Another great start to the week with parkrun on Saturday. Here you get the chance to see how parkrun looked right across the region.
Remember, your barcode works at all parkrun events around the world, so why not go and try another event sometime?
Also at Dømmesmoen, the local running club came to visit to check out the new parkrun presence in their town. It was a resounding success!
The biggest turnout of the week this week was at Fælledparken parkrun with 114 people taking part.
The stunning backdrop of the eponymous fort at Festningen parkrun in Trondheim
This week’s cheery volunteer team at Festningen parkrun
There were 100 people taking part at Haga this week, excluding the little ones getting a ride
Try telling them that parkrun is not a race! Before Kungsängen parkrun on Saturday
The inaugural of Vallaskogen parkrun in Linköping was a great success with 60 people taking part
Always lots of amazing photos from out on the course at Örebro parkrun
Not often a flat section at Løvstien parkrun in Bergen!
But it is always worth it for the amazing views….and the feeling afterwards!
More people are continuing to find their way to the beautiful course at Skatås parkrun in Göteborg
This week’s friendly volunteer team at Skatås parkrun
Approaching the top of the hill at Stavanger parkrun this Saturday. 50 people took part there this week.
A big tourist turnout at Tampere parkrun in Finland this Saturday
Congratulations to Thomas Stevens who set a new Swedish parkrun record at Uppsala parkrun on Saturday with a time of 15:35. We wish Thomas the best of luck in the Stockholm Marathon on Saturday.
Also at Uppsala, plenty of shade from the trees at the start now that spring is in full bloom
We love seeing these volunteer t-shirts on display – modelled by Gunnar Larsson at Uppsala 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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