Welcome to this week’s photocall from the Nordics, this week with 24 events across our four countries after Tøyen parkrun sadly has to cancel on Friday evening due to the snowy conditions. We saw Skatås parkrun celebrate their 100th run this week and for the 35th week running we had more than 1000 parkrunners and volunteers coming to our events. Take a look below:
The conventional and the not-so-conventional ways of making it around this week’s Esbjerg parkrun
This week’s thoroughly soaked volunteer team at Haga parkrun!
Likewise at Huddinge parkrun, but it didn’t stop the spirits of this hardy parkrunner!
Bright colours against at grey sky at Malmö Ribersborg parkrun
Coming over the line at Malmö Ribersborg parkrun
Talk about dedication – James Edgar travelled all the way by bus from Oslo when Tøyen parkrun was cancelled to run Örebro parkrun instead!
parkrun is for all ages – thumbs up to that!
Congratulations to Skatås parkrun, reaching their 100th run this week, and running the course in reverse to celebrate
This week’s cheery volunteer team at Tampere parkrun
Ready for the start at this week’s Tokoinranta parkrun in Helsinki
Congratulations to Leif Jendelöv who ran his 50th parkrun at this week’s Uppsala parkrun
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