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Midnight Sun Marathon

Saturday June 18th, 2022
Tromso, Norway
Distance: Marathon · Half Marathon · 10K

The Midnight Sun Marathon first started in 1989 and has runners from most of the world, attracted by its special feature of running in the midnight sun. The race starts and finishes at the city center. The runners are facing the Tromso Bridge after 2 km; an uphill from 6 to 43 meters over sea level. After running about 20 km the runners recross the bridge, and return through the city center.

The runners are facing the Tromso Bridge after 2 km; an uphill from 6 to 43 meters over sea level. After running about 20 km the runners recross the bridge, and return through the city center.

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Race Date: 06/19/2021 Distance: Marathon
Division Time Name Age Home
Male 2:24:35 Frew Zenebe Brkineh
2nd Male 2:26:49 Sebastian Conrad Håkansson
3rd Male 2:28:51 David Murphy
4th Male 2:40:30 Steffen Jevne
Female 3:03:06 Trude Helen Thomassen
2nd Female 3:05:29 Karen Marie Håkonsen
3rd Female 3:22:42 Gina Didriksen
4th Female 3:25:28 Gunhild Holen Eimhjellen
Division Time Name Age Home
M 40-49 2:52:02 Tomas Langgård
M 50-59 3:01:59 Steinar Westerberg
M 60-69 3:18:33 Pål Simonsen
M 70+ 4:44:28 John Nikolaus Nessa
F 40-49 3:03:06 Trude Helen Thomassen
F 50-59 3:30:19 Mona Brundtland
F 60-69 4:21:56 Siri Isaksen
F 70+ 3:54:35 Vera Nystad
Midnight Sun Marathon

The race starts and finishes in the city centre. The runners are facing the Tromsø Bridge after 2 km; an uphill from 6 to 43 meters above sea level. After running about 20 km the runners recross the bridge, and return through the city centre. The rest of the course is mainly flat and quite easy to run. The course has been measured and controlled by the Association of International Marathons and Distance Races (AIMS).

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