My favourite place to run is Belair National Park in South Australia. Sometimes on a cool Sunday morning you might see some koalas, kangaroos and emus. You have just got to make sure the emus don’t decide to chase you. But I guess when that happens it’s good sprint training.
Used to run around laps around my local park but now I like to run around my work in Pyrmont, NSW. The breeze from the water keeps me cool and the scenery is never too boring to run past!
.The days were solid..Weeks of running, days with rain days with sun. Months of ddtacieion.Weeks with pain and weeks with love.The years were clear.Months with enlightment and months with darkness..But every footstep I took in the clear path of happiness were built for the goal to achieve. The goal with a path whether I can’t find an end not even looking for it. The path wwhere I found in every step a joy a joy which to be felt from my toe till my crown of my head. I feel how a tear roll down my warm skin on the day of decision.. I am happy ..My life is a joy. I have the gift and talent to run for hours and hours and I am happy.2010 I ran 3 marathons and in the first and the fast lies 30 minutes.2010 I ran 3 marathons and in each part there was my soul, one in Spain one in Holland.2010 I ran 3 marathons and one of them where it all began, Athens.2011 I decide to continue..I will run further and heavier I will go to the top of the world and do it.But I will never forget how Athens gave me the power to see that winning is about seeing what you got. It all started in a little house with lots of love and the next day I saw again that the power of the greek lies in the love they gave to those crazy foreigner seeing that running in this marathon was more than just a run. Running here was /is running for a cause and this cause was democracy. The greek won and in every marathon lies a winner with his own story .Mine was feeling and experiencing the love in and around while running.My thanks for all the beautifull people from Athens..With love and many footsteps,Jose Vicente
Thanks for the input guys. Keep it coming!
I love running in Centennial Park in Sydney. This is where I clocked up to 190km a week – week in, week out – and never got sick of that place. There, and when I’m lucky enough to get to Falls Creek in Victoria each summer. This is a running Mecca for all Aussie distance runners and is a great place for running on the trails along acquaducts, a great place for recovery – dipping the legs in the freezing water of the running acquaducts – and for scenery with 360 degree breathtaking views (when you have the energy and breath to appreciate them!)There is a herd of runners in their hundreds that migrate there once a year just after Christmas and you’ll spot the country’s most elite runners training down there around this time. It’s a joy to watch and be a part of and it caters for all levels of runner.
Elcho Island was my favourite to place to run when I lived and ran in Remote Indigenous Communities. It has lots of nice dirt and gravel roads and plenty of trees and scrub around at the same time so it feels shady.
Probably in Cochran Shoals and Pidemont Park in Atlanta. I just feel so at home there when I’m running.
I’d have to say Lake Macquarie, Dora Creek for me. Small town, if you get off at the train station which connects from Sydney going to Newcastle going all stations, you will be able enjoy the best run of your life next to the lake there. Overall Great scenery, great people, its fantastic. Best spot for a job in a books!
Oops *apologies for the spelling error. Meant to say *jog in my books* on the last line there aha!
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