Pacers – April 2

Pacers will be returning to Maribyrnong parkrun this Saturday - April 2.

As always, each pacer will aim to run an even pace and finish as closely as possible to a target time (ideally a few seconds under the target time).

April is an even-numbered month, so the target times will be the even numbers - 20 mins, 22 mins, 24 mins, 26 mins, 28 mins and 30 mins.

To be a pacer:

  1. You should select a target time that's comfortably within your ability
  2. Unless you're an experienced pacer, you should use a GPS watch (Garmin, TomTom, Nike, Suunto, etc.) or a smartphone with a running app (Strava, Runkeeper, etc.) - something that can accurately tell you your pace while you're running (ideally you want average pace / lap pace, not just current pace)

If you're able to help out and be a pacer for the day, please email maribyrnonghelpers@parkrun.com.

Pacers

 

Have you lost your car key remote?

A car key remote was left behind today in one of the parkrun boxes - if it's yours, please email maribyrnongoffice@parkrun.com to claim it.

 

Pacers – February 6

Pacers will be returning to Maribyrnong parkrun this Saturday - February 6.

As always, each pacer will aim to run an even pace and finish as closely as possible to a target time (ideally a few seconds under the target time).

February's an even-numbered month, so the target times will be the even numbers - 20 mins, 22 mins, 24 mins, 26 mins, 28 mins and 30 mins.

To be a pacer:

  1. You should select a target time that's comfortably within your ability
  2. Unless you're an experienced pacer, you should use a GPS watch (Garmin, TomTom, Nike, Suunto, etc.) or a smartphone with a running app (Strava, Runkeeper, etc.) - something that can accurately tell you your pace while you're running (ideally you want average pace / lap pace, not just current pace)

If you're able to help out and be a pacer for the day, please email maribyrnonghelpers@parkrun.com.

Pacers

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