Michaëlla Steiner Run Leader Nickname: Don’t have one, but sometimes my family call me “M” Where did your passion for running come from: Definitely from my father. He had been running ever since I can remember, and I always admired him for it…in my early 20’s, we ran the Marine Corp Marathon in Washington DC, and a running monster was…
I genuinely love running! I am an avid parkrunner and also a running guide for vision-impaired runners with Achilles. I am passionate about how inclusive, fun and accessible running is as a sport.
Running is my release from being a robot mum, a release from mind chaos and a long term goal to be able to run a marathon.
BOTR was the safe place for me to start running and it was the program that ignited my love (and now need) of running!
There’s so much to love about running – you can do it solo or with a group.
My passion for running did not come from an individual as such, rather the feeling it brings. It just brings me so much joy and a feeling of being strong, free, confident and capable.
I taught myself to run because I’d see people running and think I want to do that. I soon met heaps of amazing people through running.
Running is something that I just did for a bit of exercise and over time it becomes a little addictive.