Nyheter - 1st July 2019

parkrun in pictures – our weekly photo round-up:

Malmö shot cover

Malmö shot
A lovely shot of runners and volunteers at this week’s Malmö Ribersborg parkrun
Malmö cafe
Not a bad view at Malmö’s café either – at Ribersborgs Kallbadhus
Örebro vols
Some of the volunteer team helping to make things run smoothly at Örebro parkrun this Saturday
Pretty easy to spot who can jump the highest! (again at Örebro parkrun)
Philip Hickson 100
Congratulations to Philip Hickson who ran his 100th parkrun at Uppsala parkrun on Saturday
Before the off at this week’s Stavanger parkrun
Congratulations also to Joonas Tiilikka who completed his 50th event at Tampere parkrun on Saturday
Toyen vols
Some of our lovely volunteers at Tøyen parkrun this Saturday
The beautiful backdrop of Tøyenparken in Oslo, home to Tøyen parkrun
Back at Uppsala where the shade of the tree-lined avenue at the start was most welcome
Bergen kids
Running with the family at Løvstien parkrun in Bergen
And whilst we’re there, a sneaky look at the view from the start/finish area, which is rather good!
Hanging out after the finish at Brabrand parkrun this week
Dommesmoen guy
We love this shot of a runner at this week’s Dømmesmoen parkrun
The wonderful start photo at Dømmesmoen parkrun
Sharing the love at Esbjerg parkrun
A bit wetter but just as much fun at Festningen parkrun on Saturday
Haga 1
At the halfway point at Haga parkrun
This week’s start-line photo at Tokoinranta parkrun in Helsinki
Kungsangen start
Chariots on display at Kungsängen parkrun this Saturday

Dela med vänner:

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’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 –…