Nyheter - 3rd April 2019

This week’s photo round-up from around the Nordics

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The last parkrun Saturday in March saw 961 runners, joggers and walkers, 134 volunteers, 88 First-timers and 162 PBs! We welcome back Kungsängen parkrun this Saturday which will give us a full set of 22 Nordic parkruns and if the weather is on our side, perhaps over 1000 participants for the first time in 2019. Here are some memories from the week that was:
A beautiful morning in Fælledparken, with 96 people taking part this Saturday
Yeah! Esjberg parkrun #430
That finishing feeling at Uppsala parkrun
A PB for Avinash Kumar at Haga parkrun!
Daniel 50 Haga
Daniel Ramsköld ran his 50th parkrun this weekend, all of them at Haga
Back at the regular start for Tokoinranta parkrun in Heslinki
Muddy but happy at Festningen parkrun!
up the hill at Toyen

ducks at Toyen

The hill at Tøyen parkrun doesn’t get any easier in the winter, but some feathered friends seem to like the conditions!

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A lovely image from this week’s finish line in Tøyen

Nordre Faelled
Nordre Fælled parkrun is proving to be a great success for the town of Randers in Denmark
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Huddinge’s first 50 milestone reached – congratulations Tomas Widell!
Out on the course at Huddinge parkrun
50 people took part or volunteered in this week’s Stavanger parkrun

Torrential rain at Løvstien parkrun – not altogether unknown for the city of Bergen! But that didn’t dampen the spirits of those taking part
The volunteer crew from this week’s Örebro parkrun
Vääksy kanava
Framing the course at Vääksy kanava parkrun, now moving into Spring

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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update: 26 May 2020

We can now confirm that parkrun events across the world will be suspended until the end of June.   Please note that this represents a minimum time-frame for all parkrun countries and we expect most, if not all, closures to be in place for longer.   Despite this announcement of extended closure, our view of…

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Spotlight on: Malaysia

The parkrun family is made up of 22 countries around the world, and we’ll be taking a closer look at a number of them.   This week we hear how parkrun launched in Malaysia! Emer Breen and Caroline Murray share the story…   The idea to launch parkrun in Malaysia came from a team of enthusiastic volunteers…