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Tjejmilen 2014, 05, startlinje.JPG
The 2014 starting lineup
Location Stockholm, Sweden
Event type Cross-country running
Distance1 Scandinavian mile
Established 1984

Tjejmilen is a girls-women only, cross-country running event in Stockholm, Sweden. Hosted by Hässelby SK and Spårvägen FK, it is run across a 10 kilometers long course on Djurgården.


Being annual, the first event was held on 19 August 1984. It often gathers thousands of participants. [1]


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