Read more › News - 14th January 2021

Taking small steps forward

It’s week two of The parkrun Resolution and it’s all about taking small steps forward. We’re here for you. Read on for this week’s top tips and don’t forget to celebrate what you’ve done so far.   Often the hardest thing to do is start: to start something new, make a change, do something differently….

Read more › News - 12th January 2021

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) update 12 January

This Saturday, parkrun events in Victoria, Australia, will return, and next Saturday we are reopening another nine Russian events, of which four are completely new, taking us to 23 live events there.   Whilst these are relatively small steps, each step is a positive move forward. However, following on from last week’s update, we remain…

Read more › News - 11th January 2021

The community that is parkrun

My first parkrun was at Delta parkrun in Johannesburg back in 2014. I had never been a runner, but when my friend told me about this free 5km run on an otherwise uneventful weekend, I thought, why not. It was definitely memorable, not just because of the number of people that took part, but because in the…

Read more › News - 7th January 2021

It’s time to make your parkrun resolution

It’s time to make your parkrun resolution. parkrun’s Global Head of Health and Wellbeing Chrissie Wellington tells you everything you need to know about our special new year campaign.   Firstly, Happy New Year from everyone at parkrun!   We hope you had a restful festive period, and you have welcomed 2021 with open arms,…

Read more › News - 6th January 2021

Mise à jour COVID-19 (Coronavirus): 5 janvier

Cela fait bientôt dix mois que nous avons dû suspendre tous nos événements dans le monde en réponse à la pandémie de COVID-19, et depuis lors, nous avons fait face à de nombreux hauts et bas. La semaine dernière, ce fut un plaisir de compter 53 000 marcheurs, joggeurs, coureurs et bénévoles parmi nos rangs,…

Read more › News - 5th January 2021

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) update 5 January

It’s almost ten months since we first closed all of our global events in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, and since then there have been many ups and downs. Last week it was great to celebrate 53,000 people walking, jogging, running and volunteering with us, despite the fact that over 1,500 parkrun events remain closed…

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Read more › News - 31st December 2020

Reflections on 2020 and hope for the new year

As we bid farewell to 2020, parkrun Founder Paul Sinton-Hewitt CBE reflects on a very different twelve months for parkrun.    2020 started with so much promise. Our movement, now in its 16th year, gathered pace.   The Netherlands became the 22nd live territory on the global map of parkrun, we delivered a groundbreaking campaign…

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Read more › News - 31st December 2020

Réflexions sur 2020 et espoir pour la nouvelle année

Alors que nous faisons nos adieux à 2020, le fondateur parkrun Paul Sinton-Hewitt CBE réfléchit à douze mois très différents pour parkrun.    L’année 2020 a commencé avec tant de promesses. Notre mouvement, qui en est maintenant à sa 16e année, s’est accéléré. Les Pays-Bas sont devenus le 22e territoire vivant sur la carte mondiale…

Read more › News - 17th December 2020

Keeping connected: Lockdown in numbers

It’s been a year like no other, but, in some ways at least, a year in which we’ve done what we always do: using data to help guide our way. parkrun’s Global Head of Analysis Mike Graney talks us through a year of incredible insight.   With over two million different participants at parkrun globally…

Read more › News - 17th December 2020

Mise à jour COVID-19 (Coronavirus): 15 décembre

Tout au long de cette année, nous avons publié des mises à jour régulières, en tenant la famille parkrun aussi informée que possible, et en partageant les nouvelles positives chaque fois que nous le pouvons. Si certaines semaines ont pu donner l’impression que les progrès ont été lents, il est clair, au vu des neuf…

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