Nyheter - 28th April 2021

From small beginnings

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When Paul Sinton-Hewitt organized the first parkun meeting at Bushy Park in London in 2004, he never thought that his simple idea would turn into an initiative found in over 2,000 locations, in 22 countries around the world and with over 7 million participants. As he admitted in a recent interview with the British paper The Mail, he had no major plans for his run in the park, which 13 people attended in the first week.

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