I started running in 2014 to lose weight and get fit. Started off with little 4km runs, now I do a few more kms than that! I’m currently unemployed, a chef by trade, but starting a casual job with Australia Post in two weeks – yaaayy! My goal for 2021 is to run in a real event!! Hoping to perhaps try and break the three-hour barrier at the Canberra Marathon in April. Lets see!!
My running journey has been short and sweet. I started running in 2018 as a New Year’s Resolution to do something I hated and never expected it to have the opposite effect. Outside of LRC, I’m a Tender Manager in the Facilities Management industry *cue the blank stares*. It supports me to write creatively and effectively, as well as utilise my design skills which I hope to bring of value to the team. For 2021, I will be re-training for my first Marathon at the Melbourne Mara
I run to test myself both physically and mentally, and with LRC I am able to achieve more than I thought possible. I work as a Prepress Operator for a printing company, and my running goal for 2021 is to get a PB at the Melbourne Marathon on 10 October
I’m Milissa, Milly, Mil or Nanna. I am your Membership Engagement Officer and my goal in this role is to work with the committee and members to ensure LRC’s inclusive, non-judgmental culture continues as we strive to encourage and grow our membership base. I started running late 2017 as a way to replace destructive habits with positive and life changing ones. I have completed six half marathons and will work hard next year to do a 50km ultra marathon before my 50th birthday.
I’m a nurse who specialises in women’s health, specifically Gynaecology. I got into running after losing weight and getting fit. Now I run to keep me healthy and mentally grounded, and because I just love who I am when I run. My 2021 goal is to return to Gold Coast and achieve a sub 4:50 marathon.
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