Nyheter - 22nd May 2019
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This week’s photo round-up from around the Nordics

10 year Amager cover

 
Amager Faelled
Event Director Henrik Muller addresses everyone taking part in Amager Fælled’s 10 year anniversary

10 years goodies
And people had been busy baking in preparation for the celebration
 

 
Amager Strandpark
A misty morning on the other side of the city, close to the coast at Amager Strandpark
 
Bergen Lovstein
It was Norway’s national day on the Friday, and someone had set up a tent next to the start at Løvstien parkrun in Bergen. They were a bit surprised to see a bunch of parkrunners in the morning when they were trying to recover from last nights party!
 
Blodomloppet 4
Örebro parkrun went red this week, when they had a ‘takeover’ event from Blodomloppet, the race series in Sweden promoting blood donations.
 
Blodomloppet 5
It was a great way to support the work of Blodgivning (Blood Donation) and to introduce more people to our friendly parkrun community
 
Faelledparken
As usual, a busy morning at Fælledparken
 
Haga
Sunny smiles at Haga parkrun
 
Huddinge 2
People are never happier than when at the start of Huddinge parkrun
 
Huddinge
Another shot from out on the course at Huddinge parkrun
 
Malmo touritsts
These parkrun tourists from Milano enjoyed their morning at Malmö Ribersborg parkrun
 
Malmo vols
And meet the volunteer team from this week’s event in Malmö too
 
Michael 300 esbjerg 2
Michael Jensen volunteered for the 300th time at Esbjerg parkrun this Saturday, what an achievement. Here he is, in the blue and white Run Director’s vest, along with the rest of the team.
 
Stavanger
Everyone safely back to the finish at Stavanger parkrun
 
Tampere
Long gone is the ice and snow – bring on sunshine and (soon) swimming in the lake at Tampere parkrun
 
Toyen
It may have been ‘sjuttonde maj’ in Norway, but the Timekeepers were still on the ball at Tøyen parkrun in Oslo!
 
Vääksyn kanava
Who wouldn’t want to run at Vääksyn kanava parkrun?

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4 million

Approaching 6 million registered parkrunners!

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…

Joey

Joey’s Spirit

If there’s one young life to have seen more than a multitude of adults, it’s Joseph Oosterhoff from Quinns Rocks parkrun in Australia.   Looking at his youthful physique whenever he attends parkrun, one would be hesitant to think the 15-year-old has undergone numerous procedures for health conditions which have plagued him since birth –…