Nyheter - 8th August 2019

parkrun postcards!

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We asked for your parkrun holiday ‘postcards’ from around the world – here’s a selection of photos from Nordic parkrunners on their travels to parkruns right around the globe. Remember your parkrun barcode works at nearly 2000 events in 21 countries, so make sure you pack it the next time you are on holiday!
Arne Jakobson Malaysia
Arne Jakobsen from Fælledparken recently pictured at parkrun Malaysia
Emelie Eastbourne
Emelie Carlsson from Skatås parkrun sending greetings from Eastbourne parkrun in the UK
Frederic Back Montreal 2
Frederic Back Montreal
Orleans parkrun
Rikke and Gert Nissen from Fælledparken made the trip to Canada for their ‘extra’ parkrun on Canada day, visting Frédéric-Back and Orleans parkruns during their trip
Gorild Malmö
Görild Fyksen – home run Huddinge parkrun – and her daughter on tour with parkrun – this time in the same country, here at Malmö Ribersborg parkrun
Johan Nyholm
Johan Nyholm from Malmö Ribersborg parkrun on tour
Kingsbury Water
Lots of apricot t-shirts on display when parkrun Nordics manager Deri Thomas visited Kingsbury Water parkrun in the UK
Natasha Wynand Italy
Haga parkrun regulars Natasha Maraschin and Wynand Boshoff visited Italy
Nicole Kwok Bryanston SA
Nicole Kwok from Örebro parkrun at Bryanston parkrun in South Africa

Per Paris
Per Jonsson from Vallaskogen parkrun here visiting parkrun de Montsouris in Paris
Susanna Inverness
Susanna from Örebro parkrun on a visit to Inverness, Scotland
Viveka Pålhed, also from Örebro, here on tour in Aberdeen, also in Scotland

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…