soon! For more information about Armidale and region, go to www.armidaletourism.com.au or simply click here.

Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming special events.

Special mention and appreciation to Armidale parkrun Event Supporters

Click on supporter's logo to access their website.

Principle Local Supporter

 

Armidale City Bowling club logo

Supporter

 

UNESportUNE

 

 

...as well as national sponsors  Medibank

 

 

Medibank

Let's celebrate together

Please let us know if there is anything you would like us to include in the weekly Run Report (celebrations, announcements, special shout outs, birthdays etc ). Please send details to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com

Children under the age of 11 years old need to be accompanied at all times at parkrun

Children U11

All children under the age of 11 years old are the responsibility of their parents or guardians and need to be accompanied accompanied by a parent, guardian or other designated adult of the parents' choice at parkrun events

This is policy is non-negotiable designed to ensure the safety and protection of all children under 11 years of age at parkrun events.

For more information, click here.

The Notice Board

"The Notice Board" contains information for Armidale parkrunners and is available for viewing from the "News" page of the Armidale parkrun website. parkrunners are encouraged to access the "News" page on a regular basis to keep up-to-date with Armidale parkrun happenings. Current items of interest available on the page include:

milestone t-shirts

milestone t-shirts: the home straight (07/04/2016)

how to order

parkrunner's passwords

parkrunner's passwords - helps

Acknowledgement of traditional owners and country

Flag

Armidale parkrun acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respect to them and their cultures, and to elders both past and present.

 

 

parkrun #237 – 20th April 2019

Armidale parkrun
Event number 237
20th April 2019

This week 148 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 15 were first timers and 14 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 8 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 13 volunteers:

Paul BILLINGS • Matt NEWHOUSE • Tim DYALL • Ros NOAKES • Rebecca (Bec) RIDGES • Lee-Anne MCKINNON • Neville ELLIS • Fiona WILLIAMS • Mal RIDGES • Thomas COOPER • Bashir SEMAKULA • Shannon NAUSCHUTZ • Diane GRAY

Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Armidale parkrun Results Page.

The male record is held by Scott WESTCOTT who recorded a time of 15:29 on 2nd August 2014 (event number 3).
The female record is held by Steph AUSTON who recorded a time of 18:17 on 16th August 2014 (event number 5).
The Age Grade course record is held by Scott WESTCOTT who recorded 86.87% (15:29) on 2nd August 2014 (event number 3).

Armidale parkrun started on 19th July 2014. Since then 3,494 participants have completed 33,937 parkruns covering a total distance of 169,685 km, including 6,045 new Personal Bests. A total of 642 individuals have volunteered 3,749 times.

 

 

Volunteers are the lifeblood of parkrun and without them, parkrun would not exist. parkrunners are encouraged to volunteer 3 times a year so the event can run 52 weeks a year. Why not look have a quick look at the "future roster" and see on which date you can volunteer. To access this page, click on the "volunteer" tab on the top of this page. If you'd like to take a particular spot, simply email armidalehelpers@parkrun.com

Today's photos

All photos taken at today's event by our volunteer photographer(s) have been uploaded into our Photo Album which is on our Armidale parkrun Facebook page. Anyone can view them, even if they’re not a Facebook user. To view this week's photos, click here then click on the tab 'Albums' then the select the folder with this week's event # and/or date. To view the photos of a previous event(s), simply select the folder with this week's event # and/or date. A selection of photos from each weeks event can also be accessed from www.parkrun.com.au/photos Please note: If you ever want a photo removed from our website and/or Facebook pages, please do not hesitate to ask us and it will be removed as soon as possible. Please send email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com

Statistics for Armidale parkrun

All Armidale parkrun event statistics can be viewed at the bottom of all pages on the Armidale parkrun website. These statistics are updated after each week's event. For the latest statistics, click here.

parkrun news and up-to-date information in Armidale

For the latest news and up-to-date information for Armidale parkrun, 'like' the Armidale parkrun Facebook page and/or go to www.parkrun.com.au/armidale and select 'news' from the menu bar. Previous news items and information are also available on the website. To locate, use the menu bars (search / categories / archives / recent posts) located on the right side of the screen. For all inquiries about Armidale parkrun, please send an email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com Everyone is welcome at Armidale parkrun. We look forward to seeing you.

Like us on Facebook

parkrun news and up-to-date information in Australia

For all the latest parkrun news, weekly statistics and up-to-date information from all 150+ events in Australia, 'like' the "parkrun Australia" Facebook page by clicking on the image.

parkrun Australa Facebook page

parkrun adventurers

If your life is all about parkrun and you love parkrun adventure, you are are "parkrun adventurer" and you will love Australia’s new weekly podcast "parkrun adventurers."

Each week, the podcast features parkrun news, information and adventurers from events across Australia. parkrunners are encourage to 'like' the “parkrun adventurers” Facebook by clicking on the image.

You can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes, the RSS feed in your favourite podcast program, Stitcher, Google Play and/or Soundcloud

parkrun news and up-to-date information internationally

For all the latest parkrun news and up-to-date information from parkrun events internationally, 'like' the "parkrun" Facebook page and/or go to http://www.parkrun.com/news/

What is Armidale parkrun?

Armidale parkrun is a free, weekly timed 5km run or walk, open to everyone in the community of all ages and abilities. It is run entirely by volunteers and is held every Saturday within the grounds of the University of New England at SportUNE, SportUNE Drive, Armidale. To have a look at the Armidale parkrun course, click on the "course" tab on the top of this page. Following a briefing for 'First Timers' at 7:45am and one for all participants at 7:55am, the run commences at 8:00am. parkrun has a strict "no barcode = no results = no exceptions" policy. To register and print-out your barcode for free, go to www.parkrun.com.au/register For all inquiries about Armidale parkrun, please send an email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com Everyone is welcome at Armidale parkrun. We look forward to seeing you.

