Our 2nd birthday party!

It was a big celebration at Hagaparken this past Saturday where Haga parkrun celebrated two years of parkrun. The weather was fine, the turnout was a record, and the cakes were delicious!
At the run brief
Soon ready for the off
with the 2 balloon
Posing with the balloon!
Tail Walkers
The Tail Walking Team!
more runners
Out on the course
Smiles on display for the camera!

volunteers 2
The two Annas were on scanning duties today

Cake foot
Don't leave cake lying around unattended on the floor!
Thanks for all the many volunteers (nearly 200 different people have volunteered at least once in these two years) and participants (now over 2000 different people have run Haga parkrun) for making Haga parkrun such a friendly place and a great success!


Haga parkrun run report #95


On 18th August, 74 people ran, jogged and walked Haga parkrun #95, of whom 25 were first timers and 13 recorded new Personal Bests.

Haga parkrun started on 27th August 2016. Since then 2,014 participants have completed 5,769 parkruns covering a total distance of 28,845 km, including 1,001 new Personal Bests.

So Haga parkrun reached two noteworthy milestones this week, just in time for our 2nd birthday party next week:
• over 2000 different runners have now run Haga parkrun
• over 1000 PBs have now been run at Haga parkrun


Thank you all 10 volunteers who made Haga parkrun #95 possible:
Deri THOMAS • Claire WARD-PASSEY • Leo THOMAS • Anna IHME • Mija THOMAS • Tony BERGMAN • Jeanna FERGUSSON • Anna KLÖFVER • Jonathan BRYCE • Klara THOMAS



Haga run report #94

It was a fine late summer morning in Hagaparken, a little cooler than in recent weeks, meaning that conditions were pretty much perfect for parkrun. We had a good mix of first-timers, regulars, families and tourists, getting close to 100 runners, which we’d love to be reaching on a regular basis.
Thanks to all the volunteers who helped out this week – we were looking a little short of help earlier in the week, so thanks to those who stepped up and made the difference this time!
Missed from the pre-parkrun thank you was this week’s Tail Runner, Hugh Manning – so an extra big thanks to you Hugh!
Also we want to say a big congratulations to Mark Aldred on achieving his 100th parkrun on Saturday at Haga, well done Mark! Mark has been a regular at Haga since the beginning, and (we think) has run more Haga parkruns than anyone else. Looking forward to seeing that 100 shirt on you soon Mark.
It was great to see a whole bunch of families taking part this week – we think that parkrun is a wonderful activity to do together as a family, and we’re glad to see that more parents and children have been discovering us lately. Long may this continue.
We had some interesting visitors this week such as Nick Young, who is the Event Director at Roosevelt Island DC parkrun in the USA. This event is of a similar size to Haga, so it was nice to talk and compare routines and stories between the two events. We also welcomed Catherine Cutts and Jacob Smiles who are cycling from Latvia to Belgium, but wanted to come via Stockholm so that they could first take in a parkrun!
We hope you like the videos and photos from this week’s parkrun – you can find them all the photos here: all the photos here.
And all the results are of course here: www.parkrun.se/haga/results.


Haga run report, event #93

A warm but cloudy morning before the start of ParkRun and finally during the run RAIN came!

This week 77 people (including the Running Rhino) ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 27 were first timers and 13 recorded new Personal Bests.

First male to cross the finish line was Christoffer Ask and the first female Amanda Kleijn

Full results and a complete event history can be found on the Haga parkrun Results Page.

The event was made possible by 10 volunteers:

The female record is held by Yoie BOHLIN who recorded a time of 17:30 on 10th June 2017 (event number 38).
The male record is held by Jere PAJUNEN who recorded a time of 15:56 on 29th July 2017 (event number 45).
The Age Grade course record is held by Yoie BOHLIN who recorded 84.57% (17:30) on 10th June 2017 (event number 38).
Haga parkrun started on 27th August 2016. Since then 1,954 participants have completed 5,601 parkruns covering a total distance of 28,005 km, including 971 new Personal Bests.

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