It was Midsummer weekend, as good a reason as any to celebrate with a parkrun! Here’s the photo round-up from this Saturday’s events:
Örebro parkrun marked the occasion with 69 participants coming down to take part
Lars Lanneborn also became the first person from Sweden to reach the 100-run milestone. Congratulations Lars!
Not quite such summery weather at Vääksyn kanava parkrun! Luckily we hear it cleared up in time for the start of parkrun.
47 people came along to parkrun in Stavanger…..
….and there was dog and running-buggy parking outside the café afterwards!
Some new camera angles for the photos at this week’s Esbjerg parkrun!
The post-parkrun mingle at Amager Fælled parkrun
The beautiful backdrop for the run briefing at Tokoinranta parkrun in Helsinki
Ready for the start at Dømmesmoen parkrun in Grimstad
Plenty of families taking part in this week’s Haga parkrun
Another lovely morning at Fælledparken parkrun
Flying to the finish at Malmö Ribersborg parkrun
Powering away from the start at Nordre Fælled parkrun in Randers
Over 100 people taking part again at Tøyen parkrun
Happy midsummer parkrun greetings from Tampere parkrun
The first midsummer parkrun for Vallaskogen parkrun in Linköping
Yes! Luckily the café was open for the finishers at this week’s 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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