Come Visit Armidale - you won't be disappointed!

The Armidale region boasts spectacular waterfalls, gorges, world-heritage national parks, cool-climate vineyards and a fascinating and diverse cultural heritage. Canyoning, mountain biking, birdwatching, trout fishing and other outdoor adventures take on an exciting new dimension up high. And you’ll be delighted all over again when you come inside to discover our galleries, museums, fine food and wine. Come and see us soon! For more information about Armidale and region, go to www.armidaletourism.com.au or simply click here.

Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming special events.

Special mention and appreciation to Armidale parkrun Event Supporters

Click on supporter's logo to access their website.

Principle Local Supporter

 

Armidale City Bowling club logo

Supporter

 

UNESportUNE

 

 

...as well as national sponsors  Medibank

 

 

Medibank

Let's celebrate together

Please let us know if there is anything you would like us to include in the weekly Run Report (celebrations, announcements, special shout outs, birthdays etc ). Please send details to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com

Children under the age of 11 years old need to be accompanied at all times at parkrun

Children U11

All children under the age of 11 years old are the responsibility of their parents or guardians and need to be accompanied accompanied by a parent, guardian or other designated adult of the parents' choice at parkrun events

This is policy is non-negotiable designed to ensure the safety and protection of all children under 11 years of age at parkrun events.

For more information, click here.

The Notice Board

"The Notice Board" contains information for Armidale parkrunners and is available for viewing from the "News" page of the Armidale parkrun website. parkrunners are encouraged to access the "News" page on a regular basis to keep up-to-date with Armidale parkrun happenings. Current items of interest available on the page include:

milestone t-shirts

milestone t-shirts: the home straight (07/04/2016)

how to order

parkrunner's passwords

parkrunner's passwords - helps

Acknowledgement of traditional owners and country

Flag

Armidale parkrun acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respect to them and their cultures, and to elders both past and present.

 

 

Run Report #236 – 13th April 2019

Armidale parkrun
Event number 236
13th April 2019

This week 206 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 24 were first timers and 46 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 10 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 13 volunteers:

Keith ROBINSON • Paul BILLINGS • Tim DYALL • Ben FITTLER • June BILLINGS • Annabel CALKIN • Lee-Anne MCKINNON • Neville ELLIS • Fiona WILLIAMS • Jan FITTLER • Kay PELL • Rodney DAY • Tanya DAY

Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Armidale parkrun Results Page.

The male record is held by Scott WESTCOTT who recorded a time of 15:29 on 2nd August 2014 (event number 3).
The female record is held by Steph AUSTON who recorded a time of 18:17 on 16th August 2014 (event number 5).
The Age Grade course record is held by Scott WESTCOTT who recorded 86.87% (15:29) on 2nd August 2014 (event number 3).

Armidale parkrun started on 19th July 2014. Since then 3,479 participants have completed 33,789 parkruns covering a total distance of 168,945 km, including 6,031 new Personal Bests. A total of 640 individuals have volunteered 3,736 times.

 

 

Volunteers are the lifeblood of parkrun and without them, parkrun would not exist. parkrunners are encouraged to volunteer 3 times a year so the event can run 52 weeks a year. Why not look have a quick look at the "future roster" and see on which date you can volunteer. To access this page, click on the "volunteer" tab on the top of this page. If you'd like to take a particular spot, simply email armidalehelpers@parkrun.com

Today's photos

All photos taken at today's event by our volunteer photographer(s) have been uploaded into our Photo Album which is on our Armidale parkrun Facebook page. Anyone can view them, even if they’re not a Facebook user. To view this week's photos, click here then click on the tab 'Albums' then the select the folder with this week's event # and/or date. To view the photos of a previous event(s), simply select the folder with this week's event # and/or date. A selection of photos from each weeks event can also be accessed from www.parkrun.com.au/photos Please note: If you ever want a photo removed from our website and/or Facebook pages, please do not hesitate to ask us and it will be removed as soon as possible. Please send email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com

Statistics for Armidale parkrun

All Armidale parkrun event statistics can be viewed at the bottom of all pages on the Armidale parkrun website. These statistics are updated after each week's event. For the latest statistics, click here.

parkrun news and up-to-date information in Armidale

For the latest news and up-to-date information for Armidale parkrun, 'like' the Armidale parkrun Facebook page and/or go to www.parkrun.com.au/armidale and select 'news' from the menu bar. Previous news items and information are also available on the website. To locate, use the menu bars (search / categories / archives / recent posts) located on the right side of the screen. For all inquiries about Armidale parkrun, please send an email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com Everyone is welcome at Armidale parkrun. We look forward to seeing you.

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parkrun news and up-to-date information in Australia

For all the latest parkrun news, weekly statistics and up-to-date information from all 150+ events in Australia, 'like' the "parkrun Australia" Facebook page by clicking on the image.

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parkrun adventurers

If your life is all about parkrun and you love parkrun adventure, you are are "parkrun adventurer" and you will love Australia’s new weekly podcast "parkrun adventurers."

Each week, the podcast features parkrun news, information and adventurers from events across Australia. parkrunners are encourage to 'like' the “parkrun adventurers” Facebook by clicking on the image.

