News - 16th November 2021

Photo round-up from around the Nordics, 13th November 2021

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Welcome to this week’s Nordics photo round-up from last Saturday. With the mild weather continuing, it’s still clear on the ground across the region, and plenty of parkrunners joining us at our events each week. Here’s how it looked this time around:

First up, Nordic walkers making their way along the canal at Vääksyn kanava parkrun in Finland
A proud young volunteer, celebrating his birthday at Esbjerg parkrun
Arriving at the finish at a very leafy Festningen parkrun in Trondheim
parkrunners on tour at Haga parkrun
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Denmark’s answer to Hollywood – you will always be reminded where you are at Nibe parkrun
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New course records and a young parkrunner in tow at Nordre Fælled parkrun
Great training for the local football team at Örebro parkrun
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A collection of Event Directors from Amager Fælled parkrun, with over 850 volunteering instances between them
The proud recent recipient of a milestone t-shirt at Brabrand parkrun in Aarhus
Over at Tokoinranta parkrun in Helsinki, where local parkrunners have been delighted at the return of their event and have returned in large numbers
Timekeeper at the ready to catch the speedy first finisher at Uppsala parkrun
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A couple of great portraits taken from Dømmesmoen parkrun in Grimstad, Norway
Saturday’s gathering at the world’s most northerly parkrun, Pokkinen parkrun in Oulu, Finland
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This week’s collection of parkrunners at Puolarmaari parkrun in Espoo
And also at Puolarmaari parkrun, a beautiful morning out on the course
And finally, the start line photo from this week’s Skatås parkrun in Göteborg

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