Thanks to http://www.oliviaparkerscott.co.uk/ for this great video of the Osterley Park 10k 2015.
Can you spot yourself?
A #Tuesday medal tease for you!
They are packed and heading this way, who will be getting their hands on one of these on Saturday 16th June at our Osterley Park 10k in West London? Limited places left to be able to grab one of these bespoke pieces of bling, book your spot now at www.osterleypark10k.co.uk
BIG NEWS: Our award winning Osterley Park Summer 10k is now OPEN.
Taking place on Saturday 16th June at 10:30am, this race sells out in record time each year so grab one of the limited places HERE now.
Or if you don’t fancy running, how about volunteering and getting a FREE place at our winter 10k. Volunteers register HERE.
We look forward to seeing you soon
We are delighted that the Osterley Park 10k has been chosen as the official race for Youth Music to support Alice’s Youth Music Memorial Fund.
Following the tragic death of Alice Gross last year, her family set up the fund in her memory, to celebrate the joy she found in music-making and to provide other young people with these opportunities.
Full details here on how to run and raise funds for this great cause.
Good luck to everyone running the London Marathon tomorrow.
WHEN YOU STAND ON THE START LINE
When you stand on the Start Line, you join the club.
When you stand at the Starting Line you earn your membership.
Millions dream of being where you are.
You are no longer a dreamer.
You are a doer.
Thousands more started a training programme but never finished.
They started with the same enthusiasm (or more than) as you.
They started with more or less the same physical gifts or disadvantages as you did.
They had no more and no less reason to be successful than you.
But somewhere along the way, they lost that enthusiasm.
Somewhere on the road or on the track or treadmill, they decided that the rewards just weren’t worth the effort.
They decided that they could live without finding their limits, without challenging their expectations of themselves and without taking a hard look at their image of themselves.
You didn’t. If you’re standing at the Start Line, you’ve not only accepted the challenge, but you’ve also beaten back the demons.
You’ve conquered your imagination and self-imposed limitations.
You’ve gone further, got stronger and become tougher than you ever imagined.