You can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes, the RSS feed in your favourite podcast program, Stitcher, Google Play and/or Soundcloud

parkrun news and up-to-date information internationally

For all the latest parkrun news and up-to-date information from parkrun events internationally, 'like' the "parkrun" Facebook page and/or go to http://www.parkrun.com/news/

What is Armidale parkrun?

Armidale parkrun is a free, weekly timed 5km run or walk, open to everyone in the community of all ages and abilities. It is run entirely by volunteers and is held every Saturday within the grounds of the University of New England at SportUNE, SportUNE Drive, Armidale. To have a look at the Armidale parkrun course, click on the "course" tab on the top of this page. Following a briefing for 'First Timers' at 7:45am and one for all participants at 7:55am, the run commences at 8:00am. parkrun has a strict "no barcode = no results = no exceptions" policy. To register and print-out your barcode for free, go to www.parkrun.com.au/register For all inquiries about Armidale parkrun, please send an email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com Everyone is welcome at Armidale parkrun. We look forward to seeing you.

Come Visit Armidale - you won't be disappointed!

The Armidale region boasts spectacular waterfalls, gorges, world-heritage national parks, cool-climate vineyards and a fascinating and diverse cultural heritage. Canyoning, mountain biking, birdwatching, trout fishing and other outdoor adventures take on an exciting new dimension up high. And you’ll be delighted all over again when you come inside to discover our galleries, museums, fine food and wine. Come and see us soon! For more information about Armidale and region, go to www.armidaletourism.com.au or simply click here.

Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming special events.

Special mention and appreciation to Armidale parkrun Event Supporters

Click on supporter's logo to access their website.

Principle Local Supporter

 

Armidale City Bowling club logo

Supporter

 

UNESportUNE

 

 

...as well as national sponsors  Medibank

 

 

Medibank

Let's celebrate together

Please let us know if there is anything you would like us to include in the weekly Run Report (celebrations, announcements, special shout outs, birthdays etc ). Please send details to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com

Children under the age of 11 years old need to be accompanied at all times at parkrun

Children U11

All children under the age of 11 years old are the responsibility of their parents or guardians and need to be accompanied accompanied by a parent, guardian or other designated adult of the parents' choice at parkrun events

This is policy is non-negotiable designed to ensure the safety and protection of all children under 11 years of age at parkrun events.

For more information, click here.

The Notice Board

"The Notice Board" contains information for Armidale parkrunners and is available for viewing from the "News" page of the Armidale parkrun website. parkrunners are encouraged to access the "News" page on a regular basis to keep up-to-date with Armidale parkrun happenings. Current items of interest available on the page include:

milestone t-shirts

milestone t-shirts: the home straight (07/04/2016)

how to order

parkrunner's passwords

parkrunner's passwords - helps

Acknowledgement of traditional owners and country

Flag

Armidale parkrun acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respect to them and their cultures, and to elders both past and present.

 

 

Run Report #235 – 6th April 2019

Armidale parkrun
Event number 235
6th April 2019

This week 220 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 28 were first timers and 40 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 10 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 15 volunteers:

Kristen Emilie COHEN • Pilar ARGENTE • Paul BILLINGS • Luke STONESTREET • Anna MURRELL • Trudy PAGE • Nancy BURTON • Jane SHEPHEARD • June BILLINGS • Lee-Anne MCKINNON • Jacob LINDEMAN • Caleb BETTISON • Katrina BETTISON • Frances CUSKELLY • April TER HEDDE

Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Armidale parkrun Results Page.

The male record is held by Scott WESTCOTT who recorded a time of 15:29 on 2nd August 2014 (event number 3).
The female record is held by Steph AUSTON who recorded a time of 18:17 on 16th August 2014 (event number 5).
The Age Grade course record is held by Scott WESTCOTT who recorded 86.87% (15:29) on 2nd August 2014 (event number 3).

Armidale parkrun started on 19th July 2014. Since then 3,455 participants have completed 33,583 parkruns covering a total distance of 167,915 km, including 5,985 new Personal Bests. A total of 638 individuals have volunteered 3,723 times.

 

 

Volunteers are the lifeblood of parkrun and without them, parkrun would not exist. parkrunners are encouraged to volunteer 3 times a year so the event can run 52 weeks a year. Why not look have a quick look at the "future roster" and see on which date you can volunteer. To access this page, click on the "volunteer" tab on the top of this page. If you'd like to take a particular spot, simply email armidalehelpers@parkrun.com

Today's photos

All photos taken at today's event by our volunteer photographer(s) have been uploaded into our Photo Album which is on our Armidale parkrun Facebook page. Anyone can view them, even if they’re not a Facebook user. To view this week's photos, click here then click on the tab 'Albums' then the select the folder with this week's event # and/or date. To view the photos of a previous event(s), simply select the folder with this week's event # and/or date. A selection of photos from each weeks event can also be accessed from www.parkrun.com.au/photos Please note: If you ever want a photo removed from our website and/or Facebook pages, please do not hesitate to ask us and it will be removed as soon as possible. Please send email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com

Statistics for Armidale parkrun

All Armidale parkrun event statistics can be viewed at the bottom of all pages on the Armidale parkrun website. These statistics are updated after each week's event. For the latest statistics, click here.

parkrun news and up-to-date information in Armidale

For the latest news and up-to-date information for Armidale parkrun, 'like' the Armidale parkrun Facebook page and/or go to www.parkrun.com.au/armidale and select 'news' from the menu bar. Previous news items and information are also available on the website. To locate, use the menu bars (search / categories / archives / recent posts) located on the right side of the screen. For all inquiries about Armidale parkrun, please send an email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com Everyone is welcome at Armidale parkrun. We look forward to seeing you.

