What a day it was! As you will see from the photos below, we didn’t have the weather on our side everywhere, but that didn’t stop people coming out and joining parkrun. Have a look at a selection of images from right across the region:
A new attendance record for Amager Strandpark, where we were just able to finish the run before the Ironman Copenhagen was held
Stepping forward for the first time as Run Director, Anders Staffe at Amager Fælled parkrun
Tough conditions for the runners at a rainy Dømmesmoen parkrun
More rain, this time at Esbjerg parkrun
We don’t mind a little queue at parkrun, time to catch up with the other runners!
129 runners at Haga parkrun this week, and some impressive ‘air’ on display
Another RD debut, this time for Hannu at Vääksyn kanava parkrun
This young runner looking proud after completing parkrun with the day’s top age-grade score!
A bunch of photos from Huddinge parkrun’s 2 year anniversary, celebrated with a blast on the bugle!
Not uncommon weather for Bergen, but the rain couldn’t dampen the spirits of the 42 people who took part in Løvstien parkrun #42, a new record!
Top turnout of the day goes this week to Örebro parkrun with a whopping 130 participants
Smiles at this week’s Nordre Fælled parkrun in Randers
A lovely picture of this week’s volunteer team at Tampere parkrun
This week’s start-line picture from Tokoinranta parkrun in Helsinki
A great turnout in Uppsala, supervised by this week’s Run Director Mattias
75 at Vallaskogen parkrun in Linköping, a new record again
This week we also welcomed a new event, Växjösjön parkrun in Växjö, which had a great turnout with 56 people taking part in their inaugural run
Wet, wet, wet at Vejen parkrun!
Förra veckan meddelade vi att vi hade slutfört vårt COVID-19-ramverk, vår plan för hur vi kan starta upp parkrun på sikt. Där beskriver vi hur event kommer att fungera i länder där smittorisken fortfarande kvarstår. Du kan läsa mer om vår ”återkomst till parkrun” här. Här är denna veckas uppdatering från Tom Williams,…
On Friday last week we published our provisional COVID-19 Framework, describing how parkrun events are likely to return where there remains an underlying level of the virus. We intentionally published the Framework in advance of it being appropriate to open any of the 21 parkrun countries that remain closed, to enable us to progress…