It was Easter weekend for parkrun in the Nordics and with the sun shining across most of our region, it was a lovely Saturday for being outside and starting the holiday weekend with parkrun. Here’s how parkrunday looked like at some of our events:
Easter means getting away in Norway – it helps when there’s a parkrun in your destination! Løvstien core volunteers Heidi and Nikolas travelled to Stavanger on Saturday and ran/volunteered there this week instead!
At Haga parkrun, runners have now completed the equivalent of a lap around the world! Claire was the 83rd runner over the line this week, which completed the distance.
This week’s starting shot at Nordre Fælled parkrun in Randers. Our most recent event to start in the Nordics is getting new people discovering parkrun every week.
Spring sunshine for the runners at Tokoinranta parkrun in Helsinki
Plenty of visitors in town for this week’s Tøyen parkrun in Oslo.
Tampere parkrun, which celebrated reaching the milestone of 1000 registered participants this week!
Great weather and an even better parkrun Easter vibe at Örebro parkrun this Saturday with 109 people taking part
Vejen parkrun #425, the parkrun gift that keeps on giving!
Shortly after the start of this week’s Fælledparken parkrun
Pictured above, Nadine Evans from South Africa, who was registered parkrunner number 4 million It’s that time of year when we celebrate an amazing milestone with yet another million people signed up to take part in parkrun. Later in July (probably sometime around when you are reading this newsletter) parkrunner number A6000000 will register…
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