Outlook for Life take on Hamilton

 

 

Dressed in sparkly green skirts, the Outlook for Life team were a sight for sore eyes at the Hamilton Half Marathon recently.

There were over 60 representatives from Outlook for Life entered in the run event and were one of the biggest groups there.
The annual event, which supports the Child Cancer Foundation, had several walk and run events and the Outlook group had representatives competing in all of them
The course was described as a mostly rural track and the weather held out, with the sunshine coming through for the prize giving and lunch afterwards.
Outlook member, Laurinda Lewis, took out first in the half marathon for her age group, while Kevin Maddern came third in his age group for the 10km run.
“Many achieved personal bests in their runs or walks and all had a fantastic time. It was a great day out for all ages and an awesome family event,” says Outlook for Life’s, Kim Keary.
“We all look forward to the next event so we can represent Franklin. Remember to wave when you see us walking and running the streets of Pukekohe.”

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