Nyheter - 19th September 2018

parkrun features in Spring magazine

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We were delighted that parkrun recently featured in the running magazine Spring, telling the story of parkrun from its beginnings in London 14 years ago and featuring interviews with the founder Paul Sinton-Hewitt and Nordics country manager Deri Thomas. Below you can read the full article online (in Swedish) enjoy!
Spring is a subscription-only publication, which drops through your letterbox six times a year when you sign up. It’s a great read for those who want to develop their running and find some motivation for their next race. Here’s the pitch from Spring:
“Magasinet har 100% fokus på svensk löpning och vänder sig till löpare som redan har hittat löpningen, har tävlat och känner att man vill ta ett steg till eller bara grotta ner sig i löpningens underbara värld. Innehållet handlar om löpning i form av reportage om olika löpare och profiler, säsongstips, hälsa, mat, tävlingsrapporter. Vi lyfter även upp olika lopp, olika klubbar och städer – ambitionen är att man ska bli otroligt motiverad när man läst en utgåva av Spring. Alla skribenter är även löpare för att kunna kommunicera med målgruppen på ett trovärdigt sätt.”
The ordinary price is 379 SEK per year for 6 editions but with the following code, you can test out the magazine for just 79 SEK for 2 editions. Take the chance and try it out!

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