Group run

This was the cream de la cream of tasks. We had to read between the lines and get into the groove to finish tonight's story.

28 runners ran 5.0km to help their local community in Cardiff.

  • Mikey
  • Benjamin Annear
  • Cardiff runner
  • Ellen
  • Lowri Davies
  • Martin Graff
  • Cardiff runner
  • Maya Broadbank
  • David McCullough
  • Andrew Skelton
  • Peter Gillibrand
  • Cardiff runner
  • Mathew
  • Emily Cotterill
  • Imy Hopkins
  • Adam Hammond
  • Meg Jackson
  • Cardiff runner
  • Llion Wigley
  • Mali Davies-hughes
  • Sara Cuthbert
  • Jayne Smith
  • Meghan
  • Sioned Evans
  • Stuart Lewes
  • Curtis Hughes
  • Alan Mckay
Tuesday, 26th of November 2019
Led by Benjamin Annear

Lucy... "Here". Emily... "Here" Darren... No answer Peter..."Here" Stuart... "Here" Nathan...Nathan... "Hi miss, it's Andrew, Nathan told me he was going to miss School today to plan his 2020 challenge."

Tonight's task involved running to Gladstone Primary School. This school is very close to one of our GoodGymmer's hearts, Nathan's. He used to go to this school in his younger years... and rumor has it he wasn't always well behaved! But that's the Nathan we know and love.

So tonight started with a few warm up games. We played, 'Rock, Paper, Scissors' and 'North Pole, South Pole'

We then did a head count and welcomed two new runners to their first ever GoodGym run. A HUGE welcome to GoodGym Grace and Sioned.

Time to get our run on

Tonight we ran as one! Ben led the group and Lewis, the hero that he is, backmarked with a huge smile on his face.

Welcome to School year 9

Okay Okay, we are a bit older than year 9, but we thought by saying that we were year 9 if we displayed any immaturity we might be able to excuse it on this basis.

Donna welcomed us to Gladstone. She told us about the incredible school it is and then explained our task for the evening. Donna tasked us with painting the library. She knows we love a challenge, one could say, she read into us well.

The runners quickly armed themselves with paintbrushes and rollers. Andrew spotted a guitar and it wasn't long before he picked it up and began serenading everyone.

During the task Ben rolled a dice. Roll a 1 and you have to tell a joke; Roll a 2 and you have to state your favorite TV show; Roll a 3 and you have to tell everyone what your favourite book is; Roll a 4 and you have to pull a funny face; Roll a 5 and you have to answer a trivia question; Roll a 6 and you have to Roll again.

Thank you so much GoodGym. Once again you've proved yourselves and the children will be amazed with how much has changed overnight... it's like Christmas has come early!

Mikey then led the run back. Everyone had smiles on their faces and a warmth in their hearts, feeling pretty epic after helping out at an incredible school.

We're now nearing the end of 2019. Hasn't it been an amazing year? I hope you can make it to the final GoodGym runs of 2019 as you make them amazing!

Hope to see you next week!

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Ring a ding ding ding. Lucy loo has claimed another point on the tweet off leaderboard! Well done! ALL points count and there are less and less opportunities to move up the leaderboard as each week goes by.

  • LM 13
  • MO 9
  • EW 5
  • DRN 4
  • MG 4
  • MJ 4
  • NS 2
  • RJ 1
  • BA 1
  • NI 1
  • AG 1
  • WD 1

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Runners helping out

  • Photographer

    Take photos for the run report

    • Curtis Hughes
  • Document Checker

    Help with checking Document of runner for DBS check

    • Ellen
  • Back marker

    Make sure that no one is left behind

    • Cardiff runner

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