Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon ambassador Nikki Bradley attended Vhi’s ‘Bring a Buddy Day’ at Letterkenny parkrun last weekend as she continued her training for race day on the 4th of June.
There was a great turnout on the day with 96 participants walking, jogging and running their way around the course at Letterkenny Town Park.
Nikki was accompanied by her sister for the 5km event at St Conal’s Hospital Campus.
Vhi is proud to support both parkrun and the Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon and want to encourage everyone who is currently training for the Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon to visit their local parkrun as part of their training. There are over 100 parkruns in Ireland where people of all ages and abilities can take part in free, weekly, timed 5km runs every Saturday at 9.30am.
You can join the Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon ambassadors on the 4th of June and be part of something big!
The Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon, now in its 41st year, will take place on Bank Holiday Sunday 4th June 2023 at the earlier time of 12.30pm. The 2023 event will be a celebration of togetherness, and whether you participate with friends, family or by yourself, you’ll be part of a special community. It’s open to all those who wish to walk, jog or run the 10km route through Dublin City Centre.
parkrun in partnership with Vhi, supports local communities in organising free, weekly, timed 5km runs every Saturday morning at over 100 venues all over Ireland, with people of every age and ability taking part each week. To register for a parkrun near you visit www.parkrun.ie New registrants should select their chosen event as their home location. You will then receive a personal barcode which acts as your free entry to any parkrun event worldwide.
Registration for the Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon is now open on www.vhiwomensminimarathon.ie.
Read Nikki’s story here on Donegal Woman: