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Longest Run Perth

June 19 @ 7:55 am - 10:00 am

It is usually run close to the Winter Solstice on one of the shortest days of the year.
Longest Run Perth allows runners to run up to 7 parkrun courses in the Perth Metro area.
There is absolutely NO requirement to run / walk all 7 run – you can do any number you like.
***All runs will be freedom runs, run on parkrun courses. No official results will be sent and completed runs will not go towards your parkrun tally.***
These are the freedom runs planned so far.
Canning River
Bibra Lake
South Beach Recreation Reserve
Lake Claremont
Perry Lakes
Each event will run as follows:
– There will be no set up in terms of course marking.
– Before running each run, a volunteer will explain the course to anyone who isn’t familiar with it.
– All runners will SELF TIME. Your times will not be recorded by volunteers. 45 minutes has been allowed for each parkrun to ensure we have enough time to get through all 7 courses and that we’re not running in the dark. There is a 10 minute buffer to allow getting to and from the car and any equipment changes/coffee stops you may need.
– It would be great if runners could wait/cheer on the last runners before travelling to the next location
Travel times include a small buffer to allow everyone to make it to each run on time. We will try and stick to the schedule as best as we can.
*** Recommended equipment for the day ***
1. GPS/stopwatch to record your own times
2. 1-2 pairs of running shoes
3. 1-7 pairs of socks and underwear
4. 1-3 sets of running clothes
5. Water
6. Gels, fruit, energy bars or other snacks
7. Hat
8. Sunscreen
9. Towel
10. Picnic lunch
11. Change of clothes for the pub
12. Deodorant
Please note that the Longest Run is not covered by insurance and isn’t affiliated with parkrun Australia. Runners will run at their own risk and the organisers may cancel/postpone the event if any conditions may cause safety concerns


June 19
7:55 am - 10:00 am
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