Adak, once a well-known mining village situated in the municipality of Malå in southern Lapland, Sweden.
The race course
Circular course of 100 kilometres. About 50% of the course on gravelled road, 50% on asphalt surface. The race course has been measured according to IAAC rules. Official timekeeping.
Friday, June 27, 2014, at 6 p.m. and 10 p.m.
Walkers and joggers start at 6 o´clock p.m. Those who think they will be able to finish the race within 14 hours start at 10 p.m.
We (the organizers) wish that those who think they will be able to finish the race within 14 hours joint the group starting at 10 p.m. The starting time of 6 p.m. was introduced for the benefit of those who wish to walk the 100 km course. The race will also become more interesting for the spectator if the participants aren’t spread out over long distances towards the end of the race.
Maximum time/time limit
- Runner 16 hours
- Walkers 20 hours
- Slagnäs 63,9 km, 8,00 a.m
- Aspnäs 81,1 km, 11,00 a.m
Entry fee: 350 SEK 31/12-13. 1/1-14 550 SEK
Every 5-7 kilometres of the race.
At the first two stations only water and sports drink are served. At all stations from 13,5 km there will also be blueberyy drink, bananas, oranges, chocolate, bread, broth, coffee and tea.
For further information
Leif Bergström +46 (0) 703 173 333
Jan-Anders Perdahl +46 (0)702 037 029