Clear skies and chilly temperatures were the theme to this week’s parkruns in the Nordics, with every event being run in sub-zero temperatures for the first time this year. It was a morning when anyone getting up early for parkrun was rewarded with stunning scenes to warm the spirits, whatever the temperature.
The sun creeps over the horizon at Nordre Fælled parkrun, Randers
A nice reminder that parkrun is something that the whole family can do together, again at Nordre Fælled parkrun
This time the frost is covering Amager Fælled parkrun
Nearly 50 runners were at Malmö Ribersborg parkrun where Event Director Phil Dunstan was Tail Walker this week
And the event was visited by the newspaper Sydsvenskan which wrote this great article about the Malmö event
Cold enough to make gloves freeze at Tøyen parkrun!
This week’s volunteer team from Tøyen parkrun
Good morning from Örebro parkrun!
The always beautiful Vääksy kanava parkrun in Finland
Haga parkrun was cancelled due to ice again this week, so Haga parkrunners went on tour to visit Uppsala parkrun instead and enjoy the wonderful parkrun café afterwards!
Celebrating 250 parkruns in style at Fælledparken parkrun
Ready for the start at Fælledparken parkrun
Plenty of snow had fallen at Festningen parkrun, Trondheim
And we love this photo of Tony Jennings, a visitor from Australia who has been touring around Nordic events, also at Festningen parkrun
It was down to -14oC at the start of Tampere parkrun…..
……which is pretty cold, as demonstrated by Brazilian parkrunner Cristian Cardozo
Sunny weather, spring in the air and a big turnout around the region. A glorious parkrun Saturday. Here’s some snaps from the 21 events that went ahead this weekend: This is what the biggest turnout at a Nordics parkrun looks like – 199 people taking part at Örebro parkrun Token sorting is…
It was a record breaking weekend for parkrun in the Nordics. Here’s the statistics from this Saturday: – 1176 – Highest number of participants at our events – 164 volunteers – More volunteers than ever before – 199 people taking part in Örebro parkrun, the most ever at a single event in the Nordics…