We are excited to announce that we will be a part of the first Skyrunner Norway Series in 2020! The following races will be part of the series:
– Tromsø Skyrace – Tromsdalstind Skyrace and Bønntuva Skyrace (U-20) (Tromso Skyrace)
– Bergen Skyrace (Bergen Skyrace (Canceled)
– Sans Senja Skyrace (Sans Senja)
– Stranda Fjord Trail Race
– Hornindal Rundt (Hornindal Rundt – Norway’s toughest mountain race)
– Kårvatn Skyrace
Homepage with more information is coming soon!
2020 Tromsø Skyrace registration will open on February 1st, at 12:00 CET. (midday)
Although we really love our «I RUN MOUNTAINS» t-shirts designed by Kilian, we are now ready to try something new – and we would love your help! Send us your drawings or designs for next year’s Tromsø Skyrace t-shirt, and you can win a free spot in the race of your choice at Tromsø Skyrace 2020!
Images posted on Instagram should be tagged with «@tromso.skyrace» and #tshirt2020.
Images can also be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for sending in drawings and designs is December 17th. We will publish our favorites on Facebook and Instagram and decide on a winner in early January. The winner will be determined based on feedback from our followers and the race organizers’ discretion.
Tromsø Skyrace 2019 – finally beautiful sunny weather from start to finish!
Results can be found here: https://live.eqtiming.com/46574#result:172779-0-1068357-1-3-
British, but Norwegian-based, Jonathon Albon confirmed his position as the king of Tromsø Skyrace by winning for the fourth time. He has still not been beaten on this course!
Photo: Skyrunning / Albert Jorquera
Swedish Johanna Åström conquered the women’s field with an impressive new course record. Training at home in Romsdal together with Emelie Forsberg must have helped prepare her well for Tromsø Skyrace!
Photo: Sebastian Mamaj
Congratulations to the 721 finishers of the 3 different races!
Race briefing for 2019: TSR Briefing 2019
Live timing: https://live.eqtiming.com/46574#contestants:0-0-1-
Sea to Summit Blåmann Vertical
Swedish Johanna Åstrøm conquered the women’s field in the vertical kilometer, beating Emelie Forsberg’s earlier course record. She was followed on the podium by American Hillary Allen, who has returned to Tromsø (as strong as ever!) after her tragic accident here in 2017. Oihana Azkorbebeitia placed 3rd.
In the men’s race, it was a French sweep with Damien Hubert winning ahead of Yoann Calliot and Benoît Gandolfi.
Full results can be found here: https://live.eqtiming.com/46575
There is no water on the course, so you will have to bring any water you need. There will be no water at the summit/finish. We will have water jugs by the start so you can refill bottles – but no cups, so bring your own cup or bottle!
Awards ceremony will take place at The Edge at 9 PM. There will be a raffle with prizes from Sea To Summit Gear for those who are present.
Due to an increase in total participants in both Tromsdalstind Skyrace and Bønntuva Race, we have decided to separate the start times.
Bønntuva Race will start at 11.15 AM on Saturday, August 3rd.
There will be a 3 hour maximum time to the summit. Racers who do not reach the summit in 3 hours will be turned around by the summit crew on their way down.
There are still spots available for Bønntuva and Tromsdalstind! Come join the fun!
The 2019 calendar for the Vertical Kilometer World Circuit has been announced!
Sea To Summit Blåmann Vertical will be one of the 8 races in this year’s series.
The race will be held on Thursday, August 1st at 6 PM.
More information about the series can be found here: Vertical Kilometer World Circuit website
Tromsø Skyrace is happy to announce that we again will be a part of the Migu Run Skyrunner® World Series in 2019. 15 races in 11 countries will culminate in a single ranking to determine the best skyrunner in the world.
More information about the series can be found HERE
Jonathon Albon, winner of Hamperokken Skyrace 2018 Photo: Kilian Jornet
Hillary Gerardi, winner of Hamperokken Skyrace 2018 Photo: David Gonthier