News - 4th August 2022

Welcome to the Nordic photo roundup from 30 July


Welcome to the last Nordic parkrun photo round-up for July, a month which has seen over 5000 people attending our events across the region. Here’s some shots of the action:


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First of all, parkrunning is a family affair at Esbjerg parkrun


Also at Esbjerg, thanks to this week’s Tail Walker Jimmy

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Congratulations to Freida, celebrating her 25th milestone at Malmö Ribersborg parkrun, together with her daughter and grand-daughters

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The volunteer team looking after this week’s Haga parkrun

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And also at Haga, watching the parkrunners stretch into the distance from the start


It feels this good to be parkrunning at Nansenparken parkrun in Oslo!


Welcome from everyone at Örebro parkrun this week


More of our fantastic volunteer teams, first at Pokkinen parkrun in Oulu…

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…and at Puloarmaari parkrun in Espoo

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And a lovely photo capturing the super-friendly atmosphere at Puolarmaari parkrun


Enjoying post-parkrun refreshments after this week’s Skatås parkrun

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Milestone t-shirts on display at Uppsala parkrun this week


And jumping for joy, crossing over the bridge, also at Uppsala parkrun

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A new volunteer has been recruited at Vääksyn kanava parkrun!


But the human volunteers were a little bit better at the high fives!


And finally, last but not least, the parkrunners who took part in Vejen parkrun this week

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Welcome to the Nordic photo roundup from 6 August

A warm welcome to another week of summer Nordic parkruns. We enjoyed blue skies and great conditions for much of the region although some our Finnish friends were not quite so lucky. Welcome to over 100 people parkrunning for the first time on Saturday! Here’s the best of the action:     Crossing the finish…


Seeing more disabled people at parkrun

Wheelchair user Jono Whitehead was recommended parkrun by a good friend and frame runner. Initially hesitant, he arrived to find the tail walker that day was his former maths teacher so felt instantly at ease!   Here he tells us why he wants to see more disabled people at parkrun.   I’m disabled and I…