Like us on Facebook

parkrun news and up-to-date information in Australia

For all the latest parkrun news, weekly statistics and up-to-date information from all 150+ events in Australia, 'like' the "parkrun Australia" Facebook page by clicking on the image.

parkrun Australa Facebook page

parkrun adventurers

If your life is all about parkrun and you love parkrun adventure, you are are "parkrun adventurer" and you will love Australia’s new weekly podcast "parkrun adventurers."

Each week, the podcast features parkrun news, information and adventurers from events across Australia. parkrunners are encourage to 'like' the “parkrun adventurers” Facebook by clicking on the image.

You can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes, the RSS feed in your favourite podcast program, Stitcher, Google Play and/or Soundcloud

parkrun news and up-to-date information internationally

For all the latest parkrun news and up-to-date information from parkrun events internationally, 'like' the "parkrun" Facebook page and/or go to http://www.parkrun.com/news/

What is Armidale parkrun?

Armidale parkrun is a free, weekly timed 5km run or walk, open to everyone in the community of all ages and abilities. It is run entirely by volunteers and is held every Saturday within the grounds of the University of New England at SportUNE, SportUNE Drive, Armidale. To have a look at the Armidale parkrun course, click on the "course" tab on the top of this page. Following a briefing for 'First Timers' at 7:45am and one for all participants at 7:55am, the run commences at 8:00am. parkrun has a strict "no barcode = no results = no exceptions" policy. To register and print-out your barcode for free, go to www.parkrun.com.au/register For all inquiries about Armidale parkrun, please send an email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com Everyone is welcome at Armidale parkrun. We look forward to seeing you.

Come Visit Armidale - you won't be disappointed!

The Armidale region boasts spectacular waterfalls, gorges, world-heritage national parks, cool-climate vineyards and a fascinating and diverse cultural heritage. Canyoning, mountain biking, birdwatching, trout fishing and other outdoor adventures take on an exciting new dimension up high. And you’ll be delighted all over again when you come inside to discover our galleries, museums, fine food and wine. Come and see us soon! For more information about Armidale and region, go to www.armidaletourism.com.au or simply click here.

Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming special events.

Special mention and appreciation to Armidale parkrun Event Supporters

Click on supporter's logo to access their website.

Principle Local Supporter

 

Armidale City Bowling club logo

Supporter

 

UNESportUNE

 

 

...as well as national sponsors  Medibank

 

 

Medibank

Let's celebrate together

Please let us know if there is anything you would like us to include in the weekly Run Report (celebrations, announcements, special shout outs, birthdays etc ). Please send details to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com

Children under the age of 11 years old need to be accompanied at all times at parkrun

Children U11

All children under the age of 11 years old are the responsibility of their parents or guardians and need to be accompanied accompanied by a parent, guardian or other designated adult of the parents' choice at parkrun events

This is policy is non-negotiable designed to ensure the safety and protection of all children under 11 years of age at parkrun events.

For more information, click here.

The Notice Board

"The Notice Board" contains information for Armidale parkrunners and is available for viewing from the "News" page of the Armidale parkrun website. parkrunners are encouraged to access the "News" page on a regular basis to keep up-to-date with Armidale parkrun happenings. Current items of interest available on the page include:

milestone t-shirts

milestone t-shirts: the home straight (07/04/2016)

how to order

parkrunner's passwords

parkrunner's passwords - helps

Acknowledgement of traditional owners and country

Flag

Armidale parkrun acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respect to them and their cultures, and to elders both past and present.

 

 

Run Report # 234 – 30th March 2019

Armidale parkrun
Event number 234
30th March 2019

This week 149 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 8 were first timers and 12 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 12 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 14 volunteers:

Steph BELSON • Paul BILLINGS • Jacqueline N KING • Crystal BRUNYEE • Heather BACKHOUSE • David BACKHOUSE • Lee-Anne MCKINNON • Subba YARRAM • Luke ANDREWS • Ella MCKINNON • Erin WILKINSON • Nathan ANDREWS • Shannon NAUSCHUTZ • Naime SCHIMANSKI

Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Armidale parkrun Results Page.

The male record is held by Scott WESTCOTT who recorded a time of 15:29 on 2nd August 2014 (event number 3).
The female record is held by Steph AUSTON who recorded a time of 18:17 on 16th August 2014 (event number 5).
The Age Grade course record is held by Scott WESTCOTT who recorded 86.87% (15:29) on 2nd August 2014 (event number 3).

Armidale parkrun started on 19th July 2014. Since then 3,427 participants have completed 33,363 parkruns covering a total distance of 166,815 km, including 5,945 new Personal Bests. A total of 638 individuals have volunteered 3,708 times.

 

 

Volunteers are the lifeblood of parkrun and without them, parkrun would not exist. parkrunners are encouraged to volunteer 3 times a year so the event can run 52 weeks a year. Why not look have a quick look at the "future roster" and see on which date you can volunteer. To access this page, click on the "volunteer" tab on the top of this page. If you'd like to take a particular spot, simply email armidalehelpers@parkrun.com

Today's photos

All photos taken at today's event by our volunteer photographer(s) have been uploaded into our Photo Album which is on our Armidale parkrun Facebook page. Anyone can view them, even if they’re not a Facebook user. To view this week's photos, click here then click on the tab 'Albums' then the select the folder with this week's event # and/or date. To view the photos of a previous event(s), simply select the folder with this week's event # and/or date. A selection of photos from each weeks event can also be accessed from www.parkrun.com.au/photos Please note: If you ever want a photo removed from our website and/or Facebook pages, please do not hesitate to ask us and it will be removed as soon as possible. Please send email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com

Statistics for Armidale parkrun

All Armidale parkrun event statistics can be viewed at the bottom of all pages on the Armidale parkrun website. These statistics are updated after each week's event. For the latest statistics, click here.

parkrun news and up-to-date information in Armidale

For the latest news and up-to-date information for Armidale parkrun, 'like' the Armidale parkrun Facebook page and/or go to www.parkrun.com.au/armidale and select 'news' from the menu bar. Previous news items and information are also available on the website. To locate, use the menu bars (search / categories / archives / recent posts) located on the right side of the screen. For all inquiries about Armidale parkrun, please send an email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com Everyone is welcome at Armidale parkrun. We look forward to seeing you.

