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Wimmera Parkrun still running strong

Team Sostheim from back left, Cate, Andrew, Steve; front, Stella, Archie, Tom and Marion made up most of of the Wimmera River Parkrun officials for the group's Australia Day run. The parkrun is averaging 110 participants each week since starting 22 weeks ago.

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TEAM SOSTHEIM: Seventy-eight runners set off on Horsham’s 22nd Wimmera River Parkrun on Australia Day. The Parkrun was started by a group of volunteers in August 2018 as a free, weekly five-kilometre run along the banks of the Wimmera River. Runs are at 8am every Saturday, with an average of about 110 participants each week. Organiser Andrew Sostheim, pictured right, centre, with his family, from left, Cate, Stella, Archie, Tom, Steve and Marion, encouraged anyone who wanted to be part of the run to join in. People can register for the run by visiting website www.parkrun.com.au/wimmerariverhorsham. Picture: PAUL CARRACHER

Wimmera river Parkrun.

Wimmera river Parkrun.

Bernadette Ryan gets ready to send runners on their way for Wimmera River Parkrun's Australia Day run.

Bernadette Ryan gets ready to send runners on their way for Wimmera River Parkrun’s Australia Day run.

Josie Pallot with Clayton, 4, and Deacon, 2, at Wimmera River Parkrun's Australia Day run.

Josie Pallot with Clayton, 4, and Deacon, 2, at Wimmera River Parkrun’s Australia Day run.

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Posted on Jan 30 2019

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