SKI CLASSICS GRAND FINALE JANTELOPPET - FINISHING OF THE SEASON XV 2023/2024
On Saturday, April 13, the Ski Classics Grand Finale, Janteloppet, will take place in Norway as the 15th and final event of Season XV, where all the Pro Team athletes and their Pro Teams will celebrate the end of the season.
Janteloppet, a Ski Classics Challengers event last season, is a unique skiing race in Hafjell. The original 20km event conceived by the renowned traditional cross-country skier and Pro Team athlete Petter Northug Jr., Team Northug Crucible, brings together the World's top skiers, young talents, enthusiasts, and recreational skiers, delivering fun, memorable moments, and competitive spirit in equal proportions.
Now, in a significant development, Janteloppet expands its horizons by joining the prestigious Ski Classics Pro Tour calendar for the much-anticipated Ski Classics Grand Finale of Season XV. The event is a unique 100-kilometer long-distance lapping challenge that promises to deliver a riveting spectacle.
The Ski Classics Grand Finale Janteloppet, 100km race, is open to Pro Tour athletes and a limited number of recreational skiers. To get the ticket to be able to apply to the 100km race, a skier needs to:
a. For Pro Tour events: One race on winner’s time plus 50% (in each gender).
b. For Challengers events: Two events on winner’s time plus 50% (in each gender).
Ski Classics has introduced a ‘Grand Finale 100k qualification pin’ on the Ski Classics My Pages. Skiers will receive this pin once the qualification criteria are fulfilled. More details and information will be revealed closer to the event.