Like us on Facebook

parkrun news and up-to-date information in Australia

For all the latest parkrun news, weekly statistics and up-to-date information from all 150+ events in Australia, 'like' the "parkrun Australia" Facebook page by clicking on the image.

parkrun Australa Facebook page

parkrun adventurers

If your life is all about parkrun and you love parkrun adventure, you are are "parkrun adventurer" and you will love Australia’s new weekly podcast "parkrun adventurers."

Each week, the podcast features parkrun news, information and adventurers from events across Australia. parkrunners are encourage to 'like' the “parkrun adventurers” Facebook by clicking on the image.

You can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes, the RSS feed in your favourite podcast program, Stitcher, Google Play and/or Soundcloud

parkrun news and up-to-date information internationally

For all the latest parkrun news and up-to-date information from parkrun events internationally, 'like' the "parkrun" Facebook page and/or go to http://www.parkrun.com/news/

What is Armidale parkrun?

Armidale parkrun is a free, weekly timed 5km run or walk, open to everyone in the community of all ages and abilities. It is run entirely by volunteers and is held every Saturday within the grounds of the University of New England at SportUNE, SportUNE Drive, Armidale. To have a look at the Armidale parkrun course, click on the "course" tab on the top of this page. Following a briefing for 'First Timers' at 7:45am and one for all participants at 7:55am, the run commences at 8:00am. parkrun has a strict "no barcode = no results = no exceptions" policy. To register and print-out your barcode for free, go to www.parkrun.com.au/register For all inquiries about Armidale parkrun, please send an email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com Everyone is welcome at Armidale parkrun. We look forward to seeing you.

Come Visit Armidale - you won't be disappointed!

The Armidale region boasts spectacular waterfalls, gorges, world-heritage national parks, cool-climate vineyards and a fascinating and diverse cultural heritage. Canyoning, mountain biking, birdwatching, trout fishing and other outdoor adventures take on an exciting new dimension up high. And you’ll be delighted all over again when you come inside to discover our galleries, museums, fine food and wine. Come and see us soon! For more information about Armidale and region, go to www.armidaletourism.com.au or simply click here.

Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming special events.

Special mention and appreciation to Armidale parkrun Event Supporters

Click on supporter's logo to access their website.

Principle Local Supporter

 

Armidale City Bowling club logo

Supporter

 

UNESportUNE

 

 

...as well as national sponsors  Medibank

 

 

Medibank

Let's celebrate together

Please let us know if there is anything you would like us to include in the weekly Run Report (celebrations, announcements, special shout outs, birthdays etc ). Please send details to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com

Children under the age of 11 years old need to be accompanied at all times at parkrun

Children U11

All children under the age of 11 years old are the responsibility of their parents or guardians and need to be accompanied accompanied by a parent, guardian or other designated adult of the parents' choice at parkrun events

This is policy is non-negotiable designed to ensure the safety and protection of all children under 11 years of age at parkrun events.

For more information, click here.

The Notice Board

"The Notice Board" contains information for Armidale parkrunners and is available for viewing from the "News" page of the Armidale parkrun website. parkrunners are encouraged to access the "News" page on a regular basis to keep up-to-date with Armidale parkrun happenings. Current items of interest available on the page include:

milestone t-shirts

milestone t-shirts: the home straight (07/04/2016)

how to order

parkrunner's passwords

parkrunner's passwords - helps

Acknowledgement of traditional owners and country

Flag

Armidale parkrun acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respect to them and their cultures, and to elders both past and present.

 

 

Run Report # 233 – 23rd March 2019

Armidale parkrun
Event number 233
23rd March 2019

This week 162 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 9 were first timers and 22 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 15 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 15 volunteers:

Paul BILLINGS • Luke STONESTREET • Stephen CHAPMAN • Patrick CHAPMAN • June BILLINGS • Lee-Anne MCKINNON • Margaret WATTS • Fiona WILLIAMS • Mary MCMILLAN • Michael HANSEN • Hamish MCMILLAN • Phil HESS • Maya HESS • April TER HEDDE • Alex IWANUS

Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Armidale parkrun Results Page.

The male record is held by Scott WESTCOTT who recorded a time of 15:29 on 2nd August 2014 (event number 3).
The female record is held by Steph AUSTON who recorded a time of 18:17 on 16th August 2014 (event number 5).
The Age Grade course record is held by Scott WESTCOTT who recorded 86.87% (15:29) on 2nd August 2014 (event number 3).

Armidale parkrun started on 19th July 2014. Since then 3,419 participants have completed 33,214 parkruns covering a total distance of 166,070 km, including 5,933 new Personal Bests. A total of 635 individuals have volunteered 3,694 times.

