Nyheter - 30th April 2019

Our weekly photo round-up – how parkrun looked around the region this Saturday

Vääksyn kanava cover shot

From rain in the west to sunshine in the east – it was a real mixed bag of weather in the Nordics region this past Saturday. We had the 100th running of Orebro parkrun and Stavanger’s 1st birthday party to celebrate. Here’s all the photo action from last week:

örebro 100
It was Örebro’s 100th run, so how many people did they get taking part? 100 of course!
Stavanger 1st birthday
It was pretty wet out on the course today in Stavanger, but everyone got warm in the café afterwards to celebrate the event’s first birthday!

Brabrand buggy
Tough going with two! at Esbjerg parkrun
Brabrand hig five
Another nice image from Esbjerg, a big high five from a volunteer

Vejen forest section
Not often captured on the camera, the forest loop in Vejen parkrun (which people run three times) is a real treat
The starting line at this week’s Huddinge parkrun…..
HUddinge vols
….and the best looking volunteer team in town!

Uppsala parkrun
Flashing past the halfway point at Uppsala parkrun

Haga vols
Happy Haga volunteers!
Vääksyn kanava
A different perspective of the beautiful Vääksyn kanava parkrun
Vääksy visitos
Not many tourists make it to Vääksyn, but these visitors from the UK made the trip this Saturday!
Welcoming visitors from Poland to Helsinki at this week’s Tokoinranta parkrun
Tampere start
A fine turnout at Tampere parkrun, as spring really starts to assert itself……..
Tampere cafe
And many faces in the café afterwards too!

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