|18.00||Ice skating under moonlight|
The final races and rounds will be published in race week on week 8 The event will be held on either a 4, 6 or 8 km track, depending on the weather.
|7.00||RACE: 200 km Ice skating M/W|
|8.00||RACE: 100 km Ice skating M/W|
RACE: 50 km Ice skating M/W
RACE: 50 km kicksled M/W
RACE: 25 km Ice skating M/W
12,5 km ice skating without sticks (recreational)
12,5 km and 2 km events for kids and youth
|11.00||50 and 25km Ice skating with sticks (recreational)|
RACE: 50 km Studd Bicycling M/W
25 and 12 km studded running
|12:00||RACE: 25 km Studd Bicycling M/W|
|12.00||Awards ceremony on ice in the vicinity of the Queen-R ship|
|17:00||Start line closes|
Awards ceremony on ice in close of the Queen-R ship starting 12.00
200 km ice skaters will be rewarded as soon as the top three are at the finish
The three fastest participants in each sport (men and women) will be awarded in the competition series
There will be no Skater’s Night awards ceremony this year. Prizes will be awarded outdoors in next of the Queen-R ship during the day of the event.
The competition series is open to anyone and does not require a license
There will be no Skater’s Night awards ceremony this year. Prizes will be awarded outdoors during the day of the event.
At 12.00 when the top three are in the finish line
- 100 km skating
- 50 km skating
- 50 km kick sled
At 13.30 when the top three is in the finish
- 50 km studded bike
- 25 km studded bike
At 3 p.m., or as soon as the top three are at the finish
- 200 km skating
No prize-giving, everyone gets a commemorative medal.
The organizer reserve rights to change schedule and race distances.