Nordic 10.000 m Challenge 2016
29. marts 2016 · DAF events
The Danish Athletic Federation and Blovstrød Løverne welcome the Nordic Athletic Federations to Denmark
As the hosts of this year's Nordic 10.000 m Challenge, the Danish Athletic Federation and Blovstrød Løverne wwelcome the Nordic and Baltic athletic federations to this year's edition of the Nordic 10.000 m Challenge.
The event will double as the danish national championships (seniors and masters). Thus several heats will be run. Other distances will be included in the overall programme as well.
Only participants officially entered by their national federation will be able to compete in the official competition.
All official competitors will run in the championship heat.
The competition will be open to other international runners as well. These will run in heat according to their personal and/or seasonal best. Furthermore acceptance of entry is subject to apporval by local organizer (contact information below).
May 14th 2016
12.00: Women's Nordic Championships
12.50: Men's Nordic Championships
Please submit preliminary entries with expected numbers of participants in each competition as well as number of team officials no later than March 14th. Entries are to be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please include expected travel plan with preliminary entries.
Please submit final entries with names, year of birth and best performances (SB 2015/2016 and PB) plus names of team officials no later than May 4th to email@example.com.
The official team hotel is:
Hotel Comwell Holte
Single room: 1.400 DKK / person
Double room: 1.000 DKK / person
May 13th: Dinner
May 14th: Breakfast, lunch, dinner
Official airport is Kastrup Airport, Copenhagen (CPH).
Local transport will be provided for championship runners in accordance with the rules established by the Nordic Congress.
This includes transport from:
Technical meeting is scheduled for Friday May 13th, 20.00 at the team hotel.
All runners will need to participate in national team attire.
Top 3 athletes in the men's resp. women's race will be awarded with Nordic medals. Ceremonies are expected to happen shortly after each race.
LOC: Per le Fevre Hansen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Federation: Dorte Ramlow (email@example.com)
2015: Camilla Richardsson (FIN) - 33:53.88
2014: Frida Lundén SWE - 34:11.21
2013: Simone Glad DEN - 33:58.76
2012: Louise Wiker SWE - 34:28.50
2011: Elina Lindgren FIN - 35:06.64
2010: Christina Bus Holth NOR - 34:51.03
2009: Karin Sennvall (SWE) - 34:34.82
2008: Kirsten melkevik Otterbu (NOR) - 32:31.45
2007: Anneli Fransson (FIN) - 34:50.91
2006: Annemari Sandell-Hyvärinen (FIN) - 33:53.66
2005: Annemette L. Jensen (DEN) - 34:20.28
2004: Annemette L. Jensen (DEN) - 33:36.44
2003: Dorte Vibjerg (DEN) - 32:43.19
2002: Dorte Vibjerg (DEN) - 33:30.81
2001: Bente Landøy (NOR) - 33:58.89
2000: Gunhild Halle Haugen (NOR) - 32:24.06 (CR)
1999: Hilde Hovdenak (NOR) - 33:20.08
1998: Hilde Hovdenak (NOR) - 33:11.36
1997: Ann Bettner (SWE) - 34:07.71
2015: Abdi Ulad Hakin (DEN) - 28:58.99
2014: Marius Vedvik NOR - 29:12.84
2013: Ørjan Grønnevig NOR - 29:57.84
2012: Asbjørn Ellefsen NOR - 29:47.03
2011: Jarkko Hamberg FIN - 30:35.90
2010: Sindre Buraas NOR - 29:36.63
2009: Oskar Käck (SWE) - 29:06.22
2008: Matti Räsänen (FIN) - 29:43.63
2007: Jussi Utriainen (FIN) - 29:54.16
2006: Rachid benjira (SWE) - 30:04.25
2005: Simo Wannas (FIN) - 29:16.89
2004: Steen Walter (DEN) - 29:35.33
2003: Claus Bugge Hansen (DEN) - 29:16.63
2002: Erik Sjöqvist (SWE) - 28:55.24
2001: Joakim Johansson (SWE) - 29:23.81
2000: Erik Sjöqvist (SWE) - 29:13.16
1999: Alfred Shemweta (SWE) - 28:49.60 (CR)
1998: Dennis Jensen (DEN) - 29:02.87
1997: Pasi Mattila (FIN) - 28:57.95