The Ski Classics Challengers event Alutaguse Marathon takes place this Saturday, February 10, in Vasavere, Estonia. Get to know more about the event.
Alutaguse Marathon is a 43km long-distance ski race in classic technique and Estonia’s first Ski Classics Challengers event.
The event has over 20 years of experience and is one of the most significant cross-country skiing events in the Baltics. Every year, approximately 800 skiers from around the World come to the beautiful surroundings of the Alutaguse National Park in Vasavere, Estonia, to take part in the Alutaguse Marathon.
Alutaguse Marathon is a two-day event, and in addition to the 43km main race, a Ski Classics Challengers event, there is also a 10 and 21km night ski event in freestyle technique on the first day (Friday night), a kids race (500m and 2km), and a 21km classic technique race on the second day (Saturday).
According to the Local Organizing Committee, the tracks are in good condition:
“The conditions of the marathon tracks are very good today (February 2), and the track’s base is pretty solid! There is plenty of snow, and it doesn’t seem to disappear anywhere. It will get cold soon, and we can expect snowfall.”
Alutaguse Marathon – Ski Classics Challengers Events
- Date: February 10, 2024
- Place: Vasavere
- Country: Estonia
- Race distance: 43km
- Technique: Classic
- Website: Alutaguse Marathon
- Register: Alutaguse Marathon
- Live Center: Alutaguse Marathon
- Facebook: Alutaguse Marathon
- Instagram: Alutaguse Marathon
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As the Alutaguse Marathon 43km race is a Ski Classics Challengers event, Pro Team registered athletes can collect points for the Ski Classics Champion and Youth competitions in their respective genders.
Everyone participating in Ski Classics, Pro Tour or Challengers events, and professional and recreational skiers can connect their profile to the results database of Ski Classics called MyPages.
MyPages can be connected when subscribing to Ski Classics online community proxcskiing.com. In the profile, you can view your Ski Classics event results, collect pins, print diplomas, and analyze your results with friends in the SC ranking system. In your profile, you collect points according to your performance and are rewarded with pins and diplomas.
One of the central features of MyPages is that you get your global SC ranking. The SC Ranking is a live updated international ranking, unique in combining women and men, professional and recreational skiers in one single list.
As a member of ProXCskiing.com, you get full access to all content on the site, including logging in to SC MyPages, where you can check your SC Ranking. Also, live streaming of Ski Classics events with English commentaries is available.
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Photos: Tarmo Haud/Alutaguse Marathon