The previous VasaStafetten’s entry registration record of 514 team (from 2013), was far surpassed this year. To date 544 teams have registered. UltraVasan 90 has 1000 registered runners and UltraVasan 45 has to date 565 entry registrations.
Track runners via GPS
For the first time in the VasaloppsArena’s history, some runners can be tracked by a GPS tracking system. This is similar to the system used in orienteering competitions. There are 15 men and 5 women in UltraVasan 90, along with 10 men and 5 women in UltraVasan 45 that will be equipped with a GPS sending device. The same applies to 10 men’s teams, 5 ladies’ teams and 5 mixed teams in VasaStafetten. The End patrol will also be equipped with a GPS. Below are links to follow the event by GPS tracking.
UltraVasan 90 Mens
UltraVasan 90 Ladies
UltraVasan 45 Mens
UltraVasan 45 Ladies
Watch the races on sight
The start time for UltraVasan 90 is as early as 5:00am in Sälen. Vasastafetten’s start time is 8:00am in Sälen, while UltraVasan 45 starts at 8:00am in Oxberg. Below are estimated passing times at the control stations and finish times for both the lead and the last runners.
Vasalopps start Sälen 5:00am, Smågan 5:41–6:40am, Mångsbodarna 6:45–9:00am, Risberg 7:35–10:50am, Evertsberg 8:36am-1:00pm, Oxberg 9:39am-3:20pm, Hökberg 10:18am-4:50pm, Eldris 11:01am-6:30pm, Finish 11:40am–8:00pm.
The estimated finish time for the winner in the men’s class in UltraVasan 90 is about 11:40am, the first ladies are estimated at approximately 1:00pm.
Start Oxberg 8:00am, Oxberg 9:09-10:33am, Hökberg 9:50am-11:54am, Eldris 10:27am-1:24pm, Finish 11:03am-2:45am.
The estimated finish time for the winner in the men’s class in UltraVasan 45 is approximately at 11:03am and for the women’s class it is about 11:45am.
VasaStafetten (Relay race exchanges):
Vasalopp start Sälen 8:00am, Smågan 8:29 - 9:15 am, Mångsbodarna 9:19 -10:45am, Risberg 9:56am- 12:00pm, Evertsberg 10:38am -1:30pm, Oxberg 11:28am- 2:45pm, Hökberg 11:59am-3:50pm, Läde 12:14pm- 4:20pm, Eldris 12:32pm-4.55pm, Finish 1:02-5:30 pm.
Estimated finish time for the winner in the men’s class in VasaStafetten is approximately 1:02pm, for the mixed class about 1:20pm, and for the ladies team about 2:30pm.
In regards to traffic, it is prohibited to stop along Vasaloppsvägen, which winds along stretches of the race. To minimize long lines of cars, please respect the no stopping rule, that means that if you park or stop your car, the entire car needs to be off the road completely. The same traffic rule applies to racers and their service vehicles. Make sure you allow yourself plenty of time and park fast and smoothly by adhering to the traffic signs, parking attendants and your fellow drivers.
Parking (see map above)
We provide public parking a small distance from the exchange points for the relay race.
4. Axi Kvarn
9. Mora Skidstadion
10. Mora Parkens konferenscenter
Are you planning on watching the finish in Mora? Park at Tingsnäs and walk to the finish line area.
Follow the races in radio, computer or by mobile phone
Throughout Saturday you can follow Vasaloppet’s big screen production via live streaming along with listening to the Vasalopp’s radio live. You can also track individual runners in UltraVasan and teams in VasaStafetten through our sms- and app tracker.
More information regarding SMS and APP:
Vasalopps radio airs a live broadcast Saturday August 23rd from 4:45 am.
Mora/Siljans area on 94,1 MHz, Oxberg/Älvdalen on 89,1MHz and Sälen on 107,5 MHz.
Webradio airs on www.vasaloppsradion.se and on your mobile.
Livestreaming Saturday August 23rd at 9:00am-9:00pm.
Vasaloppet’s big screen production from the finish line area is streamed live along with the speaker sound on vasaloppet.se – finishes, ceremonies, commercials, GPS, interviews and more will be aired.
Vasalopps – TV is a 10-15 minute show, produced Friday and Saturday and airs on
www.vasaloppet.se. The program, which
can be watched at any time, will include a summary from the day’s events.
Vasalopps–TV can also be viewed on YouTube:
Watch the trailer for UltraVasan!
resolution photos from Vasaloppet and CykelVasan are here:
Or find photos below in this e-mail: "Relaterat material. Bilder (Photos)."
Text and photos may be freely published.
For further information
Ola Granfeldt, PR Manager
Tel: +46 (0)250-392 77
Mobile: +46 (0)733-550 620
More about Vasaloppet?
Press room: mynewsdesk.com/se/pressroom/vasaloppet
Vasaloppet is the world’s biggest organiser of recreational races, all year round. Vasaloppets winter week with its cross country skiing and the summer week with mountainbike cycling and running attracted during 2013 a total of over 88,000 registered participants. Since the beginning in 1922 over one million participants have passed under the classic finish portal in Mora. Vasaloppet is a non-profit making organisation owned by IFK Mora and Sälens IF. An engine for public health and organisational activities, in the footsteps our forefathers for the victories of tomorrow!
Vasaloppet är världens största arrangör av motionslopp året runt och en del av En Svensk Klassiker. Vasaloppets vintervecka med längdskidåkning och sommarveckan med mountainbikecykling och löpning lockade under 2013 totalt över 88 000 anmälda deltagare. Sedan starten 1922 har över en miljon deltagare passerat målportalen i Mora. Vasaloppet är en ideell verksamhet som ägs av IFK Mora och Sälens IF. En motor för folkhälsa och föreningsliv, i fäders spår för framtids segrar!