Totalling up new registrations across parkrun globally, shows that parkrun has attracted a further 4,041 registrations in the last week.
This takes the total number of global parkrun registrations up to 392,325 (from 388,284). That is a growth of 1% since last week. At this rate of growth parkrun should break-through the 400,000 registrations mark in 2 just weeks time.
As far as I am aware Sandgate parkrun (Brisbane, Australia) is the only new event starting this week.
With two weeks now under it's belt, Malahide parkrun continues to be top of the charts in the number of new registrations category, this week adding yet another 187 new registrants so far. That is now three weeks in a row that Malahide parkrun has added the most new registrations.
parkrun events showing notable growth in registrations this week are:
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Good to see a couple of the larger UK events high up the table this week after the southern hemisphere domination of this table recently.
Also of note this week:
Cannon Hill parkrun has broken through the 5000 registrations mark
Harrogate parkrun has broken through the 2000 registrations mark
Burnley parkrun has broken through the 1000 registrations mark
No great surprises in the "largest parkrun in the world" category this week, where it is still:
And at the other end of the spectrum, but just as worthy of a mention we have:
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Torrens parkrun will be the next new parkrun event joining the family. It will be located in Adelaide (Australia) and will be starting next weekend (1st December). parkrun is really growing quickly in Australia at the moment.