Welcome to Stockholm Ultra Marathon 2015
On Saturday 8 August, the third edition of Stockholm Ultra Marathon will take place. The first two races in 2013 and 2014 were praised by the participants. Now we are working hard to make Stockholm Ultra Marathon 2015 even better.
The event has three distances, 50km, 75km and 100km. The course runs through the Royal Park of Djurgården in central Stockholm.
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Comments from the runners
We received lots of comments after the 2014 race, both by email and on Facebook. We thought you’d like to read a few of them. Not that we want to brag but we are just happy and proud of our race and our fantastic officials who are deserve so much praise.
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The scenic Stockholm Ultra Marathon course
The Stockholm Ultra Marathon offers a scenic course along the island of Djurgården, situated in the center of the Swedish capital. The 7.9 kilometers lap ihas a difference of 13 meters between the highest and lowest point.
Roughly half of the course (54%) is run on asphalt, the remaining 46 percent on a gravel road. Large segments of the course follows the waters of Stockholm.
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• Video – a lap of the course >>
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Swedish championship 2015
For the Swedish runners the Stockholm Ultra Marathon is extra important 2015 as the competition is Swedish championship in 100 km.
Watch the video from the 2014 race
Our photographer Micke Sjöblom almost ran a marathon when he was filming all the fantastic runners in Stockholm Ultra Marathon. Watch the video that starts at 7 am and ends late in the evening. Enjoy.
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See 91 photos from the race
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We run in the Royal National City Park
Only a stone’s throw from the city centre of Stockholm you can experience a unique historic landscape interwoven with parkland, beautiful buildings, forests and open land. The Stockholm Ultra Marathon is run in this park.
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Stockholm – the Capital of Scandinavia
Stockholm is bursting with life and bustling with activity all year round, offering visitors a rich variety of events and activities, culture, shopping, restaurants and great nightlife.
When in Stockholm, try to visit the archipelago – one of the world's most spectacular. While the Stockholm Archipelago may seem practically infinite, it actually consists of 24,000 islands, islets and rocks.
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See video, Stockholm aerial wiew >>