Christmas Day 2020 and New Years’ Day 2021 parkruns

There are only two days of the year when parkruns are able to be held on days that are not Saturdays, but New Farm parkrun won’t be holding special parkruns on Christmas Day (Friday 25 December 2020) or New Year’s Day (Friday 1 January 2021) this holiday season.

Why not consider becoming a tourist at another parkrun location to get some exercise credit in before your Christmas feasting or to shake away the cobwebs after the New Year's party?

Check out the full list of special parkrun events for Christmas Day and New Year’s Day at www.parkrun.com.au/christmas-compendium/. Keep an eye on this list for any changes and updates until at least 18 December.

Come dressed in your favourite Christmas outfit for our Christmas celebrations at parkrun on Saturday 19 December.

 

Register for COVID-19 contact tracing using our QR code every Saturday

Each parkrun event in Queensland is required to display a QR Code for contact tracing purposes and we are politely requesting everyone who attends our event to please consider using it. More info in our AU blog.

You can register for contact tracing this by:

  • scanning the QR code at the event and entering your details - there will be posters up around the start and finish areas
  • scanning the QR code below OR
  • registering directly at parkrun.com/trace/HCM

QR code tracing - New Farm parkrun

Note this QR code and URL are specific to New Farm parkrun.
Visit the other events' web pages or their facebook pages to access their QR codes.

Data collected will be used only for the purposes of COVID-19 contact tracing in the event that it is requested by the local authorities. Data will be deleted after a period of 60 days.

The data controller is parkrun Global Pty Ltd
parkrun.com/privacy

 

parkrun COVID-19 contact tracing

We ask all participants, volunteers and spectators to register their details by scanning this QR code before or after each parkrun event.

parkrun.com/trace/HCMparkrun contact tracing QR Code

 

Run Report #430 — 14 March 2020

Coronavirus updates

Please keep an eye on the parkrun global website for the latest news on parkrun and co-vid 19.

Wow another fantastic turn out today, 413 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 43 were first timers and 72 recorded new personal bests. Representatives of 22 different clubs took part.

Congratulations to today’s milestone parkrunners: Jack Collins (50), Amanda Attard (50), Rochelle S, Alicia McD, Nichola P and Martha B (all junior 10).

Our photos can be viewed in our facebook album.

Volunteers

Thank you to today’s 26 volunteers: Maria Oliveri • Jason Oliveri • Cassandra Franks • Hap Happy • Kelly Millar • Trent Lockhart • Matt Jebb • Chris Rossel • Grainia Schmelzer • Barbara Absolon • Nikki Mortimer • Michelle Clewley • Curtis Lockhart • Michael Neill • Hamish Millar • Zoe Brooks • Louise Millar • Tony Fitzwater • Alisa McKenzie • Haruyasu Fujiwara • Takayasu Fujiwara • Vance Hetariki and Mike Delisser.

Our aim is to have the roster for each week filled before we leave the park on the previous Saturday. Thanks to everyone who’s volunteered so far for next week – there’s still a few vacancies to be filled.

Get organised and put your name down well ahead of time to guarantee your favourite role.

To volunteer, email us with your name and athlete ID, preferred date and task. Groups of friends, first-time volunteers and juniors are always welcome!

Juniors

Well done to the juniors who reached their junior 10 milestone today: Rochelle S, Alicia McD, Nichola P and Martha B (with a new PB), and those who scored a new PB: Brooke J, Ines G, Lana L, Reilly B, Angus D, Rafael G, Samuel S and Cooper S (4th week in a row).

Welcome to our junior first timers: Lucy S, Ella K, Max M and Jacob L. We hope to see you again soon.

Parents, please remember our Under 11 rulewhich states all children aged 10 and under must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times while parkrunning.

Also a reminder that scooters and bicycles are not permitted at parkrun, due to the safety risks to both children and parkrunners.

All abilities

Runners, walkers and volunteers of all abilities are welcome at parkrun.

Achilles Brisbane - athletes & guides connect facebook group.

parkrun in Australia for the Deaf and hard of hearing facebook group.

