Nyheter - 6th September 2018
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When parkrun families meet

Alan Smith and Mullers

When parkrunners Alan and Janet Smith got talking to some other runners making their way to Bushy parkrun two years ago, they were amazed to hear about their experiences of running hundreds of parkrun in Denmark. The conversation stuck in their heads, so when, two years later, they were over in Copenhagen for the weekend, they wondered if they would bump into their Danish friends again….
 
Alan writes:
“We met Helene, Henrik and Sinaq by chance on the bus when we were all heading to the home of parkrun at Bushy Park in London two years ago almost to the day. We had a lovely chat and were amazed to hear about how many parkruns they had completed (Editor’s note: currently 1161 parkruns between the three family members with Henrik leading the way on 444 parkruns, as of last week) and how your parkrun was the first outside of Britain. We then had the incredible experience of running with a thousand others around Bushy Park then the super efficient double funnel system to cope with all the finishers.
 
When we decided to visit wonderful Copenhagen for a short holiday we, of course, wanted to run a parkrun. We checked your results and were delighted to see the Muller’s were still regular runners and volunteers so we couldn’t possibly choose anywhere other than Amager Fælled. After a lovely reception and very enjoyable run we had a very happy reunion with all three of the family. A perfect morning and an example of all that’s great about parkrun.
 
Alan & Janet Smith (A1246208 & A1228728)

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parkrun Twins Tour

584 parkruns take place around the UK on Saturdays, but just six share their name with a parkrun in another part of the world: Albert, Bushy, Cambridge, Durham, Gladstone and Victoria.    We take a look at these parkrun ‘twins’ and reveal how many people have completed two parkruns that are known locally by the same…

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It’s beginning to look a lot like…..a Christmas parkrun

For most of the region, we’re still waiting for the snow to fall and the winter feeling to arrive. True, a little bit of snow and ice came to Norway, but alas caused both Festningen parkrun in Trondheim and Tøyen parkrun in Oslo to be cancelled.   So last week it was just one properly…