 

 

Volunteers are the lifeblood of parkrun and without them, parkrun would not exist. parkrunners are encouraged to volunteer 3 times a year so the event can run 52 weeks a year. Why not look have a quick look at the "future roster" and see on which date you can volunteer. To access this page, click on the "volunteer" tab on the top of this page. If you'd like to take a particular spot, simply email armidalehelpers@parkrun.com

Today's photos

All photos taken at today's event by our volunteer photographer(s) have been uploaded into our Photo Album which is on our Armidale parkrun Facebook page. Anyone can view them, even if they’re not a Facebook user. To view this week's photos, click here then click on the tab 'Albums' then the select the folder with this week's event # and/or date. To view the photos of a previous event(s), simply select the folder with this week's event # and/or date. A selection of photos from each weeks event can also be accessed from www.parkrun.com.au/photos Please note: If you ever want a photo removed from our website and/or Facebook pages, please do not hesitate to ask us and it will be removed as soon as possible. Please send email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com

Statistics for Armidale parkrun

All Armidale parkrun event statistics can be viewed at the bottom of all pages on the Armidale parkrun website. These statistics are updated after each week's event. For the latest statistics, click here.

parkrun news and up-to-date information in Armidale

For the latest news and up-to-date information for Armidale parkrun, 'like' the Armidale parkrun Facebook page and/or go to www.parkrun.com.au/armidale and select 'news' from the menu bar. Previous news items and information are also available on the website. To locate, use the menu bars (search / categories / archives / recent posts) located on the right side of the screen. For all inquiries about Armidale parkrun, please send an email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com Everyone is welcome at Armidale parkrun. We look forward to seeing you.

Like us on Facebook

parkrun news and up-to-date information in Australia

For all the latest parkrun news, weekly statistics and up-to-date information from all 150+ events in Australia, 'like' the "parkrun Australia" Facebook page by clicking on the image.

parkrun Australa Facebook page

parkrun adventurers

If your life is all about parkrun and you love parkrun adventure, you are are "parkrun adventurer" and you will love Australia’s new weekly podcast "parkrun adventurers."

Each week, the podcast features parkrun news, information and adventurers from events across Australia. parkrunners are encourage to 'like' the “parkrun adventurers” Facebook by clicking on the image.

You can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes, the RSS feed in your favourite podcast program, Stitcher, Google Play and/or Soundcloud

parkrun news and up-to-date information internationally

For all the latest parkrun news and up-to-date information from parkrun events internationally, 'like' the "parkrun" Facebook page and/or go to http://www.parkrun.com/news/

What is Armidale parkrun?

Armidale parkrun is a free, weekly timed 5km run or walk, open to everyone in the community of all ages and abilities. It is run entirely by volunteers and is held every Saturday within the grounds of the University of New England at SportUNE, SportUNE Drive, Armidale. To have a look at the Armidale parkrun course, click on the "course" tab on the top of this page. Following a briefing for 'First Timers' at 7:45am and one for all participants at 7:55am, the run commences at 8:00am. parkrun has a strict "no barcode = no results = no exceptions" policy. To register and print-out your barcode for free, go to www.parkrun.com.au/register For all inquiries about Armidale parkrun, please send an email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com Everyone is welcome at Armidale parkrun. We look forward to seeing you.

Come Visit Armidale - you won't be disappointed!

The Armidale region boasts spectacular waterfalls, gorges, world-heritage national parks, cool-climate vineyards and a fascinating and diverse cultural heritage. Canyoning, mountain biking, birdwatching, trout fishing and other outdoor adventures take on an exciting new dimension up high. And you’ll be delighted all over again when you come inside to discover our galleries, museums, fine food and wine. Come and see us soon! For more information about Armidale and region, go to www.armidaletourism.com.au or simply click here.

Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming special events.

Special mention and appreciation to Armidale parkrun Event Supporters

Click on supporter's logo to access their website.

Principle Local Supporter

 

Armidale City Bowling club logo

Supporter

 

UNESportUNE

 

 

...as well as national sponsors  Medibank

 

 

Medibank

Let's celebrate together

Please let us know if there is anything you would like us to include in the weekly Run Report (celebrations, announcements, special shout outs, birthdays etc ). Please send details to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com

Children under the age of 11 years old need to be accompanied at all times at parkrun

Children U11

All children under the age of 11 years old are the responsibility of their parents or guardians and need to be accompanied accompanied by a parent, guardian or other designated adult of the parents' choice at parkrun events

This is policy is non-negotiable designed to ensure the safety and protection of all children under 11 years of age at parkrun events.

For more information, click here.

The Notice Board

"The Notice Board" contains information for Armidale parkrunners and is available for viewing from the "News" page of the Armidale parkrun website. parkrunners are encouraged to access the "News" page on a regular basis to keep up-to-date with Armidale parkrun happenings. Current items of interest available on the page include:

milestone t-shirts

milestone t-shirts: the home straight (07/04/2016)

how to order

parkrunner's passwords

parkrunner's passwords - helps

Acknowledgement of traditional owners and country

Flag

Armidale parkrun acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respect to them and their cultures, and to elders both past and present.

 

 

parkrun # 232 – 9th March 2019

Armidale parkrun

Event number 232

9th March 2019

This week 169 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 8 were first timers and 38 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 10 different clubs took part.
The event was made possible by 14 volunteers:

Daniel GOOCH • Paul BILLINGS • Tim DYALL • Lee-Anne MCKINNON • Jim SCOTT • Michael HANSEN • Raelene DYALL • Michelle GUPPY • Chris GUPPY • Elizabeth COTTERELL • Maxwell GUPPY • Samuel GUPPY • Gregory COTTERELL • Jenny PLATTS
Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Armidale parkrun Results Page.
The male record is held by Scott WESTCOTT who recorded a time of 15:29 on 2nd August 2014 (event number 3).
The female record is held by Steph AUSTON who recorded a time of 18:17 on 16th August 2014 (event number 5).
The Age Grade course record is held by Scott WESTCOTT who recorded 86.87% (15:29) on 2nd August 2014 (event number 3).
Armidale parkrun started on 19th July 2014. Since then 3,410 participants have completed 33,052 parkruns covering a total distance of 165,260 km, including 5,911 new Personal Bests. A total of 634 individuals have volunteered 3,679 times.

