Runnymede Runners: visionaries for the future of guide running
02 December 2015
Blogger and parkrunner Emma had written an online blog on becoming a guide runner for a visually impaired athlete and when the opportunity arose to attend an England Athletics Sight Loss and Guide Running workshop she took it.
Her next blog described the workshop she attended and by the end she had learned a lot; "I thoroughly enjoyed the workshop, learned lots and had fun! I know that with a few more trials guide running is something I want to put into practice, helping my visually impaired running community enjoy the sport we love."
- Click here to read Emma's blog
- England Athletics run a number of these workshops around the country. Click here to find out more.about Guide running and our workshops
- Emma and the other workshop participants are all now on the guide running database. Click here to find your local database contact
- Click here to find out more on British Blind Sport
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