This week's newsletter has some information about the new map search function, interesting articles, a couple of postponements and a couple of late additions to the running calendar.
I added a new function to the website yesterday for premium members which lets you see your search results on a map, as shown in the screenshot above. There's a "Show Map" button at the top of the page; click that and then you'll see the events group together. Click the circles or zoom in and you'll see the individual event location pins. Click those to see the event name and date and then click through for the event listing.
This joins the other functions (such as location based searching in the search box and being emailed when new events match your saved searches) for premium members. Find out more about the levels of membership here and sign up today!
I'll be creating some videos/screencasts of the various functions later this week, and will link to them in next week's newsletter.
All Blacks doctor shares the joy of running
Eugene Bingham talked with All Blacks doctor Dr Tony Page about their shared love of running in this article at Stuff. There's some great insights from Eugene about talking with people when you run.
How the Iron Maori event is changing lives
Read the inspirational story of Monica Stretch's journey to health and fitness thanks to the IRONMĀORI events, and then check out the upcoming IRONMĀORI events here.
Kiwi Jake Robertson sets personal best at Great North Run
Kiwi Jake Robertson's set a personal best at the Great North Run in north-east England, cracking the 60-minute mark in the half-marathon over the weekend. Find out more in this article at Newshub.
13 year old runner dominates at AIMS Games thanks to legendary coach
Aged 81, Ian Babe is president of Athletics New Zealand, a former top-level rugby and athletics competitor, and former coach to many accomplished athletes. He finally retired at 78 - but now he's back and helped 13 year old Bella Earl dominate the Year 8 girls' cross country race at the recent AIMS Games. Find out more in this article at Stuff.
To find out what's been recently updated, check the recent updates page regularly. I include in this newsletter a list of the more important updates (see below) such as date changes, cancellations, or late additions to the calendar. And check out the full calendar of upcoming events.
Have a great running week!