Tromsø SkyRace

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Tromsø SkyRace
DateAugust
Location Flag of Norway.svg Tromsø
Event type SkyRace
Distance57 km / 4,800 m D+
Established2014
Official site Tromsø SkyRace

The Tromsø SkyRace is an international skyrunning competition held for the first time in 2014. It runs every year in Tromsø (Norway) in August and consists of four races both valid for the Skyrunner World Series. [1]

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Races

Hamperokken Skyrace

  Race of Skyrunner World Series
YearMen's winnerTimeWomen's winnerTime
2014 (45 km) Flag of Norway.svg Eirik Dagssøn Haugsnes 6:38:30 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Hana Krajnikova 9:49:46
2015 (45 km) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Jonathan Albon 6:08:41 Flag of Sweden.svg Emelie Forsberg 7:09:54
2016 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Tom Owens 6:45:15 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Jasmin Paris 8:43:53
2017 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Jonathan Albon 7:01:01 Flag of Spain.svg Maite Maiora 8:21:21
2018 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Jonathan Albon 7:04:06 Flag of the United States.svg Hillary Gerardi 8:14:09
2019 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Jonathan Albon 6:54:30 Flag of Sweden.svg Johanna Åström 8:00:49

Tromsdalstind Skyrace

YearMen's winnerTimeWomen's winnerTime
2014 (25 km) Flag of the United States.svg Dakota Jones 2.25:19 Flag of Norway.svg Yngvild Kaspersen 2:28:46
2015 (20 km) Flag of Norway.svg Stian Hovind-Angermund 2.02.07 Flag of Norway.svg Yngvild Kaspersen 2:19.28
2016 Flag of Sweden.svg David Hoimberg 3:13:31 Flag of Norway.svg Arja Arnesen 3:22:05
2017 Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Hubert Fortin 3:08:26 Civil Ensign of Switzerland.svg Marianne Fatton 3:36:58
2018 Flag of Norway.svg Eirik Haugsnes2:58:01 Flag of Norway.svg Arja Arnesen3:26:17
2019 Flag of France.svg Damien Humbert2:58:03 Flag of Slovenia.svg Barbara Trunkelj3:29:14

Blåmann Vertical

  Race of Skyrunner World Series
  Race of Vertical Kilometer World Circuit
YearMen's winnerTimeWomen's winnerTime
2015 Flag of Norway.svg Stian Angermund-Vik 36:59 Flag of Sweden.svg Emelie Forsberg 45:58
2016 Flag of Norway.svg Stian Angermund-Vik 37:00 Flag of Sweden.svg Emelie Forsberg 44:49
2017 Flag of Norway.svg Stian Angermund-Vik 35:20 Flag of Norway.svg Eli Anne Dvergsdal 43:41
2018 Flag of Norway.svg Eirik Haugsnes39:45 Flag of Norway.svg Therese Sjursen48:03
2019 Flag of France.svg Damien Humbert38:10 Flag of Sweden.svg Johanna Åström43:28

Bønntuva Tour-Race

YearMen's winnerTimeWomen's winnerTime
2016 Flag of Norway.svg Cristoffer Henningsen 1:36:48 Flag of Norway.svg Karolin Sjöö 2:01:27
2017 Flag of Norway.svg Vegard Øie 1:24:57 Flag of Norway.svg Antigone Abazi Nyborg 1:49:43
2018 Flag of Norway.svg Vilabella Puig1:24:53 Flag of Spain.svg Alba Xandri Suets1:42:11
2019 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Basile Richard1:28:53 Flag of Sweden.svg Elin Siira1:52:57

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