Mini-Mos 2016- 5 Years Running with SquareOne!

Mini-Mos 2016- 5 Years Running with SquareOne!
 
The Mini-Mos is a regular fixture in the Mosman community calendar and this year enjoyed its 34th edition. The SquareOne team were there as event sponsors and official Physiotherapy services providers. The Mini-Mos is a great community event that fits well with our ethos at SquareOne- that is to get people out and moving, being active and healthy and enjoying all the benefits that come with it. We had 10 participants on the SquareOne start list ranging from Campbell pushing Coco in the pram over the 10km, Lara, Simon, Steve and Sean doing the 5km, and Holly and Oscar and Kylie and Mackenzie doing the 2km- all followed up by a team lunch- just before the rain came down!
 
“This is our 5th year as proud sponsors of the Mini-Mos. We see it as an ideal local event and fundraiser for Mosman Public School that engages the local community and enables us to actively promote all the things that we offer at SquareOne that help improve the health and the lives of the people around us. Community engagement is a big focus for the SquareOne team and the Mini-Mos is a great platform to enable us to help more people and promote a healthy lifestyle. We look forward to continuing the fun in the years ahead!” – Holly
 
“The Mini-Mos 10k is a tough and hilly course and the idea of pushing two and a half year old Coco in the pram seemed a good idea at first but after about 2km I wasn’t so sure! I started right at the back to get out of everyone’s way but soon found myself negotiating other runners as I weaved my way through the field. At about 5km I could see Joey the owner from Vision Mosman up the road and I was determined to catch him for a laugh! The pram was fast on the flat and slight downhills but the uphills and steep downhills almost ground me to a halt. I’d be getting closer to Joey then we’d hit a hill and I’d go backwards. Coco seemed to enjoy the ride and we managed to reel Joey in near the finish and cross the line in 22nd place in 41:15. Needless to say sore calves followed the next day” – Campbell. 
Mini-Mos 2016- 5 Years Running with SquareOne!
 
The Mini-Mos is a regular fixture in the Mosman community calendar and this year enjoyed its 34th edition. The SquareOne team were there as event sponsors and official Physiotherapy services providers. The Mini-Mos is a great community event that fits well with our ethos at SquareOne- that is to get people out and moving, being active and healthy and enjoying all the benefits that come with it. We had 10 participants on the SquareOne start list ranging from Campbell pushing Coco in the pram over the 10km, Lara, Simon, Steve and Sean doing the 5km, and Holly and Oscar and Kylie and Mackenzie doing the 2km- all followed up by a team lunch- just before the rain came down!
 
“This is our 5th year as proud sponsors of the Mini-Mos. We see it as an ideal local event and fundraiser for Mosman Public School that engages the local community and enables us to actively promote all the things that we offer at SquareOne that help improve the health and the lives of the people around us. Community engagement is a big focus for the SquareOne team and the Mini-Mos is a great platform to enable us to help more people and promote a healthy lifestyle. We look forward to continuing the fun in the years ahead!” – Holly
 

“The Mini-Mos 10k is a tough and hilly course and the idea of pushing two and a half year old Coco in the pram seemed a good idea at first but after about 2km I wasn’t so sure! I started right at the back to get out of everyone’s way but soon found myself negotiating other runners as I weaved my way through the field. At about 5km I could see Joey the owner from Vision Mosman up the road and I was determined to catch him for a laugh! The pram was fast on the flat and slight downhills but the uphills and steep downhills almost ground me to a halt. I’d be getting closer to Joey then we’d hit a hill and I’d go backwards. Coco seemed to enjoy the ride and we managed to reel Joey in near the finish and cross the line in 22nd place in 41:15. Needless to say sore calves followed the next day” – Campbell.