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ProXCskiing.com Broadcasts Jubileumsvasan – Live Here!

Saturday, February 12, it’s time for Jubileumsvasan, a race in tribute to the pioneers who started and completed the first Vasaloppet in 1922. 

Photo: Vasaloppet

On Saturday, you can follow Jubileumsvasan broadcast here on ProXCskiing.com

From 6:55 CET you can follow Jubileumsvasan live here:

On February 10, 2022, 100 years ago, editor Anders Pers wrote an article titled “A national ski race” in Vestmanlands Läns Tidning. It was the start of Vasaloppet in Sweden.

The participants have been preparing for months with gear, clothing, and training. On Saturday, February 12, it is time for the race, which has the goal that everything, as far as possible, should reflect the Vasaloppet that the participants experienced during the early 1920s.

As early as 1922, when Ernst Alm won the first Vasaloppet, the competition attracted a large audience. Five thousand people paid tribute to the winner in Mora. 

“We want to recreate the audience party that was then, and therefore we now encourage everyone to come and watch and cheer on our participants, more than happy in contemporary clothes to help us recreate the feeling from 1922,” says Mats Rylander, Vasaloppet Project Manager.

Officials and Vasaloppet’s organization will be dressed according to 1922, and even the media are encouraged to dress in contemporary clothes.

Saturday morning starts at 07:04 CET, and you can watch Vasaloppet’s broadcast (with Swedish commentaries) for Jubileumsvasan here on ProXCskiing.com throughout the day, from 06:55 CET. 

You can also see the participants when they finish in Mora in the broadcast. The entire broadcast can also be seen afterward.

In the official Vasaloppet app, the participants’ times can be followed for free and on the Vasaloppet results page. 

Jubileumsvasan – Facts

  • Date: Saturday, February 12, 2022
  •  Distance: 90 kilometers
  • Start: 7:04 CET at a small field below Vasastenen
  • Finish: At the Gustav Vasa statue in Mora
  • Checkpoints: Mångsbodarna, Evertsberg and Oxberg
  • Type: Individual ski competition (a winner will be crowned, but the whole race is more of a celebration than a competition)
  • Timekeeping: Passing times at the three checkpoints and at the finish are clocked manually and are reported on vasaloppet.se and in the Vasaloppet app.
  • Equipment: The equipment must be contemporary as in 1922. 
  • Style: Classic technique as of 1922 (freestyle)
  •  Prizes: The winner will be crowned with a victory garland. There will be medals for all.
  •  Awards ceremony: Around 19:00 CET in the finish area in Mora.
  •  Number of participants: 139, as many as were registered for the first Vasaloppet in 1922

Read more about Jubileumsvasan and see a list of all participants here.

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