Mid-week (unofficial) social runs

Please check the facebook page for cancellations due to co-vid 19

If you’re keen to fit an extra social run or two into your weekly schedule, check out the unofficial New Farm outta-the-park runners facebook page.

A few parkrun regulars gather on Wednesday evenings and Sunday mornings for social runs, and the details are posted there. PM the group for more details.

Defibrillator

Please take some time to watch this video, as we’d like everyone to know where our defibrillator is kept and the basics of its use.

If you’d like more detailed information, check out this longer video or read the full users’ manual. You should also remind yourself of CPR.

The defib is stored in the plastic gear box between parkruns, and moved to the finish line for easy access once the run has started each week. It will stay there until the tail walker crosses the line.

Coming up

Please check the websites for cancellations due to co-vid 19
21-22 March 
— Raw Challenge, Numinbah Valley
Sunday 22 March
 — MapRun Parks series, Banks Street Reserve, Ashgrove
Sunday 22 March 
— Kingscliff Triathlon
Sunday 22 March — Cupid’s Undie Run, Kangaroo Point
Sunday 29 March
 — MapRun Parks series, Meadowlands (Minnippi)
Sunday 29 March
 — Great South Run, half marathon, 15km, 10km, 5km and 1km run/walk events
Sunday 29 March 
— Up the Buff Trail Race, 16km and 25km events, Currumbin Valley
Sunday 5 April
 — MapRun Parks series, ANZAC Park, Toowong
Sunday 5 April
 — Pinnacles Classic, Brookfield, 18km trail run
Sunday 12 April 
— Wild Horse Criterium, Glasshouse Mountains
Saturday 14 April — our first Pacer Day for 2020 at New Farm parkrun. Be a pacer or request a time to be paced
Sunday 19 April — QUT Classic, 1km, 5km and 10km events
Sunday 26 April
 — Gold Coast Running Festival, Cbus Super Stadium, 1km, 2.5km, 5km, 10km, 21km

This week’s stats

This week 413 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 43 were first timers and 72 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 22 different clubs took part.

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

The female record is held by Clare GERAGHTY who recorded a time of 17:13 on 17th March 2012 (event number 27).
The male record is held by Brendan PRESS who recorded a time of 15:09 on 10th November 2018 (event number 360).
The Age Grade course record is held by Bernie PORTENSKI who recorded 97.51% (20:47) on 19th April 2014 (event number 136).

New Farm parkrun started on 17th September 2011. Since then 18,798 participants have completed 131,378 parkruns covering a total distance of 656,890 km, including 19,949 new Personal Bests. A total of 1,485 individuals have volunteered 6,897 times.

 

Run Report #429 — 7 March 2020

Thanks for joining us this morning for our special International Women’s Day edition of New Farm parkrun.

At our 429th event, we had 14 first-time parkrunners and 32 new PBs in our crowd of 528 parkrunners and 26 volunteers.

Congratulations to today’s milestone parkrunners: Craig Curtis (100), Zoe Flottmann (50), Matt Keays (50) and Hiroaki Yoshiyama (50).

Our photos can be viewed in our facebook album.

Volunteers

Thank you to today’s 26 volunteers: Maria Oliveri • Jason Oliveri • Henry Coates • Vance Hetariki • Nicole Matthews • Jenny Downie • Jack Coates • Graham Brown • Deirdre Brown • Alan Kepper • Paul Maker • Sebastian Brameld • Lisa Downie • Melanie Kepper • Jack Rayner • Nikki Mortimer • Isaac Buckley • Michael Crompton • Lucy Sanderson • Michael Kowalski • Tony Fitzwater • Elise Watkins • Tania Nitschke • Zara Nitschke • Wendy Crompton and Rhondda Wetton.

Our aim is to have the roster for each week filled before we leave the park on the previous Saturday. Thanks to everyone who’s volunteered so far for next week – there’s still a few vacancies to be filled.

Get organised and put your name down well ahead of time to guarantee your favourite role.

To volunteer, email us with your name and athlete ID, preferred date and task. Groups of friends, first-time volunteers and juniors are always welcome!

