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BMW Oslo Marathon

Saturday September 18th, 2021
Oslo, Norway
Distance: Marathon · Half Marathon · Kids Race

In 1981 the Oslo Marathon was held for the first time. At this time marathon running had become a major sporting event across the world. and event holders reported large numbers of participants. Every large city also had its own marathon event (New York, London, Stockholm etc). It was therefore natural that Oslo should also have its own marathon event. Bislett Alliansen took initiative and the first Oslo Marathon was underway.

There are over 500 marathon events in the world over the course of a year. Why not run the marathon in beautiful Oslo? Here you will run two rounds of the city with the start and finish lines at Rådhusplassen. The run will take you around Skøyen, Frogner and Akershusstranda, Aker Brygge, Akershusgestning, Grønland and Karl Johan. You will have the opportunity to experience Oslo in a completely different way together with other running enthusiasts as well as thousands of people cheering you on.

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Race Date: 09/19/2020 Distance: Marathon
Division Time Name Age Home
Male 2:26:54 Thomas Asgautsen 29 NOR
2nd Male 2:28:15 Sebastian Conrad Håkansson 27 NOR
3rd Male 2:28:26 Magnus Warvik 30 NOR
4th Male 2:34:33 Morten Urdal Bakke 28 NOR
Female 2:54:12 Marfa Troeva 27 RUS
2nd Female 2:56:33 Gina Elisabeth Mathisen 29 NOR
3rd Female 2:59:35 Mari Gjølberg Ålerud 36 NOR
4th Female 3:04:33 Line Mari Langseth 28 NOR
Division Time Name Age Home
M 40-49 2:42:56 Knut Venseth 42 NOR
M 50-59 2:54:51 Harald Slettemark 51 NOR
M 60-69 2:57:50 Willy Hatlevoll 63 NOR
M 70+ 3:36:14 Ole Peter Bergaust 72 NOR
F 40-49 3:06:59 Anja Kristin Lindanger 43 NOR
F 50-59 3:10:16 Kristin Husby 54 NOR
F 60-69 3:35:10 Kristin Isachsen 62 NOR
F 70+ 5:54:02 Oline Lovise Yksnøy 71 NOR
BMW Oslo Marathon

The route then heads back. Runners go via the Opera house, Karl Johan gate, eventually on to the seaside of Radhusplassen (City Town Hall). From there, they run along the pavement/cycle path leading to Framnesgate, Drammensveien and on to Skoyen Train station and the footpath along the river Hoff.Returning along the cycle path the race leads under Bygdoy, along to Frognerkilen, past the Color Line ferries in Hjortnaeskaia eventually arriving at the seaside. Finally, passing opposite the DFDS Seaways terminal runners reach the entrance of Akershus Fortress and the finish line.

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