Nyheter - 8th August 2019

Nordic photo round-up from August 3rd

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22 events took place this week (Tøyen and Tokoinranta parkruns had other events on their courses) and there was no shortage of parkrunners across our remaining events, with an event average of 50 parkrunners across the region.
Check out the action from right across the Nordics!

Nina 50
Nina Haikonen celebrated her 50th run at Tampere parkrun, and brought along a huge below of strawberries for everyone to share! Congratulations Nina!
Festningen vol
Festningen put in a strong contender this week for the happiest parkrunner ever!
Uppsala selfie
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The new Uppsala parkrun selfie-frame was put to good use on Saturday
A big turnout too this week at the beautiful riverside run at Uppsala
Looking strong at Esbjerg parkrun
The biggest turnout of the weekend was at Faelledparken with 108 participants
Örebro parkrun with its traditional pre-run wave
Dømmesmoen parkrun are now able to use the neighbouring café for coffee and cake after the run and it’s proving to be popular
More and more people from Linköping are discovering Vallaskogen parkrun
Festningen hat
In the post-run café at Festningen parkrun – watch out for the lights!
Stavanger 61
It was a record turnout with 61 people taking part in this week’s Stavanger parkrun
Packed out in the café after this week’s Vääksyn kanava parkrun
A bumper turnout of 38 people taking part in Huddinge parkrun this week
And from Denmark, here is this week’s start picture from Vejen parkrun
Haga 99
99 participants at this week’s Haga parkrun
Tampere lift off
And finally, we have lift-off at this week’s Tampere parkrun!

Dela med vänner:

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parkrun – run, jog or walk – it doesn’t matter!

The first time I tested parkrun I came there all by myself. I knew no one and I am not even from Örebro but immediately I felt welcome and as “part of the gang”. Next time I brought my dad and my little sister and they got as good an impression as I did! Everyone…

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parkrun – run, jog or walk – det spelar ingen roll!

Första gången jag testade parkrun kom jag dit helt själv. Jag kände ingen och är inte ens från Örebro men jag kände mig direkt välkommen och som “en i gänget”. Nästa gång tog jag med mig min pappa och min lillasyster och de fick ett lika gott intryck som jag! Alla man pratar med är…