Uncategorized - 4th July 2018
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photos from around the Nordics from Saturday’s parkruns

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Blue skies and bright sunshine was the default setting for our events this week in the last parkrun in the first half of the year. With over 150 first-time runners this week, parkrun continues to reach out to new participants through the best form of advertising, word of mouth. What’s not to like?!
 
Oslo mums
These Mums came together to run at Tøyen parkrun in Oslo
 

Örebro wedding photo to be uploaded
Our first parkrun wedding! You can read more about this story from Örebro parkrun here.
 
Kungsängen first timers
Two first-timers from Kungsängen parkrun looking proud at the finish!
 
Uppsala start
The tree-lined avenue gives some welcome shade at the beautiful start of Uppsala parkrun
 
Tampere start photo
Nearly half of the 68 starters were first-timers today in Tampere, an amazing statistic!
 
Huddinge start
Ready for the off at Huddinge parkrun in the south of Stockholm
 
Australian tourist huddinge
Out on the course in the cool forest shade at Huddinge parkrun
 

parkrun 88 start (by Hector Haines)
A crowded start line at Haga parkrun
 

Stavanger Oscar
Amazing Oscar and family at Stavanger parkrun
 

Amager Strandpark start
The amazing backdrop at the start of Amager Strandpark parkrun in København.

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Be a part of bringing parkrun to Linköping!

parkrun has spread to seven locations around Sweden and now plans are being developed for the next city in line – Linköping!   The plans are the brainchild of Lisa Ring, the marathon runner who has competed for Sweden at the World Championships in London in 2017.     After taking part in Huddinge parkrun…

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Ten quirky facts about your Nordic neighbours

Can you name all 22 Nordic parkruns? If not, here are ten quirky facts from our Event Directors to help you get to know our Nordic neighbours. Fact 1 – Flour arrows “Almost all the Danish events use flour arrows to mark out the course,” says Michael Jensen from Esbjerg parkrun. Flour arrows were even…