The first parkrun weekend in September, and appropriately there was a little bit of an autumnal feel in the air this Saturday. Here’s lots of great photos from right around the region:
This week at Huddinge parkrun, smiles out on the course and Run Director Colm has his hands full
This week’s volunteer team at Tampere parkrun
Some of the core team from Tokoinranta parkrun were on tour this week at Vääksy kanava parkrun
It’s all about the coffee…..at the post-parkrun café at Vääksyn kanava parkrun
No rain in Bergen – no wonder the volunteer team is happy!
Great weather means fantastic views also at Løvstien parkrun in Bergen
There’s been some big attendances at Stavanger parkrun recently……so the finish funnel has been upgraded!
The rain came instead to Tøyen parkrun where it was a wet one, but spirits were still high!
Saturday at Festningen parkrun including the new snazzy volunteer roster!
The lakeside start at Växjösjön parkrun
All is not quite as it seems…….head over heels at Fælledparken parkrun
And the right way up – showing off the selfie frames at Esbjerg parkrun
Jumping for joy at Örebro parkrun
First-timers and PBs in force, also at Örebro parkrun
Let it rain! – this week’s volunteer team at Örebro parkrun
The amazing volunteer team at this week’s Dømmesmoen parkrun
And a big thumbs up, also from Dømmesmoen parkrun
Scenes from the finish of this week’s Vallaskogen parkrun
On the start line at this week’s Uppsala parkrun
We also had a Swedish parkrun record set on Saturday when Andreas McConville ran 15.18 at this week’s Uppsala parkrun. Despite the Scottish sounding name Andreas is a local Swede and not a parkrun tourist flying in to take the record!
Approaching the finish at Haga parkrun
The 10,000th runner to cross the line at Haga parkrun was presented with a traditional Swedish kranskulla!
Välkommen till Badhusparken parkrun i Östersund i norra Sverige. Detta är nästan världens nordligaste parkrun, bara Festningen parkrun i Trondheim ligger (snäppet) längre norrut. Banan går mitt i stan, med start och mål i Badhusparken som har ett fint läge längs med Storsjöns strand. Efter en kort “dit och tillbaka”-del öster…
Welcome to Badhusparken parkrun in Östersund in the north of Sweden. It’s very close to being the most northerly parkrun in the world, but Festningen parkrun in Trondheim retains that honour (just!). It’s another parkrun located right in the heart of the town, with the start and finish in Badhusparken, which occupies a…