More samples from the #happiest5k – will it still be hazardous to our health?

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Following on from the exposure assessment we performed on runners in the Newcastle ColorRun, we are lucky enough to have some more volunteers who ran the #happiest 5k in Brisbane recently and took some more samples.

So will the results be the same? Will they continue to show that participating in the ColorRun is hazardous to your health? The samples are in with the lab at the moment so we will just have to wait and see…our newest guest blogger, Kristy will bring us the news as we get it!

KristyT

2 thoughts on “More samples from the #happiest5k – will it still be hazardous to our health?

    […] Brisbane ColourRun took place on a sunny Sunday in May, and I was keen to see how the QLD run compared to the three […]

    wendy said:
    January 16, 2015 at 11:43 pm

    Thanks for your article! I’m so upset my kids elementary school is going to put on a color run jog-a-thon for the kids to raise money for their school. All the parents think this is a fine idea and should be fun….I’m so frustrated I can’t find more proof like your article that they are not a good idea for kids!!

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