 

 

Volunteers are the lifeblood of parkrun and without them, parkrun would not exist. parkrunners are encouraged to volunteer 3 times a year so the event can run 52 weeks a year. Why not look have a quick look at the "future roster" and see on which date you can volunteer. To access this page, click on the "volunteer" tab on the top of this page. If you'd like to take a particular spot, simply email armidalehelpers@parkrun.com

Today's photos

All photos taken at today's event by our volunteer photographer(s) have been uploaded into our Photo Album which is on our Armidale parkrun Facebook page. Anyone can view them, even if they’re not a Facebook user. To view this week's photos, click here then click on the tab 'Albums' then the select the folder with this week's event # and/or date. To view the photos of a previous event(s), simply select the folder with this week's event # and/or date. A selection of photos from each weeks event can also be accessed from www.parkrun.com.au/photos Please note: If you ever want a photo removed from our website and/or Facebook pages, please do not hesitate to ask us and it will be removed as soon as possible. Please send email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com

Statistics for Armidale parkrun

All Armidale parkrun event statistics can be viewed at the bottom of all pages on the Armidale parkrun website. These statistics are updated after each week's event. For the latest statistics, click here.

parkrun news and up-to-date information in Armidale

For the latest news and up-to-date information for Armidale parkrun, 'like' the Armidale parkrun Facebook page and/or go to www.parkrun.com.au/armidale and select 'news' from the menu bar. Previous news items and information are also available on the website. To locate, use the menu bars (search / categories / archives / recent posts) located on the right side of the screen. For all inquiries about Armidale parkrun, please send an email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com Everyone is welcome at Armidale parkrun. We look forward to seeing you.

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What is Armidale parkrun?

Armidale parkrun is a free, weekly timed 5km run or walk, open to everyone in the community of all ages and abilities. It is run entirely by volunteers and is held every Saturday within the grounds of the University of New England at SportUNE, SportUNE Drive, Armidale. To have a look at the Armidale parkrun course, click on the "course" tab on the top of this page. Following a briefing for 'First Timers' at 7:45am and one for all participants at 7:55am, the run commences at 8:00am. parkrun has a strict "no barcode = no results = no exceptions" policy. To register and print-out your barcode for free, go to www.parkrun.com.au/register For all inquiries about Armidale parkrun, please send an email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com Everyone is welcome at Armidale parkrun. We look forward to seeing you.

Come Visit Armidale - you won't be disappointed!

The Armidale region boasts spectacular waterfalls, gorges, world-heritage national parks, cool-climate vineyards and a fascinating and diverse cultural heritage. Canyoning, mountain biking, birdwatching, trout fishing and other outdoor adventures take on an exciting new dimension up high. And you’ll be delighted all over again when you come inside to discover our galleries, museums, fine food and wine. Come and see us soon! For more information about Armidale and region, go to www.armidaletourism.com.au or simply click here.

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Special mention and appreciation to Armidale parkrun Event Supporters

Click on supporter's logo to access their website.

Principle Local Supporter

 

Armidale City Bowling club logo

Supporter

 

UNESportUNE

 

 

...as well as national sponsors  Medibank

 

 

Medibank

Let's celebrate together

Please let us know if there is anything you would like us to include in the weekly Run Report (celebrations, announcements, special shout outs, birthdays etc ). Please send details to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com

Children under the age of 11 years old need to be accompanied at all times at parkrun

Children U11

All children under the age of 11 years old are the responsibility of their parents or guardians and need to be accompanied accompanied by a parent, guardian or other designated adult of the parents' choice at parkrun events

This is policy is non-negotiable designed to ensure the safety and protection of all children under 11 years of age at parkrun events.

For more information, click here.

The Notice Board

"The Notice Board" contains information for Armidale parkrunners and is available for viewing from the "News" page of the Armidale parkrun website. parkrunners are encouraged to access the "News" page on a regular basis to keep up-to-date with Armidale parkrun happenings. Current items of interest available on the page include:

milestone t-shirts

milestone t-shirts: the home straight (07/04/2016)

how to order

parkrunner's passwords

parkrunner's passwords - helps

Acknowledgement of traditional owners and country

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Armidale parkrun acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respect to them and their cultures, and to elders both past and present.

 

 

Run Report # 231- 2nd March 2019


Armidale parkrun
Event number 231
2nd March 2019

This week 185 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 10 were first timers and 37 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 10 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 17 volunteers:

Daniel GOOCH • Sue GREGORY • Brent GREGORY • Paul BILLINGS • Carly SAWYER • Boahdan GREGORY • Tim DYALL • Lee-Anne MCKINNON • Bruin HUTCHINGS • Ellie-Mae MCDONALD • Jim SCOTT • Anna LEONI • Hugh CORDINGLEY • Iliane BEUKE • Ben VINCENT • Hannah MCRAE • Deirdre LONG

Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Armidale parkrun Results Page.

