Nike She Runs – the running event aimed at empowering and encouraging women – has been run and won for 2014. The run, of course, is far more important than the won. This year we report back to you on this event through the ‘eyes’ of Instagram.

Let’s see how those involved in the event captured the moment!

Capturing some of the pre-run fun and action

Capturing some of the pre-run fun and action

The anticipation and build-up counteracted the cool temperatures!

The anticipation and build-up counteracted the cool temperatures!

They came from all corners of Sydney to run...oh, and bounce!

They came from all corners of Sydney to run…oh, and bounce!

The runners found their friends...and themselves!

The runners found their friends…and themselves!

The runners gathered at the starting line -  spectacular sight!

The runners gathered at the starting line – spectacular sight!

With cameras at the ready...they were off on the fun but challenging 10km course!

With cameras at the ready…they were off on the fun but challenging 10km course!

The action was underway - and once finished, the smiles were many!

The action was underway – and once finished, the smiles were many!

Memories were made through running...big signs...and Guy Sebastian!

Memories were made through running…big signs…and Guy Sebastian!

Well done to the many thousands of runners who braved a chilly evening and completed a night run in one of the world’s best parks.

And well done to those who helped share the event experience through Instagram. Hopefully your insights will help encourage even more of us to get out and enjoy our outdoor spaces more.

By the way, you can follow Centennial Parklands on Instagram: @centparklands

 


Nike She Runs is one of many health and lifestyle events held in Centennial Parklands throughout the year. In fact, over 40,000 people were involved in running events in the Parklands over the last 12 months. Sign up to our monthly Health and Fitness eNewsletter today and get all the latest news, health and fitness tips from experts and much more that will help improve your life. Subscribe now.

 

 

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