- Race area opens 09:00
- Race meeting 10:00
- Lunch opens 11:00
- Start Sprint 11:00
- Start Generation 11:05
- Race meeting Full Distance12:00
- Ceremony Sprint 12:45
- Ceremony Generation 12:45
- Lunch closes 13:00
- Ropetime/Cut-off Sprint 13:30
- Ropetime/Cut-off Generation 13:30
- Start Full Distance 14:00
- First finishers Full Distance 16:30
- Dinner opens 16:30
- Ceremony Full Distance 18:00
- Final hour start 18:30
- Ropetime/Cut-off Ugglebo 18:30
- Arena Closes 20:00
Please note that the Race meeting (12:00) is mandatory. During the meeting we will present the track (some parts more thorough) and safety regulations. This is for your safety and to let you optimize your race.
A race for everyone
Stockholm SwimRun is an event which takes participants through forests, lakes and the sea around Norra Djurgården, Haga, Ulriksdal and Bergshamra in the centre of Stockholm.
It puts teams to the test with a full distance of 23 km trail run and a 4 km open water swim, or a sprint distance of 6 km trail run and 1 km open water swim.
Competing in and training for SwimRun events is growing in popularity every year for both professional and amateur athletes alike who are discovering the pleasure and challenge of combining running and swimming.
The competition offers both elite and recreational athletes from all countries around Europe and the globe, the opportunity to test themselves in the midst of one of the world's most beautiful capital cities. The event takes place on Saturday, June 9th 2018 and starts near Stockholm University.
The course is very diverse with 10 sections of swimming covering 4 100 meters in open water and 11 sections of running across trails, dirt roads, the waterfront, over islands and rocky outcrops, totaling 23 000 meters.
The course is very diverse with 3 sections of swimming covering 800 meters in open water and 4 sections of running across trails, dirt roads, the waterfront, over islands and rocky outcrops, totaling 5 900 meters.