Plenty of colour from around the region this weekend, not least the new parkrun Apricot t-shirts which are increasingly finding their way over to the Nordics. Here’s a selection of shots from our events from around the region from this past weekend:
We love the start line shot at Dømmesmoen parkrun
Apricot on display on Denmark’s east coast at Esbjerg parkrun
Åsa Pärlered reckons that the power of Apricot helped her to a PB at this week’s Haga parkrun!
We couldn’t do it without our fantastic volunteers – thank you Jeanna Ferguson (also at Haga parkrun)
All ages ready to go at Huddinge parkrun
Look no hands! – at Esbjerg parkrun
Out on the course at Brabrand parkrun
Morten Nygaard Aasnes showing off his new t-shirt at Løvstien parkrun in Bergen, a photo not taken this week……
…..as this photo shows! Calum Leitch was a little damp at this weeks’ event
When two Apricots meet, at this week’s Örebro parkrun
……where it was also a little on the wet side
Phil Dunstan from Malmö Ribersborg parkrun was taking his Apricot t-shirt around the world this week, first at the Vitality 10,000m event in London
And then running back home at Malmö on Saturday
A first parkrun for Fred in Stavanger, well done!
Thomas Littrup (centre, in Black) celebrated his 250th run at Vejen parkrun this weekend. Congratulations Thomas!
Ulla Sergejeff, one of the founders of Tampere parkrun, shows off her new Apricot t-shirt
This week’s start shot from Vääksyn kanava parkrun
Vallaskogen parkun getting ready to start their second event in Linköping on Saturday
Wet and soggy but still 77 runners at Tøyen parkrun on Saturday
It’s been another record breaking week for parkrun in the Nordics, following the continuing upward trend for parkrun throughout the world. It’s great that we are all a part of it! For the first time we had over 1400 runners at our events, and just as importantly, we had 178 fabulous volunteers who helped…
You may have noticed the parkrun website looks a bit different today. We had hoped to have a brand new website live by now but unfortunately, due to complications in delivery, we haven’t been able to achieve what we wanted. We haven’t changed any of the content or the structure of the site….