RYDE HARRIERS GET CREATIVE DURING DAILY EXERCISE

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Members of the Ryde Harriers Running Club have been getting creative and staying fit during the coronavirus lockdown by using their daily exercise to create art!

With competitive running on hold for now, members have been having some fun with a ‘Strava Art’ challenge.

The Wightlink-sponsored club have created a competition as a bit of fun, with organisers receiving some great and imaginative images captured using Strava’s running app, which logs GPS locations.

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Trevor McAlister has been named the winner of the friendly comp with his tribute to the NHS. Other great entries have included a ‘coronasaurus’ by Catherine Young and a ‘cow’ by Ken Beak.

You can see all the entries at http://www.rydeharriers.co.uk/strava-art-challenge-april-2020.

 

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