Ben St Lawrence in Centennial Park (photo from Daily Telegraph)

It’s been a big week for Ben St Lawrence – the Australian 10,000m title holder and Olympian not only won a major race in New Zealand, but also contributed to the Centennial Parklands Health and Fitness eNewsletter!

Or perhaps it’s the other way round…?

On Saturday Ben took on the 3,000m Run New Zealand Championships…coming out on top:


Race Results from 22 February 2014

Race Results from 22 February 2014

And the secret to Ben’s success?

Learn Ben’s secret running tips…


Taken from the Centennial Parklands Health and Fitness eNewsletter

Taken from the Centennial Parklands Health and Fitness eNewsletter

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