Winner of the 200 km race was Jarkko Koponen from Finland

25.2.2017

© Wille Markkanen
© Wille Markkanen
© Taustamarkkinat
© Taustamarkkinat
The winner Jarkko Koponen and his mother.
The winner Jarkko Koponen and his mother.

Finland Ice Marathon’s longest race is 200km. The race started on Saturday morning at 7am in a beautiful sunny weather. The competition was held on a 12,5 km track.

Finnish Jarkko Koponen won the 200 kilometer race after skating 7:24:50 hours in ar row. Last year's winner Jan Aalbers from Netherlands lost to Koponen only with one second! Koponen made today skating history for being the first Finnish who won the 200 kilometer race in Finland Ice Marathon!

TOP 3

200km men
Jarkko Koponen, KuLS (7:24:50)
Jan Aalbers, Stokvisdennen (7:24:51)
Yoeri Takken, Goed Schellingwoude (7:25:54)

100 km men
Kuido Koppel, AT SPORT ESTONIA (3:36:14)
Pekka Moilanen, KuLS (3:37:41)
Timo Seppänen, HLK (3:44:48)

100 km women
Kirsi Korpijärvi, KENSU (3:45:51)
Eve Lahti, Palokan Urheilijat (4:00:03)
Maria Miettinen, KuLS (4:09:57) & Alisa Vainio KuLS (4:09:57)

The TOP 3 winners of Finnis championships:

200 km men SM
Jarkko Koponen, KuLS (7:24:50)
Antero Kotijärvi, KuLS (7:29:58)
Ossi Sippu, Leppävirran urheilijat (7:37:01)


100 km men 50 SM
Pekka Moilanen, KuLS (3:37:41)
Timo Seppänen, HLK (3:44:48)
Heikki Puurtinen, Savonlinnan Jyry (3:44:52)

100 km men 60 SM
Aimo Väisänen, KENSU (3:57:13)
Juha Sameri, Helsingin Työväen Luistelijat (4:00:04)
Matti Norja, Kuopion Luisteluseura (4:14:48)

100 km women SM
Kirsi Korpijärvi, KENSU (3:45:51)
Alisa Vainio, KuLS (4:09:56)
Maria Miettinen, KuLS (4:09:57) & Alisa Vainio KuLS (4:09:57)

You can see all the results from all the series from here.