parkrun is a weekly event open to everyone for free, this can be done at any pace and many people walk parkrun. So, there are no excuses not to take part in 12in12 as this is the most accessible timed weekly event set over a 5k course.

Follow the link and click on events, then search your region for your closest event or an event further afield to become a parkrun tourist. Register online and print out your barcode – don’t forget to take the barcode with you to parkrun – at the finish line you will be given a finishers token. (DO NOT TAKE THESE HOME, HAND THEM IN) this will be scanned, then your barcode to give you your position and time at the event. Once you register you can also add yourself to the 12in12 community on parkrun in the section that says running clubs on your profile, we can then keep up to date with everyone and see their progress.

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Some great websites to look for events of all various distances...

Lots of the running magazines list events too and if you want advice or help go to the Facebook page and ask a question.

Want to record each time you take to the streets during your training?

Follow the link to sign up to Strava – you can use the app on your phone or link your device such as FitbitTomTomGarmin or whatever device you choose.
12in12 is set up in clubs – you will have to request to join and will need to be signed up to 12in12 to join the 12in12 community on Strava.

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The Babble Out

For helpful hints and tips follow The Babble Out blog created by Zoey Miller.
In it Zoey aims to:
Provide solutions to everyday running, family, parenthood and health problems
Support their statments and solutions with scientific arguments
Give you realistic expectations
Address ordinary parents and running fans who are short of time

Here The Babble Out reviews 5 of the best running apps including Strava

Where will the 12in12’ers be in 2018?

TNT -Temple Newsam 10

January 14, 2018

St Theresa’s Athletic Club invites you to run a race that promises to be a spectacular event for the running community of West Yorkshire: the STAC TNT (Temple Newsam Ten Mile).

Staged in the beautiful grounds of the Temple Newsam Estate, discover 500 years of history with the magnificent country mansion set within 1500 acres of beautiful parkland. The course is mainly bridle and country paths (it could be muddy) covering areas of the estate that you wouldn’t normally see. There are stunning views of the 17th Century House and gardens designed and re-landscaped by Capability Brown. The course also takes in the nearby nature reserve, lakes and canals that form part of the Woodlesford navigation.

PECO - Roundhay Park

January 7, 2018

Chevin Chase

December 26, 2017

The infamous Boxing Day race hosted by Airecentre Pacers held from Guiseley over Otley Chevin and back. Approximately 7 miles. Good luck to everyone running and to the marshals. Hope you’re not too full after your Christmas dinners! For the last 9 years we have either run or marshalled this race, sad to miss it this year but we will be thinking about you all.

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