84 people attended Tuesdays 3k Time Trial and I would like to thank Theresa/Gary/Errol/Deborah/Mike and David for making sure it was a safe event.
You will find photos/results and report from
Tuesdays 3k here.
Tomorrow mornings session will consist of an
enjoyable 50min run, finishing off with our NO WATCH 1K. Please remember to
bring a gold coin for Camp
Quality. PCRG has so far raised $2006 for
Camp Quality. Details here.
Anna Bligh is inviting you to join her on Sunday
morning at a community rally to raise public
awareness and demonstrate public determination to
use our public pathways.
Here is an important message from our Acting Premier:
Hi fellow PCRGers, as runners we all use the wonderful network of pathways in and around Brisbane city on an almost daily basis – and if you’re like me you’re out there because you feel safe. No doubt you are aware by now that a series of attacks have occurred on women walkers and runners on Brisbane’s northside over the past year – these attacks are not only terrible for the women who have experienced them – they threaten a lifestyle that we have all taken for granted for a long time. Police believe that public support will make a real difference to their investigations. The Courier-Mail has today announced a community rally to be held this Sunday to raise public awareness and demonstrate public determination to use our public pathways. I will be attending but I thought other PCRG members might be interested in coming along as a group in our (very stylish!!) PCRG gear maybe after or as part of your Sunday run – I understand that Sunday is an important rest/family/friends/day and that many people will already have plans, but even a small group may help to highlight that there are running groups available for people who don’t have running buddies and clearly indicate strong support for safe public pathways.
Obviously in my position, I have public
responsibilities in relation to this issue – however, I’m
writing to you today as a runner who feels very
angry that other runners are being attacked while
they are exercising and vulnerable. Of course we
should all take commonsense precautions when we
venture out in the morning or evening, but our paths
and bikeways should be safe and welcoming places.
If you are interested in coming along please let Pat
know by email (thankyou Pat for your support for this
and for being a letterbox!) or talk to me at group on
Thursday morning (this means of course that I will
have to come on Thursday!!!) Thanks for reading
this – let me know your thoughts.
Anna will be joining me in the morning and I hope to see YOU @ the Ship Inn at 5.40am also.
P.S. The BRG'S 3K Challenge is on Feb 16 (it's a Friday night) @ 6pm. I would greatly appreciate a strong showing from PCRG members. Details here.
So, who do you think won the PCRG Group Member of the Month award for January?
You can purchase online via c/c or eft.
Alternatively - see Susan @ training for a better deal!
The 2007 Brisbane Running Groups 3k challenge will be held @ 6pm on Friday February 16.
All running groups will meet at The Ship Inn (South Bank) and the 3k challenge will take place in the Botanical Gardens. Presentations and drinks etc will be held @ The Ship Inn.
You can purchase your Adidas Sunglasses from INTRAINING.
Thank you Adidas Sunglasses for being a PCRG sponsor.
Make sure you visit INTRAINING @ Park Rd Milton for all your running needs.
Thank you INTRAINING for being a PCRG sponsor.
Brisbane's own ''Majer recruitment'' was recently voted Australia’s favourite Generalist Small to Medium sized recruiter.
Majer competed against the nation’s top firms in the Seek Annual Recruitment Awards.
Thank you Majer Recruitment for being a PCRG sponsor.
The latest R4YL issue is out now!
Thank you R4YL for being a PCRG sponsor.
Thank you to pb sports nutriton for your ongoing support in providing product which is used at the group sessions.
Thank you ''The Ship Inn'' for being a PCRG sponsor.
Intraining stock a full range of Mizuno shoes and apparel.
Thank you MIZUNO for being a PCRG sponsor.
Karla works from her home @ Morningside and is also willing to travel to you.
Thank you Karla for being a PCRG sponsor.
Jodie works from her home @ Morninside and is also willing to travel to you.
Thank you Jodie for being a PCRG sponsor.
Thank you Auscript for being a PCRG sponsor.
Thank you KPMG for being a PCRG sponsor.
Thank you Viridian Noosa Half Marathon for being a PCRG sponsor.
Thank you Sunshine Dry Cleaners for being a PCRG
If you fail to follow a sensible diet your body will not gain full benefit from all of those enjoyable and challenging runs and you won't recover as well as you possibly could.
Kerith Duncanson is an accredited dietician as well as a former International class runner. An online dietary assessment by Kerith may assist you to achieve your goal.
Kerith offers 20% off her advertised fees to any runners involved with me through online coaching or any runner who is a regular member of PCRG.
The Canberra Marathon is a first class event. Possibly you could make the Canberra Marathon your first major goal in 2007!