Juniors

Well done to the juniors who scored a new PB today: Sinead M, Kihan Z-C and Cooper S (3rd week in a row).

Welcome to our junior first timers: Alexis A, Ashleigh P, Eliza P, Jasmine N, Hendrix A and Matt F. We hope to see you again soon.

Parents, please remember our Under 11 rule which states all children aged 10 and under must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times while parkrunning.

Also a reminder that scooters and bicycles are not permitted at parkrun, due to the safety risks to both children and parkrunners.

All abilities

Runners, walkers and volunteers of all abilities are welcome at parkrun.

Achilles Brisbane - athletes & guides connect facebook group.

parkrun in Australia for the Deaf and hard of hearing facebook group.

Mid-week (unofficial) social runs

If you’re keen to fit an extra social run or two into your weekly schedule, check out the unofficial New Farm outta-the-park runners facebook page.

A few parkrun regulars gather on Wednesday evenings and Sunday mornings for social runs, and the details are posted there. PM the group for more details.

Defibrillator

Please take some time to watch this video, as we’d like everyone to know where our defibrillator is kept and the basics of its use.

If you’d like more detailed information, check out this longer video or read the full users’ manual. You should also remind yourself of CPR.

The defib is stored in the plastic gear box between parkruns, and moved to the finish line for easy access once the run has started each week. It will stay there until the tail walker crosses the line.

Coming up

Sunday 15 March — MapRun Parks series, Moore Park, Indooroopilly
Sunday 15 March — SEQ Trail Series, Daisy Hill, 14.3km, 20km
21-22 March 
— Raw Challenge, Numinbah Valley
Sunday 22 March
 — MapRun Parks series, Banks Street Reserve, Ashgrove
Sunday 22 March 
— Kingscliff Triathlon
Sunday 22 March — Cupid’s Undie Run, Kangaroo Point
Sunday 29 March
 — MapRun Parks series, Meadowlands (Minnippi)
Sunday 29 March
 — Great South Run, half marathon, 15km, 10km, 5km and 1km run/walk events
Sunday 29 March 
— Up the Buff Trail Race, 16km and 25km events, Currumbin Valley
Sunday 5 April
 — MapRun Parks series, ANZAC Park, Toowong
Sunday 5 April
 — Pinnacles Classic, Brookfield, 18km trail run
Sunday 12 April 
— Wild Horse Criterium, Glasshouse Mountains
Saturday 14 April — our first Pacer Day for 2020 at New Farm parkrun. Be a pacer or request a time to be paced
Sunday 19 April — QUT Classic, 1km, 5km and 10km events
Sunday 26 April
 — Gold Coast Running Festival, Cbus Super Stadium, 1km, 2.5km, 5km, 10km, 21km

This week’s stats

This week 528 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 65 were first timers and 32 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 24 different clubs took part.

The event was made possible by 26 volunteers:

Wendy CROMPTON • Rhondda WETTON • Maria OLIVERI • Jason OLIVERI • Henry COATES • Vance HETARIKI • Nicole MATTHEWS • Jenny DOWNIE • Jack COATES • Graham BROWN • Deirdre BROWN • Alan KEPPER • Paul MAKER • Sebastian BRAMELD • Lisa DOWNIE • Melanie KEPPER • Jack RAYNER • Nikki MORTIMER • Isaac BUCKLEY • Michael CROMPTON • Lucy SANDERSON • Michael KOWALSKI • Tony FITZWATER • Elise WATKINS • Tania NITSCHKE • Zara NITSCHKE

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

The female record is held by Clare GERAGHTY who recorded a time of 17:13 on 17th March 2012 (event number 27).
The male record is held by Brendan PRESS who recorded a time of 15:09 on 10th November 2018 (event number 360).
The Age Grade course record is held by Bernie PORTENSKI who recorded 97.51% (20:47) on 19th April 2014 (event number 136).

New Farm parkrun started on 17th September 2011. Since then 18,755 participants have completed 130,965 parkruns covering a total distance of 654,825 km, including 19,877 new Personal Bests. A total of 1,475 individuals have volunteered 6,874 times.

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