The male record is held by Scott WESTCOTT who recorded a time of 15:29 on 2nd August 2014 (event number 3).
The female record is held by Steph AUSTON who recorded a time of 18:17 on 16th August 2014 (event number 5).
The Age Grade course record is held by Scott WESTCOTT who recorded 86.87% (15:29) on 2nd August 2014 (event number 3).

Armidale parkrun started on 19th July 2014. Since then 3,402 participants have completed 32,883 parkruns covering a total distance of 164,415 km, including 5,873 new Personal Bests. A total of 629 individuals have volunteered 3,665 times.

 

 

 

Volunteers are the lifeblood of parkrun and without them, parkrun would not exist. parkrunners are encouraged to volunteer 3 times a year so the event can run 52 weeks a year. Why not look have a quick look at the "future roster" and see on which date you can volunteer. To access this page, click on the "volunteer" tab on the top of this page. If you'd like to take a particular spot, simply email armidalehelpers@parkrun.com

Today's photos

All photos taken at today's event by our volunteer photographer(s) have been uploaded into our Photo Album which is on our Armidale parkrun Facebook page. Anyone can view them, even if they’re not a Facebook user. To view this week's photos, click here then click on the tab 'Albums' then the select the folder with this week's event # and/or date. To view the photos of a previous event(s), simply select the folder with this week's event # and/or date. A selection of photos from each weeks event can also be accessed from www.parkrun.com.au/photos Please note: If you ever want a photo removed from our website and/or Facebook pages, please do not hesitate to ask us and it will be removed as soon as possible. Please send email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com

Statistics for Armidale parkrun

All Armidale parkrun event statistics can be viewed at the bottom of all pages on the Armidale parkrun website. These statistics are updated after each week's event. For the latest statistics, click here.

parkrun news and up-to-date information in Armidale

For the latest news and up-to-date information for Armidale parkrun, 'like' the Armidale parkrun Facebook page and/or go to www.parkrun.com.au/armidale and select 'news' from the menu bar. Previous news items and information are also available on the website. To locate, use the menu bars (search / categories / archives / recent posts) located on the right side of the screen. For all inquiries about Armidale parkrun, please send an email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com Everyone is welcome at Armidale parkrun. We look forward to seeing you.

Like us on Facebook

parkrun news and up-to-date information in Australia

For all the latest parkrun news, weekly statistics and up-to-date information from all 150+ events in Australia, 'like' the "parkrun Australia" Facebook page by clicking on the image.

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parkrun adventurers

If your life is all about parkrun and you love parkrun adventure, you are are "parkrun adventurer" and you will love Australia’s new weekly podcast "parkrun adventurers."

Each week, the podcast features parkrun news, information and adventurers from events across Australia. parkrunners are encourage to 'like' the “parkrun adventurers” Facebook by clicking on the image.

You can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes, the RSS feed in your favourite podcast program, Stitcher, Google Play and/or Soundcloud

parkrun news and up-to-date information internationally

For all the latest parkrun news and up-to-date information from parkrun events internationally, 'like' the "parkrun" Facebook page and/or go to http://www.parkrun.com/news/

What is Armidale parkrun?

Armidale parkrun is a free, weekly timed 5km run or walk, open to everyone in the community of all ages and abilities. It is run entirely by volunteers and is held every Saturday within the grounds of the University of New England at SportUNE, SportUNE Drive, Armidale. To have a look at the Armidale parkrun course, click on the "course" tab on the top of this page. Following a briefing for 'First Timers' at 7:45am and one for all participants at 7:55am, the run commences at 8:00am. parkrun has a strict "no barcode = no results = no exceptions" policy. To register and print-out your barcode for free, go to www.parkrun.com.au/register For all inquiries about Armidale parkrun, please send an email to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com Everyone is welcome at Armidale parkrun. We look forward to seeing you.

Come Visit Armidale - you won't be disappointed!

The Armidale region boasts spectacular waterfalls, gorges, world-heritage national parks, cool-climate vineyards and a fascinating and diverse cultural heritage. Canyoning, mountain biking, birdwatching, trout fishing and other outdoor adventures take on an exciting new dimension up high. And you’ll be delighted all over again when you come inside to discover our galleries, museums, fine food and wine. Come and see us soon! For more information about Armidale and region, go to www.armidaletourism.com.au or simply click here.

Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming special events.

 

Special mention and appreciation to Armidale parkrun Event Supporters

Click on supporter's logo to access their website.

 

Principle Local Supporter

 

Armidale City Bowling club logo

 

Supporter

 

UNESportUNE

 

 

...as well as national sponsors  Medibank

 

 

Medibank

Let's celebrate together

Please let us know if there is anything you would like us to include in the weekly Run Report (celebrations, announcements, special shout outs, birthdays etc ). Please send details to armidaleoffice@parkrun.com

Children under the age of 11 years old need to be accompanied at all times at parkrun

Children U11

All children under the age of 11 years old are the responsibility of their parents or guardians and need to be accompanied accompanied by a parent, guardian or other designated adult of the parents' choice at parkrun events

This is policy is non-negotiable designed to ensure the safety and protection of all children under 11 years of age at parkrun events.

For more information, click here.

The Notice Board

"The Notice Board" contains information for Armidale parkrunners and is available for viewing from the "News" page of the Armidale parkrun website. parkrunners are encouraged to access the "News" page on a regular basis to keep up-to-date with Armidale parkrun happenings. Current items of interest available on the page include:

milestone t-shirts

milestone t-shirts: the home straight (07/04/2016)

how to order

parkrunner's passwords

parkrunner's passwords - helps

Acknowledgement of traditional owners and country

Flag

Armidale parkrun acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respect to them and their cultures, and to elders both past and present.


 


 

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