Saturday August 24th, 2019
The square at Idre Fjäll.
Free parkering at Idre Fjäll, follow signs and directions from the organisers.
Mass start for all classes at the arena at the square, Idre Fjäll.
10.00 Start 45K
10.30 Start 12K
11.00 Start 28K
At the arena, the square at Idre Fjäll. First runner is expected to the finish at 11.20.
At the race office, you pick up your number bib. The office is located by the reception at Idre Fjäll.
You receive your number bib with timing chip at the race office. The number bib shall be attached clearly visible on your chest or leg. Bring you own safety pins – recycling is a good thing! The mandatory map (28K and 45K) is printed on the back of the number bib.
Runners in the 28K and 45K classes have to bring the following during the entire race:
- windbreaker jacket
- extra underwear shirt
- container for liquid, min 0,5 litre
- hat and gloves
- first aid kit (like this)
- compass (and no, the mobile is not enough)
- number bib with timing chip
- mobile phone with emergency number (the number is on the number bib)
For the 12K class, the only mandatory equipment is the number bib with timing chip.
Free shower at Idre Fjäll after the race.
Toilets at the arena and at Energy Station Nipfjället.
At the arena, you can leave extra clothes during the race. However, the storage is at your risk and the organisers can not take responsibility for lost items or valuables.
Up to 60 minutes before start, a late entry can be made – if there is still place in your class! The entry is made online: http://idrefjallmaraton.com/entry You can then pick up your number bib at the race office.
CHANGE OF NAME OR DISTANCE
You can make changes of name or class yourself in the EQ Timing registration system. Please note: Changes have to be made no later than August 21, 2019. The name change costs SEK 100. When changing distance, you pay any difference in entry fees that applies at the current date. No money will be refunded when changing to a shorter distance.
The courses are marked with tape and signs in the terrain. The paths on the mountain are sometimes stony and boards are placed over some wet parts, these might be slippery if it's raining. Be careful!
FOLLOW YOUR ANIMAL
Each distance is symbolized by an animal, present in the local fauna. 45K – the Reindeer, 28K – the Bear and 12K – the Wolf. The kilometer signs are marked with your animal. Where the courses are splitting up, there are signs with your animal and distance to make sure you run the right way.
Already early in the race, it's important to get energy and water. At our energy stations, you find the energy you need to keep running over the mountain. On all stations you find sports drinks and water. Bananas, buns, pickles and coffee are other good stuff to keep you going. Feel free to fill up your backpack so that you'll make it to the next station. Also in the finish you will find drinks and things to eat.
THE BONUS: Last year, Ola at Svens Foskdals fäbod took his own – and much appreciated – initiative and created an extra drinking station for the 45K runners. Ola will be there to support you also this year. After 21,8 km, you meet him at the beautiful cottage.
For you own safety, you have to pass each energy station before a certain time. After passing the last station, Chocken, in the right time, you are free to continue towards the finish – it won't close until everybody is back home again!
|45 k Bovtse Baalka||Distance||Last Passage|
|28 k Duvrie Baalka||Distance||Last Passage|
|12 k Vaejsjie Baalka||Distance||Last Passage|
...along the course is totally forbidden and leads to immediate disqualification. There are trash bags at the energy stations. Remember to dispose of the trash correctly – the mugs are recycleable as paper packages and shall be thrown in the bags marked ”Muggar”.
IF YOU'VE HAD ENOUGH
In case you have to give up the race, please inform the personnel at the Race Office. This is important, if we don't know that you are in the sauna with a beer, we might start searching for you on the mountain.
FIRST AID/MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
All energy stations are equipped with first aid kits. You find a doctor and medical assistance at the arena at Idre Fjäll. On your number bib, you find an emergency phone number to use if you need help. In case of a true emergency – always call 112 directly.
PRIZE GIVING CEREMONY
Everyone that completes the race gets the 2XU Idre Fjällmaraton medal at the finish. Special prizes to the Top 5 runners in each class. AND a lot of really nice prizes are raffled! The total value of the prizes are SEK 100 000. The prize giving ceremony is held at 18.00 at the arena during the Hour of the Invincible, when we also are welcoming the last heroes of the day to the finish.
On Saturday afternoon, we enjoy an After Run with music and food. Come join us at the arena, discuss your race with fellow runners, and cheer on all the runners coming in to the finish.
THE HOUR OF THE INVINCIBLE
Everyone who runs 2XU Idre Fjällmaraton is a winner! We celebrate all of us during the Hour of the Invincible, at 18–19 when the last runners are coming to the finish. All runners, spectators and organisers are there to acknowledge the heroes who have been out there for a while, and those who were the fastest over the mountain. Come and create the best party!
Live resultats on the webpage www.idrefjallmaraton.se
Questions? You reach us at email@example.com
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GET OUT THERE AND FIND YOUR FEELING OF BEING INVINCIBLE.
BEST OF LUCK!